Ryen W. White focuses on Information retrieval, World Wide Web, Search engine, Search analytics and Web search query. His Information retrieval study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Web page. His study in the field of The Internet, Online search and Exploratory search also crosses realms of Computer users.
As part of one scientific family, Ryen W. White deals mainly with the area of Search engine, narrowing it down to issues related to the Learning to rank, and often Affect, Web resource and Crowds. His Search analytics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Session, Metasearch engine, Web search engine and Semantic search. He interconnects Machine learning and Information needs in the investigation of issues within Session.
Ryen W. White mostly deals with Information retrieval, Search engine, World Wide Web, Human–computer interaction and Search analytics. His study in Web search query, Relevance, Ranking, Web query classification and Query expansion falls within the category of Information retrieval. His Search engine study incorporates themes from Ranking, Session, Information needs and Personalization.
As part of his studies on World Wide Web, Ryen W. White frequently links adjacent subjects like Internet privacy. Ryen W. White has researched Human–computer interaction in several fields, including User interface and Task. His Search analytics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Metasearch engine and Semantic search.
His main research concerns Task, Human–computer interaction, Task management, World Wide Web and Intelligent decision support system. His studies deal with areas such as Set, Project management, Service and Artificial intelligence as well as Task. His study in the fields of Usability under the domain of Human–computer interaction overlaps with other disciplines such as Home automation.
His World Wide Web research incorporates themes from Service provider, Lifelog and Intersection. In his study, Search engine is strongly linked to Granularity, which falls under the umbrella field of Focus. In his works, Ryen W. White conducts interdisciplinary research on Computer memory and Information retrieval.
His primary scientific interests are in Human–computer interaction, Artificial intelligence, Task, Machine learning and Smartwatch. His work on Usability is typically connected to Home automation, Device use and Tone as part of general Human–computer interaction study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Artificial intelligence study combines topics in areas such as Domain adaptation and Natural language processing.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Sample, Data collection and Benchmark in addition to Task. His research brings together the fields of World Wide Web and Intersection. His research integrates issues of Mercury and Source code in his study of World Wide Web.
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Exploratory Search:Beyond the Query-Response Paradigm
Ryen W. White;Resa A. Roth.
Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services (2009)
Influence of Pokémon Go on Physical Activity: Study and Implications
Tim Althoff;Ryen W White;Eric Horvitz.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2016)
Cyberchondria: Studies of the escalation of medical concerns in Web search
Ryen W. White;Eric Horvitz.
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (2009)
Investigating behavioral variability in web search
Ryen W. White;Steven M. Drucker.
the web conference (2007)
Characterizing the influence of domain expertise on web search behavior
Ryen W. White;Susan T. Dumais;Jaime Teevan.
web search and data mining (2009)
Supporting Exploratory Search, Introduction, Special Issue, Communications of the ACM
Ryen W. White;Bill Kules;Steven M. Drucker;m.c. schraefel.
Understanding web browsing behaviors through Weibull analysis of dwell time
Chao Liu;Ryen W. White;Susan Dumais.
international acm sigir conference on research and development in information retrieval (2010)
No clicks, no problem: using cursor movements to understand and improve search
Jeff Huang;Ryen W. White;Susan Dumais.
human factors in computing systems (2011)
Supporting exploratory search
Ryen W. White;Bill Kules;Steven M. Drucker;M. C. Schraefel.
Communications of The ACM (2006)
Modeling the impact of short- and long-term behavior on search personalization
Paul N. Bennett;Ryen W. White;Wei Chu;Susan T. Dumais.
international acm sigir conference on research and development in information retrieval (2012)
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