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fact (5)
logic (3)
game (2)
what (2)

Stem fiction$ (all stems)

24 papers:

ESOPESOP-2015-SieczkowskiSBP #consistency #logic
A Separation Logic for Fictional Sequential Consistency (FS, KS, LB, JPP), pp. 736–761.
CHICHI-2015-BlytheSRO #design #game studies
Solutionism, the Game: Design Fictions for Positive Aging (MB, JS, JR, CO), pp. 3849–3858.
CSCWCSCW-2015-ProstMT #design #energy #towards #using
From Awareness to Empowerment: Using Design Fiction to Explore Paths towards a Sustainable Energy Future (SP, EEM, MT), pp. 1649–1658.
HCIDUXU-DD-2015-Penzenstadler #design #tool support
A Toolkit for SE for Sustainability — A Design Fiction (BP), pp. 634–643.
Incorporating Fictionality into the Real World with Transmedia Storytelling (MS, TN), pp. 654–665.
CHICHI-2014-Blythe #design #research
Research through design fiction: narrative in real and imaginary abstracts (MB), pp. 703–712.
CHICHI-2014-BonsignoreMNHKD #authentication #design #game studies #interactive
Design tactics for authentic interactive fiction: insights from alternate reality game designers (EMB, VM, CN, DLH, KK, AD), pp. 947–950.
HCIDUXU-TMT-2014-FrancaMS #internet
Digital Self: Fiction and Non-fiction on the Internet (ACPdF, LRdLM, MMS), pp. 537–547.
SACSAC-2014-SeoKTC #analysis #framework #network #social
A structural analysis of literary fictions with social network framework (JS, SHK, HT, HGC), pp. 634–640.
User-Experience and Science-Fiction in Chinese, Indian, and Japanese Films (AM), pp. 72–78.
HTHT-2012-DinhNT #effectiveness #network #question #social
Cheap, easy, and massively effective viral marketing in social networks: truth or fiction? (TND, DTN, MTT), pp. 165–174.
HTHT-2012-MitchellM #hypermedia
The paradox of rereading in hypertext fiction (AM, KM), pp. 103–112.
ESOPESOP-2012-JensenB #logic
Fictional Separation Logic (JBJ, LB), pp. 377–396.
CHICHI-2012-TanenbaumTW #design
Steampunk as design fiction (JT, KT, RW), pp. 1583–1592.
ICMTICMT-2012-WimmerKKRSS #model transformation #reuse #rule-based
Fact or Fiction — Reuse in Rule-Based Model-to-Model Transformation Languages (MW, GK, AK, WR, JS, WS), pp. 280–295.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-Zeller #design #what
What You See Is What You Don’t Get: Addressing Implications of Information Technology through Design Fiction (LZ), pp. 329–336.
DACDAC-2008-YagiRKHTMSDM #question
ESL hand-off: fact or EDA fiction? (HY, WR, TK, EH, HT, MM, GS, ND, GM), pp. 310–312.
ICEISICEIS-J-2008-IbrahimNM08a #web
“Fact or Fiction?” Imposing Legitimacy for Trustworthy Information on the Web: A Qualitative Inquiry (ENMI, NLMN, SM), pp. 297–306.
HTHT-2007-WrightP #case study
A study of publisher, writer, and reader: different perspectives on digital fiction (HW, DP), pp. 157–158.
HCIHCI-MIE-2007-EusticeRWSNR #named
nan0sphere: Location-Driven Fiction for Groups of Users (KE, VR, AW, MS, NTN, PLR), pp. 852–861.
KRKR-1998-Horrocks #logic #question #using
Using an Expressive Description Logic: FaCT or Fiction? (IH), pp. 636–649.
AdaTRI-Ada-1994-HollowayVGS #formal method
Formal Methods Fact vs. Fiction (CMH, BLDV, DG, MS), pp. 256–258.
HTHT-ECHT-1992-Kahn #hypermedia
Hypertext Fiction and Literary Theory (Demonstration) (PK), p. 295.
The Coupling Effect: Fact or Fiction (AJO), pp. 131–140.

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