BibSLEIGH corpus
BibSLEIGH tags
BibSLEIGH bundles
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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
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Used together with:
requir (2)
design (2)
vision (2)
technolog (2)
abstract (2)

Stem imagin$ (all stems)

13 papers:

CSCWCSCW-2015-SemaanFRMD #navigation #online
Navigating Imagined Audiences: Motivations for Participating in the Online Public Sphere (BS, HAF, SPR, MM, SKD), pp. 1158–1169.
CSCWCSCW-2015-WongJ #framework #policy
Wireless Visions: Infrastructure, Imagination, and US Spectrum Policy (RYW, SJJ), pp. 105–115.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-OgusuOKY #generative #music
Enhancing Abstract Imaginations of Viewers of Abstract Paintings by a Gaze Based Music Generation System (TO, JO, JK, SY), pp. 457–464.
CHICHI-2013-WycheC #design #how #quote
“I want to imagine how that place looks”: designing technologies to support connectivity between africans living abroad and home (SW, MC), pp. 2755–2764.
Techno-imagination and Implicit Knowledge (JB), pp. 22–28.
CHICHI-2012-FriedmanH #tool support
The envisioning cards: a toolkit for catalyzing humanistic and technical imaginations (BF, DGH), pp. 1145–1148.
Cultural appropriation: information technologies as sites of transnational imagination (SL, KTA, PD), pp. 77–86.
HCIDUXU-v1-2011-Renner #design #how #image #process #question #visual notation
Image, Imagination, Innovation: How Can We Overcome the Common Ground in the Processes of Visual Design? (MR), pp. 285–294.
HCIHCI-NT-2009-DZmuraDLTS #speech #towards
Toward EEG Sensing of Imagined Speech (MD, SD, TL, ST, RS), pp. 40–48.
ICPRICPR-2008-ThomeeHBL #retrieval #using
Using an artificial imagination for texture retrieval (BT, MJH, EMB, MSL), pp. 1–4.
RERE-1995-Potts #off the shelf #requirements
Invented requirements and imagined customers: requirements engineering for off-the-shelf software (CP), pp. 128–131.
CHIINTERCHI-1993-AndersonKMS #health #named
IMAGINE: a vision of health care in 1997 (SA, SK, BM, ES), p. 535.
HTHT-ECHT-1992-JonesS #flexibility #hypermedia
Imagined Conversations: The Relevance of Hypertext, Pragmatism, and Cognitive Flexibility Theory to the Interpretation of “Classic Texts” in Intellectual History (RAJ, RS), pp. 141–148.

Bibliography of Software Language Engineering in Generated Hypertext (BibSLEIGH) is created and maintained by Dr. Vadim Zaytsev.
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