Enterprise search satisfaction

Happy New Year! A nice start to 2019, academic paper published 2nd Jan 2019 in Vol 45(1) Journal of Information Science. "Enterprise search and discovery capability: The factors and generative mechanisms for user satisfaction". Available in RGU OpenAir here and SAGE Journals subscription here

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Organisational Metacognition: Learning how to learn

I received a notification recently reminding me it was exactly 2 years since I created my first Wikipedia Page Organisational Metacognition . A process in itself that made the academic peer review process look tame in its sheer ferocity! One key element of 'learning how to learn' is awareness of ignorance. In experiments I undertook... Continue Reading →

Dependency Parsing in Geoscience Text

In Natural Language Processing (NLP) the technique of Dependency Parsing has been used for many years. It is an area of ongoing research. Using Part of Speech (POS) tagging, it helps in part break up a sentence to determine 'what relates to what' to define syntactic root structures (heads and dependents). Along with other techniques... Continue Reading →

Search Term Recommendations

Search query term recommendations for Scholarly and Enterprise Search: Google Scholar recently introduced recommended search terms based on specificity of the query for scholars, a topic I published on in 2014. I have reviewed the 'search serendipity' literature in past posts, so won't go over that again, rather focus specifically on a few methods in... Continue Reading →

Scholarly Publishing, Search & Discovery

Platform Strategies Conference, National Union Building, Washington DC September 26-27 2018 Hosted by Silverchair. Conference notes: Dr Paul H. Cleverley, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK Introduction Over 100 people gathered at the platform strategies conference this week, converging on the 1890’s Brownstone National Union Building in the Penn Quarter of Washington DC between the White... Continue Reading →

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