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Im some recent experimental document retrieval systems, emphasis has been placed on the acquisition of a detailed model of the information need through interaction with the user. It has been argued that these "enhanced" queries, in combination with relevance feedback, will improve retrieval performance. In this paper, we describe a study with the aim of evaluating how easily enhanced queries can be acquired from users and how effectively this additional knowledge can be used in retrieval. Thedoi:10.1145/96749.98240 dblp:conf/sigir/CroftD90 fatcat:e7fqaiw2hney7lfng5f3gfuugq