An Anytime Computation Approach to Information Gathering

Shlomo Zilberstein

Information gathering systems are operating in an ever growing environment of information sources. One of the main challenges of information gathering research is to generate a high-quality response to the information needs of the user. To achieve this goal, systems will have to trade off computational resources for quality of results. This paper shows how a special type of anytime algorithms can be used efficiently to construct and monitor information gathering systems.


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