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use (2)
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experiment (2)

Stem legibl$ (all stems)

15 papers:

CSCWCSCW-2014-CrossBRCT #education #named #online
VidWiki: enabling the crowd to improve the legibility of online educational videos (AC, MB, DR, EC, WT), pp. 1167–1175.
HCIDUXU-CXC-2013-LourencoC #development #empirical
Legibility in Children’s Reading: The Methodological Development of an Experiment for Reading Printed and Digital Texts (DL, SC), pp. 219–228.
CHICHI-2012-VinotA #design #safety
Legible, are you sure?: an experimentation-based typographical design in safety-critical context (JLV, SA), pp. 2287–2296.
ICDARICDAR-2011-StommelF #automation #documentation #estimation #parametricity
Automatic Estimation of the Legibility of Binarised Historic Documents for Unsupervised Parameter Tuning (MS, GF), pp. 104–108.
ICDARICDAR-2011-ZhangLSZ #documentation
Discovering Legible Chinese Typefaces for Reading Digital Documents (BZ, YL, CYS, XZ), pp. 962–966.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-Cai #assessment #human-computer #interactive #protocol
A Camera-Aided Legibility Assessment Protocol of Displays for Enhanced Human-Computer Interaction (HC), pp. 359–367.
HCIHIMI-II-2009-FuS #design #formal method #guidelines #web
Formalizing Design Guidelines of Legibility on Web Pages (FLF, CHS), pp. 17–25.
HCIHIMI-II-2009-HasegawaOWMM #estimation #mobile #using
Legible Character Size on Mobile Terminal Screens: Estimation Using Pinch-in/Out on the iPod Touch Panel (SH, MO, TW, SM, MM), pp. 395–402.
HCIHIMI-MTT-2007-OmoriHMCT #process
Brain Activities Related to Legibility of Text, Studied by Means of Near Infrared Spectroscopy (MO, SH, MM, MC, HT), pp. 894–902.
DRRDRR-2005-Nishida #image
Restoring high-resolution text images to improve legibility and OCR accuracy (HN), pp. 136–147.
ICDARICDAR-2005-BairdMW #named
ScatterType: A Legible but Hard-to-Segment CAPTCHA (HSB, MAM, SYW), pp. 935–939.
ICDARICDAR-2001-DehkordiSA #predict
Prediction of Handwriting Legibility (MED, NS, TA), pp. 997–1001.
More than legible: on links that readers don’t want to follow (MB), pp. 216–217.
ICPRICPR-1998-EglinBE #complexity #using #visual notation
Printed text featuring using the visual criteria of legibility and complexity (VE, SB, HE), pp. 942–944.
RERE-1995-JacquotV #assessment #specification
Trading legibility against implementability in requirement specifications: an experimental assessment (JPJ, AV), pp. 181–189.

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