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Accurately interpreting clickthrough data as implicit feedback
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This paper examines the reliability of implicit feedback generated from clickthrough data in WWW search. Expand
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Accurately interpreting clickthrough data as implicit feedback
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This paper examines the reliability of implicit feedback generated from clickthrough data in WWW search. Expand
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In Google We Trust: Users' Decisions on Rank, Position, and Relevance
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An eye tracking experiment revealed that college student users have substantial trust in Google’s ability to rank results by their true relevance to the query, even if the abstracts themselves were less relevant. Expand
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Evaluating the accuracy of implicit feedback from clicks and query reformulations in Web search
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This article examines the reliability of implicit feedback generated from clickthrough data and query reformulations in World Wide Web (WWW) search. Expand
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Eye-tracking analysis of user behavior in WWW search
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We investigate how users interact with the results page of a WWW search engine using eye-tracking, focusing on the amount of time spent viewing the presented abstracts and how they select links for further exploration. Expand
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The laptop and the lecture: The effects of multitasking in learning environments
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We investigated the effects of wireless computing in the classroom on memory, memory, perception, and attention in an upper level Communications course. Expand
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Social networks, communication styles, and learning performance in a CSCL community
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The aim of this study is to empirically investigate the relationships between communication styles, social networks, and learning performance in a computer-supported collaborative learning community. Expand
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Finding social roles in Wikipedia
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This paper investigates some of the social roles people play in the online community of Wikipedia. Expand
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The influence of task and gender on search and evaluation behavior using Google
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We find that the query result abstracts are viewed in the order of their ranking in only about one fifth of the cases, and only about three abstracts per result page are viewed at all. Expand
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PAM: a photographic affect meter for frequent, in situ measurement of affect
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This work presents PAM, the Photographic Affect Meter, a novel tool for measuring affect in which users select from a wide variety of photos the one which best suits their current mood. Expand
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