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Stem mind$ (all stems)

53 papers:

DACDAC-2015-LiuWLCWBQ #challenge #design #security
Cloning your mind: security challenges in cognitive system designs and their solutions (BL, CW, HL, YC, QW, MB, QQ), p. 5.
Mind Your Coins: Fully Leakage-Resilient Signatures with Graceful Degradation (AF, JBN, DV), pp. 456–468.
CSCWCSCW-2015-GiesbrechtCS #mobile
Back in Sight, Back in Mind: Picture-Centric Support for Mobile Counseling Sessions (TG, TC, GS), pp. 486–495.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-KlugeKZ #energy #risk management
Inside the User’s Mind — Perception of Risks and Benefits of Unknown Technologies, Exemplified by Geothermal Energy (JK, SK, MZ), pp. 324–334.
Mind the duality gap: safer rules for the Lasso (OF, AG, JS), pp. 333–342.
ICLPICLP-2015-RoseckyPB #energy #grid #prolog #simulation
Grid Mind: Prolog-Based Simulation Environment for Future Energy Grids (JR, FP, BB).
CHICHI-2014-NorvalAH #network #recommendation #social #what
What’s on your mind?: investigating recommendations for inclusive social networking and older adults (CN, JLA, VLH), pp. 3923–3932.
CSCWCSCW-2014-QuattroneMC #behaviour
Mind the map: the impact of culture and economic affluence on crowd-mapping behaviours (GQ, AJM, LC), pp. 934–944.
HCIDUXU-DP-2014-KramerN #design
Designing with the User in Mind a Cognitive Category Based Design Methodology (JK, SN), pp. 152–163.
HCIHCI-TMT-2014-Wahl #visual notation
Augmentation and the Visual Mind (HW), pp. 145–156.
HCIHIMI-AS-2014-HirokawaFSY #learning #mindmap
Learning Winespeak from Mind Map of Wine Blogs (SH, BF, TS, CY), pp. 383–393.
KMISKMIS-2014-DoyleM #integration #named
Mind-of-the-Product — At the Heart of GRC Knowledge Integration (ED, DM), pp. 306–312.
ICSEICSE-2014-RempelMKC #consistency #guidelines #traceability
Mind the gap: assessing the conformance of software traceability to relevant guidelines (PR, PM, TK, JCH), pp. 943–954.
HTHT-2013-WangQS #analysis #realtime #social #twitter
Reading tweeting minds: real-time analysis of short text for computational social science (ZW, DQ, DÓS), pp. 169–173.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-MiliarakiBGZ #mining #scalability #sequence
Mind the gap: large-scale frequent sequence mining (IM, KB, RG, SZ), pp. 797–808.
MSRMSR-2013-DullemondGSD #distributed #microblog #problem
Fixing the “out of sight out of mind” problem: one year of mood-based microblogging in a distributed software team (KD, BvG, MADS, AvD), pp. 267–276.
CHICHI-2013-HeklerKFB #behaviour #human-computer #research #using
Mind the theoretical gap: interpreting, using, and developing behavioral theory in HCI research (EBH, PVK, JF, MPB), pp. 3307–3316.
CHICHI-2013-ThiemeWJMLWOM #design #women
Design to promote mindfulness practice and sense of self for vulnerable women in secure hospital services (AT, JW, PJ, JCM, SEL, PCW, PO, TDM), pp. 2647–2656.
Exploring the Mind: Integrating Questionnaires and fMRI (ES, RB, AG, AH, LC), pp. 262–270.
CHICHI-2012-FasteL #mindmap
The untapped promise of digital mind maps (HF, HL), pp. 1017–1026.
CAiSECAiSE-2012-PuenteD #mindmap #refactoring #wiki
Wiki Refactoring as Mind Map Reshaping (GP, OD), pp. 646–661.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2012-PereiraBB #design
Keeping Values in Mind — Artifacts for a Value-oriented and Culturally Informed Design (RP, SBB, MCCB), pp. 25–34.
DocEngDocEng-2011-BeelL #analysis #mindmap
An exploratory analysis of mind maps (JB, SL), pp. 81–84.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-Yom-TovD #physics #social
Out of sight, not out of mind: on the effect of social and physical detachment on information need (EYT, FD), pp. 385–394.
OnwardOnward-2011-MarceauFK #error message #fault #interactive
Mind your language: on novices’ interactions with error messages (GM, KF, SK), pp. 3–18.
HTHT-2010-BeelG10a #mindmap
Enhancing search applications by utilizing mind maps (JB, BG), pp. 303–304.
CHICHI-2010-KarkkainenVV #case study #mobile #process
I don’t mind being logged, but want to remain in control: a field study of mobile activity and context logging (TK, TV, KVVM), pp. 163–172.
LICSLICS-2010-Plotkin #tool support
Robin Milner, a Craftsman of Tools for the Mind (GDP), pp. 58–59.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2009-MarcosFM #education #uml
The two states of the mind to teach UML (LdM, FF, JJM), p. 361.
CHICHI-2009-DucheneautWYW #case study #personalisation
Body and mind: a study of avatar personalization in three virtual worlds (ND, MHW, NY, GW), pp. 1151–1160.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-ShamloM #evolution #image #named
Mind-Mirror: EEG-Guided Image Evolution (NBS, SM), pp. 569–578.
KDDKDD-2009-PanS #collaboration #scalability
Mind the gaps: weighting the unknown in large-scale one-class collaborative filtering (RP, MS), pp. 667–676.
CSCWCSCW-2008-BurkeK08a #community #online
Mind your Ps and Qs: the impact of politeness and rudeness in online communities (MB, RK), pp. 281–284.
The Importance of Human Stance in Reading Machine’s Mind (Intention) (AI, KT), pp. 795–803.
HCIHIMI-MTT-2007-Watanabe07a #communication
Human-Entrained E-COSMIC: Embodied Communication System for Mind Connection (TW), pp. 1008–1016.
SIGIRSIGIR-2007-ShahKF #algorithm #case study #feedback
Making mind and machine meet: a study of combining cognitive and algorithmic relevance feedback (CS, DK, XF), pp. 877–878.
A small-world model of the human mind (JLM, ACdR, CMBAC), pp. 15–22.
HTHT-2005-MillardGMW #semantic gap
Mind the semantic gap (DEM, NG, DTM, MJW), pp. 54–62.
MindMapX (LD), p. 405.
Weathering MindStorms with drizzle and DIODE in CS0 (JCE, ASB, SG, SS, JPP, DAT, MJK), p. 353.
SIGIRSIGIR-2003-BerrettiCNSW #data fusion #distributed #library #multi #named
MIND: resource selection and data fusion in multimedia distributed digital libraries (SB, JPC, HN, XMS, SW), p. 465.
CHICHI-2001-MynattRCJ #product line
Digital family portraits: supporting peace of mind for extended family members (EDM, JR, SC, AJ), pp. 333–340.
VISSOFTSVIS-2001-BaloianL #visualisation
Visualization for the Mind’s Eye (NAB, WL), pp. 354–367.
ICSEICSE-2000-Morrogh #education
Is software education narrow-minded? A position paper (PM), pp. 545–546.
ICDARICDAR-1999-Stork #documentation #research
Character and Document Research in the Open Mind Initiative (DGS), pp. 1–12.
SIGMODSIGMOD-1999-ChangG #query
Mind Your Vocabulary: Query Mapping Across Heterogeneous Information Sources (KCCC, HGM), pp. 335–346.
VLDBVLDB-1998-IshikawaSF #database #multi #named #query
MindReader: Querying Databases Through Multiple Examples (YI, RS, CF), pp. 218–227.
CHICHI-1996-VelichkovskyH #human-computer #interactive
New Technological Windows into Mind: There is More in Eyes and Brains for Human-Computer Interaction (BV, JPH), pp. 496–503.
ICMLICML-1996-Baum #towards
Toward a Model of Mind as a Laissez-Faire Economy of Idiots (EBB), pp. 28–36.
HTHT-ECHT-1994-KaplanM #design #ontology
Where No Mind Has Gone Before: Ontological Design for Virtual Spaces (NK, SM), pp. 206–216.
AdaTRI-Ada-1993-DownsDMTT #ada #using
Using X with the ADA Mind-Set (MD, JD, KM, LT, CT), pp. 20–28.
Neural Agents — A Frame of Mind (SSA, AKN), pp. 139–149.
VLDBVLDB-1987-GonnetT #approach #modelling
Mind Your Grammar: a New Approach to Modelling Text (GHG, FWT), pp. 339–346.

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