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Interfaces for information retrieval and online systems : the state of the art

Author: Martin Dillon
Publisher: New York [...etc.] ; London : Greenwood Press, cop. 1991.
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Selected papers presented by professionals at a conference of the American Society for Information Science, along with additional commentary by guest editors comprise this volume, which condenses a  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Dillon
ISBN: 0313274940 9780313274947
OCLC Number: 716051213
Description: XXVI, 337 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction by Martin Dillon Interface Style, Martha Lindeman Comparison of Direct Manipulation, Menu Selection, and Command Language as Interaction Styles for Online Public Access Catalogs by Dudee Chiang Rapid Prototyping and Code Generation for Direct-Manipulation Interfaces by Ray R. Larson Toward a Direct-Manipulation Interface for Conceptual Information Retrieval Systems by Daniel E. Rose and Richard K. Belew The Berry-Picking Search: User Interface Design by Marcia J. Bates Artificial Intelligence and the User Interface Amy J. Warner Designing a Domain Knowledge Base for an Intelligence Interface by Doris Florian Modality, Extensionality, and Computability by Diana D. Woodward A Domain Knowledge-based Natural-Language Interface for Bibliographic Information Retrieval by Zbigniew Mikolajuk and Robert Chafetz Structured Representation of Theoretical Abstracts: Implications for User Interface Design by Hannah Francis and Elizabeth D. Liddy Hyperdocuments, Gary Marchionini Authoring Hyperdocuments: Designing for Interaction by Gary Marchionini, Peter Liebscher, and Xia Lin The User Interface: A Hypertext Model Linking Art Objects and Related Information by Judi Moline Information Chunking as an Interface Design Issue for Full-Text Databases by T. R. Girill Hypertext: User-driven Interfaces by Michael A. Shepherd and Carolyn Watters Details on Demand: Hypertext Models for Coping with Information Overload by Charles B. Kreitzberg A Task Analysis for a Hyperlibrary System by Martha J. Lindeman, John R. Bonneau, and Kym E. Pocius Case Studies in Human-Computer Interaction, Thomas H. Martin The Variability of Subject Searching in an Online Public Access Catalog over an Academic Year by Neal K. Kaske A Prototype Workstation for Accessing and Using an Optical Disc-based Database of Biomedical Documents by Frank L. Walker and George R. Thoma Designing a User-System Interface by Helen Pfuderer and K. C. Miller Exploring Discretionary Users' Interaction with Word-Processing Technology by Susan Wiedenbeck and Radhika Santhanam Evaluation, Martin Dillon User Interface Modeling by Carla L. Burns Generic Approach to CD-ROM Systems: A Formal Analysis of Search Capabilities and Ease of Use by Tian-Zhu Li The User Interface for CD-ROM Systems and Online Catalogs by Steven D. Atkinson, Judith Hudson, and Geraldene Walker Trends in Technological Standards, M.E.L. Jacob, editor The Client-Server Model in Information Retrieval by Clifford A. Lynch Selected Bibliography Index
Responsibility: ed. by Martin Dillon ; prep. under the auspices of the American Society for information science.


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?Compiles 22 papers presented at a 1989 American Society for Information Science mid-year conference. They are organized in six sections: interface styles, artificial intelligence and the user Read more...

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