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ACM Fifth International Conference on Systems Documentation

Fullname:Fifth International Conference on Systems Documentation
Editors:Virginia DeBuys
Location:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dates:1986-Jun-08 to 1986-Jun-10
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: DOC86; ISBN 0-89791-224-1; ACM Order Number 611860
Papers:17
Pages:104
Myths and realities of contract technical writing BIBAFull-Text 1-7
  Zelda Gifford
Artificial intelligence and document processing BIBFull-Text 8-12
  Geoffrey James
The responsibilities of an editor BIBAFull-Text 13-14
  Diana Patterson
Be your own publisher BIBAFull-Text 15-23
  Joan Janes; Marsha Snyder
Automatic sense disambiguation using machine readable dictionaries: how to tell a pine cone from an ice cream cone BIBFull-Text 24-26
  Michael Lesk
Generalized markup for literary analysis BIBAFull-Text 27-31
  Cheryl A. Fraser; David T. Barnard; George M. Logan
Adaptable and adaptive systems workshop BIBFull-Text 32-39
  Russell Borland
Transparent network connection? (workshop): pretending to be almost another terminal BIBFull-Text 40-46
  Chris Hallgren
Impact of graphics on end-users BIBAFull-Text 47-54
  Kathryn Davies
HOW can we HELP? BIBFull-Text 55-60
  Marjorie Kohli
Usability testing of computer documentation BIBAFull-Text 61-65
  Mark Zirinsky
Language, art, and documentation: exploring the visual process for greater audience comprehension BIBAFull-Text 66-74
  James Hill
Whole brain computing BIBAFull-Text 75-79
  Bruce E. Rogers
Documentation and user interface planning for optical information systems BIBAFull-Text 80-86
  Stephanie Rosenbaum
Effective user interfaces: some common sense guidelines BIBFull-Text 87-94
  Edward J. See; Douglas C. Woestendiek
Literary expert systems BIBFull-Text 95-100
  Ian Lancashire
ESTC -- a computer file for the scholarly community (title only) BIBAFull-Text 101
  M. J. Crump