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Stem happi$ (all stems)

22 papers:

CSCWCSCW-2015-AbdullahMCC #image
Collective Smile: Measuring Societal Happiness from Geolocated Images (SA, ELM, JMRC, TC), pp. 361–374.
SEKESEKE-2015-SaputriL #analysis #machine learning #perspective
Are We Living in a Happy Country: An Analysis of National Happiness from Machine Learning Perspective (TRDS, SWL), pp. 174–177.
ICSEICSE-v1-2015-MullerF #developer
Stuck and Frustrated or in Flow and Happy: Sensing Developers’ Emotions and Progress (SCM, TF), pp. 688–699.
HTHT-2014-QuerciaSA #recommendation
The shortest path to happiness: recommending beautiful, quiet, and happy routes in the city (DQ, RS, LMA), pp. 116–125.
CSCWCSCW-2014-QuerciaOC #question #what
Aesthetic capital: what makes london look beautiful, quiet, and happy? (DQ, NKO, HC), pp. 945–955.
HCIDUXU-DI-2014-Marcus #behaviour #mobile
The Happiness Machine: Mobile Behavior Change (AM), pp. 258–268.
HCILCT-NLE-2014-GiannakosJL #process #programming #women
Happy Girls Engaging with Technology: Assessing Emotions and Engagement Related to Programming Activities (MNG, LJ, IL), pp. 398–409.
MSRMSR-2013-DemeyerMWL #analysis #exclamation
Happy birthday! a trend analysis on past MSR papers (SD, AM, KW, AL), pp. 353–362.
HCIHCI-AMTE-2013-ShikanaiH #comparison
Comparison of Kansei Information between Joyful and Happy Expressions in Dance (NS, KH), pp. 611–619.
HCIOCSC-2013-ShiYH #comprehension #matter #motivation #network #social
Understanding Social Network Sites (SNSs) Preferences: Personality, Motivation, and Happiness Matters (YS, XY, JH), pp. 94–103.
CSCWCSCW-2012-LiuWLWD #named
HappyGo: a field trial of local group buying (HL, WW, DL, HW, ND), pp. 505–508.
CSCWCSCW-2012-QuerciaECC #community #twitter
Tracking “gross community happiness” from tweets (DQ, JE, LC, JC), pp. 965–968.
CIKMCIKM-2012-TTBS #twitter
If you are happy and you know it... tweet (AAT, MT, AB, GS), pp. 1602–1606.
FSEFSE-2012-AthanasopoulosZV #abstraction #quality
Service selection for happy users: making user-intuitive quality abstractions (DA, AZ, PV), p. 32.
HCIDUXU-v1-2011-BuettnerS #how #mobile #web
Mobile Web and Native Apps: How One Team Found a Happy Medium (KB, AMS), pp. 549–554.
CIKMCIKM-2011-SakaiKS #information management
Click the search button and be happy: evaluating direct and immediate information access (TS, MPK, YIS), pp. 621–630.
CHICHI-2010-Kramer #behaviour
An unobtrusive behavioral model of “gross national happiness” (ADIK), pp. 287–290.
CHICHI-2010-TsujitaTS #behaviour #communication #evaluation #named
InPhase: evaluation of a communication system focused on “happy coincidences” of daily behaviors (HT, KT, IS), pp. 2481–2490.
CAVCAV-2009-Benini #manycore #performance #predict #question
Predictability vs. Efficiency in the Multicore Era: Fight of Titans or Happy Ever after? (LB), p. 50.
CHICHI-2003-RiegelsbergerSM #e-commerce #people #trust
Shiny happy people building trust?: photos on e-commerce websites and consumer trust (JR, MAS, JDM), pp. 121–128.
Many Happy Returns (OD), p. 1.
DACDAC-1986-PutatundaSMC #compilation #named
HAPPI: a chip compiler based on double-level-metal technology (RP, DS, SM, JC), pp. 736–743.

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