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1Aldosari, M. ; Sanderson, M. ; Tam, A. ; Uitdenbogerd, A.L.: Understanding collaborative search for places of interest.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 67(2016) no.6, S.1331-1344.
Abstract: Finding a place of interest (e.g., a restaurant, hotel, or attraction) is often related to a group information need, however, the actual multiparty collaboration in such searches has not been explored, and little is known about its significance and related practices. We surveyed 100 computer science students and found that 94% (of respondents) searched for places online; 87% had done so as part of a group. Search for place by multiple active participants was experienced by 78%, with group sizes typically being 2 or 3. Search occurred in a range of settings with both desktop PCs and mobile devices. Difficulties were reported with coordinating tasks, sharing results, and making decisions. The results show that finding a place of interest is a quite different group-based search than other multiparty information-seeking activities. The results suggest that local search systems, their interfaces and the devices that access them can be made more usable for collaborative search if they include support for coordination, sharing of results, and decision making.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23466/abstract.
2Tam, A.M. ; Leung, C.H.C.: Structured natural-language descriptions for semantic content retrieval of visual materials.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and technology. 52(2001) no.11, S.930-937.
Abstract: Keyword search of multimedia collections lacks precision and automatic parsing of unrestricted natural language annotations lacks accuracy. We propose a structure for natural language descriptions of the semantic content of visual materials that requires descriptions to be (modified) keywords, phrases, or simple sentences, with components that are grammatical relations common to many languages. This structure makes it easy to implement a collection's descriptions as a relational database, enabling efficient search via the application of well-developed database-indexing methods. Description components may be elements from external resources (thesaurus, ontology, database, or knowledge base). This provides a rich superstructure for the meaningful retrieval of images by their semantic contents
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