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October 2017 IHC 2017: Proceedings of the XVI Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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How to develop creative digital products which really meet the prosumer's needs while promoting a positive user experience? That question has guided this work looking for answers through different disciplinary fields. Born on 2002 as an Engineering PhD dissertation, since 2003 the method has been improved by teaching it to ...
Keywords: Design thinking, Human-centered design, Interaction design, Methods, Theory
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October 2017 WebMedia '17: Proceedings of the 23rd Brazillian Symposium on Multimedia and the Web
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One of the main research opportunities regarding the use of contextual information is the context and relational databases integration. This integration allows the better contextualized retrieval of data. This paper presents a set of rules, which used with an ontological model, allows the integration of context and domain data. This ...
Keywords: data query, ontology, ubiquitous computing, context-awareness
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October 2018 IHC 2018: Proceedings of the 17th Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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In Mobile Crowdsourcing, tasks are distributed to workers according to sensor data, aiming to solve problems using collective intelligence. However, some tasks are not completed mainly because task subjects are not compatible to user capabilities. This article presents a context-aware approach to improve the task distribution in crowdsourcing systems. In ...
Keywords: Context Awareness, Crowdsourcing, Task Distribution
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October 2008 WebMedia '08: Companion Proceedings of the XIV Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the Web
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The ability to recognize distinct word sequences which refer to the same meaning is of extreme relevance for many applications in NLP, such as automatic summarization, question answering, generation, etc. In this paper we describe our first attempt at aligning common information between portuguese similar sentences. We propose a method ...
Keywords: paraphrase rules, common information alignment, comparable sentences
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5 published by ACM
October 2009 WebMedia '09: Proceedings of the XV Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the Web
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Digital TV provides greater interaction between content/service and the viewer. Besides interacting with resident applications, the possibility of access services external to the set-top box expands the range for interactive applications. This paper explores the Watch-and-Comment (WaC) paradigm and proposes its specialization for the collective discrimination of moments and segments ...
Keywords: LAN, digital TV, interactive video, interactive multimedia
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October 2012 WebMedia '12: Proceedings of the 18th Brazilian symposium on Multimedia and the web
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Given the importance of new media on traditional forms of civic mobilization, it is opportune to investigate how online civic mobilization can be described in terms of the actions performed by users. In earlier work we proposed the application of established data mining procedures to evaluate rules associated with social ...
Keywords: behavioral contingencies, if-then rules, social networks, civic mobilization, facebook, sequential patterns
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October 2008 WebMedia '08: Companion Proceedings of the XIV Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the Web
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Given that large amounts of data exist in e-learning environments, our research studied alternatives to view data by association with other data in a different form. The objective is to propose a tool to visualize information in the project TIDIA-Ae, a project sponsored by FAPESP to research and develop collaboration ...
Keywords: TIDIA-Ae, information visualization, e-learning, web, InfoVis
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October 2008 WebMedia '08: Companion Proceedings of the XIV Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the Web
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This article presents the re-implementation of the Tidia-Ae Chat tool. Chat tools are important in e-learning environments because they can bring together teachers and students, allowing remote communication and information exchange through the Web. The Chat tool re-implementation uses new technologies, like Ajax and Spring. Ajax allows using more rich ...
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October 2009 WebMedia '09: Proceedings of the XV Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the Web
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This paper describes an approach to provide access to educational content through interactive Digital TV (iDTV) enabled by XML technologies and design patterns. The project is based on Brazilian standards for iDTV anad provides functionalities for presenting learning objects on TV, embedded in scenarios of distance education.
Keywords: educação a distância, TV digital interativa, aprendizado eletrônico
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10 published by ACM
November 2013 WebMedia '13: Proceedings of the 19th Brazilian symposium on Multimedia and the web
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Many links between Web pages can be viewed as indicative of the quality and importance of the pages they pointed to. Accordingly, several studies have proposed metrics based on links to infer web page content quality. However, as far as we know, the only work that has examined the correlation ...
Keywords: information retrieval, link analysis, quality of content, wikipedia
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11 published by ACM
October 2015 WebMedia '15: Proceedings of the 21st Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the Web
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Annotations enable us to highlight key points or add information to content presented, for instance, on paper or digital media. Even though smartphones and tablets facilitate video capturing, currently only few applications allow limited video annotations using the mobile device itself. Given that video annotations can assist many tasks that ...
Keywords: rehabilitation, design, mirror therapy, usability, mobile capture
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October 2012 WebMedia '12: Proceedings of the 18th Brazilian symposium on Multimedia and the web
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The growing ease of capturing and playing back videos using mobile devices demands the investigation of alternatives for improving the user experience, for instance by taking advantage of the expanding culture of end-user content generation. Advances in terms of end-user media capture and media combination aim at enriching and facilitating ...
Keywords: mobile devices, navigation, annotation
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November 2012 IHC '12: Proceedings of the 11th Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Publisher: Brazilian Computer Society
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Accessibility in Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) is still far from reality for most of the Web applications currently available. Some factors that influence this scenario are the novelty of research and products for developing RIAs, and the challenging activity of identifying and involving representatives of RIAs target people. Aiming at ...
Keywords: people, RIA, accessibility, web 2.0, systematic literature review
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November 2006 IHC '06: Proceedings of VII Brazilian symposium on Human factors in computing systems
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The literature reports many efforts with respect to facilitate building applications using non-traditional input devices --- for instance to support those designers who do not master the low level programming demanded for building sensor-based applications. We present an architectural approach to support the flexible customization of sensor-based input devices so ...
Keywords: architecture, input devices, input transformation, input adaptation
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November 2006 WebMedia '06: Proceedings of the 12th Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the web
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When used to support users with motor impairment, sensor-based interaction devices rely heavily on exploiting the available user movements to work properly. This implies that the design of sensor-based interaction devices depend on proper attending requirements associated with many possible disabilities. As a result, it may be necessary, for a ...
Keywords: input adaptation, input devices, input transformation
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October 2010 IHC '10: Proceedings of the IX Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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Accessibility evaluation processes currently face important issues. One is the difficulty to understand the issues pointed out in accessibility guidelines and the procedure to correct them. Other regards the coverage of the accessibility guidelines in relation to the whole technical and social aspects, and contexts of use. Those deficiencies contribute ...
Keywords: web accessibility guidelines, evaluation, universal design
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October 2013 IHC '13: Proceedings of the 12th Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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In studies of computer-supported cooperative work, researchers naturally focus on the tasks that people complete together, so as to create innovative tool designs for task-based collaboration. For instance, emergency response planners may be offered a map-based visual display to coordinate crisis information and resources; a medical team may collaborate through ...
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October 2012 WebMedia '12: Proceedings of the 18th Brazilian symposium on Multimedia and the web
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The recording of multimedia sessions of small group activities, such as meetings, lectures and webconferences, is becoming increasingly popular following the improvements in recording technologies, the popularity of web-based media repositories, and the opportunity of reviewing or sharing the activity in a later moment. When reviewing a (potentially long) multimedia ...
Keywords: document engineering, multimedia browsing, capture and access, multimedia events
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November 2013 WebMedia '13: Proceedings of the 19th Brazilian symposium on Multimedia and the web
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Wikipedia, a web-based collaboratively maintained free encyclopedia, is emerging as one of the most important websites on the internet. However, its openness raises many concerns about the quality of the articles and how to assess it automatically. In the Portuguese-speaking Wikipedia, articles can be rated by bots and by the ...
Keywords: correlations, content quality, extra-textual data, wikipedia
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20 published by ACM
November 2006 WebMedia '06: Proceedings of the 12th Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and the web
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Web service technology provides an infrastructure for developing distributed systems and performing electronic business operations within and across organizational boundaries. It is still evolving. Currently, it is lacking mechanisms to deal with Quality of Service (QoS). Service consumer requirements may include functional and non-functional aspects. The Web Services Description Language ...
Keywords: ARL, OWL, UDDI, WS-policy, ontology, policy, quality of service, rule, web service, web service discovery, web service specification
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