|Investigating the demand side of semantic search through query log analysis|
|Author(s)||Meij E., Mika P., Zaragoza H.|
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|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Demand-side, Qualitative evaluations, Query log analysis, Semantic search, Structured data, Web searches, Web users, Wikipedia, Websites, Query processing)|
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In this paper, we propose a method to create aggregated representations of the information needs of Web users when searching for particular types of objects. We suggest this method as a way to investigate the gap between what Web search users are expecting to find and the kind of information that is provided by Semantic Web datasets formatted according to a particular ontology. We evaluate our method qualitatively by measuring its power as a query completion mechanism. Last, we perform a qualitative evaluation comparing the information Web users search for with the information available in Dbpedia, the structured data representation of Wikipedia.
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