A review of research on human-computer interfaces for online information retrieval systems

@article{Ahmed2009ARO,
  title={A review of research on human-computer interfaces for online information retrieval systems},
  author={S. M. Zabed Ahmed and Cliff McKnight and Charles Oppenheim},
  journal={The Electronic Library},
  year={2009},
  volume={27},
  pages={96-116}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this article is to review the research on human‐computer interfaces for library‐based commercial online information retrieval (IR) systems.Design/methodology/approach – The review first focuses on basic interface issues for information retrieval such as interface style, end‐user searching, query formulation, relevance feedback and browsing. The second part deals with cognitive engineering in IR including mental models and individual differences. Finally, the topics on… CONTINUE READING

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