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By Valdecir Becker, Marcelo Knörich Zuffo (auth.), Constantine Stephanidis (eds.)

This two-volume set CCIS 173 and CCIS 174 constitutes the prolonged abstracts of the posters provided through the 14th overseas convention on Human-Computer interplay, HCII 2011, held in Orlando, FL, united states in July 2011, together with 12 different thematically comparable meetings. a complete of 4039 contributions was once submitted to HCII 2011, of which 232 poster papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for presentation as prolonged abstracts within the volumes.

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In the system developed here, the receiver connects to a database, informing the current channel and the number of people watching television. This article describes the evolution of the system, incorporating behavior and television use profiles in addition to the information related to user's location. For this purpose, the users at the measurement point are registered (Fig. 1). The definition about which households and user should be in the sample is obtained statistically, as typical audience measurement panels.

Arpit Agarwal, Rahul Banerjee, Varun Pandey, and Riya Charaya 255 Modeling Users in Web Transactional Tasks with Behavioral and Visual Exploration Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Areej Al-Wabil and Mashael Al-Saleh 260 Table of Contents – Part I Evaluating Information Visualizations with Working Memory Metrics . . Alisa Bandlow, Laura E. Matzen, Kerstan S. Cole, Courtney C. Dornburg, Charles J. Geiseler, John A.

4. Measuring ECGs with the digital garment 4 Conclusion This paper gave a brief introduction to the digital garment, and presented the two cases in terms of its usage. The purpose for testing it in the cases was not to gain nor evaluate usability, but to ascertain the potential of new interactive clothes. Whereas technological advancement is requested, we believe that the digital garment will become a wearable computer in practice in a near future. Acknowledgments. This work is funded by the Korean Ministry of Knowledge Economy (#10033321).

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