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Toronto, Canada, 17 - 22 July 2016
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Human Interface and the Management of Information Best Paper Award

Human Interface and the Management of Information Best Paper Award. Details in text following the image.

Best Paper Award for the Human Interface and the Management of Information thematic area, in the context of HCI International 2016, 17 - 22 July 2016, Toronto, Canada

 

Certificate for best paper award of the Human Interface and the Management of Information thematic area. Details in text following the image

Certificate for Best Paper Award of the Human Interface and the Management of Information thematic area
conferred to

Miki Matsumuro and Kazuhisa Miwa
(Nagoya University, Japan)


for the paper entitled

"Knowledge Used for Information Search: A Computer Simulation Study"

Presented in the context of
HCI International 2016
17 - 22 July 2016, Toronto, Canada

Paper Abstract
"In this study, we investigated the types of knowledge utilized by users to search for information. Previous studies have emphasized the importance of acquiring the understanding of a hierarchical information structure. We defined the knowledge about such an information structure as “structural knowledge.” Recently, user interfaces (UIs) have provided information in a more graphical manner. Stimuli on the UIs’ displays have various properties (e.g., format, color, and size). We predicted that these perceptual features of the stimuli on the display, which we defined as “perceptual knowledge,” would be important for information searching. Three computer models were created for simulation: The Structural Knowledge model, which included only structural knowledge; the Perceptual Knowledge model, which included only perceptual knowledge; and the Mixed Knowledge model, which included both perceptual and partial structural knowledge. The simulation results showed that the Mixed Knowledge model could predict how human participants would search for information. We concluded that users utilize both perceptual and structural knowledge to search for information."

The full paper is available through SpringerLink, provided that you have proper access rights.

 

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