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Best JASIST Paper Award Recipients

The Best JASIST Paper Award recognizes the outstanding paper published in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), the fully refereed official scholarly publication of ASIS&T.  It has been sponsored by John Wiley and Sons since 1997 who awards a $1,500 cash prize and $500 for travel to the ASIS&T Annual Meeting.  Papers are judged on the significance of the contributions to knowledge; relevance to key issues in information science; validity of results; originality of ideas; methods or applications; and quality of the presentation.

The recipients of the JASIST Best Paper Award are:

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Michale Kurtz and Edwin Henneken
“Measuring Metrics - A 40-Year Longitudinal Cross-Validation of Citations, Downloads, and Peer Review in Astrophysics”

Dorte Madsen,
Liberating Interdisciplinarity from Myth. An Exploration of the Discursive Construction of Identities in Information Studies

Huang, Sheng-Cheng; Bias, Randolph G; Schnyer, David
How are icons processed by the brain? Neuroimaging measures of four types of visual stimuli used in information systems. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(4):702-720, 2015

Frans van der Sluis, Egon I. van den Broek, Richard J. Glassey, Elisabeth M.A.G. van Dijk, and Franciska MG de Jong
When Complexity Becomes Interesting (volume 65, issue 7)

Suzan Verberne, Maarten van der Heijden, Max Hinne, Maya Sappelli, Saskia Koldijk, Eduard Hoenkamp andWessel Kraaij
Reliability and Validity of Query Intent Assessments (volume 64, issue 11)

Wu, Ling-Ling, Huang, Mu-Hsuan, and Chen, Ching-Yi
Citation patterns of the pre-web and web-prevalent environments: The moderating effects of domain knowledge

Sukomal Pal, Mandar Mitra and Jaap Kamps
Evaluation Effort, Reliability, and Reusability in XML Retrieval

Jim Jansen and Soo-Young Rieh
The Seventeen Theoretical Constructs of Information Searching and Information Retrieval

Max L. Wilson, M.C. Schraefel, and Ryen W. White
Evaluating Advanced Search Interfaces Using Established Information-Seeking Models

Ofer Bergman, Ruth Beyth-Marom, Rafi Nachmias
The User-Subjective Approach to Personal Information Management Systems Design: Evidence and Implementations

Teresa M. Harrison, Theresa Pardo, Ramon Gil-Garcia, Fiona Thompson, Dubravka Juraga
Geographic Information Technologies, Structuration Theory, and the World Trade Center Crisis

Catherine Blake and Wanda Pratt, "Collaborative Information Synthesis, Part 1" & "Collaborative Information Synthesis, Part 2: Recommendations for Information Systems to Support Synthesis"

Lisl Zach
When is Enough? Modeling the Information-Seeking and Stopping Behavior of Senior Arts Administrators

Soo Young Rieh
On the Web at Home: Information Seeking and the Web Searching in the Home Environment

Cecilia Brown
"The Role of Electronic Preprints in Chemical Communication: Analysis of Citation, Usage, and Acceptance in the Journal Literature"

Gary Marchionini
Co-evolution of User and Organizational Interfaces: A Longitudinal Case Study of WWW Dissemination of National Statistics

Martin Kaszkiel and Justin Zobel
Effective Ranking with Arbitrary Passages

Robert M. Losee
When Information Retrieval Measures Agree About the Relative Quality of Document Rankings

Marcia Bates
The Invisible Substrate of Information Science

Paul Solomon
Special Award for a Series (Volume 48), Part I, Part II, Part III

Howard D. White and Katherine W. McCain
"Visualizing a Discipline: An Author Co-Citation Analysis of Information Science"

Stephen P. Harter
"Variations in Relevance Assessments and the Measurement of Retrieval Effectiveness"

Christine Borgman, Andrea Gallagher, Sandra Hirsh, and Virginia Walter
Children's Searching Behavior on Browsing and Keyword Online Catalogs: The Science Library Catalog Project

Carol Barry
User-Defined Relevance Criteria: An Exploratory Study

Ingrid Hsieh-Yee
Effects of Search Experience and Subject Knowledge on the Search Tactics of Novice and Experienced Searchers

Ray R. Larson
Evaluation of Advanced Retrieval Techniques in an Experimental Online Catalog

Raya Fidel
Searchers' Selection of Search Keys

Gerald Candela and Donna Harman
Retrieving Records from a Gigabyte of Text on a Minicomputer Using Statistical Ranking

Gary Marchionini
Information-Seeking Strategies of Novices Using a Full-Text Encyclopedia

Tefko Saracevic, Donna Trivison, Alice Chamis, and Paul Kantor
A Study of Information Seeking and Retrieving

Susanne M. Humphrey and Nancy E. Miller
Knowledge-Based Indexing of the Medical Literature: The Indexing Aid Project

Henry Small
The Synthesis of Speciality Narratives from Co-Citation Clusters

Robert Fugman
The Five-Axiom Theory of Indexing and Information Supply

Raya Fidel
Online Searching Styles: A Case-Study Based Model of Searching Behavior

Richard S. Marcus
An Experimental Comparison of the Effectiveness of Computers and Humans as Search Intermediaries

Robert S. Taylor
Value Added Processes in the Information Life Cycle

Richard S. Marcus and J. Francis Reintjes
A Translating Computer Interface for End-User Operation of Heterogeneous Retrieval Systems

David C. Blair
Searching Biases in Large Interactive Document Retrieval Systems

Marcia J. Bates
Information Search Tactics

William S. Cooper
Indexing Documents by Gedanken Experimentation

Michael F. Lynch
Variety Generation - A Reinterpretation of Shannon's Mathematical Theory of Communication, and its Implications for Information Science

Derek de Solla Price
A General Theory of Bibliometric and Other Cumulative Advantage Processes

Rowena Weiss Swanson
Performing Evaluation Studies in Information Science

Victor Rosenberg
The Scientific Premises of Information Science

William S. Cooper
On Selecting a Measure of Retrieval Effectiveness

Christine Montgomery
Linguistics and Information Science

James E. Rush, R. Salvador, and A. Zamora
Automatic Abstracting and Indexing.  Production of Indicative Abstracts by Application of Contextual Inference and Syntactic Coherence Criteria

Gerald Salton
Automatic Processing of Foreign Language Documents

F. Wilfrid Lancaster
MEDLARS: Report on Evaluation of its Operating Efficiency