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Where Should the Person Stop and the Information Search Interface Start?
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Information Processing & Management Volume 26, Number 5, ISSN 0306-4573

Abstract

Examines various ways of dividing the labor of an information search between the person and the system. Different configurations of two dimensions--degree of system involvement in searching and types of search activity carried out by the person or system--are discussed. Recommendations for further research and development are offered. (49 references) (MES)

Citation

Bates, M.J. (1990). Where Should the Person Stop and the Information Search Interface Start?. Information Processing & Management, 26(5), 575. Retrieved April 3, 2020 from .

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