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The concept of an "information space" provides a powerful metaphor for guiding the design of interactive retrieval systems. We present a case study of related article search, a browsing tool designed to help users navigate the information space defined by results of the PubMed Ò search engine. This feature leverages content-similarity links that tie MED-LINE Ò citations together in a vast document network. We examine the effectiveness of related article search from two perspectives: adoi:10.1016/j.ipm.2008.04.002 fatcat:53x3fisvgrepnfmoyullm5bsnm