Information Retrieval Systems: A Perspective on Human Computer Interaction
InSITE 2006 • Volume 6 • 2006
Traditional information systems design and development methodologies tend to overly focus on the technical details of the system such as memory management, system internals, algorithms and modules. It is not unusual for system designers and developers to often completely omit from the thought process the human element. This article offers a new information systems perspective particularly for information retrieval systems with a focus on human computer interaction.
Information retrieval, human computer interaction, relevance feedback
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