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Stem vibrat$ (all stems)

26 papers:

CASECASE-2015-TsaiCLT #modelling
Dynamic modeling and vibration suppression of the feed drive system (MST, SJC, CCL, PYT), pp. 106–110.
Vibration-based secure side channel for medical devices (YK, WSL, VR, NKJ, AR), p. 6.
Increase and Decrease of Optical Illusion Strength By Vibration (TH, KY), pp. 366–373.
HCIHIMI-IKD-2015-IwamotoH #induction #using
Induction of a Relaxed State Using a Vibration Stimulus Based on the Respiratory Cycle (NI, HH), pp. 386–395.
CASECASE-2014-XueL #finite
Input-output finite-time stability of time-delay systems and its application to active vibration control (WX, KL), pp. 878–882.
HCIHIMI-DE-2014-Kobayashi14a #case study
Study on Perception of Vibration Rhythms (DK), pp. 208–216.
CSCWCSCW-2013-SaketPHZ #design #effectiveness #interface #mobile
Designing an effective vibration-based notification interface for mobile phones (BS, CP, YH, SZ), pp. 1499–1504.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-FukumotoI #algorithm #interactive #mobile #optimisation #search-based
A Proposal for Optimization Method of Vibration Pattern of Mobile Device with Interactive Genetic Algorithm (MF, TI), pp. 264–269.
Tactile Vibration of Personal Digital Assistants for Conveying Feelings (AN, MN), pp. 400–410.
CASECASE-2012-ChoiFN #analysis #assembly
Vibration analysis in robotic ultrasonic welding for battery assembly (SC, TAF, SN), pp. 550–554.
Input shaping control for suppression of boom vibrations (KSM), pp. 782–785.
DATEDATE-2011-WangKAWMA #energy #simulation #using
Accelerated simulation of tunable vibration energy harvesting systems using a linearised state-space technique (LW, TJK, BMAH, ASW, GVM, INAG), pp. 1267–1272.
CHICHI-2011-KarueiMFMKE #detection #mobile
Detecting vibrations across the body in mobile contexts (IK, KEM, ZFF, RM, SK, MEZ), pp. 3267–3276.
HCIHIMI-v1-2011-MoriTK #adaptation #design #interface
Design of Vibration Alert Interface Based on Tactile Adaptation Model to Vibration Stimulation (YM, TT, SK), pp. 462–469.
Active control of adhesion force for pick-and-place of micro objects with compound vibration in micromanipulation (LC, TC, LS, WR, BS, QY), pp. 716–721.
CASECASE-2010-OuCGWL #energy
A two-mass cantilever beam model for vibration energy harvesting applications (QO, XC, SG, ARW, NL), pp. 301–306.
CASECASE-2009-BukkapatnamMKSK #monitoring #realtime #using
Real-time monitoring of container stability loss using wireless vibration sensor tags (STSB, SM, JK, VS, RK), pp. 221–226.
DATEDATE-2009-WangKABZ #automation #design #energy
An automated design flow for vibration-based energy harvester systems (LW, TJK, BMAH, SPB, DZ), pp. 1391–1396.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-ParkHH #design
Facilitating the Design of Vibration for Handheld Devices (TP, JH, WH), pp. 496–502.
SACSAC-2009-BerardNT #fault #simulation
Sources of error in a rigid body simulation of rigid parts on a vibrating rigid plate (SB, BN, JCT), pp. 1181–1185.
CASECASE-2007-BukkapatnamK #monitoring #using
Container Integrity and Condition Monitoring using RF Vibration Sensor Tags (STSB, RK), pp. 585–590.
CASECASE-2007-MitaniYH #analysis #using
Feeding of Submillimeter-sized Microparts along a Saw-tooth Surface Using Only Horizontal Vibration: Analysis of Convexities on the Surface of Microparts (AM, TY, SH), pp. 69–76.
Two Vibration Modes of a Human Body Sitting on a Car Seat- The Relationship Between Riding Discomfort Affected by the Material Properties of the Seat Cushion and the Two Vibration Modes (MK, FT, HA), pp. 894–903.
HCIHCI-IPT-2007-JungC #feedback #mobile #power management
Perceived Magnitude and Power Consumption of Vibration Feedback in Mobile Devices (JJ, SC), pp. 354–363.
HCIHCI-IPT-2007-ParkHS #design #effectiveness #multi
To Effective Multi-modal Design for Ringtones, Ringback Tones and Vibration of Cell Phones (TP, WH, GS), pp. 429–437.
HCIHCI-EI-1999-ChenLCW #evaluation
The Comfort Evaluation of VR in Vibration and Slopes Environment (CHC, MCL, DYC, HTW), pp. 133–136.

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