2017 - ACM Senior Member
His primary scientific interests are in Information retrieval, World Wide Web, Search engine, Web search engine and Web query classification. Many of his research projects under Information retrieval are closely connected to Set with Set, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His World Wide Web research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Information seeking and Service.
His work deals with themes such as Quality and Hyperlink, which intersect with Search engine. His Web search engine research includes elements of Search analytics, Web crawler, Web analytics and Semantic search. He works mostly in the field of The Internet, limiting it down to topics relating to Relevance feedback and, in certain cases, Systems design.
His primary areas of investigation include World Wide Web, Information retrieval, Search engine, Web search engine and Social media. Web crawler, Web design, Web page, Web analytics and Web modeling are subfields of World Wide Web in which his conducts study. His studies in Web search query, Web query classification, Search analytics, Metasearch engine and Semantic search are all subfields of Information retrieval research.
His Web search query study deals with Query expansion intersecting with Query language and Query optimization. His research integrates issues of The Internet and Information needs in his study of Search engine. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Persona, Advertising and Internet privacy.
Bernard J. Jansen spends much of his time researching Persona, Social media, Data-driven, Analytics and World Wide Web. He combines subjects such as Social psychology, End user, Perception and Data science with his study of Persona. Bernard J. Jansen interconnects Classifier, Artificial intelligence, Crowdsourcing and Advertising in the investigation of issues within Social media.
His Web analytics study in the realm of World Wide Web interacts with subjects such as Demographics. His Information needs research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Information retrieval and Information design. His Information retrieval research focuses on Keyword search in particular.
Bernard J. Jansen mainly investigates Persona, Social media, Analytics, Data science and Data-driven. His study in Persona is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both End user and Internet privacy. His Social media study improves the overall literature in World Wide Web.
His World Wide Web research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Conversation and Language identification. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Analytics, focusing on Open research and, on occasion, Big data, Market segmentation, Automation and Data mapping. His Data science research incorporates themes from Digital media, Diversification, Leverage and Best practice.
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Twitter power: Tweets as electronic word of mouth
Bernard J. Jansen;Mimi Zhang;Kate Sobel;Abdur Chowdury.
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2009)
Real life, real users, and real needs: a study and analysis of user queries on the web
Bernard J. Jansen;Amanda Spink;Tefko Saracevic.
Information Processing and Management (2000)
How are we searching the world wide web?: a comparison of nine search engine transaction logs
Bernard J. Jansen;Amanda Spink.
formal methods (2006)
Real life information retrieval: a study of user queries on the Web
Bernard J. Jansen;Amanda Spink;Judy Bateman;Tefko Saracevic.
international acm sigir conference on research and development in information retrieval (1998)
A review of web searching studies and a framework for future research
Bernard J. Jansen;Udo Pooch.
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2001)
From e-sex to e-commerce: Web search changes
A. Spink;B.J. Jansen;D. Wolfram;T. Saracevic.
IEEE Computer (2002)
Determining the informational, navigational, and transactional intent of Web queries
Bernard J. Jansen;Danielle L. Booth;Amanda Spink.
Information Processing and Management (2008)
Detecting rumors from microblogs with recurrent neural networks
Jing Ma;Wei Gao;Prasenjit Mitra;Sejeong Kwon.
international joint conference on artificial intelligence (2016)
Search log analysis: What it is, what's been done, how to do it
Bernard J. Jansen.
Library & Information Science Research (2006)
An examination of searcher's perceptions of nonsponsored and sponsored links during ecommerce Web searching
Bernard J. Jansen;Marc Resnick.
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2006)
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