Strategies for Guiding Interactive Search: An Empirical Investigation Into the Consequences of Label Relevance for Assessment and Selection

Duncan P. Brumby, Andrew Howes
2008 Human-Computer Interaction  
Brief Authors' Biographies: Duncan Brumby is a cognitive scientist with an interest in human-computer interaction, eye-tracking, and computational cognitive modeling; he is an Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Computer Science at Drexel University. Andrew Howes is a cognitive scientist with an interest in the constraints on cognitive adaptation; he is a Reader in the Manchester Business School, University of Manchester. Abstract: 254 Total number of words: 16,500 (not including references, tables, and figures)
doi:10.1080/07370020701851078 fatcat:cszkx6zn6nh2dgykehb4af5sia