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Bill Slawski examines a patent application from Yahoo that explores how the search engine might find semantically related terms by looking at queries searched for by people in search sessions, and describes some of the processes behind how the search engine might determine that phrases may be related to each other. The patent also describes how a search engine might identify whether a query comes from a person, or from a program.
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