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A Diary Study of Rendezvousing: Group Size, Time Pressure and Connectivity [chapter]

Martin Colbert
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper reports an initial analysis of a diary study of rendezvousing as performed by university students.  ...  This paper follows on from a previous diary study of rendezvousing, conducted in Spring 2000 [1] .  ...  size and time pressure.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45756-9_3 fatcat:krmdrb5thrd7tgyybfuynti4am

Usage and user experience of communication before and during rendezvous

Martin Colbert
2005 Behavior and Information Technology  
performance, time pressure, conflict with social norms, and conflict with preferred life-paths.  ...  This paper reports a field evaluation of the mobile phone as a 'package' of device and services.  ...  The mean size of rendezvous was 3.6 people, including the diary keeper.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01449290500043991 fatcat:24orodozovf47akst6p7nvjpkm

Social gravity

John Williamson, Simon Robinson, Craig Stewart, Roderick Murray-Smith, Matt Jones, Stephen Brewster
2010 Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '10  
We describe a virtual "tether" for mobile devices that allows groups to have quick, simple and privacy-preserving meetups.  ...  The Social Gravity system proved to be very successful in allowing groups to rendezvous efficiently and simply and can be implemented using only commercially available hardware.  ...  Eslambolchilar helped in the early stages of the project, A. Ramsay wrote drivers for the SK6 devices. Data from the trials is available at http://  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753326.1753548 dblp:conf/chi/WilliamsonRSMJB10 fatcat:vsndugbogzhhbmh2y4gube4jou

Roses of Love, Violets of Humility and Lilies of Suffering: A Phenomenological Hermeneutic Study of Floral Experiences in the Diary of St. Faustina Kowalska (1905-1938)

Renate Kandler, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
The Catholic Church has had a long and tumultuous relationship with flowers, the focus of which has been the subject of considerable scholarship (e.g.  ...  Through Faustina's diary, Divine Mercy in my Soul, we gain access to powerful, and unequivocally Catholic, experiences with flowers which comprise the very centre of her religious convictions.  ...  with great size and fragrance.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-3226 fatcat:qzy2dkpq3bcunkwdsseywngd3q

The American Philosophical Society

Arthur Willis Goodspeed
1912 Science  
The crabs show the intestinal canal, liver and a beautiful series of legs, gills and claws connected with the appendages about the mouth.  ...  The author of the diary was born at Fort Royal, Martinique, in 1750, went to Paris at nineteen to study law and returned to Cap Fran?ais (to-day Cape Haiti) in the French colony of St.  ...  From a study of double stars it is found that the stars of the brighter class do not greatly exceed those of the fainter class in mass, and hence that they are either much less dense, or much brighter  ... 


A. W. Goodspeed
1912 Science  
The author of the diary was born at Fort Royal, Martinique, in 1750, went to Paris a t nineteen to study law and returned to Cap Francais (to-day Cape Haiti) in the French colony of St.  ...  The crabs show the intestinal canal, liver and a beautiful series of legs, gills and claws connected with the appendages about the mouth.  ...  From a study of doublc stars i t is found that the stars of the brighter class do not greatly exceed those of the fainter class in mass, and hence that they are either much less dense, or much brighter  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.35.907.785 pmid:17792423 fatcat:6ycku625fveileyk2h4b4a4k4e

"Rendezvous" for renewal at "Lake of the Great Spirit": the french pilgrimage and indigenous journey to Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta, 1870-1896 [article]

Jessica Anne Buresi, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, George Colpitts
This thesis discusses the long history of both Catholic pilgrimage and aboriginal rendezvous traditions in France and Canada respectively, and addresses the complexity of conversion among North-Western  ...  It was initiated on June 6, 1889, by Jean-Marie Lestanc, a Catholic father with the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, a congregation which originated in Marseilles, France.  ...  George Colpitts for leading me to a good topic, for his guidance, his kind words, and his prompt feedback. I would also like to thank Dr. Heather Devine, Dr. Francine Michaud and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/27628 fatcat:dnzhabpjdbe7zi4mhpmfkeljdm

Mobile Phone Sensing Systems: A Survey

Wazir Zada Khan, Yang Xiang, Mohammed Y Aalsalem, Quratulain Arshad
2013 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
Sensor enabled mobile phones or smart phones are hovering to be at the center of a next revolution in social networks, green applications, global environmental monitoring, personal and community healthcare  ...  More and more organizations and people are discovering how mobile phones can be used for social impact, including how to use mobile technology for environmental protection, sensing, and to leverage just-in-time  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors wish to acknowledge the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and special thanks to Jun Zhang & Chao Chen (Deakin University) for helping to prepare this manuscripts  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2012.031412.00077 fatcat:vbktgtrkqvc6zdnr2qqqclr7am

The Origins and Significance of Gerald S. Graham's "Convoy Diary," 1942

Samuel McLean, Roger Sarty
2016 The Northern Mariner  
L'article suivant compare le récit « Convoy Diary », publié en temps de guerre par l'historien canadien Gerald Graham, à la version originale du 'appuie.  ...  et intellectuelles de l'historien à la traversée difficile de l'Atlantique Nord.  ...  can distinguish, although between a sub. and a corvette there is little difference in the size of the echo.  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.384 fatcat:6yl7ww2ibrczxcpwfyfg5xv4pa

Living for the Global City: Mobile Kits, Urban Interfaces, and Ubicomp [chapter]

Scott D. Mainwaring, Ken Anderson, Michele F. Chang
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
address the range of urban concerns and to unburden and empower urbanites.  ...  Using ethnographic methods, 28 young professionals across the global cities of London, Los Angeles, and Tokyo were studied to understand in some detail what items they carried with them (their mobile kits  ...  Acknowledgements Mizuko Ito at USC and Keio SFC played a primary and indispensable role in designing, facilitating, translating, and analyzing the data from this project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11551201_16 fatcat:irjnnq25srg6zm4w54wjyhoq4m

Black British North American Sailors in the Civil War

Richard Reid
2011 The Northern Mariner  
On 16 May 1861, just one month after the fall of Fort Sumter and the start of the American Civil War, John Anderson, a twenty-one year old "mulatto" from Nova Scotia, enlisted in the Union navy at a rendezvous  ...  A discussion of who these men were, how and where they joined, and the personal control that they displayed in selecting their service not only speaks to the nature of the black communities in British  ...  Gould IV, Diary of a Contraband: The Civil War Passage of a Black Sailor (Stanford, 2002), 220, 225.  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.307 fatcat:uzzo3k75jjefxhfz2nuwcft3pu

Places to stay on the move: Software architectures for mobile user interfaces

Alan Dix, Devina Ramduny, Tom Rodden, Nigel Davies
2000 Personal Technologies  
A consequence of using PoPs is that code and data have to be mobile within the network leading to potential security problems.  ...  One of the new features of mobile systems as compared with fixed networks is the connection point to the physical network, the point of presence (PoP), which forms an additional location for code and data  ...  Traditionally this is mainly a barrier to the construction and maintenance of code, but in a mobile setting, the size and computational ability of the devices is limited.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01324124 fatcat:3zqs4scljfg43bpprfk5nzoz7y

The Film Library and How It Grew

Iris Barry
1969 Film quarterly  
She was made Chevalier of the Legion d-Honneur in 1949, and now lives in retirement in Fayence (Var), France. That it could begin at all seemed, at the time, altogether a miracle.  ...  Stevens's error is in relying on the literary connection between the title and libretto of the oratorio and the content of his film. The association aroused by the sound of "The Messiah"  ...  Barr knew that in London in 1925, with Ivor Montagu and a handful of enthusiasts, I had been one of the founders of the Film Society. This was the progenitor of all cine-clubs, film study groups, etc.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1210306 fatcat:v7q7fqqi3vgzfkoz5oox3mzv4i

March 1835

2004 Medical history  
While he could follow a lecture containing familiar scientific and medical terms, many in Latin and common to both English and French, a discussion between a group of individuals, with a range of regional  ...  Jean were two of the wards in the H6tel Dieu. 18 Parenchyma is the spongy and cellular tissue that connects parts together, and the term "innervation" rather than "nerve supply", is a way of expressing  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025727300073579 fatcat:vkuwkckuqbajlcoybps6pvi2me

A critical evaluation of location based services and their potential

Jonathan Raper, Georg Gartner, Hassan Karimi, Chris Rizos
2007 Journal of Location Based Services  
The first question requires the use of position determination technology (PDT) that is either carried by the person initiating the query, e.g. a GPS receiver, or is accessed over a network connection,  ...  The third question answers the standard navigation query, and requires not only the positions of the two places/points 'A' and 'B', but also a knowledge of the possible routes between them and the points  ...  paper and current and prospective reviewers: your work is essential to the success of the journal.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17489720701584069 fatcat:spmkpyyds5bzfnmu7dgidrcpqq
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