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Quantitative Results Comparing Three Intelligent Interfaces for Information Capture: A Case Study Adding Name Information into an Electronic Personal Organizer [article]

J. C. Schlimmer, P. C. Wells
1996 arXiv   pre-print
In the context of adding a personUs name and address to an electronic organizer, tests show handwriting recognition is slower than typing on an on-screen, soft keyboard, while adaptive menus and predictive  ...  This paper also presents strategies for applying these three interfaces to other information collection domains.  ...  Geoff Allen, Karl Hakimian, Mike Kibler, and the EECS staff provided a consistent and reliable computing environment.  ... 
arXiv:cs/9612102v1 fatcat:oiahslropneuneoslrrnhzleyu

Quantitative Results Comparing Three Intelligent Interfaces forInformation Capture: A Case Study Adding Name Information into a

J. C. Schlimmer, P. C. Wells
1996 The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research  
In the context of adding a personUs name and address to an electronic organizer, tests show handwriting recognition is slower than typing on an on-screen, soft keyboard, while adaptive menus and predictive  ...  This paper also presents strategies for applying these three interfaces to other information collection domains.  ...  Geoff Allen, Karl Hakimian, Mike Kibler, and the EECS staff provided a consistent and reliable computing environment.  ... 
doi:10.1613/jair.321 fatcat:n5nk6bm3y5hnhatl3ky46sasne

Capturing tacit knowledge: A case of traditional doctors in Mozambique

Yasser I.R. Ayub, Okuthe P. Kogeda, Manoj Lall
2018 South African Journal of Information Management  
The usability tests indicated that the prototype developed served its purpose to a great extent.Conclusion: The study concludes that cognitive semiotic model is a suitable tool for capturing tacit knowledge  ...  The results of the usability evaluation confirm that the system developed supports information sharing and ease of use.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Tshwane University of Technology for its financial support and the faculty of ICT committee on research ethics for approving this research (Ref#: FCRE/ICT  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajim.v20i1.880 fatcat:k6xgrg3hjzbe7kqzhl4suk6ivm

Capturing, eliciting, predicting and prioritizing (CEPP) non-functional requirements metadata during the early stages of agile software development

Richard R. Maiti, Frank J. Mitropoulos
2015 SoutheastCon 2015  
This represents an improvement of 10.53% compared to the baseline results. of The NERV methodology result was 96.49% which represents an improvement of 1.75% for CEP.  ...  The NORMAP methodology was used as a baseline. In addition, the NERV methodology baseline results were used for comparison.  ...  Acknowledgements The CEP methodology was validated with three case studies using the European Union eProcurement System.  ... 
doi:10.1109/secon.2015.7133007 fatcat:6d7a2ls7t5fnfovuderqreznwe

Applying Machine Learning for Healthcare: A Case Study on Cervical Pain Assessment with Motion Capture

Juan de la Torre, Javier Marin, Sergio Ilarri, Jose J. Marin
2020 Applied Sciences  
In this paper, we focus on a case study of cervical assessment, where the goal is to predict the potential presence of cervical pain in patients affected with whiplash diseases, which is important for  ...  By analyzing in detail this case study in a real scenario, we show how taking care of those particularities enables the generation of reliable predictive models in the field of healthcare.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank Mapfre insurance company (Zaragoza, Spain) for allowing us to use their facilities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10175942 fatcat:d33xzudd7jeehagjhjdd4j7vx4

Capturing the Complexity in Advanced Technology Use: Adaptive Structuration Theory

Gerardine DeSanctis, Marshall Scott Poole
1994 Organization science (Providence, R.I.)  
Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank the three anonymous reviewers and the Senior Editor for detailed guidance during several revisions of this manuscript.  ...  A-6g 3 So we'e "adding altinatives' r" (rdaoring to a GDSS fsoe) s ; A-la 4 "adding althmives' A-Ba I Wait, can't we jut cut tis (ist of s AO-lc itans an th ascm) down?  ...  An Illustration To illustrate the use of our analytic strategy for studying appropriation, we compared two groups that used the same GDSS for prioritizing projects for organizational investment.  ... 
doi:10.1287/orsc.5.2.121 fatcat:qk56a6sgs5dw7ojodwqsgzkxn4

Protobooth: gathering and analyzing data on prototyping in early-stage engineering design projects by digitally capturing physical prototypes

Jorgen F. Erichsen, Heikki Sjöman, Martin Steinert, Torgeir Welo
2020 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
Lastly, through enabling digital capture of large quantities of data, the research tool presents the foundations for training artificial intelligence-based predictors and classifiers that can be used for  ...  To capture the prototypes developed through the early stages of a project, a new research tool has been developed for capturing prototypes through multi-view images, along with metadata describing by whom  ...  The capturing system is made of three main components: • A physical capturing device for capturing the data. • An online and cloud-based backend for handling and storing the data. • A user interface for  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060420000414 fatcat:7lfgzfhojffobfxxwzgzckz5k4

Multimodal Capture of Patient Behaviour for Improved Detection of Early Dementia: Clinical Feasibility and Preliminary Results

Patrik Jonell, Birger Moëll, Krister Håkansson, Gustav Eje Henter, Taras Kuchurenko, Olga Mikheeva, Göran Hagman, Jasper Holleman, Miia Kivipelto, Hedvig Kjellström, Joakim Gustafson, Jonas Beskow
2021 Frontiers in Computer Science  
In this paper, we describe a highly multimodal system for unobtrusively capturing data during real clinical interviews conducted as part of cognitive assessments for Alzheimer's disease.  ...  The system uses nine different sensor devices (smartphones, a tablet, an eye tracker, a microphone array, and a wristband) to record interaction data during a specialist's first clinical interview with  ...  FIGURE 3 | 3 The interface used to set up the iPhones before a data capturing session. Here one can set the IP address and an identifying name of the phone.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomp.2021.642633 fatcat:ekmptngdszg2vci47ynxcbs7xq

Haptic Device for Capturing and Simulating Hand Manipulation Rehabilitation

Manuel Ferre, Ignacio Galiana, Raul Wirz, Neil Tuttle
2011 IEEE/ASME transactions on mechatronics  
The novel aspects of this approach are the use of a multifinger device for capture, simulation and modeling the movement of a biological joint for haptic simulation across three axes, each with non-linear  ...  Secondly, an application for simulation is developed using the MasterFinger-2 to display (both visually and haptically) manipulations of one joint of the hand around three axes.  ...  The signal from the FSR and associated electronic components [29] is filtered and converted to a digital signal by an ADC converter.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmech.2011.2159807 fatcat:ta5p5natvjgtfh44u5p3xbbavm

Carbon capture and storage (CCS): the way forward

Mai Bui, Claire S. Adjiman, André Bardow, Edward J. Anthony, Andy Boston, Solomon Brown, Paul S. Fennell, Sabine Fuss, Amparo Galindo, Leigh A. Hackett, Jason P. Hallett, Howard J. Herzog (+18 others)
2018 Energy & Environmental Science  
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is vital to climate change mitigation, and has application across the economy, in addition to facilitating atmospheric carbon dioxide removal resulting in emissions offsets  ...  This contribution reviews the state-of-the-art and identifies key challenges which must be overcome in order to pave the way for its large-scale deployment.  ...  Responsibility for any  ... 
doi:10.1039/c7ee02342a fatcat:hbp26kgeebagjehschdewt36ti

Toward Designing Information Display to Support Critical Care

Sherry Dunbar, Brekk Macpherson, Eugene Moretti, Guillherme Del Fiol, Jean Bolte, Jeffrey Taekman, Noa Segall, Melanie Wright
2016 Applied Clinical Informatics  
Conclusions The results from this study can be used to guide the design of future acute care electronic health information display.  ...  Additional research and collaboration is needed to refine and implement intelligent graphical user interfaces to improve clinical information organization and prioritization to support care decisions.  ...  We also thank Kathy Gage for her editorial assistance.  ... 
doi:10.4338/aci-2016-03-ra-0033 pmid:27704138 pmcid:PMC5228134 fatcat:j4oipcwysfgs5op6jfl6rt5gtq

Introducing Intelligence in Electronic Healthcare Systems: State of the Art and Future Trends [chapter]

Ilias Maglogiannis
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It presents an overview of healthcare technologies that enable the advanced patient data acquisition and management of medical information in electronic health records.  ...  The chapter is concluded with the areas in which intelligent electronic healthcare systems are anticipated to make a difference in the near future.  ...  The way context-aware applications make use of context can be categorized into the three following classes: presenting information and services, executing a service, and tagging captured data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03226-4_5 fatcat:bjbrlnabmnf2vkp6jm6cv35fky

Intelligent resource discovery using ontology-based resource profiles

J. Steven Hughes, Dan Crichton, Sean Kelly, Chris A. Mattmann, Jerry Crichton, Thuy Tran
2005 Data Science Journal  
We illustrate intelligent resource discovery using a case study that provides efficient search across distributed repositories using common interfaces and a hierarchy of resource descriptions derived from  ...  It uses a small set of generally accepted, broadly-scoped descriptors while also providing a mechanism for the inclusion of domain-specific descriptors.  ...  We illustrate intelligent resource discovery across distributed repositories using a case study implementation that provides efficient search across distributed repositories using common interfaces and  ... 
doi:10.2481/dsj.4.171 fatcat:jrb246bzk5ekzko2j3tqho3rum

Practical approach to knowledge management implementation in historic buildings restoration

Katayoun Taghizadeh, Eskandar Mokhtari, M.H. Mahmoudi Sari
2014 Management Science Letters  
The model is applied in a real case study and the results are compared with the previous knowledge management implementation model.  ...  We came up with a new conceptual model named as Finger Frame Model with four individual tiers connected with an intelligent communication medium .  ...  Performing the presented model and verification of it in a case study is done and the results are under preparation to be published in an individual manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.5267/j.msl.2014.11.001 fatcat:zyazw6blrbekrcqyrickhfxjla

Business Intelligence For N=1 Analytics Using Hybrid Intelligent System Approach

Rajendra M Sonar
2009 Zenodo  
Various AI techniques such as expert systems, case-based reasoning, neural-networks play important role in building business intelligent systems.  ...  Intelligent systems accessible through web services make it easier to integrate them into existing operational systems to add intelligence in every business processes.  ...  The first case study is on P&R for mobile VAS (value-added services) application for SonyBMG and other case study includes recommendation on website for EPG for TV Takes subcategory-wise profiles user  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1084507 fatcat:kwnwadzc3rhmxe6fusyjlbga74
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