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Proceedings of IFIP INTERACT'87: Human-Computer Interaction 1987-09-01

Fullname:Proceedings of IFIP INTERACT'87: Human-Computer Interaction
Editors:Hans-Jorg Bullinger; Brian Shackel
Location:Stuttgart, W. Germany
Dates:1987-Sep-01 to 1987-Sep-04
Publisher:North-Holland
Standard No:ISBN 0-444-70304-7; hcibib: INT87
Papers:166
Pages:1138
  1. Invited Lectures
  2. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.1 Usability Issues
  3. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.2 Psychological Issues
  4. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.3 Cognitive Factors
  5. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.4 Professionals Workplace
  6. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.5 Interface Complexity
  7. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.6 Specialized Editors
  8. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.7 User Characteristics
  9. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.8 Intelligent User Support
  10. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.9 Knowledge Representation
  11. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.10 User Models
  12. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.11 Cognitive Modelling
  13. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.12 Programming Tools and Environments I
  14. 1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.13 Programming Tools and Environments II
  15. 2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.1 Design and Evaluation Methods
  16. 2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.2 Performance Assessment
  17. 2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.3 Goals and Guidelines for Design
  18. 2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.4 Interface Specification Techniques
  19. 2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.5 Dialogue Design and Evaluation
  20. 2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.6 Participative Design
  21. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.1 Human-Computer Interface Design
  22. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.2 Interface Design of Application Programmes
  23. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.3 Natural Language Dialogues
  24. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.4 Evaluation of Input Devices
  25. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.5 Pictorial Information Presentation
  26. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.6 Graphics in Human-Computer Interaction
  27. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.7 Learning and Training
  28. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.8 Graphical Workstations
  29. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.9 User Differentials
  30. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.10 Techniques of Dialogue Design
  31. 3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.11 Display Systems
  32. 4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.1 Impact of Computers on Human Behavior
  33. 4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.2 Organizational Issues of Computer Use
  34. 4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.3 Novice Training and Learning
  35. 4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.4 User Needs
  36. 4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.5 Cognitive Aspects of Information Retrieval
  37. 4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.6 User's Language
  38. 5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.1 From the User's Point of View
  39. 5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.2 From the Designer's Point of View
  40. 5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.3 Advances in Design Techniques
  41. 5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.4 Advances in Rapid Prototyping
  42. 5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.5 Advances in Knowledge Based Systems
  43. 5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.6 Novel Application Systems

Invited Lectures

Cognitive Engineering BIBA xxv-xxx
  Jens Rasmussen
On Human Parsing BIBA xxxi-xxxiv
  Friedhart Klix
How to Design Usable Systems BIBA xxxv-xli
  John D. Gould

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.1 Usability Issues

Objectives for the Humanization of Software - A New and Extensive Approach BIBA 5-10
  Helmut Balzert
The Presentation of Human Factors to Designers of I.T. Products BIBA 11-16
  Margaret Galer; A. J. Russell
The Dialectic of Usability Engineering BIB 17-20
  John Whiteside; Dennis Wixon
Developing a User Interface Technology for Use in Industry BIBA 21-26
  John L. Bennett; Douglas J. Lorch; David E. Kieras; Peter G. Polson

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.2 Psychological Issues

Mastering the Complexity of Dialogue Systems by the aid of Work Contexts BIBA 29-33
  Wolfgang Dzida; Claus Hoffmann; Wilhelm Valder
Do Users Know They Have User Models? Some Experiences in the Practice of User Modelling BIBA 35-41
  A. G. Sutcliffe; A. C. Old
Does Computer Interest Induce Mechanical Thinking? BIBA 43-47
  Yvonne Wærn

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.3 Cognitive Factors

The Use of Thinking-Out-Loud and Protocol Analysis in Development of a Process Model of Interactive Database Searching BIBA 51-56
  Thomas T. Hewett; Sari Scott
Models in Human Computer Interaction: A Classification with Special Reference to Their Uses in Design BIBA 57-63
  Andy Whitefield
Parsing and gnisrap: A Model of Device Use BIBA 65-70
  T. R. G. Green; R. K. E. Bellamy; J. M. Parker
An Empirical Validation of Cognitive Complexity Theory BIB 71-75
  P. H. Vossen; S. Sitter; J. E. Ziegler

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.4 Professionals Workplace

The Human Interface to Computerised Banking Services BIBA 79-84
  Dermot Scallon
Statistical Software and the User Interface BIBA 85-88
  Michael E. Dewey; Ann G. Harding
Integration at a Work Place for Statistical Consulting BIBA 89-92
  G. Dirlich; H. Federkiel; E. Hansert; A. Yassouridis
Data-Base Organization and Cognitive Structure: Using Information Systems Organized by Oneself and by Others BIBA 93-98
  Frank Henry Piekara; Gerhard Strube

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.5 Interface Complexity

Designing a Human Interface by Minimising Cognitive Complexity BIBA 101-108
  Ian A. Clark
A Quantitative Measure for the Complexity of Man-Machine Interaction Process BIBA 109-116
  Klaus Kornwachs

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.6 Specialized Editors

A Syntax-Directed Graphics Editor BIBA 119-124
  Eric Inman
STRUEDI: A Lisp-Structure Editor for Novice Programmers BIBA 125-129
  Axel Kohne; Gerhard Weber
User Modeling for Syntax-Directed Editors BIBA 131-134
  Lisa Rubin Neal
GEGS - A System for Generating Graphical Editors BIBA 135-141
  Gerd Szwillus

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.7 User Characteristics

Individual Differences in Human-Computer-Interaction: How Can We Measure if the Dialog Grammar Fits the User's Needs? BIBA 145-149
  Thomas Greutmann; David Ackermann
User Knowledge Evaluation: An Experiment with UNIX BIBA 151-156
  Michel C. Desmarais; Michael Pavel
A Psychological View of "User-Friendliness" BIBA 157-163
  Andrew Dillon
Cognitive and Social Models of the User BIBA 165-169
  G. Nigel Gilbert

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.8 Intelligent User Support

Information and Consultation Systems - A New Dimension of User Support BIBA 173-178
  Helmut Balzert; Rainer Lutze
Operating Systems Support for Flexible Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 179-183
  P. Brossler; K. Faszl; B. Freisleben
The Diagnosis of User Strategies BIBA 185-189
  Michel C. Desmarais; Serge Larochelle; Luc Giroux
Do People Really Use On-Line Assistance? BIBA 191-194
  Thomas Moll; Roland Sauter

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.9 Knowledge Representation

A Framework of Developing Semantic Models of User Performance BIBA 197-202
  Herbert Hagendorf
Complexity Problem Spaces: Modelling the Knowledge Needed to Use Interactive Devices BIBA 203-208
  Stephen J. Payne
The Analysis of Knowledge Representation of Nuclear Power Plant Control Room Operators BIBA 209-214
  Pierre Alengry
Representation of Domain Knowledge in an Intelligent Help System BIBA 215-220
  Christel Kemke

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.10 User Models

The Space-Concept and the Control of Space BIBA 223-227
  Hans Kohler
Embedded User Models BIBA 229-235
  Dianne M. Murray
The Role of Task Characterisation in Transferring Models of Users: The Example of Engineering Design BIBA 237-243
  Clive Warren; Andy Whitefield
System Adaptivity and the Modelling of Stereotypes BIBA 245-253
  David Benyon; Peter Innocent; Dianne Murray

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.11 Cognitive Modelling

Analysis of Cognitive Activities in Process Control for the Design of Computer Aids. An Example: The Control of a Blast Furnace BIBA 257-262
  Jean-Michel Hoc
CATOOL: A Computer-Based Tool for Investigations of Categorical Information in Mental Models BIBA 263-267
  Svend Erik Olsen
Mental Model and Procedural Elements Approaches as Guidelines for Designing Word Processing Instructions BIBA 269-274
  Franz Schmalhofer
Analysis-Based Learning in Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 275-280
  Clayton Lewis; Stephen Casner; Victor Schoenberg; Mitchell Blake

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.12 Programming Tools and Environments I

A (Formal) Model for (Iconic) Programming Environments BIBA 283-290
  Ephraim P. Glinert; Jakob Gonczarowski
APT: A Principled Design of an Animated View of Program Execution for Novice Programmers BIBA 291-296
  Tim Rajan
Discourse Rules in Program Comprehension: Emergence of a Construct Affordances Rule? BIBA 297-302
  Laura Marie Leventhal

1. Human Factors in System Development: 1.13 Programming Tools and Environments II

The UNIVERSE Program Development Environment BIBA 305-309
  Jeff Parker; Bob Hendley
The User Interface of PSG Programming Environments BIBA 311-315
  Rolf Bahlke; Manfred Hunkel
Graphics and Learning: A Study of Learner Characteristics and Comprehension of Programming Languages BIBA 317-322
  Nancy Cunniff; Robert P. Taylor

2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.1 Design and Evaluation Methods

Multi-Service-Terminals -- Human Factors Studies with an Experimental Prototype BIBA 327-332
  Angela Prussog; Werner Blohm
Good Software Design: What does it Mean? BIBA 333-335
  Ernest Edmonds
Usability Evaluation and Feedback to Designers -- An Experimental Study BIBA 337-340
  F. Novara; N. Bertaggia; N. Allamanno; S. Fox; W. Olphert
A User Centred Approach to the Design of a Knowledge Based System BIB 341-346
  K. D. Eason; S. D. P. Harker; P. F. Raven; J. R. Brailsford; A. D. Cross

2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.2 Performance Assessment

Methods for the Ergonomical Evaluation of Alphanumeric Computer-Generated Displays BIBA 349-353
  W. Graf; P. Elsinger; H. Krueger
Cognitive Efficiency During High Work Load in Final System Testing of a Large Computer System BIBA 355-360
  Anita Rissler; Lena Jacobsson
"Generics" in Human Decision Making BIBA 361-365
  Sebastiano Bagnara; Antonio Rizzo; Franca Stablum; Michele Visciola
Methodologies Employed in the Psychological Evaluation of H.C.I. BIBA 367-373
  Marian Sweeney; Andrew Dillon

2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.3 Goals and Guidelines for Design

Giving Control Back to the User BIBA 377-382
  Alan Dix
Cognitive Processes in Software Design: Activities in Early, Upstream Design BIBA 383-388
  Raymonde Guindon; Herb Krasner; Bill Curtis
Conceptual Consistency in the User Interface: Effects on User Performance BIBA 389-394
  Wendy A. Kellogg
Top-Down Interactive Systems Design: Some Lessons Learnt from Using Command Language Grammar BIBA 395-399
  B. D. Sharratt

2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.4 Interface Specification Techniques

Modular Specification Methods for User Interfaces BIBA 403-408
  T. T. Carey; C. H. Graham
Formalising Models of Interaction in the Design of a Display Editor BIBA 409-414
  A. J. Dix; M. D. Harrison
Toward a Structured Approach to Specifying User Interface Design BIBA 415-421
  J. Preece; M. Woodman; D. C. Ince; R. Griffiths; G. Davies
Specifying the Interface Logic BIBA 423-428
  P. Jeremaes

2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.5 Dialogue Design and Evaluation

PAC, an Object-Oriented Model for Dialog Design BIBA 431-436
  Joelle Coutaz
WindowNet -- A Formal Notation for Window-Based User Interfaces BIBA 437-442
  Matthias Grochtmann
Design Process and Operator Tasks During Automation of a Sugar Factory BIBA 443-452
  Alfred A. F. Brouwers; Frank D. Pot
A Taxonomy of Evaluation Techniques for HCI BIBA 453-459
  Steve Howard; Dianne M. Murray
The Design and Evaluation of Online Help for UNIX Emacs: Access Mechanisms BIBA 461-466
  James E. Palmer; Thomas M. Duffy; Kathleen Gomoll; Thomas Gomoll; Jessica Palmquist-Richards; John A. Trumble

2. Design and Evaluation Methods: 2.6 Participative Design

The Use of Participative Exercises in Human Factors for Education and Design BIBA 469-472
  D. F. Poulson; C. A. Johnson; J. Moulding
The Social Impact of User Models BIBA 473-478
  John M. Pratt
Evolutionary Prototyping and the Human-Computer Interface BIBA 479-484
  S. Hekmatpour; D. C. Ince

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.1 Human-Computer Interface Design

Evaluating User Interface Complexity BIBA 489-495
  John Karat; Richard Fowler; Mary Gravelle
Are 'Programming Plans' Psychologically Real -- Outside Pascal? BIBA 497-503
  D. J. Gilmore; T. R. G. Green
Workshop Programming of Numerical Controls BIB 505-511
  G. Pritschow; R. Viefhaus
Which Task in Which Representation on What Kind of Interface BIBA 513-518
  Monika Gerstendorfer; Gabriele Rohr

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.2 Interface Design of Application Programmes

Report Generation Using a Visual Programming Interface BIBA 521-528
  Tim Dudley
An Object Oriented Extension Language for Integrating Disparate Applications BIBA 529-533
  Kee Hinckley
Human Computer Interaction -- A Framework for Analysis BIBA 535-540
  J. Kirakowski; J. Good
Designing a User-Oriented Interface to a Document Management System BIBA 541-546
  A. Lesniewski; H. Rossler; P. Szabo; K.-H. Jerke

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.3 Natural Language Dialogues

The Man-Machine Interface: The Natural Language Barrier BIBA 549-554
  J. E. Grace
The Natural Language Metaphor: An Approach to Avoid Misleading Expectations BIBA 555-560
  Andreas Kohl; Walter Rupietta
What Do Users Say to their Natural Language Interface? BIBA 561-566
  William C. Ogden; Ann Sorknes
Language Acquisition by Example in a Natural Language Consultation System BIBA 567-570
  Thomas Knopik

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.4 Evaluation of Input Devices

The Effects of Various Types of Speech Output on Listener Comprehension Rates BIBA 573-579
  T. Moody; M. Joost; R. Rodman
Optimal Size and Spacing of Touch Screen Input Areas BIBA 581-585
  Russell A. Benel; Brian C. Stanton
Which Input Device Should be Used with Interactive Video? BIBA 587-592
  Cathy Thomas; Steve Milan
Gestures as a Means for the Blind to Interact with a Computer BIBA 593-595
  Gerhard Weber

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.5 Pictorial Information Presentation

An Investigation into Business Information Presentation at Human-Computer Interfaces BIBA 599-604
  Paul Booth; Chris Fowler; Linda Macaulay
Pictorial Communication with Computers BIBA 605-609
  Philip Barker; Mohsen Najah; Karim Manji
The Use of Structural Displays to Facilitate Learning BIBA 611-616
  L. Fitzgibbon; J. Patrick
Optimal Organizations Guided by Cognitive Networks and Verified by Eyemovement Analyses BIBA 617-622
  Kenneth R. Paap; Ronald W. Noel; James E. McDonald; Renate J. Roske-Hofstrand

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.6 Graphics in Human-Computer Interaction

Attraction and Distraction by Text Colours on Displays BIBA 625-630
  F. L. van Nes; J. F. Juola; R. J. A. M. Moonen
Graphical Tools for Description of Dynamic Models -- Problems and Prospects BIBA 631-636
  Mikael Kindborg; Anita Kollerbaur
User Interfaces to a Medical Archiving and Communication System BIBA 637-642
  Manfred Ludtke; Ivar Nackunstz
An Abstract Model for Interactive Pictures BIBA 643-647
  Vincent Quint; Irene Vatton

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.7 Learning and Training

Learning a Computer System by Unassisted Exploration BIBAK 651-656
  Jean-Marc Robert
How to Use Plan Recognition to Improve the Abilities of the Intelligent Help System SINIX Consultant BIBA 657-662
  Matthias Hecking
Designing Systems for Training and Decision Aids: Cognitive Task Analysis as a Prerequisite BIBA 663-668
  Renan Samurcay; Janine Rogalski
Trend Presentation on VDT as a Decision Aid to Operators BIBA 669-674
  Ted N. White; Pedro van der Meijden

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.8 Graphical Workstations

An Interactive 3D-Graphics User Interface for Engineering Design BIBA 677-682
  Andreas Brunn; Klaus Lay; Uwe Rettich
A Framework for Comparing Systems with Visual Interfaces BIBA 683-688
  Ted Selker; Cathy Wolf; Larry Koved
Linking Multiple Program Views Using a Visual Cache BIBA 689-694
  Charles Wiecha; Max Henrion
A Structural Model for Hierarchically Describing Human-Computer Dialogue BIBA 695-700
  Deborah Hix; H. Rex Hartson

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.9 User Differentials

Multi-Level User Interfaces: Software Tools and an Application BIBA 703-708
  J. Kraak
Gender and Cognitive Style Differences at the Human-Computer Interface BIBA 709-714
  C. J. H. Fowler; D. Murray
Levels of Adaptivity in Interface Design BIBA 715-722
  P. A. Totterdell; M. A. Norman; D. P. Browne
Adaptability and Tailorability in NoteCards BIBA 723-728
  Randall H. Trigg; Thomas P. Moran; Frank G. Halasz

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.10 Techniques of Dialogue Design

Structured Command Interaction Based on a Grammar Interpreting Synthesizer BIBAK 731-737
  Sten Minor
Executable Specifications as an Aid to Dialogue Design BIBA 739-744
  Heather Alexander
Dialogue Issues for Interactive Recovery -- An Object-Oriented Framework BIBA 745-750
  Martin Rathke
IMAGES -- An Object Oriented UIMS BIBA 751-756
  Luis Pinto Simoes; Jose Alves Marques

3. Human-Computer Interface Design: 3.11 Display Systems

An Approach Towards a Truly High-Level and Integrated User-Computer Interface BIBA 759-764
  Dietrich W. Paul; Hans R. Wiehle
Human Factors Research in Remote Display Systems BIBA 765-770
  Denise C. R. Benel; Walter T. Talley; John D. Addington
Viewing Geometry of Single or Multiple Screen Displays with Planar or Curved Surface BIBA 771-776
  Georg Geiser
Some Theses on Undo/Redo Commands BIBA 777-781
  Klemens Waldhor

4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.1 Impact of Computers on Human Behavior

Technology Assessment Concerning Impacts of Information Systems BIBA 787-792
  Hans-J. Bullinger; Klaus Kornwachs
Getting the Baby into the Bathwater: Putting Organizational Planning into the Systems Design Process BIBA 793-797
  Susan M. Dray
Factory Workers and the Language Barrier - Making Computers a Tool Rather than a Nuisance BIBA 799-803
  H. Weule; L. Loffler; Th. Selinger
Social Evaluation of the User Interface: Who Does the Work and Who Gets the Benefit? BIBA 805-811
  Jonathan Grudin

4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.2 Organizational Issues of Computer Use

New Technology and Job Satisfaction -- A Case Study of Travel Agents BIBA 815-820
  Howard Kahn
Comparative Factors in User Acceptance of Office Automation BIBA 821-825
  Joan M. Straub; John R. Straub
Research on the Use of Computer Based Message Systems in Organizations -- The Swedish IDAK-Project BIBA 827-832
  Hans Kohler
Automated Monitoring, Feedback, and Rewards: Effects on Workstation Operators' Performance, Satisfaction, and Stress BIBA 833-837
  Delbert M. Nebeker

4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.3 Novice Training and Learning

From Novice to Expert User: A Transfer of Learning Experiment on Different Interaction Modes BIBA 841-846
  Norbert A. Streitz; Will A. C. Spijkers; Lidewij L. van Duren
The Trouble with UNIX: Initial Learning and Experts' Strategies BIBA 847-854
  Anker Helms Jorgensen
Impact of Feedback Content in Initial Learning of an Office System BIBA 855-859
  Jean McKendree; John M. Carroll
Conceptual Models in Training Novice Users BIBAK 861-867
  Maung K. Sein; Robert P. Bostrom; Lorne Olfman

4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.4 User Needs

Customizing Help Systems to Task Structures and User Needs BIBA 871-878
  Rainer Lutze
Computerizing Data Presentation and Analysis BIBA 879-884
  M. Corbett; J. Kirakowski
The Role of the System Image in Intelligent User Assistance BIBA 885-890
  James R. Miller; William C. Hill; Jean McKendree; Michael E. J. Masson; Brad Blumenthal; Loren Terveen; Jay Zaback
Transfer of Learning in the Real World BIBA 891-896
  Mary Beth Rosson; Nancy L. Grischkowsky

4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.5 Cognitive Aspects of Information Retrieval

Software for Reading Text on Screen BIB 899-904
  D. J. Pullinger; T. I. Maude; J. Parker
A Humanised Interface to an Electronic Library BIBA 905-910
  I. D. Benest; G. Morgan; M. D. Smithurst
Comparing Words and Icons as Cue Enrichers in an Information Retrieval Task BIBA 911-916
  M. W. Lansdale; M. Simpson; T. R. M. Stroud
Advanced Organizers in Computer Instruction Manuals: Are They Effective? BIBA 917-921
  Barbee T. Mynatt; Katherine N. Macfarlane

4. Impact of Computers on Human Behavior: 4.6 User's Language

Digressional vs. Semantic Subordination: On the Role of Menu Structure for Users' Understanding of a Human-Computer Dialogue BIBA 925-929
  Kerstin S. Eklundh
Who's the Boss: Talking to Your Computer in the AI Age BIBA 931-936
  Kenneth H. Abrams
A Summary of Experimental Research on Command-Selection Aids BIBA 937-942
  Jay Elkerton; Robert C. Williges
Developing Exploratory Strategies in Training: The General Approach and a Specific Example for Manual Use BIBA 943-948
  Rigas Wendel; Michael Frese

5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.1 From the User's Point of View

GIOTTO, An Intelligent User-Assistance BIBA 953-957
  Grazia Butera; Francesco Pastore
Catalogues: A Metaphor for Computer Application Delivery BIBA 959-964
  Stuart K. Card; D. Austin, Jr. Henderson
Volunteering Information -- Enhancing the Communication Capabilities of Knowledge-Based Systems BIBA 965-971
  Gerhard Fischer; Curt Stevens
TaskMapper BIBA 973-978
  John M. Carroll; Richard E. Herder; Don, III Sawtelle

5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.2 From the Designer's Point of View

Application Modelling for the Provision of an Adaptive User Interface: A Knowledge Based Approach BIBA 981-987
  E. Adhami; D. P. Browne; S. K. Mitra
A Formal Design Methodology for End-User Interfaces -- A Small Case Study Based on UNICON BIBA 989-995
  H. E. Bez; D. J. Cooke
Computer Aided Ergonomics Design -- A Program for Suitable Control Locations BIBA 997-999
  Markku Mattila; Markku Leppanen
Algorithms to Transform the Formal Specification of a User-Computer Interface BIB 1001-1006
  James D. Foley; Won Chul Kim; Christina A. Gibbs
The Role of the Dialogue System in a User Interface Management System BIBA 1007-1012
  J. L. Alty; J. Mullin

5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.3 Advances in Design Techniques

A Requirements Specification for Next-Generation CAD Systems BIBA 1015-1020
  Phil John
Human Factors in Computer Vision Systems: Design of an Interactive User Interface BIBA 1021-1026
  Volker Haarslev
The Basis for User-Oriented, Context Sensitive Functions BIB 1027-1032
  James A., Jr. Carter; Michael Schweighardt
A New Model for Separable Interactive Systems BIBA 1033-1038
  Gilbert Cockton

5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.4 Advances in Rapid Prototyping

A Blackboard Architecture for the Realization of Software-Ergonomic Demands BIBA 1041-1046
  Helmut Balzert
Constructive Formal Specifications for Rapid Prototyping BIBA 1047-1052
  Rainer Gimnich; Jurgen Ebert
Rapid Prototyping of Man-Machine Interfaces for Telecommunications Equipment Using Interactive Animated Computer Graphics BIBA 1053-1058
  D. T. Henskes; J. C. Tolmie
Evaluation of Rapid Prototyping Methodology in a Human Interface BIBA 1059-1063
  J. R. Harris; D. W. Parker

5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.5 Advances in Knowledge Based Systems

Design and Implementation of Direct Manipulative and Deictic User Interfaces to Knowledge Based Systems BIBA 1067-1073
  K. H. Hanne; A. Grable
X-AiD: An Adaptive and Knowledge-Based Human-Computer Interface BIBA 1075-1080
  Christoph G. Thomas; Gert M. Kellermann; Hans-Werner Hein
Metrics for the Building, Evaluation and Comprehension of Self-Regulating Adaptive Systems BIBA 1081-1087
  Dermot P. Browne; Robert Trevellyan; Peter Totterdell; Mike Norman
The Graphical Representation of Knowledge as an Interface to Knowledge Based Systems BIBA 1089-1093
  Ray McAleese

5. Forefront Systems and Techniques: 5.6 Novel Application Systems

Computer Aided Architectural Design Work BIBA 1097-1100
  Lars Kjelldahl; Jerker Lundequist
Research on Model Based Document Processing System DARWIN BIBA 1101-1106
  Miwako Doi; Mika Fukui; Isamu Iwai
How Do We Distinguish the Hyper from the Hype in Non-Linear Text? BIBA 1107-1113
  William P. Jones