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Author Crestani, Fabio, author

Title Mobile information retrieval / Fabio Crestani, Stefano Mizzaro, Ivan Scagnetto
Published Cham : Springer, 2017
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Series SpringerBriefs in computer science
SpringerBriefs in computer science.
Contents 1 Introduction; 1.1 Information Retrieval with Mobile Devices; 1.2 Motivations and Methodology; 1.3 Outline; 2 From IR to Mobile IR; 2.1 Information Retrieval; 2.1.1 Brief Introduction to Information Retrieval; 2.1.2 Information Retrieval Evaluation; 2.1.3 Interactive Information Retrieval; 2.2 Mobile Information Retrieval; 2.3 The Literature Landscape of Mobile IR; 2.4 Conclusions; 3 Foundations; 3.1 The Mobile Phone Device; 3.2 The Role of Technology and Society; 3.3 The Concept of Relevance; 3.4 Mobile IR Models; 3.5 Conclusions; 4 Documents; 4.1 Text; 4.2 Multimedia; 4.3 Apps
4.4 Movement Data, POIs, and IoT4.5 Conclusions; 5 Users and Information Needs; 5.1 Log Analysis; 5.1.1 First Studies; 5.1.2 Follow-Ups and More Complete Studies; 5.1.3 Third Wave; 5.1.4 Related Studies; 5.2 User Studies, Surveys, Interviews, and Diary Studies; 5.3 Conclusions; 6 User Interface; 6.1 A Different User Interface; 6.2 Input; 6.2.1 Text Based Input; 6.2.2 Spoken Input; 6.2.3 Mobile Phone Sensors; 6.2.4 Zero-Term Queries; 6.2.5 Intelligent Personal Assistants (IPAs); 6.3 Output; 6.3.1 Text Based Presentation; 6.3.2 Summarisation; 6.3.3 Results Visualisation
6.4 Query Reformulation and Query Expansion6.5 Conclusions; 7 Context Awareness; 7.1 Defining Context; 7.2 Context Awareness Dimensions; 7.2.1 Location Awareness; 7.2.2 Time Awareness; 7.2.3 Beyond Location and Time Awareness; 7.2.4 Social Awareness; 7.3 Conclusions; 8 Evaluation; 8.1 The Importance of Evaluation; 8.2 User Studies; 8.2.1 Evaluation of Mobile IR Systems; 8.2.2 Evaluation of IPAs; 8.3 Test Collections; 8.3.1 Early Attempts; 8.3.2 TREC and NTCIR; 8.4 Conclusions; 9 Conclusions and Outlook; 9.1 Summary; 9.2 Outlook: Mobile IR Trends; References
Summary This book offers a helpful starting point in the scattered, rich, and complex body of literature on Mobile Information Retrieval (Mobile IR), reviewing more than 200 papers in nine chapters. Highlighting the most interesting and influential contributions that have appeared in recent years, it particularly focuses on both user interaction and techniques for the perception and use of context, which, taken together, shape much of today's research on Mobile IR. The book starts by addressing the differences between IR and Mobile IR, while also reviewing the foundations of Mobile IR research. It then examines the different kinds of documents, users, and information needs that can be found in Mobile IR, and which set it apart from standard IR. Next, it discusses the two important issues of user interfaces and context-awareness. In closing, it covers issues related to the evaluation of Mobile IR applications. Overall, the book offers a valuable tool, helping new and veteran researchers alike to navigate this exciting and highly dynamic area of research
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed August 16, 2017)
Subject Information retrieval.
Mobile computing.
Form Electronic book
Author Mizzaro, Stefano, author
Scagnetto, Ivan, author
ISBN 3319607774 (electronic bk.)
9783319607771 (electronic bk.)