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|Title: ||A subjective measure of web search quality|
|Authors: ||Beg, M M Sufyan|
|Keywords: ||World Wide Web|
|Issue Date: ||2005 |
|Citation: ||Information Sciences, 169(3-4), 365-381|
|Abstract: ||In an Internet search, the user uses a query language to describe the nature of documents, and, in response, a search engine locates the documents that “best match” the description. A number of search engines are available to Internet users today and more are likely to appear in the future. These systems differ from one another in the indexing technique they use to construct the repository of documents and the search algorithm they employ to generate the response. As a result, the results for the same query from different search engines vary considerably. In this work, our aim is to outline a procedure for assessing the quality of search results obtained through several popular search engines. This procedure would enable us to compare the performance of the popular search engines like AltaVista, DirectHit, Excite, Google, HotBot, Lycos and Yahoo, etc.
We measure the “satisfaction” a user gets when presented with the search results. We watch the actions of the user on the search resu...|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical Engineering|
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