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FXPAL @ CHI 2018

This year FXPAL is happy to present four papers (three long papers and one case study) at CHI 2018 in Montreal. Our featured work this year investigates the themes of Human-Centered Workstyle, Information Visualization, and Internet of Things. You can check out the papers now: Long Papers Challenges and Opportunities for Technology-Supported Activity Reporting in […] → Read More: FXPAL @ CHI 2018

FXPAL @ CHI 2018

This year FXPAL is happy to present four papers (three long papers and one case study) at CHI 2018 in Montreal. Our featured work this year investigates the themes of Human-Centered Workstyle, Information Visualization, and Internet of Things. You can check out the papers now: Long Papers Challenges and Opportunities for Technology-Supported Activity Reporting in […] → Read More: FXPAL @ CHI 2018

SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge […] → Read More: SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge […] → Read More: SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge […] → Read More: SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge […] → Read More: SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge […] → Read More: SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SWIRL (http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/swirl12/index.php) is a workshop series that aims to explore the long-range issues in information retrieval.  The 2012 meeting will take place next month in Lorne, Victoria, Australia. Participants were asked to nominate three papers that “represent important new directions, research areas, or results in the IR field.”  Since highlighting the bleeding (and soon-to-be-bleeding) edge […] → Read More: SWIRL ’12 looks at The Future of IR

SIGIR 2011 Highlight: “Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind”

A “highlights” post is meant to call attention to a paper which grabbed our attention and we think is worth your time.  This paper, “Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind: On the Effect of Social and Physical Detachment on Information Need” by Elad Yom-Tov and Fernando Diaz won an honorable mention last week at […] → Read More: SIGIR 2011 Highlight: “Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind”

SIGIR 2011 Highlight: “Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind”

A “highlights” post is meant to call attention to a paper which grabbed our attention and we think is worth your time.  This paper, “Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind: On the Effect of Social and Physical Detachment on Information Need” by Elad Yom-Tov and Fernando Diaz won an honorable mention last week at […] → Read More: SIGIR 2011 Highlight: “Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind”

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