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A Little Help can Be A Bad Thing: Anchoring and Adjustment in Adaptive Query Reuse

Gove Allen, Jeffrey Parsons
2006 International Conference on Information Systems  
We found that reuse can lead to poorer quality query results and greater overconfidence in the correctness of results.  ...  The anchoring and adjustment heuristic has been shown to be a pervasive technique that people use in judgment, decision-making, and problem-solving tasks to reduce cognitive burden.  ...  and the adaptive reuse of queries that require only surface-structure modification.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/AllenP06 fatcat:nx3nv5ow6vffdbiegrslowbgwy

Trust-based recommendation systems in Internet of Things: a systematic literature review

Venus Mohammadi, Amir Masoud Rahmani, Aso Mohammed Darwesh, Amir Sahafi
2019 Human-Centric Computing and Information Sciences  
Abstract Internet of Things (IoT) creates a world where smart objects and services interacting autonomously.  ...  Moreover, the advantages, disadvantages and open issues of each approach are introduced that can expand more frontier in obtaining accurate IoT recommendation in the future. which permits unrestricted  ...  of each user or system and can not be generalized in a different thing.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13673-019-0183-8 fatcat:ckozm3ixungbvpc37agoxc5arm

An Overview of Social Tagging and Applications [chapter]

Manish Gupta, Rui Li, Zhijun Yin, Jiawei Han
2011 Social Network Data Analytics  
Metadata generated in the form of tags can be efficiently used to improve web search, for web object classification, for generating ontologies, for enhanced browsing etc.  ...  We would discuss these applications and conclude with thoughts on future work in the area.  ...  Semantics of tags can be measured and enhanced similarity measure between queries and tags can be formulated. Wu et al.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-8462-3_16 fatcat:czs2um2xvrd6vnfpefzae2ftwq

San Francisco performance: A case study in performance for large-scale Java applications

R. Christ, S. L. Halter, K. Lynne, S. Meizer, S. J. Munroe, M. Pasch
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
deployed in the marketplace-from February 1997 until late 1999.  ...  This is a study of the performance progress of the SanFrancisco™ project from the time the decision was made to base it on the Java™ language up to the time SanFrancisco applications were successfully  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Alan Stephens and Robert Berry for their helpful comments in reviewing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.391.0004 fatcat:alc7eowv6nadhiluabz6nt47qe

Building CMS-based Web applications using a model-driven approach

Feliu Trias
2012 2012 Sixth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)  
A model-driven approach for building distributed ontology-based web applications.  ...  Eindhoven: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. A model-driven approach for building distributed ontology-based web applications / by Richard Vdovják.  ...  In [5] it was shown how relational equivalence laws can be reused (redefined) in an object oriented context.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rcis.2012.6240465 dblp:conf/rcis/Trias12 fatcat:bhbsaprjfbgcvpffjr6ooeljge

The Grand Challenge of Traceability (v1.0) [chapter]

Orlena Gotel, Jane Cleland-Huang, Jane Huffman Hayes, Andrea Zisman, Alexander Egyed, Paul Grünbacher, Alex Dekhtyar, Giuliano Antoniol, Jonathan Maletic
2011 Software and Systems Traceability  
This technical report offers a vision for traceability in software and systems engineering and outlines eight challenges that need to be addressed in order to achieve it.  ...  contributions and a means to track progress in the field.  ...  in the Summer of 2006, and in Lexington, Kentucky in the Spring of 2007).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-2239-5_16 fatcat:xhydezdwx5gffl57w77dolexju

Intelligent Personal Health Record: Experience and Open Issues

Gang Luo, Chunqiang Tang, Selena B. Thomas
2011 Journal of medical systems  
We outline some preliminary solutions, whereas a main purpose of this paper is to stimulate future research work in the area of consumer health informatics.  ...  By introducing and extending expert system technology and Web search technology into the PHR domain, iPHR can automatically provide users with personalized healthcare information to facilitate their daily  ...  It is possible that the above-mentioned method can be adapted to address the problem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10916-011-9674-5 pmid:21399913 fatcat:ff4p64olwja5ffnzopmzt4a3v4

The Role of Pragmatics in the Web of Data [chapter]

Pompeu Casanovas, Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel, Jorge González-Conejero
2016 Pragmatics and Law  
In the cloud, regulatory systems become more complex, in order to be simpler.  ...  The second part of the Chapter shows that the nature of law is experiencing a deep transformation in the cloud.  ...  We thank Pablo Noriega and Marta Poblet for previous reading and useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-44601-1_12 fatcat:nbcliy2lp5bstilzlhoe5bz5ba

Incorporating cognitive/learning styles in a general-purpose adaptive hypermedia system

Natalia Stash
2007 ACM SIGWEB Newsletter  
A set of "standard" strategies which can be reused by all authors is available and will be extended.  ...  The adaptation strategies build the actual adaptation maps and can be reused in different contexts and for different combinations of domain and lesson maps.  ...  Typically AHS are developed for a specific application area and cannot be reused in another context.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1324960.1324963 fatcat:55xgs76jqfgp7eidvacnm2f4zq

Shadow Theory, data model design for data integration [article]

Jason T. Liu
2012 arXiv   pre-print
What we can observe are just shadows, and meanings of shadows are mental entities that only exist in viewers' cognitive structures.  ...  For data integration in information ecosystems, semantic heterogeneity is a known difficulty. In this paper, we propose Shadow Theory as the philosophical foundation to address this issue.  ...  This is also difficult for us to model since we are trying to integrate data due to the same thing semantically, and truth values assigned to sentences offer little help as they can not explain the rich  ... 
arXiv:1209.2647v1 fatcat:beq2zbnx5fcatdtz6d7xww3yiq

Taking stock of Behavioural OR: A review of behavioural studies with an intervention focus

L. Alberto Franco, Raimo P. Hämäläinen, Etiënne A.J.A. Rouwette, Ilkka Leppänen
2020 European Journal of Operational Research  
The term 'intervention' is used here to refer to a designed problem-solving system in which individuals or groups engage with OR methods, processes and tools in order to complete a set task or address  ...  We surveyed the relevant OR literature covering a 30-year period, and develop a typology to organise our corpus of reviewed studies.  ...  to Gilberto Montibeller and David Lane for their time and helpful comments during the 2nd Behavioural OR Summer School held in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2020.11.031 fatcat:d222v3qvdbfjviymnnfqel5mwe

Patterns and Tools for Improving Framework Understanding: A Collaborative Approach

Nuno Flores, Ademar Aguiar
2009 2009 Fourth International Conference on Software Engineering Advances  
In this dissertation, the author pursues solutions to tackle these issues concerning framework understanding, aiming to answer how can framework understanding be improved and how can learners help each  ...  Frameworks proved to be a powerful technique for large-scale reuse, but developers have to invest considerable effort to understand them.  ...  The user can then preview and walkthrough a specific queried learning path to find out if it's really helpful.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsea.2009.82 dblp:conf/icsea/FloresA09 fatcat:v4me5rzpnbhongcjdz3aheudfu

The Effects of Interactive Latency on Exploratory Visual Analysis

Zhicheng Liu, Jeffrey Heer
2014 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
Moreover, we note interaction effects in which initial exposure to higher latencies leads to subsequently reduced performance in a low-latency setting.  ...  Overall, increased latency causes users to shift exploration strategy, in turn affecting performance. We discuss how these results can inform the design of interactive analysis tools.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Stu Card for the insightful discussion on time scales in human cognition and Andreas Paepcke for his help in participant recruitment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2014.2346452 pmid:26356926 fatcat:p5jjumj3zndh3mptrclpmm2xbu

Open Praxis, volume 6 issue 1

Inés Gil-Jaurena (ed.), Various Authors
2014 Open Praxis  
The authors wish to thank the following individuals for their support and guidance throughout the dynamic metrics and analytics project: Pieter Kleymeer, Kevin Coffman, Bob Riddle, Susan Topol, Stephanie  ...  Dascola, Margaret Ann Murphy, Trisha Paul, Emily Puckett Rodgers, Pierre Clement, and Michael Hess.  ...  The use of open licenses can help users to discover materials that they know can use, reuse, adapt and redistribute.  ... 
doi:10.5944/openpraxis.6.1.112 fatcat:cmclv2a5qzacpaomgmpbpt3ew4

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Fused Twins: A Review of Access to Digital Twins In Situ in Smart Cities

Jascha Grübel, Tyler Thrash, Leonel Aguilar, Michal Gath-Morad, Julia Chatain, Robert W. Sumner, Christoph Hölscher, Victor R. Schinazi
2022 Remote Sensing  
This fusion allows access to data in the location that it is generated in in an embodied context that can make the data more understandable.  ...  While current Smart Cities are often inaccessible, the experience of everyday citizens may be enhanced with a combination of the emerging technologies Digital Twins (DTs) and Situated Analytics.  ...  However, provided as a service, it may be possible to finance the required infrastructure in aggregate and reuse it across multiple DTs.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14133095 fatcat:c6m4h27h5beoddfov2l3q66fnm
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