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What to do when search fails

Duen Horng Chau, Brad Myers, Andrew Faulring
2008 Proceeding of the twenty-sixth annual CHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '08  
Feldspar's contributions include (1) an intuitive user interface that allows users to find information by interactively and incrementally specifying multiple levels of associations as retrieval queries  ...  , such as: "find the file from the person who I met at an event in May"; and (2) algorithms for collecting the association information and for providing answers to associative queries in real-time.  ...  This material is based in part upon work supported by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) under Contract No. NBCHD030010.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1357054.1357208 dblp:conf/chi/ChauMF08 fatcat:7js77i7xerfwrerhocyxmh7tlq

When the head does not know what the eyes do: Head and eye movement planning differ in access to information during visual search [article]

Szonya Durant, Tamara Watson
2022 bioRxiv   pre-print
AbstractTo characterize the process of visual search, reaction time is measured relative to stimulus onset, when the whole search field is presented in view simultaneously.  ...  This work investigated how objects are detected in the periphery when onset in the visual field is due to head movement. Is the process of target detection similarly affected by salience?  ...  When looking around to find something, often what we are searching for may not be within our current field of view (FoV) and we need to move around to find it.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2022.05.30.493999 fatcat:e2ic2xnxufcl7mzez57pzxzpmi

Why crowdsourcing fails

Linus Dahlander, Henning Piezunka
2020 Journal of Organization Design  
Most often this is because organizations fail to properly plan for all the different stages of crowd engagement.  ...  Crowdsourcing is known to increase innovation and loyalty to brands, but many organizations struggle to leverage its potential, as our research shows.  ...  If rejections help contributors, then it begs the question, what can organizations do to scale up rejections from what is usually a low number?  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41469-020-00088-7 fatcat:6gjy2y4ryfdy3jyks4ihiqm6ba

Everyone fails!

Alan D. Boss, Henry P. Sims, Céleste M. Brotheridge
2008 Journal of Managerial Psychology  
Originality/value -This paper adds to the growing literatures of both self-leadership and emotion regulation, bringing them together to inform those who have failed with ways toward recovery.  ...  Findings -Using the context of failure, the authors suggest that emotion regulation and self-leadership can work together to help those who have experienced failure move toward recovery and do so more  ...  A person must know what it is that she is doing, or has been doing, before attempting to change behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02683940810850781 fatcat:67bmn3h3czfkda6kr743y4csjm

When Words Fail

Jerome D. Schein
1996 Contemporary Psychology  
When Words Fail David Goode A World Without Words: The Social Construction of Children Born Deaf and Blind Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994. 261 pp.  ...  Although Hob- son discusses normal and autistic devel- opment in great detail, there are no re- search findings presented in the book to substantiate Hobson’s core thesis that in- fants have functionally  ... 
doi:10.1037/002784 fatcat:yw55r6xhdfhdjjwszghgekst2y

Learning to fail

Michael D. Greenberg, Elizabeth M. Gerber
2014 Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '14  
Using a mixed-methods approach with data scraped from Kickstarter and interview data with failed crowdfunding project creators, we answer the following question: What do project creators on crowdfunding  ...  We find that creators who relaunch their projects succeed 43% of the time, and that most individuals find failure to be a positive experience.  ...  We wish to know why people leave platforms after they failed, and where do they turn to as alternatives? RQ2: What do creators of failed projects learn and change?  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556288.2557110 dblp:conf/chi/GreenbergG14 fatcat:wygtzldtczfhlbgcextj5ls62e

Why Teachers Fail

Myrton A. Packer
1968 Journal of Teacher Education  
Rather than failing, teachers to- day, when measured by the accepted stan- dards currently in vogue, are succeeding far better than they ever succeeded before.  ...  But what does all this have to do with learning?  ... 
doi:10.1177/002248716801900310 fatcat:lqr3ahrfjvgjbcufaq2gik2qhm

Failing to Fail nursing students among mentors: A confirmatory factor analysis of the Failing to Fail scale

Liv Bachmann, Cecilie Katrine Utheim Groenvik, Kari Westad Hauge, Signe Julnes
2019 Nursing Open  
The scale proved to be feasible to test whether mentors are Failing to Fail nursing students. The confirmatory factor analysis model supported the predictive validity of the "Failing to Fail" scale.  ...  The aim was to explore the psychometric properties with respect to the internal consistency reliability of the subject-specific questionnaire "Failing to Fail." Cross-sectional study.  ...  According to Schau (1998) , professionals are competent when they are fit or qualified for what they do. We labelled the factor "Insufficient competence in mentoring."  ... 
doi:10.1002/nop2.276 pmid:31367420 pmcid:PMC6650756 fatcat:mbncz3gnbfcgzjzrkrgoblkrpu

Oft Expectation Fails

Leon Wurmser
1988 Contemporary Psychology  
To this end the presentations by famous cartoonists, photos, tables, and special asides help to engage the reader in what Critelli calls an “informal dia- logue”’ with him.  ...  by most of the more recent works have often proven failing, even misleading.  ... 
doi:10.1037/030494 fatcat:yggsxyo4nnfdtkypvhw6ohri3q

Failing to Learn and Learning to Fail (Intelligently)

Mark D. Cannon, Amy C. Edmondson
2005 Long range planning  
Organizations are widely encouraged to learn from their failures, but it is something most find easier to espouse than to effect.  ...  associations, and view it instead as a critical first step in a journey of discovery and learning.  ...  We would also like to thank the LRP editor, as well as the Special Issue editors and the anonymous reviewers for very helpful feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lrp.2005.04.005 fatcat:owbzjbkxive5vgt5quriu74gsy

Why reforms fail

Wesley G. Skogan
2008 Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy  
The position of unions vis-a-vis change is highly variable, particularly if proposals do not threaten working conditions and officer safety.  ...  The public must understand how the investment they have in policing will be enhanced, and not threatened, by reform.  ...  First, when programs are new, sergeants are new to it as well. They do not know from their own experience how the job should be done, or what works.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10439460701718534 fatcat:tt4br74ydnhutmttvbggxn2tk4

When web search fails, searchers become askers

Qiaoling Liu, Eugene Agichtein, Gideon Dror, Yoelle Maarek, Idan Szpektor
2012 Proceedings of the 35th international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '12  
For this, we study the logs of a major web search engine to trace the transformation of a large number of failed searches into questions posted on a popular CQA site.  ...  information seeking.  ...  We conjecture that this is because searchers usually turn to search engines to find information instead of starting conversations.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2348283.2348390 dblp:conf/sigir/LiuADMS12 fatcat:jp6nx5svfvgazisv5g3hapoxim

Fail Often, Fail Big, and Fail Fast? Learning from Small Failures and R&D Performance in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Rajat Khanna, Isin Guler, Atul Nerkar
2016 Academy of Management Journal  
The findings contribute to the organizational learning literature by providing a nuanced view of learning from failures in experimentation.  ...  Do firms learn from their failed innovation attempts? Answering this question is important because failure is an integral part of exploratory learning.  ...  We are grateful to Aleksandra Rebeka and Scott Rockart, who provided valuable suggestions that substantially improved the paper.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2013.1109 fatcat:jzufsj7irbhoxbh2lf5g5pan2y

Why Standardization Efforts Fail

Carl F. Cargill
2011 Journal of Electronic Publishing  
AsLing (International Association for Advancement in Language Technology), which took over the organisation of this conference in 2014, is proud to present the proceedings of Translating and the Computer  ...  We are delighted to present our keynote speakers: Dieter Rummel and Henry Liu, representing respectively the by far largest and most complex translation service, The Directorate-General for Translation  ...  More information on the project can be found online at  ... 
doi:10.3998/3336451.0014.103 fatcat:dmw2l6nx5vaola6zjohsfggg7m

Divided we fail

I. Heath
2011 Clinical medicine (London)  
Each patient attempts, with more or less success, the aspiration described by Wordsworth in the Twelfth Book of The prelude: What our patients tell us when they find the words to speak the poem of their  ...  One of the key roles of the doctor is to work with patients to find an explanation of what is happening to them.  ... 
doi:10.7861/clinmedicine.11-6-576 pmid:22268313 fatcat:vb3ru5lwlrgh7hgbv3n6zqw5iq
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