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 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 5788
EU - Europa 2429
AS - Asia 570
OC - Oceania 30
SA - Sud America 26
AF - Africa 10
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 5
Totale 8858
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 5647
IT - Italia 672
UA - Ucraina 417
SE - Svezia 360
DE - Germania 280
VN - Vietnam 269
CN - Cina 174
GB - Regno Unito 161
AT - Austria 156
FI - Finlandia 156
CA - Canada 132
FR - Francia 39
NL - Olanda 38
AU - Australia 30
GR - Grecia 24
CH - Svizzera 23
IE - Irlanda 21
ES - Italia 19
MY - Malesia 18
TW - Taiwan 17
TR - Turchia 16
RO - Romania 15
IN - India 14
BR - Brasile 13
HK - Hong Kong 13
KR - Corea 11
BE - Belgio 10
PH - Filippine 7
DK - Danimarca 6
JP - Giappone 6
MX - Messico 6
NO - Norvegia 6
PE - Perù 6
EG - Egitto 5
EU - Europa 5
ID - Indonesia 5
IL - Israele 5
PL - Polonia 4
PT - Portogallo 4
SI - Slovenia 4
EE - Estonia 3
KZ - Kazakistan 3
RS - Serbia 3
VE - Venezuela 3
AR - Argentina 2
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 2
IR - Iran 2
RU - Federazione Russa 2
UG - Uganda 2
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 1
AZ - Azerbaigian 1
BA - Bosnia-Erzegovina 1
BD - Bangladesh 1
BT - Bhutan 1
CL - Cile 1
CO - Colombia 1
CU - Cuba 1
DZ - Algeria 1
GT - Guatemala 1
HU - Ungheria 1
KH - Cambogia 1
LT - Lituania 1
LU - Lussemburgo 1
MN - Mongolia 1
MU - Mauritius 1
OM - Oman 1
PR - Porto Rico 1
PS - Palestinian Territory 1
QA - Qatar 1
TH - Thailandia 1
TZ - Tanzania 1
Totale 8858
Città #
Woodbridge 860
Fairfield 776
Houston 547
Wilmington 493
Ann Arbor 462
Seattle 318
Ashburn 303
Chandler 286
Jacksonville 283
Cambridge 250
Dearborn 224
Lawrence 166
Vienna 154
Medford 151
Dong Ket 134
Ottawa 130
Beijing 72
San Donato Milanese 52
Des Moines 51
Milan 51
San Diego 46
Redwood City 37
Mountain View 29
Amsterdam 28
Shanghai 27
Menlo Park 25
Princeton 21
Grafing 18
Norwalk 18
Athens 15
Taipei 15
Indiana 14
Rome 14
Berlin 13
Catania 13
Nanjing 13
Hefei 11
Busto Garolfo 10
Florence 10
Auburn Hills 9
London 9
Essen 8
Lugano 8
Taranto 8
Brussels 7
Falls Church 7
Genova 7
Guangzhou 7
Meda 7
New York 7
Seongnam 7
Bologna 6
Kunming 6
Lima 6
Madrid 6
Seregno 6
Urbino 6
Verona 6
Bari 5
Galati 5
Malmö 5
Nanchang 5
Ankara 4
Castrop-rauxel 4
Cavaria Con Premezzo 4
Fuzhou 4
Gavardo 4
Grammichele 4
Izmir 4
Johor Bahru 4
Krakow 4
Kuala Lumpur 4
Los Angeles 4
Messina 4
Palermo 4
Redmond 4
San Francisco 4
Baldissero Torinese 3
Bengaluru 3
Bergamo 3
Bury 3
Central 3
Changsha 3
Corbetta 3
Eden Prairie 3
Fremont 3
Guasila 3
Gunzenhausen 3
Marsala 3
Oroville 3
Pontefract 3
Albino 2
Amstelveen 2
Atlanta 2
Barcelona 2
Borgo San Lorenzo 2
Brescia 2
Caracas 2
Cecina 2
Chongqing 2
Totale 6413
Nome #
3D worlds and Cultural Heritage: Realism vs Virtual Presence. 134
Beyond Findability: Search-Enhanced Information Architecture for Content-Intensive Rich Internet Applications 128
A Conceptual Model and a Tool Environment for Developing More Scalable, Dynamic, and Customizable Web Applications 116
A Stakeholders’ Centered Approach for Conceptual Modeling of Communication-Intensive Applications 107
Digital Storytelling and Educational Benefits: Evidences from a Large-Scale Project 103
Assertions to Better Specify the Amazon Bug 102
Branding and Communication Goals for Content-Intensive Interactive Applications 101
Collective Digital Storytelling at School as a Whole-Class Interaction 100
Validating the SUE Inspection Technique 99
How to Build Multimedia and Multichannel Corporate Brochures 97
Interactive Dialogue Model: a Design Technique for Multi-Channel Applications 92
City4Age: Smart Cities for Health Prevention 92
Extending UML for Modeling Web Applications 91
Enhancing accessibility for visually impaired users: the Munch’s exhibition 91
A survey on web modeling approaches for ubiquitous web applications 90
Digital Storytelling at School: Engagement and Educational Benefits 87
Instant Multimedia: A New Challenge for Cultural Heritage 85
Storytelling for cultural heritage 85
Chatting about processes in digital factories: A model-based approach 85
Collective Digital Storytelling at School as a Whole-Class Interaction 81
3D Worlds for Edutainment: Educational, Relational and Organizational Principles 81
HDM - A Model Based Approach to Hypermedia Application Design. 80
An Empirical Study on the Design Effort Of Web Applications 78
How to Build Effective “Edutainment” Experiences in MUVEs 77
A Portal of Educational Resources: Providing Evidence for Matching Pedagogy with Technology 77
HDM2: Extending the E-R approach to hypermedia application design 76
Meta-modeling Techniques Meet Web Application Design Tools 76
A Virtual Museum where Students can Learn 76
Inspection by-Reuse: Evaluation Patterns for Hypermedia Synchronization 75
Adding Multimedia Collections to the Dexter Model 75
Ubiquitous Access to Cultural Tourism Portals 75
Digital Storytelling as a Whole-Class Learning Activity: Lessons from a Three-Years Project 75
A Framework for Hypermedia Design and Usability Evaluation 74
Value-Driven Design for “Infosuasive” Web Applications 74
Adding Hypermedia Requirements to Goal-Driven Analysis 73
Requirements for Aural Web Sites 73
Estimating the Design Effort of Web Applications 73
Model-based heuristic evaluation of hypermedia usability 73
A UML Extension for Designing Usable User Experiences for Web Applications 72
Goal-oriented Requirements Specification For Digital Libraries 72
A Format to design Narrative Multimedia Applications for Cultural Heritage Communication 72
On the Advantages of a Systematic Inspection for Evaluating Hypermedia Usability 72
Exploratory computing: a comprehensive approach to data sensemaking 71
Using and developing hypermedia points of information: lessons learned 70
eTourism: Multimedia Brochures and Communication Chains 70
PoliCultura. Introducing Media Literacy in Italian Schools 69
“There and back again”: What happens to phoric elements in a “web dialogue” 69
Authoring-in-the-large: software engineering techniques for hypertext application design 69
Navigation patterns in hypermedia databases 69
From Web Sites to Web Applications: New Issues for Conceptual Modeling 69
Hypertext Development Using a Model-Based Approach 68
Progettare Siti Web e Applicazioni Mobili 68
Data driven chatbots: A new approach to conversational applications 68
Interactive storytelling for children 66
Multi-User Virtual Environments for Learning: Experience and Technology Design 66
Information Reuse in Hypermedia Applications. 66
Reconstructing Leonardo's Ideal City - From Handwritten codexes to WebTalk-IIa: A 3D Collaborative virtual environment system 65
Websites Interface Elements: Do users understand them? 65
Hypermedia Design, Analysis, and Evaluation Issues. 65
Bringing Cultural Heritage into Primary School Classrooms through Web technology: The “Milano Romana Tecnologica” Case-Study 65
HIFI: Hypertext interface for information systems 65
Innovative Technologies in Urban Mapping 65
Accessible Web Sites can be Modeled as Oral Dialogues 64
Branding meets Value-Centered Design 63
HDM—a model for the design of hypertext applications 63
“Learning for All”: is everyone learning? 62
The UM-MAIS Methodology for Multi-Channel Adaptive Web Information Systems 61
Comparing canonical and digital-based narrative activities in a formal educational setting 61
Supporting Reusable Web Design with HDM-Edit 61
Goal-Driven Requirements Analysis for Hypermedia-intensive Web Applications 61
Conversational Support for Education 61
Investigating Success Factors for Hypermedia Development Tools 60
Inspection by-reuse: evaluation patterns for hypermedia synchronization 58
Exploratory computing: a draft manifesto (DSAA) 58
Multi-channel Design Techniques for a Successful User Experience 57
Innovative Technologies And Education: Two Succesful Case-Studies 57
Accessibility for blind users: an innovative framework 56
Design Requirements for Communication-Intensive Interactive Applications. 55
“Usable Accessibility” to the Web for blind Users 54
Polilab-Kids: una tecnologia semplice e divertente per supportare la didattica e l'apprendimento 53
Model-driven development of Web applications: the AutoWeb system 53
Let’s go mobile! Design and modeling issues in multichannel “accessible” applications for cultural heritage 52
Learning by Playing. An Edutainment 3D Environment for Schools 52
An Approach for Designing Ubiquitous Web Applications: A Case Study 49
Equipping higher education students with media literacy skills 49
Distributed TPACK: Going Beyond Knowledge in the Head 49
Assessing and Sharing (Technology-Based) Educational Experiences 49
Simple, Fast, Cheap: Success Factors for Interactive Multimedia Tools 48
Modal navigation for hypermedia applications 47
"Modeling-by-Patterns" of Web Applications 47
3D Worlds for education: Cooperation and Virtual Presence 47
Reading Web Pages to Visually Impaired People 47
Shared 3D Internet environments for education: usability, educational, psychological and cognitive issues 46
Enigma Helvetia, Promoting an Exhibition through Multiple Channels 45
Educational benefits: testing and evaluation of a collaborative 3D world 45
Sustainable Chatbots supporting Learning 45
Dialogue-based Design for Multichannel Interactions 44
Wish you were usable! How to improve the quality of a Museum Web site 44
Exploratory Computing: Combining Faceted Search with Data Mining 44
Designing Interactive Communication: Insights from the Cultural-Heritage Domain. 44
Totale 6974
Categoria #
all - tutte 11875
article - articoli 2391
book - libri 91
conference - conferenze 8271
curatela - curatele 161
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 961
Totale 23750


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2017/20181544 0000 0339 350484 1005219524
2018/2019955 11143312 4174 347 37160276256
2019/20202201 12217047160 262266 289162 274109239101
2020/20211730 10763146123 195107 121125 97148141357
2021/20221551 1121237692 249154 5892 76104116299
2022/2023548 2631654476 00 00 0000
Totale 9096