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- Andrew Pringle, Abraham G. Campbell, Stefanie Hutka, Alberto Torrasso, Colin Couper, Fabian Strunden, Ján Bajana, Kamil Jastzab, Ralph Croly, Rob Quigley, Ross McKiernan, Paul Sweeney, Mark T. Keane:
[Poster] Using an Industry-Ready AR HMD on a Real Maintenance Task: AR Benefits Performance on Certain Task Steps More Than Others. ISMAR Adjunct 2018: 236-241
- Katrin S. Lohan, Amol A. Deshmukh, Ruth Aylett:
How can a robot signal its incapability to perform a certain task to humans in an acceptable manner? RO-MAN 2014: 814-819
- Nikolaos Cheimarios, E. D. Koronaki, Andreas G. Boudouvis:
Enabling a commercial computational fluid dynamics code to perform certain nonlinear analysis tasks. Computers & Chemical Engineering 35(12): 2632-2645 (2011)
- Margarida Romero:
How Sure Are You? Impact of the Degree of Certainty Shared Display in Collaborative Computer-Based Decision Making Task. WSKS 2011: 612-617
- Minoru Nakayama, Yosiyuki Takahasi:
Estimation of certainty for multiple choice tasks using features of eye-movements. ETRA 2008: 73-76
- Catalina Cocianu, Luminita State, Panayiotis M. Vlamos, Viorica Stefanescu:
On the Efficiency of a Certain Class of Noise Removal Algorithms in Solving Image Processing Tasks. ICINCO (3) 2004: 320-323
- Shubhra Sankar Ray, Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, Pabitra Mitra, Sankar K. Pal:
Neurocomputing for Certain Bioinformatics Tasks. MSRAS 2004: 439-454
- Hussein A. H. Ibrahim, John R. Kender, David Elliot Shaw:
On the application of massively parallel SIMD tree machines to certain intermediate-level vision tasks. Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing 36(1): 53-75 (1986)
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