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Stem pressur$ (all stems)

64 papers:

CHICHI-2015-FukahoriSI #gesture
Exploring Subtle Foot Plantar-based Gestures with Sock-placed Pressure Sensors (KF, DS, TI), pp. 3019–3028.
CHICHI-2015-KendallMT #health #metric
Blood Pressure Beyond the Clinic: Rethinking a Health Metric for Everyone (LK, DM, DST), pp. 1679–1688.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-LimaAIA #mobile
Mobile Application to Aid in the Prevention of Pressure Ulcers (AGL, LA, ICI, LVA), pp. 465–473.
HCIHIMI-IKD-2015-IchiharaHIK #behaviour #metric
Presentation Method of Walking Sensation Based on Walking Behavior Measurement with Inertial Sensors and Pressure Sensors (KI, KH, YI, MK), pp. 374–385.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-Crescenzi #information management
Time Pressure in Information Search (AC), p. 1055.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-CrescenziKA #information management
Time Pressure and System Delays in Information Search (AC, DK, LA), pp. 767–770.
SOSPSOSP-2015-FangNXDL #memory management #scalability #source code
Interruptible tasks: treating memory pressure as interrupts for highly scalable data-parallel programs (LF, KN, G(X, BD, SL), pp. 394–409.
Under pressure: sensing stress of computer users (JH, PP, AR, MC), pp. 51–60.
CHICHI-2014-McLachlanBB #interactive
Transient and transitional states: pressure as an auxiliary input modality for bimanual interaction (RM, DB, SAB), pp. 401–410.
CHICHI-2014-RendlGPBH #gesture #multi #named
Presstures: exploring pressure-sensitive multi-touch gestures on trackpads (CR, PG, KP, MB, MH), pp. 431–434.
Effects of Peer Pressure on Laughter (MS, NS), pp. 479–488.
ICPRICPR-2014-AlathariNB #segmentation #using
Femur Bone Segmentation Using a Pressure Analogy (TSA, MSN, MTB), pp. 972–977.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2014-DavidTLM #profiling
Continuously measuring critical section pressure with the free-lunch profiler (FD, GT, JL, GM), pp. 291–307.
SACSAC-2014-KawsarAL #detection #multimodal #process #smarttech #using
Smartphone based multimodal activity detection system using plantar pressure sensors (FAK, SIA, RL), pp. 468–469.
ICSEICSE-2014-MantylaPLL #bibliography #development #empirical #perspective #requirements #testing
Time pressure: a controlled experiment of test case development and requirements review (MM, KP, TOAL, CL), pp. 83–94.
CHICHI-2013-BranzelHHSKLM0B13a #named #smarttech #using
GravitySpace: tracking users and their poses in a smart room using a pressure-sensing floor (AB, CH, DH, DS, MK, PL, RM, SR, PB), pp. 725–734.
HCIDHM-SET-2013-ChiLC #analysis
The Causal Analysis of Requested Alterations for Pressure Garments (CFC, CHL, HWC), pp. 173–182.
Plantar Pressure Gradient Angles to Evaluate Risk of Diabetic Foot Ulcer (CWL, BYL, YKJ), pp. 240–247.
HCIDHM-SET-2013-MurataKEH #behaviour #metric #predict #using
Prediction of Drowsy Driving Using Behavioral Measures of Drivers — Change of Neck Bending Angle and Sitting Pressure Distribution (AM, TK, TE, TH), pp. 78–87.
HCIHCI-AS-2013-EshraghiERYEMH #case study
Study on Relationship between Foot Pressure Pattern and Hallux Valgus (HV) Progression (SE, IIE, PR, MY, ME, AM, SH), pp. 76–83.
CASECASE-2012-WuHYC #component #integration
Pressure-drop studies of resistance components for integration into a SFM-based fluidic circuit (CHW, YFH, ASY, PHC), pp. 896–899.
CHICHI-2012-MasliT #community #online
Evaluating compliance-without-pressure techniques for increasing participation in online communities (MM, LGT), pp. 2915–2924.
CHICHI-2012-XinBR #empirical
Natural use profiles for the pen: an empirical exploration of pressure, tilt, and azimuth (YX, XB, XR), pp. 801–804.
ICPRICPR-2012-FengLSPZG #monitoring #robust #statistics
Artifact correction with robust statistics for non-stationary intracranial pressure signal monitoring (MF, LYL, KS, CP, FZ, CG), pp. 557–560.
ICPRICPR-2012-ShibataK #modelling #recognition #using
Emotion recognition modeling of sitting postures by using pressure sensors and accelerometers (TS, YK), pp. 1124–1127.
CHICHI-2011-LeitnerH #design #image #interactive #named
Geckos: combining magnets and pressure images to enable new tangible-object design and interaction (JL, MH), pp. 2985–2994.
HCIDUXU-v2-2011-ChaeKN #experience #using
Measuring Drivers’ Dynamic Seating Experience Using Pressure Mats (SC, GK, KN), pp. 368–375.
DATEDATE-2010-LoHCHC #flexibility #multi
A portable multi-pitch e-drum based on printed flexible pressure sensors (CML, TCH, CYC, JH, KTC), pp. 1082–1087.
CHICHI-2010-StewartRKE #mobile
Characteristics of pressure-based input for mobile devices (CDS, MR, SGK, GE), pp. 801–810.
ICPRICPR-2010-BoughorbelBB #classification
Baby-Posture Classification from Pressure-Sensor Data (SB, FB, JB), pp. 556–559.
KMISKMIS-2010-BachlechnerKMW #information management
Taking Pressure off Knowledge Workers with the Help of Situational Applications — Improving Time-to-proficiency in Knowledge Work Settings (DB, MK, RM, GW), pp. 378–381.
REFSQREFSQ-2010-BrillSK #case study #question #requirements
Videos vs. Use Cases: Can Videos Capture More Requirements under Time Pressure? (OB, KS, EK), pp. 30–44.
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.
CHICHI-2008-ShiIGS #named
PressureFish: a method to improve control of discrete pressure-based input (KS, PI, SG, SS), pp. 1295–1298.
CASECASE-2007-AllwardtWHST #integration #throughput
Enhancing the Throughput of Catalyst Screening Labs by Integration of a High Pressure Microplate Reactor (AA, CW, SHL, NS, KT), pp. 381–385.
Augmenting the mouse with pressure sensitive input (JC, PI, SS), pp. 1385–1394.
Pressure marks (GAR, RB), pp. 1375–1384.
The Effects of the False Vocal Fold Gaps in a Model of the Larynx on Pressures Distributions and Flows (SL, MW, SW), pp. 147–156.
LCTESLCTES-2007-XuT #named
Tetris: a new register pressure control technique for VLIW processors (WX, RT), pp. 113–122.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2006-Bibby #exclamation #feedback
Getting feedback: no pressure! (PB), p. 346.
CASECASE-2005-ZhuZL #adaptation
An adaptive PI controller for regulation of pressure of hypertension patients (KZ, HZ, JL), pp. 67–72.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2005-MiT #recognition
Improvement on the Individual Recognition System with Writing Pressure based on RBF (LM, FT), pp. 157–162.
DATEDATE-2005-KirsteinSSHVH04 #monitoring
A CMOS-Based Tactile Sensor for Continuous Blood Pressure Monitoring (KUK, JS, TS, CH, TV, AH), pp. 210–214.
HTHT-2004-Kolb #hypermedia
Twin media: hypertext structure under pressure (DK), pp. 26–27.
Pressure widgets (GR, MB, RB), pp. 487–494.
OSDIOSDI-2004-WangPCZW #automation
Automatic Misconfiguration Troubleshooting with PeerPressure (HJW, JCP, YC, RZ, YMW), pp. 245–258.
CCCC-2003-TouatiE #pipes and filters
Early Control of Register Pressure for Software Pipelined Loops (SAAT, CE), pp. 17–32.
ICPRICPR-v2-2002-Abd-AlmageedS #modelling #statistics
Mixture Models for Dynamic Statistical Pressure Snakes (WAA, CES), pp. 721–724.
ICPRICPR-v3-2002-NakaiSSS #independence #online #recognition
Pen Pressure Features for Writer-Independent On-Line Handwriting Recognition Based on Substroke HMM (MN, TS, HS, SS), pp. 220–223.
ICPRICPR-v3-2002-QiP #classification
Context-Sensitive Bayesian Classifiers and Application to Mouse Pressure Pattern Classification (Y(Q, RWP), pp. 448–451.
ICDARICDAR-2001-KikuchiA #development #identification
Development of Speedy and High Sensitive Pen System for Writing Pressure and Writer Identification (MK, NA), pp. 1040–1044.
ICDARICDAR-2001-TanabeYKMOI #automation #verification
Automatic Signature Verification Based on the Dynamic Feature of Pressure (KT, MY, HK, SM, SO, TI), pp. 1045–1049.
SACSAC-2001-AltemoseN #pipes and filters
Register pressure responsive software pipelining (GA, CN), pp. 626–631.
CSEETCSEET-2000-WilliamsK #education #re-engineering
The Effects of “Pair-Pressure” and “Pair-Learning” on Software Engineering Education (LAW, RRK), pp. 59–65.
ICPRICPR-v4-2000-OhishiKM #online #using #verification
On-Line Signature Verification Using Pen-Position, Pen-Pressure and Pen-Inclination Trajectories (TO, YK, TM), pp. 4547–4550.
ICPRICPR-v4-2000-ShimadaOI #image #metric #video
Human Body Posture Measurement by Matching Foot Pressure Distribution to Video Images (SS, SO, KI), pp. 4188–4191.
SACSAC-2000-ShrewsburyN #impact analysis
Reducing the Impact of Software Prefetching on Register Pressure (DWS, CN), pp. 767–773.
Extraction of Personal Features from Stroke Shape, Writing Pressure and Pen Inclination in Ordinary Characters (YY, YM, NK), pp. 426–429.
Register Pressure Sensitive Redundancy Elimination (RG, RB), pp. 107–121.
CHICHI-1997-BellottiR #multi #web
From Web Press to Web Pressure: Multimedia Representations and Multimedia Publishing (VB, YR), pp. 279–286.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-KazumaSNGOS #analysis #evaluation #process
Evaluation of Mental Stress During Tracking Tasks Based on the Analysis of Electrodermal Activity, Blinks and Blood Pressure (HK, MS, YN, HG, YO, MS), pp. 567–570.
Non-Consistent Dual Register Files to Reduce Register Pressure (JL, MV, EA), pp. 22–31.
High-Pressure Steam Engines and Computer Software (NGL), pp. 2–14.
CSCWCSCW-1988-EngestromES #health #process
Computerized Medical Records, Production Pressure and Compartmentalization in the Work Activity of Health Center Physicians (YE, RE, OS), pp. 65–84.

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