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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Italy
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
B.B.Bederson G.Smith A.J.B.Brush M.Czerwinski B.Lee T.Ni D.Wigdor S.E.Schechter J.SanGiovanni S.Amini J.Krumm J.Teevan D.McDuff A.Kapoor A.Roseway G.G.Robertson D.C.Robbins L.P.Vardoulakis D.Morris J.Gatewood D.S.Tan S.T.Iqbal B.Meyers G.Ramos K.Lee J.C.Tang
Talks about:
mobil (5) phone (3) use (3) patient (2) search (2) thumb (2) devic (2) hand (2) base (2) awar (2)

Person: Amy K. Karlson

DBLP DBLP: Karlson:Amy_K=

Contributed to:

CHI 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CHI 20062006
CHI 20052005

Wrote 10 papers:

CHI-2012-AminiBKTK #mobile
Trajectory-aware mobile search (SA, AJBB, JK, JT, AKK), pp. 2561–2564.
CHI-2012-McDuffKKRC #memory management #named
AffectAura: an intelligent system for emotional memory (DM, AKK, AK, AR, MC), pp. 849–858.
CHI-2012-VardoulakisKMSGT #mobile #using
Using mobile phones to present medical information to hospital patients (LPV, AKK, DM, GS, JG, DST), pp. 1411–1420.
CHI-2011-KarlsonSL #ecosystem #experience #version control
Which version is this?: improving the desktop experience within a copy-aware computing ecosystem (AKK, GS, BL), pp. 2669–2678.
CHI-2011-NiKW #communication #named #using
AnatOnMe: facilitating doctor-patient communication using a projection-based handheld device (TN, AKK, DW), pp. 3333–3342.
CHI-2010-KarlsonIMRLT #mobile #smarttech
Mobile taskflow in context: a screenshot study of smartphone usage (AKK, STI, BM, GR, KL, JCT), pp. 2009–2018.
CHI-2009-KarlsonBS #comprehension #mobile
Can I borrow your phone?: understanding concerns when sharing mobile phones (AKK, AJBB, SES), pp. 1647–1650.
CHI-2008-KarlsonB #legacy
One-handed touchscreen input for legacy applications (AKK, BBB), pp. 1399–1408.
CHI-2006-KarlsonRRCS #interface #mobile #named
FaThumb: a facet-based interface for mobile search (AKK, GGR, DCR, MC, GS), pp. 711–720.
CHI-2005-KarlsonBS #design
AppLens and launchTile: two designs for one-handed thumb use on small devices (AKK, BBB, JS), pp. 201–210.

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