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ACM 23rd International Conference on Computer Documentation

Fullname:23rd International Conference on Computer Documentation
Note:Documenting & Designing for Pervasive Information
Editors:Scott Tilley; Robert Newman
Location:Coventry, United Kingdom
Dates:2005-Sep-21 to 2005-Sep-23
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-59593-175-9; ACM Order Number: 613050; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: DOC05
Papers:27
Pages:167
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Workshop Sessions
  2. Graphical and visual information I
  3. Information design principles and methods I
  4. Pervasive Documentation Systems I
  5. Document authoring, production and management
  6. Pervasive documentation systems II
  7. Graphical and visual information II
  8. Information design principles and methods II
  9. Usability

Workshop Sessions

Aspect-oriented documentation BIBAFull-Text 1-2
  John W., Jr. Stamey; Bryan T. Saunders
DITA authoring BIBAFull-Text 3
  Michael Priestley
5th international workshop on graphical documentation: determining the barriers to adoption of UML diagrams BIBAFull-Text 4-5
  Scott Tilley; Steve Murphy; Shihong Huang

Graphical and visual information I

Co-generation of text and graphics BIBAFull-Text 6-11
  David G. Novick; Brian Lowe
Accessibility of graphics in technical documentation for the cognitive and visually impaired BIBAFull-Text 12-17
  Steve Murphy

Information design principles and methods I

Edward Tufte meets Christopher Alexander BIBAFull-Text 18-24
  John W., Jr. Stamey; Thomas L. Honeycutt; Simon Blanchard
A stakeholders centered approach for conceptual modeling of communication-intensive applications BIBAFull-Text 25-33
  Vito Perrone; Davide Bolchini; Paolo Paolini
A general approach to ethnographic analysis for systems design BIBAFull-Text 34-40
  Rahat Iqbal; Richard Gatward; Anne James

Pervasive Documentation Systems I

Concept and architecture of an pervasive document editing and managing system BIBAFull-Text 41-47
  Stefania Leone; Thomas B. Hodel; Harald Gall
Information fragments for a pervasive world BIBAFull-Text 48-53
  Russell Beale
Integrating meaningful words, biologically inspired vision and Darwinian knowledge: towards a distributed and mediated design studio BIBAFull-Text 54-59
  Amiram Moshaiov

Document authoring, production and management

Metadata based authoring for technical documentation BIBAFull-Text 60-67
  Ingo Stock; Michael Weber; Eckhard Steinmeier
A study of the documentation essential to software maintenance BIBAFull-Text 68-75
  Sergio Cozzetti B. de Souza; Nicolas Anquetil; Kathia M. de Oliveira
Checking marked-up documentation for adherance to site-specific standards BIBAFull-Text 76-79
  S. N. I. Mount; R. M. Newman; R. J. Low
Developing a pyramid structure for managing web-centric documents BIBAFull-Text 80-84
  Tayfun Karadeniz; Jean-Louis Lassez; Stephen Sheel

Pervasive documentation systems II

Developing documentation systems for pervasive network environments BIBAFull-Text 85-88
  DeAnna Steiner
The aspect-oriented web BIBAFull-Text 89-95
  John Stamey; Bryan Saunders; Simon Blanchard
Developing a theory and practise of pervasive information capture, processing, visualization and documentation BIBAFull-Text 96-102
  Colin Price; Elizabeth Coulter-Smith

Graphical and visual information II

Visualization of balanced scorecard on PDAs BIBAFull-Text 103-107
  Carlos J. Costa; Manuela Aparcio
The use of eBooks and interactive multimedia as alternative forms of technical documentation BIBAFull-Text 108-115
  Gord Davison; Steve Murphy; Rebecca Wong
Animating pervasive computing BIBAFull-Text 116-122
  Andree Woodcock; John Burns; Sarah Mount; Robert Newman; Elena Gaura

Information design principles and methods II

Leveraging technology affinity: applying a common set of tools and practices to information development BIBAFull-Text 123-130
  Robert Pierce
Capturing visions and goals to inform communication design BIBAFull-Text 131-137
  Davide Bolchini; Giovanni Randazzo

Usability

User-centred design and evaluation of ubiquitous services BIBAFull-Text 138-145
  Rahat Iqbal; Janienke Sturm; Olga Kulyk; Jimmy Wang; Jacques Terken
Sensorium games: usability considerations for pervasive gaming BIBAFull-Text 146-150
  S. N. I. Mount; E. I. Gaura; R. M. Newman
Usability over time BIBAFull-Text 151-158
  Valerie Mendoza; David G. Novick
Towards a hypertext reading/comprehension model BIBAFull-Text 159-166
  Aristidis Protopsaltis; Vassiliki Bouki