Browse by Author "Bailey, Brian P."

  • Bailey, Brian P.; Tettegah, Sharon Y.; Bradley, Terry J. (2005-09)
    K-12 schools need effective methods for delivering technology and character education. In this paper, we describe the iterative design, use, and evaluation of a tool that enables kids to construct animated vignettes ...

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  • Biehl, Jacob T.; Baker, William T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2007-04)
    Existing tools do not adequately support the emerging practice of group-based software development, which is aimed at improving software quality. In this paper, we present a new, fully functional system called ClubDev. Our ...

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  • Iqbal, Shamsi T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2007-09)
    This work reports results from two studies investigating intelligent notification scheduling. The first study tested the performance of composite statistical models for detecting and differentiating three granularities ...

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  • Biehl, Jacob T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2004-09)
    ARIS is an interface that enables users to visually relocate applications and redirect input among myriad devices in an interactive workspace. While we previously claimed that ARIS is more effective than other interfaces ...

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  • Bailey, Brian P.; Adamczyk, Piotr D.; Chang, Tony Y.; Chilson, Neil A. (2005-04)
    Interrupting users engaged in tasks typically has negative effects on their task completion time, error rate, and affective state. Empirical research has shown that these negative effects can be mitigated by deferring ...

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  • Chang, Tony Y.; Chilson, Neil A.; Bailey, Brian P. (2004-09)
    Knowledge about user task execution can help systems better reason about when to interrupt users. To enable recognition and forecasting of task execution, we develop a novel framework for specifying and monitoring user ...

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  • Biehl, Jacob T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2005-11)
    Productive collaboration in a Multiple-Device Environment (MDE) requires an effective interface to efficiently manage applications among devices. Though many interfaces exist, there is little empirical understanding of how ...

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  • Biehl, Jacob T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2004-12)
    To work productively in an interactive workspace, users need effective interfaces to seamlessly share, annotate, and juxtapose digital information across heterogeneous devices. Building on an existing infrastructure for ...

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  • Bailey, Brian P.; Iqbal, Shamsi T. (2005-08)
    Task interruption often has a significant negative impact on a user's productivity and affective state. Cognitive theorists have argued that interrupting the execution of primary tasks at moments of lower mental workload ...

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  • Iqbal, Shamsi T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2005-09)
    A challenge in building interruption reasoning systems is to compute an accurate cost of interruption (COI). Prior work has used non task-specific cues to predict COI, but ignore characteristics related to the /structure/ ...

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  • Sharmin, Moushumi; Bailey, Brian P. (2011-09-28)
    Reflection is an integral part of the creative design process. However, details of designers’ reflective practices are less known, painting reflection as an enigmatic, un-orderly, and irregular process. This also resulted ...

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  • Biehl, Jacob T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2005-04)
    Iconic interfaces have been used to enable users to visually manage applications in interactive workspaces. However, current implementations do not scale for larger numbers of applications and do not allow users to maintain ...

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  • Cook, Damon J.; Metcalf, Heather E.; Bailey, Brian P. (2005-04)
    Computer tools offer enormous benefits for the early design process such as remote collaboration, advanced visualiza- tion, and the ability to run a design. However, current tools fail to support many elements of creative ...

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  • Cook, Damon J.; Metcalf, Heather E.; Bailey, Brian P. (2005-09)
    As design problems become more complex, there is an increasing need to build tools that support the intersection of collaboration, creativity, and design. Founded on design requirements taken from research in these three ...

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  • Adamczyk, Piotr D.; Busbey, Christopher W.; Bailey, Brian P. (2005-04)
    The use of continuous, physiological measures such as pupil size is becoming increasingly important in user interface design, attention management, and affective computing. While this data is best explored in context of ...

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  • Iqbal, Shamsi T.; Adamczyk, Piotr D.; Zheng, Xianjun S.; Bailey, Brian P. (2004-04)
    To contribute to systems that reason about human attention, our work empirically demonstrates how a user's mental workload changes during task execution. We conducted a study where users performed an interactive hierarchical ...

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  • Iqbal, Shamsi T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2006-10)
    The ability to detect and differentiate breakpoints during task execution is critical for enabling defer-to-breakpoint policies within interruption management. In this work, we examine the feasibility of building models ...

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  • Iqbal, Shamsi T.; Adamczyk, Piotr D.; Zheng, Xianjun S.; Bailey, Brian P. (2004-09)
    To contribute to systems that reason about human attention, our work empirically demonstrates how a user's mental workload changes during task execution. We conducted a study where users performed interactive, hierarchical ...

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  • Cook, Damon J.; Bailey, Brian P. (2004-10)
    While informal tools can benefit early design, their use requires that a designer give up the richer affordances of physical tools such as paper. To better understand the importance of physical tools for early design, we ...

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  • Vakilian, Mohsen; Chen, Nicholas; Negara, Stas; Rajkumar, Balaji Ambresh; Bailey, Brian P.; Johnson, Ralph E. (2011-10-21)
    Though refactoring tools have been available for more than a decade, research has shown that programmers underutilize such tools. However, little is known about why programmers do not take advantage of these tools. We have ...

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