Understanding Widget Downloading Preferences: Deliverable D6.3.2.8

Yiyun Shen, Petteri Tapio Nurmi, Sini Susanna Ruohomaa, Marko Lehtimäki

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Abstract

This paper explains the results of a user study on 131 participants in Finland. The study measured how feedback information influences user' decision making, and what impact
individual feedback elements have. The study was conducted using a research prototype that simulates a real world widget sharing website. Our results indicate that customer reviews are
the most important feedback element, followed by overall ratings and widget description. Our results also indicate that, with the exception of developer information, individual feedback
elements can provide adequate decision support, and that relatively simple feedback information can result in positive user attitudes towards decision performance.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHelsinki
PublisherTIVIT Cloud Software Finland
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 30 Mar 2011
MoE publication typeC1 Scientific book

Publication series

NameICT SHOK Future Internet
PublisherTIVIT

Bibliographical note

A public technical report of the TIVIT ICT SHOK Future Internet program.
Volume:
Proceeding volume:

Fields of Science

  • 113 Computer and information sciences

Cite this

Shen, Y., Nurmi, P. T., Ruohomaa, S. S., & Lehtimäki, M. (2011). Understanding Widget Downloading Preferences: Deliverable D6.3.2.8. (ICT SHOK Future Internet). Helsinki: TIVIT Cloud Software Finland.
Shen, Yiyun ; Nurmi, Petteri Tapio ; Ruohomaa, Sini Susanna ; Lehtimäki, Marko. / Understanding Widget Downloading Preferences : Deliverable D6.3.2.8. Helsinki : TIVIT Cloud Software Finland, 2011. 14 p. (ICT SHOK Future Internet).
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