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Proceedings of ACM CHI'85 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Fullname:Proceedings of CHI'85 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Editors:Lorraine Borman; Bill Curtis
Location:San Francisco, California
Dates:1985-Apr-14 to 1985-Apr-18
Standard No:ACM ISBN 0-89791-149-0; ACM ISSN 0713-5424; ACM Order Number 608850; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CHI85
  1. System Response Factors
  2. Panel
  3. Touching and Seeing
  4. Panel
  5. Psychology of Programming
  6. Panel
  7. Menu Systems
  8. Panel
  9. Design and Evaluation
  10. Panel
  11. Naming
  12. Panel
  13. User Assistance
  14. Interface Tools and Structures
  15. Speech I/O
  16. Cognitive Issues
  17. Panel

System Response Factors

The Effect of VDU Text-Presentation Rate on Reading Comprehension and Reading Speed BIBA 1-6
  Jo W. Tombaugh; Michael D. Arkin; Richard F. Dillon
Effects of Cursor Speed on Text-Editing BIBA 7-10
  John D. Gould; Clayton Lewis; Vincent Barnes
The Importance of Percent-Done Progress Indicators for Computer-Human Interfaces BIBA 11-17
  Brad A. Myers


The Utility of Natural Language Interfaces BIB 19
  Phil Hayes

Touching and Seeing

A Multi-Touch Three Dimensional Touch-Sensitive Tablet BIBA 21-25
  S. K. Lee; W. Buxton; K. C. Smith
A Subjective Judgment Study of Polygon Based Curved Surface Imagery BIBA 27-34
  Peter R. Atherton; Linnda R. Caporael
Videoplace -- An Artificial Reality BIBA 35-40
  Myron W. Krueger; Thomas Gionfriddo; Katrin Hinrichsen


Psychological Research Methods in the Human Use of Computers BIBA 41-45
  Thomas K. Landauer; John D. Gould; John A. Anderson; Phil Barnard

Psychology of Programming

Where The Bugs Are BIBA 47-53
  James C. Spohrer; Elliot Soloway; Edgar Pope
Extending the Spreadsheet Interface to Handle Approximate Quantities and Relationships BIBA 55-59
  Clayton Lewis
Estimating the Distribution of Software Complexity within a Program BIBA 61-64
  Thomas G. Moher


Interfaces in Organizations: Supporting Group Work BIBA 65
  Irene Greif; John Seely Brown; Paul M. Cashman; Thomas W. Malone
Designing Organizational Interfaces BIBA 66-71
  Thomas W. Malone

Menu Systems

Selection from Alphabetic and Numeric Menu Trees Using a Touch Screen: Breadth, Depth, and Width BIBA 73-78
  T. K. Landauer; D. W. Nachbar
Designing a Menu-Based Interface to an Operating System BIBA 79-84
  Thomas S. Tullis
Connecting Theory and Practice: A Case Study of Achieving Usability Goals BIBA 85-88
  Keith A. Butler


Technology in Use BIBA 89-91
  Lucy A. Suchman; Sharon Traweek; Michael Lynch; Richard Frankel; Brigitte Jordan

Design and Evaluation

The Use of Logging Data in the Design of a New Text Editor BIBA 93-97
  Michael Good
The Evaluation of Text Editors: A Critical Review of the Roberts and Moran Methodology Based on New Experiments BIBA 99-105
  Nathaniel S. Borenstein
Evaluating the User Interface: The Candid Camera Approach BIBA 107-113
  Michelle A. Lund


Communicating with Sound BIBA 115-119
  William Buxton; Sara A. Bly; Steven P. Frysinger; David Lunney; Douglass L. Mansur; Joseph J. Mezrich; Robert C. Morrison


When Does an Abbreviation Become a Word? And Related Questions BIBA 121-125
  Jonathan Grudin; Phil Barnard
A Comparison of Symbolic and Spatial Filing BIBA 127-130
  Susan T. Dumais; William P. Jones
Experience with an Adaptive Indexing Scheme BIBA 131-135
  George W. Furnas


Computer Human Factors in Computer Interface Design BIBA 137-138
  Robert Mack; Thomas Moran; Judith Reitman Olson; Dennis Wixon
Identifying and Designing Toward New User Expectations in a Prototype Text-Editor BIB 139-141
  Robert Mack
Expanded Design Procedures for Learnable, Usable Interfaces BIB 142-143
  Judith Reitman Olson
Engineering for Usability: Lessons Learned from the User Derived Interface BIB 144-147
  Dennis Wixon; John Whiteside

User Assistance

Prompting, Feedback and Error Correction in the Design of a Scenario Machine BIBA 149-153
  John M. Carroll; Dana S. Kay
Information Sought and Information Provided: An Empirical Study of User/Expert Dialogues BIBA 155-159
  Martha E. Pollack
Knowledge-Based Help Systems BIBA 161-167
  Gerhard Fischer; Andreas Lemke; Thomas Schwab

Interface Tools and Structures

Design Alternatives for User Interface Management Systems Based on Experience with COUSIN BIBA 169-175
  Philip J. Hayes; Pedro A. Szekely; Richard A. Lerner
ADM - A Dialog Manager BIBA 177-183
  Andrew J. Schulert; George T. Rogers; James A. Hamilton
User Performance with Command, Menu, and Iconic Interfaces BIBA 185-191
  John Whiteside; Sandra Jones; Paula S. Levy; Dennis Wixon

Speech I/O

Listener Training for Speech-Output Applications BIBA 193-196
  Mary Beth Rosson
Speech Recognition and Manner of Speaking in Noise and in Quiet BIBA 197-199
  Ann M. Rollins
Why is Synthetic Speech Harder to Remember than Natural Speech? BIBA 201-206
  John A. Waterworth; Cathy M. Thomas

Cognitive Issues

A Quantitative Model of the Learning and Performance of Text Editing Knowledge BIBA 207-212
  Peter G. Polson; David E. Kieras
A Theory of Stimulus-Response Compatibility Applied to Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 213-219
  Bonnie E. John; Paul S. Rosenbloom; Allen Newell
BASIC versus Natural Language: Is There One Underlying Comprehension Process? BIBA 221-223
  Jennifer L. Dyck; Richard E. Mayer


Microcomputer User Interface Toolkits: The Commercial State-of-the-Art BIBA 225
  Irene Greif; William A. S. Buxton; Scott MacGregor; David R. Reed; Larry Tesler