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Publications

Research stuff I’ve written over the years.

2011

  • Patti Bao, Jeff Pierce, Steve Whittaker, and Shumin Zhai.
    Smart phone use by non-mobile business users.
    MobileHCI 2011, pages 445-454.
  • Kim Weaver, Huahai Yang, Shumin Zhai, and Jeff Pierce.
    Understanding information preview in mobile email processing.
    MobileHCI 2011, pages 303-312.
  • Sunyoung Kim, Christine Robson, Tom Zimmerman, Jeff Pierce, and Eben Haber.
    Creek Watch: Pairing Usefulness and Usability for Successful Citizen Science.
    CHI 2011, pages 2125-2134.

2009

  • Min Yin, Jeffrey Pierce, and Shumin Zhai.
    Phone n’ Computer: teaming up an information appliance with a PC.
    Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 2009.

2008

  • David Dearman and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    “It’s on my other computer!”: Computing with Multiple Devices.
    CHI 2008, pages 1144-1153.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce and Jeffrey Nichols.
    An Infrastructure for Extending Applications’ User Experiences Across Multiple Personal Devices.
    UIST 2008, pages 101-110.

2007

  • John C. Tang, James Lin, Jeffrey S. Pierce, Steve Whittaker, and Clemens Drews.
    Recent Shortcuts: Using Recent Interactions to Support Shared Activities.
    CHI 2007, pages 1263-1272.

2006

  • Jeffrey S. Pierce and Randy Pausch.
    Generating 3D Interaction Techniques by Identifying and Breaking Assumptions.
    Virtual Reality.
  • Steve Cousins, Craig Tashman, and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    Exploring Multi-Device Task Management.
    UIST 2006 refereed poster.
  • Steve Cousins, Craig Tashman, and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    Exploring Multi-Device Task Management.
    UIST 2006 refereed demonstration.
  • John J. Barton and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    Quantifying Magic in Ubicomp Systems Scenarios.
    UbiSys 2006 position paper.
  • Heather M. Hutchings and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    Understanding the Whethers, Hows, and Whys of Divisible Interfaces.
    Advanced Visual Interfaces 2006, pages 274-277.
  • Olufisayo Omojokun, Jeffrey S. Pierce, Charles L. Isbell, Jr., and Prasun Dewan.
    Comparing End-User and Intelligent Remote Control Interface Generation.
    Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 10(2-3), April 2006, pages 136-143.
  • Charles Isbell, David Roberts, Sooraj Bhat, Brian Cooper, and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    A Decision-Theoretic Approach to File Consistency in Constrained Peer-to-Peer Device Networks.
    Fifth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents & Multi Agent Systems, 2006.

2005

  • Jeff Pierce.
    Serendipitous Sharing through Personal Information Environments.
    receiver, volume 14, November 2005.
  • Juwon Ahn and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    SEREFE: Serendipitous File Exchange Between Users and Devices.
    Mobile HCI 2005, pages 39-46.
  • Ken Hinckley, Jeff Pierce, Eric Horvitz, and Mike Sinclair.
    Foreground and Background Interaction with Sensor-Enhanced Mobile Devices.
    ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 12(1), 31-52.
  • Charles L. Isbell and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    An IP Continuum for Adaptive Interface Design.
    Invited paper, Design of Personal Task Environments session, HCI International 2005.
  • Olufisayo Omojokun, Jeffrey S. Pierce, Charles L. Isbell, Jr., and Prasun Dewan.
    Comparing End-User and Intelligent Remote Control Interface Generation.
    3rd Interactional Conference on Appliance Design, 2005.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce and Heather M. Hutchings.
    Tool Support for Divisible Interfaces.
    CHI 2005 Workshop on the Future of User Interface Design Tools.

2004

  • Shwetak N. Patel, Jeffrey S. Pierce, and Gregory D. Abowd.
    A Gesture-based Authentication Scheme for Untrusted Public Terminals
    UIST 2004, pages 157-160.
  • Brian M. Landry, Jeffrey S. Pierce, and Charles L. Isbell, Jr.
    Supporting Routine Decision-Making with a Next-Generation Alarm Clock.
    2nd International Conference on Appliance Design, 2004, pages 30-36.
  • Brian M. Landry, Jeffrey S. Pierce, and Charles L. Isbell, Jr.
    Supporting Routine Decision-Making with a Next-Generation Alarm Clock.
    Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, vol. 8 nos. 3-4, pages 154-160.
  • Charles L. Isbell, Jr., Olufisayo Omojokun, and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    From Devices to Tasks: Automatic Task Prediction for Personalized Appliance Control.
    2nd International Conference on Appliance Design, 2004, pages 23-29.
  • Charles L. Isbell, Jr., Olufisayo Omojokun, and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    From Devices to Tasks: Automatic Task Prediction for Personalized Appliance Control.
    Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, vol. 8 nos. 3-4, pages 146-153.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce and Randy Pausch.
    Navigation with Place Representations and Visible Landmarks.
    IEEE VR 2004, pages 173-180.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce and Heather E. Mahaney.
    Opportunistic Annexing for Handheld Devices: Opportunities and Challenges.
    Human-Computer Interface Consortium 2004
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2003

  • Jeffrey S. Pierce and Randy Pausch.
    Specifying Interaction Surfaces Using Interaction Maps.
    2003 Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics, pages 189-192.
  • Gillian Hayes, Jeffrey S. Pierce, and Gregory D. Abowd.
    Practices for Capturing Short Important Thoughts.
    CHI2003 Extended Abstracts, pages 904-905.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    Introducing Alice to a Squeak Wonderland.
    First IEEE Conference on Creating, Connecting, and Collaborating through Computing, 2003, pages 40-43.

2002

  • Jeffrey S. Pierce and Randy Pausch.
    Comparing Voodoo Dolls and HOMER: Exploring the Importance of Feedback in Virtual Environments.
    ACM CHI 2002, pages 105-112.

2001

  • Jeff Pierce.
    Alice in a Squeak Wonderland.
    In Squeak: Open Personal Computing and Multimedia,
    Mark Guzdial and Kim Rose editors, Prentice Hall, July 2001.

2000

  • Ken Hinckley, Jeff Pierce, Mike Sinclar, and Eric Horvitz.
    Sensing Techniques for Mobile Interaction.
    ACM UIST 2000, CHI Letters 2(2), pages 91-100.
    Best Paper Award.
  • Matt Conway, Jeffrey S. Pierce, Randy Pausch, et al.
    Alice: Lessons Learned from Building a 3D System for Novices.
    ACM CHI 2000, pages 486-493.

1999

  • Jeffrey S. Pierce, Randy Pausch, Chris Sturgill, Kevin Christiansen.
    Designing A Successful HMD-Based Experience.
    PRESENCE, vol. 8 no. 4, August 1999, pages 469-473.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce, Brian Stearns, Randy Pausch.
    Two Handed Manipulation of Voodoo Dolls in Virtual Environments.
    1999 Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics, pages 141-145.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce, Matt Conway, Maarten Van Dantzich, George Robertson.
    Toolspaces and Glances.
    1999 Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics, pages 163-168.

1998

  • Jeffrey S. Pierce, Randy Pausch, et al.
    Alice: Easy to Learn Interactive 3D Graphics.
    CHI 98 Conference Companion, pages 26-27.

1997

  • Jeffrey S. Pierce, Andrew Forsberg, Matthew Conway, Seung Hong, and Robert Zeleznik.

    Image Plane Interaction Techniques in 3D Immersive Environments.
    1997 Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics, pages 39-43.

  • Jeffrey S. Pierce, Randy Pausch, et al.
    Alice: Easy to Use Interactive 3D Graphics.
    ACM UIST 1997, pages 77-78.

PhD Thesis

  • Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    Expanding the Interaction Lexicon for 3D Graphics.
    Ph.D. Thesis, Carnegie Mellon, November 2001.

Technical Reports

  • Heather M. Hutchings and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    DIAMOND: A Framework for Dividing Interfaces Across Multiple Opportunistically aNnexed Devices.
    GVU Technical Report GIT-GVU-05-21.
  • Heather E. Mahaney and Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    Studying Handheld Device Use to Identify Areas for Improvement.
    GVU Technical Report GIT-GVU-04-14.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce, Randy Pausch.
    Specifying Interaction Surfaces Using Interaction Maps.
    CMU-CS-01-100, January 2001.
  • Jeffrey S. Pierce.
    Expanding the Interaction Lexicon for 3D Graphics. Ph.D. Thesis.
    CMU-CS-01-160, November 2001.