BibSLEIGH corpus
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code (8)
cursor (4)
data (4)
use (3)
base (3)

Stem bubbl$ (all stems)

29 papers:

ICSEICSE-v2-2015-BarikLM #commit
Commit Bubbles (TB, KL, ERMH), pp. 631–634.
DATEDATE-2014-KimKKYL #design
Coarse-grained Bubble Razor to exploit the potential of two-phase transparent latch designs (HK, DK, JJK, SY, SL), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-ZhangB #analysis #probability
Stochastic analysis of Bubble Razor (GZ, PAB), pp. 1–6.
HTHT-2014-NagulendraV #case study #comprehension #interactive #visualisation
Understanding and controlling the filter bubble through interactive visualization: a user study (SN, JV), pp. 107–115.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-OzcanTAKMRW #big data #question
Are we experiencing a big data bubble? (, NT, DJA, MK, CM, KR, JLW), pp. 1407–1408.
CHICHI-2014-MottW #lens #using
Beating the bubble: using kinematic triggering in the bubble lens for acquiring small, dense targets (MEM, JOW), pp. 733–742.
CHICHI-2014-SeahPBKOKCS #named #smell
SensaBubble: a chrono-sensory mid-air display of sight and smell (SAS, DMP, PDB, AK, VSO, JK, AC, SS), pp. 2863–2872.
HCIDHM-2014-OtaWKTGH #comparison #process
Comparison of Different Tea Whisk Influence on Bubble Form in Processes of “The Way of Tea” (TO, ZW, SK, YT, AG, HH), pp. 197–203.
CHICHI-2013-LiaoF #interactive #topic
Beyond the filter bubble: interactive effects of perceived threat and topic involvement on selective exposure to information (QVL, WTF), pp. 2359–2368.
VISSOFTVISSOFT-2013-ReissT13a #tool support #visualisation
Tool demonstration: The visualizations of code bubbles (SPR, AT), pp. 1–4.
RecSysRecSys-2013-TaramigkouBCAM #music
Escape the bubble: guided exploration of music preferences for serendipity and novelty (MT, EB, KC, DA, GM), pp. 335–338.
Worm-Bubble Flow Control (LC, TMP), pp. 366–377.
ICPRICPR-2012-StrokinaMELK #detection
Detection of bubbles as Concentric Circular Arrangements (NS, JM, TE, LL, HK), pp. 2655–2659.
ICSEICSE-2012-DeLineBRJR #debugging #experience #industrial #paradigm
Debugger Canvas: Industrial experience with the code bubbles paradigm (RD, AB, KR, JJ, SPR), pp. 1064–1073.
ICSEICSE-2012-ReissBL #programming
Code Bubbles: A practical working-set programming environment (SPR, JNB, JJLJ), pp. 1411–1414.
CHICHI-2010-BragdonZRKCKCAL #comprehension #interface #maintenance
Code bubbles: a working set-based interface for code understanding and maintenance (AB, RCZ, SPR, SK, WC, JK, CC, FA, JJLJ), pp. 2503–2512.
CHICHI-2010-MoffattM #fault #named
Steadied-bubbles: combining techniques to address pen-based pointing errors for younger and older adults (KM, JM), pp. 1125–1134.
ICPRICPR-2010-PatrauceanGC #identification #invariant #using
Bubble Tag Identification Using an Invariant — Under — Perspective Signature (VP, PG, JC), pp. 408–411.
Developing and evaluating the code bubbles metaphor (AB), pp. 525–526.
ICSEICSE-2010-BragdonRZKCKCAL #development #ide #paradigm #user interface
Code bubbles: rethinking the user interface paradigm of integrated development environments (AB, SPR, RCZ, SK, WC, JK, CC, FA, JJLJ), pp. 455–464.
ICSEICSE-2010-BragdonRZKCKCAL10a #research
A research demonstration of code bubbles (AB, SPR, RCZ, SK, WC, JK, CC, FA, JJLJ), pp. 293–296.
CHICHI-2008-LaukkanenIR #lazy evaluation #performance
The cone and the lazy bubble: two efficient alternatives between the point cursor and the bubble cursor (JL, PI, KJR), pp. 309–312.
Bubbling menus: a selective mechanism for accessing hierarchical drop-down menus (TT, MMCS), pp. 1195–1204.
RTARTA-2006-AntoyBC #correctness #on the
On the Correctness of Bubbling (SA, DWB, SHC), pp. 35–49.
The bubble cursor: enhancing target acquisition by dynamic resizing of the cursor’s activation area (TG, RB), pp. 281–290.
VLDBVLDB-2003-ZhouS #clustering #metric
Data Bubbles for Non-Vector Data: Speeding-up Hierarchical Clustering in Arbitrary Metric Spaces (JZ, JS), pp. 452–463.
STOCSTOC-1995-DolevKKP #adaptation #named #network #performance
Bubbles: adaptive routing scheme for high-speed dynamic networks (Extended Abstract) (SD, EK, DK, DP), pp. 528–537.
DACDAC-1978-Fortin #approximate #diagrams #named #using
BUBBLE: Relationship diagrams using iterative vector approximation (GF), pp. 145–151.
VLDBVLDB-1978-Chang #database #on the #relational
On Bubble Memories and Relational Data Base (HC), pp. 207–229.

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