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Title: Performing document triage on small screen devices: part 1: structured documents
Authors: Buchanan, George R. 
Loizides, Fernando 
Keywords: Rapid thermal processing;Image processing;Computer vision
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: ACM
Source: 3rd Information Interaction in Context Symposium, 2010, New Brunswick, New York
Abstract: Document triage is defined as the rapid process by which information seekers make relevance decisions on a set of documents [1]. With the rising popularity of small screen readers such as Amazon's Kindle and the ubiquity of smartphones capable of displaying documents, we are faced with the challenge of facilitating information seekers with effective ways of searching for information using these small screen devices, while bypassing the space limitation affordance. In this paper we begin to explore how information seekers go about their document triage process on small screens beginning by looking at structured documents
DOI: 10.1145/1840784.1840836
Rights: ©ACM
Type: Conference Papers
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