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Space efficient caching of query results in search engines
Web search engines serve millions of query requests per day. Caching query results is one of the most crucial mechanisms to cope with such a demanding load. In this paper, we propose an efficient storage model to cache ...
Static query result caching revisited
Query result caching is an important mechanism for search engine efficiency. In this study, we first review several query features that are used to determine the contents of a static result cache. Next, we introduce a new ...
Timestamp-based result cache invalidation for web search engines
The result cache is a vital component for efficiency of large-scale web search engines, and maintaining the freshness of cached query results is the current research challenge. As a remedy to this problem, our work proposes ...
Adaptive time-to-live strategies for query result caching in web search engines
An important research problem that has recently started to receive attention is the freshness issue in search engine result caches. In the current techniques in literature, the cached search result pages are associated ...
A new approach to search result clustering and labeling
(Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2011)
Search engines present query results as a long ordered list of web snippets divided into several pages. Post-processing of retrieval results for easier access of desired information is an important research problem. In ...
Evolution of web search results within years
We provide a first large-scale analysis of the evolution of query results obtained from a real search engine at two distant points in time, namely, in 2007 and 2010, for a set of 630,000 real queries.