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aid (6)
deaf (5)
what (4)
see (4)
sound (3)

Stem hear$ (all stems)

24 papers:

VLDBVLDB-2015-Wu0HZL #crowdsourcing #towards
Hear the Whole Story: Towards the Diversity of Opinion in Crowdsourcing Markets (TW, LC, PH, CJZ, WL), pp. 485–496.
CHICHI-2015-JainFGHDZVF #artificial reality #visualisation
Head-Mounted Display Visualizations to Support Sound Awareness for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DJ, LF, JG, BH, RD, DNZ, CV, JEF), pp. 241–250.
CHICHI-2014-MarentakisL #evaluation #locality
Evaluation of hear-through sound localization (GM, RL), pp. 267–270.
Can you hear me now?: mitigating the echo chamber effect by source position indicators (QVL, WTF), pp. 184–196.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-AldazHSSL #experience #personalisation #user interface
User Experience in Training a Personalized Hearing System (GA, TH, DS, MS, LJL), pp. 3–14.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-MedeirosJG #learning #memory management #named #student
Logograms: Memory Aids for Learning, and an Example with Hearing-Impaired Students (LM, MBJ, LVG), pp. 207–216.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-FerreiraB #analysis #elicitation #people #requirements #semantics
Eliciting Accessibility Requirements for People with Hearing Loss: A Semantic and Norm Analysis (MAMF, RB), pp. 277–288.
see me, feel me, touch me, hear me: trajectories and interpretation in a sculpture garden (LF, SB, SR, BK, PB), pp. 149–158.
CHICHI-2013-Shirali-ShahrezaPBG #interactive #mobile
SeeSay and HearSay CAPTCHA for mobile interaction (SSS, GP, RB, YG), pp. 2147–2156.
HCIHCI-AS-2013-ItoYTUITH #evaluation
Evaluation of an Information Delivery System for Hearing Impairments at a School for Deaf (AI, TY, KT, KU, TI, HT, YH), pp. 398–407.
A 0.964mW digital hearing aid system (PQ, HC, ML), pp. 883–886.
ICPCICPC-2011-Parnin #developer #named #towards
Subvocalization — Toward Hearing the Inner Thoughts of Developers (CP), pp. 197–200.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-ShankarVE #challenge #comparative #usability
A Fitting Software Comparative Usability Study to Investigate Transition Challenges Faced by Hearing-Aid Practitioners (AS, SV, BE), pp. 517–526.
HCIHCD-2011-KandaK #communication #people #tool support
Holistic Prosthetic Approaches to the Hearing Handicapped People: Communication Tools in Various Situations (KK, TK), pp. 313–320.
HCIHCI-MIIE-2011-WangZYZSP #what
Believe What You Hear, Not What You See — Vision Interferes with Auditory Route Guidance in Complex Environment (YW, HZ, LY, KZ, XS, TP), pp. 346–354.
Supporting medical conversations between deaf and hearing individuals with tabletop displays (AMP, JDH), pp. 147–156.
CSEETCSEET-2007-DistanteH #challenge #education #lessons learnt #programming #re-engineering #student
Challenges and Lessons Learned in Teaching Software Engineering and Programming to Hearing-Impaired Students (DD, SH), pp. 344–354.
DACDAC-2006-BurginCHMMSKFF #adaptation #algorithm #architecture #implementation #power management #trade-off
Low-power architectural trade-offs in a VLSI implementation of an adaptive hearing aid algorithm (FB, FC, MH, HM, RMP, RS, HK, NF, WF), pp. 558–561.
DATEDATE-2006-CarbognaniBFKF #power management
Two-phase resonant clocking for ultra-low-power hearing aid applications (FC, FB, NF, HK, WF), pp. 73–78.
CHICHI-2006-WallB #feedback #graph #navigation #what
Feeling what you hear: tactile feedback for navigation of audio graphs (SAW, SAB), pp. 1123–1132.
CHICHI-2003-Ho-ChingML #design #evaluation #what
Can you see what i hear?: the design and evaluation of a peripheral sound display for the deaf (FWlHC, JM, JAL), pp. 161–168.
In Cyber Space No One can Hear You Scream (CP), pp. 207–210.
CHICHI-1998-RoweSI #human-computer #interactive #variability
Hear Rate Variability: Indicator of User State as an Aid to Human-Computer Interaction (DWR, JLS, DI), pp. 480–487.
HCIHCI-ACS-1993-Harkins #communication #people
Ergonomic Considerations for Communication Technologies for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People (JEH), pp. 504–509.

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