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Gareth Renaud, Leif Azzopardi
2012 Proceedings of the 4th Information Interaction in Context Symposium on - IIIX '12  
Conducting Interactive Information Retrieval (IIR) research is often seen as an arduous and tedious process with a high barrier to entry.  ...  We use this evaluation to showcase the di↵erent features of the SCAMP system and report on how participants perform under di cult querying conditions.  ...  INTRODUCTION Interactive Information Retrieval experiments often provide invaluable and deep insights into the retrieval process [6] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2362724.2362776 dblp:conf/iiix/RenaudA12 fatcat:l533hfe3zneafptwm54gu3omv4

Augmenting and Limiting Search Queries

Elaine G. Toms, Luanne Freund, Cara Li
2002 Text Retrieval Conference  
We know from experience with government information that finding the right department and sub-department is often key to the right information.  ...  All have used the web for two to four years. Forty-six per cent use a computer for 11 or more hours a week and use the web for an almost equal additional amount of time.  ...  WiIRE -the Web Information Retrieval Experimentation System prototype WiIRE enabled the processing of participants in three groups, rather than the usual one-on-one, two-hour sessions; this resulted in  ... 
dblp:conf/trec/TomsFL02 fatcat:bzohxsyfbzdaxlzebicreo4zb4

Report on the Workshop on Barriers to Interactive IR Resources Re-use (BIIRRR 2018)

Toine Bogers, Maria Gäde, Mark Michael, Luanne Freund, Marijn Koolen, Vivien Petras, Mette Skov
2018 SIGIR Forum  
The TREC Interactive Track, which ran from 1997 to 2002 [8], contributed to the standardization of protocols for experimental search studies, and involved the use of shared tasks and systems.  ...  The means by which components such as search tasks, experimental protocols, questionnaire designs, reporting standards, evaluation procedures, data collections, and the search interaction data produced  ...  sharing of resources for interactive information retrieval (IIR) experimentation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3274784.3274795 fatcat:gm36tcbckbcexgzk2iwbiidebm

Exploiting task-document relations in support of information retrieval in the workplace

Luanne Freund
2008 SIGIR Forum  
Existing systems are designed to retrieve information that is relevant to the query, but are not capable of identifying information that is well-suited to the context and situation of a search.  ...  Increasingly, workplace information seeking takes place in digital information environments and is reliant upon search systems.  ...  , together with their unwillingness to engage in lengthy interactions with the system or the information objects retrieved.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1480506.1480529 fatcat:gohltw3bczhnxce3yf4rjugpc4

Lexikos 7

Lexikos Lexikos
2012 Lexikos  
in order to activate another practice, i.e. the cultural Lexi1cos 7 (AFRILEX-reeks/series 7: 1997): 45-57  ...  Sleutelwoorde: LEMMATISERING, ADJEKTIEWE, SEPEDI, MAKROSTRUKTUUR, GEBRlrnKERSPERSPEKTIEF Introduction According to Wiegand (1989: 251) lexicography is a practice aimed at the production of dictionaries  ...  how to retrieve lexicographical information from the dictionary.  ... 
doi:10.5788/7-1-966 fatcat:xtrmznpxnzgk3it5tfoquhfofy

\/)/^<i CJ^ji^^-^n^ A Safe and EfRcient Agent Architecture

Woo Cheon, Soe-Tsyr Yuan
1997 Informatica   unpublished
Furthermore, the agent should exercise safety enforcement in a computation tractable manner. In a complex world, the agent often does not have complete Information.  ...  How can an agent maintain its safety enforcement with incomplete Information in a computation tractable manner? This paper presents an agent architecture which can be used to solve the above problem.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the financial support of the Korea Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) for this work. Acknowledgements The author would like to thank M.  ...