A Review of Users' Search Contexts for Lifelogging System Design
The development of mobile and wearable technology has made it possible for people to collect and retrieve large amounts of data about their daily activities. We reviewed selected literature from four related research areas that actively engage in the investigation and modelling of users' search contexts. We discuss their similarities and their potential use for lifelogging. This paper represents a first step toward the conceptualisation of search contexts from an interdisciplinary perspective.
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|Source:||Proceedings of the 5th Information Interaction in Context Symposium|
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