In addition to my peer-reviewed publications, I authored or edited the following:
Books edited (1)
Hooper, C.J., Martens, J-B., Markopoulos, P. (Eds) 2011. Proceedings of the DESIRE’11 Conference on Creativity and Innovation in Design. Eindhoven, the Netherlands. [link]
Hooper, C, Middleton, S., van Hardeveld, G. and Surridge, M. (2015) The Digital Police Officer using linguistic analysis to identify cybercriminals. In: “Web Science Institute One Year On: Privacy and Trust in the Era of Big Data Analytics”. Web Science Institute Workshop 2015, London, UK, Jun 2015.
Hooper, C.J. (2011) Examining Web-mediated Experiences. In: Web Science summer school, July 2011, Galway, Ireland.
Hooper, C. J. and Millard, D. E. (2010) Creative Software Engineering. In: “Models of Creative Design” summer school, September 2010, Aveiro University, Portugal.
Hooper, C. and Millard, D. E. (2009) Creative Software Engineering. In: Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2009.
Hooper, C. and Millard, D. E. (2009) Tugging at the Seams: Understanding the Fabric of Social Sites. In: Hypertext 2009.
Owens Hooper, C. J., Millard, D. E. and Stanford-Clark, A. (2009) Methods for Re-imagining Social Tools in New Contexts. In: WebSci09.
Hooper, C.J. (2006) Pervasive Tools to Help Dyslexic Students. In: WWW’06 BCSWomen and Women@CL Career Development Workshop, May 22, 2006, Edinburgh, UK.
van Hardeveld, Gert, Webber, Craig, Hooper, Clare and Middleton, Stuart (2015) The Digital Police Officer: using natural language processing to identify cybercriminals. In, Eurocrim 2015, Porto, PT, 02 - 05 Sep 2015. [link] [pdf]
Technical reports (5)
Hooper, C.J. (2011) Web Science is Growing Up: Interdisciplinary Insights and a Maturing Community at WebSci’11. ACM Bulletin: MemberNet Europe (September 2011). http://europe.acm.org/mn-europe/#WebSci [pdf]
Hooper, C. J. (2009) A Framework for Re-imaging and Enabling Access to Online Social Phenomena. Technical Report, ECS, University of Southampton. [pdf]
Hooper, C.J. (2007) Pervasive Technologies and Support for Independent Living. Technical Report, ECS, University of Southampton. [pdf]
Hooper, C.J. (2005) StorySpinner: Automatic narration based on user-selected symbols. Technical Report, ECS, University of Southampton. [pdf]