Who/What Is?<br />This paper is Professor Bilge Mutlu’s most cited paper.<br />This author is listed in Microsoft Academic Search with the highest h-index of 57 for authors in human computer interaction. <br />This h-index is listed in Scholar Index for the UW Madison Psychology chair, Patricia Devine.<br />This is the number of conferences in Microsoft Academic Search that are related to the query human computer interaction. <br />This journal has the highest impact factor listed in the Journal Citation Database (JCR) for Computer Science – Cybernetics.<br />This journal has the highest eigenfactor listed in JCR for Computer Science – Cybernetics.<br />This journal has the highest SJR score listed in Scimago for human-computer Interaction.<br />This open access journal is listed in Ulrichs database for title keywords human computer Interaction.<br />This thesis was added to the Minds@UW UW-Madison College of Engineering- Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering collection with a date of: Dec.15, 2010.<br />This is the number of downloads listed in ACM in the last 12 months for the HRI '10:Proceeding of the 5th ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction. <br />
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