Bridging the Gap: Using IR Models for Evaluating Exploratory Search Interfaces

  • Wilson M
  • Schraefel M
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Exploratory Search Interfaces are being designed to support increasingly high-level search activities, such as comparison and aggregation. This position paper suggests that the history of research into user search behaviour may provide grounds for developing a combined model approach that evaluates features designed to support such exploratory search activities.

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  • Comparison
  • Evaluation
  • Exploratory
  • Exploratory Search
  • HCI
  • Search
  • Searching
  • Theory

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  • Max L. Wilson

  • M. C. Schraefel

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