Personalized Language Model for Query Auto-Completion

@article{Jaech2018PersonalizedLM,
  title={Personalized Language Model for Query Auto-Completion},
  author={Aaron Jaech and Mari Ostendorf},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1804.09661}
}
Query auto-completion is a search engine feature whereby the system suggests completed queries as the user types. Recently, the use of a recurrent neural network language model was suggested as a method of generating query completions. We show how an adaptable language model can be used to generate personalized completions and how the model can use online updating to make predictions for users not seen during training. The personalized predictions are significantly better than a baseline that… CONTINUE READING
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