BibSLEIGH corpus
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interact (4)
model (4)
experi (4)
face (4)

Stem own$ (all stems)

32 papers:

SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-DietrichG #database #debugging #sql
A SQL Debugger Built from Spare Parts: Turning a SQL: 1999 Database System into Its Own Debugger (BD, TG), pp. 865–870.
HCILCT-2015-FardounAC15a #self #student
Construction of Educative Micro-Worlds to Build Students’ Creativity in Terms of Their Own Self-Learning (HMF, AAMAG, APC), pp. 349–360.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2015-MastrangeloPMLH #api #java
Use at your own risk: the Java unsafe API in the wild (LM, LP, AM, ML, MH, NN), pp. 695–710.
ICSEICSE-v2-2015-FischerLLE #composition
The ECCO Tool: Extraction and Composition for Clone-and-Own (SF, LL, RELH, AE), pp. 665–668.
ICSMEICSME-2014-FischerLLE #reuse
Enhancing Clone-and-Own with Systematic Reuse for Developing Software Variants (SF, LL, RELH, AE), pp. 391–400.
HCIHCI-TMT-2014-MattosPP #identification #interactive
Can Users Speak for Themselves? Investigating Users Ability to Identify Their Own Interactive Breakdowns (BAMM, RLSP, ROP), pp. 521–532.
HTHT-2013-DiazST #process #web
Activity fragmentation in the web: empowering users to support their own webflows (OD, JDS, ST), pp. 69–78.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-Soboroff #evaluation #interactive #student #tutorial
Building test collections: an interactive tutorial for students and others without their own evaluation conference series (IS), p. 1132.
Bring your own device, securely (AA, GC, AM), pp. 1852–1858.
ICSEICSE-2013-DongSL #model checking
Build your own model checker in one month (JSD, JS, YL), pp. 1481–1483.
CHICHI-2012-CoyleMKFB #exclamation #experience
I did that!: measuring users’ experience of agency in their own actions (DC, JWM, POK, PF, AB), pp. 2025–2034.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-AzzopardiDMG #interface #named
MaSe: create your own mash-up search interface (LA, DD, KAM, RG), p. 1008.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-MaoLCCS #named #recommendation
myDJ: recommending karaoke songs from one’s own voice (KM, XL, KC, GC, LS), p. 1009.
CHICHI-2011-LeshedS #case study #experience #quote #tool support
“I lie to myself that I have freedom in my own schedule”: productivity tools and experiences of busyness (GL, PS), pp. 905–914.
HCIIDGD-2011-LeeY #education #web
Does Internationalization Have Its Own Face in Each Country? Measuring the Internationalization of Web Presence on Higher Education Admission Web Pages between USA and Taiwan (JL, MY), pp. 524–532.
RecSysRecSys-2011-KnijnenburgRW #how #interactive #recommendation
Each to his own: how different users call for different interaction methods in recommender systems (BPK, NJMR, MCW), pp. 141–148.
Model Theory in Computer Science: My Own Recurrent Themes (JAM), pp. 553–567.
CIKMCIKM-2010-QiYXD #automation #generative #taxonomy
Choosing your own adventure: automatic taxonomy generation to permit many paths (XQ, DY, ZX, BDD), pp. 1853–1856.
RERE-2010-SeyffGM #mobile #tool support #using
Using Mobile RE Tools to Give End-Users Their Own Voice (NS, FG, NAMM), pp. 37–46.
HCIHIMI-DIE-2009-Eden #experience #user interface
Improving the User Experience of Our Own UX Ideas (JE), pp. 659–664.
GPCEGPCE-2009-Cordy #domain-specific language #generative
Eating our own dog food: DSLs for generative and transformational engineering (JRC), pp. 3–4.
SLESLE-2009-Cordy #domain-specific language #generative
Eating Our Own Dog Food: DSLs for Generative and Transformational Engineering (JRC), p. 1.
RERE-2006-Rosson #requirements
End Users Who Meet Their Own Requirements (MBR), p. 2.
CAVCAV-2005-DwyerHHR #framework #model checking #using
Building Your Own Software Model Checker Using the Bogor Extensible Model Checking Framework (MBD, JH, MH, R), pp. 148–152.
DACDAC-2003-DahlbergRBGKPRSV #named
COT — customer owned trouble (RD, SR, JB, GG, AK, KP, PR, NAS, RV), pp. 91–92.
UMLUML-2003-Coad #agile #process
Agile Processes: Developing Your Own “Secret Recipes” (PC), p. 1.
DATEDATE-2002-GerousisLPPRS #framework #question
Who Owns the Platform? (VG, OL, PGP, MP, CR, GS), p. 238.
CHICHI-1998-NassKL #comparison #interface
When My Face Is the Interface: An Experimental Comparison of Interacting With One’s Own Face or Someone Else’s Face (CN, EYK, EJL), pp. 148–154.
POPLPOPL-1997-ChenH #linear #monad
Rolling Your Own MADT — A Connection Between Linear Types and Monads (CPC, PH), pp. 54–66.
CHICHI-1994-AdlerH94a #case study #experience
A room of our own: experiences from a direct office share (AA, DAHJ), pp. 138–144.
ICALPICALP-1986-DymondR #context-free grammar #memory management #parallel #recognition
Parallel RAMs with Owned Global Memory and Deterministic Context-Free Language Recognition (Extended Abstract) (PWD, WLR), pp. 95–104.
SIGMODSIGFIDET-1972-Raichelson #concept #information management
A Concept Paper on “Host” vs. “Own” Data Manipulation Languages in Military Information Systems (ER), pp. 67–75.

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