This series includes books on all aspects of the interaction of humans and computers. It is intended to demonstrate how scientific and engineering research and development activities can contribute to the effective use of computers both in the workplace and at home.HCI involves many disciplines: psychology, sociology, ergonomics, education, computer sciences, software engineering and artificial intelligence. The series will reflect this diversity and will contain books on the application of these disciplines to HCI, both at a theoretical and a more practical level. The series will be mainly at graduate level and above, although there may be undergraduate texts produced. The series should also appeal to people involved in the practical aspects of system development.
Managing Editor: J. Long, University College London