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- Parag C. Pendharkar:
- James A. Rodger, Parag C. Pendharkar:
A field study of the impact of gender and user's technical experience on the performance of voice-activated medical tracking application.
- Rohae Myung:
Keystroke-level analysis of Korean text entry methods on mobile phones.
- John Christie, Raymond M. Klein, Carolyn R. Watters:
A comparison of simple hierarchy and grid metaphors for option layouts on small-size screens.
- Paul Ung-Joon Lee, Shumin Zhai:
Top-down learning strategies: can they facilitate stylus keyboard learning?
- Jesper Kjeldskov, Jan Stage:
New techniques for usability evaluation of mobile systems.
- Renata Bandelloni, Fabio Paternò:
Migratory user interfaces able to adapt to various interaction platforms.
- Stephen R. Gulliver, Tacha Serif, George Ghinea:
Pervasive and standalone computing: the perceptual effects of variable multimedia quality.
- W. Keith Edwards, Mark W. Newman, Jana Z. Sedivy, Trevor F. Smith:
Supporting serendipitous integration in mobile computing environments.
- Andrea Sanna, Claudio Zunino, Fabrizio Lamberti:
A distributed architecture for searching, retrieving and visualizing complex 3D models on Personal Digital Assistants.
- Andreas Paepcke, QianYing Wang, Sheila Patel, Matthew Wang, Susumu Harada:
A cost-effective three-in-one personal digital assistant input control.
- Gregor Schrott, Johannes Glückler:
What makes mobile computer supported cooperative work mobile? Towards a better understanding of cooperative mobile interactions.
- Avi Parush, Nirit Yuviler-Gavish:
Web navigation structures in cellular phones: the depth/breadth trade-off issue.
- Judy York, Parag C. Pendharkar:
Human-computer interaction issues for mobile computing in a variable work context.
- Huw W. Bristow, Chris Baber, James Cross, James F. Knight, Sandra I. Woolley:
Defining and evaluating context for wearable computing.