User Behavior Analysis of the Open-Ended Document Classification System
Real-world document classification is an open-ended problem, rather than a close-ended problem, because the document classification domain continually evolves as the time passes. Unlike the close-ended document classification, the participants in the open-ended problem actively take part in the problem solving process. For this reason, it is important to understand the problem solver’s behavioral characteristics. This paper proposes a thorough analysis of them. We found that the problem solving strategies are significantly different among participants because of individual differences in cognition among participants.
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