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We study an interesting optimization problem in interactive feedback that aims at optimizing the tradeoff between presenting search results with the highest immediate utility to a user (but not necessarily most useful for collecting feedback information) and presenting search results with the best potential for collecting useful feedback information (but not necessarily the most useful documents from a user's perspective). Optimizing such an exploration-exploitation tradeoff is key to thedoi:10.1145/1871437.1871631 dblp:conf/cikm/KarimzadehganZ10 fatcat:et67cgnmfzfw3ccszpcepiy64u