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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Austria
1 × China
1 × Ireland
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
1 × Spain
1 × Switzerland
2 × Canada
8 × USA
Collaborated with:
S.A.Munson R.Sami C.Lampe D.X.Zhou N.Oostendorp S.Chhabra R.A.Virzi R.E.Kraut J.Riedl E.Rosengren E.W.Johnston K.S.Ling E.Krupka C.R.Richardson C.Li Y.Wang Q.Mei J.A.Konstan A.Hotho J.Pindado M.Hess M.W.Newman D.Lauterbach M.E.Morris N.Iacovou M.Suchak P.Bergstrom A.M.Rashid R.D.Tassone S.R.Barley W.H.Dutton S.B.Kiesler J.Yates T.K.Bikson E.D.Mynatt R.D.Puttnam L.S.Sproull B.Wellman G.Beenen X.Wang K.Chang D.Frankowski
Talks about:
recommend (5) convers (3) onlin (3) contribut (2) interfac (2) manipul (2) display (2) system (2) social (2) resist (2)

Person: Paul Resnick

DBLP DBLP: Resnick:Paul

Facilitated 1 volumes:

RecSys 2010Ed

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
SIGIR 20142014
RecSys 20122012
CSCW 20112011
CHI 20102010
RecSys 20102010
RecSys 20092009
CHI 20082008
RecSys 20082008
CHI 20072007
RecSys 20072007
CHI 20062006
CHI 20042004
CSCW 20042004
CSCW 20002000
CSCW 19941994
CHI 19921992
CSCW 19921992

Wrote 21 papers:

CHI-2015-MunsonKRR #physics #process
Effects of Public Commitments and Accountability in a Technology-Supported Physical Activity Intervention (SAM, EK, CRR, PR), pp. 1135–1144.
SIGIR-2014-LiWRM #classification #interactive #named #query #retrieval
ReQ-ReC: high recall retrieval with query pooling and interactive classification (CL, YW, PR, QM), pp. 163–172.
RecSys-2012-ChhabraR #named #recommendation
CubeThat: news article recommender (SC, PR), pp. 295–296.
CSCW-2011-MunsonRR #twitter
Thanks and tweets: comparing two public displays (SAM, ER, PR), pp. 331–340.
CSCW-2011-NewmanLMRM #challenge #facebook #health #network #online #problem #social #using
It’s not that I don’t have problems, I’m just not putting them on facebook: challenges and opportunities in using online social networks for health (MWN, DL, SAM, PR, MEM), pp. 341–350.
CHI-2010-MunsonR #how
Presenting diverse political opinions: how and how much (SAM, PR), pp. 1457–1466.
RecSys-2010-ResnickKHP #contest #named #question
Contests: way forward or detour? (PR, JAK, AH, JP), pp. 37–38.
RecSys-2009-ZhouR #assessment #recommendation
Assessment of conversation co-mentions as a resource for software module recommendation (DXZ, PR), pp. 133–140.
Conversation pivots and double pivots (DXZ, NO, MH, PR), pp. 1009–1012.
RecSys-2008-OostendorpR #interface #recommendation #reduction
Three recommender approaches to interface controls reduction (NO, PR), pp. 235–242.
RecSys-2008-ResnickS #recommendation
The information cost of manipulation-resistance in recommender systems (PR, RS), pp. 147–154.
Follow the reader: filtering comments on slashdot (CL, EWJ, PR), pp. 1253–1262.
RecSys-2007-ResnickS #recommendation
The influence limiter: provably manipulation-resistant recommender systems (PR, RS), pp. 25–32.
CHI-2006-RashidLTRKR #game studies
Motivating participation by displaying the value of contribution (AMR, KSL, RDT, PR, REK, JR), pp. 955–958.
CHI-2004-LampeR #distributed #online #scalability
Slash(dot) and burn: distributed moderation in a large online conversation space (CL, PR), pp. 543–550.
CSCW-2004-BarleyDKRKY #question
Does CSCW need organization theory? (SRB, WHD, SBK, PR, REK, JY), pp. 122–124.
CSCW-2004-BeenenLWCFRK #community #motivation #online #social #using
Using social psychology to motivate contributions to online communities (GB, KSL, XW, KC, DF, PR, REK), pp. 212–221.
Beyond bowling together (PR, TKB, EDM, RDP, LSS, BW), p. 363.
CSCW-1994-ResnickISBR #architecture #collaboration #named
GroupLens: An Open Architecture for Collaborative Filtering of Netnews (PR, NI, MS, PB, JR), pp. 175–186.
CHI-1992-ResnickV #interface
Skip and scan: cleaning up telephone interface (PR, RAV), pp. 419–426.
CSCW-1992-Resnick #framework #named #platform
HyperVoice: A Phone-Based CSCW Platform (PR), pp. 218–225.

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