Case study: fishing for information on the Internet

@article{Mitchell1995CaseSF,
  title={Case study: fishing for information on the Internet},
  author={R. Mitchell and David S. Day and Lynette Hirschman},
  journal={Proceedings of Visualization 1995 Conference},
  year={1995},
  pages={105-111}
}
As the Internet continues to grow, the amount of accessible information becomes increasingly vast. Search tools exist that allow users to find relevant information. However, a search can often produce such a large amount of data that it becomes hard to ferret out the most appropriate and highest quality information. In addition, some search tools lose valuable information when displaying the results to the user. The paper describes a search visualization tool, called FISH, for viewing… CONTINUE READING