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Rind, A., Aigner, W., Wagner, M., Miksch, S., & Lammarsch, T. (2016). Task Cube: A Three-Dimensional Conceptual Space of User Tasks in Visualization Design and Evaluation. Information Visualization, 15(4), 288–300.
Siragy, T., Doppler, J., Gorgas, A.-M., Dlapka, R., Iber, M., Kiselka, A., … Horsak, B. (2016). Framework for Real-time Auditory Display of Plantar Pressure during Walking. In Tagungsband des 10. Forschungsforum der Österreichischen Fachhochschulen. Wien, Österreich.
Horsak, B., Heller, M., & Baca, A. (2015). Muscle co-contraction around the knee when walking with unstable shoes. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology: Official Journal of the International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology, (25), 175–181.
Horsak, B., Iber, M., Bauer, K., Kiselka, A., Gorgas, A.-M., Dlapka, R., & Doppler, J. (2015). A wireless instrumented insole device for real-time sonification of gait. In Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Auditory Display (pp. 94–101). Graz, Austria.
Iber, M., Horsak, B., Bauer, K., Kiselka, A., Gorgas, A.-M., Dlapka, R., & Doppler, J. (2015). Pilotstudie zur sonifikationsgestützten Ganganalyse. In Forum Medientechnik - Next Generation, New Ideas (pp. 51–68). FH St. Pölten: Verlag Werner Hülsbusch, Fachverlag für Medientechnik und -wirtschaft.
Kiselka, A., Gorgas, A.-M., Bauer, K., Dlapka, R., Gusenbauer, M., Doppler, J., & Horsak, B. (2015). Demands on a mobile auditory feedback system for gait rehabilitation. In Tagungsband des 9. Forschungsforum der Österreichischen Fachhochschulen. Hagenberg, Österreich.
Lampel, K., Horsak, B., Brauneis, W., & Doppler, J. (2015). Development of an educational software for observational gait analysis in physical therapy. In International Neurology and Rehabilitation Meeting - Abstract Book. Istanbul, Turkey.
Wagner, M., Fischer, F., Luh, R., Haberson, A., Rind, A., Keim, D. A., & Aigner, W. (2015). A Survey of Visualization Systems for Malware Analysis. In R. Borgo, F. Ganovelli, & I. Viola (Eds.), Eurographics Conference on Visualization (EuroVis) - STARs (pp. 105–125). Cagliari, Italy: The Eurographics Association.
Kiselka, A., Retz, I., Greisenberger, A., & Heller, M. (2014). Perception of muscular effort in multiple sclerosis during dynamic elbow extension muscle activity. In Congress Program. Basel: CongressMed.
Rind, A., Aigner, W., Wagner, M., Miksch, S., & Lammarsch, T. (2014). User Tasks for Evaluation: Untangling the Terminology Throughout Visualization Design and Development. In H. Lam, P. Isenberg, T. Isenberg, & M. Sedlmair (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Beyond Time and Errors: Novel Evaluation Methods for Visualization (pp. 9–15). ACM.
Wagner, M., Aigner, W., Rind, A., Dornhackl, H., Kadletz, K., Luh, R., & Tavolato, P. (2014). Problem Characterization and Abstraction for Visual Analytics in Behavior-Based Malware Pattern Analysis. In L. Harrison (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eleventh Workshop on Visualization for Cyber Security (pp. 9–16). Paris: ACM.
Kiselka, A., Greisberger, A., & Heller, M. (2013). Perception of muscular effort in multiple sclerosis. NeuroRehabilitation, 32(2), 415–423.
Rubisch, J., Doppler, J., Schuster, S., & Raffaseder, H. (2012). Semantic Movie Scene Annotation for Rapid Prototyping of Score Music. In Proceedings of the ICMC2012 Conference. Ljubljana (Slowenien).
Rubisch, J., Doppler, J., Schuster, S., & Raffaseder, H. (2012). Accessibility considerations in designing a layperson"s application for score music description. In Proceedings of the 7th Audio Mostly Conference: A Conference on Interaction with Sound (pp. 98–105). Corfu, Greece: ACM Press.
Doppler, J., Rubisch, J., Jaksche, M., & Raffaseder, H. (2011). RaPScoM: Towards composition strategies in a rapid score music prototyping framework. In Proceedings of the Audio Mostly Conference. Coimbra, Portugal.
Rubisch, J., Doppler, J., & Raffaseder, H. (2011). RaPScoM - A Framework for Rapid Prototyping of Semantically Enhanced Score Music. In Proceedings of the 8th Sound and Music Computing Conference. Padova, Italy.