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Interactive experiments on video retrieval systems need to address the problem of internal validity, i.e. how much the test users' experience affects the retrieval effectiveness. This paper compares the semantic retrieval performance of novice users and expert system developers. The test system utilizes cluster-temporal browsing, which combines chronological video structure and computation of similarities into single interface. Interactive experiments with eight test users were carried out in adoi:10.1109/icme.2006.262515 dblp:conf/icmcs/RautiainenSO06 fatcat:lqgps7luszefzlmw4l62xqxmna