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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The tremendous growth in the number of files stored in filesystems makes it increasingly difficult to find desired files. Traditional keyword-based search engines are incapable of retrieving files that do not include keywords. To tackle this problem, we use file-access logs to derive intertask relationships for file search. Our observations are that 1) files related to the same task are frequently used together, and 2) a set of Rename, Move, and Copy (RMC) operations tends to initiate a newdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-23088-2_27 fatcat:44htp4g5vrfslp4ixqex54szlm