Location and Relevance

Patrick Ehlen, Remi Zajac, Kotcherlakota Bapa Rao


In traditional information retrieval, relevance is often judged by comparing the similarity of text in a query to the text of a document returned, reflecting a context-independent relevance relation. But mobile search calls for an expanded approach to assessing similarity and relevance — an approach that is highly attuned to the context-dependent factors that occur when people leave their desks and begin requesting information from different environments and perspectives.


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