IIiX 2008 - London


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Accepted Papers

Session 1: Interactive IR - 1

  • Tagging for Use: an analysis of use-centred resource description
    L. Freund, University of British Columbia, Canada & R. Butterworth, UK
  • Search strategies in multimodal image retrieval
    S. Westman, A. Lustila & P. Oittinen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

Session 2: Context retrieval models

  • Types of query reformulation, search performance, and term suggestion device in question-answering tasks
    Y.H. Liu & N. Belkin, Rutgers University, USA
  • Novelty as a form of contextual re-ranking: Efficient KLD models and mixture models
    R.T. Fernández & D.E.L. Carril, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
  • A graph based approach to estimating lexical cohesion
    H. Gürkök, M. Karamuftuoglu & M. Schaal, Bilkent University, Turkey

Session 3: Personalisation

  • A study of remembered context for information access from personal digital Archives
    L. Kelly, Y. Chen, M. Fuller & G. Jones, Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Activity put in context: Passively monitoring the user’s document interaction to identify implicit task context
    K. Gyllstrom, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, USA; C. Soules & A. Veitch, HP Labs, USA
  • Learning user interests for a session-based personalized search
    M. Daoud, L. Tamine-Lechani & M. Boughanem, IRIT, France

Session 4: Evaluation & relevance - 1

  • Retrieval of context-aware applications on mobile devices: How to evaluate?
    S. Mizzaro, E. Nazzi & L. Vassena, University of Udine, Italy
  • Content or context? Searching for musical meaning in task-based interactive information retrieval (research-in-progress)
    C. Inskip, A. Macfarlane, City University London, UK & P. Rafferty, University of Aberystwyth, Wales
  • The effects of performance feedback on users’ evaluations of an interactive IR System
    D. Kelly, C. Shah, C. Sugimoto, E. Bailey, R. Clemens, A.K. Irvine, N.A. Johnson, W. Ke, S. Oh, A. Poljakova, M.A. Rodriguez, M.G. van Noord & Y.Z. All, University of North Carolina, USA

Session 5: Interactive IR - 2

  • Improving skim reading for document triage
    G. Buchanan & T. Owen, Swansea University, UK
  • Comparing collaborative and independent search in a recall-oriented task
    H. Joho, D. Hannah & J.M. Jose, University of Glasgow, UK
  • A task-based information retrieval interface to support bioinformatics analysis (research-in-progress)
    J. Bartlett, McGill University, Canada & T. Neugebauer, Concordia University, Canada

Session 6: Museum & archives in contexts

  • Access to archival material in context
    K.N. Fachry, J. Kamps & J. Zhang, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Exploring information seeking behaviour in a digital museum context (research-in-progress)
    M. Skov & P. Ingwersen, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark
  • Characteristics of information needs for television broadcasts of scholars and students in media studies
    B. Kirkegaard & P. Borlund, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark

Session 7: Evaluation & relevance - 2

  • Searchers' relevance judgments and criteria in evaluating Web pages in a learning style perspective
    C. Papaeconomou, A. Zijlema & P. Ingwersen, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark
  • Deriving context from users' evaluations to inform software development (research-in-progress)
    S. Barrett, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, UK & C. Inskip, City University London, UK
  • Experiences evaluating personal metasearch (research-in-progress)
    P. Thomas & D. Hawking, CSIRO, Australia

Session 8: Information Seeking

  • Optimal access to information while writing: Writing in the Internet age
    O.M. Ramos, Radboud University of Nijmegen, The Netherland; M.G.C. Vergara, University of Granada, Spain; M.C.P. Melguizo & L. Boves, Radboud University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • Towards a model of children’s information seeking behavior in using digital libraries
    D. Bilal & S. Sarangthem, University of Tennessee, USA; I. Bachir, Lebanese University, Lebanon
  • Differences between informational and transactional tasks in information seeking on the Web
    H. Terai, Tokyo Denki University, Japan; H. Saito, Aichi University of Education, Japan; Y. Egusa, National Institute for Educational Policy Research, Japan; M. Takaku, Research Organization of Information and Systems, Japan; M. Miwa, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan & N. Kando, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

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