Number of co-authors:15
Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:W. Keith Edwards:3Dongman Lee:2Andy Crabtree:1
Jeonghwa Yang's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:Steve Benford:121Tom Rodden:105W. Keith Edwards:62
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Publications by Jeonghwa Yang (bibliography)
Yang, Jeonghwa, Edwards, W. Keith and Haslem, David (2010): Eden: supporting home network management through interactive visual tools. In: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2010. pp. 109-118.
As networking moves into the home, home users are increasingly being faced with complex network management chores. Previous research, however, has demonstrated the difficulty many users have in managing their networks. This difficulty is compounded by the fact that advanced network management tools -- such as those developed for the enterprise -- are generally too complex for home users, do not support the common tasks they face, and are not a good fit for the technical peculiarities of the home. This paper presents Eden, an interactive, direct manipulation home network management system aimed at end users. Eden supports a range of common tasks, and provides a simple conceptual model that can help users understand key aspects of networking better. The system leverages a novel home network router that acts as a "dropin" replacement for users' current router. We demonstrate that Eden not only improves the user experience of networking, but also aids users in forming workable conceptual models of how the network works.
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Grinter, Rebecca E., Edwards, W. Keith, Chetty, Marshini, Poole, Erika S., Sung, Ja-Young, Yang, Jeonghwa, Crabtree, Andy, Tolmie, Peter, Rodden, Tom, Greenhalgh, Chris and Benford, Steve (2009): The ins and outs of home networking: The case for useful and usable domestic networking. In ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 16 (2) p. 8.
Householders are increasingly adopting home networking as a solution to the demands created by the presence of multiple computers, devices, and the desire to access the Internet. However, current network solutions are derived from the world of work (and initially the military) and provide poor support for the needs of the home. We present the key findings to emerge from empirical studies of home networks in the UK and US. The studies reveal two key kinds of work that effective home networking relies upon: one, the technical work of setting up and maintaining the home network, and the other, the collaborative and socially organized work of the home which the network is embedded in and supports. The two are thoroughly intertwined and rely upon one another for their realization, yet neither is adequately supported by current networking technologies and applications. Explication of the "work to make the home network work" opens up the design space for the continued integration of the home network in domestic life and elaboration of future support. Key issues for development include the development of networking facilities that do not require advanced networking knowledge, that are flexible and support the local social order of the home and the evolution of its routines, and which ultimately make the home network visible and accountable to household members.
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Yang, Jeonghwa, Schilit, Bill N. and McDonald, David W. (2008): Activity Recognition for the Digital Home. In IEEE Computer, 41 (4) pp. 102-104.
Yang, Jeonghwa and Edwards, W. Keith (2007): ICEbox: Toward Easy-to-Use Home Networking. In: Baranauskas, Maria Cecília Calani, Palanque, Philippe A., Abascal, Julio and Barbosa, Simone Diniz Junqueira (eds.) DEGAS 2007 - Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Design and Evaluation of e-Government Applications and Services September 11th, 2007, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. pp. 197-210.
Lee, Dongman, Yang, Jeonghwa and Hyun, Soon J. (2000): Scalable predictive concurrency control for large distributed virtual environments with densely populated objects. In: VRST 2000 2000. pp. 109-114.
Yang, Jeonghwa and Lee, Dongman (2000): Scalable Prediction Based Concurrency Control for Distributed Virtual Environments. In: VR 2000 2000. pp. 151-.
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