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Your description is a little confusing. So I'll state general information about facetted search. Almost everybody know how to use it. Amazon have it since a long time and most people 'at least' browse Amazon. It is used to narrow search results, or browse inside categories. Mostly because people hate paging and less options is actually better than 1000s of ...
Google incorporates all of the following criteria (among others) into their autocomplete functionality: Searches you've done in the past Google+ Profiles Searches done by other users on the web (and popularity of those searches) Spell Checking Suggestions Locale https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/106230
I can't be completely sure of that, but on Google, the autocompletion must be a mix of the relevance (personalized results) and of the popularity, of course I think that the more they know you, the more It will be based on relevance. I think that it might be about the same thing on the other search engines. And I haven't any documentation, all that I tell ...
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