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2008
IEEE
12 years 6 months ago
A study on user acceptance of error visualization techniques
Location-based services in general require information about the position of certain objects. For instance, for a navigation service the position of the user needs to be known. Th...
Hendrik Lemelson, Thomas King, Wolfgang Effelsberg
HCI
2007
12 years 1 months ago
An Empirical Study on Users' Acceptance of Speech Recognition Errors in Text-Messaging
Although speech recognition technology and voice synthesis systems have become readily available, recognition accuracy remain a serious problem in the design and implementation of ...
Shuang Xu, Santosh Basapur, Mark Ahlenius, Deborah...
SSIRI
2010
12 years 3 months ago
An Industrial Case Study on Speeding Up User Acceptance Testing by Mining Execution Logs
—Software reliability is defined as the probability of failure-free operation for a period of time, under certain conditions. To determine whether the reliability of an applicat...
Zhen Ming Jiang, Alberto Avritzer, Emad Shihab, Ah...
VIS
2009
IEEE
154views Visualization» more  VIS 2009»
13 years 25 days ago
A User Study to Compare Four Uncertainty Visualization Methods for 1D and 2D Datasets
Many techniques have been proposed to show uncertainty in data visualizations. However, very little is known about their effectiveness in conveying meaningful information. In this ...
Jibonananda Sanyal, Song Zhang, Gargi Bhattachar...
WWW
2003
ACM
13 years 9 days ago
Comparing link marker visualization techniques: changes in reading behavior
Links are one of the most important means for navigation in the World Wide Web. However, the visualization of and the interaction with Web links have been scarcely explored, altho...
Hartmut Obendorf, Harald Weinreich
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