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Tag #user satisfaction

24 papers:

Investigating Cognitive Effects in Session-level Search User Satisfaction (ML, JM, YL, MZ0, SM), pp. 923–931.
CIKMCIKM-2018-HashemiWKZC #query #using
Measuring User Satisfaction on Smart Speaker Intelligent Assistants Using Intent Sensitive Query Embeddings (SHH, KW, AEK, IZ, PAC), pp. 1183–1192.
ECIRECIR-2017-VermaY #mobile
Search Costs vs. User Satisfaction on Mobile (MV, EY), pp. 698–704.
ECIRECIR-2015-UrbanoM #correlation #definite clause grammar #how #question
How Do Gain and Discount Functions Affect the Correlation between DCG and User Satisfaction? (JU, MM), pp. 197–202.
HCIDUXU-DI-2014-ShafiqICRAAR #analysis #case study #learning #smarttech #usability #what
To What Extent System Usability Effects User Satisfaction: A Case Study of Smart Phone Features Analysis for Learning of Novice (MS, MI, JGC, ZR, MA, WA, SR), pp. 346–357.
CIKMCIKM-2014-KiselevaCBD #detection #modelling
Modelling and Detecting Changes in User Satisfaction (JK, EC, RB, RD), pp. 1449–1458.
SACSAC-2014-TangKK #resource management
An optimal device selection for user satisfaction of content sharing (JT, PK, SK), pp. 1745–1746.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2013-BenhaddiBA #approach #evaluation #formal method #implementation
Formalization of the User Centric SOA Approach — Implementation and End User Satisfaction Evaluation (MB, KB, EHA), pp. 481–488.
SACSAC-2012-HijikataKN #recommendation
The relation between user intervention and user satisfaction for information recommendation (YH, YK, SN), pp. 2002–2007.
User Satisfaction of Ali Wangwang, an Instant Messenger Tool (JG, ZZ), pp. 414–420.
ICSTICST-2011-NavarroPR #quality #towards #user interface
Towards Software Quality and User Satisfaction through User Interfaces (PLMN, GMP, DSR), pp. 415–418.
ICEISICEIS-J-2009-Islam #tool support
Developing a Model to Measure User Satisfaction and Success of Virtual Meeting Tools in an Organization (AKMNI), pp. 975–987.
CIKMCIKM-2009-KanungoGKW #algorithm #summary #web
Web search result summarization: title selection algorithms and user satisfaction (TK, NG, KYK, LW), pp. 1581–1584.
RecSysRecSys-2009-KnijnenburgW #adaptation #comprehension #elicitation #recommendation
Understanding the effect of adaptive preference elicitation methods on user satisfaction of a recommender system (BPK, MCW), pp. 381–384.
CoGCIG-2008-ChiouW #adaptation #programming #using
Player Adaptive Entertainment Computing (PAEC): Mechanism to model user satisfaction by using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques (AC, KWW), pp. 343–349.
CHICHI-2008-FindlaterM #adaptation #performance #user interface #visual notation
Impact of screen size on performance, awareness, and user satisfaction with adaptive graphical user interfaces (LF, JM), pp. 1247–1256.
CIKMCIKM-2008-AnnexsteinS #clustering #collaboration
Collaborative partitioning with maximum user satisfaction (FSA, SS), pp. 1445–1446.
HCIHCI-MIE-2007-KoLKJL #case study #evaluation #personalisation #recommendation
A Study on User Satisfaction Evaluation About the Recommendation Techniques of a Personalized EPG System on Digital TV (SMK, YJL, MHK, YGJ, SWL), pp. 909–917.
SIGIRSIGIR-2007-Al-MaskariSC #effectiveness #information retrieval #metric
The relationship between IR effectiveness measures and user satisfaction (AAM, MS, PDC), pp. 773–774.
Built-in User Satisfaction — Feature Appraisal and Prioritization with AMUSE (JD, SH, DK, DL, PA), pp. 101–110.
AIIDEAIIDE-2006-AndradeRGC #evaluation #game studies
Dynamic Game Balancing: An Evaluation of User Satisfaction (GA, GLR, ASG, VC), pp. 3–8.
HCIHCI-EI-1999-Hollemans #metric
User Satisfaction Measurement Methodolgies: Extending the User Satisfaction Questionnaire (GH), pp. 1008–1012.
SIGIRSIGIR-1998-SaitoO #web
A Cognitive Model for Searching for Ill-Defined Targets on the Web: The Relationship Between Search Strategies and User Satisfaction (MS, KO), pp. 155–163.
HCIHCI-ACS-1993-BrazierR #modelling
Modelling Collective User Satisfaction (FMTB, ZR), pp. 672–677.

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