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A Pilot Case Study on Innovative Behaviour

Cleviton V. F. Monteiro, Fabio Q. B. da Silva, Luiz Fernando Capretz
2016 Proceedings of the 10th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement - ESEM '16  
a full-scale investigation.  ...  Conducting a full-scale case study using an untested case design can lead to waste of resources and time if the design has to be reworked during the study.  ...  Such technologies are still in development or have been used in an experimental way. H3 projects have a high level of uncertainty and can provide the highest opportunities for innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2961111.2962618 dblp:conf/esem/MonteiroSC16a fatcat:midsv3znizefjfiguy7va4zxpu

The Visitors: Designing Media Facades to Support Links Between People and Places

Nina Valkanova, Ernesto Arroyo, Josep Blat
2022 Zenodo  
The pervasive integration of media façades in the urban environment challenges designers on how to use this new communication medium.  ...  The article introduces theVISITORS, a design case that investigates how the links between people and places can be mediated by abstract audiovisual representations of people's presence and activity on  ...  Stiliana Mitzeva for providing the inspiration for the visual representation and Andrea Rosales, David Peñuela and Piero Sacco for being irreplaceable members in the creation process of the presented design  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5833809 fatcat:34i5v67r4jfbzbu4ztbp23ycza

An Ambient-Physical System to Infer Concentration in Open-plan Workplace

Mohammad Saiedur Rahaman, Jonathan Liono, Yongli Ren, Jeffrey Chan, Shaw Kudo, Tim Rawling, Flora D. Salim
2020 IEEE Internet of Things Journal  
In this research, we present an ambient-physical system to investigate the concentration inference problem.  ...  The practicality of our system has been tested on two large open-plan workplaces with different designs and layouts.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was supported by Arup and RMIT Enabling Capability Platform through the provision of an 'Opportunity Funding' scheme (no. 17073).  ... 
doi:10.1109/jiot.2020.2996219 fatcat:m6wlvdnu7jezdpy227ueh5ynza

LightSit: An Unobtrusive Health-Promoting System for Relaxation and Fitness Microbreaks at Work

Ren, Yu, Lu, Zhang, Hu, Brombacher
2019 Sensors  
Following the showroom approach, we evaluated LightSit during a public exhibition at Dutch Design Week 2018.  ...  LightSit comprises a sensor mat that can be embedded into an office chair for measuring a user's sitting posture and heart rate variability and a lighting display that is integrated into a monitor stand  ...  Finally, we would like to thank Design United and Vitality Academy for their support for the project. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19092162 fatcat:zc2wwypnlfg4bjpb6teprscsvu

Inspector Robot – A new collaborative testing system designed for the automotive final assembly line

Rainer Müller, Matthias Vette, Matthias Scholer
2014 Assembly Automation  
We present the results of an initial in-lab pilot study designed with our industry collaborators.  ...  In this paper we look at a humanoid robot quality inspector, acting alongside workers in an assembly line.  ...  DISCUSSION Our exploratory design aimed to discover interesting avenues for future work.  ... 
doi:10.1108/aa-06-2014-050 fatcat:vqwah6asavbz5jpvw3lnmpigcq

The lens of ludic engagement

Ann J. Morrison, Peta Mitchell, Margot Brereton
2007 Proceedings of the 15th international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '07  
Many designs of technology systems begin with the workplace in mind, and with function, ease of use, and efficiency high on the list of priorities. [1] These priorities do not fit well with works designed  ...  To evaluate such works requires an integration of art-criticism techniques with more recent Human Computer Interaction (HCI) methods, and an understanding of the different nature of engagement in these  ...  However, I discovered that professionals working in broader related fields readily understood, or were prepared to investigate more sophisticated, playful and experimental interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1291233.1291358 dblp:conf/mm/MorrisonMB07 fatcat:s3vlpw2zpzhx3ngti7bcn7t5je

Spacematch: Using Environmental Preferences to Match Occupants to Suitable Activity-Based Workspaces

Tapeesh Sood, Patrick Janssen, Clayton Miller
2020 Frontiers in Built Environment  
This paper shows the implementation and testing of the Spacematch platform that was designed to improve the allocation and management of ABW.  ...  An experiment was implemented to test the ability to characterize the preferences of occupants to match them with suitable environmentally-comfortable and spatially-efficient flexible workspaces.  ...  Future work will investigate how this process can be automated and metrics developed to show the success of such matching in terms of reducing energy consumption and improving thermal comfort.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbuil.2020.00113 fatcat:rxkgfhc6vndbpo3zj6firocheq

Creative environments for design education and practice: A typology of creative spaces

Katja Thoring, Pieter Desmet, Petra Badke-Schaub
2018 Design Studies  
However, these insights are not part of this study; they will be investigated further in future work.  ...  In Section 4, we present an additional study in a practitioner's context to validate the typology. We conclude by discussing our findings and providing suggestions for future work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.destud.2018.02.001 fatcat:mnezmeqnzbbo7j6nz5xucjp5va

What do you bring to the table?

Trevor Pering, Kent Lyons, Roy Want, Mary Murphy-Hoye, Mark Baloga, Paul Noll, Joe Branc, Nicolas De Benoist
2010 Proceedings of the 12th ACM international conference on Ubiquitous computing - Ubicomp '10  
The design, implementation, and evaluation of a collaborative workspace prototype that directly supports the integrated use of mobile devices not only yields insights into the basic capabilities behind  ...  Collaborative spaces supporting personal mobile devices provide for a powerful integration of personalized content with supportive embedded infrastructure.  ...  FUTURE WORK & CONCLUSION One area for future work with this system would be to explore the longer term use of the system, mitigating any learning effects.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1864349.1864389 dblp:conf/huc/PeringLWMBNBB10 fatcat:anrlgee2gbd55g35lij5jlnqya

Spacematch: Using environmental preferences to match occupants to suitable activity-based workspaces [article]

Tapeesh Sood, Patrick Janssen, Clayton Miller
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper shows the implementation and testing of the Spacematch platform that was designed to improve the allocation and management of ABW.  ...  An experiment was implemented to test the ability to characterize the preferences of occupants to match them with suitable environmentally-comfortable and spatially-efficient flexible workspaces.  ...  Data Availability Statement Segments of the raw data and analysis code used for this study will be available in an open-access Github repository that includes further documentation 1 .  ... 
arXiv:2006.09570v1 fatcat:hakxscmxnjdmxcvwezgc7usogu

Local Intelligence for Remote Surveillance and Control of Flow in Fluid Transportation System

Thangavel Subramaniam, Priyanka Bhaskaran
2019 Advances in Modelling and Analysis C  
The simulation and experimental results of Local Intelligence using an IMC-PID controller on a lab scale fluid transport system are conveyed with its numerical data.  ...  The established local intelligence is experimentally validated in the lab scale experimental fluid transport system to monitor and control pressure and flow rate parameters remotely by incorporating with  ...  Regarding the future work, an internet of things (IoT) based reliable monitoring and control with local intelligence using IMC-PID controller modular architecture design along with SCADA/DCS which is outlined  ... 
doi:10.18280/ama_c.740102 fatcat:r3i742ian5efvhphh6pxdgizey

Readiness to Change Over Time: Change Commitment and Change Efficacy in a Workplace Health-Promotion Trial

Christian D. Helfrich, Marlana J. Kohn, Austin Stapleton, Claire L. Allen, Kristen Elizabeth Hammerback, K. C. Gary Chan, Amanda T. Parrish, Daron E. Ryan, Bryan J. Weiner, Jeffrey R. Harris, Peggy A. Hannon
2018 Frontiers in Public Health  
Future research needs to assess whether baseline commitment is an independent predictor of wellness-program effort or an effect modifier of the HealthLinks intervention.  ...  context scores relative to control sites over time and (2) intervention sites exhibited significantly higher changes in wellness program effort relative to control sites. 2 Helfrich et al.  ...  These questions were beyond the scope of the current analysis and are the focus of future work. It is also possible that we need to rethink our conceptualization of readiness to change.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2018.00110 pmid:29740572 pmcid:PMC5925216 fatcat:ecmnzoa525a5zcvvuxnnkofyge

Book of Abstracts EARLI SIG14 2020.pdf [article]

Georgina París, Anna Ciraso-Calí, Helena Roig-Ester, Carla Quesada
2020 Figshare  
Future work should examine preservice teachers' decision-making regarding the use of peer feedback, and how the feedback aligns to course objectives.  ...  Likewise, employees should have sufficient opportunities to reflect and, thus, capitalize on their work experiences as these represent valuable resources for coping with future work situations.  ...  In this poster, I propose that a participatory design approach can provide an avenue to improve the quality of effective learning tasks in AR by integrating the perspectives of teachers, students, and  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12515342.v3 fatcat:k3tx7vixifd6rlvbkrlxwyhidq

Book of Abstracts EARLI SIG14 2020.pdf [article]

Georgina París, Anna Ciraso-Calí, Helena Roig-Ester, Carla Quesada
2020 Figshare  
Future work should examine preservice teachers' decision-making regarding the use of peer feedback, and how the feedback aligns to course objectives.  ...  Likewise, employees should have sufficient opportunities to reflect and, thus, capitalize on their work experiences as these represent valuable resources for coping with future work situations.  ...  In this poster, I propose that a participatory design approach can provide an avenue to improve the quality of effective learning tasks in AR by integrating the perspectives of teachers, students, and  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12515342 fatcat:bx2ei6p4lrhoxl75yhxv5ie4ti

Innovation programs at the workplace for workers with an intellectual disability

Hannah Meacham, Jillian Cavanagh, Amie Shaw, Timothy Bartram
2017 Personnel Review  
The participants displayed more confidence and independence in their ability and exhibited aspirations to advance and succeed in their roles.  ...  Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to examine human resource management (HRM) innovation programs in the early stages of employment for workers with an intellectual disability (WWID).  ...  This would necessitate a quasi-experimental research design that measures pre-and post-test well-being and performance scores following the introduction of workplace innovations/interventions.  ... 
doi:10.1108/pr-08-2016-0214 fatcat:73yhcf4aybhobh6g5jqnxdqrbq
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