List of Accepted Papers

14 paper submissions have been reviewed by the Program Committee.

The workshop proceedings can be found at CEUR-WS. pdf

Four papers have been selected for oral presentation:

  • Mark Cramer, Mike Wertheim and David Hardtke: Demonstration of Improved Search Result Relevancy Using Real-Time Implicit Relevance Feedback. pdf
  • Ralf Bierig, Jacek Gwizdka and Michael Cole: A User-Centered Experiment and Logging Framework for Interactive Information Retrieval. pdf
  • Emine Yilmaz, Milad Shokouhi, Nick Craswell and Stephen Robertson: Incorporating user behavior information in IR evaluation. pdf
  • Robert Capra, Bill Kules, Matt Banta and Tito Sierra: Faceted Search for Library Catalogs: Developing Grounded Tasks and Analyzing Eye-Tracking Data. pdf

Seven papers have been selected for poster presentation:

  • Hitomi Saito, Hitoshi Terai, Yuka Egusa, Masao Takaku, Makiko Miwa and Noriko Kando: How Task Types and User Experiences Affect Information-Seeking Behavior on the Web: Using Eye-tracking and Client-side Search Logs. pdf
  • Rui Li, Evelyn Rozanski and Anne Haake: Framework of a Real-Time Adaptive Hypermedia System. pdf
  • Laura Granka: Inferring the Public Agenda from Implicit Query Data. pdf
  • Maristella Agosti, Franco Crivellari and Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio: Evaluation of Digital Library Services Using Complementary Logs. pdf
  • Max Van Kleek, David Karger and mc schraefel: Watching Through the Web: Building Personal Activity and Context-Aware Interfaces using Web Activity Streams. pdf
  • Suzan Verberne, Max Hinne, Maarten van der Heijden, Eva D'hondt, Wessel Kraaij and Theo van der Weide: Annotating URLs with query terms: What factors predict reliable annotations? pdf
  • Tereza Iofciu, Nick Craswell and Milad Shokouhi: Evaluating the impact of snippet highlighting in search. pdf

Four demo papers have been accepted for presentation:

  • Stephen Dignum, Yunhyong Kim, Udo Kruschwitz, Dawei Song, Maria Fasli and Anne De Roeck: Using Domain Models for Context-Rich User Logging. pdf
  • Claus-Peter Klas and Matthias Hemmje: Catching the User - User Context through Live Logging in DAFFODIL. pdf
  • Xuanhui Wang and ChengXiang Zhai: Massive Implicit Feedback: Organizing Search Logs into Topic Maps for Collaborative Surfing. pdf
  • Robert Capra: HCI Browser:  A Tool for Studying Web Search Behavior. pdf
Three position papers have been accepted:
  • Xiaojun Yuan, Chaomei Chen, Xiangmin Zhang and Tao Xu: What Have We Learned From Users of Visualization Systems.
  • Paul Landwich, Claus-Peter Klas and Matthias Hemmje: Catching the User - Logging the Information Retrieval Dialogue.
  • Max Wilson and Mc Schraefel: Reading between the lines: Identifying user behaviour between logged interactions.

Program of the Workshop

This is the program of the workshop.

How to get there? Go to the workshop registration at Egan Hall (building 60 on NEU campus; see http://sigir2009.org/venue). Student volunteers will direct you to the workshop location from there.

09:00-09:10 Introduction to the workshop by the organizers
09:10-10:30 Participant introductions. All will very briefly talk about their interest in user interaction logging (each participant is encouraged to provide 1 slide for a 2-3 minute self-introduction)
10:30-11:00 Morning coffee break and poster/demo session
11:00-11:30
 Poster/demo session
11:30-12:30 Paper presentations
12:30-13:30 Lunch break (+ poster/demo session afterwards for interested participants)
13:30-14:30 Panel discussion
14:30-15:00  Breakout group meetings. Groups will be formed based on identified shared interest from the position statements and participant introductions. Groups will either focus on (community) logging tools or on research problems w.r.t. interpreting and using interaction data.
15:00-15:30 Afternoon coffee break and poster/demo session
15:30-16:30 Continuation of breakout group meetings
16:30-17:00
 Breakout group reports
17:00-17:15 General workshop summary - next steps