Approximately optimal facet selection

@inproceedings{Liberman2012ApproximatelyOF,
  title={Approximately optimal facet selection},
  author={Sonya Liberman and Ronny Lempel},
  booktitle={SAC},
  year={2012}
}
Multifaceted search is a popular interaction paradigm that allows users to analyze and navigate through multidimensional data. A crucial aspect of faceted search applications is selecting the list of facets to display to the user following each query. We call this the facet selection problem. When refining a query by drilling down into a facet, documents that are associated with that facet are promoted in the rankings, as better-ranking documents not associated with the facet are filtered out… CONTINUE READING

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