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Users lost (summary)

Tafko Saracevic
1997 Proceedings of the 20th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '97  
This is a personal reflection on my own work and interests over the span of three and a half decade% on my discipline, information science, and on the limits that this discipline, or any other enterprise  ...  The impact of information science on other areas is limited. The issue for the future is how to increase that impact.  ... 
doi:10.1145/258525.258526 dblp:conf/sigir/Saracevic97 fatcat:nhuaw2uhtraybgs43rqy47sr4q

For want of a bit the user was lost: Cheap user modeling

J. Orwant
1996 IBM Systems Journal  
"Cheap" user modeling, the subject of this essay, simply means ascertaining a few bits of information about each user, processing that information quickly, and providing the results to applications, all  ...  398 The more a computer knows about a user, the better it can serve that user.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported in part by the MIT Media Laboratory's News in the Future research consortium and International Business Machines Corporation.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.353.0398 fatcat:d2dvrjms4zhcxbdn7qcflsf24q

Lost while searching: Difficulties in information seeking among end-user programmers

Brian Dorn, Adam Stankiewicz, Chris Roggi
2013 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
We conclude with a discussion of the study's results and their implications on the design of future programming environments and search tools for end-user programmers.  ...  End-user programmers, those who write code but lack formal training in computer science, are often reliant on various tools such as API documentation or searching the Web for information in order to complete  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14505001059 fatcat:n4y2adxklrc7hp3uv2a27byqju

My lost museum: User expectations and motivations for creating personal digital collections on museum websites

Paul F. Marty
2011 Library & Information Science Research  
The recent development of personal digital collections systems on museum websites has prompted researchers to examine the motivations and expectations of museum visitors as they interact with those systems  ...  The significance of these findings is explored through a discussion of user expectations and motivations when creating personal digital collections, and an attempt is made to reconcile some of the disparities  ...  with the author on this topic over the past several years.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2010.11.003 fatcat:jnbrdxabbbeiblnbbxzarzfeha

Lost in the Cloud

Dan Hazen
2011 Library resources & technical services  
Common assumptions and goals are giving way to diverse local agendas, many of which also reflect increasingly limited budgets.  ...  Libraries' hardcopy holdings, plus complementary university collections of paintings and plant specimens, cultural artifacts and animal bones, minerals and musical instruments, and so on, reflected the  ...  Common assumptions and goals are giving way to diverse local agendas, many of which also reflect increasingly limited budgets.  ... 
doi:10.5860/lrts.55n4.195 fatcat:dtbcxymgnvhpffr4hxp35aao5m

Lost in localization: A minimal middle way

Antonia F. de C. Hamilton
2009 NeuroImage  
Acknowledgments AH is supported by ESRC grant RES-061-25-0138 and by Autism Speaks.  ...  Science and Nature) and grant agencies (e.g.  ...  Copyrighting of the data itself and the need for institutional subscriptions would further limit access.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.05.007 pmid:19442743 fatcat:ldfvfxjhvva5naki6exxd3gv5y

Lost or found? Discovering data needed for research [article]

Kathleen Gregory, Paul Groth, Andrea Scharnhorst, Sally Wyatt
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We examine the data needs and discovery strategies of respondents, propose a typology for data reuse and probe the role of social interactions and literature search in data discovery.  ...  Specifically, we consider how to design for a diversity of practices, how communities of use can serve as an entry point for design and the role of metadata in supporting both sensemaking and social interactions  ...  based on "user profiles;" there is also often a gap between the user profiles which designers imagine and the actual users themselves (see Wyatt, 2008 ).  ... 
arXiv:1909.00464v3 fatcat:7pcl3bhmgnfibl6m3fqm3zgbfu

Lost in space

José Corpataux, Olivier Crevoisier
2016 Progress in Human Geography  
In the real economy, the entrepreneur's risk is hard to rationalise in the form of a calculation. The entrepreneur is taking a gamble on the future and the future is not perfectly known or knowable.  ...  Similarly, in social sciences and there is much confusion between the concrete space on the one hand, and the abstract space we use to conceptualise phenomena on the other.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0309132515604430 fatcat:ebeaq2w3t5db7akrai7ulfnrxe

In Search of Lost QoS [article]

Kalevi Kilkki, Benjamin Finley
2019 arXiv   pre-print
To help elucidate these issues, in this work, we first perform a comprehensive review of QoS including a general overview and an analysis of both influential and critical work from the past 30 years.  ...  So far, the few critical QoS papers have had only a minor effect on QoS research and standardization.  ...  The mindset when dealing with problems of controlling traffic load was limited to well-defined IP packets and the somewhat obscure concept of flow without much reflection on quality of service.  ... 
arXiv:1901.06867v1 fatcat:zjmuhq5cwnhphdh4ukxp6dr5vi

Property Lost in Translation

Abraham Bell, Gideon Parchomovsky
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Translation costs result from incompatibilities, as well as information and enforcement costs.  ...  This Article provides the first comprehensive look at the phenomenon of localized property systems and the difficulties that necessarily attend the translation of localized property rights.  ...  Disputes often arise when users deviate from the expected time limits. Other areas allow allocation of the space but on a more informal basis.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1990282 fatcat:fssdcd3bfjaubmoxxoajplgysi

Reconstructing a website's lost past: Methodological issues concerning the history of www.unibo.it [article]

Federico Nanni
2016 arXiv   pre-print
The article is organised in three parts: in the first one, some of the fundamental concepts on web archives and the preservation of born digital sources are introduced.  ...  Then the reconstruction of the University of Bologna web's past is presented.  ...  information!for!future!students.! ?!/ricerca/!:!research!information!(patents,!spin?offs,!projects!for!the!2015!EXPO)! ?!/servizi?e?opportunita/!:!different!services!for!the!user!(i.e.!how!to!  ... 
arXiv:1604.05923v1 fatcat:mgcvxx2wpnaotjdmynas4ucnc4

Valuation of Lost Productivity in Caregivers: A Validation Study

Aaron Gelfand, Julie Sou, Rick Sawatzky, Katrina Prescott, Alison Pearce, Aslam H. Anis, Christine Lee, Wei Zhang
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Qualitative methods, such as reviewing existing questionnaires that measured caregiver work productivity losses and performing one-on-one interviews with caregivers, were used for VOLP adaptation and online  ...  Quantitative methods were used to evaluate feasibility and validity of the online VOLP.  ...  one health economist and potential future user of the VOLP, one clinician and potential future user of the VOLP, and two research assistants.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.727871 pmid:34512485 pmcid:PMC8432932 fatcat:nbhwedcvxvhl7ojrwfcfl7rjgq

Epilogue: Digital Roads to Totalitarianism [chapter]

Vincent F. Hendricks, Mads Vestergaard
2018 Reality Lost  
Data provides patterns of past behavior that may show probable future behavior.  ...  Gathering and analyzing information about the user is the condition for personalizing the products for the user.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-00813-0_7 fatcat:jmlbzwosprd77esuagkveohzqa

Eerie Systems and Saudade for a Lost Nature

Paul Goodfellow
2019 Arts  
This shift in attention to secondary information and an enfoldment within systems, defined as the Post-Systems Condition, manifests in the aesthetic quality of the eerie and a profound sense of saudade  ...  Drawing from both environmental and art history, this paper employs the Deleuzean concept of the fold to suggest three overlapping periods of ecological-systems awareness over the past sixty years.  ...  I would also like to thank the reviewers and editors for their valuable comments. Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest. References  ... 
doi:10.3390/arts8040124 fatcat:hye22a4anzeo5cohu67te6w5xe

Addressing a Lost Opportunity: Towards Science-Informed Land Use Planning [chapter]

Darryl Low Choy
2018 Land Use in Australia: Past, Present and Future  
(p. 2) Ideally, future land use planners will better appreciate the valuable role that science (especially biophysical science) can have in informing the planning process, and they will be capable of accessing  ...  Reflecting on lost opportunities, when Design with Nature was republished in 1992, McHarg observed that: In 1969, while many people accepted the proposition-Design with Nature-there was no legislation  ... 
doi:10.22459/lua.02.2018.05 fatcat:5v3gbj2w4fdjrgsu6idiz6ra5m
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