Search result visualisation with xFIND

@article{Andrews2001SearchRV,
  title={Search result visualisation with xFIND},
  author={Keith Andrews and Christian G{\"u}tl and Josef Moser and Vedran Sabol and Wilfried Lackner},
  journal={Proceedings Second International Workshop on User Interfaces in Data Intensive Systems. UIDIS 2001},
  year={2001},
  pages={50-58}
}
The xFIND gatherer-broker architecture provides a wealth of metadata, which can be used to provide sophisticated search functionality. Local or remote documents are indexed and summaries and metadata are stored on an xFIND broker (server). An xFIND client can search a particular broker and access rich metadata for search result presentation, without having to fetch the original documents themselves. Search result sets are not only presented as a traditional ranked list, but also in an… CONTINUE READING

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