Author: Christopher P. Lueg

Dr. Christopher Lueg is Professor of Computing at the University of Tasmania. His research interests tend to manifest at the intersection of computer science, information science and cognitive science. Active research areas include information sharing in online communities, spam filtering and digital redlining (and more general questions of information access and equity), context awareness and mobile wayfinding support. He edited (with Danyel Fisher, Microsoft Research) the book From Usenet to CoWebs: Interacting with Social Information Spaces published by Springer in the CSCW series.

Publications

Publication period start: 2006
Publication period end: 2007
Number of co-authors: 5

Co-authors

Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Mihai Roturu
1
Sam Martin
1
Nicola J. Bidwell
2

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
Christoph Goth
3
Sam Martin
3
Nicola J. Bidwell
11

Publications

Lueg, Christopher P., Goth, Christoph, Bidwell, Nicola J. (2006): Learning from insects?: towards supporting reflective exploration of unfamiliar areas of i. In: Proceedings of CHINZ06, the ACM SIGCHI New Zealand Chapters International Conference on Computer-Human Interaction , 2006, . pp. 91-97. https://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1152760.1152772

Bidwell, Nicola J., Lemmon, Collin, Roturu, Mihai, Lueg, Christopher P. (2007): Exploring Terra Incognita: Wayfinding Devices for Games. In: Fourth Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment IE 2007 3-5 December 2007, 2007, Melbourne, Australia. https://www.ie.rmit.edu.au/index.htm

Lueg, Christopher P., Martin, Sam (2007): Users Dealing with Spam and Spam Filters: Some Observations and Recommendations. In: 7th ACM SIGCHI New Zealand chapters international conference on Computer-human interaction design centered HCI , 2007, Hamilton, NZ. pp. 67-72.