Santosh Kalwar

Santosh Kalwar

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Additional affiliations
January 2008 - December 2012
Education
January 2010 - December 2013
Lappeenranta – Lahti University of Technology LUT
Field of study
  • Human-Computer Interaction
September 2007 - December 2008
Lappeenranta – Lahti University of Technology LUT
Field of study
  • Communication Engineering

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Publications (27)
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Social networks, an age-old and pervasive medium for distance interaction among people of various origin is prevalent on the modern Internet. The research has begun to take momentum in recent days with the advent of popular social networking platforms such as Facebook, Google Plus and Twitter where all these tools and platform enable users to benef...
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Understanding human behavior on the Internet is a complex problem. One important part of the problem is measuring cultural attributes and their effect on human behavior. A clear understanding and comprehensive description of the link between human behavior and cultural attributes is essential for quantifying behavioral change. The objective of this...
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The Internet experience has drastically changed as social networking sites have proliferated and become a major part of Internet usage. This change in the Internet landscape and Internet usage poses an interesting challenge for scales addressing Internet behavior. In this work, we describe further development of an Internet anxiety scale for assess...
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Since 1990's the Internet has played the dominant role in the advancement of the modern world. With significant progress, also comes great responsibility for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) community. Moreover, human behavior on the Internet is often overlooked and is sometimes neglected by the corporate giants as they work i...
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Since the 1990’s, the Internet has played a central role in our daily lives. The Internet is an integral part of our personal, business, family, research, entertainment, academic and social life. However, there are social implications in using the Internet that are dependent on categories such as gender, age, ethnicity and cultural attributes....
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The purpose of this paper is to determine if Internet anxiety is a myth or reality using literature, questionnaires, and analysis of the collected data. Results showed that the Internet anxiety phenomenon is mostly reality. By placing strong emphasis on the existent Internet anxiety phenomenon, the HCI community could constructively build effective...
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The Internet is a dynamic, democratic, and multicultural platform where a wide range of users access sites daily. We cannot presume users on the Internet will understand every single word/term used on any given site. This paper presents a concept for assessing users’ anxiety regarding commonly used words on the Internet, particularly words related...
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The XRDS blog highlights a range of topics from conference overviews to privacy and security, from HCI to cryptography. Selected blog posts, edited for print, will be featured in every issue. Please visit xrds.acm.org/blog to read each post in ...
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When American poet and dramatist W.H. Auden said the above line during the Great Depression, he must have been feeling great fear and worry about his self-existence. Today, we live in an age when there is no escape from fear, stress, frustration, and anger. Undoubtedly, every human being suffers a great deal in one way or another. In our everyday l...
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This paper presents a front-end interface named ‘Intelligentsia’ for collecting Internet anxiety types. Four diverse age groups of users (e.g. child, old men/women, and a young adult) were recruited to perform a task of randomly browsing contents on the Internet to gather data of Internet anxiety. The results include behavioural observations and sy...
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The Internet has become a conduit for services, applications, information, content and opportunities. There is no common understanding for assessing human anxiety on the Internet. This paper aims to identify dimensions of anxieties and proposes a conceptual framework. The framework consists of three elements; i.e. the service front-end, FeelCalc an...
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In this paper, we describe a paper-based survey for measuring seven Internet anxiety types. A paper-based survey was distributed among seventy university participants and forty-nine responded with a valid response. The evaluation and analysis of seven types of Internet anxiety revealed internal consistency and acceptable reliability. The findings a...
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An approach is provided for determining documents to display and includes extracting, from metadata in a first document, data that indicates a function and a filter for determining which documents in a database may be viewed to perform the function. It is determined whether the function is to be performed. If it is determined that the function is t...
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This paper addresses the questions of impact of culture on the Internet. It examines seven simple questions such as a) who are you: an Asian/Western? b) what is culture to you? c) how can culture aid in understanding human behaviour? d) what are the cultural issues that affects your feelings on the Internet? e) how do you feel for personalized or c...
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This chapter introduces a relationship between Internet anxiety and human behavior. The Internet has become an avenue for service provision, third-party applications, connectivity and social media. Thus, a clear understanding and comprehensive description of the relationship between Internet anxiety and human behavior becomes essential. The objecti...
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Comparative literature on Human-Computer-Interaction suggests that the anxieties on the Internet can be measured in many different ways, for instance, self-assessment tools, camera, existing questionnaires, sensors, bodily response (galvanic-skin-response, body gesture, and psychological assessment), game simulation, mental modal, cognitive walk-th...
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The Internet has recently emerged with new kind of services, applications and countless contents. User reaction plays essential role in interacting with the Internet. The theoretical concepts on feelings are extracted from psychology, phenomenology and computer science. It is understood that feelings are subjective experience of users aroused from...
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To date there has been very little research in the community of HCI for investigating simple task-performance behavior on the Internet. We have conducted a pilot study with students studying in technical university, investigating their simple task-performance behavior. These tasks included for example, Search, upload, download, and creating profile...
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This work conceptualizes human behavior on the Internet. The study was conducted with 10 university participants representing two different cultural backgrounds, Asian and Western. The participants were asked to visit any Web page on the Internet for 15 minutes, for 30 minutes, and for 1 hour. The results showed that participants displayed no signs...
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Imagine a world where there is no stress and anxiety of using the contents on the Internet. The purpose of such hypothetical imagination has led to quest for discovering techniques and methods to address social-economical challenges for reducing human anxiety on the Internet. The rigorous literature review suggests that the area of measuring and mo...
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Reactive protocols are introduced with an objective to react only on the demand such as a mobile ad hoc network (MANET) contains several different kinds of protocol including the ad hoc distance vector routing algorithm (AODV). Dynamic source routing protocol (DSR) is a simple and efficient routing protocol designed specially for use in multihop wi...
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This position paper presents an introduction of Service Front-End on Future Internet for reducing human anxiety. The goal is to create Service Front-Ends on top of the “Internet of Services” to enhance productivity. The types of anxiety attributes have been clearly presented to build scenarios. Furthermore, these scenarios are finally integrated wi...
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In this paper a conceptualization of human anxiety on the Internet is introduced; it is built on the understanding of human behavior with regard to technology. The objective of this paper is to conceptualize the human anxiety. An integral part of understanding is an inter-disciplinary (psychology science, cognitive science, behavioral science and c...
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In this thesis, "Human behavior on the Internet", the human anxiety is conceptualized. The following questions have guided the writing of the thesis: How humans behave with the Internet technology? What goes in their mind? What kinds of behaviors are shown while using the Internet? What is the role of the content on the Internet and especially what...

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