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Traveling for Auto Shows [chapter]

Ting Song, Yuan Gu
2020 Factors Influencing Child Survival in Tanzania  
Q: Does he play games on the computer? JL's mother: He will watch the news and play games on his computer. He doesn't watch a lot of TV now.  ...  He doesn't watch a lot of TV-he spends more time on his computer and watches news there. Q: Does he buy his own clothes? JL's mother: I don't usually let him do it, because I am not sure about it.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-15-5005-8_2 fatcat:dhlou6zmrvcu7dewjjhtfat5fu

Feedback-based handwriting recognition from inertial sensor data for wearable devices

Yujia Li, Kaisheng Yao, Geoffrey Zweig
2015 2015 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)  
This paper presents a novel interactive method for recognizing handwritten words, using the inertial sensor data available on smart watches.  ...  The goal is to allow the user to write with a finger, and use the smart watch sensor signals to infer what the user has written.  ...  We implement the handwriting recognition framework on a smart watch device, and conduct experiments on real users.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icassp.2015.7178375 dblp:conf/icassp/LiYZ15 fatcat:hriaaytq55dsxgqtzibvxkgndi

A Study to Evaluate Pencil Grip Type, Hand Functions - Dexterity & Grip Strength in Children Using Tech for 2 or More Hours a Day

Maulik Shah, Sweety Shah, Vaibhavi Ved
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences and Research  
On the one hand, it has made our lives easier by allowing us to browse the internet, have essential conversations, and have a source of pleasure.  ...  Numbers of studies have been done on Smartphone usage, hand writing performance & grip strength individually.  ...  Volman, Schendal & Jongmans' (2006) study on handwriting in second and third grade children, with and without handwriting problems concluded that one of the underlying factors that impact the quality of  ... 
doi:10.52403/ijhsr.20220339 fatcat:7g54k5xejvdazjiqexxyw4vbqq

Page 128 of All the Year Round Vol. 6, Issue 136 [page]

1871 All the Year Round  
William von Humboldt once said: “The handwriting always retains something characteristic of aman; but that of Goethe (who wrote a large flowing hand) was, I must confess, not one that could show his individuality  ...  It was Shenstone, if we remember rightly, who said, “Show me a man’s handwriting, and I will tell you his cha- racter.””  ... 

Text Input on a Smart Watch

Andreas Komninos, Mark Dunlop
2014 IEEE pervasive computing  
Smart-watches provide users with access to many applications on smartphones direct from their wrists, without the need to touch their smartphone.  ...  While raising some problems, the feedback from our participants indicates that reasonable quality and speed is achievable on a smart-watch and encourages our future work.  ...  There is currently very little work focusing on text entry for smart watches. One such method is Zoomboard [14] , where a full QWERTY keyboard is shrunk to fill the smart watch screen.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2014.77 fatcat:bjrfaal2p5frdlmrep2ihgvq4a

Page 427 of The Living Age Vol. 187, Issue 2420 [page]

1890 The Living Age  
Lewis, a smart Cockney, and describes how Mr.  ...  Several of the entries show his readi- ness to amend whatever was amiss. Even in old,age he designed to take lessons for the improvement of his handwriting.  ... 

Handwriting: A Matter of Affairs

Iman M. M. Muwafaq Al-Ghabra
2015 English Language Teaching  
The study aims at displaying the results of some substantial resources on handwriting to show this importance and its impact on students' academic performance.  ...  the importance and necessity of updating curriculum to focus on using handwriting to enhance and support the students' reception of information.  ...  Using smart machines has decreased the chances of using hands in general and handwriting in particular.  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v8n10p168 fatcat:fjahhsnqcvhphalaodzytnobmi

Page 88 of The New Monthly Magazine Vol. 72, Issue 285 [page]

1844 The New Monthly Magazine  
The stout nurse showed me -a smiling cherub—the doctor ob- served that ‘‘ Mrs.  ...  O'S, was doing nicely,”"—and jabs ares the iron master on being made a grandpapa, while his ic features softened toasmile. But this reyerie was broken.  ... 

Tabletop AgilePlanner: A tabletop-based project planning tool for agile software development teams

Xin Wang, Frank Maurer
2008 2008 3rd IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human Computer Systems  
Second, it shows a multipart usability evaluation that exposes the benefits and limitations of using digital tabletop to develop project planning applications.  ...  On the tabletop AgilePlanner, we utilize the handwriting recognition engine that was originally used by tablet PCs to translate handwriting into electronic text.  ...  Our current implementation shows everything from the larger display and scales it down to display on the smaller screen.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tabletop.2008.4660194 dblp:conf/tabletop/WangM08 fatcat:4d6t5lllajeunatwresj7xuvmu

Page 400 of Green Book Magazine Vol. 2, Issue 2 [page]

1909 Green Book Magazine  
One thing I have to keep a sharp watch out for is the forged pass.  ...  “Well, I allowed this woman in and told an usher to watch her. She was too smart for him, however, and he lost sight of her just long enough to-enable her to slip into a seat.  ... 

ICT as an Enhancing Tool of Foreign Language Teaching Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders

Beáta Jelínková
2019 International Journal of Information and Communication Technologies in Education  
It also includes research on four foreign language skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing of the examined group and provides proposals for farther investigation.  ...  This paper reports on teaching/learning a foreign language of children having autistic spectrum disorders (ASD), particularly Highly functioning autism and Asperger´s syndrome by virtue of help of ICT.  ...  The results show that ASD children have overall worse performance on a handwriting task.  ... 
doi:10.2478/ijicte-2019-0004 fatcat:jbrte7dfejbldlseymljxmthp4

Hand Gesture User Interface for Smart Devices Based on Mems Sensors

P. Muhammad, S. Anjana Devi
2016 Procedia Computer Science  
The accelerometer signals are processed within the device itself and result of recognition is transmitted via Bluetooth to smart device such as computer, smart phone, tablets etc.  ...  Also we have developed an effective motion detection method based on adaptive mean value calculation of accelerometer signals also we introduced an effective template selection criterion.  ...  Introduction The revolution of smart devices such as smart phone, tablet, smart watches and handheld computers has made user interaction technology progressively more important.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.07.279 fatcat:zyqvwmgrdbc3bcpegkk5rtctpq

Software for Wearable Devices: Challenges and Opportunities [article]

He Jiang, Xin Chen, Shuwei Zhang, Xin Zhang, Weiqiang Kong, Tao Zhang
2015 arXiv   pre-print
At present, Samsung's Galaxy Gear2 smart watch is running on this operating system.  ...  Taking smart watches as an example, the battery life of Moto 360 is up to 60 hours [25] and the one of LG G Watch is only 36 hours [26] .  ... 
arXiv:1504.00747v1 fatcat:ff3w3fw2ivfyln3fom5tzy3lqa

Physical/Cyber Objects Management Framework for Multiple-Area Detectable RFID [chapter]

Masayuki Iwai, Ryo Osawa, Suzuki Kei, Takuya Imaeda, Hideyuki Tokuda
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes details of Smart-Furoshiki system and its applications.  ...  We will propose a novel hardware platform using cheap RFID tags which can attach on any everyday physical objects.  ...  The Smart-Furoshiki supports cooperation between objects on it. Objects on Smart-Furoshiki are identified by RF-ID. Figure 8 shows it.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75664-4_2 fatcat:kazmhuxtungozkdpwxvboiuteq

Page 255 of The American Magazine Vol. 1, Issue 2 [page]

1876 The American Magazine  
He was a smart one, but not equal to one up in County Tipperary, who built so many miles of stone fence in one day that it took him all night and the next day to get home.  ...  Smart Worx.—A man down in Northampton, it is said, made so many pairs of shoes in one day that it took two days to count them!  ... 
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