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International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 59

Editors:B. R. Gaines
Publisher:Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard No:ISSN 0020-7373; TA 167 A1 I5
Links:Table of Contents
  1. IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 1/2
  2. IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 3
  3. IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 4
  4. IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 5
  5. IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 6

IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 1/2

To feel or not to feel: The role of affect in human-computer interaction BIBA 1-32
  Eva Hudlicka
New visions of human-computer interaction: making affect compute BIBA 33-53
  Michael D. McNeese
Affective computing: challenges BIBA 55-64
  Rosalind W. Picard
Is affective computing an oxymoron? BIB 65-70
  Erik Hollnagel
Response: Is affective computing an oxymoron? BIB 71-75
  Eva Hudlicka
Response: is affective computing an oxymoron? BIB 77-80
  Michael D. McNeese
From Greta's mind to her face: modelling the dynamics of affective states in a conversational embodied agent BIBA 81-118
  Fiorella de Rosis; Catherine Pelachaud; Isabella Poggi; Valeria Carofiglio; Berardina De Carolis
Emotion and sociable humanoid robots BIBA 119-155
  Cynthia Breazeal
The production and recognition of emotions in speech: features and algorithms BIBA 157-183
  Oudeyer Pierre-Yves
Pupil size variation as an indication of affective processing BIBA 185-198
  Timo Partala; Veikko Surakka
Physiological responses to different WEB page designs BIBA 199-212
  R. D. Ward; P. H. Marsden
Recognizing emotion from dance movement: comparison of spectator recognition and automated techniques BIBA 213-225
  Antonio Camurri; Ingrid Lagerlof; Gualtiero Volpe
SenToy: an affective sympathetic interface BIBA 227-235
  Ana Paiva; Marco Costa; Ricardo Chaves; Moises Piedade; Dario Mourao; Daniel Sobral; Kristina Höök; Gerd Andersson; Adrian Bullock
Nonverbal indicators of malicious intent: affective components for interrogative virtual reality training BIBA 237-244
  Frederic (Rick) McKenzie; Mark Scerbo; Jean Catanzaro; Mark Phillips
Developing multimodal intelligent affective interfaces for tele-home health care BIBA 245-255
  C. Lisetti; F. Nasoz; C. LeRouge; O. Ozyer; K. Alvarez

IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 3

Context-based free-form annotation in XML documents BIBA 257-285
  Won-Sung Sohn; Jae-Kyung Kim; Seung-Kyu Ko; Soon-Bum Lim; Yoon-Chul Choy
Off to new shores: conceptual knowledge discovery and processing BIBA 287-325
  Gerd Stumme
The effect of spatial layout of and link colour in web pages on performance in a visual search task and an interactive search task BIBA 327-353
  Robert Pearson; Paul van Schaik
Internet attitudes and Internet use: some surprising findings from the HomeNetToo project*1 BIBA 355-382
  Linda A. Jackson; Alexander von Eye; Gretchen Barbatsis; Frank Biocca; Yong Zhao; Hiram E. Fitzgerald
Perceived usefulness, ease of use and electronic supermarket use BIBA 383-395
  Ron Henderson; Megan J. Divett

IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 4

HCI and MIS: shared concerns BIBA 397-402
  Ping Zhang; Andrew Dillon
The evolution of US state government home pages from 1997 to 2002 BIBA 403-430
  Terry Ryan; Richard H. G. Field; Lorne Olfman
Predicting the use of web-based information systems: self-efficacy, enjoyment, learning goal orientation, and the technology acceptance model BIBA 431-449
  Mun Y. Yi; Yujong Hwang
Predicting e-services adoption: a perceived risk facets perspective BIBA 451-474
  Mauricio S. Featherman; Paul A. Pavlou
A person-artefact-task (PAT) model of flow antecedents in computer-mediated environments BIBA 475-496
  Christina M. Finneran; Ping Zhang
Issues and strategies for integrating HCI in masters level MIS and e-commerce programs BIBA 497-520
  Susy S. Chan; Rosalee J. Wolfe; Xiaowen Fang

IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 5

The effectiveness of groups recognizing patterns*1 BIBA 523-543
  Stephen C. Hayne; C. A. P. Smith; Dan Turk
Using on-line surveys to measure three key constructs of the quality of human-computer interaction in web sites: psychometric properties and implications BIBA 545-567
  Paul van Schaik; Jonathan Ling
Visualizations of binary data: A comparative evaluation BIBA 569-602
  Michael D. Lee; Marcus A. Butavicius; Rachel E. Reilly
A study in responsiveness in spoken dialog BIBA 603-630
  Nigel Ward; Wataru Tsukahara
A `computer tutor' to assist children develop their narrative writing skills: conferencing with HARRY BIBA 631-669
  C. E. Holdich; P. W. H. Chung
Evaluating information accessibility and community adaptivity features for sustaining virtual learning communities BIBA 671-697
  Hock-Hai Teo; Hock-Chuan Chan; Kwok-Kee Wei; Zhongju Zhang
Supporting online shopping through a combination of ontologies and interface metaphors BIBA 699-723
  John Domingue; Arthur Stutt; Maria Martins; Jiacheng Tan; Helgi Petursson; Enrico Motta
A study of current logic design practices in the automotive manufacturing industry*1 BIBA 725-753
  M. R. Lucas; D. M. Tilbury
Testing a Cancer Meta Spider BIBA 755-776
  Hsinchun Chen; Haiyan Fan; Michael Chau; Daniel Zeng

IJHCS 2003 Volume 59 Issue 6

Effectiveness of automatic and expert generated narrative and guided instructions for task-oriented web browsing BIBA 777-795
  Guangfeng Songand Gavriel Salvendy
An ethnographic, action-based approach to human experience in virtual environments BIBA 797-822
  Anna Spagnolli; Diego Varotto; Giuseppe Mantovani
Comparing the effects of text size and format on the readibility of computer-displayed Times New Roman and Arial text BIBA 823-835
  Michael L. Bernard; Barbara S. Chaparro; Melissa M. Mills; Charles G. Halcomb
Using eye movement parameters for evaluating human-machine interface frameworks under normal control operation and fault detection situations BIBA 837-873
  Y. Lin; W. J. Zhang; L. G. Watson
Group judgment processes and outcomes in video-conferencing versus face-to-face groups BIBA 875-897
  Marcus Crede; Janet A. Sniezek
Designing emotionally evocative homepages: an empirical study of the quantitative relations between design factors and emotional dimensions BIBA 899-940
  Jinwoo Kim; Jooeun Lee; Dongseong Choi
Subtitled interaction: complementary support as an alternative to localization BIBA 941-957
  Giorgos Lepouras; George R. S. Weir
A tool for taking class notes BIBA 959-981
  Nigel Ward; Hajime Tatsukawa
The PROMPT suite: interactive tools for ontology merging and mapping BIBA 983-1024
  Natalya F. Noy; Mark A. Musen