Richard J. Hartley

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INTRODUCTION Ankle fractures are common injuries affecting all age groups and constitute a large proportion of the orthopaedic trauma case load. Patients are usually admitted directly to the ward from the emergency department and a large number of bed-days are spent waiting for the ankle swelling to subside prior to surgery. We audited current practice and(More)
User interface design for content-based image retrieval systems is proving to be a fruitful area of research. However, a number of design issues need to be addressed. The major problem lies in the need to provide users with high-quality interfaces for query formulation and display of results. This paper describes the background and intentions of a new(More)
This project investigates the feasibility of the use of user-satisfaction as a multidimensional evaluative construct of search engines. Search engine developments are reviewed to reveal a range of indexing and retrieval techniques that may assist casual users in the information retrieval task. Yet few evaluation studies have considered the impact of system(More)