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Understanding the extent to which people's search behaviors differ in terms of the interaction flow and information targeted is important in designing interfaces to help World Wide Web users search more effectively. In this paper we describe a longitudinal log-based study that investigated variability in people' s interaction behavior when engaged in search-related activities on the Web. We analyze the search interactions of more than two thousand volunteer users over a five-month period, withdoi:10.1145/1242572.1242576 dblp:conf/www/WhiteD07 fatcat:xzcpqphsh5d4pfy5yxpajkcvom