Do you want to take notes?: identifying research missions in Yahoo! search pad

@inproceedings{Donato2010DoYW,
  title={Do you want to take notes?: identifying research missions in Yahoo! search pad},
  author={D. Donato and F. Bonchi and T. Chi and Y. Maarek},
  booktitle={WWW '10},
  year={2010}
}
Addressing user's information needs has been one of the main goals of Web search engines since their early days. In some cases, users cannot see their needs immediately answered by search results, simply because these needs are too complex and involve multiple aspects that are not covered by a single Web or search results page. This typically happens when users investigate a certain topic in domains such as education, travel or health, which often require collecting facts and information from… Expand
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