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Proceedings of ACM CHI'86 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Fullname:Proceedings of CHI'86 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Editors:Marilyn Mantei; Peter Orbeton
Location:Boston, Massachusetts
Dates:1986-Apr-13 to 1986-Apr-17
Standard No:ACM ISBN 0-89791-180-6; ACM ISSN 0713-5424; ACM Order Number 608860; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CHI86
  1. Visualizing Complex Information Spaces
  2. Tutors and Consultants
  3. Panel
  4. Visual Programming Environment Designs
  5. Transfer of User Skill Between Systems
  6. Panel
  7. Debate
  8. Plenary Address
  9. Windowing and Graphical Representation
  10. Documentation
  11. Panel
  12. Drawing and Animation Systems
  13. Case Studies
  14. Panel
  15. Program Debugging
  16. Voice Enhancement
  17. Panel
  18. Interface Management and Prototyping
  19. Design Methods I
  20. Panel
  21. The Semantics of Interaction
  22. Design Methods II
  23. Panel
  24. Knowledge-Based Interfaces
  25. Haptic Techniques
  26. Panel
  27. Plenary Address
  28. Doctoral Consortium

Visualizing Complex Information Spaces

The Information Lens: An Intelligent System for Information Sharing in Organizations BIBA 1-8
  Thomas W. Malone; Kenneth R. Grant; Franklyn A. Turbak
Graphic Interfaces for Knowledge-Based System Development BIBA 9-15
  Steven E. Poltrock; Donald D. Steiner; P. Nong Tarlton
Generalized Fisheye Views BIBA 16-23
  George W. Furnas

Tutors and Consultants

User Modeling in UC, The UNIX Consultant BIBA 24-28
  David N. Chin
TNT: A Talking Tutor 'N' Trainer for Teaching the Use of Interactive Computer Systems BIBA 29-34
  Lloyd H. Nakatani; Dennis E. Egan; Laurence W. Ruedisueli; Patrick M. Hawley; Deborah K. Lewart
Advising Roles of a Computer Consultant BIBA 35-40
  Jean McKendree; John M. Carroll


The Computer as Musical Accompanist BIB 41-43
  William Buxton; Roger Dannenberg; Barry Vercoe

Visual Programming Environment Designs

The Enhancement of Understanding through Visual Representations BIBA 44-50
  Heinz-Dieter Bocker; Gerhard Fischer; Helga Nieper
Design Principles for the Enhanced Presentation of Computer Program Source Text BIBAK 51-58
  Ronald Baecker; Aaron Marcus
Visual Programming, Programming by Example, and Program Visualization: A Taxonomy BIBAK 59-66
  Brad A. Myers

Transfer of User Skill Between Systems

Transfer Between Word Processing Systems BIBA 67-71
  John Karat; Larry Boyes; Scott Weisgerber; Chuck Schafer
Learning and Transfer for Text and Graphics Editing with a Direct Manipulation Interface BIBA 72-77
  J. E. Ziegler; H. U. Hoppe; K. P. Fahnrich
A Test of a Common Elements Theory of Transfer BIBA 78-83
  Peter G. Polson; Elizabeth Muncher; George Engelbeck


Classifying Users: A Hard Look at Some Controversial Issues BIB 84-88
  Kathleen M. Potosnak; Philip J. Hayes; Mary Beth Rosson; Michael L. Schneider; John A. Whiteside


Resolved: Interface Design Doesn't Matter BIBA 89
  Richard Pew; Donald A. Norman; Stuart Card

Plenary Address

The Office of the Future -- Increasing Effectiveness and Enhancing the Quality of Working Life BIB 90
  Enid Mumford

Windowing and Graphical Representation

Medical Cognitive Graphics BIBA 91-95
  William G. Cole
How are Windows Used? Some Notes on Creating an Empirically-Based Windowing Benchmark Task BIBA 96-100
  Kenneth B. Gaylin
A Comparison of Tiled and Overlapping Windows BIBA 101-106
  Sara A. Bly; Jarrett K. Rosenberg


A Cognitive Model of Database Querying: A Tool for Novice Instruction BIBA 107-113
  Mark S. Schlager; William C. Ogden
DOMAIN/DELPHI: Retrieving Documents Online BIBA 114-121
  Penny Orwick; Joseph T. Jaynes; Thomas R. Barstow; Lawrence S. Bohn
The Effects of Structured, Multi-Level Documentation BIBA 122-128
  Robert W. Holt; Deborah A. Boehm-Davis; Alan C. Schultz


Socio-Tech: What is It (and Why Should We Care) BIB 129-130
  Dick Pew; James C. Taylor; Susan Dray; Karen Assunto; Walter Baker

Drawing and Animation Systems

Animated Graphical Interfaces Using Temporal Constraints BIBA 131-136
  Robert A. Duisberg
Defining Constraints Graphically BIBA 137-143
  Alan Borning
A User Interface for Multiple-Process, Turnkey Systems Targeted for the Novice User BIBA 144-148
  Brian S. Kimerer

Case Studies

Learning Modes and Subsequent Use of Computer-Mediated Communication Systems BIBA 149-155
  Starr Roxanne Hiltz; Elaine B. Kerr
Voice Messaging Enhancing the User Interface Based on Field Performance BIBA 156-161
  Arlene F. Aucella; Susan F. Ehrlich
Integrated Software Usage in the Professional Work Environment: Evidence from Questionnaires and Interviews BIBA 162-167
  Jakob Nielsen; Robert L. Mack; Keith H. Bergendorff; Nancy L. Grischkowsky


Analytical Performance Models (Over the Next Five Years) BIBA 168-170
  Dennis Wixon; John M. Carroll; Thomas P. Moran; Richard Pew

Program Debugging

Debugging by Skilled and Novice Programmers BIBA 171-174
  Leo Gugerty; Gary M. Olson
Does Programming Language Affect the Type of Conceptual Bugs in Beginners' Programs? A Comparison of FPL and Pascal BIBA 175-182
  Nancy Cunniff; Robert P. Taylor; John B. Black
Alternatives to Construct-Based Programming Misconceptions BIBA 183-191
  James C. Spohrer; Elliot Soloway

Voice Enhancement

Designing a Quality Voice: An Analysis of Listeners' Reactions to Synthetic Voices BIBA 192-197
  Mary Beth Rosson; A. J. Cecala
Speech Recognition Enhancement by Lip-Information BIBA 198-204
  Shogo Nishida
Comparison of Elderly and Younger Users on Keyboard and Voice Input Computer-Based Composition Tasks BIBA 205-211
  Virginia Z. Ogozalek; John Van Praag


Usability Testing in the Real World BIB 212-215
  Carol Bergfeld Mills; Kevin F. Bury; Paul Reed; Teresa L. Roberts; Bruce Tognazzini; Anna Wichansky; John Gould

Interface Management and Prototyping

Rapid Prototyping and System Development: Examination of an Interface Toolkit for Voice and Telephony Applications BIBA 216-220
  John T. Richards; Stephen J. Boies; John D. Gould
The Trillium User Interface Design Environment BIBA 221-227
  D. Austin, Jr. Henderson
An Interactive Environment for Dialogue Development: Its Design, Use, and Evaluation; or, Is AIDE Useful? BIBA 228-234
  Deborah Hix; H. Rex Hartson

Design Methods I

The Elicitation of System Knowledge by Picture Probes BIBA 235-240
  Phil Barnard; Michael Wilson; Allan MacLean
User-Derived Impact Analysis as a Tool for Usability Engineering BIBA 241-246
  Michael Good; Thomas M. Spine; John Whiteside; Peter George
On Designing for Usability: An Application of Four Key Principles BIBA 247-252
  Thomas T. Hewett; Charles T. Meadow


Human Computer Interaction in the Year 2000 BIBA 253-255
  John Thomas; John Seely Brown; William Buxton; Bill Curtis; Thomas Landauer; Thomas Malone; Ben Shneiderman

The Semantics of Interaction

The Formal Specification of Adaptive User Interfaces Using Command Language Grammar BIBA 256-260
  Dermot P. Browne; Brian D. Sharratt; Michael A. Norman
An Input-Output Model for Interactive Systems BIBA 261-273
  Mary Shaw

Design Methods II

Formatting Space-Related Displays to Optimize Expert and Nonexpert User Performance BIBA 274-280
  Michael J. Burns; Dianne L. Warren; Marianne Rudisill
Designing in the Dark: Logics that Compete with the User BIBA 281-284
  Jonathan Grudin
A Formal Interface Design Methodology Based on User Knowledge BIBA 285-290
  James E. McDonald; Donald W. Dearholt; Kenneth R. Paap; Roger W. Schvaneveldt


Human Interface Design and the Handicapped User BIB 291-297
  William Buxton; Lawrence Scadden; Richard Foulds; Fraser Shein; Michael J. Rosen; Gregg Vanderheiden

Knowledge-Based Interfaces

The Memory Extender Personal Filing System BIBA 298-305
  William P. Jones
A Model of Mental Model Construction BIBA 306-313
  Clayton Lewis
Intelligent Interfaces: User Models and Planners BIBA 314-320
  Lisa Quinn; Daniel M. Russell

Haptic Techniques

A Study in Two-Handed Input BIBAK 321-326
  William Buxton; Brad A. Myers
Autocompletion in Full Text Transaction Entry: A Method for Humanized Input BIBA 327-332
  Matti Jakobsson
Of Moles and Men: The Design of Foot Controls for Workstations BIBA 333-339
  Glenn Pearson; Mark Weiser


Managing the Design of User-Computer Interfaces BIB 340-342
  James Foley; Stephen Boies; William Wood; William Zimmer

Plenary Address

Seven Plus or Minus Two Central Issues in Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 343-349
  Ben Shneiderman

Doctoral Consortium

Summary of the CHI'86 Doctoral Consortium BIB 350-354
  Robert C. Williges