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Language decisions made while designing an interactive information retrieval system

Thomas H. Martin, Richard L. Guertin
1975 SIGPLAN notices  
Introduction The intent of this paper is to discuss language-related decisions made during the design of the Stanford Public Information REtrieval System (SPIRES), and to express personal opinions derived  ...  SPIRES II (i, 2, 3) has become a generalized interactive information storage and retrieval system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/951787.951770 fatcat:gscgxytpofg47fz3dxgdxgnteu

Page 132 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 28, Issue 4 [page]

1991 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
DEVELOPMENT OF A BASE FOR DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS Information processing language can provide a base for an intermediate lexicon.  ...  It would interactively negotiate with the informa- tion retrieval system in modulating the response to a query. It would trigger interaction between user and the system. .  ... 

Information Retrieval Support Systems [chapter]

Yiyu Yao, Ning Zhong, Yi Zeng
2011 Understanding Information Retrieval Systems  
Information retrieval support systems (IRSS) are designed with the objective to provide the necessary utilities, tools, and languages that support a user to perform various tasks in finding useful information  ...  While existing information retrieval systems (IRS) focus on the search and browsing functionalities, an IRSS focuses on the supporting functionalities.  ...  From Information Retrieval Systems (IRS) to Information Retrieval Support Systems (IRSS) Many new developments in IR have been made, ranging from multimedia (images, audio or video) retrieval, hypertext  ... 
doi:10.1201/b11499-30 fatcat:spsogiferrc2zfqy2wnkmgkbzu

Information Retrieval Support Systems [chapter]

Yiyu Yao, Ning Zhong, Yi Zeng
2009 Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, Third Edition  
Information retrieval support systems (IRSS) are designed with the objective to provide the necessary utilities, tools, and languages that support a user to perform various tasks in finding useful information  ...  While existing information retrieval systems (IRS) focus on the search and browsing functionalities, an IRSS focuses on the supporting functionalities.  ...  From Information Retrieval Systems (IRS) to Information Retrieval Support Systems (IRSS) Many new developments in IR have been made, ranging from multimedia (images, audio or video) retrieval, hypertext  ... 
doi:10.1081/e-elis3-120044533 fatcat:rqbmtxnoyjdunp2uws6cjb46qi

Natural Language Processing for Smart Healthcare [article]

Binggui Zhou, Guanghua Yang, Zheng Shi, Shaodan Ma
2022 arXiv   pre-print
As an essential technology powered by AI, natural language processing (NLP) plays a key role in smart healthcare due to its capability of analysing and understanding human language.  ...  drug events discovery and drug safety monitoring [205] - [207] information extraction engines, and even wrong decisions made by decision support systems, leading to economic loss, time wasting, and  ...  decision support build QA-based clinical decision support systems [88] , [138] , [139] information extraction build clinical decision support systems with extracted information: family history information  ... 
arXiv:2110.15803v2 fatcat:3o6tx5wqezdb5mgyfub2jtuiqu

Interaction: Beyond retrieval

Karl Fast, Xia Lin, Yan Qu, Huahai Yang, Xiaolong Zhang
2007 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
In classical information retrieval systems, interaction enables and facilitates the search for relevant documents.  ...  But is this retrieval-centric approach to interaction a suitable foundation for the next generation of information systems?  ...  Interaction with external representation is an important mechanism by which sense-making is made possible.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14504301125 fatcat:7gw3e2vvzvbwfk3qycwph6mfcu

Observing users, designing clarity: A case study on the user-centered design of a cross-language information retrieval system

Daniela Petrelli, Micheline Beaulieu, Mark Sanderson, George Demetriou, Patrick Herring, Preben Hansen
2004 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
P. (2004) Observing Users -Designing clarity a case study on the user-centred design of a cross-language information retrieval system.  ...  Abstract This paper presents a case study of the development of an interface to a novel and complex form of document retrieval: searching for texts written in foreign languages based on native language  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Clarity is an EU 5 th framework IST project (IST-2000-25310).  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20036 fatcat:tzn5esookzgwdpec32lbgz3tfe

Granular Computing for the Design of Information Retrieval Support Systems [chapter]

Y. Y. Yao
2004 Network Theory and Applications  
An effective information retrieval system should support many query languages and tools for expressing user information needs.  ...  One the other hand, the advances made in related fields, such as text mining, intelligent agents, and markup languages open new doors to expand information retrieval systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-0227-8_10 fatcat:fefy2x2u5jdmnfx7ez3g7tcmzu

MedWeaver: integrating decision support, literature searching, and Web exploration using the UMLS Metathesaurus

W M Detmer, G O Barnett, W R Hersh
1997 Proceedings : a conference of the American Medical Informatics Association. AMIA Fall Symposium  
Integrating functions from disparate and widely-distributed information systems has been an interest of the medical informatics community for some time.  ...  This system demonstrates how application developers can design systems around anticipated clinical information needs and then draw together the needed content and functionality from diverse sources.  ...  Now, with advent of network-accessible information servers and integration technology, developers can design systems around the information needs of users and then use integration technology to retrieve  ... 
pmid:9357674 pmcid:PMC2233429 fatcat:g3vdqlbx6fc5beewzeud2y5a44

Quantitative Organizational Models for Large-Scale Agent Systems [chapter]

Bryan Horling, Victor Lesser
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We will demonstrate how the language can be used to represent complex interactions, and show modeling techniques that can address the combinatorics of large-scale agent systems. £  ...  As the scale and scope of multi-agent systems grow, it becomes increasingly important to design and manage the manner in which the participants interact.  ...  Decisions that were previously made during the design process must now be made by an axillary process or at runtime.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11512073_9 fatcat:c4lazphwtjf3faxv5o3nb4hc7m

Meta-cases: Explaining case-based reasoning [chapter]

Ashok K. Goel, J. William Murdock
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We illustrate this explanatory scheme with examples from Interactive Kritik, a computer-based design and learning environment presently under development.  ...  A meta-case contains a trace of the processing in a problem-solving episode, and provides an explanation of the problem-solving decisions and a (partial) justi cation for the solution.  ...  to the programming of Interactive Kritik.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0020608 fatcat:h6krphlwobcfhdwiqx77cmknn4

Support for interactive document selection in cross-language information retrieval

Douglas W. Oard, Philip Resnik
1999 Information Processing & Management  
As digital libraries grow to global scale, the provision of interactive access to content in many languages will become increasingly important.  ...  A categorization-based model for the user's selection process is presented, and an experimental methodology suitable for obtaining processcentered results in this context is developed.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Gary Adams and Mona Diab for their help with the design and implementation of these experiments, Yoshi Okamoto for his assistance with Japanese gures, Rebecca  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4573(98)00066-1 fatcat:3rj3nzcs6jcolmoa4ch4iguljm

Spoken Conversational Search

Johanne R. Trippas
2015 Proceedings of the 38th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval - SIGIR '15  
We will also investigate an information seeking model for audio and language models.  ...  This research is investigating a new interaction paradigm for Interactive Information Retrieval (IIR), where all input and output is mediated via speech.  ...  H. 5 .1 [Multimedia Information Systems]; H.3.3 [Information Search and Retrieval]; H.5.2 [User Interfaces] Conversational Search; Interactive Information Retrieval; Search Result Summarisation; Spoken  ... 
doi:10.1145/2766462.2767850 dblp:conf/sigir/Trippas15 fatcat:pqbedvjl3vezpexio6qvnsexn4

A Survey of Design Rationale Systems: Approaches, Representation, Capture and Retrieval

W. C. Regli, X. Hu, M. Atwood, W. Sun
2000 Engineering with Computers  
Further, we attempt to abstract the place of systems and tools for design rationale capture and retrieval in the context of contemporary knowledge-based engineering and Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools  ...  We focus this survey on prototype design rationale systems for these application domains, and put forward several major criteria with which to describe and classify design rationale systems, including  ...  For most design rationale systems, the current implementation is only able to record the design rationale after decisions are made, but not while they are being made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/pl00013715 fatcat:fif4zbqgxvbexj443htgl3ewvi

Enhanced E-recruitment using Semantic Retrieval of Modeled Serialized Documents

Alaba T. Owoseni, Olatunbosun Olabode, B. A. Ojokoh
2017 International Journal of Mathematical Sciences and Computing  
This paper presents a 3-tier system that models serialized documents of the applicants" worth and they are analyzed using document retrieval and natural language processing techniques for a human-like  ...  Retrieval in existing e-recruitment system is on exact match between applicants" stored profiles and inquirer"s request.  ...  Graphical user interface has been used as the human-computer interaction technique for this layer. This interaction technique provides a friendly means of interaction and a good interaction design.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijmsc.2017.01.01 fatcat:t7myjzef5zbptly3fakmtqz2ne
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