True Queries with a user location can have just one interpretation.Even in the case of unavailability of user location the assumption directly goes to dominant interpretation.For example: We have a restaurant named facebook in the city Los Angeles.
The query searched : location of facebook
If the user is from Los Angeles his result would be the location of the
facebook restaurant. But for other users it will display the website link
Queries with a user location can have just one interperation. The statement is perfectly True because, every query has a locale.
Some queries may also have information about where the user is located. The location of the user is always inside the locale and is usually a city.
Sometimes, it do happens that the user location changes the interpretation of the query.
Sometimes the user location can change our interpretation of the query or our understanding of user intent.
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