Invited to give the Distinguished Lecture on Big Data next month for the Science and Technology Exploration and Production (STEPS) program run by Halliburton. The program aims to foster geoscience excellence through the facilitation of thematic research and offers the opportunity for academics to engage with Landmark (Halliburton) and the wider exploration and production community.... Continue Reading →
Delighted to receive award last month from Professor Vivien Petras and Professor Joseph Tennis at the iSchool conference. Very big thankyou again to all those that have supported me and contributed to this success.
A research paper I co-authored with Laura Muir, Associate Professor at the School of Computing Edinburgh Napier University has been published this week in the Journal of Knowledge Organization. It is being increasingly recognized that sentiment analysis is a key part of enterprise search & discovery capability. We applied sentiment analysis to public oil company... Continue Reading →
Measuring user satisfaction with an enterprise search tool can be difficult. Feedback mechanisms on the user interface tend to only capture a small self-selected sample that may be skewed towards negative views. Whilst surveys can capture more data, they are also self-selecting and tend to be small scale compared to actual enterprise usage. Clickthrough data... Continue Reading →