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Exploiting the Search Culture Modulated by the Documentation Retrieval Applications

Nikitas Karanikolas, Christos Skourlas


Users Interaction with various wellestablishedtools of documentation retrieval andthe influence from each tool to the other ones havecontributed in the creation of some search culturewhich is shared between the design assumptions(existing behind) of search interfaces and the userskills. The purpose of this work is to exploit thehidden design assumptions of the user interfaces inorder to define search scenarios that combine concrete features for specific retrieval. One suchinteresting application case is the definition ofscenarios for finding the citations that aresearcher has got, excluding self citations


Abstracting and indexing; Citation; Documentation retrieval; Search engines; Search culture

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