[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-909

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EuroHCIR 2012
European Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval

Proceedings of the 2nd European Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval

Nijmegen, The Netherlands, August 25, 2012.

Edited by

Max L. Wilson *
Tony Russell-Rose **
Birger Larsen ***
James Kalbach ****

* University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
** UXLabs, UK
*** The Royal School of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen, Denmark
**** USEEDS°, Germany

Table of Contents

    Session 1: Methods & Measures

  1. Using Card Sorts to Understand how Users Think of Personal Information 3-6
    Paul Thomas, David Elsweiler
  2. Using Semantic Differentials for an Evaluative View of the Search Engine as an Interactive System 7-10
    Frances Johnson
  3. The Fault, Dear Researchers, is not in Cranfield, But in our Metrics, that they are Unrealistic 11-12
    Mark D. Smucker, Charles L. A. Clarke
  4. Session 2: Studies & Results

  5. A Model of Consumer Search Behaviour 13-16
    Tony Russell-Rose, Stephann Makri
  6. Revisiting User Information Needs in Aggregated Search 17-20
    Shanu Sushmita, Martin Halvey, Mounia Lalmas, Robert Villa
  7. Improving Search Experience on Distributed Leisure Events 21-24
    Richard Schaller, Morgan Harvey, David Elsweiler
  8. Session 3: Designs & Ideas

  9. Opinion Mapping: Information Visualization Approaches for Comparative Sentiment Analysis 25-28
    William Hsu, Praveen Koduru
  10. Search System Functions for Supporting Search Modes 29-32
    Thomas Beckers, Norbert Fuhr
  11. Ingredients for a User Interface to Support Media Studies Researchers in Data Collection 33-36
    Marc Bron, Frank Nack, Maarten De Rijke, Jasmijn Van Gorp
  12. Posters

  13. Exploring Italian Wine: a Case Study of Aesthetics and Interaction in a Generative Information Visualization Method 37-40
    Luca Buriano
  14. From Task-based Evaluation to Feature-based Evaluation in Personal Search 41-42
    Seyedeh Sargol Sadeghi, Mark Sanderson, Falk Scholer
  15. Visualization of Clandestine Labs from Seizure Reports: Thematic Mapping and Data Mining Research Directions 43-46
    William Hsu, Mohammed Abduljabbar, Ryuichi Osuga, Max Lu, Wesam Elshamy
  16. Towards Detecting Wikipedia Task Contexts 47-50
    Hanna Knäusl, David Elsweiler, Bernd Ludwig
  17. CUES: Cognitive Usability Evaluation System 51-54
    Matthew Pike, Max L. Wilson, Anna Divoli, Alyona Medelyan
  18. Collaborative Environment of the PROMISE Infrastructure: an "ELEGantt" Approach 55-58
    Preben Hansen, Claudio Bartolini, Gregorio Convertino, Giuseppe Santucci, Marco Angelini, Guido Granato
  19. Search User Interface Design for Children: Challenges and Solutions 59-62
    Tatiana Gossen, Marcus Nitsche, Andreas Nuernberger
  20. EyeGrab: A Gaze-based Game with a Purpose to Enrich Image Context Information 63-66
    Tina Walber, Chantal Neuhaus, Ansgar Scherp
  21. Using Wordclouds to Navigate and Summarize Twitter Search Results 67-70
    Rianne Kaptein
  22. Do Users Benefit from Controlled Vocabularies in Search Interfaces? 71-74
    Ying-Hsang Liu, Paul Thomas, Jan-Felix Schmakeit, Tom Gedeon
  23. User-Centred Design to Support Exploration and Path Creation in Cultural Heritage Collections 75-78
    Paula Goodale, Paul Clough, Nigel Ford, Mark Hall, Mark Stevenson, Samuel Fernando, Nikolaos Aletras, Kate Fernie, Phil Archer, Andrea De Polo
  24. Supporting Serendipitous and Focused Search 79-82
    Junte Zhang
  25. Vague Query Formulation by Design 83-86
    Marcus Nitsche, Andreas Nuernberger

26-Sep-2012: submitted by Max L. Wilson
02-Oct-2012: published on CEUR-WS.org