Category Archives: Papers

New book chapter: Playing with Traffic: An Emerging Methodology for Developing Gamified Mobility Applications

Our chapter Playing with Traffic: An Emerging Methodology for Developing Gamified Mobility Applications by M Kracheel,  R McCall and V. Koenig is now available in the book: Emerging Perspectives on the Design, Use, and Evaluation of Mobile and Handheld Devices edited by … Continue reading

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New Publications Coming Out This Month

The following papers are scheduled to be presented at two different conferences later this month, I will make them available after the events are over on this blog. Assessing In-Vehicle Information Systems application in the car: a versatile tool and … Continue reading

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A Guide to Writing Academic Papers

A quick guide for those who are perhaps new to writing academic papers. When I first started writing academic papers (as a PhD student) it would be fair to say they were not of the best quality; they are also … Continue reading

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New Paper/Nouvel Article: Applications embarquées/mobiles dans la voiture : quels outils pour la conception et l’évaluation?

Applications embarquées/mobiles dans la voiture : quels outils pour la conception et l’évaluation? Louveton, N., Koenig, V., Avanesov, T., McCall, R. 7ème Colloque de Psychologie ergonomique EPIQUE 2013 Activités humaines, Technologies et Bien-être Bruxelles, 10 – 12 juillet 2013 Abstract: Les systèmes d’infotainment embarqués dans … Continue reading

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Updated: Vehicular Applications and Gamification Papers

Here is a list of the main papers from this website that explore using gamification to reduce traffic congestion. The work is drawn from research in how to apply vehicular networking technology to reduce traffic congestion. The first paper explores … Continue reading

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