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Proceedings of the HCI'85 Conference on People and Computers: Designing the Interface

Fullname:Proceedings of the Conference of the British Computer Society Human Computer Interaction Specialist Group
Note:People and Computers: Designing the Interface
Editors:Peter Johnson; Stephen Cook
Location:University of East Anglia
Dates:1985-Sep-17 to 1985-Sep-20
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Standard No:ISBN 0-521-32066-6; QA 76.9 S88B755 1985; hcibib: BCSHCI85
  1. The Design Process: Models and Notation for Interaction
  2. The Design Process: Applications of Task Models
  3. The Design Process: Interaction Techniques
  4. The Design Process: Dialogue Management and Design
  5. The Design Process: Evaluation
  6. Applications: Simplified User Interfaces
  7. Applications: Expert Systems
  8. Applications: Computer Based Training
  9. Applications: Office Automation
  10. Applications: Electronic Mail
  11. Design Issues: Speech Interaction
  12. Design Issues: Models of Programming
  13. Design Issues: Graphical Interfaces

The Design Process: Models and Notation for Interaction

Modelling User Behaviour with Formal Grammar BIBA 3-12
  A. J. Fountain; M. A. Norman
Abstract Models of Interactive Systems BIBA 13-22
  Alan Dix; Colin Runciman
Definitive Notations for Interaction BIBA 23-34
  Meurig Beynon
User Modelling Techniques for Interactive Systems BIBAK 35-45
  I. Clowes; I. Cole; F. Arshad; C. Hopkins; A. Hockley

The Design Process: Applications of Task Models

Towards a Task Model of Messaging: An Example of the Application of TAKD to User Interface Design BIBA 46-62
  P. Johnson
Analysing the Learning of Command Sequences in a Menu System BIBA 63-75
  M. D. Wilson; P. J. Barnard; A. MacLean
Effects of System and Knowledge Variables on a Task Component of "Teleshopping" BIBA 76-91
  P. K. Buckley; J. B. Long

The Design Process: Interaction Techniques

Helping Both the Novice and Advanced User in Menu-Driven Information Retrieval Systems BIBA 92-101
  D. L. Heppe; W. H. Edmondson; R. Spence
Requirements for an Intelligent Form-Filling Interface BIBA 102-116
  D. M. Frohlich; L. P. Crossfield; G. N. Gilbert
Use of Conceptual Maps as Human-Computer Interfaces BIBA 117-127
  A. G. Sutcliffe

The Design Process: Dialogue Management and Design

A Path Algebra Support Facility for Interactive Dialogue Designers BIBA 128-137
  J. L. Alty; R. A. Ritchie
Three Transition Network Dialogue Management Systems BIBA 138-147
  Gilbert Cockton
GUIDE: A UNIX-Based Dialogue Design System BIBA 148-160
  P. Gray; A. Kilgour
Formalising Guidelines for the Design of Interactive Systems BIBA 161-171
  M. D. Harrison; H. W. Thimbleby

The Design Process: Evaluation

Evaluating the Human Interface of a Data Entry System: User Choice and Performance Measures Yield Different Tradeoff Functions BIBA 172-185
  A. MacLean; P. J. Barnard; M. D. Wilson
The Relationship Between Cognitive Style and Dialogue Style: An Explorative Study BIBA 186-198
  C. J. H. Fowler; L. A. Macaulay; J. F. Fowler
Use of Man-Modelling CAD Systems by the Ergonomist BIBA 199-208
  P. L. Rothwell

Applications: Simplified User Interfaces

SUSI -- A Smart User-System Interface BIBA 211-220
  J. Jerrams Smith
Interfaces for Database Systems BIBA 221-229
  M. A. Newton; S. M. Sussmann; J. Watkins
The Interactive Process Scheduler BIBA 230-238
  D. J. Browning; G. M. Cain; F. G. Gouldstone; J. McEntegart

Applications: Expert Systems

What Kind of System Does an Expert Need? BIBA 239-247
  A. L. Rector; P. D. Newton; P. H. Marsden
The Consultative Role of an Expert System BIBA 248-254
  A. L. Kidd
The Use of Rule Induction, A Knowledge Acquisition Technique for Expert Systems, to Interpret HCI Experiments BIBA 255-263
  A. Brooks; J. L. Alty

Applications: Computer Based Training

Intelligent Computer Based Training BIBA 264-272
  P. S. Roberts
The Presentation of Learning Material via Microcomputers and a Method for Assessing its Effectiveness BIBA 273-281
  G. M. Mills
Mathematical Students and Computers: An Interface for Experimentation BIBA 282-289
  J. A. Glen

Applications: Office Automation

What Do Clerical Workers Think About Computers? BIBA 290-298
  L. A. Macaulay; C. J. H. Fowler; R. Porteus
A Committee Secretarial Support System BIBA 299-309
  B. M. Brown; P. R. Davies; W. A. Gray
Looking Back on the Office of the Future BIB 310-316
  Barry Sheffield

Applications: Electronic Mail

Mailbox Advances & MMI Needs BIBA 317-330
  Paul A. Wilson
An Intelligent Mail Filter BIBA 331-341
  C. D. B. Boyle; M. R. B. Clarke

Design Issues: Speech Interaction

Speech Technology: Is It Working? BIBA 345-358
  Mike Talbot
A Voice Input Programming System BIBA 359-368
  D. Crookes; E. Murray; F. J. Smith; I. T. A. Spence

Design Issues: Models of Programming

A Model of Program Designer Behaviour BIBA 369-379
  Jawed I. A. Siddiqi
Towards a Framework for Human-Computer Discourse BIBA 380-393
  Mark Elsom-Cook

Design Issues: Graphical Interfaces

The Effect of Advanced Workstations on CAD BIB 394-403
  B. Gay; A. P. H. Jordan
Interactive Graphical Tools in the Social Sciences BIBA 404-414
  Nick Ryan
A Window Manager with a Modular User Interface BIBA 415-426
  William Newman; Nigel Stephens; Dominic Sweetman