Selected Publications

  • Ting-Wei Wu, Yu-Ling Chien, Hao-Ping Lee, Yung-Ju Chang*. 2021. IM Receptivity and Presentation-type Preferences among Users of a Mobile App with Automated Receptivity-status Adjustment (CHI ’21) [In Press] 

  • Chia-En Chiang, Yu-Chun Chen, Fang-Yu Lin, Felicia Feng, Hao-An Wu, Hao-Ping Lee, Chang-Hsuan Yang, Yung-Ju Chang*. 2021. “I Got Some Free Time”: Investigating Task-execution and Task-effort Metrics in Mobile Crowdsourcing Tasks. (CHI ’21) [In Press] 

  • Tzu-Chieh Lin, Yu-Shao Su, Emily Yang, Yun Han Chen, Hao-Ping Lee, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2021. “Put it on the Top, I’ll Read it Later”: Investigating Users’ Desired Display Order for Smartphone Notifications. (CHI ’21) [In Press] 

  • Ching-Yu Hsieh, Yi-Shyuan Chiang, Hung-Yu Chiu, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2020. Bridging the Virtual and Real Worlds: A Preliminary Study of Messaging Notifications in Virtual Reality. (CHI ’20), 1–14. 

  • Chi-Hsun Li, Su-Fang Yeh, Tang-Jie Chang, Meng-Hsuan Tsai, Ken Chen, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2020. A Conversation Analysis of Non-Progress and Coping Strategies with a Banking Task-Oriented Chatbot. (CHI ’20), 1–12. 

  • Yi-Shyuan Chiang, Ruei-Che Chang, Yi-Lin Chuang, Shih-Ya Chou, Hao-Ping Lee, I-Ju Lin, Jian-Hua Jiang Chen, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2020. Exploring the Design Space of User-System Communication for Smart-home Routine Assistants. (CHI ’20), 1–14. 

  • Ping-Jung Duh, Yu-Cheng Sung, Liang-Yu Fan Chiang, Yung-Ju Chang, and Kuan-Wen Chen. 2020. V-Eye: A Vision-based Navigation System for the Visually Impaired. IEEE Transactions on Multimedia: 1–1.

  • Hsiu-Chi Chang, Yung-Ju Chang*, Mark W. Newman, and Chih-Hsin Lin. 2020. Combining Participatory and ESM: A Hybrid Approach to Collecting Annotated Mobility Data. (CHI EA ’20), 1–7. 

  • Tang-Jie Chang, Jian-Hua Jiang Chen, Hao-Ping Lee, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2020. A preliminary attempt of an intelligent system predicting users’ correctness of notifications’ sender speculation. (UbiComp-ISWC ’20), 13–16. 

  • Chia-En Chiang, Yung-Ju Chang*, and Felicia Feng. 2020. Effects of activity breakpoints on mobile crowdsourcing task performance.  (UbiComp-ISWC ’20), 21–24. 

  • Piotr Kotlinski, Xi-Jing Chang, Yang Chih-Yun, Wei-Chen Chiu, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2020. Using gamification to create and label photos that are challenging for computer vision and people. (UbiComp-ISWC ’20), 59–62. 

  • Ting-Yu Kuo, Hung-Kuo Chu, and Yung-Ju Chang. 2020. Comparing the effects of reference-based, orientation-based, and turn-by-turn navigation guidance on users’ independent navigation. (UbiComp-ISWC ’20), 63–66. 

  • Tzu-Chieh Lin, Yu-Shao Su, Emily Yang, Yun Han Chen, Hao-Ping Lee, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2020. A preliminary investigation of the mismatch between attendance order and desired display order of smartphone notifications. (UbiComp-ISWC ’20), 71–74. 

  • Yi-Hao Shih, Tang-Jie Chang, Jian-Hua Jiang Chen, Hao-Ping Lee, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2020. A preliminary study of an intelligent system facilitating selective notification attendance on smartphones via alert assistance.  (UbiComp-ISWC ’20), 468–473.

  • Ting-Wei Wu, Yu-Ling Chien, Yung-Ju Chang*. 2020. Exploring the Presentation of Estimated Receptivity Status for Instant Messaging. (MobileHCI ’20 EA), 1–6. 

  • Carolyn Yu, Yee Li, Tsai-Yuan Huang, Wei-An Hsieh, Shao-Yu Lee, I-Hui Yeh, Gang Ku Lin, Neng-Hao Yu, Hsien-Hui Tang, and Yung-Ju Chang. 2020. BusMyFriend: Designing a Bus Reservation Service for People with Visual Impairments in Taipei. (DIS’ 20 Companion), 91–96. ​

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  • Yung-Ju Chang*, Chu-Yuan Yang, Ying-Hsuan Kuo, Wen-Hao Cheng, Chun-Liang Yang, Fang-Yu Lin, I-Hui Yeh, Chih-Kuan Hsieh, Ching-Yu Hsieh, and Yu-Shuen Wang. 2019. Tourgether: Exploring Tourists’ Real-time Sharing of Experiences as a Means of Encouraging Point-of-Interest Exploration. Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol. 3, 4: 128:1–128:25. (IMWUT 2019)
     

  • Yung-Ju Chang*, Yi-Ju Chung, and Yi-Hao Shih. 2019. I Think It’s Her: Investigating Smartphone Users’ Speculation About Phone Notifications and Its Influence on Attendance.  (MobileHCI ’19), 14:1–14:13.  [Honorable Mention Award for Best Paper ]​

  • Hao-Ping Lee, Kuan-Yin Chen, Chih-Heng Lin, Chia-Yu Chen, Yu-Lin Chung, Yung-Ju Chang*, and Chien-Ru Sun. 2019. Does Who Matter?: Studying the Impact of Relationship Characteristics on Receptivity to Mobile IM Messages.  (CHI ’19), 526:1–526:12.  ​

  • Nalingna Yuan, Heidi M. Weeks, Rosa Ball, Mark W. Newman, Yung-Ju Chang, and Jenny S. Radesky. 2019. How much do parents actually use their smartphones? Pilot study comparing self-report to passive sensing. Pediatric Research: 1. 

  • Marisa Meyer, Victoria Adkins, Nalingna Yuan, Heidi M. Weeks, Yung-Ju Chang, and Jenny Radesky. 2019. Advertising in Young Children’s Apps: A Content Analysis. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 40, 1: 32.  ​

  • Chi-Hsun Li, Ken Chen, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2019. When There is No Progress with a Task-Oriented Chatbot: A Conversation Analysis.  (MobileHCI ’19 EA), 1–6.  

  • Hao-Ping Lee, Tilman Dingler, Chih-Heng Lin, Kuan-Yin Chen, Yu-Lin Chung, Chia-Yu Chen, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2019. Predicting Smartphone Users’ General Responsiveness to IM Contacts Based on IM Behavior.  (MobileHCI ’19 EA), 1–6.  

  • Yu-Lin Chang, Yung-Ju Chang, and Chih-Ya Shen. 2019. She is in a Bad Mood Now: Leveraging Peers to Increase Data Quantity via a Chatbot-Based ESM.  (MobileHCI ’19 EA), 1–6.

  • Yu-Ling Chien, Ting-Wei Wu, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2019. Exploring the Design of Availability Status in Mobile IM Messaging with User Enactments. (MobileHCI ’19 EA), 1–6. 

  • Hao-Ping Lee, Kuan-Yin Chen, Chih-Heng Lin, and Yung-Ju Chang*. 2019. Connecting IM pattern and selective perceived responsiveness to relationship: a cluster-based approach.  (UbiComp/ISWC ’19 Adjunct), 1070–1074. 
     

  • Yu-Wei Wang, Tse-Yu Pan, Yung-Ju Chang, and Min-Chun Hu. 2019. Vibration Feedback Controlled by Intuitive Pressing in Virtual Reality.  (AIVR Poster Paper), 195–1953. 

  • Albert Budi Christian, Cheng-Wei Wu, Wan-Hsun Hu, Yung-Ju Chang, and Yu-Chee Tseng. 2019. A New Online Charging System Based on Context of Mobile Users. (ICCE-TW), 1–2.

  • Chi-Kai Ho, Chung-Ta King, and Yung-Ju Chang. 2019. SCQ: Stage-Based, Context-Aware, QoE-Driven Power Optimization for Interactive Applications on Mobile Devices. (MDM), 343–345. 

  • Chih-Hsiang Hsu, Chia-Lun Ku, Yung-Ju Chang, Yu-Shuen Wang, Uyn-Dinh Trân, Wen-Hao Cheng, Chu-Yuan Yang, Ching-Yu Hsieh, and Chun-Cheng Lin. 2018. iTour: Making Tourist Maps GPS-Enabled. Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol. 1, 4: 139:1–139:27. (IMWUT 2018)

  • Gaurav Paruthi, Shriti Raj, Seungjoo Baek, Chuyao Wang, Chuan-che Huang, Yung-Ju Chang, and Mark W. Newman. 2018. Heed: Exploring the Design of Situated Self-Reporting Devices. Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol. 2, 3: 132:1–132:21. (IMWUT 2018)

  • Pei-Ying Chiang, Han-Yu Chang, and Yung-Ju Chang. 2018. PotteryGo: A Virtual Pottery Making Training System. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 38, 2: 74–88. 

  • K. T. Ho, C. T. King, B. Das, and Y. J. Chang. 2018. Characterizing display QoS based on frame dropping for power management of interactive applications on smartphones. (DATE), 873–876. 

  • Yung-Ju Chang, Gaurav Paruthi, Hsin-Ying Wu, Hsin-Yu Lin, and Mark W. Newman. 2017. An investigation of using mobile and situated crowdsourcing to collect annotated travel activity data in real-word settings. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 102: 81–102. (IJHCS 2017)

  • Hou-Ning Hu, Yen-Chen Lin, Ming-Yu Liu, Hsien-Tzu Cheng, Yung-Ju Chang, and Min Sun. 2017. Deep 360 Pilot: Learning a Deep Agent for Piloting through 360° Sports Videos. (CVPR 2017), 1396–1405. 

  • Yen-Chen Lin, Yung-Ju Chang, Hou-Ning Hu, Hsien-Tzu Cheng, Chi-Wen Huang, and Min Sun. 2017. Tell Me Where to Look: Investigating Ways for Assisting Focus in 360$^\circ$ Video.  (CHI ’17), 2535–2545. 
     

  • Yung-Ju Chang, Yi-Ju Chung, Yi-Hao Shih, Hsiu-Chi Chang, and Tzu-Hao Lin. 2017. What do smartphone users do when they sense phone notifications?  (UbiComp/ISWC’17 Adjunct), 904–909. [Best Paper]

  • Gaurav Paruthi, Shriti Raj, Ankita Gupta, Chuan-Che Huang, Yung-Ju Chang, and Mark W Newman. 2017. HEED: situated and distributed interactive devices for self-reporting.  (UbiComp ’17 EA), 181–184.

  • Kuan-Yin Chen, Hao-Ping Lee, Chih-Heng Lin, and Yung-Ju Chang. 2017. Who matters: a closer look at interpersonal relationship in mobile interruptibility. (UbiComp/ISWC’17 Adjunct), 910–915. 

  • Yung-Ju Chang, Gaurav Paruthi, and Mark W. Newman. 2015. A field study comparing approaches to collecting annotated activity data in real-world settings. In  (UbiComp ’15), 671–682. 

  • Yung-Ju Chang, Gaurav Paruthi, and Mark W. Newman. 2015. Challenges in Using Wearable Cameras and Phone Logs to Generate Ground Truth of Transportation Activities.  (UbiComp/ISWC’15 Adjunct), 1361–1366. 

  • Yung-Ju Chang and John C. Tang. 2015. Investigating Mobile Users’ Ringer Mode Usage and Attentiveness and Responsiveness to Communication. (MobileHCI ’15), 6–15. 

  • Yung-Ju Chang and Mark W. Newman. 2015. Making Local Information More Accessible: A Diary Study of Information Channel Selection of Mobile Users. (Chinese CHI ’15), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1145/2739999.2740000

  • Yung-Ju Chang, Pei-Yao Hung, and Mark Newman. 2012. TraceViz: “Brushing” for Location Based Services.  (MobileHCI ’12), 345–348. 

  • Yung-Ju Chang and Mark W. Newman. 2012. Understanding How Trace Segmentation Impacts Transportation Mode Detection. (UbiComp ’12 EA), 625–626. 

  • Ming Jiang, Tao Dong, and Yung-Ju Chang. 2011. Structure and Reciprocity in Technology-Centered Q&A Communities. In Fifth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM 2011 EA)

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