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People and computers IX : proceedings of HCI '94, Glasgow, August 1994

Author: G Cockton; S W Draper; George R S Weir
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1994.
Series: Cambridge programme on human-computer interaction
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Annual meeting of UK HCI group; essential purchase for all researchers, designers and manufacturers.

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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G Cockton; S W Draper; George R S Weir
ISBN: 0521485576 9780521485579
OCLC Number: 32015773
Description: xii, 428 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. The future of graphic user interfaces: personal role managers; 2. Beyond the workstation: mediaspaces and augmented reality; Part I. Methodology of Interactive Systems Development: 3. Transferring HCI modelling and design techniques to practitioners: a framework and empirical work; 4. The use of visual indexing as an interview support technique; 5. A domain analysis of air traffic management work can be used to rationalise interface design issues; 6. Manuals as structured programs; 7. Improving education through computer-based alternative assessment methods; 8. Visual programming in a visual domain: a case study of cognitive dimensions; 9. Evaluating evaluation methods; Part II. Crafting Interaction: Styles, Metaphors, Modalities and Agents: 10. A comparison of placement strategies for effective visual design; 11. Evaluation of alternative operations for browsing hypertext; 12. On the problem of selecting interaction objects; 13. Minimising conceptual baggage: making choices about metaphor; 14. Keeping an eye on your interface: the potential for eye-based control of graphical user interfaces (GUIs); 15. A linguistic approach to sign language synthesis; 16. Generalisation and the adaptive interface; 17. Agent-based interaction; Part III. Modelling Humans, Computers and Their Interaction: 18. Multi-perspective modelling of interface design issues; undo in a collaborative editor; 19. Qualitative models of user interface; 20. Modelling interaction using template abstractions; 21. The formal analysis of human-computer interaction during accident investigations; Part IV. Notations and Tools for Design: 22. XUAN: enhancing UAN to capture temporal relationships among actions; 23. Structured notations to support human factors specification of interactive systems; 24. Discount dialogue modelling with action simulator; 25. Executable task analysis: integration issues; 26. Beyond data models for automated user interface generation; Part V. Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: 27. Designing a user interface for folding editors to support collaborative work; 28. Collaborative use of X-windows applications in observational astronomy; 29. Que sera sera - the problem of the future perfect in open and cooperative systems; 30. Viewpoints, actionpoints and spatial frames for collaborative user interfaces.
Series Title: Cambridge programme on human-computer interaction
Responsibility: edited by G. Cockton, S.W. Draper, G.R.S. Weir.

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Invited Papers Methodology of Interactive Systems Development Crafting Interaction: Styles, Metaphors, Modalities and Agents Modelling Humans, Computers and their Interaction Notations and Tools for Design Computer-Supported Cooperative Work

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