Phil 3.11.18

7:00 – 5:00 ASRC MKT

  • Notes from Coursera Deep Learning courses by Andrew Ng. Cool notes by Tess Ferrandez <- nice Angular stuff here too
  • Kill Math project for math visualizations
    • The power to understand and predict the quantities of the world should not be restricted to those with a freakish knack for manipulating abstract symbols.
  • Leif Azzopardi
  • CHIIR 2018 DC today! I’m on after lunch! Impostor syndrome well spun up right now
    • Contextualizing Information Needs of Patients with Chronic Conditions Using Smartphones
      • Henna Kim
      • What about the OpenAPS project?
      • recognition that patients need pieces of information to accomplish health related work to better manage their condition to health and wellness
      • Information needs arise from talks???
      • Goals that patients pursue for a long period of time
  • Task-based Information Seeking in Different Study Settings
    • Yiwei Wang
    • People are influenced by their natural environment. Also the cognitive environment
    • What about nomadic/flock/stampede?
    • She needs a research browser!
    • Need for cognition
  • The Moderator Effect of Working Memory and Emotion on the Relationship between Information Overload and Online Health Information Quality
    • Yung-Sheng Chang
    • Information overload and information behavior/attitude
    • Overload is also the inability to simplify. Framing should help with incorporation
  • Exploring the effects of social contexts on task-based information seeking behavior
    • Eun Youp Rha
    • Socio-cultural context
    • A task is only recognizable within a certain context when people agree it is a task
    • Sociocultural mental processes. Perception, memory, Classification signification (Zerubavel, 1997)
      • Sociology of perception
      • Sociology of attention
      • Practice theory – Viewing human actions as regular performances of ritualized actions
    • How do tow communities in different places evolve different norms?
  • Distant Voices in the Dark: Understanding the incongruent information needs of fiction authors and readers
    • Carol Butler
    • Authors and readers interact with each other
    • What about The Martian?
    • Also, fanfiction?
    • Authors want to interact with other authors, readers with readers.
    • Also writing for peers where readers are assumed not to exist (technical publications)
    • Writing and reading is built around an industrial process (mass entertainment in general? What about theater?)
    • Stigma around self-publishing
    • Not much need to interact because they don’t get that much from each other. Also, the book has just been released and the readers haven’t read it. What question do you ask when you haven’t read the book yet? This leads to the “same stupid questions”
    • Library catalogs that incorporate social media. Sense is that it failed?
    • BookTube?
  • On the Interplay Between Search Behavior and Collections in Digital Libraries and Archives
    • Tessel Bogaard
    • Digital library, with text, meta information, clickstreams in logs
    • How do we let the domain curators understand their users
    • Family announcements are disproportionately popular. Short sessions, with few clicks and documents
    • WWII documents are from prolonged interactions
    • Grouping sessions using k medoid using user interactions  and facets. Use average silhouette widths (how similar are the clusters) Stability over time
    • Markov cahin analysis
    • Side by side comparison over teh whole data set
    • Session graph (published demo paper)
  • Creative Search: Using Search to Leverage Your Everyday Creativity
    • Yinglong Zhang
    • Creativity can be taught
    • To be creative, you need to acquire deep domain knowledge. High dimensions. Implies that thinking in low dimensions are creativity constraining.
    • Crowdsourcing tools (Yu, Kittur, and Kraut 2016)
    • Free form web curation (Kerne et. al)
  • Diversity-Enhanced Recommendation Interface and Evaluation
    • Chun-Hua Tsai
    • Diversity-enhanced interface design
    • Continuous Controlability and experience
    • Very LMN-like
    • Interface is swamped by familiarity. Minimum delta from current interfaces.
  • Towards Human-Like Conversational Search Systems
    • Mateusz Dubiel
    • More experience = more use.
    • Needs more conversational?
    • Enable navigation through converation?
    • Back chaining and forward chaining
    • Asking for clarification
    • Turn taking
  • Room 225
  • Journal of information research
  • Paul Thomas (MS Research)
  • Ryan White (MS Research)
  • Jimmy Lin (Ex Twitter)
  • Dianne Kelly.

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