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CHI Tables of Contents: 97-197-2a97-2b97-2c98-198-2a98-2b98-2c98-2d99-199-200-100-201-101-202-102-203-103-204-104-2

Proceedings of ACM CHI 99 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Fullname:Extended Abstracts of CHI 99 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Note:The CHI is the Limit
Editors:Mark W. Altom; Marian G. Williams
Location:Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Dates:1999-May-15 to 1999-May-20
Volume:2
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ACM ISBN 1-58113-158-5 ACM Order Number 608995; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CHI99-2
Papers:195
Pages:355
Links:Conference Website
  1. CHI 1999-05-15 Volume 2
    1. Demonstrations: tools for design
    2. Video demonstrations: tangible, dynamic, and accessible interfaces
    3. Video demonstrations: interfaces for group work
    4. Demonstrations: visual interfaces
    5. Demonstrations: free-form interaction
    6. Demonstrations: advances in graphical interaction
    7. Video demonstrations: augmenting reality
    8. Senior CHI development consortium
    9. Doctoral consortium
    10. Panel
    11. Plenary
    12. Closing plenary
    13. Tutorials
    14. Workshops
    15. Late-breaking results: seeing is understanding: new visualization techniques
    16. Late-breaking results: novel collaborative paradigms
    17. Late-breaking results: new methapors for user interfaces
    18. Late breaking results: overcoming human limitations
    19. Late-breaking results: exploring the frontiers of interface design
    20. Late-breaking results: HHI: bridging the gulf between humans and computers
    21. Late-breaking results: new interaction techniques
    22. Late-breaking results: MIT is the limit
    23. Late breaking results: the medium is the message
    24. Late breaking results: experimental answers to interaction issues
    25. Student posters
    26. Special interest group

CHI 1999-05-15 Volume 2

Demonstrations: tools for design

Specification and simulation of task models with VTMB BIBAFull-Text 1-2
  Matthias Biere; Birgit Bomsdorf; Gerd Szwillus
EZ interface techniques for anytime anywhere anyone interfaces BIBAFull-Text 3-4
  Gregg C. Vanderheiden; Chris Law; David Kelso

Video demonstrations: tangible, dynamic, and accessible interfaces

Illuminating light: a casual optics workbench BIBAFull-Text 5-6
  John Underkoffler; Hiroshi Ishii
Fluid links for informed and incremental hypertext browsing BIBAFull-Text 7-8
  Polle T. Zellweger; Bay Wei Chang; Jock D. Mackinlay
Talking to the ceiling: an interface for bed-ridden manually impaired users BIBAFull-Text 9-10
  Michael Pieper; Alfred Kobsa

Video demonstrations: interfaces for group work

Mediating awareness and communication through digital but physical surrogates BIBAFull-Text 11-12
  Hideaki Kuzuoka; Saul Greenberg
CoMedi: using computer vision to support awareness and privacy in mediaspaces BIBAFull-Text 13-14
  Joelle Coutaz; Francois Berard; Eric Carraux; William Astier; James L. Crowley
A revised human interface and educational applications on ideaboard BIBAFull-Text 15-16
  Masaki Nakagawa; Koichiro Hotta; Hirokazu Bandou; Tsuyoshi Oguni; Naoki Kato; Shin-ichi Sawada

Demonstrations: visual interfaces

AMORE: a world-wide web image retrieval engine BIBAFull-Text 17-18
  Sougata Mukherjea; Kyoji Hirata; Yoshinori Hara
VIDA: (Visual Information Density Adjuster) BIBAFull-Text 19-20
  Allison Woodruff; James Landay; Michael Stonebraker

Demonstrations: free-form interaction

HyperAudio: location-awareness + adaptivity BIBAFull-Text 21-22
  Daniela Petrelli; Elena Not; Marcello Sarini; Oliviero Stock; Carlo Strapparava; Massimo Zancanaro
A motional interface approach based on user's tempo BIBAFull-Text 23-24
  Naoko Umeki; Akira Morishita; Shunichi Numazaki; Yasunobu Yamauchi; Isao Mihara; Miwako Doi

Demonstrations: advances in graphical interaction

Interstacks end-user "scripting" for hardware BIBAFull-Text 25-26
  Peter Lucas
Demonstrating flatland user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 27-28
  Takeo Igarashi; Elizabeth D. Mynatt; W. Keith Edwards; Anthony LaMarca

Video demonstrations: augmenting reality

Bridging physical and virtual worlds with tagged documents, objects and locations BIBAFull-Text 29-30
  Beverly L. Harrison; Kenneth P. Fishkin; Anuj Gujar; Dmitriy Portnov; Roy Want
mediaBlocks: tangible interfaces for online media BIBAFull-Text 31-32
  Brygg Ullmer; Hiroshi Ishii
Manipulative user interfaces: exploring physically embodied user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 33-34
  Anuj Gujar; Kenneth P. Fishkin; Beverly L. Harrison; Roy Want

Senior CHI development consortium

Making interactions visible: tools for social browsing BIBAFull-Text 35-36
  Elisabeth Davenport; Reuben Connolly; Robert Spence; Kathy Buckner; Angus Whyte; Kirsty Barr
Building a community of history BIBAFull-Text 37-38
  Jason B. Ellis; Amy S. Bruckman
Practices to encourage participation of older adults in research and development BIBAFull-Text 39-40
  R. Darin Ellis; Donna L. Cochran
Technology and learner centered design: reaching out across the life span BIBFull-Text 41-42
  Jean B. Gasen
A modern role for the village elders BIBAFull-Text 43-44
  Kay Hofmeester; Anthony Dunne; Bill Gaver; Marco Susani; Elena Pacenti
Windows on the world: expanding the view from the nursing home BIBAFull-Text 45-46
  Jennifer S. Kay; Patricia A. J. Kay
Learning from seniors in network communities BIBAFull-Text 47-48
  Elizabeth D. Mynatt; Annette Adler; Mizuko Ito; Charlotte Linde; Vicki L. O'Day
Teaching IT for seniors BIBAFull-Text 49-50
  Bozena (Boba) Mannova
Technology training for older adults BIBAFull-Text 51-52
  Wendy A. Rogers

Doctoral consortium

Users' perception of privacy in multimedia communication BIBAFull-Text 53-54
  Anne Adams
Skill-specific spoken dialogs in a reading tutor that listens BIBAFull-Text 55-56
  Gregory Aist
Perceptual localization of surface normal BIBAFull-Text 57-58
  Ming Hou
Interactive touch: haptic interfaces based upon hand movement patterns BIBAFull-Text 59-60
  Arthur E. Kirkpatrick
Evaluation of virtual reality systems for usability BIBAFull-Text 61-62
  Timothy Marsh
Recommending expertise in an organizational setting BIBAFull-Text 63-64
  David W. McDonald
Designing 4D contexts for construction planners BIBAFull-Text 65-66
  Kathleen McKinney Liston
Computer-supported inferential analysis under data overload BIBAFull-Text 67-68
  Emily S. Patterson
Internet search using adaptive visualization BIBAFull-Text 69-70
  Dmitri Roussinov
Web macros by example: users managing the WWW of applications BIBAFull-Text 71-72
  Alex Safonov
Active retrieval results: if a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is a moving picture worth? BIBAFull-Text 73-74
  Thomas Tan
Effective navigation of children in virtual 3D environments BIBAFull-Text 75-76
  Sabine Volbracht
Developing tools for efficient collaborative web browsing BIBAFull-Text 77-78
  Guillermo S. Zeballos

Panel

Trust me, I'm accountable: trust and accountability online BIBAFull-Text 79-80
  Batya Friedman; John C. Thomas; Jonathan Grudin; Clifford Nass; Helen Nissenbaum; Mark Schlager; Ben Shneiderman
Senior CHI: how can we make technology "elder-friendly?" BIBAFull-Text 81-82
  Beth Meyer; Dominic G. Bouwhuis; Sara J. Czaja; Wendy A. Rogers; Matthias Schneider Hufschmidt; James L. Fozard
Comparative evaluation of usability tests BIBAFull-Text 83-84
  Rolf Molich; Ann Damgaard Thomsen; Barbara Karyukina; Lars Schmidt; Meghan Ede; Wilma van Oel; Meeta Arcuri
Third generation computer tutors: learn from or ignore human tutors? BIBAFull-Text 85-86
  Albert Corbett; John Anderson; Art Graesser; Ken Koedinger; Kurt VanLehn
Counting on community in cyberspace BIBAFull-Text 87-88
  Marc A. Smith; Steven M. Drucker; Robert Kraut; Barry Wellman
Social navigation: what is it good for? BIBAFull-Text 89-90
  Alan Wexelblat; Andreas Dieberger; Paul Dourish; Kristina Höök; Paul Resnick
Is ActiMates Barney ethical?: the potential good, bad, and ugly of interactive plush toys BIBAFull-Text 91-92
  BJ Fogg; Allen Cypher; Allison Druin; Batya Friedman; Erik Strommen
What makes strategic usability fail?: lessons learned from the field BIBAFull-Text 93-94
  Stephanie Rosenbaum; Sarah Bloomer; Dave Rinehart; Janice Rohn; Ken Dye; Judee Humburg; Jakob Nielsen; Dennis Wixon

Plenary

Sci-fi @ CHI-99: science-fiction authors predict future user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 95-96
  Aaron Marcus; Elliot Soloway; Bruce Sterling; Michael Swanwick; Vernor Vinge
How to become an internet felon in three easy steps: will digital libraries become digital stores? BIBAFull-Text 97
  Barbara Simons

Closing plenary

Civil rights in cyberspace: how online free speech restrictions will inhibit online diversity BIBAFull-Text 98-99
  Ann Beeson

Tutorials

Human-computer interaction: introduction and overview BIBAFull-Text 100-101
  Keith A. Butler; Robert J. K. Jacob; Bonnie E. John
User interface design for the web BIBAFull-Text 102-103
  David Shen; Irene Au; Brian Buschmann
Task analysis meets prototyping: seeking seamless UI-development BIBAFull-Text 104-105
  Chris Stary; Gerrit C. van der Veer
Practical observation skills for understanding users and their work in context BIBAFull-Text 106-107
  Susan M. Dray
Innovation in design: strategies for designing together BIBAFull-Text 108-109
  Charles D. Kukla; Thomas Binder; William L. Porter; Jacob Buur
Practical usability methods in website design BIBAFull-Text 110-111
  Darren Gergle; Tom Brinck; Scott Wood
Visual design for E-commerce and performance tools BIBAFull-Text 112-113
  Aaron Marcus; Edward Guttman
Successful strategies for selling usability into organisations BIBAFull-Text 114-115
  Sarah Bloomer; Susan Wolfe
Cognitive factors in design: basic phenomena in human memory and problem solving BIBAFull-Text 116-117
  Thomas T. Hewett
Video brainstorming and prototyping: techniques for participatory design BIBAFull-Text 118-119
  Wendy E. Mackay; Anne Laure Fayard
CSCW, groupware and workflow: experiences, state of art, and future trends BIBAFull-Text 120-121
  Steven Poltrock; Jonathan Grudin
Computer-human interaction and health care: opportunities, roadblocks, tips, and tricks BIBAFull-Text 122-123
  John W. Gosbee
Designing speech user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 124-125
  Nicole Yankelovich; Jennifer Lai
Designing interfaces for handheld computers BIBAFull-Text 126-127
  Phillip B. Shoemaker
An introduction to the java foundation classes (JFC) BIBAFull-Text 128-129
  Fintan Culwin
Design issues for next generation interfaces (NGI) BIBAFull-Text 130-131
  Anne Schur; Scott D. Decker; Richard May
Globalizing usability engineering: current status in Japan BIBAFull-Text 132-133
  Masaaki Kurosu
Drawing on the right side of the brain BIBAFull-Text 134
  Brian Bomeisler
Programmable user modelling analysis in theory and in practice BIBAFull-Text 135-136
  Ann Blandford; Jason Good
Planning and implementing user-centred design BIBAFull-Text 137-138
  Nigel Bevan; Ian Curson
Contextual design: using customer work models to drive systems design BIBAFull-Text 139-140
  Karen Holtzblatt; Hugh Beyer
Web sites that work: designing with your eyes open BIBAFull-Text 141-142
  Jared M. Spool; Will Schroeder; Tara Scanlon; Carolyn Snyder
Java based user interface design and development BIBAFull-Text 143-144
  Manfred Tscheligi; Verena Giller; Gernot Hueller
Visual literacy for interface designers: tips, tools, techniques and inspiration BIBAFull-Text 145-146
  Suzanne Watzman
The usability engineering lifecycle BIBAFull-Text 147-148
  Deborah J. Mayhew
Information visualization tutorial BIBAFull-Text 149-150
  Nahum Gershon; Stuart Card; Stephen G. Eick
Variations of a theme: card-based techniques for participatory analysis and design BIBAFull-Text 151-152
  Daniel Lafreniere; Tom Dayton; Michael Muller
Conceptual design BIBAFull-Text 153-154
  Kathy Potosnak
Designing hands-free, eyes-free, silent (or noisy) environment, and accessible interfaces BIBAFull-Text 155-156
  Gregg Vanderheiden; Shawn Lawton Henry
Distance learning BIBAFull-Text 157-158
  Lisa Neal
Speech user interface design for mobile devices BIBAFull-Text 159-160
  Elisa del Galdo; Tony Rose
Current issues in web design: building the network economy BIBAFull-Text 161-162
  Jakob Nielsen; Rolf Molich; Bruce Tog Tognazzini

Workshops

Basic research symposium BIBAFull-Text 163
  John F. McGrew; Yvonne Wærn
Interacting with recommender systems BIBAFull-Text 164
  Patrick Baudisch; Loren Terveen
Interaction in the large: developing a framework for integrating models in HCI BIBAFull-Text 165
  Hilary Johnson; Eamonn O'Neill; Peter Johnson
Research issues in the design of online communities BIBAFull-Text 166
  Amy Bruckman; Thomas Erickson; Wendy Kellogg; Lee Sproull; Barry Wellman
Designing electronic books BIBAFull-Text 167
  Gene Golovchinsky; Cathy Marshall; Bill Schilit
Interacting with statistics: designing interfaces to statistical databases BIBFull-Text 168
  Michael D. Levi; Frederick G. Conrad
Tool support for task-based user interface design BIBAFull-Text 169-170
  Birgit Bomsdorf; Gerd Szwillus
An international SIGCHI research agenda BIBAFull-Text 171
  Jean C. Scholtz; Michael Muller; David Novick; Dan R., Jr. Olsen; Ben Shneiderman; Cathleen Wharton
Organizing web site information: principles and practical experience BIBAFull-Text 172
  Kate Dobroth; Paul McInerney; Sharon Smith
The hunt for usability: tracking eye movements BIBAFull-Text 173
  Keith S. Karn; Steve Ellis; Cornell Juliano
End-user programming and blended-user programming BIBAFull-Text 174
  Howie Goodell; Carol Traynor
HCI in domains: common ground and key differences BIBFull-Text 175
  Guy A. Boy; David G. Novick; Cathleen Wharton
Designing the user interface for pen and speech multimedia applications BIBAFull-Text 176
  James A. Larson; Sharon Oviatt; David L. Ferro
The UI design process: planning, managing, and documenting UI design work BIBAFull-Text 177
  Paul McInerney; Rick Sobiesiak

Late-breaking results: seeing is understanding: new visualization techniques

A task-oriented view of information visualization BIBAFull-Text 178-179
  Stacie L. Hibino
TimeScape: a time machine for the desktop environment BIBAFull-Text 180-181
  Jun Rekimoto
Information management strategies using a spatial-temporal activity structure BIBAFull-Text 182-183
  Koichi Hayashi; Eriko Tamaru
Exploring a database through interactive visualised similarity scaling BIBAFull-Text 184-185
  Pieter Jan Stappers; Gert Pasman
Visualizing the crowds at a web site BIBAFull-Text 186-187
  Nelson Minar; Judith Donath
Visualizing the stock market BIBAFull-Text 188-189
  Martin Wattenberg

Late-breaking results: novel collaborative paradigms

Agora: a remote collaboration system that enables mutual monitoring BIBAFull-Text 190-191
  Hideaki Kuzuoka; Jun Yamashita; Keiichi Yamazaki; Akiko Yamazaki
The ins and outs of collaborative walls: demonstrating the collaborage concept BIBAFull-Text 192-193
  Thomas P. Moran; Eric Saund; William van Melle; Robert Bryll; Anuj U. Gujar; Kenneth P. Fishkin; Beverly L. Harrison
Real world teleconferencing BIBAFull-Text 194-195
  Mark Billinghurst; Hirokazu Kato
A collaborative assistant for email BIBAFull-Text 196-197
  Dan Gruen; Candy Sidner; Carolyn Boettner; Charles Rich
Writing apart and designing together BIBAFull-Text 198-199
  Andrew L. Cohen; Debra Cash; Michael J. Muller; Curtis Culberson
OwnTime: a system for timespace management BIBAFull-Text 200-201
  Roy Rodenstein; Gregory Abowd; Richard Catrambone

Late-breaking results: new methapors for user interfaces

The SIT book: audio as affective imagery for interactive storybooks BIBAFull-Text 202-203
  Maribeth Back; Rich Gold; Dana Kirsch
Employing the periphery: the window as interface BIBAFull-Text 204-205
  Roy Rodenstein
TransWorld: paper world as avatar of electronic world BIBAFull-Text 206-207
  Noriko Ito; Naotake Fujita; Hideo Shimazu; Noboru Nakajima; Keiji Yamada
StuPad: integrating student notes with class lectures BIBAFull-Text 208-209
  Khai N. Truong; Gregory D. Abowd
Notable: an annotation system for networked handheld devices BIBAFull-Text 210-211
  Michelle Baldonado; Steve Cousins; Brian Lee; Andreas Paepcke
Swept-frequency, magnetically-coupled resonant tags for realtime, continuous, multiparameter control BIBAFull-Text 212-213
  Joseph Paradiso; Kai Yuh Hsiao

Late breaking results: overcoming human limitations

User interface of a nonvisual table navigation method BIBAFull-Text 214-215
  Chieko Asakawa; Takashi Itoh
A web browsing interface for small-screen computers BIBAFull-Text 216-217
  Atsushi Sugiura
Auditory browser for blind and visually impaired users BIBAFull-Text 218-219
  Patrick Roth; Lori Petrucci; Thierry Pun; Andre Assimacopoulos
Supporting memory for spatial location while reading from small displays BIBAFull-Text 220-221
  Kenton O'Hara; Abigail Sellen; Richard Bentley
The integrated communication 2 draw (IC2D): a drawing program for the visually impaired BIBAFull-Text 222-223
  Hesham M. Kamel; James A. Landay
Maximising screen-space on mobile computing devices BIBAFull-Text 224-225
  Stephen A. Brewster; Peter G. Cryer

Late-breaking results: exploring the frontiers of interface design

Redirecting direct manipulation or what happens when the goal is in front of you but the interface says to turn left? BIBAFull-Text 226-227
  Wai Tat Fu; Wayne D. Gray
Developing task models from informal scenarios BIBAFull-Text 228-229
  Fabio Paterno; Cristiano Mancini
Setting the stage for improvised video scenarios BIBAFull-Text 230-231
  Thomas Binder
Using HTML to create early prototypes BIBAFull-Text 232-233
  Jaya Vaidyanathan; Jason E. Robbins; David F. Redmiles
Visual instruments for an interactive mural BIBAFull-Text 234-235
  Terry Winograd; François Guimbretière
Evaluating two-handed input techniques: rectangle editing and navigation BIBAFull-Text 236-237
  Didier Casalta; Yves Guiard; Michel Beaudouin-Lafon

Late-breaking results: HHI: bridging the gulf between humans and computers

Effects of the form of representation and number of computer agents on conformity BIBAFull-Text 238-239
  Eun Ju Lee; Clifford Nass
Printertainment: printing with interactive cover sheets BIBAFull-Text 240-241
  Jason Hong; Morgan N. Price; Bill N. Schilit; Gene Golovchinsky
This computer responds to user frustration BIBAFull-Text 242-243
  Jonathan Klein; Youngme Moon; Rosalind W. Picard
Face-to-face interfaces BIBAFull-Text 244-245
  Scott Prevost; Peter Hodgson; Linda Cook; Elizabeth Churchill
Presentation of personalized information using anthropomorphous agents BIBAFull-Text 246-247
  Tomonari Kamba; Yuichi Koike
Effects of computer/television convergence on users' perception of content, equipment and affect BIBAFull-Text 248-249
  Hadyn K. Kernal

Late-breaking results: new interaction techniques

Sweeping away disorder with the broom alignment tool BIBAFull-Text 250-251
  Jason Robbins; Michael Kantor; David Redmiles
Prosodic font: translating speech into graphics BIBAFull-Text 252-253
  Tara Rosenberger; Ronald L. MacNeil
Rhythmic menus: toward interaction based on rhythm BIBAFull-Text 254-255
  Sebastien Maury; Sylvie Athenes; Stephane Chatty
Amplifying spatial rotations in 3D interfaces BIBAFull-Text 256-257
  Ivan Poupyrev; Suzanne Weghorst; Takahiro Otsuka; Tadao Ichikawa
Privacy critics: UI components to safeguard users' privacy BIBAFull-Text 258-259
  Mark S. Ackerman; Lorrie Cranor
TICLE: a tangible interface for collaborative learning environments BIBAFull-Text 260-261
  Lori L. Scarlatos; Yuliya Dushkina; Shalva Landy

Late-breaking results: MIT is the limit

Expression glasses: a wearable device for facial expression recognition BIBAFull-Text 262-263
  Jocelyn Scheirer; Raul Fernandez; Rosalind W. Picard
TouchTags: using touch to retrieve information stored in a physical object BIBAFull-Text 264-265
  Benjamin Vigoda; Neil Gershenfeld
GuideShoes: navigation based on musical patterns BIBAFull-Text 266-267
  Paul Nemirovsky; Glorianna Davenport
Bringing sketching tools to keychain computers with an acceleration-based interface BIBAFull-Text 268-269
  Golan Levin; Paul Yarin
Sensory puzzles BIBAFull-Text 270-271
  Tamara M. Lackner; Kelly Dobson; Roy Rodenstein; Luke Weisman
StoryMat: a play space for collaborative storytelling BIBAFull-Text 272-273
  Kimiko Ryokai; Justine Cassell

Late breaking results: the medium is the message

Evolving use of a system for education at a distance BIBAFull-Text 274-275
  Stephen A. White; Anoop Gupta; Jonathan Grudin; Harry Chesley; Greg Kimberly; Elizabeth Sanocki
Design lessons from deployment of on-demand video BIBAFull-Text 276-277
  Liwei He; Anoop Gupta; Stephen A. White; Jonathan Grudin
Annotations for streaming video on the web BIBAFull-Text 278-279
  David Bargeron; Anoop Gupta; Jonathan Grudin; Elizabeth Sanocki
Managing temporal detail in virtual environments: relating system responsiveness to feedback BIBAFull-Text 280-281
  Benjamin Watson; Neff Walker; Bill Ribarsky; Victoria Spaulding
Multimodal interaction techniques for the virtual workbench BIBAFull-Text 282-283
  A. Fleming Seay; David Krum; Bill Ribarsky; Larry Hodges
Superimposing display space on workspace in the context of endoscopic surgery BIBAFull-Text 284-285
  Regan L. Mandryk; Christine L. MacKenzie

Late breaking results: experimental answers to interaction issues

An analysis of the index finger as a pointing device BIBAFull-Text 286-287
  Mehmet Gokturk; John L. Sibert
Exploring the divide between two unified theories of cognition: modeling visual attention in menu selection BIBAFull-Text 288-289
  Erik Nilsen; Jake Evans
Natural language and direct manipulation search tools in a multimodal information system BIBAFull-Text 290-291
  Sheryl L. Miller; J. Gregory Trafton
Learning where to look BIBAFull-Text 292-293
  Brian D. Ehret
Secondary navigation in software wizards BIBAFull-Text 294-295
  Mary Burton; Daina Pupons Wickham; Lori Phelps; Kelly Spain; Janna Crews; Nicki Rich
Audiophotography: practice and prospects BIBAFull-Text 296-297
  David Frohlich; Ella Tallyn

Student posters

A visual language for a sketch-based UI prototyping tool BIBAFull-Text 298-299
  James Lin
Quantifying human coordination in HCI BIBAFull-Text 300-301
  Maurice R. Masliah
Hand posture recognition in a body-face centered space BIBAFull-Text 302-303
  Sebastien Marcel
Novice heuristic evaluations of a complex interface BIBAFull-Text 304-305
  Aleksandra Slavkovic; Karen Cross
Reservations about the usability of airline web sites BIBAFull-Text 306-307
  Paula Selvidge
Synchronous collaborative navigation on the WWW BIBAFull-Text 308-309
  Yann Laurillau
The importance of coordination devices in text-based, task-oriented conversations BIBAFull-Text 310-311
  Jeff Hancock
Visualizing learning activities to support tutors BIBAFull-Text 312-313
  Christian Hardless; Urban Nulden
Icon size as a function of display screen BIBAFull-Text 314-315
  Josey Chu; Mikael Goldstein; Mikael Anneroth
An alternative to scrollbars on small screens BIBAFull-Text 316-317
  Staffan Bjork; Johan Redstrom
The BubbleBadge: a wearable public display BIBAFull-Text 318-319
  Jennica Falk; Staffan Bjork
comMotion: a context-aware communication system BIBAFull-Text 320-321
  Natalia Marmasse
People, places and the newspilot BIBAFull-Text 322-323
  Per Dahlberg; Johan Redstrom; Henrik Fagrell
A process for research on aging and computer use BIBAFull-Text 324-325
  Sherry E. Mead; Victoria A. Spaulding Johnson
Musbus: a personalized mouse training program for children with autism BIBAFull-Text 326-327
  Erik Eliasson; Anna Fredrikson; Martin Rybrand; Markus Wahl
The Funki Buniz Playground: facilitating multi-cultural affective collaborative play BIBAFull-Text 328-329
  Heidy Maldonado; Antoine Picard
Virtual interaction using robust color skin detection BIBAFull-Text 330-331
  David Saxe
WebStickers: using physical objects as WWW bookmarks BIBAFull-Text 332-333
  Peter Ljungstrand; Lars Erik Holmquist
Design support for interactive 3D illustrations BIBAFull-Text 334-335
  Volker Paelke

Special interest group

The goms sig: troubleshooting lessons learned novel applications teaching techniques, & future research BIBAFull-Text 336
  Wayne D. Gray; Bonnie E. John; David E. Kieras; Deborah A. Boehm-Davis
Making minds meet in your local chapter: the case of SIGCHI.NL BIBAFull-Text 337
  Peter Boersma; Eddy Boeve; Boyd de Groot
Visual interaction design SIG BIBAFull-Text 338
  Karen Graham
Computer supported co-operative design: towards effective solutions BIBAFull-Text 339
  Andree Woodcock; Paul Rodgers
The impact of unified messaging on the user BIBAFull-Text 340
  Hans de Graaff; Angelien Sanderman
Examining computer-mediated interactions: tasks, measures and featured information BIBAFull-Text 341
  Simon Bee; Caroline Gale
SIG on one size fits all?: cultural diversity in user interface design BIBAFull-Text 342
  Aaron Marcus; Nuray Aykin; Apala Lahiri Chavan; Girish V. Prabhu; Massaki Kurosu
User interfaces for electronic product catalogs BIBAFull-Text 343
  Markus Stolze; Jurgen Koenemann
The consultants' forum BIBAFull-Text 344
  Austin Henderson; Jeff Johnson; Aaron Marcus
Consolidating a new HCI community: the brazilian experience BIBAFull-Text 345
  Raquel O. Prates; Clarisse S. de Souza; Juliana P. Salles
Current issues in assessing and improving documentation usability BIBKFull-Text 346
  Stephanie Rosenbaum
Universal web access: delivering services to everyone BIBAKFull-Text 347
  Gary Perlman
HCI journals: valuable reading or wasted paper? BIBAFull-Text 348
  John Karat
SIGCHI's role in influencing technology policy BIBAFull-Text 349
  Jeff Johnson; Ben Shneiderman; Elliot Soloway; Austin Henderson; Barbara Simons
Usability in on-line/distance education S.I.G. BIBAFull-Text 350
  Matthew Tarpy; Teresa Arnold; Matt LaSaine
CHI 99 special interest group on natural language in computer-human interaction BIBAFull-Text 351
  Nancy Green; David G. Novick
Use cases in task modeling and user interface design BIBAFull-Text 352
  Larry L. Constantine; Lucy A. D. Lockwood
Encouraging CHI collaboration in Latin America BIBAFull-Text 353
  Cleotilde Gonzalez; Alfredo Sanchez; Raquel O. Prates
Measuring website usability BIBAFull-Text 354
  Jared M. Spool; Tara Scanlon; Carolyn Snyder; Will Schroeder
Automated data collection for evaluating collaborative systems BIBAFull-Text 355
  Jill Drury; Tari Fanderclai; Frank Linton