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International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 24

Editors:B. R. Gaines; D. R. Hill
Publisher:Academic Press
Standard No:ISSN 0020-7373; TA 167 A1 I5
Links:Table of Contents
  1. IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 1
  2. IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 2
  3. IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 3
  4. IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 4
  5. IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 5
  6. IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 6

IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 1

Editorial BIB i
  Brian Gaines
From Timesharing to the Sixth Generation: The Development of Human-Computer Interaction. Part I BIBA 1-27
  Brian R. Gaines; Mildred L. G. Shaw
An Experimental Comparison of a Mouse and Arrow-Jump Keys for an Interactive Encyclopedia BIBA 29-45
  John Ewing; Simin Mehrabanzad; Scott Sheck; Dan Ostroff; Ben Shneiderman
The User's Mental Model of an Information Retrieval System: An Experiment on a Prototype Online Catalog BIBA 47-64
  Christine L. Borgman
Fuzzy Cognitive Maps BIBA 65-75
  Bart Kosko
Using Planning Techniques in Intelligent Tutoring Systems BIBA 77-98
  Darwyn R. Peachey; Gordon I. McCalla

IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 2

Foundations of Dialog Engineering: The Development of Human-Computer Interaction. Part II BIBA 101-123
  Brian R. Gaines; Mildred L. G. Shaw
Comparison of Decision Support Strategies in Expert Consultation Systems BIBA 125-139
  Peretz Shoval
On the Suitability of Fuzzy Models: An Evaluation Through Fuzzy Integrals BIBA 141-151
  Siegfried Gottwald; Witold Pedrycz
ADDS -- A Dialogue Development System for the Ada Programming Language BIBA 153-170
  A. Burns; J. Robinson
Training by Exploration: Facilitating the Transfer of Procedural Knowledge Through Analogical Reasoning BIBA 171-192
  Anita L. Kamouri; Joseph Kamouri; Kirk H. Smith

IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 3

A Taxonomy of User-Oriented Functions BIBA 195-292
  James A., Jr. Carter
Stars, Maximal Rectangles, Lattices: A New Perspective on Q-Analysis BIBA 293-299
  J. H. Johnson
A Virtual Protocol Model for Computer-Human Interaction BIBA 301-312
  Jakob Nielsen

IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 4

Mode Errors: A User-Centered Analysis and Some Preventative Measures Using Keying-Contingent Sound BIBA 313-327
  Andrew Monk
A Review and Synthesis of Recent Research in Intelligent Computer-Assisted Instruction BIBA 329-353
  Christopher Dede
An Empirical Comparison of Model-Based and Explicit Communication for Dynamic Human-Computer Task Allocation BIBA 355-363
  Joel S. Greenstein; Lynn Y. Arnaut; Mark E. Revesman
An Experimental Evaluation of Prefix and Postfix Notation in Command Language Syntax BIBA 365-374
  Joan M. Cherry
On-Line Recognition of Pitman's Handwritten Shorthand -- An Evaluation of Potential BIBA 375-393
  C. G. Leedham; A. C. Downton
The Use of Q-Analysis and Q-Factor Weightings to Derive Clinical Psychiatric Syndromes BIBA 395-407
  P. N. Cowley

IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 5

Rough Classification of Patients After Highly Selective Vagotomy for Duodenal Ulcer BIBA 413-433
  Zdzislaw Pawlak; Krzysztof Slowinski; Roman Slowinski
On the Purpose and Analysis of EDP User Systems BIBA 435-452
  Jurgen Pilgrim
Discrimination of Words in a Large Vocabulary Using Phonetic Descriptions BIBA 453-473
  A. Giordana; L. Saitta; P. Laface
A Comparative Analysis of Methods for Expert Systems BIBA 475-499
  Connie Loggia Ramsey; James A. Reggia; Dana S. Nau; Andrew Ferrentino

IJMMS 1986 Volume 24 Issue 6

Editorial: Constructing User Interfaces BIB 501
  Brian Gaines
A Three-Level Human-Computer Interface Model BIBA 503-517
  A. A. Clarke
Icon-Based Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 519-543
  David Gittins
On Methods for Interfaces Specification and Design BIBA 545-568
  J. N. J. Richards; H. E. Bez; D. T. Gittins; D. J. Cooke
Fuzzy Prolog BIBA 569-595
  C. J. Hinde
Negative Knowledge Toward a Strategy for Asking in Logic Programming BIBA 597-600
  Ernest Edmonds
Support for Tentative Design: Incorporating the Screen Image, as a Graphical Object, into PROLOG BIBA 601-609
  Andre Schappo; Ernest A. Edmonds
Automatic Speech Recognition Based on Spectrogram Reading BIBA 611-621
  J. H. Connolly; E. A. Edmonds; J. J. Guzy; S. R. Johnson; A. Woodcock
Testing Functional Grammar Placement Rules Using PROLOG BIBA 623-632
  John H. Connolly
Constructing 3-D Object Models Using Multiple Simulated 2.5-D Sketches BIBA 633-644
  A. Sharma; S. A. R. Scrivener
Studying Depth Cues in a Three-Dimensional Computer Graphics Workstation BIBA 645-657
  J. D. Waldern; A. Humrich; L. Cochrane
A Multi-Purpose System for Alpha-Numeric Input to Computers via a Reduced Keyboard BIBA 659-667
  M. Roberts; H. Rahbari