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Cinematographic User Models for Automated Realtime Camera Control in Dynamic 3D Environments [chapter]

William H. Bares, James C. Lester
1997 User Modeling  
After interviewing users to determine their preferred directorial style and pacing, UCAM examines the resulting cinematographic user model to plan camera sequences whose shot vantage points and cutting  ...  Despite their promise for scientific and educational applications, much of this potential has gone unrealized because runtime camera control software lacks user-sensitivity.  ...  Users may also state pacing and transition preferences.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-2670-7_23 fatcat:odrvzff435b6torrmxalx4mtfe

MMM: Multi-source Multi-net Micro-video Recommendation with Clustered Hidden Item Representation Learning

Jingwei Ma, Jiahui Wen, Mingyang Zhong, Weitong Chen, Xue Li
2019 Data Science and Engineering  
The resulted categorical representations are interacted with user representations to model user preferences at different levels of hierarchies.  ...  to propagate the preferences among users.  ...  PACE and TrustSVD both consider user interaction and social information, and the difference is the way that they exploit social information for regularizing user representations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41019-019-00101-4 fatcat:cjn4saysczhtxh4fr4tft27gsq

Investigating the Role of Biofeedback and Haptic Stimulation in Mobile Paced Breathing Tools [chapter]

Antoinette Bumatay, Jinsil Hwaryoung Seo
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This study explores the following questions: Do users prefer control of the breathing rate interval through an on-screen slider (manual mode) or through a physiological sensor (biofeedback mode)?  ...  Previous studies have shown that mindfulness meditation and paced breathing are effective tools for stress management.  ...  The first aspect of this study is the concept of biofeedback interaction. Do users prefer manual control over a breathing interval of a paced breathing guide?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-58628-1_23 fatcat:v76savam2jaorgyh3ailbfz7s4

Exploring passive user interaction for adaptive narratives

Stephen Gilroy, Julie Porteous, Fred Charles, Marc Cavazza
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 ACM international conference on Intelligent User Interfaces - IUI '12  
the subsequent development of character relationships, narrative focus and pacing.  ...  We introduce a system that implements a passive interaction loop as part of narrative generation, monitoring users' physiological responses to an on-going narrative visualization and using these to adapt  ...  Visual content developed by Matthew Laverick and Catherine Dixon, Teesside University. Story ideas provided by Terry Borst, Santa Fe University of Art and Design.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2166966.2166990 dblp:conf/iui/GilroyPCC12 fatcat:j5g7v4paivehffsnfizgf6bqcy

A Literature Review of Personalisation, Search, and Navigation Methods in Open e-Learning

Dhuha Al-Shaikhli, Simon Courtenage
2018 International Journal of Information and Education Technology  
In this review, we discuss previous research on the above-mentioned fields and recent results that e-learner providers can benefit from.  ...  Personalisation, search, and navigational methods have been reported as potential approaches to supporting learners on e-learning platforms.  ...  An essential attribute for personalisation in web interactive systems such as a MOOC is that the system must automatically assess and update user profiles, as their preferences may change and hence their  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijiet.2018.8.1.1007 fatcat:7obavj6krrbfnhym6zxylobz4y

Page 52 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 25, Issue 2 [page]

1993 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
Least used are expert systems and interactive video.  ...  Of the 13 responses, three were from universities, two from CAEs, one from TAFE and seven from private providers. Q10 Do your students prefer courses that include computer- ised self-paced learning?  ... 

Response time and display rate in human performance with computers

Ben Shneiderman
1984 ACM Computing Surveys  
The pace of human-computer interaction is an important issue to computer scientists and computer users alike.  ...  [Models and Principles]: User/Machine Systems General Terms: Human factors Additional Key Words and Phrases: Human/computer interaction, interactive systems, response time, user interface, user think  ...  The support of IBM and Control Data Corporations helped create the stimulating research environment in the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory. I am grateful to Tom Butler, S.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2514.2517 fatcat:a4b4mdr6kzbrzilrpjdu2xl7ve

Building User Interface and Domain Models Based on the Users' Cognitive Characteristics and Work Process Specifics

I. E. Furtat, National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Yu. O. Furtat, Pukhov Institute for Modeling in Energy Engineering, NASU
2018 Mathematical and computer modelling. Series: Technical sciences  
to the user) models are considered as components of the complex of means for managing user's informational interaction with the automated system management means, adapting this interaction to the user's  ...  The principles of construction and management of the automated systems' UI (responsible for a form of presenting information to the user) and domain (responsible for a structure of presenting information  ...  Such adaptation involves modifying not only data presentation, but also data storage and he script of the interaction itself based on the workflow specifics and the users' preferences.  ... 
doi:10.32626/2308-5916.2018-18.110-115 fatcat:zcsv4qeqargnjhc772mvinpzve

Page 29 of Journal of Systems Management Vol. 37, Issue 10 [page]

1986 Journal of Systems Management  
Is data available as to individual user preferences for the attributes shown in this exhibit? OCTOBER @ i986 f= .  ...  Martin, M. and Fuerst, W., “Using Computer Knowledge in the Design of Interactive Systems,” (submitted to International Journal of Man-Machine Studies), 1986. 5. Martin, M. and Trumbly, J.  ... 

Middleware for Distributed Context-Aware Systems [chapter]

Karen Henricksen, Jadwiga Indulska, Ted McFadden, Sasitharan Balasubramaniam
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The paper also provides a critical review of several middleware solutions, followed by a comprehensive discussion of our own PACE middleware.  ...  Context-aware systems represent extremely complex and heterogeneous distributed systems, composed of sensors, actuators, application components, and a variety of context processing components that manage  ...  hoarding of context information to support mobility, and mechanisms for revealing aspects of the system state to facilitate user understanding and control.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11575771_53 fatcat:4w4nohe255guzem2fybnfh65xm

Empathetic Interactive Music Video Experience

Myunghee Lee, Youngsun Kim, Gerard Kim
2012 Zenodo  
Empatheater is a video playing system that is controlled by multimodal interaction. As the video is played, the user must interact and emulate predefined "events" for the video to continue on.  ...  The user is given the illusion of playing an active role in the unraveling video content and can empathize with the performer.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research was supported by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy and KIAT through the "Workforce Development Program in Strategic Technology".  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1178312 fatcat:afuxtso6pndu7hxbwsiqgtpgma

The effects of walking speed on target acquisition on a touchscreen interface

Joanna Bergstrom-Lehtovirta, Antti Oulasvirta, Stephen Brewster
2011 Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services - MobileHCI '11  
between speed and interaction.  ...  However, the quantitative relationship between walking speed and user performance is unknown.  ...  We thank Alexander Ng, Andrew Crossan, and Ronald Baxendale for their help.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2037373.2037396 dblp:conf/mhci/Bergstrom-LehtovirtaOB11 fatcat:rvvq34tao5drfa2djnbtbw3nuq

Page 704 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 25, Issue 5 [page]

2002 Communication Abstracts  
The study found that users vary widely in their information needs and preferences.  ...  Documentation can better meet variances in learning styles and user preferences when tightly integrated into applications accessible in the user's own language.  ... 

The role of context in perceptions of the aesthetics of web pages over time

Paul van Schaik, Jonathan Ling
2009 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
An important aspect of the empirical study of user experience is the process by which users form aesthetic and other judgements of interactive products.  ...  The results from two experiments demonstrate that context increases the stability of judgements from perceptions after brief exposure to those after self-paced exposure and from perceptions after self-paced  ...  users" interaction in action mode.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2008.09.012 fatcat:hfflmpl4mja5tncwvhar7fdmpm

Comparing evaluation methods for encumbrance and walking on interaction with touchscreen mobile devices

Alexander Ng, John H. Williamson, Stephen A. Brewster
2014 Proceedings of the 16th international conference on Human-computer interaction with mobile devices & services - MobileHCI '14  
Users frequently carry cumbersome objects (e.g. shopping bags) and use mobile devices at the same time which can cause interaction difficulties and erroneous input.  ...  In this paper, two walking evaluation methods were compared to evaluate the effects of encumbrance while the preferred walking speed (PWS) is controlled.  ...  The user sets the preferred pace on the treadmill by estimating PWS. The recorded walking speed is then used for each trial during the experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2628363.2628382 dblp:conf/mhci/NgWB14 fatcat:dtlu5x34uzd5xifbsyntte7pl4
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