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David Elsweiler
David Elsweiler
Chair for Information Science, University of Regensburg
Verified email at elsweiler.co.uk
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Exploiting food choice biases for healthier recipe recommendation
D Elsweiler, C Trattner, M Harvey
Proceedings of the 40th international acm sigir conference on research and†…, 2017
2022017
Investigating the healthiness of internet-sourced recipes: implications for meal planning and recommender systems
C Trattner, D Elsweiler
Proceedings of the 26th international conference on world wide web, 489-498, 2017
1722017
Towards task-based personal information management evaluations
D Elsweiler, I Ruthven
Proceedings of the 30th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on†…, 2007
1572007
Food recommender systems: important contributions, challenges and future research directions
C Trattner, D Elsweiler
arXiv preprint arXiv:1711.02760, 2017
1392017
Understanding casual-leisure information behaviour
D Elsweiler, ML Wilson, BK Lunn
New directions in information behaviour 1, 211-241, 2011
1212011
Towards memory supporting personal information management tools
D Elsweiler, I Ruthven, C Jones
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58 (7†…, 2007
1102007
You are what you eat: Learning user tastes for rating prediction
M Harvey, B Ludwig, D Elsweiler
String Processing and Information Retrieval: 20th International Symposium†…, 2013
972013
Towards automatic meal plan recommendations for balanced nutrition
D Elsweiler, M Harvey
Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems, 313-316, 2015
892015
More than liking and bookmarking? Towards understanding Twitter favouriting behaviour
F Meier, D Elsweiler, M Wilson
Proceedings of the international AAAI conference on web and social media 8†…, 2014
852014
Exploring memory in email refinding
D Elsweiler, M Baillie, I Ruthven
ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) 26 (4), 1-36, 2008
742008
Bringing the" healthy" into Food Recommenders.
D Elsweiler, M Harvey, B Ludwig, A Said
Dmrs 1533, 33-36, 2015
632015
Casual-leisure Searching: the Exploratory Search scenarios that break our current models
ML Wilson, D Elsweiler
602010
What makes re-finding information difficult? A study of email re-finding
D Elsweiler, M Baillie, I Ruthven
Advances in Information Retrieval: 33rd European Conference on IR Research†…, 2011
582011
Estimating the Healthiness of Internet Recipes: a cross-sectional study
C Trattner, D Elsweiler, S Howard
Frontiers in public health 5, 2017
542017
The relative effects of knowledge, interest and confidence in assessing relevance
I Ruthven, M Baillie, D Elsweiler
Journal of Documentation 63 (4), 482-504, 2007
502007
On the predictability of the popularity of online recipes
C Trattner, D Moesslang, D Elsweiler
EPJ Data Science 7 (1), 1-39, 2018
492018
Understanding re-finding behavior in naturalistic email interaction logs
D Elsweiler, M Harvey, M Hacker
Proceedings of the 34th international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and†…, 2011
482011
Do we still need human assessors? prompt-based gpt-3 user simulation in conversational ai
S Meyer, D Elsweiler, B Ludwig, M Fernandez-Pichel, DE Losada
Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Conversational User Interfaces, 1-6, 2022
472022
Understanding casual-leisure information needs: a diary study in the context of television viewing
D Elsweiler, S Mandl, B Kirkegaard Lunn
Proceedings of the third symposium on Information interaction in context, 25-34, 2010
462010
Engaging and maintaining a sense of being informed: Understanding the tasks motivating twitter search
D Elsweiler, M Harvey
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66 (2†…, 2015
452015
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