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  • Reading text in an immersive head-mounted display: An investigation into displaying desktop interfaces in a 3D virtual environment

    Grout, Cameron; Rogers, Bill; Apperley, Mark; Jones, Steve (ACM, 2015)
    This paper describes an experiment conducted as part of a larger project investigating the possibilities of using a virtual environment for users performing day-to-day computing tasks. The experiment is a user study analyzing ...
  • SEPSen: Semantic event processing at the sensor nodes for energy efficient wireless sensor networks

    Kasi, Mumraiz Khan; Hinze, Annika; Legg, Catherine; Jones, Steve (ACM, 2012)
    Traditionally in WSNs, the sensor nodes are used only for capturing data that is then later analyzed in the more powerful gateway nodes. This requires a continuous communication that wastes energy at the sensor nodes and ...
  • A review of user interface adaption in current semantic web browsers

    Turner, Emmanuel; Hinze, Annika; Jones, Steve (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2011-02-08)
    The semantic web is an example of an innumerable corpus because it contains innumerable subjects expressed using innumerable ontologies. This paper reviews current semantic web browsers to see if they can adaptively show ...
  • Interactive definition of single-user profiles for alerting systems

    Jung, Doris; Jones, Steve (ACM, 2010)
    This paper introduces Graphical Profile Definition Language (GPDL), a language for the definition of profiles for alerting systems, and an interactive system with which users can construct and edit GPDL-based profiles. In ...
  • Trails of experiences: Navigating personal memories

    Schweer, Andrea; Jones, Steve; Hinze, Annika (ACM, 2009)
    Systems to augment personal information aim to support people in remembering both past experiences and specific information associated with past experiences. These types of information go beyond those supported in systems ...
  • Beyond the Client-Server Model: Self-contained to Portable Digital Libraries

    Bainbridge, David; Jones, Steve; McIntosh, Samuel John; Witten, Ian H.; Jones, Matt (Springer, 2008)
    We have created an experimental prototype that enhances an ordinary personal media player by adding digital library capabilities. It does not enable access to a remote digital library from a user’s PDA; rather, it runs a ...
  • Portable digital libraries on an iPod

    Bainbridge, David; Jones, Steve; McIntosh, Samuel John; Jones, Matt; Witten, Ian H. (ACM, 2008)
    This paper describes the facilities we built to run a self-contained digital library on an iPod. The digital library software used was the open source package Greenstone, and the paper highlights the technical problems ...
  • Running greenstone on an iPod

    Bainbridge, David; Jones, Steve; McIntosh, Samuel John; Jones, Matt; Witten, Ian H. (ACM, 2008)
    The open source digital library software Greenstone is demonstrated running on an iPod. The standalone configuration supports browsing, searching and displaying documents in a range of media formats. Plugged in to a host ...
  • ONTRACK: Dynamically adapting music playback to support navigation

    Jones, Matt; Jones, Steve; Bradley, Gareth; Warren, Nigel; Bainbridge, David; Holmes, Geoffrey (2008)
    Listening to music on personal, digital devices whilst mobile is an enjoyable, everyday activity. We explore a scheme for exploiting this practice to immerse listeners in navigation cues. Our prototype, ONTRACK, continuously ...
  • Digital libraries on an iPod: Beyond the client-server model

    Bainbridge, David; Jones, Steve; McIntosh, Samuel John; Jones, Matt (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2007-10-24)
    This paper describes an experimental system that enhanced an iPod with digital library capabilities. Using the open source digital library software Greenstone as a base, this paper more specifically maps out the technical ...
  • Navigation-by-music for pedestrians: an initial prototype and evaluation

    Jones, Matt; Bradley, Gareth; Jones, Steve; Holmes, Geoffrey (2006)
    Digital mobile music devices are phenomenally popular. The devices are becoming increasingly powerful with sophisticated interaction controls, powerful processors, vast onboard storage and network connectivity. While there ...
  • Improving photo searching interfaces for small-screen mobile computers

    Patel, Dynal; Marsden, Gary; Jones, Matt; Jones, Steve (ACM, 2006)
    In this paper, we conduct a thorough investigation of how people search their photo collections for events (a set of photographs relating to a particular well defined event), singles (individual photographs) and properties ...
  • Organizing digital music for use: an examination of personal music collections

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Jones, Matt; Jones, Steve (2004-10-01)
    Current research on music information retrieval and music digital libraries focuses on providing access to huge, public music collections. In this paper we consider a different, but related, problem: supporting an individual ...
  • Dynamic digital library construction and configuration

    Bainbridge, David; Don, Katherine J.; Buchanan, George; Witten, Ian H.; Jones, Steve; Jones, Matt; Barr, Malcolm I. (Springer, 2004)
    This paper describes a digital library architecture and implementation that is configurable, extensible and dynamic in the way it presents content and in the services it provides. The design manifests itself as a network ...
  • Using keyphrases as search result surrogates on small screen devices

    Jones, Steve; Jones, Matt; Deo, Shaleen (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2003-09)
    This paper investigates user interpretation of search result displays on small screen devices. Such devices present interesting design challenges given their limited display capabilities, particularly in relation to screen ...
  • An Evaluation of Document Keyphrase Sets

    Jones, Steve; Paynter, Gordon W. (2003)
    Keywords and keyphrases have many useful roles as document surrogates and descriptors, but the manual production of keyphrase metadata for large digital library collections is at best expensive and time-consuming, and at ...
  • Human evaluation of Kea, an automatic keyphrasing system.

    Jones, Steve; Paynter, Gordon W. (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2001-02-01)
    This paper describes an evaluation of the Kea automatic keyphrase extraction algorithm. Tools that automatically identify keyphrases are desirable because document keyphrases have numerous applications in digital library ...
  • Interactive document summarisation.

    Jones, Steve; Lundy, Stephen; Paynter, Gordon W. (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2001-02-01)
    This paper describes the Interactive Document Summariser (IDS), a dynamic document summarisation system, which can help users of digital libraries to access on-line documents more effectively. IDS provides dynamic control ...
  • Greenstone: A platform for distributed digital library applications

    Bainbridge, David; Buchanan, George; McPherson, John R.; Jones, Steve; Mahoui, Abdelaziz; Witten, Ian H. (Springer Berlin, 2001)
    This paper examines the issues surrounding distributed Digital Library protocols. First, it reviews three prominent digital library protocols: Z39.50, SDLIP, and Dienst, plus Greenstone’s own protocol. Then, we summarise ...
  • Hierarchical document clustering using automatically extracted keyphrases

    Jones, Steve; Mahoui, Malika (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 2000-10)
    In this paper we present a technique for automatically generating hierarchical clusters of documents. Our technique exploits document keyphrases as features of the document space to support clustering. In fact, we cluster ...
  • Managing complexity in a distributed digital library

    Witten, Ian H.; McNab, Rodger J.; Jones, Steve; Cunningham, Sally Jo; Bainbridge, David; Apperley, Mark (1999-02-01)
    As the capabilities of distributed digital libraries increase, managing organizational and software complexity becomes a key issue. How can collections and indexes be updated without impacting queries currently in progress? ...
  • Link as you type: using key phrases for automated dynamic link generation

    Jones, Steve (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1998-09)
    When documents are collected together from diverse sources they are unlikely to contain useful hypertext links to support browsing amongst them. For large collections of thousands of documents it is prohibitively resource ...
  • An analysis of usage of a digital library

    Jones, Steve; Cunningham, Sally Jo; McNab, Rodger J. (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1998-06)
    As experimental digital library testbeds gain wider acceptance and develop significant user bases, it becomes important to investigate the ways in which users interact with the systems in practice. Transaction logs are one ...
  • Managing multiple collections, multiple languages, and multiple media in a distributed digital library

    Witten, Ian H.; McNab, Rodger J.; Jones, Steve; Cunningham, Sally Jo; Bainbridge, David; Apperley, Mark (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1998-05)
    Managing the organizational and software complexity of a comprehensive digital library presents a significant challenge. Different library collections each have their own distinctive features. Different presentation languages ...
  • VQuery: a graphical user interface for Boolean query Specification and dynamic result preview

    Jones, Steve (University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science, 1998-03)
    Textual query languages based on Boolean logic are common amongst the search facilities of on-line information repositories. However, there is evidence to suggest that the syntactic and semantic demands of such languages ...
  • A graphical user interface for Boolean query specification

    Jones, Steve; McInnes, Shona (1997-12)
    On-line information repositories commonly provide keyword search facilities via textual query languages based on Boolean logic. However, there is evidence to suggest that the syntactical demands of such languages can lead ...
  • A dynamic and flexible representation of social relationships in CSCW

    Jones, Steve; Marsh, Steve (1997-01)
    CSCW system designers lack effective support in addressing the social issues and interpersonal relationships which are linked with the use of CSCW systems. We present a formal description of trust to support CSCW system ...
  • Design issues for World Wide Web navigation visualisation tools

    Cockburn, Andy; Jones, Steve (1997-01)
    The World Wide Web (WWW) is a successful hypermedia information space used by millions of people, yet it suffers from many deficiencies and problems in support for navigation around its vast information space. In this paper ...

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