From Keyword Search to Exploration by Max L. Wilson, Bill Kules, m.c. schraefel

By Max L. Wilson, Bill Kules, m.c. schraefel

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Some work has focused on the users’ work context, for example. the TopicShop interface [8], has given control of 54 Survey of Search Systems Fig. 29 combinFormation automatically searches the Web for multimedia relating to a query term and displays them on a 2D plane. Users can drag and drop the items to make arrange their own subcollections. the 2D space to users as an open canvas, and they are able to search and organize resources for their work tasks. 3 3D Result Representations When presenting research into 3D visualizations, it is first important to consider research into the benefits and weakness of 3D over 2D.

The Polyarchy browser [141], for example, helps users explore by animating the transition to alternative dimensions as the users browse across different attributes in the data set. Consequently, the advance provided by animation is mainly in the Information-seeking level of search, and has been mostly evaluated in kind. 5 63 Semantic Zooming Semantic zooming is characterized by the progressive inclusion of additional information, as opposed to simply enlarging information. In the design of NaviQue [62], users can zoom into clusters and into information structures.

The contributions made in different 2D visualizations have largely supported users in IS level activities, allowing them to see and often manipulate clusters of documents by interacting with the two axes. In Hotmaps [77], for example, the 2D space allows users to choose alternative approaches to parsing the result lists, other than linearly processing every result. The matrix browser allows users to change the dimensions used for each axis, and alter their scale and granularity. These have been studied at the IR and IS levels, showing improved speed or accuracy.

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