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Informatics, Volume 2, Issue 1 (March 2015) – 1 article , Pages 1-3

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Editorial
Human–Information Interaction—A Special Issue of the Journal of Informatics
Informatics 2015, 2(1), 1-3; https://doi.org/10.3390/informatics2010001 - 24 Mar 2015
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Every day, people from different professions and disciplines need to use information to make decisions, plan courses of action, discover patterns in big data, solve problems, analyze situations, make sense of phenomena, learn new concepts, make forecasts about future trends, and so on. [...] Read more.
Every day, people from different professions and disciplines need to use information to make decisions, plan courses of action, discover patterns in big data, solve problems, analyze situations, make sense of phenomena, learn new concepts, make forecasts about future trends, and so on. People whose professions involve the frequent or continual performance of such activities include scientists, healthcare specialists, medical researchers, librarians, journalists, engineers, stock brokers, archeologists, educators, social scientists, and others—i.e., the so-called knowledge workers. As the amount and complexity of information is on the rise, it is becoming more important to understand how humans use and interact with information to support their everyday tasks and activities. [...] Full article
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