Wally Smith
Wally Smith
Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
A case study of co-ordinative decision-making in disaster management
W Smith, J Dowell
Ergonomics 43 (8), 1153-1166, 2000
2082000
Incorporating a knowledge perspective into security risk assessments
P Shedden, R Scheepers, W Smith, A Ahmad
Vine 41 (2), 152-166, 2011
822011
Theatre of Use A Frame Analysis of Information Technology Demonstrations
W Smith
Social Studies of Science 39 (3), 449-480, 2009
622009
Information security risk assessment: towards a business practice perspective
P Shedden, W Smith, A Ahmad
School of Computer and Information Science, Edith Cowan University, Perth …, 2010
462010
A mobile app offering distractions and tips to cope with cigarette craving: a qualitative study
B Ploderer, W Smith, J Pearce, R Borland
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2 (2), 2014
392014
Quality of service parameters for commercial application of video telephony
W Wilson, F., Wakeman, I., & Smith
Human Factors in Telecommunication Symposium, 1993
37*1993
I Love All the Bits: The Materiality of Boardgames
MJ Rogerson, M Gibbs, W Smith
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2016
352016
Linguistic basicness and colour information processing
MWS Davies, Ian RL, Greville G. Corbett, G. Laws, H. McGurk, AE St G. Moss
International Journal of Psychology 26 (3), 311-327, 1991
341991
Interactive technology and human–animal encounters at the zoo
S Webber, M Carter, W Smith, F Vetere
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 98, 150-168, 2017
322017
Patterns of support in an online community for smoking cessation
B Ploderer, W Smith, S Howard, J Pearce, R Borland
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Communities and …, 2013
322013
Towards a knowledge perspective in information security risk assessments–an illustrative case study
P Shedden, W Smith, R Scheepers, A Ahmad
Proceedings of the 20th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 74-84, 2009
262009
Kinecting with Orangutans: Zoo Visitors' Empathetic Responses to Animals? Use of Interactive Technology
S Webber, M Carter, S Sherwen, W Smith, Z Joukhadar, F Vetere
Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2017
242017
SmartGardenWatering: experiences of using a garden watering simulation
J Pearce, W Smith, B Nansen, J Murphy
Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human …, 2009
222009
A model of medical reception–the planning and control of multiple task work
B Hill, J Long, W Smith, A Whitefield
Applied Cognitive Psychology 9 (7), S81-S114, 1995
221995
Audience experience in social videogaming: effects of turn expectation and game physicality
J Downs, F Vetere, S Howard, S Loughnan, W Smith
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2014
212014
Designing paper disasters: An authoring environment for developing training exercises in integrated emergency management
W Smith, J Dowell, MA Ortega-Lafuente
Cognition, Technology & Work 1 (2), 119-132, 1999
211999
Lend me some sugar: borrowing rates of neighbouring books as evidence for browsing
D McKay, W Smith, S Chang
IEEE/ACM Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 145-154, 2014
202014
A design-oriented framework for modelling the planning and control of multiple task work in secretarial office administration
W Smith, B Hill, J Long, A Whitefield
Behaviour & Information Technology 16 (3), 161-183, 1997
201997
Asset Identification in Information Security Risk Assessment: A Business Practice Approach
P Shedden, A Ahmad, W Smith, H Tscherning, R Scheepers
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 39 (1), 15, 2016
172016
Things you don't want to know about yourself: ambivalence about tracking and sharing personal information for behaviour change
B Ploderer, W Smith, S Howard, J Pearce, R Borland
Proceedings of the 24th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference …, 2012
172012
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