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People and Computers VIII

People and Computers VIII

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Erik Hollnagel, Gerhard Fischer, Wai On Lee, Philip J. Barnard, Jackie Moyes, Patrick W. Jordan, Andrew Dillon, Marian Sweeney, Martin Maguire, Jon May, Lisa A. Tweedie, Ann Blandford, Richard M. Young, Eugenio Zabala, Richard W. Taylor, Jan van Putten, Nardie Scharenborg, Auke Woerlee, Lon Barfield, Eddy Boeve, Steven Pemberton, Peter Faraday, Alistair Sutcliffe, Christoph Maggioni, T. T. Carey, M. S. Ellis, M. Rusli, S. Wilson, P. Johnson, C. Kelly, J. Cunningham, P. Markopoulos, C. W. Johnson, M. V. Springett, A. S. Grant, H. Johnson, John M. Carroll, Juergen Koenemann-Belliveau, Mary Beth Rosson, Mark Kevin Singley, Miles Macleod, Ralph Rengger, A. G. Sutcliffe, U. K. Patel, C. W. Johnson, Beth Adelson, F. P. Coenen, I. Finch, T. J. M. Bench-Capon, M. J. R. Shave, Andy McKinlay, Rob Procter, Oliver Masting, Robin Woodburn, John Arnott, Jean Scholtz, Simon P. Davies, Mike Brayshaw, Marc Eisenstadt, Henry Bloomfield, Peter Johnson, Harold Thimbleby
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  • Date Published: October 1993
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521466332

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  • Human Computer Interaction (HCI) is concerned with every aspect of the relationship between computers and people (individuals, groups and society). The annual meeting of the British Computer Society's HCI group is recognised as one of the main venues for discussing recent trends and issues. This volume contains refereed papers and reports at the 1993 meeting. A broad range of HCI related topics are covered, including user interface design, user modelling, tools, hypertext, CSCW, and programming. Both research and commercial perspectives are considered, making the book essential for all researchers, designers and manufacturers who need to keep abreast of developments in HCI.

    • Covers important topics like interface design, hypertext, and CSCW
    • Essential for all developers and designers
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    • Date Published: October 1993
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521466332
    • length: 502 pages
    • dimensions: 248 x 174 x 23 mm
    • weight: 0.934kg
    • contains: 32 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. The design of reliable HCI: the hunt for hidden assumptions Erik Hollnagel
    2. Beyond human computer interaction: designing useful and usable computational environments Gerhard Fischer
    3. Precipitating change in system usage by function revelation and problem reformulation Wai On Lee and Philip J. Barnard
    4. Icon design and its effect on guessability, learnability and experienced user performance Jackie Moyes and Patrick W. Jordan
    5. Adapting to interface resources and circumventing interface problems: knowledge development in a menu search task Wai On Lee
    6. A survey of usability engineering within the European IT industry - current practice and needs Andrew Dillon, Marian Sweeney and Martin Maguire
    7. Modelling user performance in visually based interactions Jon May, Lisa A. Tweedie and Philip J. Barnard
    8. Developing runnable user models: separating the problem solving techniques from the domain knowledge Ann Blandford and Richard M. Young
    9. Power tools: new generation data presentation tools Eugenio Zabala and Richard W. Taylor
    10. A generic user interface constructor for planning and scheduling applications Jan van Putten, Nardie Scharenborg and Auke Woerlee
    11. Objects, invariants and treacle: animation in the views system Lon Barfield, Eddy Boeve and Steven Pemberton
    12. A method for multimedia interface design Peter Faraday and Alistair Sutcliffe
    13. A novel device for using the hand as a human-computer interface Christoph Maggioni
    14. Reusing user interface designs: experiences with a prototype tool and high-level representations T. T. Carey, M. S. Ellis and M. Rusli
    15. Beyond hacking: a model based approach to user interface design S. Wilson, P. Johnson, C. Kelly, J. Cunningham and P. Markopoulos
    16. Specifying and prototyping dynamic human-computer interfaces for stochastic applications C. W. Johnson
    17. Interface semantics and users' device models: identifying evaluation issues for direct manipulation design M. V. Springett and A. S. Grant
    18. User-centred evaluation of explanation facilities in information systems H. Johnson
    19. Critical incidents and critical themes in empirical usability evaluation John M. Carroll, Juergen Koenemann-Belliveau, Mary Beth Rosson and Mark Kevin Singley
    20. The development of DRUM: a software tool for video-assisted usability evaluation Miles Macleod and Ralph Rengger
    21. The three-dimensional graphical user interface: evaluation for design evolution A. G. Sutcliffe and U. K. Patel
    22. A formal approach to the presentation of CSCW systems C. W. Johnson
    23. Theory-based negotiation frameworks for supporting group work Beth Adelson
    24. Autonomous support for group working: the aide de camp project F. P. Coenen, I. Finch, T. J. M. Bench-Capon and M. J. R. Shave
    25. A study of turn-taking in a computer-supported group task Andy McKinlay, Rob Procter, Oliver Masting, Robin Woodburn and John Arnott
    26. A longitudinal study of transfer between programming languages by experienced programmers Jean Scholtz
    27. Expertise and display-based strategies in computer programming Simon P. Davies
    28. MRE: a flexible and customisable program visualisation architecture Mike Brayshaw
    29. Why hyper talk debugging is more painful than it ought to be Marc Eisenstadt
    30. Towards cognitively salient relations for hypertext navigation Henry Bloomfield and Peter Johnson
    31. Combining systems and manuals Harold Thimbleby.

  • Editors

    J. L. Alty, Loughborough University

    D. Diaper, University of Liverpool

    S. Guest, Loughborough University

    Contributors

    Erik Hollnagel, Gerhard Fischer, Wai On Lee, Philip J. Barnard, Jackie Moyes, Patrick W. Jordan, Andrew Dillon, Marian Sweeney, Martin Maguire, Jon May, Lisa A. Tweedie, Ann Blandford, Richard M. Young, Eugenio Zabala, Richard W. Taylor, Jan van Putten, Nardie Scharenborg, Auke Woerlee, Lon Barfield, Eddy Boeve, Steven Pemberton, Peter Faraday, Alistair Sutcliffe, Christoph Maggioni, T. T. Carey, M. S. Ellis, M. Rusli, S. Wilson, P. Johnson, C. Kelly, J. Cunningham, P. Markopoulos, C. W. Johnson, M. V. Springett, A. S. Grant, H. Johnson, John M. Carroll, Juergen Koenemann-Belliveau, Mary Beth Rosson, Mark Kevin Singley, Miles Macleod, Ralph Rengger, A. G. Sutcliffe, U. K. Patel, C. W. Johnson, Beth Adelson, F. P. Coenen, I. Finch, T. J. M. Bench-Capon, M. J. R. Shave, Andy McKinlay, Rob Procter, Oliver Masting, Robin Woodburn, John Arnott, Jean Scholtz, Simon P. Davies, Mike Brayshaw, Marc Eisenstadt, Henry Bloomfield, Peter Johnson, Harold Thimbleby

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