We consider activity-centered tasks in email, including the novel task of predicting future involvement of persons from an enterprise in an ongoing activity represented by a folder, and a novel task where we identify email messages that are related to a to-do item. We also evaluate the task of email tagging to folders, where multiple choice is allowed, and an inverse task, of finding messages relevant to a folder associated with an ongoing project. Empirical evaluation using real world email data, applying a graph based link analysis method and a vector-space model, shows potential utility to facilitate activity management in email.
|State||Published - 2008|
|Event||5th Conference on Email and Anti-Spam, CEAS 2008 - Mountain View, CA, United States|
Duration: 21 Aug 2008 → 22 Aug 2008
|Conference||5th Conference on Email and Anti-Spam, CEAS 2008|
|City||Mountain View, CA|
|Period||21/08/08 → 22/08/08|
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