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studi (6)
practic (5)
engin (4)
explor (4)
consumpt (3)

Stem food$ (all stems)

34 papers:

CHICHI-2015-AbbarMW #twitter #what
You Tweet What You Eat: Studying Food Consumption Through Twitter (SA, YM, IW), pp. 3197–3206.
CHICHI-2015-CordeiroBCF #lightweight #mobile
Rethinking the Mobile Food Journal: Exploring Opportunities for Lightweight Photo-Based Capture (FC, EB, EC, JF), pp. 3207–3216.
CHICHI-2015-CordeiroETBJAF #challenge
Barriers and Negative Nudges: Exploring Challenges in Food Journaling (FC, DAE, ET, EB, AKJ, GDA, JF), pp. 1159–1162.
CHICHI-2015-GanglbauerFG #what #why
Why and what did we throw out?: Probing on Reflection through the Food Waste Diary (EG, GF, FG), pp. 1105–1114.
RecSysRecSys-2015-GeRM #recommendation
Health-aware Food Recommender System (MG, FR, DM), pp. 333–334.
CHICHI-2014-HsuYYHCB #persuasion
Persuasive technology for overcoming food cravings and improving snack choices (AH, JY, YHY, MSH, CC, AEB), pp. 3403–3412.
CHICHI-2014-WeiMZ #social #using
Food messaging: using edible medium for social messaging (JW, XM, SZ), pp. 2873–2882.
CSCWCSCW-2014-GanglbauerFSG #case study #community #network #social
Think globally, act locally: a case study of a free food sharing community and social networking (EG, GF, ÖS, FG), pp. 911–921.
HCIHIMI-DE-2014-BannaiKA #education #game studies #interface
Food Practice Shooter: A Serious Game with a Real-World Interface for Nutrition and Dietary Education (YB, TK, NA), pp. 139–147.
ICPRICPR-2014-KusumotoHC #hybrid #recognition
Hybrid Aggregation of Sparse Coded Descriptors for Food Recognition (RK, XHH, YWC), pp. 1490–1495.
KDDKDD-2014-KateCPK #mining #named #safety
FoodSIS: a text mining system to improve the state of food safety in singapore (KK, SC, AP, JK), pp. 1709–1718.
CHICHI-2013-ClearHMFB #case study #design #student
Domestic food and sustainable design: a study of university student cooking and its impacts (AKC, MH, JM, AF, OB), pp. 2447–2456.
CHICHI-2013-ComberHHMO #design
Food practices as situated action: exploring and designing for everyday food practices with households (RC, JH, AvH, PM, PO), pp. 2457–2466.
HCIHIMI-HSM-2013-EverardJM #mobile #product line
Enabling Access to Healthy Food Alternatives for Low-Income Families: The Role of Mobile Technology (AE, BMJ, SM), pp. 245–251.
RecSysRecSys-2013-PessemierDM13a #recommendation
A food recommender for patients in a care facility (TDP, SD, LM), pp. 209–212.
CHICHI-2012-ComberWHLTMMMO #assessment #visual notation
Supporting visual assessment of food and nutrient intake in a clinical care setting (RC, JW, JH, SL, GT, AM, LM, PM, PO), pp. 919–922.
CHICHI-2012-DombrowskiVHM #case study
The labor practices of service mediation: a study of the work practices of food assistance outreach (LD, AV, GRH, MM), pp. 1977–1986.
CHICHI-2012-HupfeldR #human-computer
Laying the table for HCI: uncovering ecologies of domestic food consumption (AH, TR), pp. 119–128.
CHICHI-2012-NarumiBKTH #artificial reality
Augmented perception of satiety: controlling food consumption by changing apparent size of food with augmented reality (TN, YB, TK, TT, MH), pp. 109–118.
CIKMCIKM-2012-Chung #using
Finding food entity relationships using user-generated data in recipe service (YjC), pp. 2611–2614.
ICPRICPR-2012-MatsudaY #multi #ranking #recognition
Multiple-food recognition considering co-occurrence employing manifold ranking (YM, KY), pp. 2017–2020.
HCIHCI-MIIE-2011-KamiethBS #adaptation #interactive
Adaptive Implicit Interaction for Healthy Nutrition and Food Intake Supervision (FK, AB, CS), pp. 205–212.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2011-Jin-shiH #game studies #traceability
Establishing Food Traceability System based on Game Theory — From the Perspective of Retailers (WJs, LHj), pp. 368–372.
SIGIRSIGIR-2010-DaiD #matter #web
Freshness matters: in flowers, food, and web authority (ND, BDD), pp. 114–121.
GPCEGPCE-2009-Cordy #domain-specific language #generative
Eating our own dog food: DSLs for generative and transformational engineering (JRC), pp. 3–4.
SLESLE-2009-Cordy #domain-specific language #generative
Eating Our Own Dog Food: DSLs for Generative and Transformational Engineering (JRC), p. 1.
CHICHI-2008-GrimesH #human-computer #research
Celebratory technology: new directions for food research in HCI (AG, RH), pp. 467–476.
CAiSECAiSE-2008-SienaMLKPS #case study #effectiveness #modelling #traceability
Exploring the Effectiveness of Normative i* Modelling: Results from a Case Study on Food Chain Traceability (AS, NAMM, JL, IKK, AP, AS), pp. 182–196.
HCIHIMI-MTT-2007-ShimazuKHK #realtime
Tasting Robot with an Optical Tongue: Real Time Examining and Advice Giving on Food and Drink (HS, KK, AH, TK), pp. 950–957.
CASECASE-2006-HuangCC #mobile #safety
Mobile Diagnosis based on RFID for Food Safety (HPH, CSC, TYC), pp. 357–362.
CHICHI-2006-SiekCR #how #learning #people
Pride and prejudice: learning how chronically ill people think about food (KAS, KHC, YR), pp. 947–950.
SEKESEKE-2005-Gong #case study
A Case Study on the BPR-before-IT of Food Company in Taiwan (DCG), pp. 77–81.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-MarinBSM #process #re-engineering #requirements
Requirements Engineering for the Business Process Re-Engineering: An Example in the Agro-Food Supply Chain (FM, PB, FS, LM), pp. 538–542.
CHICHI-2001-SvenssonHLW #navigation #social
Social navigation of food recipes (MS, KH, JL, AW), pp. 341–348.

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