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153 papers:

CASECASE-2015-HuangCZ #modelling
Interval model based human welder’s movement control in machine assisted manual GTAW torch operation (NH, SC, YZ), pp. 395–400.
CASECASE-2015-LiuZ #adaptation #human-computer #modelling #predict #process
Adaptive predictive ANFIS based human arm movement modeling and control in machine-human cooperative GTAW process (YL, YZ), pp. 1465–1470.
HTHT-2015-BeckerSLHHS #named #visualisation
VizTrails: An Information Visualization Tool for Exploring Geographic Movement Trajectories (MB, PS, FL, AH, DH, MS), pp. 319–320.
ICPCICPC-2015-BusjahnBBCPSST #eye tracking #linear #order
Eye movements in code reading: relaxing the linear order (TB, RB, AB, MEC, JHP, CS, BS, ST), pp. 255–265.
CHICHI-2015-MentisSPFS #programming
Being Seen: Co-Interpreting Parkinson’s Patient’s Movement Ability in Deep Brain Stimulation Programming (HMM, RS, SP, PF, LS), pp. 511–520.
CSCWCSCW-2015-SavageM #analysis #online
Participatory Militias: An Analysis of an Armed Movement’s Online Audience (SS, AMH), pp. 724–733.
CSCWCSCW-2015-StateA #online #social
The Diffusion of Support in an Online Social Movement: Evidence from the Adoption of Equal-Sign Profile Pictures (BS, LAA), pp. 1741–1750.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-BoZDYWF #hybrid #kernel #performance #recognition #using
Hybrid BFO-PSO and Kernel FCM for the Recognition of Pilot Performance Influenced by Simulator Movement Using Diffusion Maps (JB, YBZ, LD, BTY, QW, SF), pp. 239–247.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-CheffiRBBS #approach #cost analysis #feedback #optimisation
A Bi-level Optimization Approach to Get an Optimal Combination of Cost Functions for Pilot’s Arm Movement: The Case of Helicopter’s Flying Aid Functions with Haptic Feedback (SC, TR, LB, PB, JCS), pp. 248–257.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-LiaoYGMOH #comparison
Study of Caregiver’s Waist Movement Comparison Between Expert and Non-expert During Transfer Care (ML, TY, AG, YM, TO, HH), pp. 164–173.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-ShiomiNOTGH #eye tracking
Influence of Proficiency on Eye Movement of the Surgeon for Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (HS, MN, TO, YT, AG, HH), pp. 367–373.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-SirisuwanYYH #process
EMG Activity of Arms Muscles and Body Movement During Chucking in Lathebetween Expert and Non-expert (PS, HY, TY, HH), pp. 216–226.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-ChottikamponMMS #comparison #metric
Comparison of Braiding Skills Between Expert and Non-experts by Eye’s Movement Measurement (KC, SM, HM, PS, AG, TU, MI, MT, HN, HH), pp. 14–23.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-ChottikamponTMS #comparison #metric
Comparison Knitting Skills Between Experts and Non-experts by Measurement of the Arm Movement (KC, ST, SM, PS, MI, HN, HH), pp. 3–13.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-GotoLTYH #analysis #eye tracking
Analysis of Eye Movement of Caregiver Concerning on Transfer Operation (AG, ML, YT, TY, HH), pp. 58–65.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-SugimotoTNG #comparison #eye tracking #process
Comparison of Eye Movement During the Polishing Process of Metallographic Sample Between Expert and Nonexpert (TS, YT, HN, AG), pp. 399–410.
HCIDUXU-UI-2015-TrajkovaF #evaluation #usability
Usability Evaluation of Kinect-Based System for Ballet Movements (MT, MF), pp. 464–472.
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.
Synchronization Between Utterance Rhythm and Body Movement in a Two-Person Greeting (KK, HK, TY), pp. 305–316.
HCIHCI-IT-2015-MurataM #analysis #eye tracking #using
Nonlinear Dynamical Analysis of Eye Movement Characteristics Using Attractor Plot and First Lyapunov Exponent (AM, TM), pp. 78–85.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-SturreCVS #assessment #eye tracking #using
Using Eye Movements to Test Assumptions of the Situation Present Assessment Method (LS, DC, KPLV, TZS), pp. 45–52.
Study of Haptics and Tactile Sense of the Direction of Movement (SY, YY, DK), pp. 477–487.
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.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-IstvanWA #big data #data flow
Histograms as a side effect of data movement for big data (ZI, LW, GA), pp. 1567–1578.
VLDBVLDB-2014-WuLLH #mining
MoveMine 2.0: Mining Object Relationships from Movement Data (FW, TKHL, ZL, JH), pp. 1613–1616.
CHICHI-2014-CrivellaroCBWO #facebook #social
A pool of dreams: facebook, politics and the emergence of a social movement (CC, RC, JB, PCW, PO), pp. 3573–3582.
CHICHI-2014-GarnerWPMM #game studies #named #representation
i-dentity: innominate movement representation as engaging game element (JG, GW, SP, MM, FM), pp. 2181–2190.
Pupil responses during discrete goal-directed movements (XJ, MSA, GT, RB, BZ), pp. 2075–2084.
CHICHI-2014-MarananASPSB #design #modelling #using
Designing for movement: evaluating computational models using LMA effort qualities (DSM, SFA, TS, PP, PS, LB), pp. 991–1000.
CHICHI-2014-MuellerI #game studies #guidelines
Movement-based game guidelines (FM, KI), pp. 2191–2200.
HCIDUXU-DP-2014-ShimizuINMHKWK #process
Consideration for Interpretation of Brain Activity Pattern during Car Driving Based on Human Movements (SS, HI, HN, FM, NH, SK, EW, SK), pp. 458–468.
HCIHCI-AIMT-2014-AdnanNSZH #evaluation #metric
Evaluation of Graceful Movement in Virtual Fitting through Expressed Emotional Response and Emotion Expressed via Physiology Measures (WAWA, NLMN, FMS, SNZ, WNWH), pp. 788–797.
HCIHIMI-DE-2014-KoltzRRVMSB #feedback
Effects of Type and Strength of Force Feedback on the Path of Movement in a Target Selection Task (MTK, RCR, JR, KPLV, PM, TZS, VB), pp. 217–225.
ICPRICPR-2014-DamoulasHBGA #kernel #string
String Kernels for Complex Time-Series: Counting Targets from Sensed Movement (TD, JH, RB, CPG, AA), pp. 4429–4434.
Appearance-Based Gaze Tracking with Free Head Movement (CCL, YTC, KWC, SCC, SWS, YPH), pp. 1869–1873.
ICPRICPR-2014-MoilanenZP #agile #analysis #difference #using
Spotting Rapid Facial Movements from Videos Using Appearance-Based Feature Difference Analysis (AM, GZ, MP), pp. 1722–1727.
ICPRICPR-2014-SengerSMK #behaviour #multi #segmentation
Velocity-Based Multiple Change-Point Inference for Unsupervised Segmentation of Human Movement Behavior (LS, MS, JHM, EAK), pp. 4564–4569.
ICPRICPR-2014-TavakoliYRHS #analysis #eye tracking #recognition
Emotional Valence Recognition, Analysis of Salience and Eye Movements (HRT, VY, ER, JH, NS), pp. 4666–4671.
Mouse movement during relevance judging: implications for determining user attention (MDS, XSG, AT), pp. 979–982.
VLDBVLDB-2014-LiDWLKC13 #detection
Attraction and Avoidance Detection from Movements (ZL, BD, FW, TKHL, RK, MC), pp. 157–168.
CHICHI-2013-AceitunoCR #how
How low can you go?: human limits in small unidirectional mouse movements (JA, GC, NR), pp. 1383–1386.
CHICHI-2013-DoucetteMGNP #feedback #interactive
The effects of tactile feedback and movement alteration on interaction and awareness with digital embodiments (AD, RLM, CG, MAN, AP), pp. 1891–1900.
CHICHI-2013-FouseWJH #social
Reifying social movement trajectories (AF, NW, CJ, JDH), pp. 2945–2948.
CHICHI-2013-JungBLK #design
Make it move: a movement design method of simple standing products based on systematic mapping of torso movements & product messages (JJ, SHB, JHL, MSK), pp. 1279–1288.
Seeing movement qualities (HMM, CJ), pp. 3375–3384.
CHICHI-2013-OulasvirtaRML #capacity
Information capacity of full-body movements (AO, TR, AM, LL), pp. 1289–1298.
CSCWCSCW-2013-DimondDLB #exclamation #online #social
Hollaback!: the role of storytelling online in a social movement organization (JPD, MD, DL, AB), pp. 477–490.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-BrecherMKL #industrial #towards
Towards Anthropomorphic Movements for Industrial Robots (CB, SM, SK, WL), pp. 10–19.
Proposal of Automotive 8-directional Warning System That Makes Use of Tactile Apparent Movement (AM, SK, MM, TH), pp. 98–107.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-Schaffzin #design #education #social
Social Movement Information Design and a Curriculum of Proper Knowledge Consumption (GYS), pp. 134–143.
HCIDUXU-WM-2013-Cho #image
Texture and Relative Movement in Moving Image (YTC), pp. 478–485.
HCIHCI-IMT-2013-TawatsujiKM #case study #eye tracking #modelling #towards
Experimental Study Toward Modeling of the Uncanny Valley Based on Eye Movements on Human/Non-human Faces (YT, KK, TM), pp. 398–407.
HCIHCI-IMT-2013-ZhangSM #agile
Target Orientation Effects on Movement Time in Rapid Aiming Tasks (YZ, BS, WM), pp. 540–548.
An Application of the Ballistic Movement Method for Evaluating Computer Mice (RFL, CWC, YCT, CYH), pp. 199–208.
HCIHIMI-HSM-2013-MizutaniKSASUKSI #development #eye tracking #visual notation
Development of Screening Visual Field Test Application that Use Eye Movement (MM, KK, SS, TA, TS, MU, SK, MS, TI), pp. 291–300.
CIKMCIKM-2013-BaragliaMNS #learning #named #predict
LearNext: learning to predict tourists movements (RB, CIM, FMN, FS), pp. 751–756.
CASECASE-2012-YaguchiKS #pipes and filters
In-piping actuator capable of free movement in a thin complex pipe (HY, KK, KS), pp. 630–634.
CHICHI-2012-SodhiBW #named #visualisation
LightGuide: projected visualizations for hand movement guidance (RS, HB, ADW), pp. 179–188.
CHICHI-2012-ZhangZF #2d
Extending Fitts’ law to account for the effects of movement direction on 2d pointing (XZ, HZ, WF), pp. 3185–3194.
ICPRICPR-2012-MartinTT #gesture
Optical flow based Head Movement and Gesture Analyzer (OHMeGA) (SM, CT, MMT), pp. 605–608.
KDIRKDIR-2012-Martiny #security
Unsupervised Discovery of Significant Candlestick Patterns for Forecasting Security Price Movements (KM), pp. 145–150.
CHICHI-2011-EllingLJ #eye tracking #using
Retrospective think-aloud method: using eye movements as an extra cue for participants’ verbalizations (SE, LL, MdJ), pp. 1161–1170.
CHICHI-2011-HillDAGM #experience #eye tracking #web
Older web users’ eye movements: experience counts (RLH, AD, JLA, PG, LM), pp. 1151–1160.
CHICHI-2011-HuangWD #problem #using
No clicks, no problem: using cursor movements to understand and improve search (JH, RWW, STD), pp. 1225–1234.
CHICHI-2011-MaLD #analysis #perspective
Perceptual analysis of talking avatar head movements: a quantitative perspective (XM, BHL, ZD), pp. 2699–2702.
HCIDHM-2011-WangPBN #approach
A Biomechanical Approach for Evaluating Motion Related Discomfort : Illustration by an Application to Pedal Clutching Movement (XW, RP, NKB, JN), pp. 210–219.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-KomogortsevTMCH #approach #automation #identification #named #usability
EMA: Automated Eye-Movement-Driven Approach for Identification of Usability Issues (OVK, DET, CJM, JC, CH), pp. 459–468.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-Yang #eye tracking #web
Exploring Cultural Variation in Eye Movements on a Web Page between Americans and Koreans (CY), pp. 68–76.
HCIHCI-ITE-2011-LinD #modelling #verification
Verification of Two Models of Ballistic Movements (JFL, CGD), pp. 275–284.
Eye-Movement-Based Instantaneous Cognition Model for Non-verbal Smooth Closed Figures (YT, SK), pp. 314–322.
KDDKDD-2011-ChoML #network #social
Friendship and mobility: user movement in location-based social networks (EC, SAM, JL), pp. 1082–1090.
MLDMMLDM-2011-Hasan #behaviour #on the
On the Temporal Behavior of EEG Recorded during Real Finger Movement (BASH), pp. 335–347.
Pointassist for older adults: analyzing sub-movement characteristics to aid in pointing tasks (JPH, CMN, KBP, NLD), pp. 1115–1124.
Insight into goal-directed movement strategies (KN, DA, JBM), pp. 883–886.
ICPRICPR-2010-Tagawa #eye tracking #modelling #statistics #using
Depth Perception Model Based on Fixational Eye Movements Using Bayesian Statistical Inference (NT), pp. 1662–1665.
CHICHI-2009-Guiard #consistency #design #distance #problem
The problem of consistency in the design of Fitts’ law experiments: consider either target distance and width or movement form and scale (YG), pp. 1809–1818.
HCIDHM-2009-AndreoniMCZRCP #assessment #gesture
Method for Movement and Gesture Assessment (MMGA) in Ergonomics (GA, MM, OC, MZ, MR, FC, EP), pp. 591–598.
HCIHCI-AUII-2009-WatanabeMSNM #interactive #interface #novel #towards
Electromyography Focused on Passiveness and Activeness in Embodied Interaction: Toward a Novel Interface for Co-creating Expressive Body Movement (TW, NM, RS, HN, YM), pp. 554–562.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-WhangWK #research
The Research on EEG Coherence Around Central Area of Left Hemisphere According to Grab Movement of Right Hand (MCW, JW, JK), pp. 636–642.
HCIHCI-NT-2009-MatsudaUOM #analysis #eye tracking #multi
An Analysis of Eye Movements during Browsing Multiple Search Results Pages (YM, HU, MO, KiM), pp. 121–130.
HCIHCI-NT-2009-SakataWOH #music
Effect of Body Movement on Music Expressivity in Jazz Performances (MS, SW, NO, KH), pp. 159–168.
HCIHCI-NT-2009-SuzukiMSANYF #estimation #on the #performance #using
On the Possibility about Performance Estimation Just before Beginning a Voluntary Motion Using Movement Related Cortical Potential (SS, TM, YS, KA, NN, TY, SF), pp. 184–191.
HCIHCI-VAD-2009-NoguchiYMS #generative #self
Self-movement Feeling Generation in Sports Watching with Screen Movement via Pan-Tilt Steerable Projector (HN, KY, TM, TS), pp. 359–367.
HCIIDGD-2009-MushtahaT #design
Cross-Culture and Website Design: Cultural Movements and Settled Cultural Variables (AM, ODT), pp. 69–78.
Cooperative movements of binocular motor system (XZ, YS), pp. 321–327.
CHICHI-2008-LindleyCB #behaviour #experience #game studies #social
Stirring up experience through movement in game play: effects on engagement and social behaviour (SEL, JLC, NB), pp. 511–514.
CHICHI-2008-RatwaniMT #eye tracking #fault #predict #using
Predicting postcompletion errors using eye movements (RMR, JMM, JGT), pp. 539–542.
CHICHI-2008-YamazakiYKBKK #coordination #interactive #precise
Precision timing in human-robot interaction: coordination of head movement and utterance (AY, KY, YK, MB, MK, HK), pp. 131–140.
CSCWCSCW-2008-NakanishiMNI #matter #social
Minimum movement matters: impact of robot-mounted cameras on social telepresence (HN, YM, DN, HI), pp. 303–312.
ICPRICPR-2008-HardingE #2d #analysis #fourier #gesture #recognition
The Fourier Analysis of 2DT movement with particular reference to hand gesture recognition (PRGH, TJE), pp. 1–4.
ICPRICPR-2008-SudoOTKA #detection #incremental #learning #online
Online anomal movement detection based on unsupervised incremental learning (KS, TO, HT, HK, KA), pp. 1–4.
SIGIRSIGIR-2008-GuoA #query
Exploring mouse movements for inferring query intent (QG, EA), pp. 707–708.
PPoPPPPoPP-2008-BaskaranBKRRS #architecture #automation #data flow #parallel
Automatic data movement and computation mapping for multi-level parallel architectures with explicitly managed memories (MMB, UB, SK, JR, AR, PS), pp. 1–10.
HCIDHM-2007-AndreoniRP #simulation
Simulation of Complex Human Movement Through the Modulation of Observed Motor Tasks (GA, MR, AP), pp. 3–12.
HCIDHM-2007-DebrilPMGL #case study #estimation
Human Articulation Efforts Estimation in the Automobile Vehicle Accessibility Movement — A Pilot Study (JFD, PP, MOAEM, PG, FXL), pp. 23–32.
HCIDHM-2007-DuSY #modelling
Modeling of Human’s Pointing Movement on the Effect of Target Position (JD, HS, XY), pp. 48–55.
HCIDHM-2007-FritzscheB #predict
Prediction of Discomfort During Arm Movements (FF, HB), pp. 66–73.
HCIDHM-2007-HuDYY #3d
Investigation on Ergonomics Characteristics of Protective Clothing Based on Capture of Three-Dimensional Body Movements (HH, LD, CY, XY), pp. 856–864.
HCIDHM-2007-LiLZ #algorithm #approach #identification #modelling #multi #robust
A Robust Algorithm for a System Identification Approach to Digital Human Modeling: An Application to Multi-fingered Hand Movement (KL, SWL, XZ), pp. 157–160.
HCIDHM-2007-YangWZJW07a #analysis
Optimal Control and Synergic Pattern Analysis of Upper Limb Reaching-Grasping Movements (YY, RW, MZ, DJ, FW), pp. 268–275.
A New Virtual Dynamic Dentomaxillofacial System for Analyzing Mandibular Movement, Occlusal Contact, and TMJ Condition (CZ, LC, FZ, HZ, HF, GD), pp. 747–756.
HCIHCI-AS-2007-WesterinkJBBHKIS #motivation
Motivation in Home Fitnessing: Effects of Immersion and Movement (JHDMW, MdJ, RB, MB, JvH, YdK, WAI, FS), pp. 544–548.
HCIHCI-IDU-2007-WangSJRA #animation
Perception of Movements and Transformations in Flash Animations of Older Adults (LW, HS, LJ, PLPR, YA), pp. 966–975.
HCIHCI-MIE-2007-FoursaW #interactive
Movement-Based Interaction and Event Management in Virtual Environments with Optical Tracking Systems (MF, GW), pp. 615–624.
HCIHCI-MIE-2007-LeePN #interactive #physics
Emotional Interaction Through Physical Movement (JHL, JYP, TJN), pp. 401–410.
HCIHCI-MIE-2007-ZhouZ #eye tracking #metric
Impact of Mental Rotation Strategy on Absolute Direction Judgments: Supplementing Conventional Measures with Eye Movement Data (RZ, KZ), pp. 789–798.
HCIHIMI-IIE-2007-NagamatsuKKS #development #eye tracking #using
Development of a Skill Acquisition Support System Using Expert’s Eye Movement (TN, YK, JK, HS), pp. 430–439.
HCIHIMI-MTT-2007-SakataH #information management
KANSEI Information Processing of Human Body Movement (MS, KH), pp. 930–939.
CIKMCIKM-2007-PraingS #database #modelling
Modeling historical and future movements of spatio-temporal objects in moving objects databases (RP, MS), pp. 183–192.
ICSMEICSM-2006-Stallman #linux #operating system
The Free Software Movement and the GNU/Linux Operating System (RMS), p. 426.
ICPRICPR-v1-2006-AdachiKO #estimation #fault #reliability
Reliability index of optical flow that considers error margin of matches and stabilizes camera movement estimation (EA, TK, NO), pp. 699–702.
ICPRICPR-v1-2006-Al-ZubiS #adaptation #learning
Learning to Imitate Human Movement to Adapt to Environmental Changes (SAZ, GS), pp. 191–194.
ICPRICPR-v3-2006-FarajB #authentication
Motion Features from Lip Movement for Person Authentication (MIF, JB), pp. 1059–1062.
CHICHI-2005-SadasivanGGD #eye tracking
Use of eye movements as feedforward training for a synthetic aircraft inspection task (SS, JSG, AKG, ATD), pp. 141–149.
CIKMCIKM-2005-FontouraJSY #optimisation
Optimizing cursor movement in holistic twig joins (MF, VJ, EJS, BY), pp. 784–791.
SIGIRSIGIR-2005-BainbridgeWO #interface #metadata
An interface to search human movements based on geographic and chronological metadata (WB, RWW, DWO), pp. 579–580.
SIGIRSIGIR-2005-PuolamakiSSSK #collaboration #eye tracking #information retrieval
Combining eye movements and collaborative filtering for proactive information retrieval (KP, JS, ES, JS, SK), pp. 146–153.
SACSAC-2004-GorlaP #data flow
Controlling data movement in global computing applications (DG, RP), pp. 1462–1467.
Handwriting Trajectory Movements Controlled by a Bêta-Elliptic Model (HB, AMA, ND), pp. 1228–1232.
CHICHI-2003-HornofH #eye tracking
Cognitive strategies and eye movements for searching hierarchical computer displays (AJH, TH), pp. 249–256.
SEKESEKE-2003-LiuKMS #framework #information management
An Integrated Framework for Knowledge Management and Discovery of Tropical Cyclone Movements (JNKL, RWMK, MW, DKYS), pp. 691–698.
CHICHI-2002-ZhaiSA #learning
Movement model, hits distribution and learning in virtual keyboarding (SZ, AES, JA), pp. 17–24.
ICPRICPR-v1-2002-DavisT #analysis #recognition
Analysis and Recognition of Walking Movements (JWD, SRT), pp. 315–318.
Reaching movements to augmented and graphic objects in virtual environments (AHM, MAW, EJL, CLM), pp. 426–433.
SACSAC-2001-LiPJ #analysis
Analysis of dynamic movement-based location update scheme (JL, YP, XJ), pp. 368–372.
HPDCHPDC-2001-ThainBSL #approach #data flow #grid
The Kangaroo Approach to Data Movement on the Grid (DT, JB, SCS, ML), pp. 325–333.
CHICHI-2000-TanriverdiJ #eye tracking
Interacting with eye movements in virtual environments (VT, RJKJ), pp. 265–272.
ICPRICPR-v2-2000-MugurelVW #incremental #learning #multi #on the #recognition
On the Incremental Learning and Recognition of the Pattern of Movement of Multiple Labeled Objects in Dynamic Scenes (ML, SV, GAWW), pp. 2652–2655.
ICPRICPR-v3-2000-HangaiYH #using #verification
Writer Verification Using Altitude and Direction of Pen Movement (SH, SY, TH), pp. 3483–3486.
ICPRICPR-v4-2000-BergasaMGBB #generative #people
Commands Generation by Face Movements Applied to the Guidance of a Wheelchair for Handicapped People (LMB, MM, AGV, RB, LB), pp. 4660–4663.
ICPRICPR-v4-2000-KimYL #using
A Control Model for Vergence Movement on a Stereo Robotic Head Using Disparity Flux (HJK, MHY, SWL), pp. 4491–4494.
ICPRICPR-v4-2000-MadabhushiA #process #using
Using Head Movement to Recognize Activity (AM, JKA), pp. 4698–4701.
Post-Placement Residual-Overlap Removal with Minimal Movement (SN, KC), pp. 581–586.
CHICHI-1999-Salvucci #eye tracking #interface #modelling #process
Inferring Intent in Eye-Based Interfaces: Tracing Eye Movements with Process Models (DDS), pp. 254–261.
HCIHCI-CCAD-1999-EllisYAE #latency
Discrimination of changes in latency during head movement (SRE, MJY, BDA, SME), pp. 1129–1133.
HCIHCI-CCAD-1999-ShimizuIN #locality #representation #using
Pattern representation system using movement sense of localized sound (MS, KI, TN), pp. 990–994.
HCIHCI-EI-1999-KohzukiNTUHT #eye tracking #interactive #using
Man-Machine Interaction Using Eye Movement (KK, TN, AT, MU, SH, KT), pp. 407–411.
HCIHCI-EI-1999-LaubliSWK #performance #process
Fatigue and Muscle Activity in Fast Repetitive Finger Movements (TL, MS, JW, HK), pp. 106–110.
CHICHI-1998-ZhaiM #coordination #multi
Quantifying Coordination in Multiple DOF Movement and Its Application to Evaluating 6 DOF Input Devices (SZ, PM), pp. 320–327.
CIKMCIKM-1998-QuWW #multi #performance
Supporting Fast Search in Time Series for Movement Patterns in Multiple Scales (YQ, CW, XSW), pp. 251–258.
CHICHI-1997-Vaughan #comprehension
Understanding Movement (LCV), pp. 548–549.
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.
ICPRICPR-1996-ChangH #analysis
Ribbon-based motion analysis of human body movements (ICC, CLH), pp. 436–440.
SACSAC-1995-Bothe #fuzzy #modelling #speech #visual notation
Fuzzy input coding for an artificial neural--network modelling visual speech movements (HHB), pp. 450–454.
HCIHCI-ACS-1993-PouraghabagherB #evaluation #eye tracking #monitoring #using
An Evaluation of Information Highlighting Methods on Computer Screens Using an Eye Movement Monitor (RP, DB), pp. 762–767.
HCIHCI-ACS-1993-SaitoSTSS #eye tracking
Characteristics of Vertical Eye Movements in the Workstation Used Flat Panel Display (SS, MS, ST, TS, SS), pp. 756–761.
HCIHCI-SHI-1993-MoriiKT #animation #detection #evaluation #eye tracking #realtime #using
Evaluation of a Gaze Using Real-Time CG Eye-Animation Combined with Eye Movement Detector (KM, FK, NT), pp. 1103–1108.
PODSPODS-1992-Rotem #analysis #scalability
Analysis of Disk Arm Movement for Large Sequential Reads (DR), pp. 47–54.
ICGTGG-1990-TaentzerS #graph grammar
Movement of Objects in Configuration Spaces modelled by graph Grammars (GT, HS), pp. 660–675.
CHICHI-1990-Jacob #eye tracking #interactive #what
What you look at is what you get: eye movement-based interaction techniques (RJKJ), pp. 11–18.
HCIHCI-SES-1987-Saito #analysis #evaluation #eye tracking
Quantitative Evaluation of VDT Operations Through the Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Characteristics of Eye Movement (SS), pp. 197–202.
FPCAFPCA-1985-Plaisted85 #architecture #data flow #performance
An Architecture for fast Data Movement in the FFP Machine (DAP), pp. 147–163.

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