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We examine two basic sources for implicit relevance feedback on the segment level for search personalization: eye tracking and display time. A controlled study has been conducted where 32 participants had to view documents in front of an eye tracker, query a search engine, and give explicit relevance ratings for the results. We examined the performance of the basic implicit feedback methods with respect to improved ranking and compared their performance to a pseudo relevance feedback baselinedoi:10.1145/1571941.1571955 dblp:conf/sigir/BuscherED09 fatcat:huhd5sstyjenxnbfmtthgu24r4