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32 papers:

CHICHI-2015-MejovaBW #personalisation
Bridges into the Unknown: Personalizing Connections to Little-known Countries (YM, JBH, IW), pp. 2633–2642.
KDDKDD-2015-BabaKNKGIAKIHKS #low cost #predict
Predictive Approaches for Low-Cost Preventive Medicine Program in Developing Countries (YB, HK, YN, EK, PPG, RIM, AA, MK, SI, TH, MK, SS, KK, KT, MS, MB, NU, MK, NN), pp. 1681–1690.
SEKESEKE-2015-SaputriL #analysis #machine learning #perspective
Are We Living in a Happy Country: An Analysis of National Happiness from Machine Learning Perspective (TRDS, SWL), pp. 174–177.
HTHT-2014-Hidalgo #big data #comprehension #development #network #social #visualisation
Big data visualization engines for understanding the development of countries, social networks, culture and cities (CAH), p. 3.
VLDBVLDB-2014-AnciauxBDIKMP #named
Folk-IS: Opportunistic Data Services in Least Developed Countries (NA, LB, TD, SI, LK, NM, PP), pp. 425–428.
Future Applied Conventional Technology Engineering New Academic Fields from Manufacturing Country JAPAN (TO, AE, HH), pp. 185–196.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-Abbas #behaviour #case study #challenge #implementation
Challenges in Implementation of TVM (Ticket Vending Machine) in Developing Countries for Mass Transport System: A Study of Human Behavior while Interacting with Ticket Vending Machine-TVM (MA), pp. 245–254.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-BackhausBT #experience #user interface
Positive Technology and User Experience for Human Needs in Developing Countries: Some Considerations (NB, SB, AT), pp. 400–410.
Web-Portal Solution for Supporting In-Country Reviews (MO, TP), pp. 77–83.
KDIRKDIR-KMIS-2013-PapulaVH #analysis #enterprise #network #process
Knowledge Networks as a Source of Knowledge Initiatives and Innovation Activity in Small and Medium Enterprises — Regression Analysis for EU 27 Countries (JP, JV, JH), pp. 389–396.
CHICHI-2012-KumarRTAK #game studies #mobile #speech #using
Improving literacy in developing countries using speech recognition-supported games on mobile devices (AK, PR, AT, RA, MK), pp. 1149–1158.
CSCWCSCW-2012-WycheG #case study #communication #how #product line #quote
“This is how we do it in my country”: a study of computer-mediated family communication among Kenyan migrants in the United States (SW, REG), pp. 87–96.
SEFMSEFM-2011-TongSJ #approach #formal method #information management #process
A Formal Approach to Analysing Knowledge Transfer Processes in Developing Countries (JT, SAS, AEJ), pp. 486–501.
CHICHI-2011-ShklovskiK #internet #online
Online contribution practices in countries that engage in internet blocking and censorship (IS, NK), pp. 1109–1118.
HCIIDGD-2011-LeeY #education #web
Does Internationalization Have Its Own Face in Each Country? Measuring the Internationalization of Web Presence on Higher Education Admission Web Pages between USA and Taiwan (JL, MY), pp. 524–532.
HCIIDGD-2011-Shin #challenge #multi #towards
Toward the New Sullivan Principles in the Information Age: Conflicts and Challenges of Multinational Information Technology Companies in Asian Countries (BS), pp. 393–401.
SIGIRSIGIR-2010-SchedlSSWS #heuristic
Three web-based heuristics to determine a person’s or institution’s country of origin (MS, KS, DS, GW, CS), pp. 801–802.
WCREWCRE-1999-TangHZ99a #identification
Techniques for Identifying the Country Origin of Mailing List Participants (RT, AEH, YZ), pp. 36–40.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2008-PlaneV #capacity #education #framework #perspective
Comparing capacity building frameworks for computer science education in underdeveloped countries: an Asian and African perspective (JDP, IMV), pp. 306–310.
CHICHI-2008-DeRenziLPSMCHSMB #health #named
E-imci: improving pediatric health care in low-income countries (BD, NL, TSP, CS, WM, MC, YH, DS, MM, GB), pp. 753–762.
ICEISICEIS-HCI-2008-HornungBT #web
Assistive Technologies and Techniques for Web Based EGOV in Developing Countries (HHH, MCCB, CdAT), pp. 248–255.
CSEETCSEET-2007-Zeid #lessons learnt #re-engineering
Lessons Learned from Establishing a Software Engineering Academic Programme in Developing Countries (AZ), pp. 11–18.
Integrating Technology into the Medical Environment of a Developing African Country (JK, BC), pp. 468–473.
HCIHCI-IDU-2007-LiangHC #approach #design #experience
User Oriented Design to the Chinese Industries Scenario and Experience Innovation Design Approach for the Industrializing Countries in the Digital Technology Era (YZL, DHH, WKC), pp. 156–163.
ICSEICSE-2006-SisonJORH #case study
Software practices in five ASEAN countries: an exploratory study (RS, SJ, SHO, WR, NNH), pp. 628–631.
ICDARICDAR-2001-LeedhamTY #identification #markov #using
Handwritten Country Name Identification Using Vector Quantisation and Hidden Markov Model (GL, WKT, WLY), pp. 685–688.
Evaluating Telecom Icons Among Asian Countries (DPP, KO, JDAA), pp. 169–172.
The Acceptability of Icons Across Countries (JAS, MPS), pp. 177–180.
HCIHCI-SEC-1997-ScottS #case study
Ergonomics Training in Industrially Developing Countries: Case Studies from “Roving Seminars” (PAS, HS), pp. 139–144.
VLDBVLDB-1982-Fernandez-Villasenor #database
Database Applications in Developing Countries (YFV), pp. 270–272.
ICLPILPC-1982-RoachF82 #migration #prolog #simulation
A Prolog Simulation of Migration Decision Making in a Less Developed Country (JWR, TDF), pp. 110–115.
VLDBVLDB-1979-GhoshCMW #database #scalability
Some Very Large Data Bases in Developing Countries (SPG, AFC, IM, GW), pp. 173–182.

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