Ray Wang

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  • Beth Schroeder, Greg Eisenhauer, Karsten Schwan, Fred Alyea, Jeremy Heiner, Vernard Martin +5 others
  • 1997
Diicult computations can be made more eeective and eecient if users can easily contribute to the problems these computations address. This article's purpose is an introduction to the potential increases in functionality and performance gained by the online interaction of end users with high performance computational instruments on single and on networked(More)
In recent years, extensive research in the HCI literature has explored interactive techniques for digital fabrication. However, little attention in this body of work has examined how to involve and guide human workers in fabricating larger-scale structures. We propose a novel model of <i>crowdsourced fabrication</i>, in which a large number of workers and(More)
This study proposes a holistic approach for determining critical attributes in e-learning measurements. There is an abundance of literature pertaining to the e-learning framework, but there is a shortage of literature on how to properly implement the framework in uncertainty with variance and interactive relationships. This paper also considers the nature(More)
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