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A Study of Users' Image Seeking Behaviour in FlickLing [chapter]

Evgenia Vassilakaki, Frances Johnson, Richard J. Hartley, David Randall
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science, f.johnson/r.j.hartley/ A b s tr a c t This study aims to explore users' image seeking behaviour when searching for a known, non-annotated image  ...  in Flickling provided by iCLEF2008 track.  ...  Conclusion This study aimed at investigating the users' image seeking behaviour when retrieving a known, non-annotated image in Flickling.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04447-2_32 fatcat:dktfzhh2fna6xl3w6dqxjio7nm

The use of grounded theory in identifying the user experience during search

Evgenia Vassilakaki, Frances Johnson
2015 Library & Information Science Research  
Observational, cognitive and affective data were collected while users searched for images in a multilingual environment.  ...  Grounded theory offers a useful method for gaining an understanding of the context of the user experience when searching on an experimental multilingual image retrieval system.  ...  As a process model, users' information seeking behaviour (ISB) has been studied both as linear and non-linear.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2014.06.006 fatcat:k5lrqwm3zze7ncnwoe6ypk2im4

Users' Image Seeking Behaviour in Multilingual Environments: Experience in Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Data

Evgenia Vassilakaki, R. J. Hartley, Frances Johnson, Dave Randall
2010 Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries  
The efficient development of such systems depends greatly on gaining a better insight into users' interactions and search behaviours in multilingual environments.  ...  The volume of information available on the Web in various languages and the growing number of the non-English native speaking users generate a need for developing and providing Cross Language Information  ...  It was thought that experience in Flickr would be a variable affecting users' image seeking behaviour since FlickLing was based on and using Flickr's image database.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814299701_0023 fatcat:zvwrovd7x5abjcjbd3dec77tqe

Exploring the Subjective Experience of Everyday Surveillance: The Case of Smartphone Devices as Means of Facilitating "Seductive" Surveillance

Pinelopi Troullinou
Focusing on smartphones as a consumption product, the study draws mainly upon design technology and consumer research literature to suggest the theoretical framework of seductive surveillance in order  ...  Smartphones, in particular, seem to be the most popular digital devices as they are an all-in-one digital gadget that due to Internet connection serves a wide range of purposes.  ...  The present study is a qualitative and exploratory research as it focuses on the subjective level of surveillance by seeking an in-depth understanding of the phenomenon in question within the context of  ... 
doi:10.21954/ fatcat:4cv5lmprcjc6nngzzlz6oawrwy