Visual comparison of search results: A censorship case study
AbstractUnderstanding the qualitative differences between the sets of results from different search engines can be a difficult task. How many links must you follow from each list before you can reach a conclusion? We describe a user interface that allows users to quickly identify the most significant differences in content between two lists of Web pages. We have implemented this interface in CenSEARCHip, a system for comparing the effects of censorship policies on search engines.
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Meiss, M., & Menczer, F. (2008). Visual comparison of search results: A censorship case study. First Monday, 13(7). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v13i7.2019
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