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Seeing ourselves through technology – How we use selfies, blogs, and wearable devices to see and shape ourselves by Jill Walker Rettberg

Richard Chalfen
2015 Visual Studies  
to do given the affordances and constraints of our technology.  ...  It not only tracks what you do, but also tries to predict what you'll want to do.  ...  Katherine, 56, 57 Heyday, 58 Hsieh, Tehching, 95 Instagram, 21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 46, 52, 54 insurance companies and data collection, 83, 86 iPhone, 27, 46, 72, 78  ... 
doi:10.1080/1472586x.2015.1115683 fatcat:ksg3e6v3qrce3gdn76bzpjjuqy

Supporting job mediator and job seeker through an actionable dashboard

Sven Charleer, Francisco Gutiérrez, Katrien Verbert
2019 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces - IUI '19  
This paper explores how an interactive dashboard visualising prediction and recommendation output can help support the dialogue between job mediator and job seeker, by increasing the "explainability" and  ...  Consultation or mediation sessions, supported by personal profile data of the job seeker, help job mediators understand personal situation and requests.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank all mediators of the Flemish PES (VDAB) for their participation and valuable input.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3301275.3302312 dblp:conf/iui/CharleerGV19 fatcat:neawd66pv5cizmy3wptfgydoze

CP 2021 Tutorial: Visualization for Constraint Programming

Helmut Simonis, Guido Tack
2021 Zenodo  
Many different tools and methods have been developed in the past to understand constraint propagation, the shape of the search tree, or properties of solutions.  ...  Visualization is probably the most powerful tool to help develop, test and improve Constraint Programming solutions.  ...  of the search space • The user is wrong Show Flexibility in Solution • Instead of showing single solution, show what is possible • Compare two solutions on one visualization • In a given solution, some  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5589114 fatcat:ijbuggzxwbd7lpap3mujw3e374

Use Case Analysis and Requirements

Lina Bruns, Benjamin Dittwald, Ivan Minutillo, Pablo Muñoz Unceta
2020 Zenodo  
This document describes the effort undertaken within the context of Task 2.1 Use Case Analysis and Requirements and points out in detail the methodology used to create the use cases and to collect the  ...  monitoring and optimization of urban metabolic processes.  ...  Published visualisations can be aggregated into a dashboard. Passive users (users that do not create visualisations) can search for data they are interested and look at visualisations.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3872714 fatcat:zx2ypz6yfracta75yoknsuvdf4

Supporting decision making process with "ideal" software agents – What do business executives want?

Yanqing Duan, Vincent Koon Ong, Mark Xu, Brian Mathews
2012 Expert systems with applications  
With the escalation of information resources available to business executives, it is becoming imperative to explore the potential and challenges of using agent-based systems to support the intelligence  ...  According to H. Simon"s (1977) decision making theory, intelligence is the first and most important phase in the decision making process.  ...  And after a time, I might go back let"s say two hours later and see what it discovers." (Larry). Executives often have time constraints due to the nature and the significance of their roles.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2011.11.065 fatcat:m3gmvcor5vhfzdxyodjwe6ny4y

A Scrutable Adaptive Hypertext [chapter]

Marek Czarkowski, Judy Kay
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
and is able to see just how their user model affected what they saw in the hypertext document.  ...  This thesis is the next step, giving users the ability to see what has been personalised and why.  ...  The first column shows the system internal name of the user model attribute, e.g. Goal, and the text displayed to the user on the profile page What task do you want to practice in this tutorial?  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47952-x_43 fatcat:r2y7rjhvzfdn5gtaq74fqfhhga

Automating Data Science (Dagstuhl Seminar 18401)

Tijl De Bie, Luc De Raedt, Holger H. Hoos, Padhraic Smyth, Michael Wagner
2019 Dagstuhl Reports  
Third, there is an interest in automating not only the model building process itself (cf. the Automated Statistician) but also in automating the preprocessing steps (data wrangling).  ...  Second, the field of machine learning has a long-standing interest in applying machine learning at the meta-level, in order to obtain better machine learning algorithms, yielding recent successes in automated  ...  In particular we covered: How to instruct the system on what we want to do with data?  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.8.9.154 dblp:journals/dagstuhl-reports/BieRHS18 fatcat:gimtfddy6fgpve3wtnu2qlulrq

Cognitive Analysis in Sports: Supporting Match Analysis and Scouting through Artificial Intelligence

Joe Pavitt, Dave Braines, Richard Tomsett
2021 Applied AI Letters  
In particular, we focus on the use of Natural Language Processing and Conversational Interfaces to provide users with an intuitive and time-saving toolkit to explore their datasets and the conclusions  ...  Challenges currently exist due to time constraints to analyse the data, as well as the quantity and variety of data available to assess.  ...  In the case of query (i), the user wants to see a playlist of videos, which we aptly categorise as a "show_plays" intent.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ail2.21 fatcat:njvfd64divcc5lkl6hk3iyirdi

A framework for information visualisation

Jessie B. Kennedy, Kenneth J. Mitchell, Peter J. Barclay
1996 SIGMOD record  
The framework is specified using a declarative object oriented language; the resulting object model may be mapped to a variety of graphical user interface development platforms.  ...  In this paper we examine the issues involved in developing information visualisation systems and present a framework for their construction.  ...  All of the above components play a rôle in determining the style and the complexity of the visualisation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/245882.245895 fatcat:24hupxmoo5gutmyyyi7ud6goiq

Game-based e-retailing in GOLEM agent environments

Stefano Bromuri, Visara Urovi, Kostas Stathis
2009 Pervasive and Mobile Computing  
We also describe the features of GOLEM that allow a user to engage in e-retailing activities in order to explore the virtual social environment by searching and dynamically discovering new agents, products  ...  The prototype demonstrates how the use of agent environments can be amongst the most promising and flexible approaches to engineer e-retailing applications.  ...  Acknowledgments The work reported in this paper has been funded by the London Development Agency and the EU IST-6 ArguGRID project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pmcj.2009.05.003 fatcat:ae2c2eiekfc5jnactkldjepc3i

Ontology-based end-user visual query formulation: Why, what, who, how, and which?

Ahmet Soylu, Martin Giese, Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz, Evgeny Kharlamov, Dmitriy Zheleznyakov, Ian Horrocks
2016 Universal Access in the Information Society  
An ontology is more promising than the logical schema of the underlying data for guiding users in formulating queries, since it provides a richer vocabulary closer to the users' understanding.  ...  In this respect, visual methods for query formulation undertake the challenge of making querying independent of users' technical skills and the knowledge of the underlying textual query language and the  ...  describe what already exists, while models are prescriptive, that is they prescribe systems, which do not exist, and pertain to implementation of them (cf  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10209-016-0465-0 fatcat:ejbb5nrzgfegzjgub2cv3dsryy

The ethics of Google Earth: Crossing thresholds from spatial data to landscape visualisation

Stephen R.J. Sheppard, Petr Cizek
2009 Journal of Environmental Management  
Scientists and environmental professionals, many of whom are new to 3D modeling and visual communications, are beginning routinely to use such techniques in their work.  ...  Existing frameworks and principles for the appropriate use of environmental visualisation methods are applied to the special case of widely accessible, realistic 3D and 4D visualisation systems such as  ...  Acknowledgments The authors appreciate the support of Rebecca Moore and the Google Corporation in providing information and donating software licenses to Petr Cizek for Google Earth Professional and Google  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2007.09.012 pmid:18599184 fatcat:aclay2ghhnh3lf4fzzwtxjbtnq

The GISMOE challenge: constructing the pareto program surface using genetic programming to find better programs (keynote paper)

Mark Harman, William B. Langdon, Yue Jia, David R. White, Andrea Arcuri, John A. Clark
2012 Proceedings of the 27th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering - ASE 2012  
Rather than having to focus on the details required to manage complex, inter-related and conflicting, non-functional trade offs, the designer is thus freed to explore, to understand, to control and to  ...  , but each of which differ in their non-functional trade offs.  ...  Acknowledgements: Thanks to the many people whose ideas and conversations have influenced and inspired the GISMOE vision set out in this paper, including Enrique Alba, Peter  ... 
doi:10.1145/2351676.2351678 dblp:conf/kbse/HarmanLJWAC12 fatcat:gvdnovqkhvcfllmimrgkkuvoh4

Separating Concerns in Feature Models: Retrospective and Support for Multi-Views [chapter]

Arnaud Hubaux, Mathieu Acher, Thein Than Tun, Patrick Heymans, Philippe Collet, Philippe Lahire
2013 Domain Engineering  
Feature models (FMs) are a popular formalism to describe the commonality and variability of a set of assets in a software product line (SPL).  ...  The size and complexity of these models is partly explained by the large number of concerns considered by SPL practitioners when managing and configuring FMs.  ...  Its role is (1) to maintain a mutual exclusion on the configuration engine so that only one user can commit a decision at a time, and (2) to notify all users about a decision and about the results of the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-36654-3_1 fatcat:7fx4r4mt45eefnvooopfuionpu

NeoGeography and Web 2.0: concepts, tools and applications

Andrew Hudson-Smith, Andrew Crooks, Maurizio Gibin, Richard Milton, Michael Batty
2009 Journal of Location Based Services  
In this article, we explore the concepts and applications of Web 2.0 through the new media of NeoGeography and its impact on how we collect, interact and search for spatial information.  ...  Finally, we present how Second Life has the potential to combine all aspects of Web 2.0, visualisation and NeoGeography in a single multi-user three-dimensional collaborative environment.  ...  Richard Milton is the creator of GMapCreator, Image Cutter, PhotoOverlay Creator, MapTube and Google EarthCreator; Maurizio Gibin is the creator and designer of the London Profiler.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17489720902950366 fatcat:rl6yuam5jbbtlpwtm4ovmwwvpq
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