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UIST '04 - Proceedings of the 17th annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology

2004 Proceedings cover
2004 Adjunct cover
Santa Fe, NM, USA (2004)
General Chair: Steven K. Feiner
Program Chair: James A. Landay
http://www.acm.org/uist/uist2004/
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Papers:

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Bridging the gap from theory to practice: the path toward innovation in human-computer interaction (p. 1-1)

Session: Pens & sketching

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CrossY: a crossing-based drawing application (p. 3-12)

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Hierarchical parsing and recognition of hand-sketched diagrams (p. 13-22)

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SketchREAD: a multi-domain sketch recognition engine (p. 23-32)

Session: Gestures

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Simple vs. compound mark hierarchical marking menus (p. 33-42)

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SHARK2: a large vocabulary shorthand writing system for pen-based computers (p. 43-52)

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The radial scroll tool: scrolling support for stylus- or touch-based document navigation (p. 53-56)

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Navigating documents with the virtual scroll ring (p. 57-60)

Session: Manipulating space

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Multi-finger gestural interaction with 3d volumetric displays (p. 61-70)

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Achieving higher magnification in context (p. 71-80)

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Tangible NURBS-curve manipulation techniques using graspable handles on a large display (p. 81-90)

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Collapse-to-zoom: viewing web pages on small screen devices by interactively removing irrelevant content (p. 91-94)

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The IBar: a perspective-based camera widget (p. 95-98)

Session: Interactive surfaces

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Video-based document tracking: unifying your physical and electronic desktops (p. 99-107)

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Who cares?: reflecting who is reading what on distributed community bulletin boards (p. 109-118)

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Visual tracking of bare fingers for interactive surfaces (p. 119-122)

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Automatic projector calibration with embedded light sensors (p. 123-126)

Session: Large public displays

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A remote control interface for large displays (p. 127-136)

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Interactive public ambient displays: transitioning from implicit to explicit, public to personal, interaction with multiple users (p. 137-146)

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C-blink: a hue-difference-based light signal marker for large screen interaction via any mobile terminal (p. 147-156)

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A gesture-based authentication scheme for untrusted public terminals (p. 157-160)

Session: Invited surveys

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Physical user interfaces: what they are and how to build them (p. 161-161)

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Olfactory display (p. 163-163)

Session: Document interaction

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ScreenCrayons: annotating anything (p. 165-174)

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Clip, connect, clone: combining application elements to build custom interfaces for information access (p. 175-184)

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Citrine: providing intelligent copy-and-paste (p. 185-188)

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Interacting with hidden content using content-aware free-space transparency (p. 189-192)

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Combining crossing-based and paper-based interaction paradigms for dragging and dropping between overlapping windows (p. 193-196)

Session: Tools

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DART: a toolkit for rapid design exploration of augmented reality experiences (p. 197-206)

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An explanation-based, visual debugger for one-way constraints (p. 207-216)

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Topiary: a tool for prototyping location-enhanced applications (p. 217-226)

Session: Speech in, X out

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An optimization-based approach to dynamic data content selection in intelligent multimedia interfaces (p. 227-236)

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Augmenting conversations using dual-purpose speech (p. 237-246)

Session: Toolkits

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A toolkit for managing user attention in peripheral displays (p. 247-256)

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The MaggLite post-WIMP toolkit: draw it, connect it and run it (p. 257-266)

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Revisiting visual interface programming: creating GUI tools for designers and programmers (p. 267-276)

Session: Wacky hardware

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"Killer App" of wearable computing: wireless force sensing body protectors for martial arts (p. 277-285)

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Using light emitting diode arrays as touch-sensitive input and output devices (p. 287-290)

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Haptic pen: a tactile feedback stylus for touch screens (p. 291-294)