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Stem wheel$ (all stems)

33 papers:

CASECASE-2015-ChenHLL #development #ontology #tool support
Development of a Hybrid-Cloud-based Wheel-Manufacturing Service with Ontology inference for machine tools (CCC, MHH, YCL, PYL), pp. 1440–1445.
CASECASE-2015-SuWCRT #adaptation #fuzzy #learning
Adaptive PD fuzzy control with dynamic learning rate for two-wheeled balancing six degrees of freedom robotic arm (SFS, KJW, MCC, IJR, CCT), pp. 1258–1261.
CHICHI-2015-EntwistleRVBA #framework #human-computer #research
Beyond the Individual: The Contextual Wheel of Practice as a Research Framework for Sustainable HCI (JME, MKR, NV, RSB, MSA), pp. 1125–1134.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-NoridukiSIT #fault
Map Matching to Correct Location Error in an Electric Wheel Chair (YN, HS, SI, HT), pp. 243–252.
CAVCAV-2015-BozzanoCPJKPRT #analysis #design #safety
Formal Design and Safety Analysis of AIR6110 Wheel Brake System (MB, AC, AFP, DJ, GK, TP, RR, ST), pp. 518–535.
HCIDHM-2014-HuangNKMKNAKOO #self
Robot Patient for Nursing Self-training in Transferring Patient from Bed to Wheel Chair (ZH, AN, MKP, JM, YK, MN, KA, NK, TO, JO), pp. 361–368.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-KadomuraITRS #named #using #visualisation
AwareCycle: Application for Sports Visualization Using an Afterimage Display Attached to the Wheel of a Bicycle (AK, YI, KT, JR, IS), pp. 256–264.
HCIHIMI-DE-2014-PohlSKAM #usability
Evaluating the Dot-Based Contingency Wheel: Results from a Usability and Utility Study (MP, FS, SK, BA, SM), pp. 76–86.
KMISKMIS-2014-SaijoWAOMK #case study #evaluation
Knowledge Creation in Technology Evaluation of 4-Wheel Electric Power Assisted Bicycle for Frail Elderly Persons — A Case Study of a Salutogenic Device in Healthcare Facilities in Japan (MS, MW, SA, NO, SM, SK), pp. 87–97.
DATEDATE-2013-Mueller-GritschnederLWGS #case study #framework #prototype #realtime
A virtual prototyping platform for real-time systems with a case study for a two-wheeled robot (DMG, KL, EW, MG, US), pp. 1331–1334.
VLDBVLDB-2013-AkidauBBCHLMMNW #fault tolerance #internet #named
MillWheel: Fault-Tolerant Stream Processing at Internet Scale (TA, AB, KB, SC, JH, RL, SM, DM, PN, SW), pp. 1033–1044.
The wheels are turning: content rotation on steering wheel displays (DW, MM, SO, AM, MT), pp. 1809–1812.
HCIHCI-AS-2013-AngeliniCCCLKM #gesture #interactive #named
WheelSense: Enabling Tangible Gestures on the Steering Wheel for In-Car Natural Interaction (LA, MC, FC, SC, DL, OAK, EM), pp. 531–540.
The construction of a full-scale wheel/rail roller rig in Korea (KA, JP, SR), pp. 802–803.
CASECASE-2012-ZhaoLKH #data fusion #locality #simulation #using
A simulation study of sensor data fusion using UKF for bucket wheel reclaimer localization (SZ, TFL, BK, AH), pp. 1192–1197.
CASECASE-2011-BohlouliMBK #adaptation #fuzzy #mobile
Adaptive fuzzy sliding mode controller for Wheeled Mobile Robots (RB, YM, RB, JK), pp. 285–290.
CHICHI-2011-DoringKMPSGS #gesture #interactive #visual notation
Gestural interaction on the steering wheel: reducing the visual demand (TD, DK, PM, MP, JS, VG, AS), pp. 483–492.
HCIHCI-MIIE-2011-KimPCJ #clustering #effectiveness #traversal
The Effective IVIS Menu and Control Type of an Instrumental Gauge Cluster and Steering Wheel Remote Control with a Menu Traversal (SMK, JP, JC, ESJ), pp. 401–410.
CASECASE-2010-ChenWZZF #analysis #performance #process #towards
Towards performance analysis of wheel loading process in automotive manufacturing (HC, JW, BZ, GZ, TAF), pp. 234–239.
CASECASE-2010-EderK #design #framework
Design of an experimental platform for an X-by-wire car with four-wheel steering (ME, AK), pp. 656–661.
DATEDATE-2009-BarontiLRS #detection #distributed #metric
Distributed sensor for steering wheel rip force measurement in driver fatigue detection (FB, FL, RR, RS), pp. 894–897.
CASECASE-2007-TadakumaT #design
Mechanical Design of “Omni-Ball”: Spherical Wheel for Holonomic Omnidirectional Motion (KT, RT), pp. 788–794.
Few D.O.F. Walking Robot with Outer-Wheels (RT, KT, RDH), pp. 1117–1124.
CASECASE-2007-TranKSH #interactive #modelling
Dynamic Modelling of Wheel-Terrain Interaction of a UGV (THT, NMK, SS, QPH), pp. 369–374.
An intuitive text input method for touch wheels (MP, NS, NEJ), pp. 467–470.
CSCWCSCW-2006-WeisethMTL #analysis #collaboration #framework #tool support
The wheel of collaboration tools: a typology for analysis within a holistic framework (PEW, BEM, BT, SL), pp. 239–248.
KDDKDD-2005-YangL #learning #predict
Learning to predict train wheel failures (CY, SL), pp. 516–525.
VLDBVLDB-2001-RamanH #interactive
Potter’s Wheel: An Interactive Data Cleaning System (VR, JMH), pp. 381–390.
HCIHCI-CCAD-1999-FachB #adaptation #design #learning
Training wheels: an “old” method for designing modern and adaptable learning environments (PWF, MB), pp. 725–729.
SEKESEKE-1996-SunM #automation #named #program analysis
Wheels: An Automated Program Analysis Tool (AYS, BMM), pp. 269–276.
CHICHI-1995-AalstCM #analysis #design #framework #learning #user interface
Design Space Analysis as “Training Wheels” in a Framework for Learning User Interface Design (JWvA, TTC, DLM), pp. 154–161.
STOCSTOC-1993-CohenBKT #data type #query
Reinventing the wheel: an optimal data structure for connectivity queries (RFC, GDB, AK, RT), pp. 194–200.
SOSPSOSP-1987-VargheseL #data type #implementation #performance
Hashed and Hierarchical Timing Wheels: Data Structures for the Efficient Implementation of a Timer Facility (GV, AL), pp. 25–38.

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