Browse by Author "Zhang, Hong"
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Zhang, Hong; Twidale, Michael B. (2011-05-27)The current folder system on personal computers is not only a storage place for information organization and retrieval; it also serves as a set of potential workplaces for projects or tasks. We performed a qualitative study ...
Zhang, Hong; Twidale, Michael B. (2010-08)This paper reports one part of results of a qualitative study conducted in an information institute. By investigating how people creatively organize their information items in current hierarchical folder systems on computers, ...
Personal information organization and re-access in computer folders: an empirical study of information workers Zhang, Hong (2011-08-26)The current hierarchical folder system has long been found limited causing various difficulties in organizing and re-finding information on personal computers. Many alternative prototypes have been proposed to replace the ...
Zhang, Hong; Twidale, Michael B. (2010-02-03)With current systems, we are forced to make decisions either to keep or not keep; delete or not delete a file. Unfortunately our opinions about many information items do not easily fit into this binary worldview. As a part ...
Zhang, Hong (1994)The gene V protein encoded by bacteriophage Ff is a single-stranded DNA binding protein and it plays an important role in the replication cycle of the phage. The crystal structure of the gene V protein was determined using ...