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Microsoft Research Contributions to CHI

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2012 Accepted Papers and Notes

Technical papers authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that received a CHI 2012 Honorable Mention Award:

LightGuide: Projected Visualizations for Hand Movement Guidance
Rajinder Sodhi, UIUC; Hrvoje Benko, Microsoft Research Redmond; Andy Wilson, Microsoft Research Redmond

Humantenna: Using the Body as an Antenna for Real-Time Whole-Body Interaction
Gabe Cohn, University of Washington; Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Shwetak N. Patel, University of Washington; Desney S. Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond

Direct Answers for Search Queries in the Long Tail
Michael S. Bernstein, MIT CSAIL; Jaime Teevan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research Redmond; Dan Liebling, Microsoft Research Redmond; Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research Redmond

Balancing Exertion Experiences
Florian Mueller, RMIT University; Frank Vetere, University of Melbourne; Martin R. Gibbs, University of Melbourne; Stefan Agamanolis, Akron Children's Hospital; Jennifer Sheridan, BigDog Interactive Ltd.; Jeffrey Heer, Stanford University; Darren Edge, Microsoft Research Asia

Distributed Sensemaking: Improving Sensemaking by Leveraging the Efforts of Previous Users
Kristie Fisher, Microsoft Research; Scott Counts, Microsoft Research Redmond; Aniket Kittur, Carnegie Mellon University

Human Computation Tasks with Global Constraints
Haoqi Zhang, Harvard University; Edith Law, Harvard University; Rob Miller, MIT CSAIL; Kryzsztof Z. Gajos, Harvard University; David Parkes, Harvard University; Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research Redmond

Understanding Negotiation in Airtime Sharing in Low-income Microenterprises
Nithya Sambasivan, University of California; Edward Cutrell, Microsoft Research India

Shake 'n' Sense: Reducing Interference for Overlapping Structured Light Depth Cameras
D. Alex Butler, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Otmar Hilliges, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Steve Hodges, Microsoft Research Cambridge; David Molyneaux, Newcastle University; David Kim, Newcastle University

Beyond Stereo: An Exploration of Unconventional Binocular Presentation for Novel Visual Experience
Haimo Zhang, National University of Singapore; Xiang Cao, Microsoft Research Asia; Shengdong Zhao, National University of Singapore

Technical notes authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that received a CHI 2012 Honorable Mention Note award:

Shake'n'Sense: Reducing Interference for Overlapping Structured Light Depth Cameras
D. Alex Butler, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Otmar Hilliges, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Steve Hodges, Microsoft Research Cambridge; David Molyneaux, Newcastle University; David Kim, Newcastle University

Beyond Stereo: An Exploration of Unconventional Binocular Presentation for Novel Visual Experience
Haimo Zhang, National University of Singapore; Xiang Cao, Microsoft Research Asia; Shengdong Zhao, National University of Singapore

Other technical papers authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that were accepted for presentation during CHI 2012:

SoundWave: Using the Doppler Effect to Sense Gestures
Sidhant Gupta; Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond

Voice Typing: A New Speech Interaction Model for Dictation on Touchscreen Devices
Anuj Kumar, Carnegie Mellon University; Tim Paek, Microsoft Research Redmond; Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond

MirageTable: Freehand Interaction on a Projected Augmented Reality Tabletop
Hrvoje Benko, Microsoft Research Redmond; Richardo Jota, Technical University of Lisbon; Andrew D. Wilson, Microsoft Research Redmond

Using Mobile Phones to Present Medical Information to Hospital Patients
Amy Karlson, Microsoft Research Redmond; Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Greg Smith, Microsoft Research Redmond; Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Laura Pfeifer Vardoulakis, Northeastern University; Justin Gatewood, MedStar Institute for Innovation

mClerk: Enabling Mobile Crowdsourcing in Developing Regions
Aakar Gupta, University of Toronto; William Thies, Microsoft Research India; Edward Cutrell, Microsoft Research India; Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto

Interaction Proxemics and Image Use in Neurosurgery
Helena Mentis, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Kenton O'Hara, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Rikin Trivedi, Addenbrookes Hospital

Trust Me, I'm Partially Right: Incremental Visualization Lets Analysts Explore Large Datasets Faster
Danyel Fisher, Microsoft Research Redmond; Steven Drucker, Microsoft Research Redmond; Igor Popov, University of Southampton; m.c.schraefel, University of Southampton

Holodesk: Direct 3D Interactions with a Situated See-Through Display
Otmar Hilliges, Microsoft Research Cambridge; David Kim, Newcastle University; Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Malte Weiss, Aachen University; Andy Wilson, Microsoft Research Redmond

Enabling Concurrent Dual Views on Common LCD Screens
Xiang Cao, Microsoft Research Asia; Haimo Zhang, National University of Singapore; Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Seokhwan Kim, University of Tsukuba

Informal Information Gathering Techniques for Active Reading
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research Redmond; Xiaojun Bi; Michel Pahud, Microsoft Research Redmond; Bill Buxton, Microsoft Research Redmond

Time Travel Proxy: Using Lightweight Video Recordings to Create Asynchronous, Interactive Meetings
John Tang, Microsoft Research Silicon Valley; Aaron Hoff, Microsoft Research Redmond; Asta Roseway, Microsoft Research Redmond; Kori Inkpen, Microsoft Research Redmond; Chen Zhao, Microsoft Research Redmond; Xiang Cao, Microsoft Research Asia; Jennifer Marlow, Carnegie Mellon University

Quickdraw: Improving Drawing Experience for Geometric Diagrams
Salman Cheema, University of Central Florida; Sumit Gulwani, Microsoft Research Redmond; Joseph LaViola, University of Central Florida

Video Kids: Augmenting Close Friendships with Asynchronous Video Conversations in VideoPal
Kori Inkpen, Microsoft Research Redmond; Asta Roseway, Microsoft Research Redmond; Aaron Hoff, Microsoft Research Redmond; Paul Johns, Microsoft Research Redmond; Honglu Du, Penn State University

Lost in Translation: Understanding the Possession of Digital Things in the Cloud
William Odom, Carnegie Mellon University; Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Richard Harper, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Eno Thereska, Microsoft Research Cambridge

IllumiShare: Sharing Any Surface
Sasa Junuzovic, Microsoft Research Redmond; kori Inkpen, Microsoft Research Redmond; Tom Blank, Microsoft Research Redmond; Anoop Gupta, Microsoft Research Redmond

Understanding the Verbal Language and Structure of End-User Descriptions of Data Visualizations
Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond; Nathalie Henry Riche, Microsoft Research Redmond, Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research Redmond; Ronald Metoyer, Oregon State University

Looking at You: Fused Gyro and Face Tracking for Viewing Large Imagery on Mobile Devices
Neel Joshi, Microsoft Research Redmond; Michael Cohen, Microsoft Research Redmond; Abhishek Kar, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

"You're Capped!" Understanding the Effects of Bandwidth Caps on Broadband Use in the Home
Marshini Chetty, Georgia Institute of Technology; Rebecca E. Grinter, Georgia Institute of Technology; Richard Banks, Microsoft Research Cambridge, A.J. Bernheim Brush, Microsoft Research Redmond; Jonathan Donner, Microsoft Research

"Yours is Better!" Participant Response Bias in HCI
Nicola Dell, University of Washington; Vidya Vaidyanathan, San Jose State University; Indrani Medhi, Microsoft Research India; Edward Cutrell, Microsoft Research India; William Thies, Microsoft Research India

A Longitudinal Study of Facebook, LinkedIn, & Twitter Use
Anne Archambault, Microsoft; Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research Redmond

AffectAura: An Intelligent System for Emotional Memory
Daniel McDuff, MIT Media Lab; Amy Karlson, Microsoft Research Redmond; Ashish Kapoor, Microsoft Research Redmond; Asta Roseway, Microsoft Research Redmond; Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research Redmond

At Home With Surface Computing
David S. Kirk, Newcastle University; Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Otmar Hilliges, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Stuart Taylor, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Richard Banks, Microsoft Research Cambridge

Building the Trail Best Traveled: Effects of Domain Knowledge on Web Search Trailblazing
Xiaojun Yuan, State University New York; Ryen W. White, Microsoft Research Redmond

Characterizing Local Interests and Local Knowledge
Ryen W. White, Microsoft Research Redmond; Georg Buscher, Microsoft

Exploring User Motivations for Eyes-free Interaction on Mobile Devices
Bo Yi, National University of Singapore; Xiang Cao, Microsoft Research Asia; Morten Fjeld, Chalmers University of Technology; Shengdong Zhao, National University of Singapore

GraphTrail: Analyzing Large Multivariate, Heterogeneous Networks while Supporting Exploration History
Cody Dunne, Microsoft Research; Nathalie Henry Riche, Microsoft Research Redmond; Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond; George Robertson, Microsoft Research; Ronald Metoyer, Oregon State University

Instructing People for Training Gestural Interactive Systems
Simon Fothergill, Cambridge University; Helena Mentis, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Pushmeet Kohli, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Sebastian Nowozin, Microsoft Research Cambridge

Technology Heirlooms? Considerations for Passing Down and Inheriting Digital Materials
William Odom, Carnegie Mellon University; David S. Kirk, Newcastle University; Richard Banks, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Richard Harper, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Sian Lindley, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge

The Search Dashboard: How Reflection and Comparison Impact Search Behavior
Scott Bateman, University of Saskatchewan; Jaime Teevan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Ryen White, Microsoft Research Redmond

User See, User Point: Gaze and Cursor Alignment in Web Search
Jeff Huang, University of Washington; Ryen W. White, Microsoft Research Redmond; Georg Buschr (Microsoft Bing)

Your Phone or Mine? Fusing Body, Touch and Device Sensing for Multi-User Device-Display Interaction
Mahsan Rofouei, UCLA; Andy Wilson, Microsoft Research Redmond; A.J. Bernheim Brush, Microsoft Research Redmond; Stewart Tansley, Microsoft Research Redmond

2011 Accepted Papers and Notes

Technical papers authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that received a CHI 2011 Best Paper award:

Effects of Community Size and Contact Rate in Synchronous Social Q&A
Ryen White, Microsoft Research Redmond; Matthew Richardson, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Yandong Liu, Carnegie Mellon University.
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Your Noise is My Command: Sensing Gestures Using the Body as an Antenna
Gabe Cohn, Microsoft Research Redmond and University of Washington; Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Shwetak Patel, Microsoft Research Redmond and University of Washington; and Desney S Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Technical notes authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that received a CHI 2011 Best Note award:

Interactive Generator: A Self-Powered Haptic Feedback Device
Akash Badshah, Phillips Exeter Academy; Sidhant Gupta, University of Washington; Gabe Cohn, University of Washington; Nicolas Villar, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Steve Hodges, Microsoft Research Cambridge; and Shwetak Patel, University of Washington.
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Technical papers authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that received a CHI 2011 Honorable Mention award:

ClassSearch: Facilitating the Development of Web Search Skills through Social Learning
Neema Moraveji, Stanford University; Meredith Ringel Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Nathalie Riche, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Computers Can't Give Credit: How Automatic Attribution Falls Short in an Online Remixing Community
Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Microsoft Research New England and MIT; Benjamin Mako Hill, MIT; Jazmin Gonzalez-Rivero, Microsoft Research New England; and danah boyd, Microsoft Research New England.

CueT: Human Guided Fast and Accurate Network Alarm Triage
Saleema Amershi, Microsoft Research Redmond and University of Washington; Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond; Ashish Kapoor, Microsoft Research Redmond; Ratul Mahajan, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Blaine Christian, Microsoft Corporation.

Designing a Phone Broadcasting System for Urban Sex Workers in India
Nithya Sambasivan, University of California, Irvine; Julie Sage Weber, Microsoft Research India; and Edward Cutrell, Microsoft Research India.

Exploring the Potential for Touchless Interaction in Image-Guided Interventional Radiology
Rose Johnson, Open University; Kenton O’Hara, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Claire Cousins, Addenbrookes Hospital; and Antonio Criminisi, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

Hang on a Sec! Effects of Proactive Mediation of Phone Conversations while Driving
Shamsi Iqbal, Microsoft Research Redmond; Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research Redmond; Yun-Cheng Ju, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Ella Mathews, California Institute of Technology.
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Materializing the Query with Facet-Streams Hybrid Surface for Collaborative Search on Tabletops
Hans-Christian Jetter, University of Konstanz; Jens Gerken, University of Konstanz; Michael Zollner, University of Konstanz; Harald Reiterer, University of Konstanz; and Natasa Millic-Frayling, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

No Clicks, No Problem: Using Cursor Movements to Understand and Improve Search
Jeff Huang, University of Washington; Ryen White, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Sensor Synaesthesia: Touch in Motion, and Motion in Touch
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Hyunyoung Song, Microsoft Research Redmond and University of Maryland.

Typing on Flat Glass: Examining Ten-Finger Expert Typing Patterns on Touch Surfaces
Leah Findlater, University of Washington ; Jacob Wobbrock, University of Washington; and Daniel Wigdor, Microsoft Research Redmond and University of Washington.

Which Version is This?: Improving the Desktop Experience within a Copy-Aware Computing Ecosystem
Amy K. Karlson, Microsoft Research Redmond; Greg Smith, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Technical notes authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that received a CHI 2011 Honorable Mention Note award:

Antiquarian Answers: Book Restoration as a Resource for Design
Daniela Rosner, University of California, Berkeley; and Alex Taylor, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

Sampling Representative Phrase Sets for Text Entry Experiments: A Procedure and Public Resource
Tim Paek, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Bo-June (Paul) Hsu, Microsoft Research Redmond.
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Utilizing DVD Players as Low-Cost Offline Internet Browsers
Gaurav Paruthi, Microsoft Research India; and William Thies, Microsoft Research India.

Other technical papers authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that were accepted for presentation during CHI 2011:

A VJ Centered Exploration of Expressive Interaction
Stuart Taylor, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Jonathan Hook, Newcastle University; David Green, Newcastle University; John McCarthy, University College Cork; Peter Wright, Newcastle University; and Patrick Olivier, Newcastle University. 

Am I Wasting My Time Organizing Email? A Study of Email Refinding
John Tang, Microsoft Research Redmond; Hernan Badenes; Julian Cerruti; Stphen Dill; Tara Matthews; Stefan Nusser; Jerald Schoudt; and Eric Wilcox.

AnatOnMe: Facilitating Doctor-Patient Communication Using a Projection-Based Handheld Device
Tao Ni, Microsoft Research Redmond, Virginia Tech; Amy K. Karlson, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Daniel Wigdor, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Augmenting Web Pages and Search Results to Support Credibility Assessment
Julia Schwarz, Carnegie Mellon University; and Meredith Ringel Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Characterizing Patient-Friendly “Micro-Explanations” of Medical Events
Lauren Wilcox, Microsoft Research Redmond, Columbia University; Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Justin Gatewood, MedStar Institute for Innovation; and Eric Horvitz Microsoft Research Redmond.

Cultural Differences on Visual Self-Presentation through Social Networking Site Profile Images
Chen Zhao, Microsoft Research Asia; and Gonglue Jiang, Harvard University.

Data Mining: Inferring Spatial Object Descriptions from Human Gesture
Andrew Wilson, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Christian Holz Hasso, Plattner Institute.

Designing Sports: A Framework for Exertion Games
Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller, Microsoft Research Asia, University of Melbourne, Stanford University; Darren Edge, Microsoft Research Asia; Frank Vetere, University of Melbourne; Martin R. Gibbs, University of Melbourne; Stefan Agamanolis, Distance Lab; Bert Bongers, University of Technology; and Jennifer G. Sheridan, Big Dog Interactive.

The Effects of Interaction Techniques on Talk Patterns in Collaborative Peer Learning Around Interactive Tables
Kenton O'Hara, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Izdihar Jamil, University of Bristol; and Mark Perry, Brunel University.

Embodiment in Brain-Computer Interaction
Kenton O'Hara, Abigail Sellen, and Richard Harper.

Experimental Analysis of Touch-Screen Gesture Designs in Mobile Environments
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research Redmond; Andrew Bragdon, Brown University; Eugene Nelson, Brown University; and Yang Li, Google Research. 

Grips and Gestures on a Multi-Touch Pen
Hyunyoung Song, Hrvoje Benko, Francois Guimbretiere, Shahram Izadi, Xiang Cao, and Ken Hinckley.

Home Automation in the Wild: Challenges and Opportunities
A.J. Brush, Microsoft Research Redmond; Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond; Ratul Mahajan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Sharad Agarwal, Microsoft Research Redmond; Stefan Saroiu, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Colin Dixon, University of Washington.
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Inspirational Bits - Towards a Shared Understanding of the Digital Material
Alex Taylor, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Petra Sundstram, Mobile Life @ SICS; Katja Grufberg, Mobile Life @ SICS; Niklas Wirstram, SICS; Jordi Solsona Belenguer, Wireless @ KTH; and Marcus Lundan, SICS. 

Matters of Life and Death: Locating the End of Life in Lifespan-Oriented HCI Research
Richard Banks, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Michael Massimi, University of Toronto; William Odom, Carnegie Mellon University; and David Kirk, University of Nottingham.

MicroMandarin: Mobile Language Learning in Context
Darren Edge, Microsoft Research Asia; Elly Searle, Microsoft Research Asia and University of Washington; Kevin Chiu, Microsoft Research Asia and MIT Media Lab; Jing Zhao, Microsoft Research Asia and Peking University; and James A. Landay, Microsoft Research Asia and University of Washington.

More than Skin Deep: Measuring Effects of the Underlying Model on Access-control System Usability
Robert W. Reeder, Microsoft; Lujo Bauer, Carnegie Mellon University; Lorrie F. Cranor, Carnegie Mellon University; and Michael K. Reiter, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Out There
Alex S. Taylor, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

Peripheral Computing During Presentations: Perspectives on Costs and Preferences
Shamsi T. Iqbal, Microsoft Research Redmond; Jonathan Grudin, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Eric Horvitz Microsoft Research Redmond.

Rock & Rails: Extending Multi-Touch Interactions with Shape Gestures to Enable Precise Spatial Manipulations
Daniel Wigdor; Hrvoje Benko, Microsoft Research Redmond; John Pella, Jarrod Lombardo, and Sarah Williams.

ShadowStory: Creative and Collaborative Digital Storytelling Inspired by Cultural Heritage
Fei Lu, Feng Tian, Yingying Jiang, Xiang Cao, Wei Liu, Wencan Luo, Guang Li, Xiaolong Zhang, Guozhong Dai, and Hongan Wang.

Social Media Ownership: Using Twitter as a Window onto Current Attitudes and Beliefs
Catherine C. Marshall, Microsoft Research Silicon Valley; and Frank M. Shipman, Texas A&M University.

Utility of Human-Computer Interactions: Toward a Science of Preference Measurement
Michael Toomim, Travis Kriplean, Claus Portner, and James A. Landay.

What did I miss? In-Meeting Review using Multimodal Accelerated Instant Replay (AIR) Conferencing
Sasa Junuzovic, Microsoft Research Redmond; Kori Inkpen, Microsoft Research Redmond; Rajesh Hegde, Microsoft Research Redmond; Zhengyou Zhang, Microsoft Research Redmond; John Tang, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Christopher Brooks, University of Saskatchewan.

2010 Accepted Papers

All authors from Microsoft Research except as noted

Technical papers authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that received CHI 2010 Best Paper awards:

A Longitudinal Study of How Highlighting Web Content Change Affects People's Web Interactions
Jaime Teevan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Susan T. Dumais, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Daniel J. Liebling, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Mobile-izing Health Workers in Rural India
Divya Ramachandran, University of California, Berkeley; John Canny, University of California, Berkeley; Prabhu Dutta Das, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communications Technology; and Edward Cutrell, Microsoft Research India.

Skinput: Appropriating the Body as an Input Surface
Chris Harrison, Carnegie Mellon University; Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Other technical papers authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that were nominated for CHI 2010 Best Paper awards:

Designing a Technological Playground: A Field Study of the Emergence of Play in Household Messaging
Siân E. Lindley, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Richard Harper, Microsoft Research Cambridge; and Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

Designing Patient-Centric Information Displays for Hospitals
Lauren Wilcox, Columbia University; Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Justin Gatewood, Washington Hospital Center.

Evaluating Cues for Resuming Interrupted Programming Tasks
Chris Parnin, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Robert DeLine, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Intermediated Technology Use in Developing Communities
Nithya Sambasivan, University of California, Irvine; Ed Cutrell, Microsoft Research India; Kentaro Toyama, University of California, Berkeley; and Bonnie Nardi, University of California, Irvine.

LensMouse: Augmenting the Mouse with an Interactive Touch Display
Xing Dong Yang, University of Alberta; Edward Mak, University of Manitoba; David McCallum, University of Manitoba; Pourang Irani, University of Manitoba; Xiang Cao, Microsoft Research Cambridge; and Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research Cambridge

Passing On & Putting to Rest: Understanding Bereavement in the Context of Interactive Technologies
William Odom, Carnegie Mellon University; Richard Harper, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge; David Kirk, University of Nottingham; and Richard Banks, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

What's Your Idea? A Case Study of a Grassroots Innovation Pipeline Within a Large Software Company
Brian P. Bailey, University of Illinois; and Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Other technical papers authored or co-authored by Microsoft Research personnel that were accepted for presentation during CHI 2010:

A Comparative Evaluation on Tree Visualization Methods for Hierarchical Structures with Large Fan-outs
Hyunjoo Song, Seoul National University; Bohyoung Kim, Seoul National University; and Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond.

A Strategy-Centric Approach to the Design of End-User Debugging Tools
Valentina I. Grigoreanu, Microsoft; Margaret M. Burnett, Oregon State University; and George G. Robertson, Microsoft Research Redmond.

After Access - Challenges Facing Mobile-Only Internet Users in the Developing World
Shikoh Gitau, University of Cape Town; Gary Marsden, University of Cape Town; and Jonathan Donner, Microsoft Research India.

Cars, Calls, and Cognition: Investigating Driving and Divided Attention
Shamsi T. Iqbal, Microsoft Research Redmond; Yun-Cheng Ju, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Comparing User Performance with Single-Finger, Whole-Hand, and Hybrid Pointing Devices
Xiang Cao, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Nicolas Villar, Microsoft Research Cambridge; and Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

Embodied Social Proxy: Mediating Interpersonal Connection in Hub-and-Satellite Teams
Gina Venolia, Microsoft Research Redmond; John Tang, Microsoft Research Redmond; Ruy Cervantes, University of California, Irvine; Sara Bly, Sara Bly Consulting; George Robertson, Microsoft Research Redmond; Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Kori Inkpen, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Examining Multiple Potential Models in End-User Interactive Concept Learning
Saleema Amershi, University of Washington; James Fogarty, University of Washington; Ashish Kapoor, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Experience in Social Affective Applications: Methodologies and Case Study
Paul André, University of Southampton; m.c. schraefel, University of Southampton; Alan Dix, Lancaster University; and Ryen W. White, Microsoft Research Redmond.

FM Radio: Family Interplay with Sonic Mementos
Daniela Petrelli, University of Sheffield; Nicolas Villar, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Vaiva Kalnikaitė, University of Sheffield; Lina Dib, Rice University; and Steve Whittaker, University of Sheffield.

FrameWire: A Tool for Automatically Extracting Interaction Logic from Paper Prototyping Tests
Yang Li, University of Washington; Xiang Cao, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Katherine Everitt, University of Washington; Morgan Dixon, University of Washington; and James Landay, University of Washington.

Graspables Revisited: Multi-Touch vs. Tangible Input for Tabletop Displays in Acquisition and Manipulation Tasks
Philip Tuddenham, University of Cambridge; David Kirk, University of Nottingham; and Shahram Izadi, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

Hard-to-Use Interfaces Considered Beneficial (Some of the Time)
Yann Riche, Riche Design; Nathalie Henry Riche, Microsoft Research Redmond; Petra Isenberg, University of Calgary; and Anastasia Bezerianos, École Centrale Paris.

Hidden Markets: UI Design for a P2P Backup Application
Sven Seuken, Harvard University; Kamal Jain, Microsoft Research Redmond; Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Interactive Optimization for Steering Machine Classification
Ashish Kapoor, Microsoft Research Redmond; Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research Redmond; Desney Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Making Muscle-Computer Interfaces More Practical
T. Scott Saponas, University of Washington; Desney S. Tan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Dan Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Jim Turner, Microsoft; and James A. Landay, University of Washington.

Manual Deskterity: An Exploration of Simultaneous Pen + Touch Direct Input
Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research Redmond; Koji Yatani, University of Toronto; Michel Pahud, Microsoft Research Redmond; Nicole Coddington, Microsoft; Jenny Rodenhouse, Microsoft; Hrvoje Benko, Microsoft Research Redmond; Andy Wilson, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Bill Buxton, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Mobile Taskflow in Context: A Screenshot Study of Smartphone Usage
Amy K. Karlson, Microsoft Research Redmond; Shamsi T. Iqbal, Microsoft Research Redmond; Brian Meyers, Microsoft Research Redmond; Gonzalo Ramos, Microsoft; Kathy Lee, Microsoft; and John C. Tang, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Newport: Enabling Sharing During Mobile Calls
Junius A. Gunaratne, University of California, Irvine; and A.J. Bernheim Brush, Microsoft Research Redmond.

Now Let Me See Where I Was: Understanding How Lifelogs Mediate Memory
Vaiva Kalnikaitė, University of Sheffield; Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Steve Whittaker, IBM Research - Almaden; and David Kirk, University of Nottingham.

Planz to Put Our Digital Information in Its Place
William Jones, University of Washington; Dawei Hou, University of Washington; Bhuricha Deen Sethanandha, Portland State University; Eric Sheng Bi, University of Washington; and Jim Gemmell, Microsoft Research Silicon Valley.

Potential for Personalization
Jaime Teevan, Microsoft Research Redmond; Susan T. Dumais, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research Redmond.

”The Calendar is Crucial”: Coordination and Awareness Through the Family Calendar
Carman Neustaedter, University of Calgary; A.J. Bernheim Brush, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Saul Greenberg, University of Calgary.

Touch-Display Keyboards: Transforming Keyboards into Interactive Surfaces
Florian Block, Lancaster University; Hans Gellersen, Lancaster University; and Nicolas Villar, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

Video Playdate: Toward Free Play Across Distance
Svetlana Yarosh, Georgia Institute of Technology; Kori M. Inkpen, Microsoft Research Redmond; and A.J. Bernheim Brush, Microsoft Research Redmond.

ViralVCD: Tracing Information-Diffusion Paths with Low Cost Media in Developing Communities
Nithya Sambasivan, University of California, Irvine; Ed Cutrell, Microsoft Research India; and Kentaro Toyama, University of California, Berkeley.

What Do People Ask Their Social Networks, and Why? A Survey Study of Status Message Q&A Behavior
Meredith Ringel Morris, Microsoft Research Redmond; Jaime Teevan, Microsoft Research Redmond; and Katrina Panovich, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Where There's a Will There's a Way: Mobile Media Sharing in Urban India
Thomas N. Smyth, Georgia Institute of Technology; Satish Kumar, Microsoft Research India; Indrani Medhi, Microsoft Research India; and Kentaro Toyama, University of California, Berkeley.

Who's Hogging the Bandwidth: The Consequences of Revealing the Invisible in the Home
Marshini Chetty, Georgia Institute of Technology; Richard Banks, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Richard Harper, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Tim Regan, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Abigail Sellen, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Christos Gkantsidis, Microsoft Research Cambridge; Thomas Karagiannis, Microsoft Research Cambridge; and Peter Key, Microsoft Research Cambridge.

2009 Accepted Papers

All authors from Microsoft Research except as noted

A Comparison of Mobile Money-Transfer UIs for Non-Literate and Semi-Literate Users (Best of CHI nominee)
Indrani Medhi, Gautama S. N. Nagasena, Kentaro Toyama

A Mischief of Mice: Examining Children’s Performance in Single Display Groupware Systems with 1 to 32 Mice
Neema Moraveji, Stanford University; Kori Inkpen; Edward Cutrell; Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto

Attaching UI Enhancements to Websites with End Users
Michael Toomim, University of Washington; Steven M. Drucker, Microsoft Live Labs; Mira Dontcheva, Adobe Systems; Ali Rahimi, Intel Research; Blake Thomson, University of Washington; James A. Landay, University of Washington

Back-of-Device Interaction Allows Creating Very Small Touch Devices (Best of CHI nominee)
Patrick Baudisch, Hasso Plattner Institute/Microsoft Research; Gerry Chu, Hasso Plattner Institute

Codex: A Dual Screen Tablet Computer
Ken Hinckley; Morgan Dixon, University of Washington; Raman Sarin; François Guimbretière, University of Maryland; Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto

Comparing Semiliterate and Illiterate Users’ Ability to Transition from Audio+Text to Text-Only Interaction
Leah Findlater, University of British Columbia; Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto; Kentaro Toyama

CoSense: Enhancing Sensemaking for Collaborative Web Search (Best of CHI nominee)
Sharoda A. Paul, Pennsylvania State University; Meredith Ringel Morris

Designers Wanted: Participation and the User Experience in Open Source Software Development
Paula M. Bach, Pennsylvania State University; Robert DeLine; John M. Carroll, Pennsylvania State University

Desiring to Be in Touch in a Changing Communications Landscape: Attitudes of Older Adults
Siân E. Lindley, Richard Harper, Abigail Sellen

Dynamic Mapping of Physical Controls for Tabletop Groupware
Rebecca Fiebrink, Princeton University; Dan Morris; Meredith Ringel Morris

EnsembleMatrix: Interactive Visualization to Support Machine Learning with Multiple Classifiers
Justin Talbot, Stanford University; Bongshin Lee; Ashish Kapoor; Desney S. Tan

Exploring Websites Through Contextual Facets
Yevgeniy Medynskiy, Georgia Institute of Technology; Mira Dontcheva, Adobe Systems; Steven M. Drucker

FacetLens: Exposing Trends and Relationships to Support Sensemaking Within Faceted Datasets
Bongshin Lee, Greg Smith, George G. Robertson, Mary Czerwinski, Desney S. Tan

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Understanding Home Computer Power Management
Marshini Chetty, Georgia Institute of Technology; A.J. Bernheim Brush; Brian R. Meyers; Paul Johns

It’s Not That Important: Demoting Personal Information of Low Subjective Importance Using GrayArea
Ofer Bergman, Sheffield University; Simon Tucker, Sheffield University; Ruth Beyth-Marom, Sheffield University; Edward Cutrell; Steve Whittaker, Sheffield University

It’s Not What You Know, but Who You Know: A Social Approach to Last-Resort Authentication
Stuart Schechter; Serge Egelman, Carnegie Mellon University; Robert W. Reeder, Microsoft

Lightweight Tagging Expands Information and Activity Management Practices
Gerard Oleksik, Instrata; Max L Wilson, University of Swansea; Craig Tashman, Georgia Institute of Technology; Eduarda Mendes Rodrigues; Gabriella Kazai; Gavin Smyth; Natasa Milic-Frayling; Rachel Jones, Instrata

Machine Intelligence
Alex S. Taylor

mimir: A Market-Based Real-Time Question and Answer Service
Gary Hsieh, Carnegie Mellon University; Scott Counts

Pathfinder: An Online Collaboration Environment for Citizen Scientists
Kurt Luther, Georgia Institute of Technology; Scott Counts; Kristin B. Stecher; Aaron Hoff; Paul Johns

Resonance on the Web: Web Dynamics and Revisitation Patterns
Eytan Adar, University of Washington; Jaime Teevan; Susan T. Dumais

Topology-Aware Navigation in Large Networks
Tomer Moscovich; Fanny Chevalier; Nathalie Henry, INRIA; Emmanuel Pietriga, Université Paris-Sud; Jean-Daniel Fekete, INRIA

User-Defined Gestures for Surface Computing (Best of CHI nominee)
Jacob O. Wobbrock, University of Washington; Meredith Ringel Morris; Andrew Wilson

Visual Snippets: Summarizing Web Pages for Search and Revisitation
Jaime Teevan; Edward Cutrell; Danyel Fisher; Steven M. Drucker, Microsoft Live Labs; Gonzalo Ramos, Microsoft Live Labs; Paul André, University of Southampton; Chang Hu, University of Maryland

What Do You See When You’re Surfing? Using Eye Tracking to Predict Salient Regions of Web Pages
Georg Buscher, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz; Edward Cutrell; Meredith Ringel Morris

2008 Accepted Papers

All authors from Microsoft Research except as noted.

An Error Model for Pointing Based on Fitts' Law (Best of CHI winner)
Jacob O. Wobbrock, University of Washington; Edward Cutrell; Susumu Harada, University of Washington; and I. Scott MacKenzie, York University

Celebratory Technology: New Directions for Food Research in HCI (Best of CHI nominee)
Andrea Grimes, Georgia Institute of Technology; and Richard Harper

BlindSight: Eyes-Free Access to Mobile Phones
Kevin A. Li, University of California, San Diego; Patrick Baudisch; and Ken Hinckley

CoSearch: A System for Co-located Collaborative Web Search
Saleema Amershi, University of Washington; and Meredith Ringel Morris

CueFlik: Interactive Concept Learning in Image Search
James Fogarty, University of Washington; Desney Tan; Ashish Kapoor; and Simon Winder

Demonstrating the Feasibility of Using Forearm Electromyography for Muscle-Computer Interfaces
T . Scott Saponas, University of Washington; Desney S. Tan; Dan Morris; and Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto

Do I Live in a Flood Basin?: Synthesizing Ten Thousand Maps
Miguel Elias, University of Chile; Jeremy Elson; Danyel Fisher; and Jon Howell

Evaluating Visual Cues for Window Switching on Large Screens
Raphael Hoffmann, University of Washington; Patrick Baudisch; and Daniel S. Weld, University of Washington

Experience Sampling for Building Predictive User Models: A Comparative Study
Ashish Kapoor; and Eric Horvitz

Feasibility and Pragmatics of Classifying Working Memory Load with an Electroencephalograph (Best of CHI nominee)
David Grimes, University of Washington; Desney S. Tan; Scott E. Hudson, Carnegie Mellon University; Pradeep Shenoy, University of Washington; and Rajesh P.N. Rao, University of Washington

Human-Aided Computing: Utilizing Implicit Human Processing to Classify Images
Pradeep Shenoy, University of Washington; and Desney S. Tan

IMPROMPTU: A New Interaction Framework for Supporting Collaboration in Multiple Display Environments and Its Field Evaluation for Co-located Software Development
Jacob T. Biehl, University of Illinois; William T. Baker, University of Illinois; Brian P. Bailey, University of Illinois; Desney S. Tan; Kori M. Inkpen; and Mary Czerwinski

Large Scale Analysis of Web Revisitation Patterns (Best of CHI winner)
Eytan Adar, University of Washington; Jaime Teevan; and Susan T. Dumais

Mischief: Supporting Remote Teaching in Developing Regions
Neema Moraveji; Taemie Kim; James Ge; Udai Singh Pawar; Kathleen Mulcahy, Microsoft EDU Workstyle Services; and Kori Inkpen

MySong: Automatic Accompaniment Generation for Vocal Melodies
Ian Simon, University of Washington; Dan Morris; and Sumit Basu

SearchBar: A Search-Centric Web History for Task Resumption and Information Re-finding
Dan Morris; Meredith Ringel Morris; and Gina Venolia

Sonic Interventions: Understanding and Extending the Domestic Soundscape
Gerard Oleksik, University of Surrey; David Frohlich, University of Surrey; Lorna M. Brown; and Abigail Sellen

SuperBreak: Using Interactivity to Enhance Ergonomic Typing Breaks
Dan Morris; A.J. Bernheim Brush; and Brian R. Meyers

Usability Evaluation Considered Harmful (Some of the Time) (Best of CHI nominee)
Saul Greenberg, University of Calgary; and Bill Buxton

Wedge: Clutter-Free Visualization of Off-Screen Locations
Sean Gustafson, University of Manitoba; Patrick Baudisch; Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan; and Pourang Irani, University of Manitoba

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2007 Accepted Papers

All authors from Microsoft Research except as noted.

Understanding Videowork
David Kirk, University if Nottingham; Abigail Sellen; Richard Harper; and Ken Wood

Do-Life Logging Technologies Support Memory for the Past? An Experimental Study Using SenseCam
Abigail Sellen; Andrew Fogg; Steve Hodges; Carsten Rother; Ken Wood; and Mike Aitken, University of Cambridge

Questions Not Answers: A Novel Mobile Search Technique
Matt Jones, University of Wales; George Buchanan, University of Wales; Richard Harper; and Pierre-Louis Xech

InkSeine: In Situ Search for Active Note Taking
Ken Hinckley; Raman Sarin; Patrick Baudisch; Ed Cutrell; Michael Shilman; Desney Tan; and Shendong Zhao, University of Toronto

Easy Album: An Interactive Photo Annotation System
Jingyu Cui, Tsinghua University; Fang Wen; Rong Xiao; Xiaoou Tang; and Yuandong Tian, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

What Are You Looking For? An Eye-Tracking Study of Information Usage in Web Search
Ed Cutrell; and Zhiwei Guan, University of Washington

Let's Go to the Whiteboard: How and Why Software Developers Use Drawings
Mauro Cherubini, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology; Gina Venolia; Rob DeLine; and Andrew Ko, Carnegie Mellon University

IGroup: Presenting Web Image Search Results in Semantic Clusters
Shuo Wang; Feng Jing; Lei Zhang; Jibo He, Peking University; and Qixig Du, Tsinghua University

Disruption and Recovery of Computing Tasks: Field Study, Analysis, and Directions
Shamsi T. Iqbal, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Eric Horvitz

Shift: A Technique for Operating Pen-Based Interfaces Using Touch
Daniel Vogel, University of Toronto; and Patrick Baudisch

FASTDash: A Visual Dashboard for Fostering Awareness in Software Teams
Jacob Biehl, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Mary Czerwinski; Greg Smith; and George Robertson

earPod: Eyes-Free Menu Selection Using Touch Input and Reactive Audio Feedback
Shengdong Zhao, University of Toronto; Pierre Dragicevic, University of Toronto; Mark Chignell, University of Toronto; Ravin Balakrishnan, University of Toronto; and Patrick Baudisch

Multiple Mice for Retention Tasks in Disadvantaged Schools
Udai Pawar; Rahul Gupta; Kentaro Toyama; Joyojeet Pal, University of California, Berkeley

Affordances for Manipulation of Physical versus Digital Media on Interactive Surfaces
Lucia Terrenghi, University of Munich; David Kirk, University of Nottingham; Abigail Sellen; and Shahram Izadi

2007 Accepted Notes

An Eye Tracking Study of the Effect of Target Rank on Web Search
Zhiwei Guan, University of Washington; and Ed Cutrell

Understanding Memory Triggers for Task Tracking
A.J. Bernheim Brush; Brian Meyers; Desney Tan; and Mary Czerwinski

Comicboarding: Using Comics as Proxies for Participatory Design with Children
Neema Moraveji; Patrick O’Kelley; Suze Woolf; Jason Li, Brown University; Jiarong Ding, University of Michigan

Other research to be presented during CHI 2007

Soap: How to Make a Mouse Work in Mid-Air (interactive demo)
Patrick Baudisch; Mike Sinclair; and Andrew Wilson

Full-Context Videos for First-Time, Non-Literate PC Users (alt.chi)
Indrani Medhi, Kentaro Toyama, Microsoft

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2006 Accepted Papers

All authors from Microsoft Research except as noted.

Clipping Lists and Change Borders: Improving Multitasking Efficiency with Peripheral Information Design
Tara Matthews, Mary Czerwinski, George Robertson, Desney Tan

Face Tracking as an Augmented Input in Video Games: Enhancing Presence, Role-Playing, and Control
Shuo Wang, Xiaocao Xiong (Tsinghua University), Yan Xu (Renmin University of China), Chao Wang (Tsinghua University), Weiwei Zhang, Xiaofeng Dai, Dongmei Zhang

Fast, Flexible Filtering with Phlat – Personal Search and Organization Made Easy
Edward Cutrell, Daniel C. Robbins, Susan T. Dumais, Raman Sarin

FaThumb: A Facet-Based Interface for Mobile Search
Amy Karlson (University of Maryland), George Robertson, Daniel C. Robbins, Mary Czerwinski, Greg Smith

Gaze-Based Interaction for Semi-Automatic Photo Cropping
Anthony Santella (Rutgers University), Maneesh Agrawala (UC Berkeley), Doug DeCarlo (Rutgers University), David Salesin (Adobe Systems and University of Washington), Michael Cohen

Getting the Right Design and the Design Right: Testing Many Is Better than One
Maryam Tohidi (University of Toronto), William Buxton, Ronald Baecker (University of Toronto), Abigail Sellen

Hover Widgets: Using the Tracking State to Extend the Capabilities of Pen-Operated Devices
Tovi Grossman (University of Toronto), Ken Hinckley, Patrick Baudisch, Maneesh Agrawala (UC Berkeley), Ravin Balakrishnan (University of Toronto)

LINC-ing the Family: The Participatory Design of an Inkable Family Calendar
Carman Neustaedter (University of Calgary), A.J. Brush

Mobile Phones and Paper Documents: Evaluating a New Approach for Capturing Microfinance Data in Rural India
Tapan Parikh (University of Washington), Paul Javid (University of Washington), Sasikumar K. (ekgaon technologies), Kaushik Ghosh (Human Factors India), Kentaro Toyama

Precise Selection Techniques for Multi-Touch Screens
Hrvoje Benko (Columbia University), Andrew D. Wilson, Patrick Baudisch

The Springboard: Multiple Modes in One Spring-Loaded Control
Ken Hinckley, Francois Guimbretiere (University of Maryland), Patrick Baudisch, Raman Sarin, Maneesh Agrawala (UC Berkeley), Edward Cutrell

Understanding Photowork
David S. Kirk (University of Nottingham), Abigail Sellen, Carsten Rother, Kenneth R. Wood.

Zone and Polygon Menus: Using Relative Position to Increase the Breadth of Multi-Stroke Marking Menus
Shengdong Zhao (University of Toronto), Maneesh Agrawala (UC Berkeley), Ken Hinckley

Other research to be presented during CHI 2006

DirectPointer: Direct Manipulation for Large-Display Interaction Using Handheld Cameras
Hao Jiang (Tsinghua University), Eyal Ofek, Neema Moraveji, Yuanchun Shi (Tsinghua University)

Large Display Research Overview
Mary Czerwinski, George Robertson, Brian Meyers, Greg Smith, Daniel Robbins, Desney Tan

Peripheral Display of Digital Handwritten Notes
Gary Hsieh (Carnegie Mellon University), Kenneth R. Wood, Abigail Sellen

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2005 Accepted Papers

All authors from Microsoft Research except as noted.

AppLens and LaunchTile: Two Designs for One-Handed Thumb Use on Small Devices
Amy K. Karlson (University of Maryland), Benjamin B. Bederson (University of Maryland), John SanGiovanni

Assessing Differential Usage of Usenet Social Accounting Meta-Data
A.J. Bernheim Brush, Xiaoqing Wang (University of Pittsburgh), Tammara Combs Turner, Marc A. Smith

Artful Systems in the Home
Alex S. Taylor, Laurel Swan (Brunel University)

Design and Analysis of Delimiters for Selection-Action Pen Gesture Phrases in Scriboli
Ken Hinckley, Patrick Baudisch, Gonzalo Ramos (University of Toronto), Francois Guimbretiere (University of Maryland)

Designing Human Friendly Human Interaction Proofs (HIPs)
Kumar Chellapilla, Kevin Larson, Patrice Simard, Mary Czerwinski

Experimental Analysis of Mode Switching Techniques in Pen-Based User Interfaces
Yang Li (UC Berkeley), Ken Hinckley, Zhiwei Guan (University of Washington), James A. Landay (University of Washington and Intel Research)

Learning User Interest for Image Browsing on Small-Form-Factor Devices
Xing Xie, Hao Liu (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Simon Goumaz, Wei-Ying Ma

Snap-and-Go: Helping Users Align Objects Without the Modality of Traditional Snapping
Patrick Baudisch, Edward Cutrell, Ken Hinckley, Adam Eversole

StudioBRIDGE: Using Group, Location, and Event Information to Bridge Online and Offline Encounters for Collocated Learning Groups
Susan Yee, Kat S. Park (MIT)

Summary Thumbnails: Readable Overviews for Small Screen Web Browsers
Heidi Lam (University of British Columbia), Patrick Baudisch

Visualization of Mappings Between Schemas
George G. Robertson, Mary P. Czerwinski, John E. Churchill

Other research presented during CHI 2005

A Study of Preferences for Sharing and Privacy
Judith Olson (University of Michigan), Jonathan Grudin, Eric Horvitz

Beyond “From” and “Received”: Exploring the Dynamics of Email Triage
Carman Neustaedter (University of Calgary), A.J. Bernheim Brush, Marc A. Smith

Designing a Generalized 3D Carousel View
Shuo Wang, Marcin Poturalski (Warsaw University), David Vronay

Flexible Timeline User Interface Using Constraints
Kazutaka Kurihara (University of Tokyo), David Vronay, Takeo Igarashi (University of Tokyo

I Saw This and Thought of You: Some Social Uses of Camera Phones
Tim Kindberg (Hewlett-Packard Labs), Mirjana Spasojevic (Hewlett-Packard Labs), Rowanne Fleck, Abigail Sellen

Notes on Fridge Surfaces
Alex S. Taylor, Laurel Swan (Brunel University)

Time Quilt: Scaling up Zoomable Photo Browsers for Large, Unstructured Photo Collections
David Huynh (MIT), Steven Drucker, Patrick Baudisch, Curtis Wong

TxtBoard: From Text-to-Person to Text-to-Home
Kenton O'Hara (Hewlett-Packard Laboratories), Richard Harper, Axel Unger (IDEO), James Wilkes (The Appliance Studio), Bill Sharpe (The Appliance Studio), Marcel Jansen (The Appliance Studio)

Understanding Research Trends in Conferences Using PaperLens
Bongshin Lee (University of Maryland), Mary Czerwinski, George Robertson, Benjamin B. Bederson (University of Maryland)

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2004 Accepted Papers

All authors from Microsoft Research except as noted.

Flat Volume Control: Improving Usability by Hiding the Volume Control Hierarchy in the User Interface
Patrick Baudisch, John Pruitt (Microsoft MSX), Steve Ball (Microsoft eHome)

A Diary Study of Task Switching and Interruptions
Mary Czerwinski, Eric Horvitz, Susan Wilhite

Multiblending: Displaying Overlapping Windows Simultaneously Without the Drawbacks of Alpha Blending
Patrick Baudisch, Carl Gutwin (University of Saskatchewan)

Designing a Compelling User Interface for Morphing
David Vronay, Shuo Wang (Tsinghua University)

WaveLens: A New View onto Internet Search Results
Tim Paek, Susan Dumais, Ron Logan

Exploring PC-Telephone Convergence with the Enhanced Telephony Prototype
JJ Cadiz, Attila Narin (Microsoft Real-Time Collaboration), Gavin Jancke, Anoop Gupta (Microsoft Real-Time Collaboration), Michael Boyle (University of Calgary)

Supporting Social Presence Through Lightweight Photo Sharing on and off the Desktop
Scott Counts, Eric Fellheimer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Other research presented during CHI 2004

WinCuts: Manipulating Arbitrary Window Regions for More Effective Use of Screen Space
Desney S. Tan, Brian Meyers, Mary Czerwinski

Mouse Ether: Accelerating the Acquisition of Targets Across Multi-Monitor Displays
Patrick Baudisch, Edward Cutrell, Ken Hinckley, Robert Gruen (Microsoft Corporation)

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