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Tag #lens

89 papers:

ICFP-2019-MiltnerMFPWZ #symmetry
Synthesizing symmetric lenses (AM, SM, KF, BCP, DW, SZ), p. 28.
DiGRADiGRA-2019-Casas-RomaA #categorisation
Categorizing Morality Systems Through the Lens of Fallout (JCR, JAM).
ICMLICML-2019-BhagojiCMC #learning
Analyzing Federated Learning through an Adversarial Lens (ANB, SC, PM, SBC), pp. 634–643.
Lenses and Learners (BF, MJ), pp. 16–29.
BXBX-2019-JohnsonRo #multi
Multicategories of Multiary Lenses (MJ, RDR), pp. 30–44.
ICFP-2018-HornPC #incremental #relational
Incremental relational lenses (RH, RP, JC), p. 30.
Synthesizing quotient lenses (SM, AM, KF, BCP, DW, SZ), p. 29.
ICPRICPR-2018-ShiZWTYZ #modelling #network
Radial Lens Distortion Correction by Adding a Weight Layer with Inverted Foveal Models to Convolutional Neural Networks (YS, DZ, JW, XT, XY, HZ), pp. 1–6.
ICPRICPR-2018-ZouZLLH #generative #image
Generation Textured Contact Lenses Iris Images Based on 4DCycle-GAN (HZ, HZ, XL, JL, ZH), pp. 3561–3566.
Synthesizing bijective lenses (AM, KF, BCP, DW, SZ), p. 30.
ASEASE-2018-JanesMR #developer #named
code_call_lens: raising the developer awareness of critical code (AJ, MM, BR), pp. 876–879.
ESOPESOP-2018-Matsuda0 #combinator #named #programming #using
HOBiT: Programming Lenses Without Using Lens Combinators (KM, MW0), pp. 31–59.
FASEFASE-2018-DiskinKL #multi
Multiple Model Synchronization with Multiary Delta Lenses (ZD, HK, ML), pp. 21–37.
ICSMEICSME-2017-LevinY #co-evolution #fine-grained #maintenance #semantics
The Co-evolution of Test Maintenance and Code Maintenance through the Lens of Fine-Grained Semantic Changes (SL, AY), pp. 35–46.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2017-MuellerTBJ #design #game studies #interactive
13 Game Lenses for Designing Diverse Interactive Jogging Systems (F'M, CTT, RB, MJ0), pp. 43–56.
MDEBX-2017-JohnsonR #symmetry
Universal Updates for Symmetric Lenses (MJ, RR), pp. 39–53.
DiGRADiGRA-FDG-2016-RyanSF #design #game studies
Four Lenses for Designing Morally Engaging Games (MR, DS, PF).
ICPRICPR-2016-FerreiraG #3d #performance
Accurate and fast micro lenses depth maps from a 3D point cloud in light field cameras (RF, NG), pp. 1893–1898.
ICPRICPR-2016-NikonorovPBYYKS #comparative #evaluation
Comparative evaluation of deblurring techniques for Fresnel lens computational imaging (AVN, MVP, SAB, YVY, PYY, NLK, RVS, VF), pp. 775–780.
Unifying Set-Based, Delta-Based and Edit-Based Lenses (MJ, RDR), pp. 1–13.
FSEFSE-2016-CohenPV #algorithm #testing
Budgeted testing through an algorithmic lens (MBC, AP, NVV), pp. 948–951.
VLDBVLDB-2015-YangMFLK #approach #named #on-demand
Lenses: An On-Demand Approach to ETL (YY, NM, RF, ZHL, OK), pp. 1578–1589.
ICSMEICSME-2015-CodobanRDB #case study #developer #how #why
Software history under the lens: A study on why and how developers examine it (MC, SSR, DD, BB), pp. 1–10.
ICFPICFP-2015-MatsudaW #bidirectional #programming
Applicative bidirectional programming with lenses (KM, MW), pp. 62–74.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2015-BekkerVRGSE #game studies
Investigating Perspectives on Play: The Lenses of Play Tool (TB, LDV, PR, MdG, BAMS, BE), pp. 469–474.
CHICHI-2015-AminiRLHI #comprehension #visualisation
Understanding Data Videos: Looking at Narrative Visualization through the Cinematography Lens (FA, NHR, BL, CH, PI), pp. 1459–1468.
CHICHI-2015-FrenchSBH #ambiguity #how
Is This How We (All) Do It?: Butler Lies and Ambiguity Through a Broader Lens (MF, MES, JPB, JTH), pp. 4079–4082.
CHICHI-2015-LiangSCCCYCC #interactive #named
WonderLens: Optical Lenses and Mirrors for Tangible Interactions on Printed Paper (RHL, CS, YCC, GTC, LWC, DNY, MYC, BYC), pp. 1281–1284.
Worship, Faith, and Evangelism: Religion as an Ideological Lens for Engineering Worlds (MGA, DKR, IE), pp. 69–81.
CSCWCSCW-2015-ShklovskiBBK #interactive #maintenance #online #relational #social
Friendship Maintenance in the Digital Age: Applying a Relational Lens to Online Social Interaction (IS, LB, NB, JK), pp. 1477–1487.
Spans of Delta Lenses (MJ, RR), pp. 1–15.
Calibration of lens distortion for super-wide-angle stereo vision (HK, YH, TT, AO), pp. 843–848.
HTHT-2014-FerraraIT #online #topic
Online popularity and topical interests through the lens of instagram (EF, RI, AT), pp. 24–34.
IFLIFL-2014-DomoszlaiLP14a #bidirectional #parametricity
Parametric lenses: change notification for bidirectional lenses (LD, BL, RP), p. 9.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2014-Wood #game studies #physics #using
Using play as a lens to bridge the physical with the digital (GW), pp. 307–310.
CHICHI-2014-MottW #using
Beating the bubble: using kinematic triggering in the bubble lens for acquiring small, dense targets (MEM, JOW), pp. 733–742.
KDDKDD-2014-Conway #social
Data science through the lens of social science (DC), p. 1520.
Spans of lenses (MJ, RDR), pp. 112–118.
CHICHI-2013-KaneFW #documentation #gesture
Access lens: a gesture-based screen reader for real-world documents (SKK, BF, JOW), pp. 347–350.
Delta Lenses and Opfibrations (MJ, RDR), pp. 129–146.
Composing Least-change Lenses (NM, HP, AC, JNO), pp. 57–75.
BXBX-2013-RajkumarFLC #web
Lenses for Web Data (RR, NF, SL, JC), pp. 90–110.
CASECASE-2013-ZhouSHJLS #simulation
Numerical simulation in compression molding of glass lens (JZ, TS, YH, YJ, ML, LS), pp. 669–674.
DocEngDocEng-2012-PeroniSV #documentation #semantics #using
Faceted documents: describing document characteristics using semantic lenses (SP, DS, FV), pp. 191–194.
BXBX-2012-GibbonsJ #algebra
Relating Algebraic and Coalgebraic Descriptions of Lenses (JG, MJ), pp. 5–20.
Lens put-put laws: monotonic and mixed (MJ, RDR), pp. 55–67.
BXBX-2012-PachecoCH #induction
Delta Lenses over Inductive Types (HP, AC, ZH), pp. 21–37.
Edit lenses (MH, BCP, DW), pp. 495–508.
CHICHI-2011-RohsOS #interactive #validation
Interaction with magic lenses: real-world validation of a Fitts’ Law model (MR, AO, TS), pp. 2725–2728.
ICEISICEIS-J-2011-PereiraB11a #analysis #evaluation #social
Seeing Social Software Analysis and Evaluation through the Lenses of Culture (RP, MCCB), pp. 374–387.
BXBX-2011-Gibbons1 #algebra #monad
Lenses are Coalgebras for the Costate Comonad (JG), p. 56.
BXBX-2011-Gibbons2 #algebra
Lenses, Coalgebraically (JG), p. 57.
BXBX-2011-Hofmann #symmetry
Symmetric lenses (MH), p. 60.
PEPMPEPM-2011-PachecoC #bidirectional #optimisation
Calculating with lenses: optimising bidirectional transformations (HP, AC), pp. 91–100.
POPLPOPL-2011-HofmannPW #symmetry
Symmetric lenses (MH, BCP, DW), pp. 371–384.
CASECASE-2011-MartinezOGG #adaptation #automation #fault
An adaptable vision system for the automatic inspection of surface defects in automotive headlamp lenses (SSM, JGO, ASG, JGG), pp. 157–162.
Matching lenses: alignment and view update (DMJB, JC, NF, MG, BCP), pp. 193–204.
High-precision magnification lenses (CA, OC, EP), pp. 273–282.
CHICHI-2010-CaoRWBG #design #programming
End-user mashup programming: through the design lens (JC, YR, SW, MMB, VG), pp. 1009–1018.
CHICHI-2010-IraniVDPG #design #development
Postcolonial computing: a lens on design and development (LI, JV, PD, KP, REG), pp. 1311–1320.
ICPRICPR-2010-ZhangST10a #detection
Contact Lens Detection Based on Weighted LBP (HZ, ZS, TT), pp. 4279–4282.
Extraordinary computing: religion as a lens for reconsidering the home (SW, REG), pp. 749–758.
WCREWCRE-2008-ByelasT #diagrams #metric #visualisation
The Metric Lens: Visualizing Metrics and Structure on Software Diagrams (HB, ACT), pp. 339–340.
Quotient lenses (JNF, AP, BCP), pp. 383–396.
Sigma lenses: focus-context transitions combining space, time and translucence (EP, CA), pp. 1343–1352.
Target acquisition with camera phones when used as magic lenses (MR, AO), pp. 1409–1418.
Quotient Lenses (NF), p. 31.
POPLPOPL-2008-BohannonFPPS #named #string
Boomerang: resourceful lenses for string data (AB, JNF, BCP, AP, AS), pp. 407–419.
Electronic Portfolios through a Qualitative Lens (RLF, CK), pp. 247–254.
Pointing lenses: facilitating stylus input through visual-and motor-space magnification (GR, AC, RB, MBL), pp. 757–766.
PODSPODS-2006-BohannonPV #relational
Relational lenses: a language for updatable views (AB, BCP, JAV), pp. 338–347.
ICPRICPR-v4-2006-KyweYM #using
Contact Lens Extraction by Using Thermo-Vision (WWK, MY, KM), pp. 570–573.
ICPRICPR-v4-2006-SekoSHMK #image #quote #scalability
“Firefly capturing method”: Motion capturing by monocular camera with large spherical aberration of lens and Hough-transform-based image processing (YS, YS, HH, JM, HK), pp. 821–824.
Lens aberration aware timing-driven placement (ABK, CHP, PS, QW), pp. 890–895.
Exploring technology adoption and use through the lens of residential mobility (IS, SDM), pp. 621–630.
ICEISICEIS-v5-2004-AvisonW #information management #web
Information Systems Failure Explained through the Lens of the Cultural Web (DEA, DWW), pp. 203–210.
A Generic Camera Calibration Method for Fish-Eye Lenses (JK, SSB), pp. 10–13.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2003-Honkaranta #content management #documentation #enterprise #using
Developing Document and Content Management in Enterprises Using a “Genre Lens” (AH), pp. 334–340.
Camera Calibration with a Motorized Zoom Lens (YSC, YPH, CSF, SWS), pp. 4495–4498.
ICPRICPR-v4-2000-KopilovicVS #analysis #detection
Application of Panoramic Annular Lens for Motion Analysis Tasks: Surveillance and Smoke Detection (IK, BV, TS), pp. 4714–4717.
IWPCIWPC-1999-CainM #c++ #using #visualisation
Program Visualisation using C++ Lenses (JWC, RJM), pp. 20–26.
Composing Magic Lenses (DF), pp. 519–525.
Photometric calibration of zoom lens systems (NA, AA, MB), pp. 186–190.
ICPRICPR-1996-Zhang #geometry #image #on the
On the epipolar geometry between two images with lens distortion (ZZ), pp. 407–411.
CHICHI-1994-RaoC94a #interactive #visual notation #visualisation
The table lens: merging graphical and symbolic representations in an interactive focus + context visualization for tabular information (RR, SKC), pp. 318–322.
FPCAFPCA-1991-MeijerFP #functional #programming
Functional Programming with Bananas, Lenses, Envelopes and Barbed Wire (EM, MMF, RP), pp. 124–144.
Object lens: letting end-users create cooperative work applications (KYL, TWM), pp. 425–426.
CHICHI-1989-MackayMCRRC #how #question
How do experienced information lens users use rules? (WEM, TWM, KC, RR, DR, SKC), pp. 211–216.
CSCWCSCW-1988-LaiM #spreadsheet
Object Lens: A “Spreadsheet” for Cooperative Work (KYL, TWM), pp. 115–124.

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