Research in the Large 3.0

Launching mobile research apps? Digging through big data from mobile services? Want to share experiences, methods and techniques? Join us for our third Research in the Large workshop at MobileHCI’12 in San Francisco!

Submit your app and/or data experiences: Deadline May 25th, Workshop Sept 21st.

Also, our Research in the Large 1.0 special issue in the International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction has been out for a while. (Preface here, all articles after the break)

Special issue on Research in the Large (Int. Journal of Mobile HCI, 2011, Issue 4)

An introduction to Research in the Large. Guest Editorial Preface
Henriette Cramer, Mattias Rost (Mobile Life @ SICS), Frank Bentley (Motorola Mobility)

A Comparison of Distribution Channels for Large-Scale Deployments of iOS Applications
Donald McMillan, Alistair Morrison, and Matthew Chalmers (University of Glasgow, UK)
Pre-print pdf

WorldCupinion Experiences with an Android App for Real-Time Opinion Sharing During Soccer World Cup Games
Robert Schleicher, Alireza Sahami Shirazi, Michael Rohs, Sven Kratz , and Albrecht Schmidt (Technical University of Berlin, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, University of Duisburg-Essen and University of Stuttgart, Germany)
Pre-print pdf

SGVis: Analysis of Data From Mass Participation Ubicomp Trials
Alistair Morrison, and Matthew Chalmers (University of Glasgow, UK)
Pre-print pdf

Experimenting Through Mobile ‘Apps’ and ‘App Stores’.
Paul Coulton, and Will Bamford (Lancaster University, UK)

My App is an Experiment: Experience from User Studies in Mobile App Stores
Niels Henze, Martin Pielot, Benjamin Poppinga, Torben Schinke, and Susanne Boll (OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology, Worldiety GbR, University of Oldenburg, Germany)
Pre-print pdf


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