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The Cubicle vs. The Coffee Shop: Behavioral Modes in Enterprise End-Users [chapter]

Frédéric Giroire, Jaideep Chandrashekar, Gianluca Iannaccone, Konstantina Papagiannaki, Eve M. Schooler, Nina Taft
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The distinct environments, such as the cubicle and the coffee shop (among others), that users visit, may each pose different constraints and lead to varied behavioral modes.  ...  We find significant diversity in end-host behavior across environments for many features, thus indicating that profiles computed for a user in one environment yield inaccurate representations of the same  ...  When outside, the end-hosts are used in a number of places such as homes, airport lounges, coffee shops, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-79232-1_21 dblp:conf/pam/GiroireCIPST08 fatcat:7vanimlsbjgbvkqh5res6dyhvy

Expressing territoriality in collaborative activity

Jennifer Thom-Santelli
2009 Proceedinfs of the ACM 2009 international conference on Supporting group work - GROUP '09  
TERRITORIALITY AND ITS BOUNDARIES Introduction In writing this dissertation, I have spent time at a variety of coffee shops in different locations in the United States.  ...  For those who use their laptops at a coffee shop, the tables near the power outlets become highly valued, and fellow patrons utilize a variety of strategies to claim those spaces.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1531674.1531738 dblp:conf/group/Thom-Santelli09 fatcat:2tmxhaayujeelh2raykcej76pm

Book Reviews : Åke Sandberg (ed.): Enriching Production. Perspectives on Volvo's Uddevalla Plant as an Alternative to Lean Production. Aldershot: Averbury, 1995

Lars Normann Mikkelsen
1996 Acta Sociologica  
References The chapters in this book are referred to in the text above with the authors name only (without year of publishing). They are not listed below.  ...  Berggren, Christian (1993a Acknowledgements The material on Saturn presented in this paper is based on research conducted jointly by  ...  This type of production facility can act as a laboratory for new ideas suggested by end users.  ... 
doi:10.1177/000169939603900214 fatcat:qfhutragivev3jjyjutia6uiue

Software Architecture Knowledge Management

Hans van Vliet
2008 Australian Software Engineering Conference : Proceedings  
However, in the end these activities are in service to the key responsibility for architects: to take the most appropriate design decisions that optimally balance all the technical and non-technical as  ...  the software industry, both in the embedded and IT sides.  ...  Acknowledgements We are most thankful to the many authors we invited to contribute a chapter within the scope and contents prescribed by us.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aswec.2008.4483186 fatcat:xwdaitrejvb2fkyx3ymeg6tq6i

Unbecoming place: urban imaginaries in transition in Detroit

Emma Fraser
2017 Cultural Geographies  
This dissertation explores the maker economy and culture in Detroit, MI and Portland, OR and queries the "Made in Place" branding strategy that relies so heavily on a shared imagination of cities, identities  ...  I conclude that the various imaginaries so critical to "Made in Place" branding suggest not just economic rationality, but also a desire for stability in a turbulent world.  ...  and the end user of those objects.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1474474017748508 fatcat:rkq54tei45en5jkp5yek4s73zq

The future of ideas: the fate of the commons in a connected world

2002 ChoiceReviews  
All it was assured was that people would have to pay for the coffee they sold; the idea of a high-quality coffee shop was free for others to take.  ...  Starbucks didn’t get a government monopoly before it risked a great deal of capital to open coffee shops around the world.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.40-0535 fatcat:i4vkkzqlfra6nm5iuqeaq35sry

That's not How It Should End: The Effect of Reader/Player Response on the Development of Narrative [chapter]

Lynda Clark
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Using a modular structure and quality-based salience (text dependent on previous user choices) this multi-branching, multiple-ended text attempts to craft a story in response to its reader, while never  ...  When the final instalment of the videogame series Mass Effect was released in March 2012, many fans used online forums to express displeasure at the game's ending.  ...  Alix raced into the coffee shop, weaving through the closely grouped tables. She'd ended up so caught up in her new project again, she'd lost track of time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71027-3_42 fatcat:tmfomiutanh5lhjufvkpp537am

Center for nonverbal studies

2003 ChoiceReviews  
Every effort has been made to cite their work in the text. Definitions, meanings, and interpretations left uncredited are those of the author.  ...  Gestures and consumer products with (1 of 2) [27/04/02 05:54:42] The current trademark registrations are identified with the ® symbol.  ...  Soukanov, in the Atlantic Monthly in 1993.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.40sup-0079 fatcat:zi5s5wxf2nhene2zyhbbhfsulu

Download Complete Issue: CP53 (13MB)

Complete Issue
2006 Cartographic Perspectives  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS My thanks and acknowledgements are extended to Denis Wood and reviewers of this paper for their critical comments, and to David Perdue for preparing the illustrations.  ...  The spaces where "the public" congregates are often privately owned and maintained, for example malls, coffee shops, and bookstores.  ...  As a collaboration between Coastal Enterprises Inc.  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp53.352 fatcat:dxxu4z2qrreu5kn2ilmawfm7je

The Dialogic Classroom: Teachers Integrating Computer Technology, Pedagogy, and Research

Jeffrey R. Galin, Joan Latchaw
1999 College composition and communication  
The advent of hypertext has radically changed curricula, modes of learning, and teacher and student behaviors in many notable cases.  ...  Adobe Photo Shop for graphics development.  ... 
doi:10.2307/359048 fatcat:6vapcmkhw5ga3lsi53ymisgzti