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Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction

Fullname:Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
Note:Creating New Relationships
Editors:Hans-Jorg Bullinger; Jurgen Ziegler
Location:Munich, Germany
Dates:1999-Aug-22 to 1999-Aug-26
Publisher:Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard No:Vol 1: ISBN 0-80583391-9 EISBN 0-58524786-2; hcibib: HCII99-1
  1. HCII 1999-08-22 Volume 1

HCII 1999-08-22 Volume 1

Age and implementation of new information technology in banking tasks BIB 3-5
  P. Huuhtanen; T. Ristimaki; T. Leino
Implementation of information technology in call centers BIB 6-10
  T. Ristimaki; T. Leino; P. Huuhtanen
Computer usability problems and psychological well-being BIB 11-14
  T. Leino; T. Ristimaki; P. Huuhtanen
Electronic document handling - a longitudinal study on the effects on physical and psychosocial work environment BIB 15-18
  C. Aborg
Ergonomics in VDU work: a randomized controlled trial BIB 19-22
  R. Ketola; M. Hakkanen; M. Toivonen; E.-P. Takala; E. Viikari-Juntura
Supporting the forearm and wrist during mouse and keybord work. A field study BIB 23-26
  E. Kylmaaho; S. Rauas; R. Ketola; E. Viikari-Juntura
Assessment of dose-response relationship between VDU work and discomfort BIB 27-30
  R. Toivonen; E.-P. Takala
A pragmatic and inclusive approach to assess health and safety aspects at VDU workplaces BIB 31-35
  H. Weber
The comparison of preferred settings between PC and CAD workstation BIB 36-40
  W. Hsu; M. Wang
Visual and lighting conditions for VDU workers BIB 41-45
  H.-H. Bjorset; A. Aaras; G. Horgen
Optometric examination and correction of VDU workers BIB 46-50
  G. Horgen; A. Aaras
Can a more neutral position and support of the forearms at the table top reduce pain for VDU operators. Laboratory and field studies BIB 51-55
  A. Aaras; O. Ro; G. Horgen
Variation of sitting posture in work with VDU's. The effect of downward gaze BIB 56-60
  K. I. Fostervold; I. Lie
Health improvements among VDU workers after reduction of the airborne dust in the office. - Three Double-blind intervention studies BIB 61-64
  K. Skyberg; K. Skulberg; E. Wijnand; A. I. Vistnes; F. Levy; P. Djupesland
Indoor foliage plants reduce mucous membrane and neuropsychological discomfort among office workers BIB 65-68
  K. B. Veiersted; T. Fjeld
Difference in the ANS activity between gaze angles while seated BIB 69-73
  K. Suzuki; D. R. Ankrum
Study of adaptive input system for telecommunication terminal - evaluation of discriminant which controls computer key-input - BIB 74-78
  S. Kitakaze; Y. Arifuku; T. Imaoka; S. Fukuzumi
Study on stress management - relationship among body sway, eye accomodation and mental fatigue by VDT work - BIB 79-83
  S. Fukuzumi; T. Yamazaki
Influences of ergo-meter work load stimulated fluctuations in CFF values of circadian rhythm on VDU work load related central nerve fatigue BIB 84-88
  M. Takeda; K. Satoru
Performance and muscle load among young and elderly BIB 89-92
  B. Laursen; B. R. Jensen; A. Ratkevicius
Forearm muscular fatigue during four hours of intensive computer mouse work - relation to age BIB 93-96
  B. R. Jensen; B. Laursen; A. Ratkevicius
Mental workload in IT work: combining cognitive and physiological perspectives BIB 97-101
  A. H. Jorgensen; A. H. Garde; B. Laursen; B. R. Jensen
Investigation of the use of non-keybord input devices (NKID) BIB 102-105
  P. Buckle; R. A. Haslam; V. Woods; S. Hastings
Fatigue and muscle activity in fast repetitive finger movements BIB 106-110
  T. Laubli; M. Schnoz; J. Weiss; H. Krueger
Quality of information in internet as an information security basis BIB 111-115
  T. Grinchenko
Authoring tools for internet publishing BIB 116-119
  M. V. Olenin; T. Grinchenko
Psychophysiological effect of the information technologies on users and a psychophysiological approach for its detection BIB 120-123
  A. Burov
Psychological aspects of the organisation of the distance learning BIB 124-128
  S. S. Azarov; O. V. Makyeyev
Psychological, ethic, and social peculiarities of using new information technologies BIB 129-132
  V. M. Bondarovskaia; A. A. Stognyi
The comfort evaluation of VR in vibration and slopes environment BIB 133-136
  C.-H. Chen; M. Lin; D. Chen; H.-T. Wu
The maintenance of habituation to virtual simulation sickness BIB 137-141
  P. A. Howarth; K. J. Hill
Virtual reality induced symptoms and effects (VRISE) in four different virtual reality display conditions BIB 142-146
  A. Ramsey; S. Nichols; S. Cobb
An investigation into predictive modeling of VE sickness BIB 147-151
  E. M. Kolasinski; R. D. Gilson
The search for a cybersickness dose value BIB 152-156
  R. H. Y. So
Keyboard tactile feedback and its effect on keying force applied BIB 157-161
  D. A. Thompson
An alternative keyboard for typists with carpal tunnel syndrome BIB 162-166
  P. J. McAlindon; F. G. Jentsch
Effect of menstrual cycle on monotonous works demand high awaking conditions BIB 167-172
  K. Kasamatsu; M. Anse; M. Funada; K. Idogawa; S. P. Ninomija
IT-quality and employees ability to cope, and how age affect subjective IT-quality BIB 173-177
  L. A. Solberg
Factors associated with the experience of stress and well-being in computer-based office work BIB 178-183
  P. Seppala
Visual strain and eye disorders in display uses BIB 184-186
  V. Kovalenko
VDT use and its relation to job stress in various sectors of industry in Finland: qualitative differences BIB 187-192
  K. Lindstrom; V. Hottinen
The physiological measurement of user comfort levels: an evaluation experiment for comparing three types of CRTs BIB 193-196
  S. Chen; Y. Machi; X. Ren; H. Kim
Coping with psychophysiological stress during multi-tasking in human-computer interaction BIB 197-200
  W. Boucsein; F. Schafer
How to determine optimal system response times in interactive computer tasks BIB 201-204
  O. Kohlisch
Office ergonomic interventions BIB 205-212
  M. Robertson
Extension of the ideaboard for educational applications BIB 213-217
  T. Sakurada; H. Bandoh; M. Nakagawa
Pointing accuracy with mobile pen-based devices for on-the-move applications BIB 218-222
  Y. K. Leung; C. Pilgrim; K. Mouzakis
OCR-oriented automatic document orientation correcting technique for mobile image scanners BIB 223-227
  K. Sakai; T. Noda
An easy internet browsing system with sophisticated human interface using 3-D graphics BIB 228-232
  K. Machii; S. Matsuo; Y. Atarashi; S. Kojima; M. Yaezawa; K. Koga; Y. Nakatsuka; K. Katsura
User adaptation of the pen-based user interface by reinforcement learning BIB 233-237
  S. Tano; M. Tsukiyama
FRONTIER: an application of a pen based interface to an ITS for guiding fraction calculation BIB 238-242
  K. Watanabe; T. Yamaguchi; H. Egashira; J. Ito; Y. Okazaki; H. Kondo; M. Okamoto; T. Yoshikawa
A paper based user interface for editing documents BIB 243-246
  Y. Maeda; M. Nakagawa
Interface using video captured images BIB 247-250
  Y. Shibuya; H. Tamura
Design of interface for operational support of an experimental accelerator with adaptability to user preference and skill level BIB 251-255
  M. Takahashi; Y. Kuramochi; S. Matsuyama; M. Fujisawa; M. Kitamura
Improving the usability of user interfaces by supporting the anticipation feedback loop BIB 256-260
  M. Plach; D. Wallach
User modelling in a GUI BIB 261-265
  M. Virvou; A. Stavrianou
Using a painting metaphor to rate large numbers of objects BIB 266-270
  P. Baudisch
IconStickers: converting computer icons into real paper icons BIB 271-275
  I. Siio; Y. Mima
Designing interactive music systems: a pattern approach BIB 276-280
  J. O. Borchers
Dextrous interaction with computer animations using vision-based gesture interface BIB 281-285
  J. Segen; S. Kumar
Perceptual Intelligence: learning gestures and words for individualized, adaptive interfaces BIB 286-290
  A. Pentland; D. Roy; C. Wren
Let your hands talk - gestures as a means of interaction BIB 291-295
  J. Machate; S. Schroter
The ARGUS-architecture for global computer vision-based interaction and its application in domestic enviroments BIB 296-300
  M. Kohler; S. Schroter; H. Muller
Virtual touchscreen - a novel user interface made of light - principles, metaphors and experiences BIB 301-305
  C. Maggioni; H. Rottger
Use of fuzzy logic in an adaptive interface meant for teleoperation BIB 306-310
  F. Vienne; A. M. Jolly-Desodt; D. Jolly
Specifications of human-machine interfaces for helping cooperation in human organizations BIB 311-315
  E. Adam
Work-oriented IT tool design for dynamic business processes and organization structures BIB 316-320
  M. Wolber
About the role of intelligent assistants in the control of safety-critical systems BIB 321-325
  G. A. Boy
Multi-agent systems for adaptive multi-user interactive system design: some issues of research BIB 326-330
  A. Peninou; E. Grislin-Le Strugeon; C. Kolski
Adaptive generation of graphical information presentations in a heterogeneous telecooperation environment BIB 331-335
  T. Rist; M. Huther
Combining user and usage modelling for user-adaptivity systems BIB 336-340
  A. Nikov; W. Pohl
A graphical user interface shifting from novice to expert BIB 341-345
  M. Oka; M. Nagata
Athena: an user-centered adaptive interface BIB 346-350
  S. De ASiebra; G. L. Ramalho
A control structure for adaptive interactive systems BIB 351-356
  A. Nikov; T. Georgiev; H.-G. Lindner
Harnessing new dimensions for creating informed interfaces BIB 357-361
  C. Farrell; R. Alfonso; F. Tillman
The effects of representational bias on collaborative inquiry BIB 362-366
  D.-D. Suthers
Redesign of distributed computer-mediated collaboration systems BIB 367-371
  R. M. Vick
Hypermedia enhancement of a print-based constructivist science textbook BIB 372-375
  T. W. Speitel; M. Iding; E. B. Klemm
A picture is worth more than two lines BIB 376-380
  C. Sophian; M. E. Crosby
Information gathering from hypermedia databases BIB 381-386
  J. C. Nordbotten
Gender and Computer Expertise BIB 387-391
  L. King
Calculation of totally optimized button configurations using fitts' law BIB 392-396
  A. Schmitt; P. Oel
3-D input device using a ball rotation interface BIB 397-401
  T. Takahashi; M. Kuzuya
Pointing devices for industrial use BIB 402-406
  D. Zuhlke; L. Krauss
Man-machine interaction using eye movement BIB 407-411
  K. Kohzuki; T. Nishiki; A. Tsubokura; M. Ueno; S. Harima; K. Tsushima
Relationship between size of icons and mouse operating force with complex actions during pointing tasks BIB 412-415
  K. Kotani; K. Horii
User-friendly by making the interface graspable BIB 416-420
  F. A. Voorhorst; H. Kruger
Influence of delay time in remote camera control BIB 421-425
  K. Takada; H. Tamura; Y. Shibuya
Creativity and usability engineering for next generation of human computer interaction BIB 426-430
  E. Averboukh; R. Miles; R. Schoeffel
Creativity and usability concepts in designing human computer interaction for management of complex dynamic systems BIB 431-435
  M. Kitamura
The effect of auditory accessory stimuli on picture categorisation; implications for interface design BIB 436-440
  M. Bussemakers; A. De Haan; P. M. C. Lemmens
A new method to synthesize Japanese sign language based on intuitive motion primitives BIB 441-445
  S. Lu; H. Sakato; T. Uezono; S. Igi
Empirical data on the use of speech and gestures in a multimodal human-computer environment BIB 446-450
  N. Carbonell; P. Dauchy
A multimedia system to collect, manage and search in narrative productions BIB 451-455
  G. Spinelli
Multimedia: the effect of picture, voice & text for the learning of concepts and principles BIB 456-460
  S. Guttormsen Schar; J. Kaiser; H. Krueger
Design of multimodal feedback mechanisms for interactive 3D object manipulation BIB 461-465
  R. Steffan; T. Kuhlen; F. Broicher
A distributed system for device diagnostics utilizing augmented reality, 3D audio, and speech recognition BIB 466-470
  V. Sundareswaran; R. Behringer; S. Chen; K. Wang
On the visual quality of still images and of low-motion talking head digital videos BIB 471-475
  P. J. Haubner
Spatio-temporal perspectives: a new way for cognitive enhancement BIB 476-480
  A. Goppold
A study on how depth perception is affected by different presentation of 3D objects BIB 481-485
  H. Sun; K. W. Chen; P. A. Heng
Color balance in color placement support systems for visualization BIB 486-490
  E. Cooper; K. Kamei
Cognitive architectures - a theoretical foundation for HCI BIB 491-495
  D. Wallach; M. Plach
Computer-based screening of the visual system BIB 496-500
  A. Hoffmann; M. Menozzi
Studies on classification of similar trademarks corresponding to human visual cognitive sense BIB 501-505
  T. Kanda; H. Nagashima
Defending and offending cultures BIB 506-510
  N. Aykin
Another software for another society? BIB 511-515
  A. L. Chavan
You don't have to be Jewish to design bagel.com, but it helps... and other matters BIB 516-520
  A. Marcus; J. Armitage; V. Frank; E. Guttman
GUI design preference validation for Japan and China - a case for KANSEI engineering? BIB 521-525
  G. Prabhu; D. Harel
Isomorphic sonification of spatial relations BIB 526-530
  A. D. N. Edwards; G. E. Evreinov; A. V. Agranovski
Virtual tactile maps BIB 531-535
  J. Schneider; T. Strothotte
Design of tactile graphics BIB 536-539
  M. Lange
Deriving tactile images from paper-based documents BIB 540-544
  T. Puck; G. Weber
Evaluating stress in the development of speech interface technology BIB 545-549
  A. W. Stedmon; C. Baber
Integrated recognition and interpretation of speech for a construction task domain BIB 550-554
  H. Brandt-Pook; G. A. Fink; S. Wachsmuth; G. Sagerer
Exploring the learnability of structured earcons BIB 555-559
  E. Pramana; Y. K. Leung
Repeats, reformulations, and emotional speech: evidence for the design of human-computer speech interfaces BIB 560-565
  K. Fischer
Task-oriented and speech-supported user interfaces in production technology BIB 566-570
  R. Daude; H. Hoymann; M. Weck
Compatibility problems in e-commerce interfaces BIB 571-575
  H. Henn; T. Stober
Customer segmentation and interface design BIB 576-579
  H. Schedl; H. Penzkofer; H. Schmalholz
User-side web page customization BIB 580-584
  Y. Aoki; A. Nakajima
A direct manipulation user interface for a telerobot on the internet BIB 585-589
  P. F. Elzer; H. Friz; R. Behnke
A new concept for designing internet learning applications for students of electrical engineering BIB 590-594
  D. Thissen; B. Scherff
Design strategy for an HTML administration and management user interface BIB 595-599
  T. Wolff
A visual approach to internet application development BIB 600-606
  M. Mosconi; M. Porta
Systematic design of human-computer-interfaces as relational semiotic systems BIB 607-611
  R. Haller
A wandering photographer BIB 612-615
  O. Endemann
Multidimensional orientation systems in virtual space on the basis of Finder BIB 616-620
  P. Zerweck
Development of an interface for computing and analyzing multidimensional perceptual space BIB 621-625
  L. L. Chen; J.-W. Lin
Interface issues in everyday products BIB 626-630
  H. Ginnow-Merkert
Cognition and learning in distributed design environments: experimental studies and human-computer interfaces BIB 631-635
  F. Cheng; Y.-H. Yen; H. Hoehn
Adaptable GUIs based on the componentware technique BIB 636-640
  S. Schreiber-Ehle
An approach for the complementary model to improve supervisory system BIB 641-645
  C.-H. Wang; T.-D. Lin
An experimental study of user interface in a data management system BIB 646-650
  J. Chen; S.-L. Hwang
Combined metric for user interface design and evaluation BIB 651-655
  A. Smith; L. Dunckley
User-interface design for online transactions: planet SABRE air-travel booking BIB 656-660
  A. Marcus; J. Armitage; V. Frank; E. Guttman
Interface design factors for shared multicultural interfaces BIB 661-665
  A. Smith; L. Dunckley
Combining knowledge acquisition with user centred design BIB 666-670
  H. I. Myrhaug; N. B. Moe; O. M. Winnem
Aesthetic design - just an add on? BIB 671-675
  M. Burmester; A. Platz; U. Rudolph; B. Wild
Keep cool: the value of affective computer interfaces in a rational world BIB 676-680
  E. Hollnagel
Affect-adaptive user interface BIB 681-685
  E. Hudlicka; J. Billingsley
Measurement in synthetic task environments for teams: a methodological typology BIB 686-690
  M. D. Coovert; L. Elliott; L. L. Foster; J. P. Craiger; D. Riddle
Countermeasures against stress: dynamic cognitive induction BIB 691-695
  R. P. Mahan; C. J. Marino; L. Elliott; E. Haarbauer; P. T. Dunwoody
The social psychology of intelligent machines: a research agenda revisited BIB 696-700
  A. R. Wellens; M. D. McNeese
Matrix evaluation method for planned usability improvements based on customer feedback BIB 701-705
  K. Baumann
Will baby faces ever grow up? BIB 706-709
  L. E. Holmquist
Small interfaces - a blind spot of the academical HCI community? BIB 710-714
  K. Kuutti
Good things in small packages: user-interface design for baby faces in devices and appliances for Y2K and beyond BIB 715-719
  A. Marcus; J. Armitage; V. Frank; E. Guttman
An integrated CAI/CAD system for graphic design BIB 720-724
  R. Lin; Y.-Y. Kang
Cultural differences in icon recognition BIB 725-729
  R. Lin
Synthesizing ideal product shapes by image morphing BIB 730-734
  L. L. Chen; S. H. Yan; J. W. Lin
WWW interface design for computerized service supporting system BIB 735-739
  T.-H. Liu; S.-L. Hwang; J.-C. Wang
A study on tactile interfaces as an aid to home electronic appliance operation for the visually impaired BIB 740-744
  W.-Z. Chen; W.-K. Chiou
An ergonomic design of EMG signal controlled HCI for stroke patients BIB 745-749
  W.-K. Chiou; M.-K. Wong
A comparison of multi-modal combination modes for the map system BIB 750-754
  G. Zhang; X. Ren; G. Dai
Multimodal human-computer communication in technical applications BIB 755-759
  H. Hienz; J. Marrenbach; R. Steffan; S. Akyol
Extracting baby-boomers' future expectations by the evaluation grid method through e-mail BIB 760-763
  J. Sanui; M. Ujigawa
Genetic algorythm (GA) as a means of ambiguous decision support by AHP BIB 764-768
  N. Matsuda
Cyber-messe: an operational prototype model BIB 769-773
  T. Tsunoda
The web crusade part 1: motives for creating personal web pages by individuals BIB 774-777
  G. Maruyama
The web crusade part 2: creating a web page design map BIB 778-782
  M. Ujigawa
The effects of facial expression on understanding Japanese sign language animation BIB 783-787
  S. Kawano; T. Kurokawa
Small group CSCW using web recources: a case study BIB 788-792
  T. K. Chuan
Testing videophone graphical symbols in Southeast Asia BIB 793-797
  T. Piamonte; J. Abeysekera; K. Ohlsson
An empirical evaluation of videophone symbols: an international study BIB 798-802
  T. Piamonte; K. Ohlsson; J. Abeysekera
Connecting culture, user characteristics and user interface design BIB 803-807
  T. A. Plocher; C. Garg; J. Chestnut
Challenges in designing user interfaces for handheld communication devices: - a case study BIB 808-812
  T. Po; K. Tan
Design methodology of Chinese user interface lessons from Windows 95/98 BIB 813-817
  J. Wang; D. Fu; Z. Jin; S. Li
The emotion mouse BIB 818-823
  W. Ark; C. E. Dryer; D. J. Lu
Smiling through: motivation at the user interface BIB 824-828
  N. Millard; L. Hole; S. Crowle
Affective computing for HCI BIB 829-833
  R. W. Picard
Computer assisted education with cognitive and biological feedback loops BIB 834-837
  E. Sokolov
What emotions are necessary for HCI? BIB 838-842
  D. Canamero
Affective computing: medical applications BIB 843-850
  R. N. Smith; W. J. Frawley
Asynchronous and distance communication over digital networks BIB 851-855
  E. S. Biagioni
Investigating user comprehension of complex multi-user interfaces BIB 856-860
  M. E. Crosby; D. N. Chin
An extendible architecture for the integration of eye tracking and user interaction events of Java programs with complex user interfaces BIB 861-865
  J. Stelovsky
Evolutionary approach to revolutionary use of software diagrams in client-designer communication BIB 866-870
  K. Takeda
Project leap: addressing measurement dysfunction in review BIB 871-874
  C. Moore
Between the situation of simulation and the situation of reference: the operators' representations BIB 875-879
  A. Van Daele; D. Coffyn
From field to simulator and microworld studies: the ecological validity of research BIB 880-884
  A. Loiselet; J.-M. Hoc; P. Denecker
The temporal structure of a dynamic environment in a microworld experiment BIB 885-889
  O. Carreras; H. Eyrolle
Training simulators in anesthesia: towards a hierarchy of learning situations BIB 890-894
  A.-S. Nyssen
A new integrated support environment for requirements analysis of user interface development BIB 895-899
  Y. Tokuda; T. Murakami; Y. Tanaka; E. S. Lee
A method for extracting requirements that a user interface prototype contains BIB 900-904
  A. Ravid; D. M. Berry
Documentation of prototypes in terms of use scenarios: nice to have or indispensable? BIB 905-908
  W. Dzida; R. Freitag
Design patterns: bridges between application domain and software labs BIB 909-912
  P. W. Fach
Specification of the user interface: state of the art in real projects BIB 913-917
  F. Strauss
Cooperative development: underspecification in external representations and software usability BIB 918-922
  E. O'Neill
Effects of the Internet marketplace on the usability practice BIB 923-927
  M. Itoh
Method to build good usability: task analysis and user interface design using operation flowcharts BIB 928-932
  H. Urokohara
QUIS: applying a new walkthrough method to a product design process BIB 933-937
  S. Suzuki; A. Kaneko; K. Ohmura
A comparative study of sHEM (structured heuristic evaluation method) BIB 938-942
  M. Kurosu; M. Sugizaki; S. Matsuura
3D Visualization of plant parameters and its evaluation BIB 943-947
  T. Sano; Y. Nakatani; A. Sugimoto
Simulation-based human interface evaluation for maintenance facilities BIB 948-952
  S. Matsuo; T. Nakagawa; Y. Nakatani; T. Ohi
Sensory evaluation method for determining portable information terminal requirements for nursing care applications BIB 953-957
  N. Hosono; H. Inoue; Y. Tomita
Quality control and the usability evaluation BIB 958-962
  H. Imai; A. Irie; H. Mayuzumi
Evaluation of taste for colours on motorcycle BIB 963-967
  M. Sugizaki
Proposal and evaluation of user interface for personal digital assistants BIB 968-972
  N. Masui; T. Okazaki; Y. Tonomura
Software tool for the use of human factors engineering guidelines to conduct control room evaluations BIB 973-977
  J. M. O'Hara; W. S. Brown
Embedding HCI guideline input to iterative user interface development BIB 978-982
  C. Stephanidis; D. Grammenos; D. Akoumianakis
Completing human factor guidelines by interactive examples BIB 983-987
  H. Wandke; J. Huttner
A petri nets based method for specification and automatic generation of user interface BIB 988-992
  F. Moussa; M. Riahi; M. Moalla; C. Kolski
An approach to improve design and usability of user interfaces for supervision systems by using human factors BIB 993-997
  E. Furtado
Automated generation of an on-line guidelines repository BIB 998-1002
  J. Vanderdonckt
Mental effort and evaluation of user-interfaces: a questionnaire approach BIB 1003-1007
  A. G. Arnold
User satisfaction measurement methodolgies: extending the user satisfaction questionnaire BIB 1008-1012
  G. Hollemans
WorkLAB - an interactive interface evaluation approach BIB 1013-1017
  R. Baggen; R. Wieland
IsoMetrics: an usability inventory supporting summative and formative evaluation of software systems BIB 1018-1022
  G. Gediga; K.-C. Hamborg
Tradeoffs in the design of the IBM computer usability satisfaction questionnaires BIB 1023-1027
  J. R. Lewis
Test it: ISONORM 9241/10 BIB 1028-1032
  J. Prumper
Task modelling for database interface development BIB 1033-1037
  T. Griffiths; N. W. Paton; C. A. Goble; A. J. West
An extensible architecture to support the structuring and the efficient exploitation of ergonomic rules BIB 1038-1042
  C. Farenc; P. Palanque
Assisting designers in developing interactive business oriented applications BIB 1043-1047
  J. Vanderdonckt
Human-centered model-based interface development BIB 1048-1052
  A. R. Puerta
Testing the usability of visual languages: a web-based methodology BIB 1053-1057
  M. Mosconi; M. Porta
The user action framework: a theory-based foundation for inspection and classification of usability problems BIB 1058-1062
  H. R. Hartson; T. S. Andre; R. C. Williges; L. Van Rens
The evaluator effect during first-time use of the cognitive walkthrough technique BIB 1063-1067
  M. Hertzum; N. E. Jacobsen
A process for appraising commercial usability evaluation methods BIB 1068-1072
  R. Fitzpatrick; A. Dix
From usability to actability BIB 1073-1077
  S. Cronholm; P. J. Agerfalk; G. Goldkuhl
Consequences of computer breakdowns on time usage BIB 1078-1082
  A. Coltekin; M. Vartiainen; M. I. Koc
Why extending ERP software with multi-user interfaces? BIB 1083-1087
  R. J. Van den Berg; I. M. Breedvelt-Schouten
Modelling multi-user tasks BIB 1088-1092
  F. Paterno; G. Ballardin; C. Mancini
Architecture for multi-user interfaces BIB 1093-1097
  I. M. Breedvelt-Schouten
Towards usable browse hierarchies for the web BIB 1098-1102
  K. Risden
Research methods for next generation HCI BIB 1103-1107
  M. Czerwinski
Remote usability testing through the internet BIB 1108-1113
  B. Chen; M. Mitsock; J. Coronado; G. Salvendy
Software tools for collection and analysis of observational data BIB 1114-1118
  L. Noldus; A. Kwint; W. ten Hove; R. Derix
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