BibSLEIGH corpus
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Used together with:
music (6)
system (3)
web (3)
that (2)
practic (2)

Stem listen$ (all stems)

25 papers:

CHICHI-2015-NevesFMBN #communication #evaluation #exclamation #quote
“My Hand Doesn’t Listen to Me!”: Adoption and Evaluation of a Communication Technology for the “Oldest Old” (BBN, RLF, CM, RB, MN), pp. 1593–1602.
RecSysRecSys-2015-Vall #automation #generative #music
Listener-Inspired Automated Music Playlist Generation (AV), pp. 387–390.
ICSEICSE-v2-2015-GomezMMR #debugging
When App Stores Listen to the Crowd to Fight Bugs in the Wild (MG, MM, MM, RR), pp. 567–570.
CHICHI-2014-MoranPRCGZMR #deployment #lessons learnt #smarttech
Listening to the forest and its curators: lessons learnt from a bioacoustic smartphone application deployment (SM, NP, TR, AC, CG, DZ, GVM, AR), pp. 2387–2396.
Improving Academic Listening Skills of Second Language by Building up Strategy Object Mashups (HL, SH), pp. 384–395.
CHICHI-2013-PaneelsOBC #exclamation #usability #what
Listen to it yourself!: evaluating usability of what’s around me? for the blind (SAP, AO, JRB, JRC), pp. 2107–2116.
An intelligent building that listens to your needs (DYY, EF, HH), pp. 58–63.
CHICHI-2012-BaurBB #analysis #component #music #scalability
Listening factors: a large-scale principal components analysis of long-term music listening histories (DB, JB, AB), pp. 1273–1276.
CHICHI-2012-KripleanTMBK #web #what
Is this what you meant?: promoting listening on the web with reflect (TK, MT, JTM, AB, AK), pp. 1559–1568.
CHICHI-2012-YangFLGB #architecture #navigation #scalability #web
Aural browsing on-the-go: listening-based back navigation in large web architectures (TY, MF, YL, RRG, DB), pp. 277–286.
CSCWCSCW-2011-SilfverbergLL #game studies #ll #network #quote #social
“I’ll press play, but I won’t listen”: profile work in a music-focused social network service (SS, LAL, AL), pp. 207–216.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-ArdavanC #3d #exclamation #safety #towards
Listen! Somebody Is Walking towards Your Car (Introducing the Awareness-3D Sound System into the Driver to Increase the Pedestrian’s Safety) (MA, FC), pp. 89–98.
RecSysRecSys-2011-LeeL #analysis #behaviour #music #recommendation
My head is your tail: applying link analysis on long-tailed music listening behavior for music recommendation (KL, KL), pp. 213–220.
Listening the photos (SC, AD), pp. 1941–1945.
ICSEICSE-2009-PadioleauTZ #operating system #taxonomy
Listening to programmers — Taxonomies and characteristics of comments in operating system code (YP, LT, YZ), pp. 331–341.
CHICHI-2008-Kaneko #detection
Detecting the direction of listening with the emg signals measured behind ears (NK), pp. 535–538.
KDDKDD-2007-KohaviHS #web
Practical guide to controlled experiments on the web: listen to your customers not to the hippo (RK, RMH, DS), pp. 959–967.
RecSysRecSys-2007-AngladeTV #clustering #identification
Complex-network theoretic clustering for identifying groups of similar listeners in p2p systems (AA, MT, FV), pp. 41–48.
Listening to your inner voices: investigating means for voice notifications (SB, DSM), pp. 1173–1176.
CHICHI-2006-MarchF #privacy #women
Girls, technology and privacy: “is my mother listening?” (WM, CF), pp. 107–110.
CHICHI-2005-VoidaGDEN #music
Listening in: practices surrounding iTunes music sharing (AV, REG, ND, WKE, MWN), pp. 191–200.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2002-Rosen #ada #interface #paradigm
Ada, Interfaces and the Listener Paradigm (JPR), pp. 344–356.
PADLPADL-2002-Dahl #how
How to Talk to Your Computer so that It Will Listen (VD), pp. 3–8.
Listen reader: an electronically augmented paper-based book (MB, JC, RG, SRH, SLM), pp. 23–29.
CHICHI-2000-HeSGG #summary
Comparing presentation summaries: slides vs. reading vs. listening (LH, ES, AG, JG), pp. 177–184.

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