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Stem comfort$ (all stems)

44 papers:

CASECASE-2015-FarhanPWL #algorithm #machine learning #predict #using
Predicting individual thermal comfort using machine learning algorithms (AAF, KRP, BW, PBL), pp. 708–713.
CASECASE-2015-LiX #energy #learning #multi
A multi-grid reinforcement learning method for energy conservation and comfort of HVAC in buildings (BL, LX), pp. 444–449.
CASECASE-2015-ZhaoCWCJZ #assessment
Experimental assessment of a satisfaction based thermal comfort control for a group of occupants (QZ, ZC, FW, ZC, YJ, ZZ), pp. 15–20.
Showcase for a satisfaction based group comfort control system (QZ, ZC, FW, ZC, YJ, ZZ), pp. 697–698.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-HuDZYR #research
The Experimental Research of the Thumb’s Comfortable Control Area (HH, JD, CZ, FY, LR), pp. 44–52.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-KollingKHC #design #evaluation #feedback #interactive #process #using
Estimating Ergonomic Comfort During the Process of Mechanism Design by Interaction with a Haptic Feedback-System — Evaluation of Simulated and Kinesthetically Displayed Mechanisms Using the Haptic Feedback System RePlaLink (TK, MK, MH, BC), pp. 62–73.
CASECASE-2014-ZhaoCWJD #case study
Experimental study of group thermal comfort model (QZ, ZC, FW, YJ, JD), pp. 1075–1078.
Craving, creating, and constructing comfort: insights and opportunities for technology in hospice (RDF, MM, EAC, KAM), pp. 1479–1490.
HCIDHM-2014-Li0ZHZ #case study #evaluation
Study on the Evaluation of Automotive Seat Comfort during Prolonged Simulated Driving (XL, LD, QXZ, HH, CZ), pp. 101–111.
HCIDHM-2014-XueZCZ #evaluation
Comfort Evaluation of Cockpit Based on Dynamic Pilot Posture (HX, XZ, YC, LZ), pp. 160–166.
HCIDHM-2014-YangZYHZL #design
Based on Upper Extremity Comfort ROM of Ergonomic Methods for Household Products Design (FY, QXZ, AY, HH, XZ, ZQL), pp. 167–173.
HCIDUXU-DP-2014-PosadaHB #motivation #on the #user interface
On Feelings of Comfort, Motivation and Joy that GUI and TUI Evoke (JEGP, ECSH, MCCB), pp. 273–284.
CASECASE-2013-ZhaoZXCWS #framework
A unified control framework of HVAC system for thermal and acoustic comforts in office building (YZ, QZ, LX, ZC, FW, FS), pp. 416–421.
Evaluating Comfort Levels of a Workstation with an Individually Controlled Heating and Lighting System (EMdK, LKE, MES, LHvO, BvdZ, GV, GH), pp. 213–222.
HCIDHM-SET-2013-SunNHMDJMQ #adaptation #design #interactive #physics #safety
Adaptive User-Centered Design for Safety and Comfort of Physical Human Nursing — Care Robot Interaction (MS, HN, SH, KM, MD, CaJ, TM, GQ), pp. 365–372.
The Relationship Between Handlebar and Saddle Heights on Cycling Comfort (MCC, HCW, NTT), pp. 12–19.
CHICHI-2012-MalheirosJPBS #case study #effectiveness #personalisation
Too close for comfort: a study of the effectiveness and acceptability of rich-media personalized advertising (MM, CJ, SP, SB, MAS), pp. 579–588.
CHICHI-2011-KelleyBCS #question
When are users comfortable sharing locations with advertisers? (PGK, MB, LFC, NMS), pp. 2449–2452.
CSCWCSCW-2011-InkpenS #communication
Me and my avatar: exploring users’ comfort with avatars for workplace communication (KMI, MS), pp. 383–386.
HCIDHM-2011-ShenY #assessment
The Application of the Human Model in the Thermal Comfort Assessment of Fighter Plane’s Cockpit (HS, XY), pp. 357–366.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-BaughD #design #experience #locality #user interface
Designing Notebook Computers to Ensure a Comfortable User Experience: Effects of Surface Temperature, Material, Locality, and Ambient Temperature (EB, RD), pp. 539–547.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-KimMLJAS #experience #metric #user interface
Measurement of User Experience to Select a Comfortable Mattress (JYK, SNM, MHL, JHJ, JHA, YSS), pp. 449–458.
HCIHCI-UA-2011-BonariniCGMRT #game studies #problem
Affective Videogames: The Problem of Wearability and Comfort (AB, FC, MG, MM, MR, ST), pp. 649–658.
HCIHIMI-v1-2011-TanakaYSN #comparison #using
Characteristics of Comfortable Sheet Switches on Control Panels of Electrical Appliances: Comparison Using Older and Younger Users (YT, YY, MS, MN), pp. 498–507.
HCIHIMI-v2-2011-TanumaSNN #artificial reality #design #using
Comfortable Design of Task-Related Information Displayed Using Optical See-Through Head-Mounted Display (KT, TS, MN, MN), pp. 419–429.
CASECASE-2010-SunLJJWS #energy
An integrated control of shading blinds, natural ventilation, and HVAC systems for energy saving and human comfort (BS, PBL, QSJ, ZJ, FW, CS), pp. 7–14.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2010-EhlertS #comparison #object-oriented
Comparison of OOP first and OOP later: first results regarding the role of comfort level (AE, CS), pp. 108–112.
HCIHCI-AUII-2009-DuvalHC #interactive #performance #smarttech
Considering Personal Profiles for Comfortable and Efficient Interactions with Smart Clothes (SD, CH, GC), pp. 731–740.
HCIHCI-AUII-2009-UangLC #anti
The Effects of an Anti-glare Sleeve Installed on Fluorescent Tube Lamps on Glare and Reading Comfort (STU, CLL, MC), pp. 544–553.
HCIDHM-2007-ChoiKHSKHLPMMHL #modelling #simulation
Human Body Modeling for Riding Comfort Simulation (HYC, KMK, JH, SS, SHK, SHH, KNL, JKP, NM, CM, EH, IL), pp. 813–823.
HCIHIMI-IIE-2007-MurakamiTOH #development #energy
Development of Cooperative Building Controller for Energy Saving and Comfortable Environment (YM, MT, FO, MH), pp. 1078–1087.
Living in the comfort zone (MCR), pp. 611–622.
CASECASE-2006-HuangLYZ #fuzzy #predict
Fuzzy Model Predictive Control for a Comfort Air-Conditioning System (YH, NL, YY, JZ), pp. 530–533.
DATEDATE-2006-ProchnowH #modelling
Comfortable modeling of complex reactive systems (SP, RvH), pp. 577–578.
CHICHI-2004-PaulosG #game studies
The familiar stranger: anxiety, comfort, and play in public places (EP, EG), pp. 223–230.
HPDCHPDC-2004-GuptaLD #comprehension
Measuring and Understanding User Comfort With Resource Borrowing (AG, BL, PAD), pp. 214–224.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2003-LynchM #learning #student
The winds of change: students’ comfort level in different learning environments (KL, SM), pp. 70–73.
HCIHCI-CCAD-1999-PapaioannouN #user interface #using
An optimum UI for using a high comfort and enhanced manoeuvrability wheelchair for transportation tasks (GP, AN), pp. 932–936.
HCIHCI-EI-1999-ChenLCW #evaluation
The Comfort Evaluation of VR in Vibration and Slopes Environment (CHC, MCL, DYC, HTW), pp. 133–136.
HCIHCI-EI-1999-ChenMRK #empirical #evaluation #metric
The Physiological Measurement of User Comfort Levels: An Evaluation Experiment for Comparing Three Types of CRTs (SC, YM, XR, HK), pp. 193–196.
HCIHCI-SEC-1997-KohnoA #concept #named
ROIS: A New Concept to Change into Safe and Comfortable World (MK, YA), pp. 205–208.
CAiSECAiSE-1995-AlbrechtABDT #agile #database #design #development
The Rapid Application and Database Development Workbench — A Comfortable Database Design Tool (MA, MA, EB, AD, BT), pp. 327–340.
SIGMODSIGMOD-1993-MoenkebergZHW #automation #database #performance #prototype #towards
The COMFORT Prototype: A Step Toward Automated Database Performance Tuning (AM, PZ, CH, GW), pp. 542–543.
HCIHCI-ACS-1993-SaitoTSSS #visual notation
Physiological Indices of Visual Fatigue and Visual Comfort Related to VDT Work (SS, ST, SS, MS, TS), pp. 909–913.

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