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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × Georgia
1 × Italy
11 × USA
2 × China
2 × France
5 × Canada
Collaborated with:
S.R.Fussell H.Wang G.Gay J.Riedl D.Frankowski G.Gao L.G.Terveen V.S.Sosik X.Zhao B.Xu J.Thom-Santelli A.Sharma J.Cheng S.K.Lam V.Schwanda G.Leshed S.Voida S.Lawrence D.M.Pennock S.Sen I.Albert J.A.Konstan N.Goyal C.W.Yuan L.D.Setlock S.Ibara L.Reynolds J.Baxter S.Lee S.Nomura A.M.Rashid P.J.Ludford N.N.Bazarova Y.H.Choi J.Whitlock V.D.Khovanskaya E.P.S.Baumer D.J.Crandall D.P.Huttenlocher J.M.Kleinberg S.Suri S.B.Kiesler D.C.Hau Z.Yao N.Salehi S.Naranjit S.Alwaalan S.T.Peesapati J.Schultz M.Lepage S.Jeong B.Alson P.Adams C.Sarabu D.Perez J.T.Hancock J.P.Birnholtz P.L.McLeod J.Lewenstein A.Herman J.Holloway K.Boehner J.Osterhouse F.M.Harper S.M.McNee P.Gopalkrishnan
Talks about:
translat (6) communiti (5) collabor (5) social (5) machin (5) effect (5) group (5) support (4) convers (4) system (4)

Person: Dan Cosley

DBLP DBLP: Cosley:Dan

Facilitated 1 volumes:

CSCW 2015Ed

Contributed to:

CSCW 20152015
CHI 20142014
CSCW 20142014
CHI 20132013
CSCW 20132013
HT 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
CHI 20112011
CSCW 20112011
CHI 20102010
CSCW 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
KDD 20082008
CHI 20062006
CSCW 20062006
SIGIR 20062006
CHI 20052005
CHI 20042004
CHI 20032003
CSCW 20022002
VLDB 20022002

Wrote 32 papers:

CSCW-2015-BazarovaCSCW #difference #facebook #social
Social Sharing of Emotions on Facebook: Channel Differences, Satisfaction, and Replies (NNB, YHC, VSS, DC, JW), pp. 154–164.
CSCW-2015-GaoXHYCF #collaboration #multi
Two is Better Than One: Improving Multilingual Collaboration by Giving Two Machine Translation Outputs (GG, BX, DCH, ZY, DC, SRF), pp. 852–863.
CSCW-2015-SharmaC #modelling #people #resource management
Studying and Modeling the Connection between People’s Preferences and Content Sharing (AS, DC), pp. 1246–1257.
CHI-2014-GoyalLCF #analysis #collaboration
Effects of implicit sharing in collaborative analysis (NG, GL, DC, SRF), pp. 129–138.
Improving machine translation by showing two outputs (BX, GG, SRF, DC), pp. 3743–3746.
CSCW-2014-GaoXCF #how #multi
How beliefs about the presence of machine translation impact multilingual collaborations (GG, BX, DC, SRF), pp. 1549–1560.
CHI-2013-GaoWCF #experience
Same translation but different experience: the effects of highlighting on machine-translated conversations (GG, HCW, DC, SRF), pp. 449–458.
CHI-2013-KhovanskayaBCVG #approach #design #quote #what
“Everybody knows what you’re doing”: a critical design approach to personal informatics (VDK, EPSB, DC, SV, GG), pp. 3403–3412.
CHI-2013-ZhaoSNAVC #facebook #performance #social #social media
The many faces of facebook: experiencing social media as performance, exhibition, and personal archive (XZ, NS, SN, SA, SV, DC), pp. 1–10.
CSCW-2013-WangFC #idea
Machine translation vs. common language: effects on idea exchange in cross-lingual groups (HCW, SRF, DC), pp. 935–944.
CSCW-2013-YuanSCF #communication #comprehension #multi
Understanding informal communication in multilingual contexts (CWY, LDS, DC, SRF), pp. 909–922.
HT-2013-ChengC #how
How annotation styles influence content and preferences (JC, DC), pp. 214–218.
CHI-2012-ZhaoSC #facebook #how
It’s complicated: how romantic partners use facebook (XZ, VSS, DC), pp. 771–780.
CSCW-2012-SosikZC #how
See friendship, sort of: how conversation and digital traces might support reflection on friendships (VSS, XZ, DC), pp. 1145–1154.
CHI-2011-SchwandaIRC #persuasion #tool support
Side effects and “gateway” tools: advocating a broader look at evaluating persuasive systems (VS, SI, LR, DC), pp. 345–348.
CSCW-2011-WangFC #difference
From diversity to creativity: stimulating group brainstorming with cultural differences and conversationally-retrieved pictures (HCW, SRF, DC), pp. 265–274.
CHI-2010-PeesapatiSSLJC #named
Pensieve: supporting everyday reminiscence (STP, VS, JS, ML, SyJ, DC), pp. 2027–2036.
CHI-2010-Thom-SantelliCG #collaboration #what
What do you know?: experts, novices and territoriality in collaborative systems (JTS, DC, GG), pp. 1685–1694.
CSCW-2010-WangCF #idea #visual notation
Idea expander: supporting group brainstorming with conversationally triggered visual thinking stimuli (HCW, DC, SRF), pp. 103–106.
CHI-2009-CosleyBLANASG #navigation #semantics #social
A tag in the hand: supporting semantic, social, and spatial navigation in museums (DC, JB, SL, BA, SN, PA, CS, GG), pp. 1953–1962.
CHI-2009-LeshedPHCBLMG #behaviour #feedback #realtime #visualisation
Visualizing real-time language-based feedback on teamwork behavior in computer-mediated groups (GL, DP, JTH, DC, JPB, SL, PLM, GG), pp. 537–546.
CHI-2009-Thom-SantelliCG #authoring #collaboration #what
What’s mine is mine: territoriality in collaborative authoring (JTS, DC, GG), pp. 1481–1484.
CHI-2008-CosleyLHHBNBG #named #social
ArtLinks: fostering social awareness and reflection in museums (DC, JL, AH, JH, JB, SN, KB, GG), pp. 403–412.
KDD-2008-CrandallCHKS #community #feedback #online #similarity #social
Feedback effects between similarity and social influence in online communities (DJC, DC, DPH, JMK, SS), pp. 160–168.
CHI-2006-CosleyFTR #community #overview #using
Using intelligent task routing and contribution review to help communities build artifacts of lasting value (DC, DF, LGT, JR), pp. 1037–1046.
CSCW-2006-SenLRCFOHR #community #evolution
tagging, communities, vocabulary, evolution (SS, SKL, AMR, DC, DF, JO, FMH, JR), pp. 181–190.
SIGIR-2006-FrankowskiCSTR #privacy #risk management #what
You are what you say: privacy risks of public mentions (DF, DC, SS, LGT, JR), pp. 565–572.
CHI-2005-CosleyFKTR #community #how
How oversight improves member-maintained communities (DC, DF, SBK, LGT, JR), pp. 11–20.
CHI-2004-LudfordCFT #community #difference #online #using
Think different: increasing online community participation using uniqueness and group dissimilarity (PJL, DC, DF, LGT), pp. 631–638.
CHI-2003-CosleyLAKR #how #interface #recommendation
Is seeing believing?: how recommender system interfaces affect users’ opinions (DC, SKL, IA, JAK, JR), pp. 585–592.
CSCW-2002-McNeeACGLRKR #on the #recommendation #research
On the recommending of citations for research papers (SMM, IA, DC, PG, SKL, AMR, JAK, JR), pp. 116–125.
VLDB-2002-CosleyLP #framework #named #recommendation #testing #using
REFEREE: An Open Framework for Practical Testing of Recommender Systems using ResearchIndex (DC, SL, DMP), pp. 35–46.

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