26 April 2006
11:30 - 13:00
Using Knowledge to Predict and Manage
Paper Responsiveness in Instant Messaging: Predictive Models Supporting Inter-Personal Communication
Describes the successful creation of statistical models that are able to accurately predict users' responsiveness to incoming instant messages, and in particular responsiveness to attempts at initiating a new session.
Paper Leveraging Characteristics of Task Structure to Predict the Cost of Interruption
Contributes a model for predicting the cost of interruption (COI) at subtask boundaries. Systems can use it to predict a more accurate COI, enabling effective decisions about when to interrupt.
Paper A Goal-Oriented Web Browser
Presents how large scale knowledge bases of semantic information can be leveraged to expand the breadth and functionality of Programming by Example systems and Data Detectors.
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