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24EEShaojian Zhu, Yao Ma, Jinjuan Feng, Andrew Sears: Don't listen! I am dictating my password! ASSETS 2009: 229-230
23EEShaojian Zhu, Yao Ma, Jinjuan Feng, Andrew Sears: Speech-Based Navigation: Improving Grid-Based Solutions. INTERACT (1) 2009: 50-62
22EEAzene Zenebe, Claude Tuner, Jinjuan Feng, Jonathan Lazar, Mike O'Leary: Integrating usability and accessibility in information assurance education. SOUPS 2009
21EEJinjuan Feng, Shaojian Zhu, Ruimin Hu, Andrew Sears: Speech technology in real world environment: early results from a long term study. ASSETS 2008: 233-234
20EEJinjuan Feng, Jonathan Lazar, Libby Kumin, A. Ozok: Computer usage by young individuals with down syndrome: an exploratory study. ASSETS 2008: 35-42
19EEJonathan Holman, Jonathan Lazar, Jinjuan Feng, John D'Arcy: Developing usable CAPTCHAs for blind users. ASSETS 2007: 245-246
18EEJonathan Lazar, Gabriele Meiselwitz, Jinjuan Feng: Understanding Web Credibility: A Synthesis of the Research Literature. Foundations and Trends in Human-Computer Interaction 1(2): 139-202 (2007)
17EEJonathan Lazar, Jinjuan Feng, Aaron Allen: Determining the impact of computer frustration on the mood of blind users browsing the web. ASSETS 2006: 149-156
16EEClare-Marie Karat, John Karat, Carolyn Brodie, Jinjuan Feng: Evaluating interfaces for privacy policy rule authoring. CHI 2006: 83-92
15EEJinjuan Feng, Andrew Sears, Clare-Marie Karat: A longitudinal evaluation of hands-free speech-based navigation during dictation. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 64(6): 553-569 (2006)
14EEKathleen J. Price, Min Lin, Jinjuan Feng, Rich Goldman, Andrew Sears, Julie A. Jacko: Motion does matter: an examination of speech-based text entry on the move. Universal Access in the Information Society 4(3): 246-257 (2006)
13EELina Zhou, Jinjuan Feng, Andrew Sears, Yongmei Shi: Applying the Naïve Bayes Classifier to Assist Users in Detecting Speech Recognition Errors. HICSS 2005
12EEJohn Karat, Clare-Marie Karat, Carolyn Brodie, Jinjuan Feng: Designing Natural Language and Structured Entry Methods for Privacy Policy Authoring. INTERACT 2005: 671-684
11EECarolyn Brodie, Clare-Marie Karat, John Karat, Jinjuan Feng: Usable security and privacy: a case study of developing privacy management tools. SOUPS 2005: 35-43
10EEJinjuan Feng, Clare-Marie Karat, Andrew Sears: How productivity improves in hands-free continuous dictation tasks: lessons learned from a longitudinal study. Interacting with Computers 17(3): 265-289 (2005)
9EEJohn Karat, Clare-Marie Karat, Carolyn Brodie, Jinjuan Feng: Privacy in information technology: Designing to enable privacy policy management in organizations. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 63(1-2): 153-174 (2005)
8EEKathleen J. Price, Min Lin, Jinjuan Feng, Rich Goldman, Andrew Sears, Julie A. Jacko: Data Entry on the Move: An Examination of Nomadic Speech-Based Text Entry. User Interfaces for All 2004: 460-471
7EEJinjuan Feng, Andrew Sears: Using confidence scores to improve hands-free speech based navigation in continuous dictation systems. ACM Trans. Comput.-Hum. Interact. 11(4): 329-356 (2004)
6EEJinjuan Feng, Jonathan Lazar, Jenny Preece: Empathy and online interpersonal trust: A fragile relationship. Behaviour & IT 23(2): 97-106 (2004)
5EEJinjuan Feng: Modeling command selection for speech-based applications. CHI Extended Abstracts 2003: 680-681
4EEJinjuan Feng, Jennifer Preece, Jonathan Lazar: Interpersonal trust and empathy online: a fragile relationship. CHI Extended Abstracts 2003: 718-719
3EEJinjuan Feng: Improving speech-based navigation during dictation. CHI Extended Abstracts 2002: 844-845
2 Kwesi Oseitutu, Jinjuan Feng, Andrew Sears, Clare-Marie Karat: Speech recognition for data entry by individuals with spinal cord injuries. HCI 2001: 402-406
1EEAndrew Sears, Clare-Marie Karat, Kwesi Oseitutu, Azfar S. Karimullah, Jinjuan Feng: Productivity, satisfaction, and interaction strategies of individuals with spinal cord injuries and traditional users interacting with speech recognition software. Universal Access in the Information Society 1(1): 4-15 (2001)

Coauthor Index

1Aaron Allen [17]
2Carolyn Brodie [9] [11] [12] [16]
3John D'Arcy [19]
4Rich Goldman [8] [14]
5Jonathan Holman [19]
6Ruimin Hu [21]
7Julie A. Jacko [8] [14]
8Clare-Marie Karat [1] [2] [9] [10] [11] [12] [15] [16]
9John Karat [9] [11] [12] [16]
10Azfar S. Karimullah [1]
11Libby Kumin [20]
12Jonathan Lazar [4] [6] [17] [18] [19] [20] [22]
13Min Lin [8] [14]
14Yao Ma [23] [24]
15Gabriele Meiselwitz [18]
16Mike O'Leary [22]
17Kwesi Oseitutu [1] [2]
18A. Ozok [20]
19Jennifer Preece (Jenny Preece) [4] [6]
20Kathleen J. Price [8] [14]
21Andrew Sears [1] [2] [7] [8] [10] [13] [14] [15] [21] [23] [24]
22Yongmei Shi [13]
23Claude Tuner [22]
24Azene Zenebe [22]
25Lina Zhou [13]
26Shaojian Zhu [21] [23] [24]

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