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Navigating information spaces: A case study of related article search in PubMed

Jimmy Lin, Michael DiCuccio, Vahan Grigoryan, W. John Wilbur
2008 Information Processing & Management  
We present a case study of related article search, a browsing tool designed to help users navigate the information space defined by results of the PubMed Ò search engine.  ...  We examine the effectiveness of related article search from two perspectives: a topological analysis of networks generated from information needs represented in the TREC 2005 genomics track and a query  ...  This work is supported by the Intramural Research Program of the NIH, National Library of Medicine. The first author would like to thank Esther and Kiri for their kind support.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2008.04.002 fatcat:53x3fisvgrepnfmoyullm5bsnm

Supporting effective health and biomedical information retrieval and navigation: A novel facet view interface evaluation

Xiangming Mu, Hohyon Ryu, Kun Lu
2011 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
We developed a new topic cluster based information navigation system called SimMed. Instead of offering a list of documents, SimMed presents users with a list of ranked clusters.  ...  A total of 42 study participants were recruited to use both interfaces for health information exploration search tasks.  ...  We also thank Natalie Hazen Burclaff for her many valuable suggestions and help in proofreading the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2011.01.008 pmid:21277997 fatcat:jfcebx5vrzczdis2ijfihqgnlq

Ranking target objects of navigational queries

Louiqa Raschid, Yao Wu, Woei-Jyh Lee, María Esther Vidal, Panayiotis Tsaparas, Padmini Srinivasan, Aditya Kumar Sehgal
2006 Proceedings of the eighth ACM international workshop on Web information and data management - WIDM '06  
In order to understand the characteristics of lgPR, an expert compared the Top K target objects (publications in the PubMed source) produced by lgPR and a word-based ranking method that uses text features  ...  A navigational query in the life science graph produces a result graph which is a layered directed acyclic graph (DAG). Traversing the result paths in this graph reaches a target object set (TOS).  ...  User Evaluation In our user evaluation of lgPR, we consider a set of complex queries typical of a scientist searching for gene related PubMed publications, and the Top K results of a word based ranking  ... 
doi:10.1145/1183550.1183558 dblp:conf/widm/RaschidWLVTSS06 fatcat:hvtilvaskbgm7p63eouijywh6m

Crisis of Erasure

Curtis Tenney, Karl J. Surkan, Lynette Hammond Gerido, Dawn Betts-Green
2021 ˜The œInternational journal of information, diversity, & inclusion  
In this paper, we use the topic of breast cancer as an example of health crisis erasure in both informational and institutional contexts, particularly within the transgender and gender-nonconforming population  ...  risk of discrimination in healthcare settings (Casey et al., 2019).  ...  The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion, 5(4)  ... 
doi:10.33137/ijidi.v5i4.37406 fatcat:qou2pkvvcnbwrjwmhop6qkftfe

Utilizing Blue Ocean Strategies for Electronic Health Care Documentation to Navigate the Red Ocean Waters of Health Care Reform

Barbara Doster, Rosemary Ryan
2015 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Health care is adrift in a sea of change. In order to navigate challenges, such as health care reform and meaningful use, new strategies are needed.  ...  Preliminary results are promising with a reduction in documentation errors and a process redesign that includes data collection of error types for reeducation and engagement of the end-user of the EHR,  ...  A search was conducted using the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health (CINHAL), PubMed, and Cochrane databases using the key words documentation, electronic health record, and quality outcomes  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/DosterR15 fatcat:mvooawxnn5dqvhgbwibzig74xa

Forced evolution in silico by artificial transposons and their genetic operators: The ant navigation problem

Leonid Zamdborg, David M. Holloway, Juan J. Merelo, Vladimir F. Levchenko, Alexander V. Spirov
2015 Information Sciences  
Specifically, we started in the domain of genetic algorithms (GA) and selected the Artificial Ant Problem as a test case.  ...  This navigation problem is widely known as a classical benchmark test and possesses a large body of literature.  ...  AVS and DMH have been supported in part by Joint NSF/NIGMS BioMath Program, 1-R01-GM072022, the National Institutes of Health, 2R56GM072022.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ins.2015.02.012 pmid:25767296 pmcid:PMC4353400 fatcat:kr6dzr6gdrbczizdrolpywegdq

Trial2rev: Combining machine learning and crowd-sourcing to create a shared space for updating systematic reviews

Paige Martin, Didi Surian, Rabia Bashir, Florence T Bourgeois, Adam G Dunn
2019 JAMIA Open  
Users interact with the system by browsing, searching, or adding systematic reviews, verifying links to trials included in the review, and adding or voting on trials that they would expect to include in  ...  The trial2rev system is a web-based interface to a database that collates and augments information from multiple sources including bibliographic databases, the ClinicalTrials.gov registry, and the actions  ...  manual search for new relevant studies and a re-evaluation of the results.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamiaopen/ooy062 pmid:31984340 pmcid:PMC6951914 fatcat:35snrkjivjbwjasgyj7osqgiuq

Memory integration constructs maps of space, time, and concepts

Neal W Morton, Katherine R Sherrill, Alison R Preston
2017 Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences  
Integration is observed over a wide range of scales, suggesting that memories contain information about both broad and fine-grained contexts.  ...  Recent evidence demonstrates that new events are learned in the context of their relationships to existing memories.  ...  National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (F32 NS098808 to K.R.S.) of the National Institutes of Health.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cobeha.2017.08.007 pmid:28924579 pmcid:PMC5600494 fatcat:2i37iupma5bttbqn3jc2zznlre

Dimensions and elements of people's mental models of an information-rich Web space

Yan Zhang
2010 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This study employed a new method, concept listing, to elicit people's mental models of an information-rich space, MedlinePlus, after they interacted with the system for 5 minutes.  ...  The composition of participants' mental models of MedlinePlus was consistent with that of their models of information-rich Web spaces in general.  ...  I would also like to thank Andrew Dillon and anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments on earlier drafts of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21406 fatcat:3a4wkwxvl5funmspub5sgxt4z4

The construction of mental models of information-rich web spaces

Yan Zhang
2010 SIGIR Forum  
In their initial model (T0), subjects evaluated the interface of information-rich web spaces in relation to two aspects: look and feel and navigation.  ...  ability navigate more easily in a particular information space than people with low spatial ability.  ...  Write down each of the steps that you would follow as if you were actually using the system to find related information. Please describe/explain the drawing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1842890.1842907 fatcat:uwo3cfwykrecrkikdjpplzovhy

Scientific competency questions as the basis for semantically enriched open pharmacological space development

Kamal Azzaoui, Edgar Jacoby, Stefan Senger, Emiliano Cuadrado Rodríguez, Mabel Loza, Barbara Zdrazil, Marta Pinto, Antony J. Williams, Victor de la Torre, Jordi Mestres, Manuel Pastor, Olivier Taboureau (+7 others)
2013 Drug Discovery Today  
In this review, we outline the scientific requirements identified by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) Open PHACTS consortium for the design of an open pharmacological space (OPS) information system  ...  Molecular information systems play an important part in modern data-driven drug discovery. They do not only support decision making but also enable new discoveries via association and inference.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors should like to thank all colleagues participating in the Open PHACTS consortium for discussions and insights leading to this consolidated view.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.drudis.2013.05.008 pmid:23702085 fatcat:cdg6j3hxhrce5jwruwtgvigcky

Clustering the annotation space of proteins

Victor Kunin, Christos A Ouzounis
2005 BMC Bioinformatics  
We demonstrate examples for each of these cases, and thoroughly discuss an example of a propagated error in SwissProt: a vacuolar ATPase subunit M9.2 erroneously annotated as vacuolar ATP synthase subunit  ...  It is also accurate, recovering consistent protein families agreeing on average in more than 97% with sequence-based protein families from Pfam.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Michael Lappe, Carolin Cosiol and members of the CGG group for the helpful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-6-24 pmid:15703069 pmcid:PMC552314 fatcat:ckrnjbxnencuzajnw733ihfgdm

A tool for exploring space-time patterns: an animation user research

Patrick J Ogao
2006 International Journal of Health Geographics  
John Snow (1813-1854) used a case map to identify water well as the source of a cholera outbreak in London in the 1800s, the use of spatio-temporal maps have become vital tools in a wide range of disease  ...  The test focussed on the role of animation passive and interactive capabilities in exploring space-time patterns by engaging test-subjects in thinking aloud evaluation protocol.  ...  Menno-Jan Kraak, of the International Institute of Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation and Prof. Dr. Ferjan Ormeling, of Cartography Department of Utrecht University.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1476-072x-5-35 pmid:16938138 pmcid:PMC1570344 fatcat:m4k7ra2ljzai5ngl4qqn4eifta

Exploring G Protein-Coupled Receptors (GPCRs) Ligand Space via Cheminformatics Approaches: Impact on Rational Drug Design

Shaherin Basith, Minghua Cui, Stephani J. Y. Macalino, Jongmi Park, Nina A. B. Clavio, Soosung Kang, Sun Choi
2018 Frontiers in Pharmacology  
In search of novel ligands using a structure-based approach: a case study on the adenosine A2A receptor. J. Comput. Aided Mol.  ...  Chemography: the art of navigating in chemical space. J. Comb.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphar.2018.00128 pmid:29593527 pmcid:PMC5854945 fatcat:drx2x7lo7jcehcto2ntknqsawe

Unobtrusive Health Monitoring in Private Spaces: The Smart Vehicle

Ju Wang, Joana M. Warnecke, Mostafa Haghi, Thomas M. Deserno
2020 Sensors  
PubMed, IEEE Xplore, and Scopus delivered 959 articles. We firstly screened titles and abstracts for relevance. Thereafter, we assessed the entire articles.  ...  A guide is provided to the currently proposed sensor systems. Through this guide, potential sensor information can be derived from the biomedical data needed for respective purposes.  ...  Afterward, we studied the full papers and excluded work that was published already in included articles (in such cases, we found a large overlap in the content of papers of the same authors).  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20092442 pmid:32344815 fatcat:42ngszyebzfjfdblntaqdiw3be
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