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  • v. Present participle of rerank.
  • n. A second or subsequent ranking

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You always have to be ranking and reranking these sectors.

    Jim Cramer's Mad Money

  • The two did differ over stories about the Google Dance reranking every month - which concerned the bloggers more and the purchase of Pyra - which News sources analyzed for implications in a changed business model at Google HQ.

    Internet News: Blogging vs News: Microdocs, the

  • I agree about the need for technology, but not about reranking the teams at the ...

    Prefix

  • Microsoft looks at reranking search results based upon redundancy, annotations on web pages, and showing web ads based upon a person's television viewing habits.

    Search Engine Watch Blog

  • If you are interested in how Microsoft might be ranking, and reranking, pages based upon measurements of human behavior, you may want to dive into some of these papers.

    Search Engine Watch Blog

  • The strong showing from the two companies is joined by a Yahoo patent on pay-for-placement bidding, a Doubleclick patent on media ads, a patent application from Harris Corporation on reranking results based upon vocabulary words, patent applications from Yahoo and A9 adding functionality to handheld devices, Copernic trying to claim a process for real time indexing on desktops, and Telstra patenting a clustering and machine learning search system.

    Search Engine Watch Blog

  • Harris Corporation has patented a method of reranking search results by the occurence of relevant vocabulary words within the documents returned.

    Search Engine Watch Blog

  • The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. recently announced the results of the semi-annual reranking of the ABQI, which will become effective at the market open on Monday, December 21, 2009.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Once it receives those pictures in response to a query, a reranking of those images take place based upon shared features and similarities between the images.

    SEMClubHouse - Key Relevance Blog

  • 2 The blogosphere erupted in protest; gadget blog Gizmodo even wrote a new review of the iPhone, reranking it a "don't buy."

    How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong

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