According to Christoph Bartneck’s 2009 scientometric analysis of CHI conference proceedings , Asian researchers’ activity at the CHI conference was very small at that point; between 1982 and 2008, only 3.61 percent of papers in the main conference proceedings were from Asian countries, and Japan was the only country listed in the top 10 most active countries. Six years have passed since Bartneck’s report. During that time, 2,214 papers have been published in the CHI proceedings. This is larger than the total number of papers that Bartneck analyzed (only 1,945 papers were published in CHI proceedings from 1982 to 2008,…
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