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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
1 × United Kingdom
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
M.A.Terry D.Blostein Y.Li J.Ruiz V.Sugarman M.Nancel D.Vogel Y.Ren R.Stedman A.Bunt C.Szentgyorgyi Y.N.Cheng J.S.Thorley S.Chen
Talks about:
use (4) recognit (3) interact (2) document (2) diagram (2) motion (2) mobil (2) error (2) game (2) ink (2)

Person: Edward Lank

DBLP DBLP: Lank:Edward

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CHI 20072007
ICDAR 20032003
ICDAR 20012001
ICDAR 19971997

Wrote 11 papers:

Clutching Is Not (Necessarily) the Enemy (MN, DV, EL), pp. 4199–4202.
CHI-2015-SugarmanL #design #persuasion
Designing Persuasive Technology to Manage Peak Electricity Demand in Ontario Homes (VS, EL), pp. 1975–1984.
CHI-2014-RenLL #mobile #named
InkAnchor: enhancing informal ink-based note taking on touchscreen mobile phones (YR, YL, EL), pp. 1123–1132.
CHI-2011-RuizLL #gesture #interactive #mobile
User-defined motion gestures for mobile interaction (JR, YL, EL), pp. 197–206.
CHI-2010-LankST #documentation #fault #injection #using
Estimating residual error rate in recognized handwritten documents using artificial error injection (EL, RS, MAT), pp. 1–4.
CHI-2009-BuntTL #research
Friend or foe?: examining CAS use in mathematics research (AB, MAT, EL), pp. 229–238.
CHI-2008-SzentgyorgyiTL #game studies #social #using
Renegade gaming: practices surrounding social use of the Nintendo DS handheld gaming system (CS, MAT, EL), pp. 1463–1472.
CHI-2007-LankCR #predict #using
Endpoint prediction using motion kinematics (EL, YCNC, JR), pp. 637–646.
ICDAR-2003-Lank #diagrams #framework #interactive #recognition
A Retargetable Framework for Interactive Diagram Recognition (EL), pp. 185–189.
ICDAR-2001-LankTCB #diagrams #online #recognition #uml
On-Line Recognition of UML Diagrams (EL, JST, SC, DB), pp. 356–360.
ICDAR-1997-LankB #documentation #information management #n-gram #named #recognition #representation #visual notation
N-grams: a well-structured knowledge representation for recognition of graphical documents (EL, DB), pp. 801–804.

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