Nuttanont Hongwarittorrn

Nuttanont Hongwarittorrn
Thammasat University · Department of Computer Science

Doctor of Philosophy
I am a Thesis advisor of six Master's students. Hope some of them will graduate soon in 2021.

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Publications (14)
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Picture-based authentication offers visual cues (e.g. images) that helps users recalling their passwords. Human facial images were utilized in making graphical passwords, as humans are better at remembering human faces than other types of images. Prior research found that users performed better with the partitioned facial images than with the full-...
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Previous research found that icon background colors and symbols influenced menu selection time. However, the previous research did not consider non-generic users; especially, children and older adult users that have gathered momentum. Literature highlights the age-related differences in various dimensions, and how they are related to technology use...
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Menu interface design is an important part for the smartphone application. It's the main screen that leads the user to the function of an application. For grid menu design, selecting the number of grid size and icon size is an important part. The previous research has shown that icon sizes affect search speed and accuracy of menu selection [3]. But...
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Most of datasets in open data portals are mainly in tabular format in spreadsheet, e.g. CSV and XLS. To increase the value and reusability of these datasets, the datasets should be made available in RDF format that can support better data querying and data integration. In this paper, we present a semi-automatic framework for generating and publishi...
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Mobile platforms have called for attention from HCI practitioners, and, ever since 2007, touchscreens have completely changed mobile user interface and interaction design. Some notable differences between mobile devices and desktops include the lack of tactile feedback, ubiquity, limited screen size, small virtual keys, and high demand of visual at...
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Most of datasets in open government data portals are mainly in tabular format in spreadsheet, e.g. CSV and XLS. To increase the value and reusability of these datasets, the datasets should be made available in RDF format that can support better data querying and data integration. Our previous work proposed a semi-automatic framework for generating...
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Diversity of users has become recent design concerns, and children are one of those user groups. Organization of contents is one of research areas in designing for children. Research suggests differences in abilities between adults and children; for instance, attention, logic and memory skills, and linguistic abilities. This is related to the way c...
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This research investigated a new Image-Based CAPTCHA called Gestalt Geometric CAPTCHA, which does not require the use of a database of images, and is based on the Gestalt Theory of human recognition. The aim was to develop a type of CAPTCHA that is easier for human users and harder for bots. We experimentally tested the use and effectiveness of Ges...
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In recent years, novel technologies have been introduced to Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research community. Research contexts and the range of studies have been widen. As technology progresses, new ethical issues are posed. This paper examined and reviewed ethical issues and concerns in recent HCI research. An overview of the existing codes of...
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Activity Recognition (AR) research is growing and plays a major role in various fields. The approach of using wearable sensors for AR is well-accepted, as it compensates the need to install cameras in image processing approach which can lead to privacy violation. Using wearable sensors can suffer from one disadvantage - sensor displacement. There h...
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This research aims to examine whether the use of computer program visualization software could help students to improve their performance and have long-term effects on their attitudes towards objected-oriented programming (OOP). The computer program visualization software, Jeliot3, was used in this research as a learning tool for Java programming....

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