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ACM 20th International Conference on Computer Documentation

Fullname:20th International Conference on Computer Documentation
Editors:Michael Priestley
Location:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dates:2002-Oct-20 to 2002-Oct-23
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-58113-543-2; ACM Order Number: 613020; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: DOC02
Papers:37
Pages:264
Links:Conference Home Page
Design of complex information BIBAFull-Text 1-9
  Michael J. Albers
Showing instead of telling BIBAFull-Text 10-16
  Ron Baecker
Implementing DITA XML in a production environment BIBAFull-Text 17-19
  Susan G. Carpenter
Rhetoric of present single-sourcing methodologies BIBAFull-Text 20-25
  Dave Clark
Mis-usability: on the uses and misuses of usability testing BIBAFull-Text 26-30
  R. Stanley Dicks
Educational models and open source: resisting the proprietary university BIBAFull-Text 31-38
  Brenton D. Faber
Planning and information foraging theories and their value to the novice technical communicator BIBAFull-Text 39-43
  Lyn F. Gattis
Design of documentation for handheld ergonomics: presenting clinical evidence at the point of care BIBAFull-Text 44-48
  Michelle Graham; Mark Chignell; Harumi Takeshita
Eclipse help system: an open source user assistance offering BIBAFull-Text 49-59
  Kari L. Halsted; James H. (Jamie) Roberts
Modeling document-mediated interaction BIBAFull-Text 60-71
  William Hart-Davidson
A multidisciplinary approach to improving the user experience: information development, test, and user experience design teams working together BIBAFull-Text 72-78
  Erin E. Heximer; Uliyana Markova; Lisa Wu; Justine Yoon
Open source basics: definitions, models, and questions BIBAFull-Text 79-83
  Johndan Johnson-Eilola
Combining usability research with documentation development for improved user support BIBAFull-Text 84-89
  Timothy Keirnan; Lori Anschuetz; Stephanie Rosenbaum
Practical guidelines for the readability of IT-architecture diagrams BIBAFull-Text 90-99
  Henk Koning; Claire Dormann; Hans van Vliet
Connecting learners with content: a unified content strategy for learning materials BIBAFull-Text 100-103
  Pamela Kostur
Using Javadoc and XML to produce API reference documentation BIBAFull-Text 104-109
  Donald M. Leslie
Designing information for dynamic delivery with XML BIBAFull-Text 110-112
  Steve Manning
aTool: creating validated XML documents on the fly using MS word BIBAFull-Text 113-121
  Oliver Meyer
Integrating interactive 3-D diagrams into hypermedia documentation BIBAFull-Text 122-126
  R. M. Newman; N. Bussard; C. J. Richards
Extending direct manipulation in a text editor BIBAFull-Text 127-132
  David Novick; Francisco Romero; Edgar Rene Saenz; Armando Sandoval
What programmers really want: results of a needs assessment for SDK documentation BIBAFull-Text 133-141
  Janet Nykaza; Rhonda Messinger; Fran Boehme; Cherie L. Norman; Matthew Mace; Manuel Gordon
Automated knowledge acquisition for instructional text generation BIBAFull-Text 142-151
  Cecile Paris; Keith Vander Linden; Shijian Lu
An empirical study of factors impacting the size of object-oriented component code documentation BIBAFull-Text 152-156
  Parag C. Pendharkar; James A. Rodger
Automatically connecting documentation to code with rose BIBAFull-Text 157-163
  Robert Pierce; Scott Tilley
Specialization in DITA: technology, process, & policy BIBAFull-Text 164-176
  Michael Priestley; David A. Schell
Information modeling for single sourcing BIBAFull-Text 177-178
  Ann Rockley
Find what I mean: exploring new kinds of search results BIBAFull-Text 179-185
  John Russell
Creating a massive master index for HTML and print BIBAFull-Text 186-193
  Dan Scott; Ronnie Seagren
Documentation, participatory citizenship, and the web: the potential of open systems BIBAFull-Text 194-199
  Clay Spinuzzi
Modeling genre ecologies BIBAFull-Text 200-207
  Clay Spinuzzi
A Scandinavian challenge, a US response: methodological assumptions in Scandinavian and US prototyping approaches BIBAFull-Text 208-215
  Clay Spinuzzi
A collaborative methodology for the rapid development and delivery of online courses BIBAFull-Text 216-225
  Douglas Talbott; Matthew Gibson; Suzanne Skublics
Documenting software systems with views III: towards a task-oriented classification of program visualization techniques BIBAFull-Text 226-233
  Scott Tilley; Shihong Huang
Workshop on graphical documentation for programmers BIBAFull-Text 234-235
  Scott Tilley; Ken Wong
Live documents with contextual, data-driven information components BIBAFull-Text 236-247
  Anke Weber; Holger M. Kienle; Hausi A. Muller
Assessing prototypes' role in design BIBAFull-Text 248-257
  Ashley Williams
Connecting technical communicators with technical developers BIBAFull-Text 258-262
  Kenny Wong; Scott Tilley