Mining clickthrough data for collaborative web search

@inproceedings{Sun2006MiningCD,
  title={Mining clickthrough data for collaborative web search},
  author={Jian-Tao Sun and Xuanhui Wang and Dou Shen and Hua-Jun Zeng and Zheng Chen},
  booktitle={WWW '06},
  year={2006}
}
This paper is to investigate the group behavior patterns of search activities based on Web search history data, i.e., clickthrough data, to boost search performance. We propose a Collaborative Web Search (CWS) framework based on the probabilistic modeling of the co-occurrence relationship among the heterogeneous web objects: users, queries, and Web pages. The CWS framework consists of two steps: (1) a cube-clustering approach is put forward to estimate the semantic cluster structures of the Web… Expand
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