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Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction

Fullname:Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
Editors:Hans-Jorg Bullinger
Location:Stuttgart, Germany
Dates:1991-Sep-01 to 1991-Sep-06
Publisher:Elsevier Science
Standard No:ISBN 0-444-88775-X; hcibib: HCII91
Papers:250
Pages:1367
  1. HCII 1991-09-01 Volume 1
    1. Plenary Sessions
    2. Congress I: Work with Terminals: INPUT AND DISPLAY DEVICES; Human-Computer Ergonomics
    3. Congress I: Work with Terminals: INPUT AND DISPLAY DEVICES; Display Ergonomics
    4. Congress I: Work with Terminals: INPUT AND DISPLAY DEVICES; Input Ergonomics
    5. Congress I: Work with Terminals: WORK PLACE AND WORK ENVIRONMENT; Design of Office Rooms and Buildings
    6. Congress I: Work with Terminals: WORK PLACE AND WORK ENVIRONMENT; Design of Environmental Sectors
    7. Congress I: Work with Terminals: HEALTH ASPECTS: WORKLOAD, STRESS AND STRAIN AND IRREGULAR WORKING HOURS; Causes and Measures of Stress
    8. Congress I: Work with Terminals: HEALTH ASPECTS: WORKLOAD, STRESS AND STRAIN AND IRREGULAR WORKING HOURS; Ergonomics, Users and Pitfalls
    9. Congress I: Work with Terminals: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT; Methods for Aiding Human-Computer Interaction
    10. Congress I: Work with Terminals: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT; Assessment of Mental Workload, Fatigue and Performance
    11. Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DIALOGUE MANAGEMENT/UIMS; User Interface Management at the Market Place
    12. Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DIALOGUE MANAGEMENT/UIMS; Progress in User Interface Management
    13. Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DIALOGUE MANAGEMENT/UIMS; Application Experiences with UIMS
    14. Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: HYPERTEXT AND HYPERMEDIA; Hypertext
    15. Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: HYPERTEXT AND HYPERMEDIA; Hypermedia
    16. Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEMS; Design and Management of Distributed Systems
    17. Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEMS; Present and Future Capabilities of Distributed Systems

HCII 1991-09-01 Volume 1

Plenary Sessions

Whence and Where -- A Short History of Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 3-18
  B. Shackel
The Responsible Workplace -- European Office of the Year 2000 BIBA 19-25
  Francis Duffy; Andrew Laing
User Interface Management -- The Strategic View BIBAK 27-38
  H.-J. Bullinger; K.-P. Fahnrich
Multimedia: Trends and Issues BIBAK 39-54
  S. Joy Mountford
Design of Adaptive Interfaces and Flexible Mass Production of Knowledge-Based Systems BIBAK 55-68
  Gavriel Salvendy
Higher Order Learning Mechanisms in Knowledge Domains BIBA 69
  F. M. Klix

Congress I: Work with Terminals: INPUT AND DISPLAY DEVICES; Human-Computer Ergonomics

A Survey of Postural Ergonomics BIB 75-77
  K. H. E. Kroemer
A Response-Surface Approach to Input Error Evaluation for Resistive and Infrared Touch Panels BIBAK 78-82
  Dennis B. Beringer
Evaluation of Computer Graphics Techniques for the Design of Images for Human-Computer Interaction BIBAK 83-87
  Woodrow Barfield; Rafael Lim

Congress I: Work with Terminals: INPUT AND DISPLAY DEVICES; Display Ergonomics

Analysis of VDT Text Reading Styles BIBAK 88-92
  Yoko Asano; Katsuhiko Ogawa
Computer Graphics Programming Principals as Factors in the Design of Perspective Displays BIBAK 93-97
  Woodrow Barfield; Young Kim
Fundamentals for the Use of Colors in User Interfaces BIBAK 98-102
  H.-Chr. Kraupner-Stadler
Using a Computer Game to Analyze Color Recognition Abilities BIBAK 103-107
  Shun-ichi Yonemura; Katsuhiko Ogawa

Congress I: Work with Terminals: INPUT AND DISPLAY DEVICES; Input Ergonomics

Screen Keyboards: An Empirical Study of the Effects of Shape and Character Layout BIBAK 108-112
  Laura M. Leventhal; Jon W. McKeeby; Barbee T. Mynatt
Is Feedback Necessary when Using a Keyboard? BIBAK 113-117
  U. Guggenbuehl; H. Krueger
Location of Isometric Joystick for Optimal Performance in Typical Computer Task Mix BIBAK 118-122
  David H. Straayer
An Experimental Evaluation of Mouse, Joystick, Joycard, Lightpen, Trackball and Touchscreen for Pointing -- Basic Study on Human Interface Design -- BIBAK 123-127
  Atsuo Murata

Congress I: Work with Terminals: WORK PLACE AND WORK ENVIRONMENT; Design of Office Rooms and Buildings

From Inside to Outside: Worker-Orientated Planning of Economically Efficient and Future-Orientated Office Buildings BIBAK 131-135
  P. Kern; D. Lorenz
Office Layout: New Aspects of Concentration and Communication at Work BIBAK 136-140
  B. Schlintner
The Combi Office Concept BIBAK 141-147
  Wolfram Fuchs
Planning the Future Office -- Focus on Work Environment BIBAK 148-153
  Lise Busk Kofoed; Kurt Vogt

Congress I: Work with Terminals: WORK PLACE AND WORK ENVIRONMENT; Design of Environmental Sectors

Office Lighting of the 90's BIBK 154-156
  Torsten Braun
Acoustic in Modern Office Buildings BIB 157-161
  F. Hofmann
Climate Problems in Areas with High VDU Density: Results of Traders Desks BIBAK 162-166
  W. Bauer
The Impact of the Office Environment on Workers Health BIBA 167-171
  Ahmet E. Cakir

Congress I: Work with Terminals: HEALTH ASPECTS: WORKLOAD, STRESS AND STRAIN AND IRREGULAR WORKING HOURS; Causes and Measures of Stress

Frictions and Frustrations in Creative-Informatory Work with Computer Aided Design -- CAD-Systems -- BIBAK 175-179
  H. Luczak; W. Beitz; J. Springer; T. Langner
Engineers' Workload Due to High Speed and High Function Machine: Is the Work-Density Increasing? BIBA 180-184
  Yuko Fujigaki
Breakdowns and Other Interruptions in VDT Work as a Source of Stress in Customer Service and Banking BIBA 185-189
  K. Lindstrom
Evaluation of Mental Workload in Location Task by HRV Measures -- Relation between Work Level and Mental Workload -- BIBAK 190-194
  Atsuo Murata

Congress I: Work with Terminals: HEALTH ASPECTS: WORKLOAD, STRESS AND STRAIN AND IRREGULAR WORKING HOURS; Ergonomics, Users and Pitfalls

Impact of Computer System Performance on Task Characteristics and Worker Stress BIBAK 195-199
  Pascale Carayon-Sainfort; Michael J. Smith
An Experimental Study of CRT Graphical Display in Process Control Systems BIBAK 200-204
  Sheue-Ling Hwang; Yung-Sen Wang
Extending Computers to the Frail Elderly BIBAK 205-209
  M. Christensen; R. House; J. Hurwitz; R. Lawrence; S. Strum

Congress I: Work with Terminals: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT; Methods for Aiding Human-Computer Interaction

Method of the Ergonomicity Level Evaluation of the Multiaccess Computer System BIBA 210-214
  Leszek Pacholski; Malgorzata Gorska
Experimental Study of Some Visual and Sound-Effect Factors Influencing the Efficiency and Reliability of Manipulating VDU-Displayed Geometric and/or Textual Patterns in HCI-Based Engineering Activities BIBAK 217-222
  L. Balint; G. Csibra; I. Czigler; A. Radvanyi
Information Aids in Fault Diagnosis Tasks BIBAK 223-227
  Sheue-Ling Hwang; Hung-Wen Cheng

Congress I: Work with Terminals: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT; Assessment of Mental Workload, Fatigue and Performance

Physiological Measurement of Cognitive Load During Interaction with Process Control Displays BIBAK 228-232
  David Wastell
Pupillary Reflexes and Accommodation as Physiological Indices of Visual Fatigue Due to VDT Operation BIBAK 233-237
  Susumu Saito; Sasitorn Taptagaporn
Evaluation of the Relationship between Pupil Movements and Visual Tasks BIBAK 238-242
  Shin Saito; Sasitorn Taptagaporn; Naofumi Hirose; Susumu Saito
An Empirical Study on Identification of Coloured Lines on the CRT BIBA 243-247
  U. Pawlak

Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DIALOGUE MANAGEMENT/UIMS; User Interface Management at the Market Place

PROMETHEUS -- A System for Programming Graphical User Interfaces BIBAK 253-258
  Dierk Ehmke; Marion Kreiter; Christian Sanger; Dietmar Siepmann
The ISA DIALOG MANAGER: Requirements for User Interface Management Systems BIBA 259-264
  K.-P. Fahnrich; M. Karcher
The Serpent UIMS BIBA 265-269
  Erik J. Hardy; Daniel V. Klein

Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DIALOGUE MANAGEMENT/UIMS; Progress in User Interface Management

A Critical Look at Toolkit-Based Window Management Systems BIBAK 270-274
  Matthias Grochtmann
Task-Oriented Dialogue Management Based on Different Knowledge Sources BIBAK 275-280
  Christian Stary
New Algorithms for Interactive Object Oriented Graphics BIBAK 281-286
  B. Arndt; K. H. Hanne
A Logic Based Programming Environment for Interactive Applications BIBAK 287-291
  H. Jasper

Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DIALOGUE MANAGEMENT/UIMS; Application Experiences with UIMS

User Interface Management Systems UIMS for Interactive Applications -- Experiences Using ISA Dialog Manager -- BIB 292-297
  Gottfried B. Bertram
Approach to a Dialogue Manager for Medical Information Systems BIBAK 298-302
  B. Thull; M. Langen; Th. Schecke; G. Rau
Revolutionary vs. Evolutionary Rapid Prototyping: Balancing Software Productivity and HCI Design Concerns BIBAK 303-307
  S. P. Overmyer
Graphical User Interfaces: Metaphors We Compute By BIBA 308-313
  Jean-Marie Chauvet

Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: HYPERTEXT AND HYPERMEDIA; Hypertext

New Potentiality of Hypertext Systems in Information Retrieval Operations BIBAK 317-321
  Maristella Agosti
Mental Spaces of Hypertext Links: An Empirical Investigation BIBAK 322-326
  Helmut Pfeiffer; Edmund Eberleh
Attempts to Draw Nice Graphs by an Interactive Hypertext Browser BIBA 327-331
  M. Hofmann; H. Langendorfer; K. Laue; E. Lubben
Hypertext Interface to Technical Terminology BIBAK 332-336
  Antonius van Hoof; Renate Mayer

Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: HYPERTEXT AND HYPERMEDIA; Hypermedia

Media Composition and Synchronization Aspects in an Interactive Multimedia Authoring Environment BIBAK 337-343
  Gianluca Pancaccini; Francesco Stajano
The Motion Picture in Interactive Information Systems: A Necessary or Facilitating Component? BIBAK 344-349
  J. Faber; T. Meiers; D. Ruschin; A. Seyferth
A Hypermedia Information System to Manage the Activities in a Research Institute BIBAK 350-356
  M. Allegra; O. Di Giuseppe; S. Mangiaracina

Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEMS; Design and Management of Distributed Systems

Application Design Using the Comandos Distributed Object Oriented System BIBAK 359-363
  D. Decouchant; V. Normand; G. Vandome
How Intelligent, Integrated System Access Enhances Use Task Performance, Productivity, and Satisfaction BIBA 364-368
  Paul Reed
Issues in the Management of Heterogeneous Networks BIBAK 369-373
  Gautam Kar; Peter Peinl
A Toolset for Administration and Management of Distributed Information Systems BIBAK 374-378
  Friedemann Reim; Helmut Meitner

Congress II: Design and Implementation of Interactive Systems: DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEMS; Present and Future Capabilities of Distributed Systems

A Multipoint Teleconferencing Service for the ISDN BIBAK 379-383
  S. M. Furner; N. Watkinson; W. Clark; H. Frowein
Multimedia Aspects in a Documentation System for Endoscopy Diagnosis of Throat Cancer BIBAK 384-388
  U. Arnold; J. Meyer; G. Peter
Office Procedure Support Systems on the Basis of Open Distributed Systems BIBAK 389-394
  Michael Rathgeb; Alexander Roos
A Successful Strategy for the Process of Implementing a Decentralized Information System BIBAK 395-399
  Ari Heiskanen