naive user

naive user

A luser. Tends to imply someone who is ignorant mainly owing to inexperience. When this is applied to someone who *has* experience, there is a definite implication of stupidity.
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Hence, this paper recommends an enhanced cloud service discovery mechanism based on ontology for naive user requests.
Kids are finding what they want on the Internet--or believe they are--and search-engine improvements have increased the likelihood that even a naive user will turn up decent results.
Toxicologist Richard Sykes told the inquest Mr Pinkney was a naive user of the artificially manufactured methadone, which is normally prescribed to help wean addicts off drugs like heroin.
Good companies don't send spam--and nefarious code is often spread by spare or passed from one naive user to the next.
The age of the naive user, however, has almost certainly peaked, and we must learn to cope with the consequences.
Mr Farrer said the victim was a naive user of the drug and that he requested Brown to inject him.
On the corporate side, said Pethia, a single naive user with an easy-to-guess password exposes the entire organization to risk.
Both programmer and naive user are affected in much the same way by excessive reliance on computer-based retrieval systems.
They found that most end-users of online bibliographic systems search infrequently and never progress beyond the naive user stage.
Coroner Roger Whittaker recorded that Mr Maciver died as a result of drug abuse, adding that he was "a naive user of that substance".
Even if the automated system can infer the meaning from the words present, it lacks the subtlety to express this meaning in terms that a naive user will employ when searching for that information.
It is not obvious that the system itself would be designed as so user-friendly that it would help the naive user along.