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Proceedings of the joint conference on Easier and more productive use of computer systems

Fullname:Proceedings of the Joint Conference on Easier and More Productive Use of Computer Systems
Editors:Lorraine Borman
Location:Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Dates:1981-May-20 to 1981-May-22
Standard No:ISBN 0-89791-056-7; ACM Order Number: 608810 (v. I) ISBN 0-89791-064-8; ACM Order Number: 608811 (v. II); ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CHI81; acmdl: 800276
Pages:75 149
  1. CHI 1981-05-20 Volume 1
  2. CHI 1981-05-20 Volume 2

CHI 1981-05-20 Volume 1

Comparison of some available packages for use in research data management BIBAFull-Text 1-8
  Edward A. Greenberg; Wm. Max Ivey; Bruce R. Lewis
Organizing the annual housing surveys as a very large relationally oriented data base BIBAFull-Text 9-15
  Andrew A. Beveridge; Jennifer A. Norris
The 1940 and 1950 Public Use Sample Project: Data quality issues BIBAFull-Text 16-19
  Richard M. Cohn; Howard R. Prouse
The automation of data processing, analysis, and reporting in a large survey time-series database. BIBAFull-Text 20-23
  Christopher J. Gordon; Michael B. Zartman
A new process for documenting and checking archival data BIBAFull-Text 24-31
  Erik W. Austin; Sylvia J. Barge; Susan M. Horvath; Santa M. Traugott
An automated system for responding to data service requests BIBAFull-Text 32-35
  Tina G. Bixby; Janet K. Vavra
Online searches of social science data sets: The RIQS system and ICPSR data BIBAFull-Text 36-44
  Ann Janda; Kenneth Janda
Developing an aggregated survey/macro-economic database for statistical and graphical social science applications BIBAFull-Text 45-47
  Michael B. Zartman; Christopher J. Gordon
On-line manipulation of small area demographic data: AmericanProfile sm BIBAFull-Text 48-57
  Garry S. Meyer
Bibliometric analysis of American history data by FAMULUS BIBAFull-Text 58
  Miranda Lee Pao
Bibliometric analysis of isi's Arts & Humanities Citation index BIBAFull-Text 58
  Morton V. Malin; Martha C. Dean
  Knut Hofland; Sigbjorn Arhus
The text's the thing: Concordances to literary texts BIBAFull-Text 59
  Michael Preston
Sift - searching in free text: A text retrieval system BIBAFull-Text 59
  Oystein Reigem
A thesaurus for Canadian iconography BIBAFull-Text 59-60
  Denis Castonguay
Folk BIBAFull-Text 60
  Jan Oldervoll
Thesaurus on American works of art BIBAFull-Text 60
  Eleanor E. Fik
Art and architecture thesaurus BIBAFull-Text 60
  Pat Mohlot
The role of the computer in ethnographic analysis BIBAFull-Text 60
  Paul Beynon Davies
New file management in P-STAT BIBAFull-Text 61
  Roald Buhler
Initial experiences with an on-line catalog BIBAFull-Text 61
  Rebecca D. Dixon; Edmund D., Jr. Meyers
Urben research in ethnic, demographic and household-economic structures with small area, micro-databases BIBAFull-Text 62
  Harold Benenson; Steven Just
Beyond cataloging functions for art museum data banks BIBAFull-Text 62
  Andrew B. Whinston
Making computer capabilities accessible to musicians BIBAFull-Text 63
  Ann K. Blombach
Requirements for improving the use of computers to support the development of policy decisions BIBAFull-Text 63
  John Henize
On the need for human rationing BIBAFull-Text 63-64
  Francis M. Sim; Glen D. Kreider; Roscoe T. Miller
Relational data base management systems: A tale of two systems BIBAFull-Text 64
  Malcolm S. Cohen
A micro-based project management system BIBAFull-Text 64
  William R. Dahms
Combining database management and statistical subroutines into a user-oriented data analysis facility BIBAFull-Text 64-65
  Marek Rusinkiewizc
Introductory sociology with the general social survey BIBAFull-Text 65
  David L. Ellison
Operating systems, editors and application packages: Conceptual and terminological problems facing new users of BMDP and SPSS BIBAFull-Text 65
  William Bezdek
Public use of an economic data base system. BIBAFull-Text 66
  Charles G. Renfro

CHI 1981-05-20 Volume 2

Recent advances in user assistance BIBAFull-Text 1-5
  N. Relles; N. K. Sondheimer; G. P. Ingargiola
Automatic construction of explanation networks for a cooperative user interface BIBAFull-Text 6-14
  Philip J. Hayes; Ingrid D. Glasner
Using offline documentation online BIBAFull-Text 15-20
  Lynne A. Price
How shall we evaluate prototype natural language processors? BIBAFull-Text 21-26
  Bruce W. Ballard
Redesign of the user interface involving users of a large operational real-time system BIBAFull-Text 27-30
  Thomas H. Martin
Evaluating the "friendliness" of a timesharing system BIBAFull-Text 31-34
  Lorraine Borman; Rosemary Karr
Evolution of a query translation system BIBAFull-Text 35-41
  Jyh-Sheng Ke; Shi-kuo Chang
The need for quantitative measurement of on-line user behavior BIBAFull-Text 42-45
  W. David Penniman
A statistical user interface for the Relational Model of data BIBAFull-Text 46-52
  Robert F. Teitel
Keyboard entry - can it be simplified? BIBAFull-Text 53-58
  Richard I. Land
Adaptable user interfaces for portable, interactive computing software systems BIBAFull-Text 59-64
  R. Evans; N. J. Fiddian; W. A. Gray
User consulting in three forms of network-based organization BIBAFull-Text 65-68
  Richard C. Roistacher
Lexicon design using perfect hash functions BIBAFull-Text 69-78
  Nick Cercone; Max Krause; John Boates
Designing SENSE (a software environment for social science rEsearch): The role of software tools BIBAFull-Text 79-85
  N. J. Fiddian; W. A. Gray; M. W. Read
Building and accessing an REL database BIBAFull-Text 86-90
  Steve D. Gadol; Egon E. Loebner
Cognitive style, categorization, and vocational effects on performance of REL database users BIBAFull-Text 91-97
  Diana Gail Egly; Keith T. Wescourt
An integral approach to user assistance BIBAFull-Text 98-104
  Robert S. Fenchel
Short-term friendly and long-term hostile? BIBAFull-Text 105-110
  John C. Klensin
The mini-micro connection BIBAFull-Text 111-112
  G. R. Boynton
A program for social science computer literacy BIBAFull-Text 113-115
  Paul J. Strand
Interfacing to text using HELPME BIBAFull-Text 116-124
  Thomas P. Kehler; Mike Barnes
Human diversity and the choice of interface: A design challenge BIBAFull-Text 125-130
  Starr Roxanne Hiltz; Murray Turoff
Living taxonomies in the corporate world: The need for multinested data models BIBAFull-Text 131-136
  Egon E. Loebner; Steven D. Gadol
A study of procedure descriptions by non-programmers BIBAFull-Text 137
  Lawrence Miller
The graphic design of friendly faces for information management BIBAFull-Text 137
  Aaron Marcus
Human factors studies with system message styles BIBAFull-Text 138
  Ben Shneiderman
The coming world of "what you see is what you get" BIBAFull-Text 138
  Don Hatfield
Design issues for online documentation systems BIBAFull-Text 139
  Carolyn P. Steinhaus
Naive user behavior in a restricted interactive command environment BIBAFull-Text 139
  Allan G. Haggett; John R. McFadden; Peter R. Newsted
Design considerations for data base facilities on a desk top BIBAFull-Text 140
  Susanne S. Cochran
Learning effectiveness: The impact of response time BIBAFull-Text 140
  Sherry Weinberg
Concise natural language interaction BIBAFull-Text 141
  Paul Roller Michaelis; James A. Hendler
Issues for Ease of Use in personal computing BIBAFull-Text 141
  Harry Tennant
Designing considerate systems BIBAFull-Text 141
  Ronald E. Anderson
A study of entity-based database interfaces BIBAFull-Text 142
  M. M. Mantei; R. G. G. Cattell
An editor-based programming support environment BIBAFull-Text 142
  W. J. Hansen
A contribution towards the measurement of user behavior BIBAFull-Text 142
  Helmut Wilke
What makes computer games fun? BIBAFull-Text 143
  Thomas Malone
What can be learned from arcade games and home computer applications? (A Panel Discussion): The case for considering games and home applications BIBAFull-Text 143
  Karl L. Zinn
Direct manipulation: A step beyond programming languages BIBAFull-Text 143
  Ben Shneiderman
Learning how to confer: The interplay of theory and practice in computer conferencing BIBAFull-Text 144
  Robert Parnes
Case study of a user-oriented conferencing system BIBAFull-Text 144
  Karl L. Zinn
The CONFER experience of the Merit Computer Network BIBAFull-Text 144-145
  Christine Wendt
Uses of CONFER at Wayne State University BIBAFull-Text 145
  Alan McCord
Third party consulting in the network environment BIBAFull-Text 145
  Richard C. Roistacher
Conference on easier and more productive use of computing systems BIBFull-Text 146-149