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International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 55

Editors:B. R. Gaines
Publisher:Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard No:ISSN 0020-7373; TA 167 A1 I5
Links:Table of Contents
  1. IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 1
  2. IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 2
  3. IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 3
  4. IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 4
  5. IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 5
  6. IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 6

IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 1

Embodied models as simulated users: introduction to this special issue on using cognitive models to improve interface design BIBA 1-14
  Frank E. Ritter; Richard M. Young
A perception/action substrate for cognitive modeling in HCI BIBA 15-39
  Robert St. Amant; Mark O. Riedl
ACT-R/PM and menu selection: applying a cognitive architecture to HCI BIBA 41-84
  Michael D. Byrne
Predicting the effects of in-car interface use on driver performance: an integrated model approach BIBA 85-107
  Dario D. Salvucci

IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 2

Editorial: User centred design and implementation of virtual environments BIB 109-114
  Shamus P. Smith; Michael D. Harrison
Informing the design of a virtual environment to support learning in children BIBA 115-143
  Mike Scaife; Yvonne Rogers
A toolset supported approach for designing and testing virtual environment interaction techniques BIBA 145-165
  James S. Willans; Michael D. Harrison
Theme-based content analysis: a flexible method for virtual environment evaluation BIBA 167-189
  Helen Neale; Sarah Nichols

IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 3

Expertise and the interpretation of computerized physiological data: implications for the design of computerized monitoring in neonatal intensive care BIBA 191-216
  Eugenio Alberdi; Julie-Clare Becher; Ken Gilhooly; Jim Hunter; Robert Logie; Andy Lyon; Neil McIntosh; Jan Reiss
Creativity in the organization: the role of individual creative problem solving and computer support BIBA 217-237
  Marilyn G. Kletke; Jane M. Mackay; Steve H. Barr; Beata Jones
Explanation and exploration Visualizing the topology of web information systems BIBA 239-258
  Arno Scharl
Recognizing Thai handwritten characters and words for human-computer interaction BIBA 259-279
  Chomtip Pornpanomchai; Dentcho N. Batanov; Nicholas Dimmitt
Interactive machine learning: letting users build classifiers BIBA 281-292
  Malcolm Ware; Eibe Frank; Geoffrey Holmes; Mark Hall; Ian H. Witten
Relational attribute systems BIBA 293-309
  Ivo Duntsch; Gunther Gediga; Ewa Orlowska
Increasing the visualization realism by frame synchronization between the VRML browser and the panoramic image viewer BIBA 311-336
  Jiung-Yao Huang
A methodological approach to supporting organizational learning BIBA 337-367
  Paul Mulholland; Zdenek Zdrahal; John Domingue; Marek Hatala; Ansgar Bernardi
Erratum: Interacting with the telephone BIB 369
  Hazel Lacohee; Ben Anderson

IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 4

Editorial: Human Factors Symposium BIB 371-376
  L. Damodaran; B. Shackel
Human factors in the digital world enhancing life style -- the challenge for emerging technologies BIBA 377-403
  Leela Damodaran
Requirements trawling: techniques for discovering requirements*1 BIBA 405-421
  Suzanne Robertson
An approach to requirements analysis for decision support systems BIBA 423-433
  Caroline Parker
New product development by eliciting user experience and aspirations BIBA 435-452
  Anne Bruseberg; Deana Mcdonagh-Philp
Context of Use within usability activities BIBA 453-483
  Martin Maguire
Prototyping for usability of new technology BIBA 485-501
  Roger R. Hall
Talking and writing -- how natural in human-machine interaction? BIBA 503-519
  Jan Noyes
Ubiquitous computing within cars: designing controls for non-visual use BIBA 521-531
  Gary E. Burnett; J. Mark Porter
International standards for HCI and usability BIBA 533-552
  Nigel Bevan
The improvement of human-centred processes -- facing the challenge and reaping the benefit of ISO 13407 BIBA 553-585
  Jonathan Earthy; Brian Sherwood Jones; Nigel Bevan
Methods to support human-centred design BIBA 587-634
  Martin Maguire
Third age usability and safety -- an ergonomics contribution to design BIBA 635-643
  David R. Hitchcock; Suzanne Lockyer; Sharon Cook; Claire Quigley
Empowered participation of users with disabilities in R&D projects BIBA 645-659
  Christian Buhler
Evaluating the human-machine interface to vehicle navigation systems as an example of ubiquitous computing BIBA 661-674
  Tracy Ross; Gary Burnett
Re-viewing reality: human factors of synthetic training environments BIBA 675-698
  Alex W. Stedmon; Robert J. Stone
Virtual reality for interactive training: an industrial practitioner's viewpoint BIBA 699-711
  Robert Stone
Human factors -- the challenges facing Europe BIBA 713-725
  Ronald Mackay
Luddism for the twenty-first century BIBA 727-737
  Lisl Klein

IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 5

Effects of training and representational characteristics in icon design BIBA 741-760
  Ravindra S. Goonetilleke; Heloisa Martins Shih; Hung Kai On; Julien Fritsch
Graphic and numerical methods to assess navigation in hypertext BIBA 761-786
  John E. McEneaney
The effects of contextualized access to knowledge on judgement BIBA 787-814
  Ji-Ye Mao; Izak Benbasat
Implications of buyer decision theory for design of e-commerce websites BIBA 815-844
  Barry G. Silverman; Mintu Bachann; Khaled Al-Akharas
Task structure and the apparent duration of hierarchical search BIBA 845-860
  Noam Tractinsky; Joachim Meyer

IJHCS 2001 Volume 55 Issue 6

Generating graphical applications from state-transition visual specifications BIBA 861-880
  Giuseppe Della Penna; Benedetto Intrigila; Sergio Orefice
Declarative representation of strategic control knowledge BIBA 881-917
  Michel Benaroch
Internet dependency and psychosocial maturity among college students BIBA 919-938
  Wei Wang