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 Sanna W. Kumpulainen

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Average citations per article5.50
Citation Count33
Publication count6
Publication years2008-2017
Available for download5
Average downloads per article184.80
Downloads (cumulative)924
Downloads (12 Months)185
Downloads (6 Weeks)24
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March 2017 CHIIR '17: Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Conference Human Information Interaction and Retrieval
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 0
Downloads (6 Weeks): 10,   Downloads (12 Months): 74,   Downloads (Overall): 74

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People usually search information by using queries that are targeted to match the wording of the documents in the collections. However, during their search processes they may discover some useful pieces of information they did not expect. Serendipitous searching occurs when people search for information, but during their search process ...
Keywords: information encountering, user survey, user satisfaction, chance encounters

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March 2015 ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) - Special Issue on Contextual Search and Recommendation: Volume 33 Issue 1, March 2015
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 6
Downloads (6 Weeks): 10,   Downloads (12 Months): 86,   Downloads (Overall): 388

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Evaluation is central in research and development of information retrieval (IR). In addition to designing and implementing new retrieval mechanisms, one must also show through rigorous evaluation that they are effective. A major focus in IR is IR mechanisms’ capability of ranking relevant documents optimally for the users, given a ...
Keywords: evaluation, Task-based information interaction

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August 2014 IIiX '14: Proceedings of the 5th Information Interaction in Context Symposium
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 1
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The paper reports a test exploring how retrieved documents are browsed. The access point to the documents was varied -- starting either from the beginning of the document or from the point where relevant information is located -- to find out how much browsing and context the users need to ...
Keywords: best entry point, document browsing patterns

January 2012 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology: Volume 63 Issue 1, January 2012
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Citation Count: 8

We analyze barriers to task-based information access in molecular medicine, focusing on research tasks, which provide task performance sessions of varying complexity. Molecular medicine is a relevant domain because it offers thousands of digital resources as the information environment. Data were collected through shadowing of real work tasks. Thirty work ...

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August 2010 IIiX '10: Proceedings of the third symposium on Information interaction in context
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 12
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Task-based information access is a significant context for studying information interaction and for developing information retrieval (IR) systems. Molecular medicine (MM) is an information-intensive and rapidly growing task domain, which aims at providing new approaches to the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of various diseases. The development of bioinformatics databases and ...
Keywords: molecular medicine, task-based information access, user studies, integrated information environment

September 2008 BCS-HCI '08: Proceedings of the 22nd British HCI Group Annual Conference on People and Computers: Culture, Creativity, Interaction - Volume 2
Publisher: BCS Learning & Development Ltd.
Citation Count: 6
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The SenseCam is a passive capture wearable camera, worn around the neck and developed by Microsoft Research in the UK. When worn continuously it takes an average of 2,000 images per day. It was originally envisaged for use within the domain of Human Digital Memory to create a personal lifelog ...
Keywords: microsoft SenseCam, task observation

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