Web Document Clustering: A Feasibility Demonstration

  title={Web Document Clustering: A Feasibility Demonstration},
  author={Oren Zamir and Oren Etzioni},
Users of Web search engines are often forced to sift through the long ordered list of document “snippets” returned by the engines. The IR community has explored document clustering as an alternative method of organizing retrieval results, but clustering has yet to be deployed on the major search engines. The paper articulates the unique requirements of Web document clustering and reports on the first evaluation of clustering methods in this domain. A key requirement is that the methods create… CONTINUE READING
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