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In this paper, we test statistically the effect of content-based browsing in generic video retrieval. Using TRECVID 2004 and 2005 experiments, we demonstrate that content-based browsing improves retrieval over sequential queries and relevance feedback. Two user groups, novices and system developers have been used in the experiments on large and multilingual video collections. Novice users were found to achieve improvement in search effectiveness with cluster-temporal browsing by statisticallydoi:10.1145/1180639.1180676 dblp:conf/mm/RautiainenSO06 fatcat:5ic44iboivesde7i22njowgh6i