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  Web portals for high-performance computing: a survey
Calegari P., Levrier M., Balczyski P.  ACM Transactions on the Web 13(1): 1-36, 2019. Type: Article

High-performance computing (HPC) offers researchers the performance they need to solve complex problems. However, as these researchers are specialized in areas not related to HPC, web interfaces facilitate the submission of their jobs to HPC syste...

Sep 24 2021
  EventAction: a visual analytics approach to explainable recommendation for event sequences
Du F., Plaisant C., Spring N., Crowley K., Shneiderman B.  ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems 9(4): 1-31, 2019. Type: Article

If tables of complex data lack sufficient visual analytics illustrations on which recommender system to use, users will go to another website for better illustrations. The more complex the analysis of similar record attributes become, the more dif...

Sep 9 2021
  Predicting user performance and errors: automated usability evaluation through computational introspection of model-based user interfaces
Halbrügge M.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2018. 149 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319603-68-1)

This book focuses on the important and interesting topic of automatic usability evaluation, which has cost-saving potential for designing, deploying, and maintaining applications. This topic, especially automation, is even more relevant in the mul...

Aug 7 2018
  SITAR: GUI test script repair
Gao Z., Chen Z., Zou Y., Memon A.  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 42(2): 170-186, 2016. Type: Article

The testing of a graphical user interface (GUI) often requires extensive human interactions with the system, which is tedious, time consuming, and costly. Even if failures are detected, testers cannot tell whether they are due to human errors or s...

Apr 27 2017
  BRIDGES: a system to enable creation of engaging data structures assignments with real-world data and visualizations
Burlinson D., Mehedint M., Grafer C., Subramanian K., Payton J., Goolkasian P., Youngblood M., Kosara R.  SIGCSE 2016 (Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science Education, Memphis, TN,  Mar 2-5, 2016) 18-23, 2016. Type: Proceedings

Using visualizations to help students learn about data structures and algorithms has long been thought worthwhile. The BRIDGES (short for bridging real-world infrastructure designed to goal-align, engage, and stimulate) software infrastructure bui...

Jul 8 2016
  OMUS: an optimized multimedia service for the home environment
Dooms S., De Pessemier T., Verslype D., Nelis J., De Meulenaere J., Van den Broeck W., Martens L., Develder C.  Multimedia Tools and Applications 72(1): 281-311, 2014. Type: Article

There are multiple multimedia devices and multiple users in a house. This paper presents research in media recommendation (movies, TV shows) for users in a home environment. The purpose is to produce the best recommendation based on the common int...

Jun 29 2015
  GUITAR: an innovative tool for automated testing of GUI-driven software
Nguyen B., Robbins B., Banerjee I., Memon A.  Automated Software Engineering 21(1): 65-105, 2014. Type: Article

This paper presents research about the automated testing of graphical user interfaces (GUIs). Although it is addressed to the designers of such tools, it can be useful to anyone who wishes to understand the nature of GUI testing....

Oct 16 2014
  Icon design for user interface of remote patient monitoring mobile devices
Kascak L., Rébola C., Braunstein R., Sanford J.  SIGDOC 2013 (Proceedings of the 31st ACM International Conference on Design of Communication, Greenville, NC,  Sep 30-Oct 1, 2013) 77-84, 2013. Type: Proceedings

Around the world, there is increasing pressure to provide cost-effective medical healthcare. This pressure, combined with increasingly aged populations in many countries, poses important new challenges. One response involves directing specific att...

Feb 6 2014
  Locating need-to-externalize constant strings for software internationalization with generalized string-taint analysis
Wang X., Zhang L., Xie T., Mei H., Sun J.  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 39(4): 516-536, 2013. Type: Article

The results of research on string internationalization (abbreviated as i18n) in software are presented in this paper. It begins by defining the problem: strings in a graphical user interface (GUI) must be translated into many languages (along with...

Sep 16 2013
  REVEL: tactile feedback technology for augmented reality
Bau O., Poupyrev I.  ACM Transactions on Graphics 31(4): 1-11, 2012. Type: Article

This paper presents a new technology for tactile feedback in augmented reality (AR) applications. It is based on the generation of a reverse electrovibration, which provokes a tactile sensation that is felt by users when they slide their fingers o...

Oct 3 2012
 
 
 
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