Abstract：Several data collection methods such as log analysis, semi-structured interview, questionnaires and data analysis methods such as mathematical statistics, content analysis are adopted in an experiment and its result analysis of users’ collaborative information search on the Coagmento system. The results show that tasks and collaborative abilities do have impacts on users’ collaborative information seeking behaviors. Collaborative abilities have influence on the behavior of “Recommend”, while tasks have influence on the behaviors of “Webpage”, “Search”, and “Image”. The participants with higher collaborative abilities get better retrieval effectiveness than those with lower collaborative abilities in the experiment. Therefore, collaborative information retrieval system is more suitable for users with strong collaborative abilities to collaborate on complex tasks.
邱瑾, 吴丹. 用户协同信息检索行为与系统评价研究——以任务类型和协同能力为视角[J]. 现代图书情报技术, 2012, (9): 62-68.
Qiu Jin, Wu Dan. A Study on Users’ Collaborative Information Seeking Behavior and System Evaluation——A Perspective of Tasks and Collaborative Abilities. New Technology of Library and Information Service, DOI：10.11925/infotech.1003-3513.2012.09.11.
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