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Bridging the generation gap

P Huuhtanen
1998 Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health  
Bridging the generation gap The relationship between aging and work behavior is reciprocal.  ...  This leeway provides a good opportunity for, for example, worktime arrangements and computer interfaces to be designed according to the characteristics of different user groups.  ... 
doi:10.5271/sjweh.283 fatcat:yl7p7mrssjdh3cdwlb6v3tiy3a

Gaps and Bridges: New Directions in Planning and Natural Language Generation (Workshop Report)

Kristiina Jokinen, Mark T. Maybury, Michael Zock, Ingrid Zukerman
1997 The AI Magazine  
He pointed out that two big gaps originate from the interaction between the user and the interface system on the one hand and the interaction between the interface system and the application on the other  ...  Jönsson discussed user-friendly cooperative response generation in natural language interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v18i1.1283 dblp:journals/aim/JokinenMZZ97 fatcat:zqso2kcanzhzlgco7nzhmpizn4

Bridging the Gap: A Pragmatic Approach to Generating Insider Threat Data

Joshua Glasser, Brian Lindauer
2013 2013 IEEE Security and Privacy Workshops  
The threat of malicious insider activity continues to be of paramount concern in both the public and private sectors.  ...  We outline the use of synthetic data to enable progress in one research program, while discussing the benefits and limitations of synthetic insider threat data, the meaning of realism in this context,  ...  Our task was to generate data to simulate the aggregated collection of logs from host-based sensors distributed across all the computer workstations within a large business or government organization over  ... 
doi:10.1109/spw.2013.37 dblp:conf/sp/GlasserL13 fatcat:6z3byvobtjf2bjpqe2qtes2fla

Participatory Design in Socially Assistive Robots for Older Adults: bridging the gap between elicitation methods and the generation of design requirements [article]

Adi Bulgaro, Ela Liberman-Pincu, Tal Oron-Gilad
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Still, there is a gap between PD elicitation methods and the generation of design requirements. We aim to bridge this gap using new PD tools.  ...  Two focus groups were conducted to understand the visual design features of SARs in two ways: Choosing from an existing repository of "off the shelf" robots and Ideation and design of a SAR using a toolkit  ...  Conclusion, limitations & future work This study included interviews and focus groups to produce user design schemas and requirements.  ... 
arXiv:2206.10990v1 fatcat:ijos32uijzc7nm45zu2yxfewu4

Question answering and database querying: Bridging the gap with generalized quantification

Antonio Badia
2007 Journal of Applied Logic  
In this paper, we introduce a query language with generalized quantifiers (QLGQ) and show how it could be used to help bridge the gap between the two fields.  ...  However, the different assumptions in each field makes such collaboration difficult.  ...  Thanks to the generality and power of the concept of generalized quantifier, we have been able to expand the language to represents questions in addition to queries.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jal.2005.12.007 fatcat:wxhiifzo6nh7jpz2wbmtuyp74m

Bridging the Generational Culture Gap in Youth Civic Engagement through Social Media: Lessons Learnt from Young Designers in Three Civic Organisations

Henry Mainsah, Petter Bae Brandtzæg, Asbjørn Følstad
2016 Journal of Media Innovations  
Drawing on this experience, we present lessons learnt on how design by youth for youth may help to bridge the generational culture gap concerning civic engagement through social media.  ...  One major challenge concerns the generational culture gap between the networked culture of today's youth and the top-down culture characteristic of many civic organisations.  ...  In particular, the familiarity of the designers with the needs and desires of youth is potentially critical for delivering successful design projects and to bridging generational gap.  ... 
doi:10.5617/jmi.v3i1.2724 fatcat:d7momz3tufhjbp7xkrhwney7xi

Reformulating clancey's generic tasks for bridging both sides of dual reality

Walid Merrad, Alexis Heloir, Christophe Kolski
2018 Proceedings of the 29th Conference on l'Interaction Homme-Machine - IHM '17  
This model aims at bridging the real and the virtual sides of dual reality in the generic context of task/project realization.  ...  In this paper, we propose a generic model based on Clancey's ontology of generic tasks and the dual reality paradigm.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Fig. 15 comes from a work session with Sophie Lepreux and Yoann Lebrun.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3132129.3132135 dblp:conf/ihm/MerradHK17 fatcat:ew67iae3pnfo5hcqitweip6r7u

Bridging the gap

Tom Hurlbutt, Scott R. Klemmer
2006 CHI '06 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '06  
Through the study, we discovered that the initial prototype provided both positive and negative experiences for the user, providing insightful design implications for the future.  ...  We designed interaction techniques to facilitate these actions and conducted a usability study (n=10) to evaluate the techniques.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Brandon Burr, Jan Chong, Özgür Eris, Larry Leifer, Bob Plummer, George Toye, and Ron Yeh for all their support and guidance.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1125451.1125624 dblp:conf/chi/HurlbuttK06 fatcat:h2opp2ixkzbctgy5gyipi2a5oa

Bridging the gap

Tejinder K. Judge, Carman Neustaedter, Anthony Tang, Steve Harrison
2010 Proceedings of the 28th of the international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '10  
The challenge however is in transitioning from findings about users, their activities, and needs, into design requirements, constraints and implications that are directly applicable to design.  ...  Our goal is to foster a community in this space, understand the techniques that are being employed to move from contextual analysis to design, the challenges that still exist, and solutions to overcome  ...  What knowledge and information is most useful to base a design around? 3. Bridging the Gap: How do designers transition from contextual analysis to design?  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753846.1754183 dblp:conf/chi/JudgeNTH10 fatcat:lkblcs5xubgfxokwoykjsg6cwu

Bridging the framework modeling and implementation gap

R. Bunting
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
Rose SF Bridge, from METEX Systems Inc., implements the principles of this strategy with its integrated set of tools for SanFrancisco application development.  ...  The IBM SanFrancisco TM initiative has established a tools strategy to address the complexities of framework development, including repetitive coding tasks, consistent coding style, and an overall compliance  ...  The Rose SF Bridge is designed to work with the Rational Rose visual modeling tool to assist in the creation and refinement of UML models.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.392.0267 fatcat:zvlt3btpvzbmjbdfqggixbxeeu

Interoperability: Bridging the Gap

Mr. Shashi, Seema Bawa
2010 International Journal of Computer Applications  
It registers varied resources and makes them accessible to any end user.  ...  Grid computing is the aggregation of networked computers to form a large-scale distributed system which can be used to solve complex scientific problems.  ...  Presenting Information: The TUX-INTERO System provides the user interface for various heterogeneous resources to be accessed in a grid Design of TUX-INTERO TUX-INTERO [21] has been enhanced to use  ... 
doi:10.5120/1300-1603 fatcat:szuvmtszzzflrfedfago2im5mi

BioSYNTHESIS: bridging the information gap

N C Broering, H R Gault, H Epstein
1989 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
The search through various computer systems and different databases with unique storage and retrieval structures will be transparent to the user. BioSYNTHESIS I is complete and available to users.  ...  The design work for BioSYNTHESIS II is under development and will continue as a multiyear technical research effort of the proposed Georgetown IAIMS implementation project.  ...  Primary technical design work to-date has been with the user interface, access manager, and information analyzer functions.  ... 
pmid:2720205 pmcid:PMC227294 fatcat:q6yizh2vdjbi7cas7hsvjthpo4

Bridging the digital divide: storage media + postal network = generic high-bandwidth communication

Nitin Garg, Sumeet Sobti, Junwen Lai, Fengzhou Zheng, Kai Li, Randolph Y. Wang, Arvind Krishnamurthy
2005 ACM Transactions on Storage  
transported by the postal system as a general digital communication mechanism.  ...  While the idea of sending digital content via the postal system is not a new one, none of the existing attempts have turned the postal system into a generic and transparent communication channel that not  ...  Far from being a temporary fluke, the bandwidth gap between Postmanet and more conventional alternatives is likely here to stay and, indeed, to widen.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1063786.1063791 fatcat:dkhspiiwijbgnlcwb7fodl2fe4

The Need for Efficient Power Generation [chapter]

Richard Vesel, Robert Martinez
2012 Energy Efficiency - A Bridge to Low Carbon Economy  
The Need for Efficient Power Generation, Energy Efficiency -A Bridge to Low Carbon Economy, Dr.  ...  The share of coal-fired generation in total generation will likely increase from 40 percent in 2006 to 44 percent in 2030.  ... 
doi:10.5772/38574 fatcat:szkp2iqopfaxha4cp7ffohuxba

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE WITH EXAMPLES FROM ECOLOGY AND BIODIVERSITY

Laura Downey, Deana Pennington
2009 Biodiversity Informatics  
Involving domain members in the design and development of technology in their domain is a key factor in bridging the gap between technology and science.  ...  Understanding domain members' issues, priorities, knowledge, abilities, interactions, tasks, and work environments is another aspect, one that directly impacts application success.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We acknowledge all the scientists who have participated in the user-centered design activities in SEEK, and all the members of the SEEK team for their support, enthusiasm, and contributions  ... 
doi:10.17161/bi.v6i1.1574 fatcat:l7c4uzk3rncvvad4ldk3uwje6m
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