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33 papers:

CHICHI-2015-BellottiATGDC #modelling #motivation #peer-to-peer #using
A Muddle of Models of Motivation for Using Peer-to-Peer Economy Systems (VB, AA, DT, CG, KD, JMC), pp. 1085–1094.
CHICHI-2015-DillahuntM #community
The Promise of the Sharing Economy among Disadvantaged Communities (TD, ARM), pp. 2285–2294.
CASECASE-2014-HsiehHP #generative #predict #using
Improving the stability and fuel economy for Belt-Starter Generator Mild HEV at idle speed using model predict control (FCH, YDH, YWP), pp. 916–921.
CHICHI-2014-HarveyGS #human-computer
HCI as a means to prosociality in the economy (JH, DG, AS), pp. 2955–2964.
ICPRICPR-2014-OhPKHB #analysis #image #personalisation #social
Personalized Economy of Images in Social Forums: An Analysis on Supply, Consumption, and Saliency (SO, MP, IK, AH, JB), pp. 2011–2016.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-StillwaterK #design #empirical #feedback #matter #multi
Design Matters: Mid-Term Results from a Multi-Design Fuel Economy Feedback Experiment (TS, KSK), pp. 578–584.
HCIDUXU-WM-2013-JangJ #case study #design
Studies on the Design Marketing Strategies in the Experiential Economy through the Case Study of “the Starbucks Company” (YJJ, ECJ), pp. 30–36.
SLESLE-2013-KlintR #domain-specific language #game studies #named
Micro-Machinations — A DSL for Game Economies (PK, RvR), pp. 36–55.
The value of data: considering the context of production in data economies (JV, PD), pp. 533–542.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2011-WuRWS #network #optimisation #research
The Research of Paper Reverse Logistic Network Optimization on the Low-carbon Economy (RW, YR, SW, CS), pp. 336–340.
Optimal allocation of carbon credits to emitting agents in a carbon economy (RA, DB, PS, YN, SVS), pp. 275–280.
Blogging at work and the corporate attention economy (SY, SAG, MJB), pp. 2071–2080.
SEFMSEFM-2008-PetrenkoP #challenge #formal method
Formal Methods and Innovation Economy: Facing New Challenges (AKP, OLP), pp. 367–371.
CAiSECAiSE-2008-YeNY #comprehension
Understanding and Improving Collective Attention Economy for Expertise Sharing (YY, KN, YY), pp. 167–181.
A design-centric view of the economy: abstract (CB), p. 1.
RERE-2007-Sutcliffe #problem #requirements
Requirements in the Global Economy-Experience, Problems and Prospects (AGS), pp. 359–360.
SACSAC-2007-Chiong #algorithm #search-based #using
Applying genetic algorithms to economy market using iterated prisoner’s dilemma (RC), pp. 733–737.
ICALPICALP-v1-2006-CodenottiRV #equilibrium
Computing Equilibrium Prices in Exchange Economies with Tax Distortions (BC, LR, KRV), pp. 584–595.
Intelligent Software Agents in the Knowledge Economy (MSR), pp. 481–485.
Open Trading — The Search for the Information Economy’s Holy Grail (GS), pp. 329–334.
HTHT-2002-Walker #web
Links and power: the political economy of linking on the Web (JW), pp. 72–73.
CSCWCSCW-2002-PetterssonRH #case study
Ambiguities, awareness and economy: a study of emergency service work (MP, DWR, BH), pp. 286–295.
ICEISICEIS-2002-Carballo #estimation
Risk Managment in the New Economy: Estimation and Control of Projects for E-Business and Start-Ups (RC), p. 35.
Confronting Possibilities and Needs in the Digital Economy: Breaking out of the Box to Envision the System (MMD), pp. 432–434.
CSCWCSCW-2000-Thorngate #how
Got a minute? How technology affects the economy of attention (WT), p. 361.
KDDKDD-2000-Stodder #data mining #mining
After the gold rush (invited talk, abstract only): data mining in the new economy (invited talk, abstract only) (DS), p. 7.
Is the new economy socially sustainable? (abstract of invited presentation) (MC), p. 2.
HCIHCI-CCAD-1999-DickelmanB #performance
Performance Support for the Next Millenium: a model for rapidly changing technologies in a global. economy (GJD, AB), pp. 187–191.
TOOLSTOOLS-USA-1999-Dedene #case study #education #eiffel #experience #programming language #student
Experiences Teaching Eiffel as a First Programming Language to Economy Students (GD), pp. 584–592.
SACSAC-1999-Bugarin #approximate #linear #polynomial
Linear Quadratic Approximation for Solving a Model Economy Distorted by Progressive Taxation (MNSB), pp. 52–56.
ICMLICML-1996-Baum #towards
Toward a Model of Mind as a Laissez-Faire Economy of Idiots (EBB), pp. 28–36.
CSCWCSCW-1988-RederS #communication #multi
The Communicative Economy of the Workgroup: Multi-Channel Genres of Communication (SR, RGS), pp. 354–368.
Program Size and Economy of Descriptions: Preliminary Report (ARM, AB), pp. 183–186.

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