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Representing, Tracking and Revising the User's Knowledge: A Search Result Filter Framework

Dima El Zein, Célia da Costa Pereira
2021 Italian Information Retrieval Workshop  
This paper presents a framework for a cognitive agent in information retrieval that personalizes the list of returned documents based on what it believes about the user's knowledge.  ...  Throughout the interactions between the IR system and the user, the agent builds its beliefs about the user's knowledge by extracting keywords from the content of the documents read by the user.  ...  In consequence, the search results must also respond to the user beliefs, knowledge, and search goals.  ... 
dblp:conf/iir/ZeinP21 fatcat:mvonzrr6iffrjozbvbg6lu5qby

Goal Trajectories for Knowledge Investigations

Vahid B. Eyorokon, Benjamin Bengfort, Uday S. Panjala, Michael T. Cox
2016 International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning  
Cases in Kyudo are sequences of knowledge goals or questions that form arcs through a multidimensional knowledge space and that form the core activity in a dialogue between the user and system.  ...  In this paper, we take a mixed-initiative approach to knowledge discovery, and we present a system called Kyudo that supports the process using a conversational case-based reasoning process.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported in part by ONR under grants N00014-15-1-2080 and N00014-15-C-0077. We thank the anonymous reviewers for their comments.  ... 
dblp:conf/iccbr/EyorokonBPC16 fatcat:4h7ojnitwzdixjscsywprmhb5e

How does the User's Knowledge of the Recommender Influence their Behavior? [article]

Muheeb Faizan Ghori, Arman Dehpanah, Jonathan Gemmell, Hamed Qahri-Saremi, Bamshad Mobasher
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Our findings, based on a rigorous thematic analysis of the collected data, suggest that users possess an intuitive and sophisticated understanding of the recommender system's behavior.  ...  Recommender systems have become a ubiquitous part of modern web applications. They help users discover new and relevant items.  ...  Perceived Reasoning for Recommendations The data analyzed within this theme represents the user's perception of the recommender system's knowledge, reasoning, and motivation.  ... 
arXiv:2109.00982v1 fatcat:jmxu2gxdenbwpn6bwqakss6jxq

Social Web and Knowledge Management [chapter]

Peter Dolog, Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Schaffert, Denny Vrandečić
2009 Weaving Services and People on the World Wide Web  
Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the financial support of the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) within the FIRB project number RBIN04M8S8.  ...  It is possible that through such a service, a thief can find out a user's regular schedule, such as the time to go home, by tracking the user's location for a period of time before breaking into his home  ...  and categorises the revisions, outputting results to a simple XML format. cataggr A Perl script which processes the categorisation XML to produce final statistical results and graph data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-00570-1_11 dblp:conf/www/DologKSV08a fatcat:z6glljv7sfdxromng3d66jchne

Intelligent Recommendation Model of Contemporary Pop Music Based on Knowledge Map

Yan Zhang, Xin Ning
2022 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
It has been confirmed that this algorithm's recommendation quality is relatively high, and it offers a new development path for improving the speed of searching for health information services.  ...  Simultaneously, massive amounts of data and information have infiltrated various Internet companies, resulting in an increase in the problem of information overload.  ...  represents the score of user u on item i, r u and r a represent the average scores of user a and user u, respectively, and ω a,u represents the similarity between user u and user a.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/1756585 pmid:35186055 pmcid:PMC8849902 fatcat:hw6qfbkjfbbmbpwsjkezcftl7y

The case for transforming the geological survey knowledge system: Where digital geoscience spatial models meet the semantic Grid* [chapter]

T.V. Loudon
2006 Special Paper 397: Geoinformatics: Data to Knowledge  
Acknowledgments I am grateful to the British Geological Survey for making this work possible, in particular the help of Bill Hatton, Ian Smith and John Laxton, and to Boyan Brodaric of the Geological Survey  ...  Within such a framework, the user should be able to search among the diverse incomplete fragments of the general model, select the most relevant, and visualize them as filtered extracts, possibly requiring  ...  The user's agent might apply filters to select from such aspects as: the area of interest; the business setting; the range of topics and levels of detail in each object hierarchy; the user's objectives  ... 
doi:10.1130/2006.2397(15) fatcat:to75eemukzdqxkt276zm5pmz24

Knowledge modeling – State of the art

Vladan Devedzic
2001 Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering  
The process is represented in Figure 3, where a frequently used are KQML (Knowledge Query and Manipulation Language) [21], [31], and FIPA ACL [22], [31].  ...  Finally, the paper briefly covers some of the most recent results in the fields of intelligent manufacturing systems, intelligent tutoring systems, and ontologies. knowledge processing, intelligent databases  ...  A Framework for Building Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Some results, techniques and trends in software engineering and AI, achieved during the 1990s, have paved the ground for the development of a  ... 
doi:10.3233/ica-2001-8307 fatcat:m6nkbwouzfbbbkvgpzcdyeftwe

WISTUD at TREC 2011: Microblog Track: Exploiting Background Knowledge from DBpedia and News Articles for Search on Twitter

Ke Tao, Fabian Abel, Claudia Hauff
2011 Text Retrieval Conference  
We evaluated the suitability of semantic technologies for the search task, in particular, query expansion with named entities that are deduced by means of a topic-based profiling process.  ...  These working notes describe the system developed by the WISTUD team for the Microblog track.  ...  The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement no ICT 257831 (ImREAL project 11 ).  ... 
dblp:conf/trec/TaoAH11 fatcat:nuajsvfvnbdcngi4vn6k5usune

A Framework for Knowledge-based Interactive Data Exploration

Jade Goldstein, Steven F. Roth, John Kolojejchick, Joe Mattis
1994 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
In this paper, we propose a framework that combines the functionality of data exploration and automatic presentation systems to create a knowledge-based, interactive, data exploration system.  ...  In this paper, we present our work on the IDES data A Framework for Knowledge-Based Interactive Data Exploration • 2 manipulation capabilities and discuss requirements for coordinating them with automatic  ...  FRAMEWORK FOR KNOWLEDGE-BASED INTERACTIVE DATA EXPLORATION In this section, we propose a framework for a knowledge-based interactive data exploration system.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jvlc.1994.1020 fatcat:jdwwg3yryzbjxj6b7bt536cusm

Beyond ontologies: Toward situated representations of scientific knowledge

William Pike, Mark Gahegan
2007 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
The capture of provenance information allows historical trails of reasoning to be reconstructed, revealing the process by which knowledge is adopted, revised, and reused in a community; as a result, end  ...  In this model, knowledge is the result of collaboration, negotiation, and manipulation by teams of researchers.  ...  Acknowledgements The material presented in this paper is based upon work supported by National Science Foundation grants EAR/ITR-0225673, BCS-9978052, and BCS/ITR-0219025.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2007.03.002 fatcat:pyrbgyc6kvfbjcwzzthcikx4ym

Visualizing writing activity as knowledge work

William Hart-Davidson, Clay Spinuzzi, Mark Zachry
2006 Proceedings of the 24th annual conference on Design of communication - SIGDOC '06  
We then ask: what qualities of visualizations seem desirable and help to render writing visible as knowledge work for the purpose of providing mediational support to writers?  ...  This paper surveys sources of visualizations of writing processes and practices, focusing on attempts to deal with writing as a distributed activity.  ...  If we take a careful empirical look, much of the "work" in knowledge work involves writing and results in texts. To be sure, we cannot reduce all knowledge work to writing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1166324.1166341 dblp:conf/sigdoc/Hart-DavidsonSZ06 fatcat:xfpvantjyfd7xjctb62ncb3l2i

User validation in ontology alignment: functional assessment and impact

Huanyu Li, Zlatan Dragisic, Daniel Faria, Valentina Ivanova, Ernesto Jiménez-Ruiz, Patrick Lambrix, Catia Pesquita
2019 Knowledge engineering review (Print)  
Finally, we use experiments from the Interactive Matching track of the Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative 2015–2018 to assess the impact of errors in alignment validation, and how systems cope with  ...  In this paper, we present a broad study on user validation of ontology alignments that encompasses three distinct but inter-related aspects: the profile of the user, the services of the alignment system  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been financially supported by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia through the fund-  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0269888919000080 fatcat:e3xsiwatffgwlkktplv6e63nz4

Fostering Serendipitous Knowledge Discovery using an Adaptive Multigraph-based Faceted Browser

Ali Khalili, Pek van Andel, Peter van den Besselaar, Klaas Andries de Graaf
2017 Proceedings of the Knowledge Capture Conference on - K-CAP 2017  
Linked Open Data (LOD) on the Web which is powered by the Follow-Your-Nose effect, provides already a rich source for serendipity. The serendipity most often takes place when browsing data.  ...  Serendipity, the art of making an unsought finding plays also an important role in the emerging field of data science, allowing the discovery of interesting and valuable facts not initially sought for.  ...  This work was supported by a grant from the European Union's 7th Framework Programme provided for the project RISIS (GA no. 313082).  ... 
doi:10.1145/3148011.3148037 dblp:conf/kcap/KhaliliABG17 fatcat:b7oaxn2nqzggfc7fqaiy62pemm

From Skills and Competencies to Outcome-based Collaborative Work: Tracking a Decade's Development of Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) Models

Ricky K. F. Cheong, Eric Tsui
2011 Knowledge and Process Management  
It is cleared that PKM is an important aspect in knowledge management but it is also an open question to the researchers that what is the roles and values of PKM in different individual, organisation and  ...  Conclusion PKM is en emerging discipline and this paper evaluated the previous literatures and introduced a new PKM model.  ...  include searching, crawling, browsing, focusing, semantic, evaluation, automatic filtering, analysing and confirming.  ... 
doi:10.1002/kpm.380 fatcat:7wxiqswxgjfrtndpodivq4f3wq

Employing human knowledge to solve integrated coordination problems

Wei Chen, Kaizhi Tang, David Mihalcik, Yunshen Tang, Edmund Durfee, Melanie Dumas
2010 2010 International Symposium on Collaborative Technologies and Systems  
An Integrated Coordination Problem involves solving multiple related subproblems that collectively satisfy the requirements of a user, including subproblems that depend on the user's participation to solve  ...  Fundamental challenges in solving such a problem include defining mechanisms to solve the individual subproblems. formulating the information and control flow between these mechanisms that supports flexible  ...  The views, opinions, and/or findings contained in this article/presentation are those of the author/presenter and should not be interpreted as representing the official views or policies, either expressed  ... 
doi:10.1109/cts.2010.5478499 dblp:conf/cts/ChenTMTDD10 fatcat:xizy4ve7iffchkulvztpyixyja
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