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Proceedings of the HCI'87 Conference on People and Computers III

Fullname:Proceedings of the Third Conference of the British Computer Society Human Computer Interaction Specialist Group
Note:People and Computers III
Editors:Dan Diaper; Russel Winder
Location:University of Exeter
Dates:1987-Sep-07 to 1987-Sep-11
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Standard No:ISBN 0-521-35197-9; QA 76.9 A73; hcibib: BCSHCI87
  1. Preface
  2. Evaluation in Early Design
  3. Design Methods
  4. Computers and Education
  5. Analysis for Early Design
  6. Pictorial Interfaces
  7. Systems and Interfaces
  8. Writer's Assistants
  9. Control Systems' Interfaces
  10. Intelligent and Adaptive Interfaces
  11. Psychology of Users


Satisfying Goals: An Introduction to People and Computers III BIBA 1-8
  Dan Diaper

Evaluation in Early Design

The Incorporation of Early Interface Evaluation into Command Language Grammar Specifications BIBA 11-28
  Brian Sharratt
Analysis of Communication Tasks for the Design of a Structured Messaging System BIBA 29-40
  Paul Buckley; Peter Johnson
Human Factors and the Problems of Evaluation in the Design of Speech Systems Interfaces BIBA 41-49
  Dylan Jones; Kevin Hapeshi; Clive Frankish

Design Methods

Patterned Systems Design -- HCI in Commercial Data Processing BIBA 53-60
  Brian Shorrock
Describing a Product Opportunity: A Method of Understanding the Users' Environment BIBA 61-74
  Andrew Hutt; Nick Donnelly; Linda Macaulay; Chris Fowler; Deborah Twigger
The Travel Metaphor as Design Principle and Training Aid for Navigating Around Complex Systems BIBA 75-90
  Nick Hammond; Lesley Allinson

Computers and Education

Human Factors in Systems Design: A Case Study BIBA 93-102
  Christopher Finch Reynolds
A Flexible Negotiable Interactive Learning Environment BIBA 103-113
  Rolf Ferm; Mikael Kindborg; Anita Kollerbaur
The Drexel Disk: An Electronic "Guidebook" BIBA 115-129
  Thomas T. Hewett

Analysis for Early Design

Preliminary Analysis for Design BIBA 133-146
  Mark Keane; Peter Johnson
Refining Early Design Decisions with a Black-Box Model BIBA 147-158
  Andrew F. Monk; Alan Dix

Pictorial Interfaces

Pictorial Knowledge Bases BIBA 161-173
  P. G. Barker; K. A. Manji
Visual Languages and Human Computer Interaction BIBA 175-187
  Mikael Kindborg; Anita Kollerbaur
Video Browsing and System Response Time BIB 189-198
  John F. Patterson; Carmen Egido

Systems and Interfaces

Formally-Based Techniques for Dialogue Design BIBA 201-213
  Heather Alexander
The Myth of the Infinitely Fast Machine BIBA 215-228
  Alan J. Dix
INTERA/P: A User Interface Prototyping Tool BIBA 229-244
  Osamu Hashimoto; Hitoshi Miyai

Writer's Assistants

Designing Electronic Paper to Fit User Requirements BIBA 247-257
  Cathy Thomas
Human-Computer Factors in the Design of a Multimedia Authoring Environment BIBA 259-265
  Diana Burkhardt; Bob Hendley; Peter Jarratt; Nick Jurascheck; Jim Yandle; Joseph Awumee; Paule Chicken; Gillian Weston

Control Systems' Interfaces

Automation -- Implications for Knowledge Retention as a Function of Operator Control Responsibility BIBA 269-282
  C. S. Narborough-Hall
A Human-Computer Interface for Control System Design BIBA 283-293
  H. A. Barker; P. Townsend; C. P. Jobling; P. W. Grant; M. Chen; D. A. Simon; I. Harvey
Parcel Sorting by Speech Recognition: Human Factors Issues BIBA 295-303
  C. R. Frankish; D. M. Jones; C. Madden; K. Waight; J. Stoddart

Intelligent and Adaptive Interfaces

Expert Systems -- Interface Insight BIBA 307-324
  Anne Morris
Some Critical Remarks on Abstractions for Adaptable Dialogue Managers BIBA 325-343
  Gilbert Cockton
An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Adaptive Interface Module (AIM) in Matching Dialogues to Users BIBA 345-359
  C. J. H. Fowler; L. A. Macaulay; S. Siripoksup

Psychology of Users

Planning in the Context of Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 363-370
  Richard M. Young; Tony Simon
Knowledge Acquisition and Conceptual Models: A Cognitive Analysis of the Interface BIBA 371-379
  Andrew Dillon