Visualizing Social and Temporal Structures in Email: Recent Work in SOYLENT and SNARF
Thursday, February 10, 2005, 15:30pm - Thursday, February 10, 2005, 16:30pm
In this talk, I present two different approaches to this information. The Soylent project, part of my dissertation work at UC Irvine, examines social networks and the temporal shifts within email, and uses them as a way of connecting different forms of interaction. The Snarf project, at Microsoft Research, is more narrowly focused on the email triage task. Snarf exposes some of the most important attributes of recent email in order to place it within a context so that the reader can quickly choose and review it.
SPonsored by the Interactive Systems Research Group.