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Proceedings of IFIP INTERACT'84: Human-Computer Interaction 1984-09-04

Fullname:Proceedings of IFIP INTERACT'84: Human-Computer Interaction
Editors:Brian Shackel
Location:London, England
Dates:1984-Sep-04 to 1984-Sep-07
Standard No:ISBN 0-444-87773-8; hcibib: INT84
  1. Keynote Addresses
  2. User Aspects
  3. Visual and Display Characteristics
  4. Workstations and Workplace Issues
  5. Input and Output -- Some New Approaches
  6. Input Methods and Comparisons
  7. Speech Input and Output
  8. Dialogue Interaction / Analysing Interactive Dialogues
  9. Dialogue Interaction / Graphical Interaction
  10. Dialogue Interfaces / Command Interfaces
  11. Dialogue Interfaces / Menu Interfaces
  12. Dialogue Interfaces / Adaptive and Flexible Interfaces
  13. Tools to Aid Interface Design and Programming
  14. Language Design and Comprehension
  15. Knowledge Based Techniques
  16. Modelling Users and User Interactions
  17. Design -- Approaches and Methods
  18. Design -- Guidelines
  19. Evaluation -- Approaches and Methods
  20. Learning and Training
  21. Aids for the Disabled
  22. Organisation and Social Issues
  23. Behavioural Issues in the System Development Cycle / Introduction and Overview
  24. Behavioural Issues in the System Development Cycle / System Examples and Deductions Therefrom
  25. Behavioural Issues in the System Development Cycle / Evaluation Issues
  26. Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conferencing and Journal Systems / Introduction
  27. Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conferencing and Journal Systems / Overview of Systems
  28. Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conferencing and Journal Systems / User Experience and Usage Results
  29. Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conferencing and Journal Systems / Problems and Issues of Present and Future Systems

Keynote Addresses

From Ergonomics to the Fifth Generation: 30 Years of Human-Computer Interaction Studies BIBA 3-7
  Brian R. Gaines
Designing for People in the Age of Information BIBA 9-18
  B. Shackel

User Aspects

Users in the Real World BIBA 21-26
  David Owen
Choice of Interface Modes by Empirical Groupings of Computer Users BIBA 27-32
  K. M. Potosnak
The Social Psychology of Computer Conversations BIBA 33-38
  Dianne Murray; Nigel Bevan
Minimalist Design for Active Users BIBA 39-44
  John M. Carroll
The Role of Experience in Editing BIBA 45-50
  Mary Beth Rosson
On-Line Composition of Text BIBA 51-56
  S. K. Card; J. M. Robert; L. N. Keenan

Visual and Display Characteristics

Legibility of the VDT Required for High Performance Task BIBA 59-63
  Hiroshi Tamura; Noboru Takematsu
An Investigation of Visual Discomfort amongst Clerical Workers with Specific Reference to the VDU as a Potential Causal Factor BIBA 65-73
  Howell Istance; Peter Howarth
Visual Discomfort and Cathode Ray Tube Displays BIBA 75-79
  Arnold Wilkins
Quantitative Measures of the Spatial Properties of Screen Designs BIBA 81-89
  Dennis J. Streveler; Anthony I. Wasserman
VDT Screen Resolution and Operator Performance BIBA 91-95
  Jeffrey L. Harpster; Andris Freivalds

Workstations and Workplace Issues

'Environment' Problems in Introducing Office Information Systems BIBA 99-101
  J. J. Florentin
A Universal Workstation Concept for Air Command & Control Application BIBA 103-108
  K. Camm
Human Factors Aspects of Terminals for Non-Expert Users BIBA 109-113
  W. Noe
Comprehensive Development for People in STA; Efforts and Results BIBAK 115-119
  Per Abrahamsson
The Impairment of Concentration as a Consequence of Computer Work BIBA 121-125
  Kazuo Saito; Toshiyuki Hosokawa; Kunihiko Nakai
Dialogue Handling with User Workstations BIBA 127-131
  Tom Carey

Input and Output -- Some New Approaches

New Techniques for Gesture-Based Dialogue BIBA 135-138
  Martin Lamb; Veronica Buckley
On-Line Cursive Script Recognition BIBA 139-143
  C. A. Higgins; R. Whitrow
On-Line Acquisition of Pitman's Handwritten Shorthand as a Means of Rapid Data Entry BIBA 145-150
  C. G. Leedham; A. C. Downton; C. P. Brooks; A. F. Newell
Automated Machine Shorthand Transcription in Commercial Applications BIBA 151-156
  A. C. Downton; C. P. Brooks
An Adaptive Editor for Shorthand Transcription Systems BIBA 157-161
  R. Dye; A. F. Newell; J. L. Arnott
Interactive Stereoscopic Computer Graphic Display Systems BIBA 163-168
  Neil Storey; J. Ffynlo Craine

Input Methods and Comparisons

Input Devices for Public Videotex Services BIBA 171-175
  M. Francas; D. Goodman; J. Dickinson
Comparison of Input Devices for Correction of Typing Errors in Office Systems BIBA 177-182
  R. Haller; H. Mutschler; M. Voss
A Cerebral View of Task Optimality in Japanese Text Typing BIBA 183-188
  Takeshi Okadome; Hisao Yamada; Hiroshi Watanabe; Kenji Ikeda; Masao Saito
A Comparison of Selection Techniques: Touch Panel, Mouse and Keyboard BIBA 189-193
  John Karat; James E. McDonald; Matt Anderson
The Effects of Input Medium and Task Allocation Strategy on Performance of a Human-Computer System BIBA 195-200
  Siu-Tong Lam; Joel S. Greenstein

Speech Input and Output

Speech Input as an Adjunct to Keyboard Entry in Television Subtitling BIBA 203-208
  R. I. Damper; A. D. Lambourne; D. P. Guy
The Use of Simple Speech Recognisers in Industrial Applications BIBA 209-213
  David Visick; Peter Johnson; John Long
How Should People and Computers Speak to Each Other? BIBA 215-218
  M. A. Richards; K. M. Underwood
Human Factors and Synthetic Speech BIBA 219-224
  John C. Thomas; Mary Beth Rosson; Martin Chodorow
Experiments in Speech Interaction with Conventional Data Services BIBA 225-229
  Christopher Labrador; Dinesh Pai
Speech -- The Natural Modality for Man-Machine Interaction? BIBA 231-235
  A. F. Newell

Dialogue Interaction / Analysing Interactive Dialogues

Window-Based Computer Dialogues BIBA 239-243
  S. K. Card; M. Pavel; J. E. Farrell
Generic Commands BIBA 245-249
  Jarrett K. Rosenberg; Thomas P. Moran
Transaction Processing Using Videotex or: Shopping on PRESTEL BIBA 251-255
  John Long; Paul Buckley
People Can Retrieve More Objects with Enriched Key-Word Vocabularies. But is There a Human Performance Cost? BIBA 257-261
  Louis M. Gomez; Carol C. Lochbaum
Accessing Large Data Bases: The Relationship between Data Entry Time and Output Evaluation Time BIBA 263-267
  Carla J. Springer; James F. Sorce
Constructive Interaction: A Method for Studying Human-Computer-Human Interaction BIBA 269-274
  C. E. O'Malley; S. W. Draper; M. S. Riley

Dialogue Interaction / Graphical Interaction

Saying What You Want with Words & Pictures BIBA 275-280
  Aart Bijl; Peter Szalapaj
Concept Refinement in Social Planning through the Graphical Representation of Large Data Sets BIBA 281-286
  M. Visvalingam

Dialogue Interfaces / Command Interfaces

User Representations of Ordered Sequences of Command Operations BIBA 289-293
  Phil Barnard; Allan MacLean; Nick Hammond
The Role of Prior Task Experience in Command Name Abbreviation BIBA 295-299
  Jonathan Grudin; Phil Barnard
Command Interfaces and the Hierarchy of Needs BIBA 301-309
  Julian Newman
Recall as an Indicant of Performance in Interactive Systems BIBA 311-315
  Allan MacLean; Phil Barnard; Nick Hammond

Dialogue Interfaces / Menu Interfaces

Making the Right Choices with Menus BIBA 317-321
  Gary Perlman
A Comparative Evaluation of Menu-Based Interactive Human-Computer Dialogue Techniques BIBA 323-328
  M. D. Apperley; G. E. Field
Graphical Support for Dialogue Transparency BIBA 329-333
  J. Kaster; H. Widdel

Dialogue Interfaces / Adaptive and Flexible Interfaces

MONITOR. A Self-Adaptive User Interface BIBA 335-341
  David Benyon
Adaptive Interfaces for Naive Users -- An Experimental Study BIBA 343-349
  H. S. Maskery
Use of Path Algebras in an Interactive Adaptive Dialogue System BIBA 351-354
  J. L. Alty
Personalising the Software Interface BIBA 355-361
  Roberto Sasso
The Design and Implementation of Flexible Interfaces: A Case Study of an Operational System for Assisting the Diagnosis of Cerebral Disease BIBA 363-367
  P. R. Innocent; D. Plummer; D. Teather; B. A. Morton; K. M. Wills; G. H. du Boulay

Tools to Aid Interface Design and Programming

An Attempt to Ease and Simplify the Development of Interactive Software: The Menu Support Subsystem of INTERPRO BIBA 371-374
  Dimiter Novatchev; Yuly Gabrovsky
The SYNICS2 User Interface Manager BIBA 375-378
  Ernest Edmonds; Stephen Guest
A Human-Computer Dialogue Management System BIBA 379-383
  H. Rex Hartson; Deborah H. Johnson; Roger W. Ehrich
An Improved User Interface for PROLOG BIBA 385-389
  Marc Eisenstadt; Tony Hasemer; Frank Kriwaczek
A Simple User Interface for Interactive Program Verification BIBA 391-395
  R. J. R. Back; P. Hietala
The Programmer's Torch BIBA 397-402
  T. R. G. Green; A. J. Cornah
A User Friendly Editor for the PLATO System for FAULT Troubleshooting Simulations BIBA 403-407
  Henry L. Taylor; William C. Entwistle; Charles F., Jr. Ziegler
Design Considerations of an Intelligent Teaching System for Programming Languages BIBA 409-413
  Mark Elsom-Cook
Designing and Evaluating Computer Aids in Structured Programming BIBA 415-420
  J. M. Hoc; J. Guyard; M. Quere; J. P. Jacquot
Transferring Users' Responsibilities to a System: The Information Management Computing Environment BIBA 421-426
  Robert Neches; Bob Balzer; Neil Goldman; David Wile
Computer-Supported Program Documentation Systems BIBA 427-434
  Gerhard Fischer; Matthias Schneider

Language Design and Comprehension

The Analysis and Understanding of an Operative Language BIBA 437-441
  Pierre Falzon
Transformations of Software Design and Code May Lead to Reduced Errors BIBA 443-448
  Edward M. Connelly
Flip and Luciflip: A "Tree" Programming Language and a "Tree" Editor for Introducing Novices to Structured Programming BIBA 449-454
  Alain Giboin; Alain Michard
A Cognitive Account of 'Natural' Looping Constructs BIBA 455-459
  Marc Eisenstadt; Joost Breuker; Rick Evertsz
The Comprehensibility of Programming Notations BIBA 461-464
  D. J. Gilmore; T. R. G. Green
The Nature of Expertise in UNIX BIBA 465-471
  Stephen W. Draper
Novice-Expert Differences in Software Design BIBA 473-478
  B. Adelson; D. Littman; K. Ehrlich; J. Black; E. Soloway

Knowledge Based Techniques

Application Domain Modelling by Knowledge Engineering Techniques BIBA 481-488
  Wolfgang Dzida; Wilhelm Valder
Knowledge Engineering for Expert Systems BIBA 489-493
  Mildred L. G. Shaw
Maps for Computer Wayfinding BIBA 495-498
  Ila J. Elson
Tasks, Skills and Knowledge: Task Analysis for Knowledge Based Descriptions BIBA 499-503
  Peter Johnson; Dan Diaper; John Long

Modelling Users and User Interactions

Four Stages of User Activities BIBA 507-511
  Donald A. Norman
Planning Nets: A Framework for Analyzing User-Computer Interactions BIBA 513-518
  Mary Riley; Claire O'Malley
Predicting Expert Slips BIB 519-525
  T. R. G. Green; S. J. Payne; D. J. Gilmore; M. Mepham
Task-Action Grammars BIB 527-532
  Stephen J. Payne
Representing the User's Model of an Interactive System BIBA 533-537
  Marion Wells
On the Modelling of Human-Computer Interaction as the Interface Between the User's Work Activity and the Information System BIBA 539-546
  Juhani Iivari; Erkki Koskela
An Operationalized Model for Success in the User Role BIBA 547-554
  Jouni Simila; Risto Nuutinen
A Model of the Engineering Design Process Derived from Hearsay-II BIBA 555-559
  Andy Whitefield

Design -- Approaches and Methods

Defining Information Technology Systems for Electricity Supply Distribution BIBA 563-569
  J. C. Gower; K. D. Eason
System ABC: A Case Study in the Design and Evaluation of a Human-Computer Dialog BIBA 571-575
  Catherine R. Marshall
Building a Usable Office Support System from Diverse Components BIBA 577-581
  Nancy C. Goodwin
Task and User Adequate Design of Man-Computer Interfaces in Production BIBA 583-588
  H.-J. Bullinger; K.-P. Fahnrich; C. Raether
Guidelines for User Participation in the System Development Process BIBA 589-595
  Bernard C. Glasson
Experiences on User Participation in the Development of a Conceptual Schema by Using a Concept Structure Interface BIBA 597-601
  Hannu Kangassalo; Pirjo Aalto
Formalizing Task Descriptions for Command Specification and Documentation BIBA 603-609
  Paul Smolensky; Melissa L. Monty; Eileen Conway
Developing Interactive Information Systems with the User Software Engineering Methodology BIBA 611-617
  Anthony I. Wasserman
An Approach to Information Needs Analysis BIBA 619-628
  Robert D. Galliers
Dialog Shell Design BIBA 629-634
  Brian R. Gaines; Mildred L. G. Shaw

Design -- Guidelines

The User Interface to Computer-Based Information Systems: A Survey of Current Software Design Practice BIBA 637-641
  Sidney L. Smith; Jane N. Mosier
Designing Interfaces for Different Types of Users - Experimental Criteria BIBA 643-647
  L. A. Macaulay; M. A. Norman
Human Factors Guidelines for the Design of Computer-Based Systems BIBA 649-653
  Arthur Gardner; Tom Mayfield; Martin Maguire
The "Impact Analysis Table" Applied to Human Factors Design BIBA 655-659
  Tom Gilb
Generative User-Engineering Principles for User Interface Design BIBA 661-666
  Harold Thimbleby
Empirical Guidelines and a Model for Writing Computer Documentation BIBA 667-671
  Darlene Clement

Evaluation -- Approaches and Methods

A Human Factors Evaluation of the IBM Sheffield Primary Care System BIBA 675-681
  Mike Fitter; Garry Brownbridge; Bob Garber; Guy Herzmark
Evaluation of Interactive Audiovisual Applications: Some Results and Perspectives BIBA 683-688
  Francis Kretz
It Is What It's Used For -- Job Perception and System Evaluation BIBA 689-692
  Oleg de Bachtin
Workstations Using Direct Manipulation as Interaction Mode - Aspects of Design, Application and Evaluation BIBA 693-698
  K.-P. Fahnrich; J. Ziegler
Randomly Sampled Self-Report Method for Collecting Field Data on Human-Computer Interactions BIBA 699-702
  Paul D. Tynan
User Acceptance of Information Technology Through Prototyping BIBA 703-708
  Frances Clark; Peter Drake; Marco Kapp; Peter Wong
Problems in Evaluation of Human-Computer Interfaces: A Case Study BIBA 709-713
  Liam Bannon; Claire O'Malley
Human Aspects of Office Systems - User Acceptance Research Results BIBA 715-718
  Reinhard Helmreich
A Computer-Based Tool for Evaluating Alphanumeric Displays BIBA 719-723
  Thomas S. Tullis
Evaluating the Interface of a Document Processor: A Comparison of Expert Judgement and User Observation BIBA 725-729
  N. Hammond; G. Hinton; P. Barnard; A. MacLean; J. Long; A. Whitefield
The Cognitive Regulation of Human Action as a Guideline for Evaluating the Man-Computer Dialogue BIBA 731-735
  Michael Paetau
Adapting a Psychophysical Method to Measure Performance and Preference Tradeoffs in Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 737-741
  Jonathan Grudin; Allan MacLean
The Iterative Development of Usable Computer Interfaces BIBA 743-748
  Kevin F. Bury

Learning and Training

A User-Interface for Teaching Piano Keyboard Techniques BIBA 751-758
  Martin Lamb; Veronica Buckley
Preparing Hospital Staff for the Changeover to Computerised Records BIBA 759-763
  M. J. Barber; J. W. Kempson
Providing Online Assistance to Inexperienced Computer Users BIBA 765-769
  Robert C. Williges; Jay Elkerton; James A. Pittman; Andrew M. Cohill
Learning Pascal after BASIC BIBA 771-775
  John D'Arcy
How Novices Learn to Program BIBA 777-783
  Ann Jones
Simulators which Invite Users into Learning Conversations BIBA 785-793
  Sheila Harri-Augstein; Laurie F. Thomas
The Use of a Colour Graphics Display and Touch Screen to Help Naive Users Understand and Control a Multi-Function Computer System BIBA 795-799
  D. E. Penna

Aids for the Disabled

Videotex for the Blind: Design and Evaluation of Braille and Synthetic Speech Terminals BIBA 803-808
  R. W. King; N. Cope; O. R. Omotayo
Can Deaf Children Interact with Computers? Evidence from Speech Acquisition Training BIBA 809-813
  E. Gulian; F. Fallside; P. Hinds
Prediction and Adaption in a Communication Aid for the Disabled BIBA 815-819
  J. A. Pickering; J. L. Arnott; J. G. Wolff; A. L. Swiffin

Organisation and Social Issues

Conceptual Data Modeling as an Obstacle for Organizational Decentralization BIBA 823-827
  Clas-Olof Kall
The Legitimacy of Information Systems Development -- A Need for Change Analysis BIBA 829-833
  Goran Goldkuhl; Annie Rostlinger
Microcomputer Installations in "Computer-Untouched" Environments BIB 835-838
  Laszlo Tolnai; Mihaly Csako
Training for Subjection or Participation BIBA 839-846
  Niels Bjorn-Andersen
Work Organisation Implications of Word Processing BIBA 847-853
  S. M. Pomfrett; C. W. Olphert; K. D. Eason
Implementing Computer-Based Information Systems in Organisations: Issues and Strategies BIBA 855-860
  R. Hirschheim; F. Land; S. Smithson

Behavioural Issues in the System Development Cycle / Introduction and Overview

Behavioral Issues in the System Development Cycle BIB 863-864
  John L. Bennett

Behavioural Issues in the System Development Cycle / System Examples and Deductions Therefrom

The Concept of Architecture Applied to User Interfaces in Interactive Computer Systems BIBA 865-870
  John L. Bennett
The Visi On Experience -- From Concept to Marketplace BIBA 871-875
  George H. Woodmansee
QMF Usability: How It Really Happened BIBAK 877-882
  James Boyle; William Ogden; Steven Uhlir; Patricia Wilson
Human Factors Roles in Military Systems BIBA 883-888
  John B. Shafer
Man-Machine Interface Design Process BIBA 889-894
  Gregory V. Kloster; Kristine Tischer
Operations Concept Formulation for Next Generation Air Traffic Control Systems BIBA 895-900
  Mark D. Phillips; Kristine Tischer
ZOG and the USS CARL VINSON: Lessons in System Development BIBA 901-906
  Robert M. Akscyn; Donald L. McCracken

Behavioural Issues in the System Development Cycle / Evaluation Issues

Instrumenting a Human-Computer Interface for Development and Evaluation BIBA 907-912
  Elise Yoder; Donald McCracken; Robert Akscyn
Augmenting Generic Research with Prototype Evaluation Experience in Applying Generic Research to Specific Products BIBA 913-917
  Thomas M. Gruenenfelder; William B., II Whitten

Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conferencing and Journal Systems / Introduction

Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conference and Journal Systems: Introduction to the Theme of 4 Sessions BIB 921
  B. Shackel

Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conferencing and Journal Systems / Overview of Systems

Survey of Computer-Based Message Systems BIBA 923-928
  Jacob Palme
The Computer Conferencing System KOMEX BIBA 929-930
  Uta Pankoke-Babatz
COM/PortaCOM Conference System: Design Goals and Principles BIBA 931-932
  Jacob Palme
Software Infrastructure for the BLEND "Electronic Journal" Experiment BIBA 933-936
  W. P. Dodd; T. I. Maude; D. J. Pullinger; B. Shackel

Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conferencing and Journal Systems / User Experience and Usage Results

Experience with the COM Computer Conference System BIBA 937-939
  Jacob Palme
Results from Evaluation Studies with the Computer Conferencing System KOMEX BIBA 941-944
  Uta Pankoke-Babatz
User Surveys in the BLEND-LINC 'Electronic Journal' Project BIBA 945-950
  D. J. Pullinger; B. Shackel; W. P. Dodd; T. I. Maude

Usage Issues in Electronic Mail, Conferencing and Journal Systems / Problems and Issues of Present and Future Systems

Structures for Group Working in Mailbox Systems BIBA 951-958
  Paul Wilson
An Experiment in Group Working on Mailbox Systems BIBA 959-963
  T. I. Maude; N. O. Heaton; G. N. Gilbert; P. A. Wilson; C. J. Marshall
Methodological Problems of Human Factors Research in Long-Termed CBMS Field-Trials BIBA 965-969
  Michael Pieper
Design Criteria for the Electronic Journal BIBA 971-973
  John W. Senders