Usability practitioners are not only responsible for identifying usability problems with a product, but also for communicating those problems to the product team.
With present and future wireless technologies, such as IEEE 802.
Through the years, the Web browser has steadily matured as a rich application-development platform.
This paper describes a range of experiments using empirical methods to adapt the WordNet noun ontology for specific use in the biomedical domain.
We present an inexpensive, interactive ubiquitous computing system that supports information presentation on demand using a novel “card reading” interaction style.
Although an essential part of customer-centered design is the customers themselves, in some circumstances, talking with them is not always an option.
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Shared mutable information objects called u-forms provide an attractive foundation on which to build collaborative systems.
We describe a range of designs for supporting rich search queries in a peer-to-peer network.
This paper describes a peer-to-peer architecture for representing and disseminating linguistic corpora, linguistic annotation, and resources such as lexical databases and gazetteers.