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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Brazil
1 × Chile
1 × Portugal
1 × Singapore
1 × South Korea
1 × Switzerland
1 × The Netherlands
2 × France
2 × Ireland
3 × China
3 × United Kingdom
4 × Canada
7 × USA
Collaborated with:
S.T.Dumais E.Horvitz A.H.Awadallah P.N.Bennett M.Richardson J.Huang J.M.Jose P.Bailey S.Cucerzan G.Buscher J.Teevan M.Bilenko W.Chu C.L.A.Clarke I.Ruthven Y.Wang G.P.Schoenherr F.Radlinski E.Agichtein L.Chen R.Chandrasekar C.Macdonald M.Melucci D.Morris D.Kelly G.Marchionini A.Fourney M.D.Choudhury M.R.Morris G.D.Montanez X.Huang H.Wang Y.Song M.Chang X.He J.Yan H.Feild X.Fu R.West S.Yang S.Bateman D.J.Liebling Y.Liu M.Cartright J.Tang C.Liu M.Karimzadehgan S.Laxman V.Tankasali W.Bainbridge D.W.Oard H.Song J.Liu Y.Kim I.Zitouni N.Mishra S.Ieong A.Singla M.Shokouhi K.Wang V.Hu M.Stone J.Pedersen E.Yilmaz G.C.Murray A.P.Heath C.J.v.Rijsbergen P.Pantel D.Lagun A.Sud K.Collins-Thompson S.d.l.Chica D.Sontag P.Serdyukov M.Taylor V.Vinay Q.Guo Y.Zhang B.Anderson A.Kotov N.Craswell A.Satyanarayana S.M.M.Tahaghoghi F.Borisyuk X.Cui
Talks about:
search (47) use (14) web (12) predict (11) queri (10) engin (9) person (8) model (8) task (8) studi (7)

Person: Ryen W. White

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Facilitated 1 volumes:

ECIR 2008Ed

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
SIGIR 20152015
CHI 20142014
CIKM 20142014
SIGIR 20142014
CHI 20132013
SIGIR 20132013
CHI 20122012
CIKM 20122012
SIGIR 20122012
CHI 20112011
CIKM 20112011
ECIR 20112011
SIGIR 20112011
CIKM 20102010
HT 20102010
SIGIR 20102010
CIKM 20092009
ECIR 20092009
SIGIR 20092009
KDD 20082008
SIGIR 20082008
CIKM 20072007
SIGIR 20072007
CIKM 20062006
SIGIR 20062006
SIGIR 20052005
ECIR 20042004
SIGIR 20042004
JCDL 20062006

Wrote 66 papers:

Exploring Time-Dependent Concerns about Pregnancy and Childbirth from Search Logs (AF, RWW, EH), pp. 737–746.
SIGIR-2015-WhiteA #personalisation
Personalizing Search on Shared Devices (RWW, AHA), pp. 523–532.
CHI-2014-ChoudhuryMW #health #online #social #social media
Seeking and sharing health information online: comparing search engines and social media (MDC, MRM, RWW), pp. 1365–1376.
Supporting Complex Search Tasks (AHA, RWW, PP, STD, YMW), pp. 829–838.
Cross-Device Search (GDM, RWW, XH), pp. 1669–1678.
SIGIR-2014-KimHWZ #predict
Comparing client and server dwell time estimates for click-level satisfaction prediction (YK, AHA, RWW, IZ), pp. 895–898.
Time-critical search (NM, RWW, SI, EH), pp. 747–756.
SIGIR-2014-SchoenherrW #health #interactive
Interactions between health searchers and search engines (GPS, RWW), pp. 143–152.
SIGIR-2014-SinglaWHH #personalisation #process
Enhancing personalization via search activity attribution (AS, RWW, AHA, EH), pp. 1063–1066.
SIGIR-2014-WangSCHHW #modelling #predict
Modeling action-level satisfaction for search task satisfaction prediction (HW, YS, MWC, XH, AHA, RWW), pp. 123–132.
SIGIR-2014-YanCW #modelling #personalisation
Cohort modeling for enhanced personalized search (JY, WC, RWW), pp. 505–514.
Supporting orientation during search result examination (HF, RWW, XF), pp. 2999–3008.
SIGIR-2013-HassanWW #query #self #towards #using
Toward self-correcting search engines: using underperforming queries to improve search (AHA, RWW, YMW), pp. 263–272.
SIGIR-2013-LagunSWBB #feedback
Explicit feedback in local search tasks (DL, AS, RWW, PB, GB), pp. 1065–1068.
SIGIR-2013-ShokouhiWBR #ranking
Fighting search engine amnesia: reranking repeated results (MS, RWW, PNB, FR), pp. 273–282.
SIGIR-2013-WangHCSWC #adaptation #personalisation #ranking #web
Personalized ranking model adaptation for web search (HW, XH, MWC, YS, RWW, WC), pp. 323–332.
SIGIR-2013-WestWH #predict #process #query
Here and there: goals, activities, and predictions about location from geotagged queries (RW, RWW, EH), pp. 817–820.
SIGIR-2013-YangWH #query
Pursuing insights about healthcare utilization via geocoded search queries (SHY, RWW, EH), pp. 993–996.
CHI-2012-BatemanTW #behaviour #comparison #how
The search dashboard: how reflection and comparison impact search behavior (SB, JT, RWW), pp. 1785–1794.
Task tours: helping users tackle complex search tasks (AHA, RWW), pp. 1885–1889.
SIGIR-2012-AgichteinWDB #comprehension #continuation #predict
Search, interrupted: understanding and predicting search task continuation (EA, RWW, STD, PNB), pp. 315–324.
SIGIR-2012-BennettWCDBBC #behaviour #modelling #personalisation
Modeling the impact of short- and long-term behavior on search personalization (PNB, RWW, WC, STD, PB, FB, XC), pp. 185–194.
SIGIR-2012-HuangWBW #modelling #process #using
Improving searcher models using mouse cursor activity (JH, RWW, GB, KW), pp. 195–204.
SIGIR-2012-LieblingBW #using
Anticipatory search: using context to initiate search (DJL, PNB, RWW), pp. 1035–1036.
SIGIR-2012-WhiteB #feedback
Text selections as implicit relevance feedback (RWW, GB), pp. 1151–1152.
SIGIR-2012-WhiteH #persistent
Studies of the onset and persistence of medical concerns in search logs (RWW, EH), pp. 265–274.
SIGIR-2012-WhiteR #difference #social
Effects of expertise differences in synchronous social Q&A (RWW, MR), pp. 1055–1056.
CHI-2011-HuangWD #problem #using
No clicks, no problem: using cursor movements to understand and improve search (JH, RWW, STD), pp. 1225–1234.
CHI-2011-WhiteRL #community #social
Effects of community size and contact rate in synchronous social q&a (RWW, MR, YL), pp. 2837–2846.
CIKM-2011-Collins-ThompsonBWCS #personalisation #web
Personalizing web search results by reading level (KCT, PNB, RWW, SdlC, DS), pp. 403–412.
Effects of search success on search engine re-use (VH, MS, JP, RWW), pp. 1841–1846.
ECIR-2011-SerdyukovTVRW #automation #enterprise #people #profiling
Automatic People Tagging for Expertise Profiling in the Enterprise (PS, MT, VV, MR, RWW), pp. 399–410.
SIGIR-2011-BennettRWY #metadata #personalisation #using #web
Inferring and using location metadata to personalize web search (PNB, FR, RWW, EY), pp. 135–144.
SIGIR-2011-CartrightWH #health
Intentions and attention in exploratory health search (MAC, RWW, EH), pp. 65–74.
SIGIR-2011-GuoWZAD #comprehension #predict #why
Why searchers switch: understanding and predicting engine switching rationales (QG, RWW, YZ, BA, STD), pp. 335–344.
SIGIR-2011-KotovBWDT #analysis #modelling
Modeling and analysis of cross-session search tasks (AK, PNB, RWW, STD, JT), pp. 5–14.
SIGIR-2011-TangWB #recommendation
Recommending interesting activity-related local entities (JT, RWW, PB), pp. 1161–1162.
CIKM-2010-WhiteBD #predict #using
Predicting short-term interests using activity-based search context (RWW, PNB, STD), pp. 1009–1018.
HT-2010-HuangW #behaviour #parallel #web
Parallel browsing behavior on the web (JH, RWW), pp. 13–18.
Evaluating whole-page relevance (PB, NC, RWW, LC, AS, SMMT), pp. 767–768.
SIGIR-2010-LiuWD #analysis #behaviour #comprehension #web
Understanding web browsing behaviors through Weibull analysis of dwell time (CL, RWW, STD), pp. 379–386.
SIGIR-2010-WhiteC #using
Exploring the use of labels to shortcut search trails (RWW, RC), pp. 811–812.
SIGIR-2010-WhiteH #web
Assessing the scenic route: measuring the value of search trails in web logs (RWW, JH), pp. 587–594.
SIGIR-2010-WhiteH10a #predict #query #web
Predicting escalations of medical queries based on web page structure and content (RWW, EH), pp. 769–770.
CIKM-2009-WhiteD #behaviour #predict
Characterizing and predicting search engine switching behavior (RWW, STD), pp. 87–96.
ECIR-2009-KarimzadehganWR #using
Enhancing Expert Finding Using Organizational Hierarchies (MK, RWW, MR), pp. 177–188.
Usefulness of click-through data in expert search (CM, RWW), pp. 816–817.
SIGIR-2009-WhiteBC #information management #predict
Predicting user interests from contextual information (RWW, PB, LC), pp. 363–370.
KDD-2008-LaxmanTW #generative #modelling #predict #sequence #using
Stream prediction using a generative model based on frequent episodes in event sequences (SL, VT, RWW), pp. 453–461.
SIGIR-2008-BilenkoWRM #query
Talking the talk vs. walking the walk: salience of information needs in querying vs. browsing (MB, RWW, MR, GCM), pp. 705–706.
SIGIR-2008-WhiteDT #how #interactive #web
How medical expertise influences web search interaction (RWW, STD, JT), pp. 791–792.
SIGIR-2008-WhiteRBH #multi #web
Enhancing web search by promoting multiple search engine use (RWW, MR, MB, APH), pp. 43–50.
CIKM-2007-MelucciW #feedback #geometry
Utilizing a geometry of context for enhanced implicit feedback (MM, RWW), pp. 273–282.
SIGIR-2007-ClarkeADW #web
The influence of caption features on clickthrough patterns in web search (CLAC, EA, STD, RWW), pp. 135–142.
SIGIR-2007-CucerzanW #query
Query suggestion based on user landing pages (SC, RWW), pp. 875–876.
SIGIR-2007-WhiteBC #interactive #using #web
Studying the use of popular destinations to enhance web search interaction (RWW, MB, SC), pp. 159–166.
SIGIR-2007-WhiteCC #pseudo #query #refinement
Comparing query logs and pseudo-relevance feedbackfor web-search query refinement (RWW, CLAC, SC), pp. 831–832.
SIGIR-2007-WhiteM #behaviour #query
Investigating the querying and browsing behavior of advanced search engine users (RWW, DM), pp. 255–262.
CIKM-2006-WhiteK #case study #feedback #performance #personalisation
A study on the effects of personalization and task information on implicit feedback performance (RWW, DK), pp. 297–306.
SIGIR-2006-WhiteM #case study #effectiveness #query #realtime
A study of real-time query expansion effectiveness (RWW, GM), pp. 715–716.
SIGIR-2005-BainbridgeWO #interface #metadata
An interface to search human movements based on geographic and chronological metadata (WB, RWW, DWO), pp. 579–580.
SIGIR-2005-WhiteRJ #case study #feedback
A study of factors affecting the utility of implicit relevance feedback (RWW, IR, JMJ), pp. 35–42.
ECIR-2004-WhiteJRR #feedback #modelling
A Simulated Study of Implicit Feedback Models (RWW, JMJ, CJvR, IR), pp. 311–326.
SIGIR-2004-WhiteJ #case study #metric #similarity #topic
A study of topic similarity measures (RWW, JMJ), pp. 520–521.
SIGIR-2004-WhiteJ04a #predict
An implicit system for predicting interests (RWW, JMJ), p. 595.
JCDL-2006-WhiteSL #concept
Concept maps to support oral history search and use (RWW, HS, JL), pp. 192–193.

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