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Proceedings of the 9th workshop on Large-scale and distributed informational retrieval - LSDS-IR '11
Aggregating search results from a variety of distributed heterogeneous sources, i.e. so-called verticals, such as news, image, video and blog, into a single interface has become a popular paradigm in large-scale web search. As various distributed vertical search techniques (also as known as aggregated search) have been proposed, it is crucial that we need to be able to properly evaluate those systems on a large-scale standard test set. A test collection for aggregated search requires a numberdoi:10.1145/2064730.2064735 fatcat:4ldgfwsu3ravji74l4a4l26fsu