Nicholas J. Belkin focuses on Information retrieval, Relevance, Human–computer information retrieval, Cognitive models of information retrieval and Concept search. Borrowing concepts from Relevance feedback, he weaves in ideas under Information retrieval. His studies deal with areas such as Question answering and Management science as well as Relevance.
His work deals with themes such as Knowledge extraction, The Internet and Usability, which intersect with Human–computer information retrieval. The study incorporates disciplines such as Information science and Information needs in addition to Cognitive models of information retrieval. His study of Adversarial information retrieval is a part of Concept search.
Nicholas J. Belkin mostly deals with Information retrieval, Human–computer information retrieval, Information seeking, Relevance and Personalization. Nicholas J. Belkin focuses mostly in the field of Information retrieval, narrowing it down to matters related to Session and, in some cases, Human–computer interaction and Domain. The various areas that Nicholas J. Belkin examines in his Human–computer information retrieval study include Question answering and Search engine.
His Information seeking research also works with subjects such as
Nicholas J. Belkin mainly investigates Information retrieval, Session, Personalization, Journalism and Information seeking. While working in this field, he studies both Information retrieval and Software. His Session research incorporates elements of Variety and Task.
His research integrates issues of User experience design, Interactive search and Set in his study of Personalization. His Information seeking study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology, Knowledge management, Identification, Applied psychology and World Wide Web. Nicholas J. Belkin has researched Human–computer interaction in several fields, including Mind map, Cognitive models of information retrieval and Search engine.
Nicholas J. Belkin mainly focuses on Information seeking, Session, Journalism, Information retrieval and Personalization. The Information seeking study combines topics in areas such as Knowledge management, Identification, Applied psychology, World Wide Web and Variety. His Relevance research extends to the thematically linked field of Knowledge management.
The concepts of his World Wide Web study are interwoven with issues in User experience design, Use case, Analytics and Sensemaking. His studies in Information retrieval integrate themes in fields like Similarity and Speech processing. Nicholas J. Belkin has included themes like Usability and Text retrieval in his Personalization study.
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Information filtering and information retrieval: two sides of the same coin?
Nicholas J. Belkin;W. Bruce Croft.
Communications of The ACM (1992)
Ask for information retrieval: part I.: background and theory
N. J. Belkin;R. N. Oddy;H. M. Brooks.
Journal of Documentation (1997)
INFORMATION CONCEPTS FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE
Nicholas J. Belkin.
Journal of Documentation (1978)
Nicholas J. Belkin;W. Bruce Croft.
Annual review of information science and technology, vol. 22 (1987)
Cases, scripts, and information-seeking strategies: On the design of interactive information retrieval systems
Nicholas J. Belkin;Colleen Cool;Adelheit Stein;Ulrich Thiel.
Expert Systems With Applications (1995)
Information science and the phenomenon of information
Nicholas J. Belkin;Stephen E. Robertson.
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (1976)
A case for interaction: a study of interactive information retrieval behavior and effectiveness
Jürgen Koenemann;Nicholas J. Belkin.
human factors in computing systems (1996)
The cognitive viewpoint in information science
N. J. Belkin.
Journal of Information Science (1990)
A faceted approach to conceptualizing tasks in information seeking
Yuelin Li;Nicholas J. Belkin.
Information Processing and Management (2008)
Combining the evidence of multiple query representations for information retrieval
N. J. Belkin;P. Kantor;E. A. Fox;J. A. Shaw.
text retrieval conference (1995)
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