AbstractThis paper briefly discusses the history of the standard information retrieval evaluation criteria, measures and methods, and why they are unsuitable for the evaluation of interactive information retrieval. A new framework for evaluation of interactive information retrieval is proposed, based on the criterion of usefulness.
Subjectsinformation retrieval, evaluation, interactive information retrieval, usefulness, Information retrieval--Evaluation
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