David Caspar

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J. S. Berg, A. Blondel, A. Bogacz, S. Brooks, J.-E. Campagne, D. Caspar, C. Cevata, P. Chimenti, J. Cobb, M. Dracos, R. Edgecock, I. Efthymiopoulos, A. Fabich, R. Fernow, F. Filthaut, J. Gallardo, R. Garoby, S. Geer, F. Gerigk, G. Hanson, R. Johnson, C. Johnstone, D. Kaplan, E. Keil, H. Kirk, A. Klier, A. Kurup, J. Lettry, K. Long, S. Machida, K. McDonald,(More)
Rigorously evaluating and comparing traceability link generation techniques is a challenging task. In fact, traceability is still expensive to implement and it is therefore difficult to find a complete case study that includes both a rich set of artifacts and traceability links among them. Consequently, researchers usually have to create their own case(More)
Querying geographical data on map applications running on touch devices is mainly performed by typing queries using virtual keyboards. Some of those devices are additionally equipped with styli to facilitate freehand sketching and an-notating. As shown by prior work, such hand-drawn sketches can also be used for intuitive and effective spatial querying of(More)
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