An Eye-Tracking Study of Query Reformulation

@inproceedings{Eickhoff2015AnES,
  title={An Eye-Tracking Study of Query Reformulation},
  author={Carsten Eickhoff and Sebastian Dungs and Vu Tran},
  booktitle={SIGIR},
  year={2015}
}
Information about a user's domain knowledge and interest can be important signals for many information retrieval tasks such as query suggestion or result ranking. State-of-the-art user models rely on coarse-grained representations of the user's previous knowledge about a topic or domain. In this paper, we study query refinement using eye-tracking in order to gain precise and detailed insight into which terms the user was exposed to in a search session and which ones they showed a particular… CONTINUE READING
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