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Used together with:
touch (4)
get (3)
interact (3)
task (2)
forc (2)

Stem grip$ (all stems)

14 papers:

DACDAC-2015-JassiMS #design #grammarware #integration #named
GRIP: grammar-based IP integration and packaging for acceleration-rich SoC designs (MJ, DMG, US), p. 6.
CHICHI-2015-NegulescuM #interactive #mobile
Grip Change as an Information Side Channel for Mobile Touch Interaction (MN, JM), pp. 1519–1522.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-YangCFHZC #case study
Experimental Study on Grip Ergonomics of Manual Handling (AY, GC, WyF, HH, XZ, CKC), pp. 92–99.
CASECASE-2014-SuKLLHKK #array #design #recognition
Design of tactile sensor array on electric gripper jaws for wire gripping recognition (JYS, WCK, YCL, CHL, JSH, HCK, CCK), pp. 1014–1019.
CHICHI-2014-NoorRHRWM #predict
28 frames later: predicting screen touches from back-of-device grip changes (MFMN, AR, SH, SR, JW, RMS), pp. 2005–2008.
Grip Force and CR-10 Ratings for Youth Females (KWL, YCL), pp. 353–358.
CHICHI-2011-SongBGICH #gesture #multi
Grips and gestures on a multi-touch pen (HS, HB, FG, SI, XC, KH), pp. 1323–1332.
LDTALDTA-2011-PlasmeijerLAM #coordination
Getting a grip on tasks that coordinate tasks (RP, BL, PA, SM), p. 1.
DACDAC-2009-WuDL #3d #integer #named #programming #scalability #using
GRIP: scalable 3D global routing using integer programming (THW, AD, JTL), pp. 320–325.
DocEngDocEng-2008-BaldwinRC #named #web
PrintMonkey: giving users a grip on printing the web (JB, JAR, YC), pp. 230–239.
CHICHI-2006-HorneckerB #framework #interactive #physics #social
Getting a grip on tangible interaction: a framework on physical space and social interaction (EH, JB), pp. 437–446.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-ShimizuSSSTIY #difference
Differences of Force Distribution Patterns on Grip Types in Human Grasping Motions (SS, MS, SS, YS, AT, YI, MY), pp. 425–428.
HCIHCI-SEC-1997-MurraySKK #feedback
Getting a Grip: Touch Feedback with Binary Stimulators (AMM, KBS, RLK, PKK), pp. 913–916.
FPCAFPCA-1987-JonesCSH #architecture #graph #named #parallel #reduction
GRIP — A high-performance architecture for parallel graph reduction (SLPJ, CDC, JS, MH), pp. 98–112.

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