Personal Informatics @ CHI 2010


April 10, 2010 · Atlanta, GA, USA

Computational Models of Reflection


Conference paper


Joshua B. Gross
Know Thyself: Monitoring and Reflecting on Facets of One’s Life at CHI 2010, Atlanta, GA, 2010 Apr 10

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In this paper, we describe ongoing work on deriving computational models of digital data that can be used
to derive information for personal reflection. This paper focuses on the information and its use, rather than the mechanisms used to derive it. The experiments described are based upon two concepts important to reflection: novelty and reinforcement. The first experiment involved extracting social clusters from email, and the second involved extracting time signatures for computer usage. 

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APA
Gross, J. B. (2010). Computational Models of Reflection. In Know Thyself: Monitoring and Reflecting on Facets of One’s Life at CHI 2010. Atlanta, GA.

Chicago/Turabian
Gross, Joshua B. “Computational Models of Reflection.” In Know Thyself: Monitoring and Reflecting on Facets of One’s Life at CHI 2010. Atlanta, GA, 2010.

MLA
Gross, Joshua B. “Computational Models of Reflection.” Know Thyself: Monitoring and Reflecting on Facets of One’s Life at CHI 2010, 2010.