04:Query & Results Management
Birger Hjørland “Classical Databases and Knowledge Organization:A Case for Boolean Retrieval and Human Decision-Making During Searches” Journal for the Association of Information Science and Technology 66(8):1559–1575, 2015
Alexander Chucklin, Anne Schuth, Ke Zhou, and Maarten de Rijke, “A Comparative Analysis of Interleaving Methods for Aggregated Search,” ACM Transactions on Information Systems 33:2 (2015).
Tuukka Ruotsalo, Giulio Jacucci, Petri Myllmaki, and Samuel Kaski, “Interactive Intent Modelling: Information Discovery Beyond Search,” Communications of the ACM 58:1 (January 2015): 86–92.
H.J. Grierson, J.R. Corney, G.D. Hatcher, “Using Visual Representations for the Searching and Browsing of Large, Complex, Multimedia Data Sets,” International Journal of Information Management 35 (2015): 244–252.
Peng Fe (Vincent) Li, Paul Thomas and David Hawking. Merging Algorithms for Enterprise Search ADCS ’13, December 05 – 06 2013, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Zhuowei Bao, Benny Kimelfeld, and Yunyao Li Automatic, “Suggestion of Query-Rewrite Rules for Enterprise Search,” SIGIR ’12 Proceedings of the 35th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, Portland, Oregon, 2012.
Sumit Bhatia, Debapriyo Majumdar, and Prasenjit Mitra, “Query Suggestions in the Absence of Query Logs,” SIGIR ’11 Proceedings of the 34th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, Beijing, China, 2011.
Karen Sparck Jones, “Statistics and Retrieval: Past and Future,” International Conference in Computing: Theory and Applications (Platinum Jubilee Conference of the Indian Statistical Institute), Kolkata, IEEE, 2007.
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- 00 – Chapter Resources
- 01: Searching, Finding, Deciding
- 02: Benefits and challenges
- 03: Search technology
- 04: Query and results management
- 05: The business of search
- 06: Open source search
- 07: SharePoint search
- 08: Search governance
- 09: Making a business case
- 10: Defining user requirements
- 11: Searching for people and expertise
- 12: Search user interface design
- 13: Specification and selection
- 14: Installation and implementation
- 15: Search evaluation
- 16: Website search
- 17: E-Discovery
- 18: Text and content analytics
- 19: The next five years