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Encouraging Serendipity in Interactive Systems [chapter]

Stephann Makri, Elaine G. Toms, Lori McCay-Peet, Ann Blandford
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
However, most existing interactive systems do not provide a fertile environment for serendipity to occur.  ...  This workshop will identify key requirements and research challenges for designing and evaluating user-centred systems that aim to encourage serendipity.  ...  Interactive systems cannot directly 'induce' serendipity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23768-3_136 fatcat:pcs7a6at25fkblk5zdysst3ytq

The Serendipitous Pattern In Interaction Design

Ricardo Melo, Miguel Carvalhais
2018 Zenodo  
Serendipity is increasingly becoming a concern in the design of interactive systems as an alternative to the echo chamber effects being felt in the medium.  ...  However, the concept of serendipity is one shrouded in ambiguity, which limits our abilities to regard it as an The achievable Serendipitous goal in interaction Pattern.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is financed by FCT -Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia -as part of the PhD Programme in Design «PD/00048».  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1303350 fatcat:hnkwqz2xsbfdhmpj6bivqsmt6i

Television distraction and the performance of introverts and extroverts

Adrian Furnham, Barrie Gunter, Emma Peterson
1994 Applied Cognitive Psychology  
In addition, we give a short introduction into our research project Blended Library and describe the idea of an "Interactive Reading" environment that aims toward "encouraging serendipity in interactive  ...  systems".  ...  Especially, the evaluation of such interactive systems can help to improve user experience and lead to a better understanding of serendipity and thus a better design of serendipity supportive and interactive  ... 
doi:10.1002/acp.2350080708 fatcat:z3u3ghv5crflvpu2q3qqarlluu

Exploring Serendipity's Precipitating Conditions [chapter]

Lori McCay-Peet
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This research will contribute to an emerging field of study -support for serendipity in information systems -that is striving to make our experiences in digital environments richer and more meaningful.  ...  , to understand how to best facilitate serendipity in a digital, information-rich environment.  ...  Namely, this research will indicate ways in which some precipitating conditions such as task and other people interact in a digital information search system to facilitate or hinder serendipity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23768-3_42 fatcat:w4qh5arz45enjgzupr6v5hub6m

AI and Citizen Science for Serendipity [article]

Marisa Ponti, Anastasia Skarpeti, Bruno Kestemont
2022 arXiv   pre-print
However, the design of systems that leverage complex interactions between citizen scientists (members of the public engaged in research tasks) and computational AI methods have the potential to facilitate  ...  Drawing from theories and literature about serendipity and computation, this article points to three interrelated aspects that support the emergence of serendipity in hybrid citizen science systems: the  ...  This corresponds to systems such as agent 4 architectures, in which software agents with different knowledge and goals interact.  ... 
arXiv:2205.06890v1 fatcat:qmohxa5775fpvkgmb6433mwy2u

From Chance to Serendipity: Knowledge Workers' Experiences of Serendipitous Social Encounters

Ekaterina Olshannikova, Thomas Olsson, Jukka Huhtamäki, Susanna Paasovaara, Hannu Kärkkäinen
2020 Advances in Human-Computer Interaction  
However, serendipity in the context of social encounters has been the subject of few empirical studies.  ...  Finally, we discuss the seemingly minor role of technology in social serendipity and research avenues to computationally enhance social serendipity.  ...  Encouragement and Persuasiveness for Value Creation and Maintenance of Social Awareness. e findings imply that even in face-to-face interactions, encounters that result in serendipity could benefit from  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/1827107 fatcat:3mk7rsafkbdvxlqwtm4vwjmj6e

"Making my own luck": Serendipity strategies and how to support them in digital information environments

Stephann Makri, Ann Blandford, Mel Woods, Sarah Sharples, Deborah Maxwell
2014 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
digital environments not only have the potential to help users experience serendipity but also encourage them to adopt the strategies necessary to experience it more often.  ...  my own luck": Serendipity strategies and how to support them in digital information environments. This is the accepted version of the paper.  ...  To read more 'serendipity stories' or share your own story, visit serendipitystories.net.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23200 fatcat:tzan2nwijnf7bjx6573dbchmye

Serendipity in the sciences – exploring the boundaries

Lori McCay-Peet, Peter G. Wells
2017 Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science (NSIS)  
Serendipity in the sciences is an unexpected experience prompted by valuable interaction with ideas, information, objects, or phenomena.  ...  Through examples of serendipity in the sciences, different perspectives on its role are explored and lessons drawn.  ...  telephone system) but because it was specifically designed to support serendipity (Corneliussen 2013).  ... 
doi:10.15273/pnsis.v49i1.6981 fatcat:fhlcakj5uzg5vdxbam5jz65hjm

Discovery is never by chance

Paul André, m.c. schraefel, Jaime Teevan, Susan T. Dumais
2009 Proceeding of the seventh ACM conference on Creativity and cognition - C&C '09  
Computer scientists, valuing the role of serendipity in discovery, have attempted to design systems that encourage serendipity.  ...  In this paper we show, through a formal consideration of serendipity and analysis of how various systems have seized on attributes of interpreting serendipity, that there is a richer space for design to  ...  to a system that required interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1640233.1640279 dblp:conf/candc/AndresTD09 fatcat:cm4muaibevaszeicsa5apethk4

FACTORS AFFECTING ONLINE IMPULSE BUYING OF CONSUMERS IN HUE CITY

Nguyen Uyen Thuong
2020 HUE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF SCIENCE ECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT  
Furthermore, stimulating shopping moderate the interaction effect between independent variables (scarcity and serendipity) on online impulse buying.  ...  Besides, the paper examines the moderation role of two variables (stimulating shopping and relaxation shopping) in the interaction effects between those independent variables on online impulse buying.  ...  Therefore, serendipity can increase consumers' experience and encourage them to do online purchase impulsively.  ... 
doi:10.26459/hueuni-jed.v129i5a.5750 fatcat:tvmsxfyc3rfvrch4koyn7pudem

Examining Serendipitous Encounters and Self-Determination in Twitter-Enabled Innovation

Henri Pirkkalainen, Ekaterina Olshannikova, Thomas Olsson, Jukka Huhtamäki, Carmen Santoro
2021 Advances in Human-Computer Interaction  
Serendipity refers to unexpected encounters with ideas or insights and their intentional application to achieve favorable outcomes.  ...  In other words, fortunate discoveries of new information and contacts increase Twitter users' intent to utilize the platform in new ways to accomplish work when the three key psychological needs of autonomy  ...  For example, activity that is enabled by an information system that has no features for social interaction is unlikely to satisfy a user's need for relatedness because the user has limited options to interact  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6665449 fatcat:h4bnv7n6zrdoxlbui762smiure

Serendipitous Learning Fostered by Brain State Assessment and Collective Wisdom [chapter]

Stefano A. Cerri, Philippe Lemoisson
2020 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
in generic Information Systems or search engines (e.g.: Google) as well as in other social media (e.g.: recommender systems) offering information retrieval solutions based on the proximity of available  ...  At the moment, there are very few measurable criteria helping to understand and foster serendipity.  ...  So, in the following we feel encouraged to talk about serendipity in information systems, in particular recommender systems, even if we did not explore the whole gigantic literature about those systems  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-60735-7_14 fatcat:qezns2gz5baodkxoa2dvhyf6bq

Serendipitous Information Retrieval

Elaine G. Toms
2000 DELOS Workshops / Conferences  
Although largely ignored in information systems development and research, serendipitous retrieval complements querying and browsing, and together they provide a holistic, ecological approach to information  ...  The value of this phenomenon to an individual or an organization can be equated with the impact of serendipitous breakthroughs in science and medicine.  ...  In the process of conducting this test, Toms attempted to trigger serendipity in user interaction with digital information system The system used in this study (and fully described in Toms (2000) ) had  ... 
dblp:conf/delos/Toms00 fatcat:cthme3l6wfhqdck2qoy4ib6dii

Glitch Serendipity: Alternative Information Seeking that Leads to Discovery

Aaron Juarez
2022 Creativity and Cognition  
As both glitch and serendipity share the connection of discovery through the unexpected, I encourage pushing the limitations of interfaces, structures, and systems to bring about novelty.  ...  CCS CONCEPTS • Human-centered computing → Human computer interaction (HCI); Interaction design.  ...  digital systems can result in a surprising, serendipitous experience.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3527927.3533729 fatcat:uzi6b2s7o5gh3f4fqmnepjtwzq

Academics' responses to encountered information: Context matters

Sheila Pontis, Genovefa Kefalidou, Ann Blandford, Jamie Forth, Stephann Makri, Sarah Sharples, Geraint Wiggins, Mel Woods
2015 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
This study evaluated academics' receptiveness to information proposed by a mobile app, the SerenA Notebook: information that is based in their inferred interests but does not relate directly to a prior  ...  We studied how 20 academics interacted with messages sent by the mobile app (3 per day over ten consecutive days). Collected data sets were analyzed using thematic analysis.  ...  their daily lives, and ways of supporting that process through interactive systems.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23502 fatcat:avchhtqvcjgfroeaa4tng37pie
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