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BMCBI
2010
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13 years 7 months ago
A statistical approach to finding overlooked genetic associations
Background: Complexity and noise in expression quantitative trait loci (eQTL) studies make it difficult to distinguish potential regulatory relationships among the many interactio...
Andrew K. Rider, Geoffrey Siwo, Nitesh V. Chawla, ...
CHI
2007
ACM
13 years 11 months ago
"Get real!": what's wrong with hci prototyping and how can we fix it?
A prototype of computing technology--as a means to evaluate and communicate a good idea--is often an essential step towards useful, shipping products and towards a deeper understa...
William Jones, Jared M. Spool, Jonathan Grudin, Vi...
IWMM
2007
Springer
122views Hardware» more  IWMM 2007»
14 years 1 months ago
Overlooking roots: a framework for making nondeferred reference-counting garbage collection fast
Numerous optimizations exist for improving the performance of nondeferred reference-counting (RC) garbage collection. Their designs are ad hoc, intended to exploit different count...
Pramod G. Joisha
ACMDIS
2006
ACM
14 years 1 months ago
What do usability evaluators do in practice?: an explorative study of think-aloud testing
Think-aloud testing is a widely employed usability evaluation method, yet its use in practice is rarely studied. We report an explorative study of 14 think-aloud sessions, the aud...
Mie Nørgaard, Kasper Hornbæk
CHI
2010
ACM
14 years 2 months ago
Average task times in usability tests: what to report?
The distribution of task time data in usability studies is positively skewed. Practitioners who are aware of this positive skew tend to report the sample median. Monte Carlo simul...
Jeff Sauro, James R. Lewis