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Proceedings of the HCI'95 Conference on People and Computers X

Fullname:Proceedings of the Tenth Conference of the British Computer Society Human Computer Interaction Specialist Group
Note:People and Computers X
Editors:M. A. R. Kirby; Alan J. Dix; Janet E. Finlay
Location:Huddersfield, U.K.
Dates:1995-Aug-00
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Standard No:ISBN 0-521-56729-7; hcibib: BCSHCI95
Papers:29
Pages:438
  1. Invited Papers
  2. Time and Space
  3. Training and User Support
  4. Metaphor and Everyday Design
  5. User Action History
  6. Formalism in HCI
  7. Creativity and Design
  8. Computer-Supported Communication
  9. Visualisation
  10. Task Analysis in Context
  11. Sight and Sound

Invited Papers

History as Tool and Application: The Journey from HCI'91 BIBAK 3-14
  John M. Carroll
Support for HCI Educators: A View from the Trenches BIBAK 15-20
  Jean B. Gasen
Looking through HCI BIBAK 21-36
  T. R. G. Green

Time and Space

Time and the Web: Representing and Reasoning about Temporal Properties of Interaction with Distributed Systems BIBAK 39-50
  Chris Johnson
Cyberspace: The HCI Frontier? A New Model in Human-Computer Interaction BIBAK 51-62
  Ana Almeida; Licinio Roque; Antonio Figueiredo
Evaluation of Techniques for Specifying 3D Rotations with a 2D Input Device BIBAK 63-76
  Ines Jacob; Javier Oliver

Training and User Support

Interactive Task Support on the Shop Floor: Observations on the Usability of the Interactive Task Support System and Differences in Orientation and Hands-On Training Use BIBAK 79-93
  Marko Nieminen; Jyrki J. J. Kasvi; Anneli Pulkkis; Matti Vartiainen
HyperDoc: An Interactive Systems Tool BIBAK 95-106
  Harold Thimbleby; Mark Addison
A Proper Explanation When You Need One BIBAK 107-118
  Harold Thimbleby; Peter B. Ladkin

Metaphor and Everyday Design

Everyday Theories, Cognitive Anthropology and User-Centred System Design BIBAK 121-135
  Ben Anderson; James L. Alty
Metaphor Reflections and a Tool for Thought BIBAK 137-150
  Michael Smyth; Ben Anderson; James L. Alty
Which Metaphor for Which Database? BIBAK 151-165
  Tiziana Catarci; Maria F. Costabile; Maristella Matera

User Action History

A Model for Incremental Construction of Command Trees BIBAK 169-179
  Philippe P. Piernot; Marc P. Yvon
User Requirements for Undo Support in CSCW BIBAK 181-193
  Reza Hazemi; Linda Macaulay

Formalism in HCI

A Taxonomy and Evaluation of Formalisms for the Specification of Interactive Systems BIBAK 197-212
  Philippe Brun; Michel Beaudouin-Lafon
Formal Specification and Verification of CSCW using the Interactive Cooperative Object Formalism BIBAK 213-231
  Philippe Palanque; Remi Bastide

Creativity and Design

A Support Tool for the Conceptual Phase of Design BIBAK 235-245
  Ralph Stuyver; Jim Hennessey
Interactive Visualisation Artifacts: How can Abstractions Inform Design? BIBAK 247-265
  Lisa Tweedie
"I'll know what I want when I see it." -- Towards a Creative Assistant BIBAK 267-278
  Eric W. Tatham

Computer-Supported Communication

Computer Interviews: An Initial Investigation using Free Text Responses BIBAK 281-288
  D. Ramanee Peiris; Norman Alm; Peter Gregor
What's the Flaming Problem? or Computer Mediated Communication -- Deindividuating or Disinhibiting? BIBAK 289-302
  Rosalind Dyer; Ruth Green; Marian Pitts; Gill Millward

Visualisation

Tight Coupling: Guiding User Actions in a Direct Manipulation Retrieval System BIBAK 305-321
  Christopher Ahlberg; Staffan Truve
Are Visual Query Languages Easier to Use than Traditional Ones? An Experimental Proof BIBAK 323-338
  Tiziana Catarci; Giuseppe Santucci
An Evaluation of Open Hypertext Features for Improved File Access BIBAK 339-354
  Jane M. Fritz; Ian D. Benest

Task Analysis in Context

The Notion of Task in Human-Computer Interaction BIBAK 357-365
  Graham Storrs
Applying a Structured Method for Usability Engineering to Domestic Energy Management User Requirements: A Successful Case-Study BIBAK 367-385
  Adam Stork; James Middlemass; John Long
Theories of Context Influence the System Abstractions Used to Design Interactive Systems BIBAK 387-405
  Gilbert Cockton; Steven Clarke; Philip Gray

Sight and Sound

Can We Use Music in Computer-Human Communication? BIBAK 409-423
  James L. Alty
Red Faces over User Interfaces: What should Colour be used For? BIBAK 425-435
  Dan Diaper; P. S. Sahithi