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work (7)
fluctuat (3)
collabor (3)
tempor (3)
load (3)

Stem rhythm$ (all stems)

14 papers:

Synchronization Between Utterance Rhythm and Body Movement in a Two-Person Greeting (KK, HK, TY), pp. 305–316.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-ItaiM #development #interactive #using
Study About Creation of “Maai” Involving Intention Using Rhythm Controller — Development of Maai Creating Agent and Interaction Experiments Between Human and Agent (SI, YM), pp. 599–609.
CHICHI-2014-MarkICJ #online #process
Bored mondays and focused afternoons: the rhythm of attention and online activity in the workplace (GM, STI, MC, PJ), pp. 3025–3034.
CSCWCSCW-2014-SteinhardtJ #collaboration
Reconciling rhythms: plans and temporal alignment in collaborative scientific work (SBS, SJJ), pp. 134–145.
HCIHIMI-DE-2014-Kobayashi14a #case study
Study on Perception of Vibration Rhythms (DK), pp. 208–216.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2014-AgrawalPPTTL #hardware #named #parallel
Rhythm: harnessing data parallel hardware for server workloads (SRA, VP, JP, JT, DT, ARL), pp. 19–34.
HCIHCI-III-2013-ItoON #biology #interactive
A Method for Promoting Interaction Awareness by Biological Rhythm in Elementary School Children (KI, KO, SN), pp. 421–430.
CSCWCSCW-2011-JacksonRBB #collaboration
Collaborative rhythm: temporal dissonance and alignment in collaborative scientific work (SJJ, DR, AGB, GCB), pp. 245–254.
HCIHCI-DDA-2011-Yamamoto #performance
Synchronization and Fluctuation of Rhythm in Musical Cooperative Performance (TY), pp. 517–526.
ICMLICML-2008-PaiementGBE #distance
A distance model for rhythms (JFP, YG, SB, DE), pp. 736–743.
CSCWCSCW-2002-BegoleTSY #distributed #visualisation
Work rhythms: analyzing visualizations of awareness histories of distributed groups (JB, JCT, RBS, NY), pp. 334–343.
A finger on the pulse: temporal rhythms and information seeking in medical work (MCR, PD), pp. 344–353.
Influences of Ergo-meter Work Load Stimulated Fluctuations in CFF Values of Circadian Rhythm on VDU Work Load Related central Nerve Fatigue (MT, SK), pp. 84–88.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-TakedaH #question
Does the Circadian Rhythm of VDT Operators Cause Fluctuations of CFF Value that to Mask Fatigue Variations During Work Load? (MT, YH), pp. 563–566.

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