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  • P-ISSN1013-0799
  • E-ISSN2586-2073

인터액티브 정보검색 모형

Interactive Information Retrieval (IR) Models: Tradition and Development

정보관리학회지, (P)1013-0799; (E)2586-2073
2007, v.24 no.2, pp.45-69
https://doi.org/10.3743/KOSIM.2007.24.2.045
김양우 (한성대학교)

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초록

본 논문은 다음과 같은 두 부분으로 구성된다. 논문의 전반부는 네 개의 정보검색 모형을 다루고 있는데 이는 전통적 정보검색 모형과 보다 최근에 나온 세 연구자의 이용자 중심 인터액티브 모형을 포함한다. 인터액티브 정보검색 모형은 Belkin, Ingwersen, 그리고 Saracevic 에 의하여 제시된 것인데, 전통적 정보검색 모형을 포함한 각 모형의 장점과 한계점이 기술된다. 논문의 후반부에서 저자는 이상과 같은 모형들의 분석을 토대로 그 자신의 인터액티브 모형, 즉 빙산모형(Iceberg Model)을 제시하고 있다. 빙산모형의 타당성으로 다음과 같은 세 가지 사항을 강조하고 있는데, 즉, 보다 구체화된 시스템 특성의 포함, 보다 명확한 인터액티브 정보검색 요소간의 상호작용, 그리고 정보매개자의 증가된 역할 등이 그것이다. 요약하면, 빙산모형은 변화하는 정보추구환경에서 진화할 수 있는 틀을 제시하고 있다.

Abstract

This paper is divided into two parts. The first part elaborates on four Information Retrieval (IR) models: a traditional IR model and three more recent, user-oriented models of IR interaction presented by Belkin, Ingwersen, and Saracevic. The strengths and limitations of each model are discussed. The second part, based on an analysis of the previous models, presents the author's interactive model, namely, the Iceberg Model. The rationales that are given to explain the design of this model are associated with the following: a greater specificity of system attributes; more concrete interplays among different components of IR interaction; and, the increased role of the Human Information Intermediary (HII). In sum, the new model presents a framework that can evolve in varying information-seeking contexts.

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