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    Optimal results presentation for dynamic search (position paper)

    Johnson, Frances C. (2006) Optimal results presentation for dynamic search (position paper). [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

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    Abstract

    Adaptive information retrieval may use feedback to capture the context of the user's task and aspects of relevance that are hard to express in a query. However many users may find it difficult to express even the topic of interest in an initial query. The cognitive view of search is of a dynamic, problem solving activity with the user modifying the information interest as new information is retrieved.

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