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Johanne R. Trippas
Johanne R. Trippas
Vice-Chancellor's Research Fellow, School of Computing Technologies, RMIT University
Verified email at rmit.edu.au - Homepage
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Informing the Design of Spoken Conversational Search
JR Trippas, D Spina, L Cavedon, H Joho, M Sanderson
Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Human Information Interaction …, 2018
102*2018
Analyzing and Characterizing User Intent in Information-seeking Conversations
C Qu, L Yang, WB Croft, JR Trippas, Y Zhang, M Qiu
Proceedings of the 41th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and …, 2018
862018
How do people interact in conversational speech-only search tasks: A preliminary analysis
JR Trippas, D Spina, L Cavedon, M Sanderson
Proceedings of the 2017 conference on conference human information …, 2017
762017
User intent prediction in information-seeking conversations
C Qu, L Yang, WB Croft, Y Zhang, JR Trippas, M Qiu
Proceedings of the 2019 Conference on Human Information Interaction and …, 2019
722019
Towards a model for spoken conversational search
JR Trippas, D Spina, P Thomas, M Sanderson, H Joho, L Cavedon
Information Processing & Management 57 (2), 102162, 2020
482020
Extracting audio summaries to support effective spoken document search
D Spina, JR Trippas, L Cavedon, M Sanderson
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 68 (9 …, 2017
322017
Modelling information needs in collaborative search conversations
S Shiga, H Joho, R Blanco, JR Trippas, M Sanderson
Proceedings of the 40th international acm sigir conference on research and …, 2017
312017
CC-News-En: A Large English News Corpus
J Mackenzie, R Benham, M Petri, JR Trippas, JS Culpepper, A Moffat
ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM), 2020
302020
Conversational information seeking
H Zamani, JR Trippas, J Dalton, F Radlinski
arXiv preprint arXiv:2201.08808, 2022
272022
Towards understanding the impact of length in web search result summaries over a speech-only communication channel
JR Trippas, D Spina, M Sanderson, L Cavedon
Proceedings of the 38th international acm sigir conference on research and …, 2015
252015
Learning about work tasks to inform intelligent assistant design
JR Trippas, D Spina, F Scholer, AH Awadallah, P Bailey, PN Bennett, ...
Proceedings of the 2019 Conference on Human Information Interaction and …, 2019
222019
Towards Multi-Modal Conversational Information Seeking
Y Deldjoo, JR Trippas, H Zamani
ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, 2021
202021
A Conversational Search Transcription Protocol and Analysis
JR Trippas, D Spina, L Cavedon, M Sanderson
Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Conversational Approaches …, 2017
202017
Spoken Conversational Search: Audio-only Interactive Information Retrieval
JR Trippas
RMIT University, Australia, 2019
172019
Results presentation methods for a spoken conversational search system
JR Trippas, D Spina, M Sanderson, L Cavedon
Proceedings of the first international workshop on novel web search …, 2015
162015
Using audio transformations to improve comprehension in voice question answering
A Chuklin, A Severyn, JR Trippas, E Alfonseca, H Silen, D Spina
International Conference of the Cross-Language Evaluation Forum for European …, 2019
112019
Data Sets for Spoken Conversational Search
J Trippas, P Thomas
Proceedings of the CHIIR 2019 Workshop on Barriers to Interactive IR …, 2019
102019
Third International Workshop on Conversational Approaches to Information Retrieval (CAIR'20) Full-day Workshop at CHIIR 2020
JR Trippas, P Thomas, D Spina, H Joho
Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Human Information Interaction and …, 2020
82020
Building a benchmark for task progress in digital assistants
J Liono, JR Trippas, D Spina, MS Rahaman, Y Ren, FD Salim, ...
Proceedings of WSDM 19, 2019
82019
Spoken conversational search: Information retrieval over a speech-only communication channel
JR Trippas
Proceedings of the 38th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and …, 2015
72015
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