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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
How well can the relevance of a page be predicted, purely based on snippets? This would be highly useful in a Federated Web Search setting where caching large amounts of result snippets is more feasible than caching entire pages. The experiments reported in this paper make use of result snippets and pages from a diverse set of actual Web search engines. A linear classifier is trained to predict the snippetbased user estimate of page relevance, but also, to predict the actual page relevance,doi:10.1007/978-3-642-36973-5_63 fatcat:gkdohdnxmndsdhgnxz7k7jvjou