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Show Me The Rules! A User Study On Making Data Validation Rules Explicit in Spreadsheet Applications

Jessica Gava, Bruna Vilela, Elder Cirilo, Eiji Adachi
2017 Anais do Simpósio Brasileiro de Sistemas de Informação (SBSI)  
We conducted a user study to assess the effectiveness of SSVL. The results show that users using SSVL are faster and more productive in tasks involving the comprehension of data validation rules.  ...  Hiding data validation rules from users may hinder the comprehensibility and the usability of a spreadsheet, thus increasing the risks of entering incorrect data input.  ...  Section 4 presents the user study on making data validation rules explicit in spreadsheet applications. Finally, Section 5 presents our conclusions and directions for future work.  ... 
doi:10.5753/sbsi.2017.6043 dblp:conf/sbsi/GavaVCB17 fatcat:dfue6yp5bjhmdmfedky2dxup3m

The Rules of Inference

Lee Epstein, Gary King
2002 The University of Chicago Law Review  
As a result, readers learn considerably less accurate information about the empirical world than the studies' stridently stated, but overly confident, conclusions suggest.  ...  To remedy this situation both for the producers and consumers of empirical work, this Article adapts the rules of inference used in the natural and social sciences to the special needs, theories, and data  ...  A scale that is both reliable and valid displays the weight of 150 one hundred times in a row; a scale that displays a weight of 125 one hundred times in a row is reliable but not valid.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1600349 fatcat:nq567szm4vasrdd2rywui3hgje

Rule-Based Expression in Copyright Law

Jeffrey Malkan
2008 Social Science Research Network  
by a mechanical application of the rules and do not reflect even a 20. 101 U.  ...  In addition, Kregos needed to show that his score sheet was not merely a literal element of a system, as was the arrangement of ruled lines and columns in Baker.  ...  The Lotus court held that the user interface of a spreadsheet program was an unprotectible method of operation. Id. at 815.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1015095 fatcat:lol53dubazbzbjecl2wi4z6txi

Model inference for spreadsheets

Jácome Cunha, Martin Erwig, Jorge Mendes, João Saraiva
2014 Automated Software Engineering : An International Journal  
We have evaluated this technique in two ways: First, we have demonstrated its applicability by using it on a set of real-world spreadsheets. Second, we have run an empirical study with users.  ...  The study has shown that the results produced by our technique are comparable to the ones developed by experts starting from the same (legacy) spreadsheet data.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Orlando Belo for his help on running and analyzing the empirical study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10515-014-0167-x fatcat:4oho2shmdrf2zftw7vpz7pdgnq

Moving Beyond Syntax: Lessons from 20 Years of Blocks Programing in AgentSheets

Alexander Repenning
2017 Journal of Visual Languages and Sentient Systems  
Over the last 25 years, I have worked to empower students to create their own games, simulations, and robots. In this time I have explored, combined, and evaluated a number of programming paradigms.  ...  This article describes the journey to overcome first syntactic, then semantic, and most recently pragmatic, obstacles in computer science education.  ...  Acknowledgments This research has been funded by the National Science  ... 
doi:10.18293/vlss2017-010 fatcat:37wlentoune7lncv3pmo5w5lea

The state of the art in end-user software engineering

Andrew J. Ko, Brad Myers, Mary Beth Rosson, Gregg Rothermel, Mary Shaw, Susan Wiedenbeck, Robin Abraham, Laura Beckwith, Alan Blackwell, Margaret Burnett, Martin Erwig, Chris Scaffidi (+2 others)
2011 ACM Computing Surveys  
For example, a teacher might write a grading spreadsheet to save time grading, or an interaction designer might use an interface builder to test some user interface design ideas.  ...  This article summarizes and classifies research on these activities, defining the area of End-User Software Engineering (EUSE) and related terminology.  ...  The first author was also supported by a National Defense Science and Engineering Grant and an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1922649.1922658 fatcat:4c2qhx2ejngbdjoukbbl2ft2oe

An ethnographic study of distributed problem solving in spreadsheet development

Bonnie A. Nardi, James R. Miller
1990 Proceedings of the 1990 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work - CSCW '90  
Ethnographic interviews with spreadsheet users showed that nearly all of the spreadsheets used in the work environments studied were the result of collaborative work by people with different levels of  ...  In contrast to the common view of spreadsheets as "single-user" programs, we have found that spreadsheets offer surprisingly strong support for cooperative development of a wide variety of applications  ...  We are grateful to our informants for finding time in crowded schedules to talk to us, and for the careful, reflective explanations they provided about their use of spreadsheets.  ... 
doi:10.1145/99332.99355 dblp:conf/cscw/NardiM90 fatcat:3q5yubydmfhxbpq6uvpkiok26i

Multimedia Pivot Tables for Multimedia Analytics on Image Collections

Marcel Worring, Dennis Koelma, Jan Zahalka
2016 IEEE transactions on multimedia  
We have performed user experiments with novice users on a dataset from Flickr to improve the initial design and with expert users in marketing and multimedia analysis on two domain specific datasets collected  ...  We propose a multimedia analytics solution for getting insight in image collections by extending the powerful analytic capabilities of pivot tables, found in the ubiquitous spreadsheets, to multimedia.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank all the participants in the user experiments. In particular Olivier Ponti, Masoud Mazloom, Stevan Rudinac, and Bob Rietveld.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmm.2016.2614380 fatcat:wg4xnuhp2jgu7p7kwghss2j25e

Twinkling lights and nested loops: distributed problem solving and spreadsheet development

Bonnie A. Nardi, James R. Miller
1991 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
Ethnographic interviews with spreadsheet users showed that nearly all of the spreadsheets used in the work environments studied were the result of collaborative work by people with different levels of  ...  In contrast to the common view of spreadsheets as "single-user" programs, we have found that spreadsheets offer surprisingly strong support for cooperative development of a wide variety of applications  ...  Several users in the study, even after learning many aspects of the advanced layer, still relied on more experienced users to show them how to do new things.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0020-7373(91)90040-e fatcat:3so6hl7jprf7vbjzlfyfe4droe

Symbolic Simulation: An ACL2 Approach [chapter]

J. Strother Moore
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We illustrate these ideas with a formal speci cation of a simple computing machine in ACL2. We sketch some requirements on the interface, which we call a symbolic spreadsheet.  ...  A largely unexplored but potentially very useful next step is symbolic simulation, the \execution" of the formal speci cation on indeterminant data.  ...  I am especially indebted to Warren Hunt and Bishop Brock for the current view of the symbolic spreadsheet.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-49519-3_22 fatcat:jidiothokre27ovhjoh4lhatjy

A case study of post-deployment user feedback triage

Andrew J. Ko, Michael J. Lee, Valentina Ferrari, Steven Ip, Charlie Tran
2011 Proceeding of the 4th international workshop on Cooperative and human aspects of software engineering - CHASE '11  
Across interviews with the team, analyses of their bug reports, and further interviews with both users and non-adopters of the application, we found most of the constraints on addressing user feedback  ...  To investigate what constrains a teams evolution decisions, we performed a 6-month field study of a team employing iterative user-centered design methods to the design, deployment and evolution of a web  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1984642.1984644 dblp:conf/icse/KoLFIT11 fatcat:qg45r2cq35apbivd44qalqkqza

Fast, Formal, & Beautiful: Effectively Capture, Document, and Communicate User Workflow Information for Designing Complex Healthcare Software Systems

Jean M. R. Costa, Xianjun Sam Zheng, Roberto S. Silva Filho, Xiping Song
2012 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
The result is a set of implications for tool design, and a discussion of a possible method that seeks to make formal workflow modeling more suitable for designers.  ...  Successful user interface design for complex healthcare software systems requires a solid analysis and understanding of the users' workflow so that designers can create a solution that delivers the "right  ...  We thank Joe Carpinelli for the support of this research project.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1071181312561109 fatcat:anfkb6f5sjgrdmmbg56mvtuvsm

Design Principles for Route Optimization Business Models: A Grounded Theory Study of User Feedback [chapter]

Frederik Möller, TU Dortmund University, Chair for Industrial Information Management, Dortmund, Germany, Tobias Moritz Guggenberger, Boris Otto, Fraunhofer ISST, Dortmund, Germany
2020 WI2020 Zentrale Tracks  
The article presents a Grounded Theory study of user reviews drawn from the comparison portal Capterra to uncover possible design principles for these business models.  ...  User reviews are suitable data for that purpose as they are a rich source to derive basic requirements for a product.  ...  Acknowledgment This research was supported by the Excellence Center for Logistics and IT funded by the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft and the Ministry of Culture and Science of the German State of North Rhine-Westphalia  ... 
doi:10.30844/wi_2020_j10-moeller dblp:conf/wirtschaftsinformatik/MollerGO20 fatcat:z64iudjozvf2pps6omcxolo52m

Effects of peer feedback on password strength

Marc Dupuis, Faisal Khan
2018 2018 APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Research (eCrime)  
In another study, the researchers showed how the influence of framing impacts user tolerance on security delays [32] .  ...  Conducting a large-scale study on systems which have a high volume of users would generate more reliable data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ecrime.2018.8376210 dblp:conf/ecrime/DupuisK18 fatcat:vxhcft2m25f7vfqr3gextboqfi

An Integrated Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining Process Model [chapter]

Sumana Sharma, Kweku-Muata Osei-Bryson
2015 Knowledge Discovery Process and Methods to Enhance Organizational Performance  
He has taught me how to do research and become an independent thinker. He has inspired me through his love for teaching and the amount of energy and emotions that he invests in his student's welfare.  ...  I feel extremely fortunate in that I had the opportunity to work with him, and regard the moment when I got introduced to him as the turning point in my academic life.  ...  For example, they define recency as the time trend of a rule between time intervals in this study; a higher value implies a higher worth of attention to a rule.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b18231-5 fatcat:cmb5frhjczhcnlmzd5f7u55nvu
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