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Running studies on real systems for real tasks is harder than running controlled studies for new interaction techniques
posted Dec 15, 2018
"Yet doing such evaluation incurs a significant amount of time and engineering work, particularly compared to non-systems papers." (https://cacm.acm.org/blogs/blog-cacm/86066-what-makes-a-good-hci-systems-paper/fulltext) –
Jan 1, 2021 15:23
"The reviewers simply do not value the difficulty of building real systems and how hard controlled studies are to run on real systems for real tasks. This is in contrast with how easy it is to build new interaction techniques and then to run tight, controlled studies on these new techniques with small, artificial tasks (don't tell me this is not true as I have done it and published good papers of this style also)." (https://dubfuture.blogspot.com/2009/11/i-give-up-on-chiuist.html) –
Jan 1, 2021 15:29
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HCI systems research generally does not yield to simple controlled experimentation
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Many reviewers at HCI conferences do not value the difficulty of running studies on real systems for real tasks
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