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The last click: why users give up information network navigation
This work analyzes the differences between successful and abandoned navigation paths, and investigates how users make use of back clicks during their navigation, finding that users prefer backtracking to high-degree nodes that serve as landmarks and hubs for exploring the network of pages.
Learning Biological Processes with Global Constraints
This paper presents the task of process extraction, in which events within a process and the relations between the events are automatically extracted from text and shows significant improvement comparing to baselines that disregard process structure.
Information Network Search - Why do humans abandon Wayfinding?
- A. T. Scaria
- Computer Science
This paper explores the different traits of human navigation through information networks, the strategies that help them find the information sources that they need and finally tries to understand why some of the searches end up abandoned.