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It is recognized by the Information Retrieval community that context affects the retrieval process. Query formulation and relevance assessment are stages where the user role is central. The first determines what the system will search for and the second is frequently used to evaluate how the system behaved. With a large human involvement, these stages are expected to be largely influenced by user and task characteristics. To analyze the influence of these context features on the specifieddoi:10.1145/1840784.1840815 dblp:conf/iiix/LopesR10 fatcat:kfw5bxbefvhrzkwnjo7ko6wyv4