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  1-10 of 113 Reviews about "Query Formulation (H.3.3...)": Date Reviewed
  Web log analysis: a review of a decade of studies about information acquisition, inspection and interpretation of user interaction
Agosti M., Crivellari F., Di Nunzio G.  Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery 24(3): 663-696, 2020. Type: Article

We are all aware that computer systems log user activity. Exactly what, if anything, is done with these logs is less clear. In this paper, Agosti et al. review log analysis research over the past ten years to trace the state of the art in analyzin...

Jan 11 2022
  Semantic-aware top-k spatial keyword queries
Qian Z., Xu J., Zheng K., Zhao P., Zhou X.  World Wide Web 21(3): 573-594, 2018. Type: Article

The authors present their enhancements to spatial keyword queries by using probabilistic topic modeling to incorporate semantic information. The topic model is based on latent Dirichlet allocation (LDA), which performs a statistical analysis to de...

Aug 29 2018
  Beyond jQuery
Nicholus R.,  Apress, New York, NY, 2016. 217 pp. Type: Book (978-1-484222-34-8)

Beyond jQuery was a unique book to review. I enjoyed almost every page, yet disagree with the book’s apparent purpose, as presented in the first few chapters. But just as I was prepared to write a scathingly ambivalent review, the aut...

Sep 28 2017
  Exemplar queries: a new way of searching
Mottin D., Lissandrini M., Velegrakis Y., Palpanas T.  The VLDB Journal: The International Journal on Very Large Data Bases 25(6): 741-765, 2016. Type: Article

Technological facilities for storing tremendous amounts of information pose challenging problems with respect to their effective utilization. Vast amounts of data need to be searched for matching patterns, or for some collections of keywords (trad...

Jan 26 2017
  Murach’s jQuery (2nd ed.)
Ruvalcaba Z., Boehm A.,  Mike Murach & Associates, Inc., Fresno, CA, 2015. 596 pp. Type: Book (978-1-890774-91-2)

A problem with creating, editing, and maintaining webpages is that the complexity of such pages is continually increasing, and basic knowledge of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), cascading style sheets (CSS), and JavaScript alone is insufficient ...

Jun 22 2016
  Efficient and effective community search
Barbieri N., Bonchi F., Galimberti E., Gullo F.  Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery 29(5): 1406-1433, 2015. Type: Article

The problem discussed in this paper is in fact linked to social media and network research. Social media, as it is well known, offers opportunities for commerce and other business activities. The paper refers to examples in advertising, viral mark...

Jan 20 2016
  A term-based methodology for query reformulation understanding
Sloan M., Yang H., Wang J.  Information Retrieval 18(2): 145-165, 2015. Type: Article

When conducting a search, a user typically reformulates the query after observing the results to maximize the likelihood of satisfying her information needs. An interesting research question is how to model the query term evolution and measure its...

Jun 29 2015
  Wikipedia-based query phrase expansion in patent class search
Al-Shboul B., Myaeng S.  Information Retrieval 17(5-6): 430-451, 2014. Type: Article

Patent search is a tricky business. If an invention is truly new, then the vocabulary used in its patent application is probably also still emerging. The terms used in the patent may be very different than common terms used to describe the inventi...

Dec 22 2014
  Advanced query processing: volume 1: issues and trends
Catania B., Jain L.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2012. 368 pp. Type: Book (978-3-642283-22-2)

Users of computing systems working in multiple academic disciplines need to contend with large databases and data streams originating from various sources. This book brings together research in the area of advanced query processing, and hence will...

Apr 16 2013
  Classifying Web search queries to identify high revenue generating customers
Ortiz-Cordova A., Jansen B.  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63(7): 1426-1441, 2012. Type: Article, Reviews: (2 of 2)

The subject of this paper is an experiment that analyzed user behavior in terms of practical consequences. The researchers wanted to make a connection between the intent of a user query and the user’s subsequent actions on the resulting Web ...

Oct 12 2012
 
 
 
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