How the  "High Confidence Search Results" webpart works?

Posted on 2009-12-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
Do anybody can tell me how the "High Confidence SearchResults" works that is in People Search. what is the difference between People Core Results webpart and the "High Confidence Results" webpart?
Question by:ravibabub
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    It's something you have to modify yourself as a "Farm Administrator"  Basically you have to define what you consider as properties in their profile to match.  So it could be the Job Title or Location or a variety of settings you choose:

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    its nice ..thanks

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