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ACM CHI+GI 1987 + CHI 1991 Issue 26 - Research Human interaction (1989)
A scenario is an idealised but detailed description of a specific instance of human-computer interaction. A set of scenarios can be used as a "filter bank" to weed out theories...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Methodology; Research Strategy; Scenarios; Scope and Accuracy of Models;
Duration: 00:10:19
Popularity (downloads): 492
 
NASA Connect - VT -Scale Modeling (2004)
NASA Connect segment exploring what it means to scale and why scientists use scale models and drawings. The video also explores math terms that are associated with scale models and...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Scale Models; Scale Drawings; Centimeter; Kilometer; Ratios;
Duration: 00:08:29
Popularity (downloads): 1384
 
NASASciFiles - Models and Testing (2004)
NASA Sci Files segment exploring the engineering design process involving models and how models are tested.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Engineering Design Process; Fuel; Lift; Drag; Weight; Thrust; Forces of Flight; Research; Model; Testing; Aircraft; Scale; Ratio; F-18; Design; Wind Tunnel; Safety; Environmentally Friendly; Blended Wing Body; Subsonic; Efficiency; Wing Span;
Duration: 00:03:19
Popularity (downloads): 1635
 
NASASciFiles - Models (2001)
NASA Sci Files segment explaining models, why they are important, and how they are made.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Scale Model; Wind Tunnel; Design; Blended Wing Body; Mold; Computer Aided Design; Engineers; Profile; Drawings;
Duration: 00:02:09
Popularity (downloads): 1283
 
NASAConnect - MMOU - Expanding Universe Activity (2004)
NASA Connect Segment involving students in an activity to create a model of the expanding galaxy with a balloon. It explains how scientists use models for observation and how...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Student Activity; Models; Graphs; Data; Universe; Galaxy;
Duration: 00:05:14
Popularity (downloads): 2609
 
NASA Connect - XPG - Model Testing (2004)
NASA Connect segment explaining how models are tested to create more efficient designs. The video explores the new X-33 engine and explains what engineers learn from scale models.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Model; Scale; Testing; Engineers; Design; Linear Aerospike Engine; Conventional Engines; X-33; Nozzle; Ramp; Bell-Shape; Vertical Stabilizer; Space Vehicle; Venture Star;
Duration: 00:01:57
Popularity (downloads): 1491
 
Triangle Blogger Conference 2005 part 6 (2007)


Genre: Educational
Keywords: SILS; UNC-CH; blog; blogger; blogging; triangle; conference; internet; accuracy; truth; objectivity; watchdog; authority; expertise; blogoshpere;
Duration: 00:23:27
Popularity (downloads): 15
 
Query previews in networked information systems - the case of EOSDIS (2000)
Query Previews allow users to rapidly gain an understanding of the content and scope of a digital data collection. These previews present overviews of abstracted metadata enabling users to rapidly...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;
Duration: 00:07:01
Popularity (downloads): 990
 
Illuminating Clay: A 3-D Tangible Interface for Landscape Analysis (2002)
Video presentation from the 2002 CHI conference. This paper describes a novel system for the real-time computational analysis of landscape models. Users of the system called Illuminating Clay...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI: Tangible user interface; 3D laser scanner; landscape design; physical models; GIS; DEM
Duration: 00:02:06
Popularity (downloads): 819
 
NASA Connect - BHFSTE - Estimate and Measure (2004)
NASA Connect Segment exploring the mathematical concepts estimation and measurement. The video relates these concepts to daily activities and to health and nutrition.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Measurement; Estimation; Precision; Accuracy; Nutrition
Duration: 00:05:10
Popularity (downloads): 975
 

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