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Roberts, John
February 2nd, 2007 under Grad Students, Uncategorized

Graduate student, Computer Science Dept., UC Santa Barbara
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John RobertsJohn Roberts is a doctoral student in Computer Science at UC Santa Barbara who currently holds a fellowship in the National Science Foundation IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship program) at UCSB on Interactive Digital Media. His current research focuses on providing support for penbased interaction in video segmentation. Additional research interests include Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), especially as it intersects with Personal Information Management, and Ubiquitous Computing. Roberts took his M.S. in Computer Science from San Francisco State U. in 2005 with a thesis titled “Browsing in Large, Time-Dependent Data Set” (pdf). His co-authored papers (published or forthcoming) include: “Visualizations for Browsing in Large Datasets‿ (pdf); “Making Favorites Useful‿ (pdf); “Easy and Effective Virtual Tours on the World Wide Web‿ (The Society for Imaging Science and Technology, Internet Imaging VI. San Jose, CA, USA, January 18-20, 2005); “An Interface Markup Language for Web3D‿ (pdf); and “Histogram-Based Visualizations for Large, Time-Dependent Data Sets‿ (pdf).

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