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User modeling in expert man-machine interfaces: a case study in intelligent information retrieval

G. Brajnik, G. Guida, C. Tasso
1990 IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics  
Besides, user modeling can be used to reduce the search space, make push service easier and improve the user interface.  ...  For example, emotional features are very important for multimedia retrieval, but they are hard to be described by a universal model since different users may have different emotional responses to the same  ...  There are several important issues in user modeling for music information retrieval purpose or even more general multimedia retrieval. 1) How to model the user?  ... 
doi:10.1109/21.47819 fatcat:yc2l6p75rjdctpf2ep47u3is5q

Intelligent User Interfaces - A Tutorial [article]

Daniel Sonntag
2017 arXiv   pre-print
IUIs aim to incorporate intelligent automated capabilities in human computer interaction, where the net impact is a human-computer interaction that improves performance or usability in critical ways.  ...  It also involves designing and implementing an artificial intelligence (AI) component that effectively leverages human skills and capabilities, so that human performance with an application excels.  ...  in the area of information retrieval.)  ... 
arXiv:1702.05250v1 fatcat:envpfxzhzzfbxcjokc4yfe54ha

Visual Modeling Interfaces for the Cutting Stock Problem [chapter]

L. Lessa Lorenzoni, F. J. Negreiros Gomes
1997 Re-engineering for Sustainable Industrial Production  
As a case study, we present an application, of Visual Interactive Modeling to the cutting stock problem in the shoe industry.  ...  This work describes the design and development of visual modeling interfaces for Decision Support Systems -DSS in the context of Computer Integrated Manufacturing -CIM, that are based in optimization models  ...  The system provides the users with a modeling environment to the solution of complex problems and the man-machine interaction is done through a visual language.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35086-8_44 fatcat:ev5x7uz2dzd3larl5kvbfc47sa

Human system interface concerns in support system design

Gunnar Johannsen, John E. Rijnsdorp, Andrew P. Sage
1983 Automatica  
Newly emerging technologies require that attention to physiological controlling tasks, traditional in man-machine systems studies, be augmented with concerns for cognitive interfaces and interactions between  ...  Key Words--Knowledge based systems; decision support systems; man machine systems; expert systems; human supervisory control; human computer interaction.  ...  The design of expert systems will lead to helpful tools in such areas as computer-aided decision making, information retrieval, and fault diagnosis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0005-1098(83)90023-7 fatcat:i6pmklpgb5gtfmql2izwh6ay7i

Evaluating user interfaces to information retrieval systems

Giorgio Brajnik, Stefano Mizzaro, Carlo Tasso
1996 Proceedings of the 19th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '96  
Designing good user interfaces to information retrieval systems is a complex activity.  ...  In this paper we present an evaluation of an intelligent interface that covers also the user-system interaction and measures user's satisfaction.  ...  Finally, we thank Nick Belkin for very useful comments on a draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/243199.243249 dblp:conf/sigir/BrajnikMT96 fatcat:4t3kmegp6rd5la5sla3c3zgdfm

An Expert System to Support the Design of Human-Computer Interfaces [chapter]

Cecilia Sosa Arias Peixoto, Tiago Cinto
2011 Expert Systems for Human, Materials and Automation  
The expert system was also used in the development of intelligent adaptive interfaces for a data mining tool, aiming to provide friendly and appropriate user interfaces to the person using the tool.  ...  To meet this goal, the interfaces are able to evaluate and change their decisions at runtime. In this context some models of interaction are modeled in order to fit the profile of those who use them.  ...  According to Ehlert, Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI) use any type of smart technology to achieve the man-machine dialogue. A common feature on both sides is the ability of adaptability.  ... 
doi:10.5772/18287 fatcat:6md6tnz63fgd3otki7njryblzi

human-machine interface [chapter]

Martin H. Weik
2000 Computer Science and Communications Dictionary  
From 1991 to 2005, China's High Technology Research and Development Program (HTRDP) sponsored a series of technology evaluations on Chinese information processing and intelligent human-machine interface  ...  categorization, information retrieval, character recognition, and face detection and recognition.  ...  The HTRDP evaluations cover a wide range of fields and tasks in the domain of Chinese information processing and intelligent human-machine interface.  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-0613-6_8515 fatcat:tpuxzafzlzantksjlax6e2unai

Robust man-machine interfaces and dialog modelling

Mark Boggs, Jaime Carbonell, Robert Frederking, Phil Hayes, George Mouradian, Don Kosy, Michael Mauldin, Hiromichi Fujisawa
1982 ACM SIGART Bulletin  
Our general interests are in robust man-machine interfaces and the modelling of human dialogs.  ...  Since several of these projects share researchers and a similar view of the world, we have listed them in a single summary.  ...  This is a new project, where much of the emphasis is directed at determining how a model of the user affects what a system should say, and how its explanations should be phrased.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1056663.1056680 fatcat:5vtlnt3qbncrtpcx6lxedufgs4

Interface design: A semiotic paradigm

1988 Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies  
selecting components of interface language; aspects of man-machine communication (the semiotic paradigm versus the information paradigm of communication); and the 'language' of a computer and the various  ...  There is no such thing as man-machine communication; this is a way of speaking, a way of anthropomorphizing machines. Communication is the semiotic activity that brings user and designer together.  ... 
doi:10.1515/semi.1988.69.3-4.269 fatcat:ifvw34u345h3tnhkuomdox4bfa

Using Natural Language Interfaces [chapter]

William C. Ogden, Philip Bernick
1997 Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction  
He compared the performance of several information retrieval systems that accept natural language queries to the performance of expert users of a Boolean retrieval system when searching full-text legal  ...  Just as in the Zolton-Ford study, the users modeled the system's output.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-044481862-1.50073-x fatcat:a4dwkbdx5fdcheshb6nxwt46ce

Using Natural Language Interfaces [chapter]

1997 Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction  
He compared the performance of several information retrieval systems that accept natural language queries to the performance of expert users of a Boolean retrieval system when searching full-text legal  ...  Just as in the Zolton-Ford study, the users modeled the system's output.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-044481862-1/50073-x fatcat:wyj2mmxsqffitihmqko7dsgczi

A graphical, database-querying interface for casual, naive computer users

Clifford G. Burgess
1991 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
This research is concerned with some aspects of the retrieval of information from database systems by casual, naive computer users.  ...  The research initially focuses on a specific group of casual, naive users, namely a group of clinicians, and analyzes their characteristics as they pertain to the retrieval of information from a computer  ...  However, few have followed the indications in the literature that a model of the database structure would facilitate the man-machine interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0020-7373(91)90049-d fatcat:thwrr4m54jfrfgxyedq2g5y3di

Design of a hypermedia interface translating between associative and formal representations

Francis Heylighen
1991 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
DESIGN OF A HYPERMEDIA INTERFACE  ...  It is argued that in order to efficiently tackle complex problems, user and support system should intimately interact, complementing each other's weaknesses.  ...  In order to let man and machine interact in the most fruitful way, one needs a "double level" interface that can evoke the context-dependent associations of the human as well as provide a discrete formalism  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0020-7373(05)80089-6 fatcat:7rfcba2dnfeebfv3t5zwlyizv4

Adaptive user interfaces in complex supervisory tasks

Gary G. Yen, Daghan Acay
2009 ISA transactions  
Norman's [46] model of interaction defines the steps of interaction between man and machine.  ...  In this section we will provide a very simple two dimensional case for parameter space that is A ∈ R 2 for a better understanding of user model U adaptation.  ...  This part was included the thesis in order to give a better understanding of interface convergence. Initial condition was set to be [  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.isatra.2008.11.002 pmid:19084225 fatcat:vm2wbpwspzcdnayluyo4jfucwu

Designing for effective end-user interaction with machine learning

Saleema Amershi
2011 Proceedings of the 24th annual ACM symposium adjunct on User interface software and technology - UIST '11 Adjunct  
system called ReGroup that employs end-user interactive machine learning for the purpose of access control in social networks, (3) a novel system called CueT that supports end-user driven machine learning  ...  Specifically, this dissertation presents (1) new interaction techniques for end-user creation of image classifiers in an existing end-user interactive machine learning system called CueFlik, (2) a novel  ...  e.g., information retrieval, recommender systems, intelligent user interfaces).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2046396.2046416 dblp:conf/uist/Amershi11 fatcat:q3ticzzymngu5i7uhdcyshmt34
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