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CIKM 2011 Keynote: David Karger

Creating User Interfaces that Entice People to Manage Better InformationBy David Karger (MIT)History:HayStack – Per user Information Environments (1999)Current State of IKM (Information and Knowledge Management)  – We take users with extremely ric… → Read More: CIKM 2011 Keynote: David Karger

Rendering Synthetic Objects into Legacy Photographs

Kevin Karsch, Varsha Hedau, David Forsyth, Derek HoiemTo be presented at SIGGRAPH Asia 2011 Abstract We propose a method to realistically insert synthetic objects into existing photographs without requiring access to the scene or any additional scene … → Read More: Rendering Synthetic Objects into Legacy Photographs

Top 10 ACM SIGMM Downloads

http://sigmm.org/records/records1103/featured04.html Here we present the top downloaded ACM SIGMM articles from the ACM Digital Library, from July 2010 to June 2011. We are hoping that this list gives a much deserved exposure to the ACM SIGMM’s best ar… → Read More: Top 10 ACM SIGMM Downloads

HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

If you followed the #hcir2011 tweet stream, then you already know what I have to say: the Fifth Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR 2011) was an extraordinary success. We had about 100 people attending, 14 paper presentations, 28 posters, and 4 challenge entries, all packed into one intense day at Google’s beautiful […] → Read More: HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

If you followed the #hcir2011 tweet stream, then you already know what I have to say: the Fifth Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR 2011) was an extraordinary success. We had about 100 people attending, 14 paper presentations, 28 posters, and 4 challenge entries, all packed into one intense day at Google’s beautiful […] → Read More: HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

If you followed the #hcir2011 tweet stream, then you already know what I have to say: the Fifth Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR 2011) was an extraordinary success. We had about 100 people attending, 14 paper presentations, 28 posters, and 4 challenge entries, all packed into one intense day at Google’s beautiful […] → Read More: HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

If you followed the #hcir2011 tweet stream, then you already know what I have to say: the Fifth Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR 2011) was an extraordinary success. We had about 100 people attending, 14 paper presentations, 28 posters, and 4 challenge entries, all packed into one intense day at Google’s beautiful […] → Read More: HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

If you followed the #hcir2011 tweet stream, then you already know what I have to say: the Fifth Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR 2011) was an extraordinary success. We had about 100 people attending, 14 paper presentations, 28 posters, and 4 challenge entries, all packed into one intense day at Google’s beautiful […] → Read More: HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

If you followed the #hcir2011 tweet stream, then you already know what I have to say: the Fifth Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR 2011) was an extraordinary success. We had about 100 people attending, 14 paper presentations, 28 posters, and 4 challenge entries, all packed into one intense day at Google’s beautiful […] → Read More: HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!

If you followed the #hcir2011 tweet stream, then you already know what I have to say: the Fifth Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval (HCIR 2011) was an extraordinary success. We had about 100 people attending, 14 paper presentations, 28 posters, and 4 challenge entries, all packed into one intense day at Google’s beautiful […] → Read More: HCIR 2011: We Have Arrived!