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Scaling up personalized query results for next generation of search engines


September 18, 2013

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North Carolina State University researchers have developed a way for search engines to provide users with more accurate, personalized search results. The challenge in the past has been how to scale this approach up so that it doesn't consume massive computer resources. Now, researchers have devised a technique for implementing personalized searches that is more than 100 times more efficient than previous approaches.Full Story

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