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Currently there are several interactive content-based video retrieval techniques and systems available. However, retrieval performance depends heavily on the means of interaction. We argue that effective CBVR requires efficient, specialized user interfaces. In this article we propose guidelines for such an interface, and we propose an effective CBVR engine: the ForkBrowser, which builds upon the principle of focus and context. This browser is evaluated using a combination of user simulation anddoi:10.1145/2379790.2379793 fatcat:rbeuvtv3d5ftlhsw3slbdr7js4