Here are some resouces on how to read Scientific Papers:
Example Papers to Compare in Class
- Manipulation of an Emotional Experience by Real-time Deformed Facial Feedback
Yoshida, Sakurai, Narumi, Tanikawa, Hirose. AH 2013.
- FaceShare: Mirroring with Pseudo-Smile Enriches Video Chat Communications
Suzuki, Yokoyama, Yoshida, Mohizuki, Yamada, Narumi, Tanikawa, Hirose. CHI 2017.
- Low-Cost Multi-Touch Sensing through Frustrated Total Internal Reflection
Han. UIST 2005.
When you are presenting a paper:
You will have 15 minutes to present. Shorter papers can be half of that time. Please address the following when you are presenting a paper:
- Provide an overview of the paper - address its goals, methods, results, and discussion. Highlight any important figures or tables.
- Evaluate the paper in terms of its contributions/significance, originality, validity, and clarity. You can refer to other papers if you wish.
- What possible applications or future work of this paper?
- Are there any shortcomings? How would you have done this work?
- Please give the class two topics of discussion on this paper. It can be anything related to the paper, whether it's to do with its methodology, applications, anything you think needs to be highlighted or is of interest.
If you go to the USF Speaking Center to practice your presentation, you will receive extra credit. Please bring the slip provided by the Speaking Center with you to class to receive your extra credit.
Late policy: Assignments submitted late will be penalized 20 percent (of the possible points) per day for 2 days, with no credit thereafter.
Writing a report on a paper:
For each week of paper presentations, either write one detailed report on one long or two detailed reports on two short papers. The long paper report should be one-page single spaced. The shorter reports can be three-quarters of a page single-spaced each. Please include the following in your detailed report:
- What are the contributions of this paper? Is it significant?
- Please assess its originality, validity, and clarity in detail, talk about specific parts of the paper for each.
- What possible applications or future work could you envision that would be of interest to you?
In addition, please provide 2 group discussion points for all papers for that week.
Please put all the information into one file and upload it onto the Canvas Paper Presentation assignment page. Please put your name on the report and in the title of your report.
Paper Presentations 5 In Class April 19. Reports due in midnight April 18
- Pay Attention! Designing Adaptive Agents that Monitor and Improve User Engagement
Szafir, Mutlu. CHI 2012
- Effects of Pedagogical Agent's Personality and Emotional Feedback Strategy on Chinese Students' Learning Experiences and Performance: A Study Based on Virtual Tai Chi Training Studio
Bian, Yang, Guan, Gao, Shen, Meng. CHI 2016
- Multimodal Analysis of the Implicit Affective Channel in Computer-Mediated Textual Communication
Grafsgaard, Fulton, Boyer, Wiebe, Lester. ICMI 2012
Paper Presentations 4 In Class April 5. Reports due in midnight April 4
- Influencing Visual Judgment through Affective Priming
Harrison, Skau, Franconeri, Lu, Chang. CHI 2013
- Predicting Voice Elicited Emotions
Li, Contreras, Salazar. KDD 2015
- Yo!: Enriching Emotional Quality of Single-Button Messengers through Kinetic Typography
Kim, Choi, Suk. DIS 2016 (Note).
- On the Effectiveness of Emotion Extraction Techniques
Moshfeghi, Jose. OAIR 2013 (Note).