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Proceedings of Human Factors in Computer Systems 1982-03-15

Fullname:Proceedings of Human Factors in Computing Systems
Editors:Michael Schneider
Location:Gaithersburg, Maryland
Dates:1982-Mar-15 to 1982-Mar-17
Publisher:ACM (Washington, DC Chapter)
Standard No:oclcnum: 8572254; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CHI82
Papers:75
Pages:399
  1. Naming Commands
  2. Displaying Information
  3. Cognitive Aspects of Software
  4. Social Factors and Computer Systems
  5. Research Methodology
  6. Managing Dialogues
  7. Documenting and Developing Programs
  8. Evaluating Text Editors
  9. Communicating Electronically
  10. Perceptual Issues in Designing CRT Displays
  11. Human Factors in Programming
  12. User Cognition
  13. How to Really Get Human Factors in The Development Process
  14. Sociological Implications of Office Automation
  15. Teaching Human Factors in Computer Systems
  16. Using Formal Grammar to Aid Interface Design
  17. Acquiring Text Editing Skills
  18. Design Guidelines
  19. Non-Traditional Interactive Modes
  20. User Cognitive Models

Naming Commands

Learning and Remembering Interactive Commands BIB 2-7
  P. Barnard; N. Hammond; A. MacLean; J. Morton
Learning and Remembering Command Names BIB 8-11
  John B. Black; Thomas P. Moran
Evaluating the Suggestiveness of Command Names BIB 12-16
  Jarrett Rosenberg
Computer Commands Labelled by Users versus Imposed Commands and the Effect of Structuring Rules on Recall BIB 17-19
  Dominique L. Scapin
Psychological Issues in the Use of Icons in Command Menus BIB 20-23
  Kathleen Hemenway

Displaying Information

Typographic Design for Interfaces of Information Systems BIBA 26-30
  Aaron Marcus
A Systems Analysis of Stress-Strain in VDT Operation BIB 31-35
  Steven L. Sauter; Mark S. Gottlieb; Karen C. Jones
The Design, Simulation, and Evaluation of a Menu Driven User Interface BIB 36-40
  Ricky E. Savage; James K. Habinek; Thomas W. Barnhart
Windowing vs Scrolling on a Visual Display Terminal BIB 41-44
  Kevin F. Bury; James M. Boyle; R. James Evey; Alan S. Neal
Notetaking and Comprehension for Computer-Displayed Messages: Personalized versus Fixed Formats BIBA 45-50
  Ralph E. Geiselman; Michael G. Samet

Cognitive Aspects of Software

Tapping Into Tacit Programming Knowledge BIB 52-57
  Elliot Soloway; Kate Ehrlich; Jeffrey Bonar
Human-Computer Interface Considerations in the Design of Personal Computer Software BIB 58-62
  Sundaresan Jayaraman; Mary Jane Lee; Milos Konopasek
Heuristics for Designing Enjoyable User Interface: Lessons from Computer Games BIBA 63-68
  Thomas W. Malone

Social Factors and Computer Systems

Political Determinants of System Design and Content BIB 70-73
  Ronald Webb
How Acceptable are Computers to Professional Persons? BIB 74-77
  Elizabeth Zoltan
Human Relations, Scientific Management, and Human Factors Research BIB 78-79
  Philips Kraft; David Strauss

Research Methodology

Software Guideline Development: A Proposed Methodology BIB 82-84
  Richard E. Cordes
A Test-Bed for User Interface Designs BIB 85-88
  Eugene Ball; Phil Hayes
Controversies in the Design of Computer-Mediated Communication Systems: A Delphi Study BIB 89-100
  Murray Turoff; Starr Roxanne Hiltz; Elaine B. Kerr

Managing Dialogues

DMS: A Comprehensive System for Managing Human-Computer Dialogue BIB 102-105
  John Roach; H. Rex Hartson; Roger W. Ehrich; Tamer Yunten; Deborah H. Johnson
Comparison of Two Information Retrieval Methods on Videotex: Tree-Structure versus Alphabetical Directory BIB 106-110
  Jo W. Tombaugh; Scott A. McEwen
Toward the Design and Development of Style-Independent Interactive Systems BIB 111-116
  Michael B. Feldman; George T. Rogers

Documenting and Developing Programs

Indentation, Documentation and Programmer Comprehension BIB 118-120
  A. F. Norcio
An Empirical Evaluation of Software Documentation Formats BIB 121-124
  Sylvia B. Sheppard; Elizabeth Kruesi; John W. Bailey
A Theoretical Analysis of the Role of Documentation in the Comprehension of Computer Programs BIB 125-129
  Ruven Brooks
The Impact of Development Aids on the Systems Development Process BIB 130-134
  David K. Goldstein

Evaluating Text Editors

Evaluation of Text Editors BIBA 136-141
  Teresa L. Roberts; Thomas P. Moran
An Ease of Use Evaluation of an Integrated Document Processing System BIB 142-147
  Michael Good
An Analysis of Line Numbering Strategies in Text Editors BIB 148-151
  M. L. Schneider; S. Nudelman; K. Hirsh-Pasek
Can We Expect to Improve Text Editing Performance? BIB 152-156
  David W. Embley; George Nagy

Communicating Electronically

An Automated Office Communications Study in an Operational Setting BIB 158-162
  Randall R. Harris
Communication and Management Support in System Development Environments BIBK 163-168
  Beverly I. Kedzierski
LAMP: Language for Active Message Protocols BIB 169-173
  Paul S. Licker
Communication-Nets for the Specification of Operator Dialogs BIB 174-179
  W. K. Epple

Perceptual Issues in Designing CRT Displays

Performance-Based Evaluation of Graphic Displays for Nuclear Power Plant Control Rooms BIB 182-189
  Rohn J. Petersen; William W. Banks; David I. Gertman
User Perceptual Mechanisms in the Search of Computer Command Menus BIB 190-196
  Stuart K. Card
The Role of Integral Displays in Decision Making BIB 197-201
  Timothy E. Goldsmith; Roger W. Schvaneveldt
An Experimental Evaluation of Multivariate Graphical Point Representations BIB 202-209
  Leland Wilkinson

Human Factors in Programming

A Review of Human Factors Research on Programming Languages and Specifications BIBA 212-218
  Bill Curtis
Cognitive Correlates of Programming Tasks in Novice Programmers BIB 219-222
  Dennis M. Irons
Analyzer-Generated and Human-Judged Predictors of Computer Program Readability BIBA 223-228
  Gerrit E. DeYoung; Garry R. Kampen; James M. Topolski
The Subjective Nature of Programming Complexity BIB 229-234
  Daniel G. McNicholl; Ken Magel

User Cognition

Error-Correcting Strategies and Human Interaction with Computer Systems BIBA 236-238
  Adam V. Reed
Learning Performance and Attitudes as a Function of the Reading Grade Level of a Computer-Presented Tutorial BIB 239-244
  Joan M. Roemer; Alphonse Chapanis
Warming Up to Computers: A Study of Cognitive and Affective Interaction Over Time BIBA 245-250
  David M. Gilfoil
Statistical Semantics: How Can a Computer Use What People Name Things to Guess What Things People Mean When They Name Things? BIB 251-253
  George W. Furnas; Louis M. Gomez; Thomas K. Landauer; Susan T. Dumais

How to Really Get Human Factors in The Development Process

Assessing the Climate for Change: A Methodology for Managing Human Factors in a Computerized Information System Implementation BIB 256-261
  David G. Hopelain
IBM System/38 -- An IBM Usability Experience BIB 262-267
  David E. Peterson; J. Howard Botterill
Some Human Factors Aspects of Computers in Air Traffic Control BIB 268-274
  David Whitfield

Sociological Implications of Office Automation

Experience with Advanced Office Automation Techniques for Project Management BIB 276-277
  Duncan C. Miller
Electric Mail Usage Analysis BIB 278-280
  Harry M. Hersh
The Impact of Electronics on Humans and Their Work Environment BIB 281-286
  Panayotis Eric DeVaris

Teaching Human Factors in Computer Systems

Designing the Human-Computer Interface BIB 288-291
  Albert N. Badre
Teaching the Design and Evaluation of User-Computer Interfaces BIB 292-294
  James D. Foley
Applying Cognitive Psychology to Computer Systems: A Graduate Seminar in Psychology BIB 295-298
  Thomas P. Moran; Stuart K. Card
Teaching Software Psychology Experimentation Through Team Projects BIB 299-301
  Ben Shneiderman

Using Formal Grammar to Aid Interface Design

Further Developments Toward Using Formal Grammar as a Design Tool BIB 304-308
  Phyllis Reisner
Towards Specifying and Evaluating the Human Factors of User-Computer Interfaces BIB 309-314
  Teresa Bleser; James D. Foley
Using Formal Specifications in the Design of a Human-Computer Interface BIB 315-321
  Robert J. K. Jacob

Acquiring Text Editing Skills

The Acquisition of Text Editing Skills BIB 324-325
  Sherman W. Tyler; Steven Roth; Timothy Post
User Models of Text Editing Command Languages BIB 326-331
  Lisa J. Folley; Robert C. Williges
Reducing Manual Labor: An Experimental Analysis of Learning Aids for a Text Editor BIB 332-336
  Donald J. Foss; Mary Beth Rosson; Penny L. Smith
Learner Characteristics that Predict Success in Using a Text-Editor Tutorial BIB 337-340
  Dennis E. Egan; Cheryll Bowers; Louis M. Gomez

Design Guidelines

Patterned Prose for Automatic Specification Generation BIB 342-346
  Sidney L. Smith
An Exploratory, Human Engineering Study of DARCOM Human-Computer Interfaces in Management Information Systems BIB 347-349
  Daniel E. Hendricks
The Development of Dialogue Design Guidelines for a Computer Based Local Information System to be Used by the General Public BIB 350-354
  Martin Maguire
Decision Situations, Decision Processes, and Decision Functions: Towards a Theory-Based Framework for Decision-Aid Design BIB 355-358
  W. Zachary; R. Wherry; F. Glenn; J. Hopson

Non-Traditional Interactive Modes

Eyes at the Interface BIB 360-362
  Richard A. Bolt
The Intelligent Voice-Interactive Interface BIBA 363-366
  Christopher Schmandt; Eric A. Hulteen
Composing Letters with a Simulated Listening Typewriter BIBA 367-370
  John D. Gould; John Conti; Todd Hovanyecz
Presenting Information in Sound BIB 371-375
  Sara Bly

User Cognitive Models

Steps Toward a Cognitive Engineering: Design Rules Based on Analyses of Human Error BIBA 378-382
  Donald A. Norman
Analogy Considered Harmful BIB 383-386
  Frank Halasz; Thomas P. Moran
Learning to Use a Text Processing System: Evidence from "Thinking Aloud" Protocols BIB 387-392
  Clayton Lewis; Robert Mack
A Production-System Model of Human-Computer Interaction BIB 393-399
  John Durrett; Theron Stimmel