Ken Haase, David Tamés
The Problem with Search Technology: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For As the volume of material online increases, it becomes more difficult and time consuming for people to find what they are looking for . Finding the right document depends on how well query terms match keywords or other document descriptors. In the case of text documents, descriptors can be generated from an automatic analysis of the documents' content and structure . But what happens when the "document" is not text but video, sounds, photos, or other images? These media types do not lend themselves to automated…
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