Phil 3.14.18

7:00 – 4:00 ASRC MKT

  • Cannot log into my timesheet
  • Continuing along with TF. Got past the introductions and to the beginning of the coding.
  • Myanmar: UN blames Facebook for spreading hatred of Rohingya (The Guardia)
    • ‘Facebook has now turned into a beast’, says United Nations investigator, calling network a vehicle for ‘acrimony, dissension and conflict’
  • Related to the above (which was pointed out by the author in this tweet)
  • Keynote: Susan Dumais
    • Better Together: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Information Retreival
    • A solution to plato’s problem – latent semantic indexing
    • The road to LSI
    • LSI paper as dimension reduction Dumas et al 1988,
    • Search and context
      • Ranked list of 10 blue links
      • Need to understand the context in which they occur. Documents are intricately linked
      • Search is doe to accomplish something (picture of 2 people pointing at a chart/map?)
      • Short and long term models of interest (Bennett et al 2012)
      • Stuff I’ve Seen (2003) Becomes LifeBrowser
    • Future directions
      • ML will take over IR for better or worst
      • Moving from a world that indexe strings to a world that indexes things
      • Bing is doing pro/con with questions, state maintained dialog
  • Here and Now: Reality-Based Information Retrieval. [Perspective Paper]
    Wolfgang Büschel, Annett Mitschick and Raimund Dachselt

    • Perspective presentation on AR-style information retreival.
    • Maybe an virtual butler that behaves like an invisible freind?
  • A Study of Immediate Requery Behavior in Search.
    Haotian Zhang, Mustafa Abualsaud and Mark Smucker
  • Exploring Document Retrieval Features Associated with Improved Short- and Long-term Vocabulary Learning Outcomes.
    Rohail Syed and Kevyn Collins-Thompson
  • Switching Languages in Online Searching: A Qualitative Study of Web Users’ Code-Switching Search Behaviors.
    Jieyu Wang and Anita Komlodi
  • A Comparative User Study of Interactive Multilingual Search Interfaces.
    Chenjun Ling, Ben Steichen and Alexander Choulos

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