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Adapting information retrieval to user needs in an evolving web environment [article]

Claudiu Sergiu Firan, University, My
2019
In this thesis we propose solutions for several issues which arose over time as the Web and Information Retrieval evolved.  ...  We perform an analysis of how users reformulate their Web search queries to detect good strategies in targeting the query towards the real user information need.  ... 
doi:10.15488/7389 fatcat:2slt2pu7rvb35dpgwdbvk3ydla

Myriad: An Architecture for Contextualized Information Retrieval and Delivery [chapter]

Cécile Paris, Mingfang Wu, Keith Vander Linden, Matthew Post, Shijian Lu
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
An information access system must, therefore, be able to track this dynamic and evolving context, and exploit it to retrieve actionable information from appropriate sources and deliver it in a form suitable  ...  Users' information needs are largely driven by the context in which they make their decisions. This context is dynamic.  ...  Related Work Delivering appropriate information in an appropriate form and adapted to an individual user's need is a key theme in the adaptive hypermedia community [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27780-4_24 fatcat:ajmtuzb2nfhkvby5uohnuubp3m

TalkMine and the adaptive recommendation project

Luis Mateus Rocha
1999 Proceedings of the fourth ACM conference on Digital libraries - DL '99  
In this way, different databases learn new and adapt existing keywords to the categories recognized by its communities of users.  ...  TalkMine is an adaptive recommendation system which is both content-based and collaborative, and further allows the crossover of information among multiple databases searched by users.  ...  retrieval in DIS in its current layout. • It establishes an evolving semantics as keyword associations adapt to the expectations of users and new keywords are introduced from the crossover of information  ... 
doi:10.1145/313238.313416 dblp:conf/dl/Rocha99 fatcat:dn2tmtqnprhmja22aqvyhyo2ci

The Knowledge Grid Environment

Hai Zhuge
2008 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
Current information technologies such as the Internet, Web, Grid, peer-to-peer, data mining, information retrieval, question-answering and artificial intelligence are helpful references but not enough  ...  In macrocosm, the network structure of the environment can self-adapt according to the networking feature of knowledge sharing. Fig.1 depicts the architecture of an adaptive networking mechanism.  ...  The Web and peer-to-peer network can also be the underlying platform. Web 1.0 requires users to express content in HTML, so it is a read-only information sharing network for ordinary users.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2008.111 fatcat:nuo5ghtss5fgtmbjlm4lrr6zvy

The web from a complex adaptive systems perspective

Maya Rupert, Amjad Rattrout, Salima Hassas
2008 Journal of computer and system sciences (Print)  
The web continues to grow at a phenomenal rate, and the amount of information on the web is overwhelming. Finding the relevant information remains a big challenge.  ...  Integrating mechanisms of self-organization of the web content is an attractive perspective, to match with these requirements.  ...  Another point to consider is to which degree current information retrieval systems and search engines fit users' request needs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcss.2007.04.001 fatcat:3go65etm25gabior4d5v3ycuoi

A News Video Retrieval Framework for the Study of Implicit Relevance Feedback

Frank Hopfgartner
2007 Second International Workshop on Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP 2007)  
We believe that such a framework will be useful to identify implicit indicators of relevance, a nearly untouched area in adaptive multimedia retrieval.  ...  Due to its advantages as a web application and its up-todate content, it can be a promising approach to motivate a broad quantity of users to interact with the system.  ...  The Adaptive Retrieval System Backend As we need many users interacting with our retrieval system to study the effect of implicit relevance feedback, we propose to implement a web based application.  ... 
doi:10.1109/smap.2007.4414416 fatcat:kxqxhbqlzfh3dbwksaphpka6ta

A News Video Retrieval Framework for the Study of Implicit Relevance Feedback

Frank Hopfgartner
2007 Second International Workshop on Semantic Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP 2007)  
We believe that such a framework will be useful to identify implicit indicators of relevance, a nearly untouched area in adaptive multimedia retrieval.  ...  Due to its advantages as a web application and its up-todate content, it can be a promising approach to motivate a broad quantity of users to interact with the system.  ...  The Adaptive Retrieval System Backend As we need many users interacting with our retrieval system to study the effect of implicit relevance feedback, we propose to implement a web based application.  ... 
doi:10.1109/smap.2007.12 dblp:conf/smap/HopfgartnerJ07 fatcat:wjrxr2x74rdkjp3ma6wr6q22fm

Web Services Based Information Retrieval Agent System for Cloud Computing

Yu Mon Zaw, Nay Min Tun
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research  
Retrieving desired specific information from Web Services on cloud environment cannot be done by single Web Service.  ...  However, the concept of cloud computing does not provide facilities for the knowledge discovery and information retrieval; i.e. clouds need to be intelligent and autonomous.  ...  [2] We need more researches in information retrieval and knowledge discovery area.  ... 
doi:10.7753/ijcatr0201.1014 fatcat:un4d7nnn7fdvpnrekgq4qker6m

Adaptive Digital Resource Modeling as Service Provider and Consumer

Daouda Sawadogo, Ronan Champagnat, Pascal Estraillier
2016 International Journal of Modeling and Optimization  
He uses data modeling, user modeling and adaptive mechanism technics to perform digital resource management in an information system.  ...  In this paper, we focus on digital resources design and management in order to enhance their retrieval, interoperability, adaptation and collaboration within an adaptive system.  ...  The user model is a representation of information about an individual user that is essential for an adaptive system to provide the adaptation function, [8] .  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijmo.2016.v6.498 fatcat:umsf6l2mijhb5esesey3isfhf4

Personalised multilingual hypertext retrieval

Maristella Agosti, Ernesto William De Luca, Séamus Lawless, Johannes Leveling
2011 Proceedings of the First Workshop on Personalised Multilingual Hypertext Retrieval - PMHR '11  
The aims of the workshop on Personalised Multilingual Hypertext Retrieval (PMHR) are twofold: to set the scene in this challenging area, allowing the different communities engaged in related research topics  ...  The workshop results will be of use in the design of personalised tools that can help end-users fully benefit from the use of distributed multilingual hypertext content.  ...  Personalised hypertext retrieval is concerned with adapting the search process to the user's needs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2047403.2047404 dblp:conf/ht/AgostiLLL11 fatcat:cwxunjyeqna5vgtvpqt2bd5oxa

Resources on the Net: Adapting to the Needs of Mobile Users

Chris Bober
2017 Education Libraries  
Retrieved from http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/2055 In response to the ever increasing levels of user dependence on mobile devices, Oregon State Libraries' developed a mobile accessible Web site  ...  A majority of Libraries were responding or, at the very least, were planning to respond to the evolving expectations of mobile users.  ... 
doi:10.26443/el.v33i2.296 fatcat:pp4ezzagpbcwxiqojudbfugxry

Finding, Understanding and Learning: Making Information Discovery Tasks Useful for Children and Teachers

Ion Madrazo Azpiazu, Nevena Dragovic, Maria Soledad Pera
2016 Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval  
We present our ongoing efforts on the development of a search environment tailored to 6-15 year-olds that can foster learning though retrieval of materials that not only satisfy the information needs of  ...  YouUnderstood.me is an enhanced environment based on a popular search engine specifically designed to help students deal with search for learning tasks, and allow teachers to track their progress.  ...  The authors in [8] , on the other side, present an adaptive search user interface that aims at enhancing the search process for 7-to-12 year old children.  ... 
dblp:conf/sigir/AzpiazuDP16 fatcat:gev3ucv3djc7fod4qzgm5qihcm

Towards the new generation of web knowledge

Fefie Dotsika, Keith Patrick
2006 Vine: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems  
Two significant aspects lie in its development from a static information area to a dynamic web of latent or potential knowledge, with a further shift into a corporate environment.  ...  This is an electronic, author-formatted version of an article published in VINE: the journal of information and knowledge management systems, 36 (4). pp. [406][407][408][409][410][411][412][413][414][415  ...  In relation to the question of the technology-to-user fit, Social Software adapts to its environment, as opposed to the environment being required to adapt to the software.  ... 
doi:10.1108/03055720610716665 fatcat:kff2cvx53ngcnihmecakfnz6eu

A General Framework for Personalized Text Classification and Annotation

Andrea Baruzzo, Antonina Dattolo, Nirmala Pudota, Carlo Tasso
2009 User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization  
Using an integrated set of tools, this framework lets the users experiment, customize, and personalize the way they retrieve, filter, and organize the large amount of information available on the Web.  ...  In order to alleviate these issues, new approaches and tools are needed to provide personalized content recommendations and classification schemata.  ...  -Adapting information retrieval strategies to an evolving user model, providing run-time malleability to end-users [6] .  ... 
dblp:conf/um/BaruzzoDPT09 fatcat:wlqwazt26vbuhddfpt6txdg3ze

Information ecological imbalance and information intervention policies in digital ecosystems

Dengya Zhu, Hongchuan Wang, E. Chang
2009 2009 3rd IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies  
This article explores ecological imbalance in digital ecology environment.  ...  With the dramatic growth of digital information in the world, organizations, in an age of information ecology can easily be affected by the consequences of information ecological imbalance.  ...  He argues that adaptation is essential for ecosystems to keep the ecological balance in an organizational environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dest.2009.5276746 fatcat:fefoqscfhbh4doipstjvyiuir4
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