|类型/形式：||Conference papers and proceedings
|所有的著者/提供者：||Association for Computing Machinery. Special Interest Group on Systems Documentation.|
|描述：||vi, 206 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
|其他题名：||Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference on Emerging from Chaos, Solutions for the Growing Complexity of Our Jobs.
Emerging from chaos, solutions for the growing complexity of our jobs
SIGDOC '95 conference proceedings
|责任：||sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Systems Documentation (SIGDOC).|
Section1.Performance support: online, integrated documentation and training\ by William R. Bezanson -- Section2. Technical communicators' current views on usability and collaboration\ by Pär Carlshamre, Joanna L. Tumminello -- Section3. Publishing online, a commercial (ad)venture\ by Nancy Cooke, David McAllister -- Section4. Creating an elegant, intuitive, user interface\ by Mary Margaret Couse -- Section5. Logistics of integrating online help, documentation, and training: a practical example\ by R. Stanley Dicks, Scott Lind -- Section6. Development of the AT&T PersonaLink services online documentation system\ by Ronald L. Enfield -- Section7. Contractor management for the 90s and beyond\ by Hugh J. Findlay -- Section8. Webbed documents\ by Malcolm Graham, Andrew Surray -- Section9. Documentation project management: some problems and solutions\ by Katherine Haramundanis -- Section10. Real information, virtual documents\ by Stephen L. Harris, James H. Ingram -- Section11. Using the Internet to send & receive documents & automate the office\ by Julie Jensen, Gregg Woodfin -- Section12. Delivering a large information database\ by Christina L. Klein -- Section13. Integration of information development with product development\ by Brian Larmour, Roy MacLean -- Section14. Developing hardcopy and online information for OS/2 and windows… and other impossibilities\ by Michelle Corbin Nichols, Chuck Jaynes, Randy Eckhoff -- Section15. Implementing a large scale windows help system: critical success factors and lessons learned\ by Kenneth R. Ohnemus -- Section16. Hyperintelligence—a total work support tool\ by Hironao Ozu, Taiji Tsuchida, Mikio Sasaki -- Section17. On-line design for a single-sourced document: maintaining a single source for online and hardcopy without sacrificing online usability\ by Michael Priestley -- Section18. The Visualage C++ for OS/2 User's Guide: a multi-writer, single-sourcing challenge\ by Michael Priestley, Laura Rintjema -- Section19. The system is a mirror: turbulence and information technology\ by Stuart Robbins -- Section20. Preparing for ISO 9000 registration: the role of the technical communicator\ by Katie Schuler -- Section21. Documentation design decisions: accounting for customer preferences\ by Karl L. Smart, Kristen Bell De Tienne, Matthew E. Whitting -- Section22. Towards a new generation of authoring tools\ by Rick Sobiesiak -- Section23. The electronic RFP: changing the way the government does business\ by Gail Thornburg -- Section24. Personalized information structures II: hyperstructure hotlists\ by Scott R. Tilley, Walter M. Lamia -- Section25. Where campus meets the Internet: a universally accessible online documentation system\ by Susan Topol, Mark Smith, Suzanne Schluederberg -- Section26. Creating custom SGML DTDs for documentation products\ by Bradley C. Watson, Keith Shafer -- Section27. Knowledge acquisition and representation techniques in scholarly communication\ by Brian R. Gaines, Mildred L. G. Shaw