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Making Search More Relevant

Session coordinator: Martin Lhoták, Academy of Sciences Library, Czech Republic

Time and venue: May 26, 1:30 PM - 4:35 PM, Vencovsky Aula

Does Search 2.0 Reflect New Users' Needs or It´s Vice Versa?

David Chudán, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic
Vilém Sklenák, University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic
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The speed of web development is overwhelming. A new services with many topics rise every day. Most of them are not going to succeed, only those with the best idea, technical realization and not least with appropriate propagation can be a success. This paper is conceived as summary of the newest web 2.0 trends and on specific examples of successful, controversy or starting service (e.g. Foursquare, Google Wave) is going to present them. Special interest is focused on search engine trends – among others tweet searching or searching with using of actual geographic position.

Author's professional CV

PhD student at Department of information and knowledge engineering, UEP, Prague. He is also an external member of Department of informatics at The University of Finance and Administration, where he teaches applied informatics and databases. Within the scope of the study he is involved into the internal DIKE project – SEWEBAR (Semantic Web and Analytical Reports) and also into the international project, PetaMedia. His interest in web 2.0 is long-term; it was the theme of his thesis.

Organized by

  • Albertina icome Praha VŠE

Main sponsor

  • Springer

Media and technology partners

  • Český rozhlas - Leonardo
  • Ikaros
  • LibRa

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