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Used together with:
use (8)
point (7)
eye (6)
area (5)
target (5)

Stem cursor$ (all stems)

36 papers:

HCIDUXU-UI-2015-LaiH #mobile
Virtual Touchpad for Cursor Control of Touchscreen Thumb Operation in the Mobile Context (YRL, TKPH), pp. 563–574.
HCIHCI-DE-2015-NakatsujiYKT #towards
Airway Cursor: A Pointing Technique Based on Direction of Mouse Movement Towards a Targets (TN, KY, IK, YT), pp. 396–404.
The implicit fan cursor: a velocity dependent area cursor (XS, OKCA, RWHL), pp. 753–762.
Binocular cursor: enabling selection on transparent displays troubled by binocular parallax (JHL, SHB), pp. 3169–3172.
CHICHI-2013-LucaZPH #using
Using fake cursors to secure on-screen password entry (ADL, EvZ, LP, HH), pp. 2399–2402.
CHICHI-2013-TeatherS #3d
Pointing at 3d target projections with one-eyed and stereo cursors (RJT, WS), pp. 159–168.
HCIHCI-IMT-2013-MurataUH #case study
Study on Cursor Shape Suitable for Eye-gaze Input System (AM, RU, TH), pp. 312–319.
CIKMCIKM-2013-SpeicherBG #exclamation #interactive #predict #web
TellMyRelevance!: predicting the relevance of web search results from cursor interactions (MS, AB, MG), pp. 1281–1290.
CHICHI-2012-HuangWB #web
User see, user point: gaze and cursor alignment in web search (JH, RW, GB), pp. 1341–1350.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-HuangWBW #modelling #process #using
Improving searcher models using mouse cursor activity (JH, RWW, GB, KW), pp. 195–204.
Cursor relocation techniques to help older adults find “lost” cursors (NH, FH), pp. 863–866.
CHICHI-2011-HuangWD #problem #using
No clicks, no problem: using cursor movements to understand and improve search (JH, RWW, STD), pp. 1225–1234.
HCIIDGD-2011-ZhangFZ #feedback #visual notation
Effects of Different Visual Feedback Forms on Eye Cursor’s Stabilities (XZ, WF, HZ), pp. 273–282.
CHICHI-2009-BlanchO #concurrent #performance
Rake cursor: improving pointing performance with concurrent input channels (RB, MO), pp. 1415–1418.
CHICHI-2009-ChapuisLP #named
DynaSpot: speed-dependent area cursor (OC, JBL, EP), pp. 1391–1400.
CHICHI-2009-HaradaWMBL #learning #people
Longitudinal study of people learning to use continuous voice-based cursor control (SH, JOW, JM, JAB, JAL), pp. 347–356.
Disambiguating ninja cursors with eye gaze (KJR, OS), pp. 1411–1414.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-TongW #recognition #speech
Compensate the Speech Recognition Delays for Accurate Speech-Based Cursor Position Control (QT, ZW), pp. 752–760.
CHICHI-2008-FitzmauriceMKGK #agile #named
PieCursor: merging pointing and command selection for rapid in-place tool switching (GWF, JM, AK, MG, GK), pp. 1361–1370.
CHICHI-2008-KobayashiI #multi #scalability #using
Ninja cursors: using multiple cursors to assist target acquisition on large screens (MK, TI), pp. 949–958.
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.
Improving eye cursor’s stability for eye pointing tasks (XZ, XR, HZ), pp. 525–534.
CHICHI-2007-TianAWSD #3d
The tilt cursor: enhancing stimulus-response compatibility by providing 3d orientation cue of pen (FT, XA, HW, VS, GD), pp. 303–306.
CHICHI-2006-BioccaTOX #3d #artificial reality #mobile
Attention funnel: omnidirectional 3D cursor for mobile augmented reality platforms (FB, AT, CBO, FX), pp. 1115–1122.
CHICHI-2006-NacentaSCSG #interactive #multi
Perspective cursor: perspective-based interaction for multi-display environments (MAN, SS, BC, SS, CG), pp. 289–298.
The bubble cursor: enhancing target acquisition by dynamic resizing of the cursor’s activation area (TG, RB), pp. 281–290.
CHICHI-2005-PoFB #interactive #pointer
Comparing cursor orientations for mouse, pointer, and pen interaction (BAP, BDF, KSB), pp. 291–300.
CIKMCIKM-2005-FontouraJSY #optimisation
Optimizing cursor movement in holistic twig joins (MF, VJ, EJS, BY), pp. 784–791.
CIKMCIKM-2004-YangFSRB #xml
Virtual cursors for XML joins (BY, MF, EJS, SR, KSB), pp. 523–532.
Making Computers Easier for Older Adults to Use: Area Cursors and Sticky Icons (AW, NW, KB, SEH), pp. 266–271.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-WhisenandE #analysis
Analysis of Cursor Movements with a Mouse (TGW, HHE), pp. 533–536.
CHICHI-1995-KabbashB #using
The “Prince” Technique: Fitts’ Law and Selection Using Area Cursors (PK, WB), pp. 273–279.
CHICHI-1994-ZhaiBM94a #3d
The “Silk Cursor”: investigating transparency for 3D target acquisition (SZ, WB, PM), pp. 459–464.
HCIHCI-SHI-1993-ChaseC #object-oriented
The Effect of Direction on Object-Oriented Cursor Control Actions (JDC, SPC), pp. 231–236.
Systemic implications of leap and an improved two-part cursor (JR), pp. 167–170.
DACDAC-1983-PrazicB #array #automation #using
Automatic routing of double layer gate arrays using a moving cursor (BDP, MAB), pp. 644–650.

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