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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Information retrieval systems are often evaluated through the use of effectiveness metrics. In the past, the metrics used have corresponded to fixed models of user behavior, presuming, for example, that the user will view a predetermined number of items in the search engine results page, or that they have a constant probability of advancing from one item in the result page to the next. Recently, a number of proposals for models of user behavior have emerged that are parameterized in terms ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-28940-3_26 fatcat:7qgypty2nne2lmtxihaaiq7jvm