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Towards intelligent search interfaces: visualising query results by relating meta-data to user-relevance

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4 Author(s)
Lee, M.D. ; Div. of Commun., Defence Sci. & Technol. Organ., Salisbury, SA, Australia ; Roberts, G.M. ; Sollich, F. ; Woodruff, C.J.

Summary form only given. Our concern is to exploit user behaviour in the interaction between humans and computers. By doing this we expect to move towards adaptive human-computer interaction. The work reported addresses the coordinated use of user behaviours and meta-data generated during interactive computer-mediated information searches. The context used to develop this idea is that of searching the Web for information. This work is in the spirit of the Okapi Projects (Robertson, 1997; Beaulieu, 1997), and the TREC Interactive Track Matrix (Lagergren and Over, 1998), but differs in that access to user behaviours is completely unobtrusive

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Computer Human Interaction Conference, 1998. Proceedings. 1998 Australasian

Date of Conference:

30 Nov-4 Dec 1998