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Stem mous$ (all stems)

62 papers:

CHICHI-2015-PerelmanSRPDD #2d #3d #design #interactive
The Roly-Poly Mouse: Designing a Rolling Input Device Unifying 2D and 3D Interaction (GP, MS, MR, CP, MD, ED), pp. 327–336.
HCIHCI-DE-2015-NakatsujiYKT #towards
Airway Cursor: A Pointing Technique Based on Direction of Mouse Movement Towards a Targets (TN, KY, IK, YT), pp. 396–404.
HCIHCI-IT-2015-KuribaraST #using
Mouse Augmentation Using a Malleable Mouse Pad (TK, BS, JT), pp. 217–226.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2015-AizebojeP #approach #pointer #using
An Approach to using a Laser Pointer as a Mouse (JA, TP), pp. 543–552.
KDDKDD-2015-YangSJWDY #learning #visual notation
Structural Graphical Lasso for Learning Mouse Brain Connectivity (SY, QS, SJ, PW, ID, JY), pp. 1385–1394.
SEKESEKE-2015-NakstadWF #crawling #gesture #interactive
Finding and Emulating Keyboard, Mouse, and Touch Interactions and Gestures while Crawling RIA’s (FN, HW, YF), pp. 631–638.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-LiuCTS0MZ #predict
Different Users, Different Opinions: Predicting Search Satisfaction with Mouse Movement Information (YL, YC, JT, JS, MZ, SM, XZ), pp. 493–502.
CHICHI-2014-PasqualW #predict #using
Mouse pointing endpoint prediction using kinematic template matching (PTP, JOW), pp. 743–752.
CHICHI-2014-SunPC #detection #named
MouStress: detecting stress from mouse motion (DS, PP, JC), pp. 61–70.
HCIDHM-2014-FacoettiVCR #low cost #modelling
A Low Cost Haptic Mouse for Prosthetic Socket Modeling (GF, AV, GC, CR), pp. 508–515.
HCIDUXU-TMT-2014-ZellerGD #design
basil.js — Bridging Mouse and Code Based Design Strategies (LZ, BG, TD), pp. 686–696.
HCIHCI-AIMT-2014-HettipathiranaW #interactive #named
iPanel: A Computer-Vision Based Solution for Interactive Keyboard and Mouse (HCDH, PW), pp. 36–47.
CIKMCIKM-2014-ArapakisLV #analysis #comprehension #gesture
Understanding Within-Content Engagement through Pattern Analysis of Mouse Gestures (IA, ML, GV), pp. 1439–1448.
Mouse movement during relevance judging: implications for determining user attention (MDS, XSG, AT), pp. 979–982.
CHICHI-2013-AceitunoCR #how
How low can you go?: human limits in small unidirectional mouse movements (JA, GC, NR), pp. 1383–1386.
CHICHI-2013-FaresFK #question
Can we beat the mouse with MAGIC? (RF, SF, OK), pp. 1387–1390.
CHICHI-2013-FindlaterFFWD #difference #performance
Age-related differences in performance with touchscreens compared to traditional mouse input (LF, JF, KF, JOW, TD), pp. 343–346.
Setting That Mouse for Tracking Tasks (RS, RSG), pp. 276–281.
Processing a Trillion Cells per Mouse Click (AH, OB, RB, SG, MN), pp. 1436–1446.
CHICHI-2012-EvansW #behaviour #metric
Taming wild behavior: the input observer for text entry and mouse pointing measures from everyday computer use (AE, JOW), pp. 1947–1956.
CHICHI-2012-NavalpakkamC #experience #predict
Mouse tracking: measuring and predicting users’ experience of web-based content (VN, EFC), pp. 2963–2972.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-HuangWBW #modelling #process #using
Improving searcher models using mouse cursor activity (JH, RWW, GB, KW), pp. 195–204.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-Iizuka #empirical #how
An Experiment about How to Feel Temperature Change of Mouse (SI), pp. 575–581.
HCIHCI-ITE-2011-TangTLCLL #gesture #low cost
Virtual Mouse: A Low Cost Proximity-Based Gestural Pointing Device (SKT, WCT, WWL, KCC, STL, YPL), pp. 491–499.
Right Mouse Button Surrogate on Touch Screens (JV, BJ), pp. 304–309.
CHICHI-2010-SongGGF #interactive #mobile #named #using
MouseLight: bimanual interactions on digital paper using a pen and a spatially-aware mobile projector (HS, FG, TG, GWF), pp. 2451–2460.
CHICHI-2010-YangMMICI #interactive #named
LensMouse: augmenting the mouse with an interactive touch display (XDY, EM, DCM, PI, XC, SI), pp. 2431–2440.
CSCWCSCW-2010-AmershiMMBT #multi
Multiple mouse text entry for single-display groupware (SA, MRM, NM, RB, KT), pp. 169–178.
ICDARICDAR-2009-RomeroTV #feedback #image #using
Using Mouse Feedback in Computer Assisted Transcription of Handwritten Text Images (VR, AHT, EV), pp. 96–100.
CHICHI-2009-MatejkaGLF #design #evaluation #multi
The design and evaluation of multi-finger mouse emulation techniques (JM, TG, JL, GWF), pp. 1073–1082.
The angle mouse: target-agnostic dynamic gain adjustment based on angular deviation (JOW, JF, SY(L, SK, SH), pp. 1401–1410.
HCIHCD-2009-Chu #design #evaluation #simulation
User-Centered Mouse Access Evaluation Design: Windows-Based Simulation Technology (CNC), pp. 41–45.
HCIHCD-2009-Nishiguchi #people #user interface
Support Method for Improving the Ability of People with Cerebral Palsy to Efficiently Point a Mouse at Objects on a GUI Screen (HN), pp. 531–537.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-IizukaY #case study
Experimental Study about Effect of Thermal Information Presentation to Mouse (SI, SY), pp. 444–450.
SACSAC-2009-FangLHVAZ #classification #image
Facial image classification of mouse embryos for the animal model study of fetal alcohol syndrome (SF, YL, JH, SVB, BA, FZ), pp. 852–856.
CHICHI-2008-KimKLNL #feedback
Inflatable mouse: volume-adjustable mouse with air-pressure-sensitive input and haptic feedback (SK, HK, BL, TJN, WL), pp. 211–224.
SIGIRSIGIR-2008-GuoA #query
Exploring mouse movements for inferring query intent (QG, EA), pp. 707–708.
Augmenting the mouse with pressure sensitive input (JC, PI, SS), pp. 1385–1394.
Direct-touch vs. mouse input for tabletop displays (CF, DW, CS, RB), pp. 647–656.
HCIHCI-IDU-2007-FujiokaTKO #coordination #detection #problem #usability
Tool for Detecting Webpage Usability Problems from Mouse Click Coordinate Logs (RF, RT, YK, HO), pp. 438–445.
HCIHCI-IPT-2007-FallmanMY #design
The Design of a Computer Mouse Providing Three Degrees of Freedom (DF, AM, BY), pp. 53–62.
The GlobeFish and the GlobeMouse: two new six degree of freedom input devices for graphics applications (BF, JH, VS, AH), pp. 191–199.
CHICHI-2005-PoFB #interactive #pointer
Comparing cursor orientations for mouse, pointer, and pen interaction (BAP, BDF, KSB), pp. 291–300.
CHICHI-2004-PoFB #visual notation
Mouse and touchscreen selection in the upper and lower visual fields (BAP, BDF, KSB), pp. 359–366.
ECIRECIR-2003-HeeschR #feedback #image #question #retrieval #what
Relevance Feedback for Content-Based Image Retrieval: What Can Three Mouse Clicks Achieve? (DH, SMR), pp. 363–376.
ICPRICPR-v3-2002-QiP #classification
Context-Sensitive Bayesian Classifiers and Application to Mouse Pressure Pattern Classification (Y(Q, RWP), pp. 448–451.
DACDAC-2001-LeeNCKD #2d #detection
Two-Dimensional Position Detection System with MEMS Accelerometer for MOUSE Applications (SL, GJN, JC, HK, AJD), pp. 852–857.
CHICHI-2000-FrohlichP #3d #polynomial
The cubic mouse: a new device for three-dimensional input (BF, JP), pp. 526–531.
CHICHI-2000-MyersLY #using
Two-handed input using a PDA and a mouse (BAM, KPL, BCY), pp. 41–48.
The Emotion Mouse (WSA, DCD, DJL), pp. 818–823.
Forearm Muscular Fatigue during four Hours of Intensive Computer Mouse Work — Relation to Age (BRJ, BL, AR), pp. 93–96.
Relationship between Size of Icons and Mouse Operating Force with Complex Actions during Pointing Tasks (KK, KH), pp. 412–415.
HCIHCI-EI-1999-KylmaahoRKV #case study
Supporting the forearm and wrist during mouse and keybord work. A field study (EK, SR, RK, EVJ), pp. 23–26.
The PadMouse: Facilitating Selection and Spatial Positioning for the Non-Dominant Hand (RB, PP), pp. 9–16.
CHICHI-1997-BalakrishnanBKF #3d
The Rockin’ Mouse: Integral 3D Manipulation on a Plane (RB, TB, GK, GWF), pp. 311–318.
The Effect of Mouse Location on Seated Posture (WRD, GG), pp. 607–610.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-RadleBM #performance #variability
The Effects of Task Variability on Mouse Performance (KR, SB, IM), pp. 711–714.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-WhisenandE #analysis
Analysis of Cursor Movements with a Mouse (TGW, HHE), pp. 533–536.
CHICHI-1996-MithalD #difference
Differences in Movement Microstructure of the Mouse and the Finger-Controlled Isometric Joystick (AKM, SAD), pp. 300–307.
CHICHI-1994-Strommen94a #interface
Children’s use of mouse-based interfaces to control virtual travel (ES), pp. 405–410.
CHICHI-1989-JacksonR #named
Circling: a method of mouse-based selection without button presses (JCJ, RJRH), pp. 161–166.
Studying the mouse for CAD systems (LAP), pp. 288–293.

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