Frank Shipman has been pursuing research in the areas of hypermedia, computer-supported cooperative work, multimedia, computers and education, and intelligent user interfaces since 1987. Frank's work at Baylor College of Medicine, the University of Colorado, Xerox PARC, and Texas A&M University investigates the design and use of media combining informal and formal representations and methods for supporting incremental formalization.
Frank helped found the field of spatial hypertext and helped design and develop a number of collaborative hypermedia systems including the Virtual Notebook System, the Hyper-Object Substrate, VIKI , the Visual Knowledge Builder, Walden's Paths, and Hyper-Hitchcock.
- Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder - (Boulder, Colorado, United States) 1993
- M.S. in Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder - (Boulder, Colorado, United States) 1990
- B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Rice University - (Houston, Texas, United States) 1988
- Monteiro, C., Shipman, F. M., Duggina, S., & Gutierrez-Osuna, R. (2019). Tradeoffs in the efficient detection of sign language content in video sharing sites. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing. 12(2), 1-16.
- Marshall, C. C., & Shipman, F. M. (2017). Who Owns the Social Web?. Communications of the ACM. 60(5), 52-61.
- Shipman, F., & Furuta, R. (2015). Introduction to the focused issue of award-nominated papers from JCDL 2013. International Journal on Digital Libraries. 16(2), 89-89.
- Shipman, F. M., Gutierrez-Osuna, R., & Monteiro, C. (2014). Identifying sign language videos in video sharing sites. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing. 5(4), 1-14.
- Liu, Q., Girgensohn, A., Wilcox, L., Shipman, F., & Dunnigan, T. (2014). MET: media-embedded target for connecting paper to digital media. International Journal of Multimedia Information Retrieval. 3(3), 177-192.
- Shipman, F., & Monteiro, C. (2019). Crawling and classification strategies for generating a multi-language corpus of sign language video. Opening Information Horizons. 2019-June, 97-106.
- Marshall, C. C., & Shipman, F. M. (2019). The ownership and control of online photos and game data: Patterns, trends, and keeping pace with evolving circumstances. Opening Information Horizons. 2019-June, 87-96.
- Monteiro, C., Shipman, F., & Gutierrez-Osuna, R. (2018). Comparing Visual, Textual, and Multimodal Features for Detecting Sign Language in Video Sharing Sites. 7-12.
- Poursardar, F., & Shipman, F. (2018). How perceptions of web resource boundaries differ for institutional and personal archives. 126-129.
- Jayarathna, S., & Shipman, F. (2017). Analysis and modeling of unified user interest. 2017-January, 298-307.
- Jayarathna, Ukwatta Kankanamalage Sampath (2016-08). Unified Implicit and Explicit Feedback for Multi-Application User Interest Modeling. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Kulkarni, Akshay (2016-05). Effect of Visualization of News Articles in Data Driven Games. (Master's Thesis)
- Bandyopadhyay, Sanghita (2016-05). Learning Based-Approach for Personalized Expert Detection. (Master's Thesis)
- Duggina, Satyakiran (2015-12). Evaluation of Alternative Face Detection Techniques and Video Segment Lengths on Sign Language Detection. (Master's Thesis)
- Junnutula, Meghanath Reddy (2015-08). Asynchronous and Synchronous Communications' Effect on User Engagement in Prediction Games. (Master's Thesis)