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How Well Do Computational Features Perceptually Rank Textures? A Comparative Evaluation
Inspired by studies [4, 23, 40] which compared rankings obtained by search engines and human observers, in this paper we compare texture rankings derived by 51 sets of computational features againstExpand
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Hot topics in CHI: trend maps for visualising research
The aim of this paper is to introduce a novel method of identifying and visualising research trends in an automated, unbiased way. The output of this we call a 'Trend Map', and in this paper we useExpand
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Research strategy generation: avoiding academic 'animal farm'
In his famous novel, Animal Farm, Orwell coined the phrase 'All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others' [4]. This satirical observation aptly describes many common problemsExpand
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Is British HCI Important? A Topic-based Comparison with CHI
We have applied topic modelling to the full-text British HCI and CHI corpora in order to automatically derive one hundred topics and their trends. We use these to compare the distributions of topicsExpand
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A Comparison of CrowdSourcing vs . Traditional Techniques for Deriving Consumer Terms
In this paper, we present a comparison between controlled laboratory experiments and crowd-sourcing techniques for gathering consumer terms. We discuss the difference between the data gathered fromExpand
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Improving User Confidence in Concept Maps: Exploring Data Driven Explanations
Automated tools are increasingly being used to generate highly engaging concept maps as an aid to strategic planning and other decision-making tasks. Unless stakeholders can understand the principlesExpand
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Problems of Perceiving Gloss on Complex Surfaces
Over the past 20 years, there have been many studies looking at how highlight disparity affects an observer's perception of glossiness. Most of these studies have used relatively smooth surfaces, andExpand
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Understanding Concept Maps: A Closer Look at How People Organise Ideas
Research into creating visualisations that organise ideas into concise concept maps often focuses on implicit mathematical and statistical theories which are built around algorithmic efficacy orExpand
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A Picture Paints a Thousand Words but Can it Paint Just One?
Imagery and language are often seen as serving different aspects of cognition, with cognitive styles theories proposing that people can be visual or verbal thinkers. Most feedback systems, however,Expand
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Image-based Emotion Feedback: How Does the Crowd Feel? And Why?
In previous work we developed a method for interior designers to receive image-based feedback about a crowd's emotions when viewing their designs. Although the designers clearly desired a serviceExpand
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