Evaluating verbose query processing techniques

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Verbose or long queries are a small but significant part of the query stream in web search, and are common in other applications such as collaborative question answering (CQA). Current search engines perform well with keyword queries but are not, in general, effective for verbose queries. In this paper, we examine query processing techniques which can be… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1835449.1835499

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@inproceedings{Huston2010EvaluatingVQ, title={Evaluating verbose query processing techniques}, author={Samuel Huston and W. Bruce Croft}, booktitle={SIGIR}, year={2010} }