Adapting to the User's Internet Search Strategy

@inproceedings{Ruvini2003AdaptingTT,
  title={Adapting to the User's Internet Search Strategy},
  author={Jean-David Ruvini},
  booktitle={User Modeling},
  year={2003}
}
World Wide Web search engines typically return thousands of results to the users. To avoid users browsing through the whole list of results, search engines use ranking algorithms to order the list according to predefined criteria. In this paper, we present Toogle, a front-end to the Google search engine for both desktop browsers and mobile phones. For a given search query, Toogle first ranks results using Google’s algorithm and, as the user browses through the result list, uses machine learning… CONTINUE READING