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“`Andreas, Rauber'? Conference pages are over there, German documents on the lower left...”: an “old-fashioned” approach to Web search results visualization

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Rauber, A. ; Dept. of Software Technol., Vienna Univ. of Technol., Austria ; Bina, H.

With the massive advance of electronic document repositories, usable interfaces to these repositories gain importance. While sophisticated information retrieval techniques provide acceptable result selection, interaction with a repository as such and with the documents retrieved leaves a lot to be desired, as users commonly are restricted to reading through one-dimensionally sorted lists of document descriptions. The authors present the combination of a topical organization of documents via the SOMLib system with the intuitive representation of document metadata provided by the libViewer visualization. It allows users to approach query results in a way comparable to how conventional libraries are being used. We demonstrate the benefits of this system by using it as a front-end to the AltaVista search engine

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Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2000. Proceedings. 11th International Workshop on

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