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Email's conduit function means the inbox, folders, search, and sort are used to support core PIM functions of task management, personal archiving, and contact management.
Personalization of information retrieval tailors search towards individual users to meet their particular information needs by taking into account information about users and their contexts, often… Continue Reading
Email was originally designed as a tool for asynchronous communication. However, its current usage goes far beyond that. One of the most commonly performed activities in email is the management of… Continue Reading
FotoFile is an experimental system for multimediaorganization and retrieval, based upon the design goal of makingmultimedia content accessible to non-expert users. Search andretrieval are done in… Continue Reading
Task has been recognized as an influential factor in information seeking behavior. An increasing number of studies are concentrating on the specific characteristics of the task as independent… Continue Reading
Assessment of mental workload using physiological measures, especially electroencephalography (EEG) signals, is an active area. Recently, a number of wireless acquisition systems to measure EEG and… Continue Reading
Relevance, a fundamental concept in information search and retrieval, is 80-years old . The recent decades have been ripe with work that brought a much better understanding of this rich concept.… Continue Reading
The search task and the system both affect the demand on cognitive resources during information search. In some situations, the demands may become too high for a person. This article has a three-fold… Continue Reading
This paper reports our investigation of differences in users' behavior between difficult and easy search tasks, as well as how these differences vary with different types of tasks. We also report how… Continue Reading
In two studies, we investigated the ability of a variety of structural and temporal measures computed from a web navigation path to predict lostness and task success. The user's task was to find… Continue Reading