HCI International 2013 – Models for Spatial and Embodied Interaction
Improving Motive-Based Search
Utilization of Vague Fe...
HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 2 | 8
__ research project »VISEA - Visual Search Interfaces«
__ focus: visu...
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															(cf. Broder 2002, Jansen 2008, 	
															Marchi...
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Supporting Motive-Based Search (1)
Aspects:
Inspiration
__ create new...
HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 5 | 8
Supporting Motive-Based Search (2)
Levels (Beckers & Fuhr 2012):
Synt...
HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 6 | 8
Supporting Motive-Based Search (3)
physical devices
software componen...
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Outlook
__ Providing functions for aspects (inspiration, investigatio...
References
Broder, A.: A taxonomy of Web search. SIGIR Forum, 36(2), 3–10., 2002
Jansen, B. J., Booth, D. L., Spink, A.: D...
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Improving Motive-Based Search: Utilization of Vague Feelings and Ideas in the Process of Information Seeking

  1. 1. HCI International 2013 – Models for Spatial and Embodied Interaction Improving Motive-Based Search Utilization of Vague Feelings and Ideas in the Process of Information Seeking 24 JULY 2013 – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Chair of Media Design Faculty of Computer Science / Technische Universität Dresden This work has been supported by the European Union and the Free State Saxony through the European Regional Development Fund. Mandy Keck
  2. 2. HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 2 | 8 __ research project »VISEA - Visual Search Interfaces« __ focus: visual interfaces for the product search Problem: vague information need has to be transformed into a specific search query (Dörk et al. 2012) Our Objective: supporting vague feelings and ideas in the process of information seeking Introduction Fig. 1 travel search interface: www.opodo.com Fig. 2 search interface for financial products: www.boerse-stuttgart.de
  3. 3. HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 3 | 8 (cf. Broder 2002, Jansen 2008, Marchionini 2006, White 2009) Motive: __ cause of search, specifies some general conditions __ influenced by emotions and interests of the user Motive-Based Search NAVIGATIONAL SEARCHING TRANSACTIONAL SEARCHING INFORMATIONAL SEARCHING reaching a particular site performing a certain transaction acquisition of information MOTIVE-BASED SEARCH LOOKUP EXPLORATORY SEARCH known-item-search, fact-finding, verification knowledge acquisition, discovery, comparison vague information need (motive), aim: finding a suitable product
  4. 4. HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 4 | 8 Supporting Motive-Based Search (1) Aspects: Inspiration __ create new ideas __ broaden the scope Investigation __ construct and organize knowledge space __ don't get lost Evaluation __ select, exclude, prioritize __ narrow the scope, create focus Aspects Level Inspiration Investigation Evaluation
  5. 5. HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 5 | 8 Supporting Motive-Based Search (2) Levels (Beckers & Fuhr 2012): Syntactic Level __ based on the contents of web pages and databases __ requirement of explicit interaction Semantic Level __ centred on the content __ intelligent and implicit user support Pragmatic Level __ concerned with the context of the user's interaction with the machine __ observe and understand the context of the user Aspects Level Syntactic Level Semantic Level Pragmatic Level
  6. 6. HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 6 | 8 Supporting Motive-Based Search (3) physical devices software components sensors, etc. discovery aggregation provide Context Components Context Base Context Layer Web Service Layer Service Composition Service Discovery Input/Output Layer Fig. 3 Layered architecture of context services based on (Li & Zheng 2008)
  7. 7. HCI International 2013 24.JULY 2013 Mandy Keck 7 | 8 Outlook __ Providing functions for aspects (inspiration, investigation, evaluation) and semantic & pragmatic level __ Current work: concepts for inspiration Fig. 4 inspiration for travel search Fig. 5 query by example Fig. 6 inspirator for travel destination
  8. 8. References Broder, A.: A taxonomy of Web search. SIGIR Forum, 36(2), 3–10., 2002 Jansen, B. J., Booth, D. L., Spink, A.: Determining the informational, navigational, and transactional intent of Web que- ries. Inf. Process. Manage. 44, 1251-1266., 2008 Marchionini, G.: Exploratory search: from finding to understanding. Communications of the ACM. New York, USA: ACM, 41-46, 2006 White, R. W., Roth, R. A.: Exploratory Search: Beyond the Query-Response Paradigm. San Rafael, California: Morgan and Claypool Publishers, 2009 Dörk, M.; Williamson, C. and Carpendale, S.: Navigating tomorrow‘s web: From searching and browsing to visual ex- ploration, ACM Trans. Web 6, 3, Article 13, 28 pages. New York, USA, 2012 Li, Y., Zheng, X.: A Personalized Service Oriented Pragmatic-Context Architecture and Supporting System. Seventh International Symposium on Instrumentation and Control Technology, 2008

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