Document Thumbnail Visualization for Rapid Relevance Judgments: When do They Pay Off?

@inproceedings{Ogden1998DocumentTV,
  title={Document Thumbnail Visualization for Rapid Relevance Judgments: When do They Pay Off?},
  author={William C. Ogden and Mark W. Davis and Sean Rice},
  booktitle={TREC},
  year={1998}
}
In a recent experiment, Kaugars (1989) developed a document visualization system that displayed the results of a keyword text search as a set of small graphical representations (thumbnails) of the top 20 retrieved documents laid out in one window and a single document viewer in a second window (See Figure 1). Document thumbnails presented color-coded highlighting indicating positions and identities of search terms in the document, and the single document viewer showed a fish-eye view of the… CONTINUE READING

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