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2013

Dalton, Nick; Marshall, Paul and Dalton, Ruth (2013). Extending architectural theories of space syntax to understand the effect of environment on the salience of situated displays. In: 2nd ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis '13), 4-5 June, 2013, Mountain View, California,USA, ACM, pp. 73–78. file

Dalton, Nicholas (2013). Neurodiversity & HCI. In: ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 27 April-02 May 2013, Paris, pp. 2295–2304. file

Dalton, Nick S. (2013). Neurodiversity HCI. interactions, 20(2) pp. 72–75. file

Garcia-Perate, Gonzalo; Dalton, Nicholas; Conroy-Dalton, Ruth and Wilson, Duncan (2013). Ambient recommendations in the pop-up shop. In: 2013 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2013), 8-12 September 2013, Zurich, Switzerland, ACM, pp. 773–776. file

Dalton, Nicholas S. (2013). TapTiles: LED-based floor interaction. In: 2013 ACM international conference on Interactive tabletops and surfaces, 7-9 October 2013 , St Andrews, ACM, pp. 165–174. file

2012

Dalton, Nicholas; Mackay, Gordon and Holland, Simon (2012). Kolab: appropriation & improvisation in mobile tangible collaborative interaction. In: DIS 2012 Designing Interactive Systems , 11-15 June 2012, Newcastle, UK. file

Dalton, Nicholas; Green, Keith; Marshall, Paul; Dalton, Ruth; Hoelscher, Christoph; Mathew, Anijo; Kortuem, Gerd and Varoudis, Tasos (2012). Ar-CHI-Tecture: architecture and interaction. In: CHI '12 Human Factors in Computing Systems, 05-10 May 2012, Austin TX, ACM, pp. 2743–2746. file

Dalton, Nick Sheep; Dalton , Ruth Conroy; Hölscher, Christoph and Kuhnmünch, Gregory (2012). An iPad App for recording movement paths and associated spatial behaviors. In: Stachniss, Cyrill; Schill, Kerstin and Uttal, David eds. Spatial Cognition VIII: International Conference, Spatial Cognition 2012. Kloster Seeon, Germany, August 31 - September 3, 2012, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (7463). Heidelberg: Springer , pp. 431–450. file

2011

Varoudis, Tasos; Dalton, Nicholas; Alexiou, Aikaterini and Zamenopoulos, Theodore (2011). Subtle interventions: How ambient displays influence route choice in buildings. In: Respecting Fragile Places - 29th eCAADe Conference, 21-24 September 2011, Slovenia, pp. 933–941. file

2010

Laney, Robin; Dobbyn, Chris; Xambó, Anna; Schirosa, Mattia; Miell, Dorothy; Littleton, Karen and Dalton, Nick (2010). Issues and techniques for collaborative music making on multi-touch surfaces. In: 7th Sound and Music Computing Conference, 21-24 July 2010, Barcelona. file

Dalton, Nicholas Sheep and Dalton, Ruth Conroy (2010). Solutions for visibility-accessibility and signage problems via layered-graphs. The Journal of Space Syntax, 1(1) pp. 164–176.

Dalton, Nicholas; Marshall, Paul and Dalton, Ruth Conroy (2010). Measuring environments for public displays: a space syntax approach. In: 28th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2010, 14-15 Apr 2010, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, ACM, pp. 3841–3846. file

Hazlewood, William R.; Dalton, Nick; Marshall, Paul; Rogers, Yvonne and Hertrich, Susanna (2010). Bricolage and consultation: addressing new design challenges when building large-scale installations. In: DIS '10 Proceedings of the 8th ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 16-20 Aug 2010 , Aarhus, Denmark, pp. 380–389. file

Rogers, Yvonne; Hazlewood, William R.; Marshall, Paul; Dalton, Nick and Hertrich, Susanna (2010). Ambient influence: can twinkly lights lure and abstract representations trigger behavioral change? In: Proceedings of the 12th ACM international conference on Ubiquitous computing, 26-29 Sep 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 261–270. file

2009

Dalton, Sheep and Dalton, Ruth (2009). Solutions for visibility, accessibility and signage problems via layered graphs. In: Proceedings to the 7th International Space Syntax Symposium, 9-11 June 2009, Stockholm. file

Holland, Simon; Marshall, Paul; Bird, Jon; Dalton, Sheep; Morris, Richard; Pantidi, Nadia; Rogers, Yvonne and Clark, Andy (2009). Running up Blueberry Hill: Prototyping whole body interaction in harmony space. In: Proceedings of the 3rd international Conference on Tangible and Embedded interaction, 16-18 February 2009, Cambridge, UK. file

Marshall, Paul; Fleck, Rowanne; Harris, Amanda; Rick, Jochen; Hornecker, Eva; Rogers, Yvonne; Yuill, Nicola and Dalton, Nick Sheep (2009). Fighting for control: Children's embodied interactions when using physical and digital representations. In: Proceedings of the 27th international conference on Human factors in computing systems, 4-9 April 2009, Boston, MA, USA, ACM Press, pp. 2149–2152. file

2008

Hornecker, Eva; Marshall, Paul; Dalton, Nick and Rogers, Yvonne (2008). Collaboration and interference: Awareness with mice or touch input. In: Proceedings of the ACM 2008 conference on Computer supported cooperative work, 8-12 Nov 2008, San Diego, CA, USA, acm, pp. 167–176. file

Marshall, Paul; Hornecker, Eva; Morris, Richard; Dalton, Sheep and Rogers, Yvonne (2008). When the fingers do the talking: A study of group participation for different kinds of shareable surfaces. In: Proceedings of IEEE Tabletops and Interactive Surfaces '08, 1-3 Oct 2008, Amsterdam, Netherlands, IEEE Computer Society, pp. 37–44. file

2007

Dalton, Nick Sheep and Dalton, Ruth Conroy (2007). The theory of natural movement and its application to the simulation of mobile ad hoc networks (MANET). In: Peterson, Brent R. ed. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference on Communication Networks and Services Research. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE Computer Society, pp. 359–363.

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