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Value Sensitive Design and Information Systems
Value Sensitive Design is a theoretically grounded approach to the design of technology that accounts for human values in a principled and comprehensive manner throughout the design process. ItExpand
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Value Sensitive Design: Theory and Methods
Value Sensitive Design is a theoretically grounded approach to the design of technology that accounts for human values in a principled and comprehensive manner throughout the design process. ItExpand
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Microsimulation of Urban Development and Location Choices: Design and Implementation of UrbanSim
UrbanSim is a new urban simulation model, developed over the past several years, which is now operational in three urban areas in the United States. The model system is designed to address emergingExpand
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Next steps for value sensitive design
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We argue that Value Sensitive Design overclaims in a number of key respects, with the result of inhibiting its more widespread adoption and appropriation. Expand
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Hierarchical Constraint Logic Programming
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A constraint describes a relation to be maintained; it states what the relationship is as opposed to how to maintain it. Expand
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The Cassowary linear arithmetic constraint solving algorithm
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We describe Cassowary---an incremental algorithm based on the dual simplex method, which can solve simultaneous linear equations and inequalities efficiently. Expand
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An incremental constraint solver
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An incremental constraint solver, the DeltaBlue algorithm maintains an evolving solution to the constraint hierarchy as constraints are added and removed, exploiting its knowledge of the last solution. Expand
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Supporting reflective public thought with considerit
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We present a novel platform for supporting public deliberation on difficult decisions. Expand
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Constraint Hierarchies and Logic Programming
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We describe a scheme for extending CLP(D) to include both required and preferential constraints, with an arbitrary number of strengths of preference. Expand
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Where Is My Bus? Impact of mobile real-time information on the perceived and actual wait time of transit riders
In order to attract more choice riders, transit service must not only have a high level of service in terms of frequency and travel time but also must be reliable. One inexpensive way to combat theExpand
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