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A context-aware experience sampling tool

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A context-aware experience sampling tool
A new software tool for user-interface development and assessment of ubiquitous computing applications is available for CHI researchers. The software permits researchers to use common PDA mobile computing devices for experience sampling studies. The basic tool offers options not currently available in any other open-source sampling package. However, the tool also has one a completely new type of functionality: context-aware experience sampling. This feature permits researchers to acquire feedback from users only in particular situations that are detected by sensors connected to a mobile computing device. Keywords Context-aware, experience sampling, reflection, eliciting preferences, PDA, ubiquitous and mobile computing. THE PROBLEM User needs are typically elicited via personal or focus group interviews, site visits, and photographic and video analysis. Often, however, users know more than they say in a single or even several interviews [1]. As user interface design moves off the desk...
Stephen S. Intille, John Rondoni, Chuck Kukla, Isa
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CHI
Authors Stephen S. Intille, John Rondoni, Chuck Kukla, Isabel Ancona, Ling Bao
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