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The selection of a project among a set of possible alternatives is a difficult task decision makers have to face. Difficulties in selecting a project arise because of the different goals involved and because of the large number of attributes to consider. Our approach is based upon a fuzzy extension of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). This paper focuses(More)
It is becoming increasingly more common for people to own botha smartphone and a tablet, providing a design opportunity to leverage the combination of these two formfactors. Our work aims to explore this by: a) defining the design space of distributed input and output solutions that rely on and benefit from phone--tablet collaboration, both physically and(More)
For Emergency Response Management (ERM) personnel the processes of reaching common ground, a common operational picture (COP), and a common understanding of an emergency situation are of key importance. We present a concept and a system, called CERMIT to support co-located and remote actors in organizational ERM training and work practice. CERMIT is based(More)
A common problem in optical motion capture is the so-called missing marker problem. The occlusion of markers can lead to significant loss of tracking accuracy unless continuous data flow is guaranteed by computationally demanding interpolation or extrapolation schemes. Since interpolation algorithms require data sampled before and after an occlusion, they(More)
As an increasing number of users carry smartphones and tablets simultaneously, there is an opportunity to leverage the use of these two form factors in a more complementary way. Our work aims to explore this by a) defining the design space of distributed input and output solutions that rely on and benefit from phone- tablet combinations working together(More)
A common problem in optical motion capture of human-body movement is the so-called missing marker problem. The occlusion of markers can lead to significant problems in tracking accuracy unless a continuous flow of data is guaranteed by interpolation or extrapolation algorithms. Since interpolation algorithms require data sampled before and after an(More)