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ACM Eighth International Conference on Systems Documentation

Fullname:Eighth International Conference on Systems Documentation
Location:Little Rock, Arkansas
Dates:1990-Oct-31 to 1990-Nov-02
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: DOC90; ISBN 0-89791-414-7; ACM Order Number 613900
Papers:21
Pages:166
  1. Writers and Editors Making the Transition to Online Media
  2. Visual Issues in Technical Communication
  3. Implementing Usability Information
  4. Information Retrieval
  5. From a User's Eye View: Industry, Consulting, and Academic Perspectives on the Development of Online Documentation
  6. Usability Testing: Its Uses and Misuses
  7. Alternatives to Traditional Methods
  8. Development Tools for Information Analysis
  9. A Critique of the Minimalist Approach to Document Design
  10. Documenting the Process, and the Process of Documentation
  11. Organizing Technical Information
  12. Approaches to Self-Documenting Code
  13. Additional

Writers and Editors Making the Transition to Online Media

The Editorial Role in Developing an Online User Interface BIBA 1-16
  Deborah Dameron
HELPing Writer and Product Team Communication Through Online Document Design BIBA 17-21
  Julie S. McDuffee

Visual Issues in Technical Communication

Visual Syntax Diagrams for Programming Language Statements BIBA 23-27
  Lisa M. Braz

Implementing Usability Information

How Do Writers View Usability Information? A Case Study of a Developing Documentation Writer BIBA 29-35
  Patricia A. Sullivan; James E. Porter

Information Retrieval

The Role of Indexing in Technical Communication BIBA 37-40
  Mary Jane Northrop

From a User's Eye View: Industry, Consulting, and Academic Perspectives on the Development of Online Documentation

How Usability Testing Can Aid the Development of Online Documentation BIB 41-48
  Mark Simpson
Putting a Local Information System Online Using Pre-Packaged Software BIBA 49-53
  Jennie Dautermann
User-Centeredness, Situatedness, and Designing the Media of Computer Documentation BIBA 55-61
  Bob Johnson

Usability Testing: Its Uses and Misuses

Documentation Design Based upon Intuitive Feature Taxonomy and Use Logging BIBA 63-68
  Hal Berghel; David Roach
Usability and Hardcopy Manuals: Evaluating Research Designs and Methods BIBA 69-77
  Barbara Mirel

Alternatives to Traditional Methods

Document Means More Than Manual: Document Design Outside the Computer Industry BIBA 79-86
  Lorraine Wilkin; Wendie Wulff

Development Tools for Information Analysis

Designing and Prototyping a Portable Hypertext Application BIBA 87-94
  Duane Ressler; Dee Stribling
Artificial Neural Networks as Cognitive Tools for Professional Writing BIB 95-110
  Patricia A. Carlson

A Critique of the Minimalist Approach to Document Design

The Why, Where and How of Minimalism BIBA 111-119
  R. John Brockmann

Documenting the Process, and the Process of Documentation

A Stepwise Approach to Developing Software Documentation BIBA 121-124
  Gwen L. Stimely
Documenting the Software Development Process BIBA 125-133
  June S. Hopkins; Jean M. Jernow

Organizing Technical Information

The Mythical Task BIBA 135-139
  Chris Hallgren

Approaches to Self-Documenting Code

An Interactive Source Code Commenter for Prolog Programs BIBA 141-145
  David Roach; Hal Berghel; John R. Talburt
RAP: Relocation Allowance Planner, A Rule-Based Expert System with Self-Defining Documentation Features BIBA 147-150
  John R. Talburt; Hal Berghel; David Roach

Additional

Writing Instructional Materials for Computing Service Courses BIBA 151-156
  Marlene Menard
Playing Detective with Full Text Searching Software BIBA 157-166
  Darrell R. Raymond; Heather J. Fawcett