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Proceedings of the HCI'91 Conference on People and Computers VI

Fullname:Proceedings of the Sixth Conference of the British Computer Society Human Computer Interaction Specialist Group
Note:People and Computers VI: Usability Now
Editors:Dan Diaper; Nick Hammond
Location:Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
Dates:1991-Aug-20 to 1991-Aug-23
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Standard No:ISBN 0-521-41694-9; hcibib: BCSHCI91
Papers:30
Pages:456
  1. Invited Papers
  2. HCI Frameworks
  3. Scenarios and Rationales in Design
  4. Groupware
  5. Graphical Interaction
  6. Evaluation
  7. UIMS and Workstations
  8. Cognitive Dimensions
  9. Applications
  10. Task Analysis
  11. Space and Location
Preface BIB 1-2
  Terry Mayes
Giving Referees Their Head BIB 3-7
  Dan Diaper

Invited Papers

Demonstrational Interfaces: A Step Beyond Direct Manipulation BIBAK 11-30
  Brad A. Myers
Multimedia -- What is It and How Do We Exploit It? BIBAK 31-44
  James L. Alty

HCI Frameworks

History and Hysteresis in Theories and Frameworks for HCI BIBAK 47-55
  John M. Carroll
Human Factors and Structured Software Development: The Importance of Software Structure BIBAK 57-72
  Gilbert Cockton
Users, Systems and Interfaces: A Unifying Framework for Interaction BIBAK 73-87
  Gregory D. Abowd; Russell Beale

Scenarios and Rationales in Design

Signature Tasks and Paradigm Tasks: New Wrinkles on the Scenarios Methodology BIBAK 91-101
  Richard M. Young; Philip J. Barnard
The Use of Scenarios by User Interface Designers BIBAK 103-115
  Lesley Clarke
Communicating Human Factors Expertise Through Design Rationales and Scenarios BIBAK 117-130
  Tom Carey; Diane McKerlie; Walter Bubie; James Wilson

Groupware

Supporting Prediction in Complex Dynamic Systems BIBAK 133-144
  V. C. Miles; C. W. Johnson; J. C. McCarthy; M. D. Harrison
Applying Temporal Logic to Support the Specification and Prototyping of Concurrent Multi-User Interfaces BIBAK 145-156
  C. W. Johnson
Coordination and Control for Collaborative Workstation Design BIBAK 157-167
  Mark O. Pendergast; Margaret M. Beranek

Graphical Interaction

Iconographer as a Visual Programming System BIBAK 171-185
  Stephen W. Draper; Kevin W. Waite
User Input to Iconographer BIBAK 187-198
  Kevin W. Waite; Stephen W. Draper
Wet and Sticky: Supporting Interaction with Wet Paint BIBAK 199-208
  Tunde Cockshott; David England

Evaluation

The Use of Focus Groups as an Evaluation Technique in HCI BIBAK 211-224
  Patrick J. O'Donnell; Geoff Scobie; Isobel Baxter
Training within an Interactive Multimedia Environment BIBAK 225-236
  Arja Vainio-Larsson
Guessability, Learnability, and Experienced User Performance BIBAK 237-245
  Patrick W. Jordan; Stephen W. Draper; Kirsteen K. MacFarlane; Shirley-Anne McNulty

UIMS and Workstations

The Active Medium: A Conceptual and Practical Architecture for Direct Manipulation BIBAK 249-264
  Roger Took
The Development of a Visual Style for a BT X Window System Toolkit BIBAK 265-279
  Karen Mahony; Andrew Gower
A Predictive Reference Model for Use in a Speech Driven Word Processing System BIBAK 281-293
  Jill Hewitt; James Monaghan; Christine Cheepen

Cognitive Dimensions

Describing Information Artifacts with Cognitive Dimensions and Structure Maps BIBAK 297-315
  T. R. G. Green
Visibility: A Dimensional Analysis BIBAK 317-329
  David J. Gilmore
Cognitive Dimensions of Design Rationale BIBAK 331-344
  Simon Shum

Applications

Helping the Police with Their Enquiries BIBAK 347-358
  Andy Woods; Dermot P. Browne; John Friend
A Study of Conversational Turn-Taking in a Communication Aid for the Disabled BIBAK 359-371
  R. Woodburn; R. Procter; J. L. Arnott; A. F. Newell
Navigating the Interface by Sound for Blind Users BIBAK 373-383
  Ian J. Pitt; Alistair D. N. Edwards

Task Analysis

User Modelling: The Task Oriented Modelling (TOM) Approach to the Designer's Model BIBAK 387-402
  Dan Diaper; Mark Addison
Assessing the Programming Language PML as a Task Analysis Method and Product BIBAK 403-417
  Andy Whitefield; Julie Wight; Andrew Life; Martin Colbert

Space and Location

Cognitive Representations of Space in the Design and Use of Geographical Information Systems BIBAK 421-433
  D. J. Medyckyj-Scott; M. Blades
The Principle of Locality Used for Hypertext Presentation: Navigation and Browsing in CONCORDE BIBAK 435-452
  M. Hofmann; H. Langendorfer; K. Laue; E. Lubben