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Using Novel IR Measures to Learn Optimal Cluster Structures for Web Information Retrieval

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The Internet is a vast resource of information. Unfortunately, finding and accessing this information is often a very cumbersome task even with existing information platforms. Searching on the WWW suffers from the fact that almost every word is ambiguous to a certain degree in the information-rich environment of the Internet. Clustering search results is a way to solve this problem. This paper demonstrates how to employ novel Information Retrieval measures to derive optimal parametrizations for a cluster algorithm.

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Web Intelligence, IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on

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2-5 Nov. 2007