BibSLEIGH corpus
BibSLEIGH tags
BibSLEIGH bundles
BibSLEIGH people
Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Used together with:
sens (3)
user (3)
first (2)
interact (2)
robot (2)

Stem respond$ (all stems)

17 papers:

CHICHI-2015-StraitVFSU #elicitation #interactive
Too Much Humanness for Human-Robot Interaction: Exposure to Highly Humanlike Robots Elicits Aversive Responding in Observers (MS, LV, VF, MS, HLU), pp. 3593–3602.
SACSAC-2014-OmatuY #classification #smell #using
Smell classification using weakly responding data (SO, MY), pp. 213–214.
HCIOCSC-2013-Huang13a #community #facebook
Motivations of Facebook Users for Responding to Posts on a Community Page (FHH), pp. 33–39.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-JiangJH #fault #how #query
How do users respond to voice input errors?: lexical and phonetic query reformulation in voice search (JJ, WJ, DH), pp. 143–152.
SACSAC-2011-RamanathanRSXX #architecture #evolution
Sense-respond cloud mediator architecture for services evolution (JR, RR, NS, ZX, YX), pp. 162–169.
Responding to Learners’ Cognitive-Affective States with Supportive and Shakeup Dialogues (SKD, SDC, KF, ACG), pp. 595–604.
HCIHCI-AUII-2009-WoolfDACBM #student
Recognizing and Responding to Student Affect (BPW, TD, IA, DGC, WB, KM), pp. 713–722.
SEKESEKE-2008-HondaCD #mobile #named
Mobile-FIRST: a Mobile Agent Based First Responder System (JH, HHC, DD), pp. 565–568.
CHICHI-2007-ToupsK #coordination #design #education
Implicit coordination in firefighting practice: design implications for teaching fire emergency responders (ZOT, AK), pp. 707–716.
EDOCEDOC-2006-KutvonenMR #challenge #social
From trading to eCommunity population: Responding to social and contractual challenges (LK, JM, SR), pp. 199–210.
ECOOPECOOP-2006-ChinM #interactive #named
Responders: Language Support for Interactive Applications (BC, TDM), pp. 255–278.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2004-GargRC #monitoring #named #query #web
Web-CAM: Monitoring the dynamic Web to respond to Continual Queries (SG, KR, SC), pp. 927–928.
SEKESEKE-2004-JengCCSAZ #grid
Sense-and-Respond Grid (JJJ, HC, JYC, JS, LA, LZ), pp. 431–434.
SACSAC-2003-JengCC #named
COSAR: Commitment-Oriented “Sense and Respond” System for Microelectronic Manufacturing (JJJ, HC, JYC), pp. 637–644.
ICSEICSE-2002-ElssamadisyS #programming #smell
Recognizing and responding to “bad smells” in extreme programming (AE, GS), pp. 617–622.
Responding to subtle, fleeting changes in the user’s internal state (WT, NW), pp. 77–84.
Responding to “HUH?”: answering vaguely articulated follow-up questions (JDM), pp. 91–96.

Bibliography of Software Language Engineering in Generated Hypertext (BibSLEIGH) is created and maintained by Dr. Vadim Zaytsev.
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