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    • An Exploration of Multi-touch Interaction Techniques 

      Damaraju Sriranga, Sashikanth Raju (2013-08-16)
      Research in multi-touch interaction has typically been focused on direct spatial manipulation; techniques have been created to result in the most intuitive mapping between the movement of the hand and the resultant change ...
    • Don’t Lie To Me: Integrating Client-Side Web Scraping And Review Behavior Analysis To Detect Fake Reviews 

      Levinson, Benjamin Joseph
      User reviews are a widespread across the Internet as an indicator of the quality of a product. However, review systems can be vulnerable to attack. Malicious parties can manipulate the ratings of items by soliciting fake ...
    • Effect of Narrative Structures on Sensemaking 

      Bhangaonkar, Sourabh Suhas (2015-12-14)
      Making sense of a given situation involves an active processing of information to achieve understanding. Such situations involve a common activity of analyzing a body of the given or derived data. Prior literature shows ...
    • Facilitating Reading through a Theme-Driven Approach 

      Deng, Jie (2010-01-15)
      Readers often encounter the need to explore a document only for a specific point of interest. We call the phenomena of approaching a narrative not for its entirety, but for a thread of a particular topic, thematic reading. ...
    • VAST: A Human-Centered, Domain-Independent Video Analysis Support Tool 

      Nordt, Marlo Faye (2011-08-08)
      Providing computer-aided support for human analysis of videos has been a battle of extremes. Powerful solutions exist, but they tend to be domain-specific and complex. The user-friendly, simple systems provide little ...