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MSRA SRC Toolbar.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/17/2005 06:23:00 PM.

MSRA SRC Toolbar is a tool for searching web with the Search Result Clustering (SRC) technique, which is developed at Web Search and Mining Group in MSR, Asia. It on-the-fly clusters a certain search engine's search results into different groups, and provide meaningful and readable names for these groups. SRC changes the traditional representation of search results into a non-linear way, so as to facilitate user's browsing.


Traditional clustering techniques don't work for this problem because the documents are short, the cluster names should be readable and the algorithm should be efficient for on-the-fly calculation. Our method take the whole problem in another way and overcome the difficulties in traditional clustering method. Basically, we try to first identify salient topics by identifying distinct and independent keyword, and then classify the search results into these topics.

Usage of MSRA SRC Toolbar

There are two modes of the toolbar. The toolbar require a network connection for both modes; and require a corp network connection for the first mode:

Clustering-mode:

When the “clustering” button on the toolbar is pushed in, the toolbar is working in the clustering-mode. In the clustering mode, each query is send to a back-end clustering server. On this server, we retrieve back the search results of a certain search engine, do the online clustering, and then show the re-formatted results. The search results are reformatted to 2 columns: the first column is the clusters generated by our method and the second column is the corresponding documents list to the current cluster. You can change the clusters to see the different document list.

Non-clustering-mode:

When the “clustering” button on the toolbar is NOT pushed in. In the non-clustering mode, the toolbar acts as a normal MSN search bar, which just send the query to the search engine directly and show the results.


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