BibSLEIGH corpus
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Used together with:
drop (4)
display (3)
point (3)
effici (2)
skin (2)

Stem drag$ (all stems)

14 papers:

CHICHI-2015-IonWB #physics
Skin Drag Displays: Dragging a Physical Tactor across the User’s Skin Produces a Stronger Tactile Stimulus than Vibrotactile (AI, EJW, PB), pp. 2501–2504.
CHICHI-2014-SpindlerSMD #mobile
Pinch-drag-flick vs. spatial input: rethinking zoom & pan on mobile displays (MS, MS, MM, RD), pp. 1113–1122.
ICSEICSE-2013-LeeCJ #performance #program transformation #refactoring
Drag-and-drop refactoring: intuitive and efficient program transformation (YYL, NC, REJ), pp. 23–32.
CHICHI-2012-KarrerWB #named #navigation #video
DragLocks: handling temporal ambiguities in direct manipulation video navigation (TK, MW, JOB), pp. 623–626.
CHICHI-2011-DijkstraPV #flexibility #performance
Evaluating effects of structural holds on pointing and dragging performance with flexible displays (RD, CP, RV), pp. 1293–1302.
Do men heal more when in drag?: conflicting identity cues between user and avatar (NY, ND, MY, LN), pp. 773–776.
HCIHCI-UA-2011-VellaVR #people
Investigating Drag and Drop Techniques for Older People with Cognitive Impairment (FV, NV, PR), pp. 530–538.
CHICHI-2007-GuiardDC #documentation #evaluation #navigation
Quantifying degree of goal directedness in document navigation: application to the evaluation of the perspective-drag technique (YG, YD, OC), pp. 327–336.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2006-Bergin #editing
Karel universe drag & drop editor (JB), p. 307.
ICFPICFP-1996-RojemoR #compilation #profiling #revisited
Lag, Drag, Void and Use — Heap Profiling and Space-Efficient Compilation Revisited (NR, CR), pp. 34–41.
CSEETCSEE-1995-Gorski #approach #education #re-engineering
Software Engineering Education: A Dragging-Through Approach (JG), pp. 31–44.
Drag Me, Drop Me, Treat Me Like an Object (AW, PC, RO), pp. 525–530.
CHICHI-1991-MacKenzieSB #comparison
A comparison of input devices in element pointing and dragging tasks (ISM, AS, WB), pp. 161–166.
CHICHI-1990-GillanHARM #how #question
How does Fitts’ law fit pointing and dragging? (DJG, KLH, SA, MR, LM), pp. 227–234.

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