Tim J. Rowley

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Recent approaches to providing users with a more natural method of interacting with computer applications have shown that more than one mode of input can be both beneficial and intuitive as a communication medium between humans and computers. Two modalities in particular, whole-hand and speech input, represent a natural form of communication that has been(More)
Social networks have been the subject of both empirical and theoretical study in the social sciences for over fifty years, partly because of inherent interest in patterns of human interaction, but also because their structure has important implications for the spread of information, ideas and disease, as well as social influence and inequality (Smelser &(More)
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