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Stem disrupt$ (all stems)

20 papers:

CHICHI-2015-BorstTR #problem #what
What Makes Interruptions Disruptive?: A Process-Model Account of the Effects of the Problem State Bottleneck on Task Interruption and Resumption (JPB, NAT, HvR), pp. 2971–2980.
ICSMEICSME-2014-HallKWM #automation #source code #tool support
Establishing the Source Code Disruption Caused by Automated Remodularisation Tools (MH, MAK, NW, PM), pp. 466–470.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-Fragoso #design #interface
Interface Design Strategies and Disruptions of Gameplay: Notes from a Qualitative Study with First-Person Gamers (SF), pp. 593–603.
CASECASE-2013-ShaoLW #approach #markov
A Markov chain approach to study flow disruptions on surgery in emergency care (XS, JL, DAW), pp. 990–995.
Reducing disruption from subtle information delivery during a conversation: mode and bandwidth investigation (EO, STI, KS), pp. 3111–3120.
SACSAC-2013-KimGKTSK #optimisation
Maximizing availability of content in disruptive environments by cross-layer optimization (MK, AG, JMK, DT, MOS, JSK), pp. 447–454.
DATEDATE-2012-MorchePMV #architecture #named #power management
UWB: Innovative architectures enable disruptive low power wireless applications (DM, MP, GM, PV), pp. 1156–1160.
CSCWCSCW-2012-BenjaminBBGF #how #interactive
Impression management work: how seniors with chronic pain address disruptions in their interactions (AB, JPB, RB, DG, AF), pp. 799–808.
Finding a new normal: the role of technology in life disruptions (MM, JPD, CALD), pp. 719–728.
CSCWCSCW-2012-SemaanM #towards
“Facebooking” towards crisis recovery and beyond: disruption as an opportunity (BS, GM), pp. 27–36.
ICSMEICSM-2011-PaymalPBS #evolution #graph #metric #process #using
Measuring disruption from software evolution activities using graph-based metrics (PP, RP, SB, HPS), pp. 532–535.
CHICHI-2011-Gazan #community #interactive #social
Redesign as an act of violence: disrupted interaction patterns and the fragmenting of a social Q&A community (RG), pp. 2847–2856.
CHICHI-2011-ZadehBKC #challenge #design #what
What’s in a move?: normal disruption and a design challenge (RZ, ADB, SBK, JNC), pp. 2897–2906.
FASEFASE-2010-XiaoOWL #development #scheduling
Dynamic Resource Scheduling in Disruption-Prone Software Development Environments (JX, LJO, QW, ML), pp. 107–122.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2007-OliverGMA #learning #using
Using disruptive technology for explorative learning (IO, KG, AM, CA), pp. 96–100.
CHICHI-2007-IqbalH #analysis #case study
Disruption and recovery of computing tasks: field study, analysis, and directions (STI, EH), pp. 677–686.
SEFMSEFM-2006-Rushby #verification
Harnessing Disruptive Innovation in Formal Verification (JMR), pp. 21–30.
ISMMISMM-1998-Siebert #garbage collection #incremental #realtime
Guaranteeing Non-Disruptiveness and Real-Time Deadlines in an Incremental Garbage Collector (FS), pp. 130–137.
CSCWCSCW-1996-HudsonS #privacy #trade-off
Techniques for Addressing Fundamental Privacy and Disruption Tradeoffs in Awareness Support Systems (SEH, IES), pp. 248–257.
SACSAC-1996-CorcoranW #algorithm #search-based
Reducing disruption of superior building blocks in genetic algorithms (ALC, RLW), pp. 269–276.

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