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Interacting with Computers 11

Editors:Dan Diaper; Dianne Murray
Publisher:Elsevier Science
Standard No:ISSN 0953-5438
Links:Table of Contents
  1. IWC 1998 Volume 11 Issue 1
  2. IWC 1998 Volume 11 Issue 2
  3. IWC 1999 Volume 11 Issue 3
  4. IWC 1999 Volume 11 Issue 4
  5. IWC 1999 Volume 11 Issue 5
  6. IWC 1999 Volume 11 Issue 6

IWC 1998 Volume 11 Issue 1

Introduction to the Special Issue on Temporal Aspects of Usability BIB 1-7
  Alan Dix; John Fabre; Steve Howard

Temporal Aspects of Usability

Interaction in the Large BIBAK 9-32
  Alan Dix; Devina Ramduny; Julie Wilkinson
Designing a Real-Time Telepathology Workstation to Mitigate Communication Delays BIBAK 33-52
  David Carr; Catherine Plaisant; Hiroaki Hasegawa
Representing the Impact of Time on Human Error and Systems Failure BIBAK 53-86
  Chris Johnson
Temporal Aspects of Interaction in Shared Virtual Worlds BIBAK 87-105
  David England; Philip Gray

IWC 1998 Volume 11 Issue 2

Integrating Natural Language Generation and Hypertext to Produce Dynamic Documents BIBAK 109-135
  Robert Dale; Jon Oberlander; Maria Milosavljevic; Alistair Knott
The Attribute Explorer: Information Synthesis via Exploration BIBAK 137-146
  Robert Spence; Lisa Tweedie
The Effect of Interaction Style and Training Method on End User Learning of Software Packages BIBAK 147-172
  Sid Davis; Susan Wiedenbeck
The HOMER UIMS for Dual User Interface Development: Fusing Visual and Non-Visual Interactions BIBAK 173-209
  Anthony Savidis; Constantine Stephanidis
The Design of Sonically-Enhanced Widgets BIBAK 211-235
  Stephen Brewster

IWC 1999 Volume 11 Issue 3

Wanted: Psychologically Relevant, Device- and Event-Independent Work Analysis Techniques BIBAK 237-254
  Kim J. Vicente
A Comparison of the Comprehension of Object-Oriented and Procedural Programs by Novice Programmers BIBAK 255-282
  Susan Wiedenbeck; Vennila Ramalingam; Suseela Sarasamma; Cynthia L. Corritore
A Performance Comparison of Two Handwriting Recognizers BIBAK 283-297
  I. Scott MacKenzie; Larry Chang
The Ergonomic Criteria and the ISO/DIS 9241-10 Dialogue Principles: A Pilot Comparison in an Evaluation Task BIBAK 299-322
  J. M. C. Bastien; D. L. Scapin; C. Leulier
Managing the Use of Style Guides in an Organisational Setting: Practical Lessons in Ensuring UI Consistency BIBAK 323-351
  Nichole Simpson

IWC 1999 Volume 11 Issue 4

Supporting the Group Creation of Formal and Informal Graphics During Business Process Modeling BIBAK 355-373
  Mark Pendergast; Kregg Aytes; James D. Lee

Editorial: Virtual Reality and User's Issues

Virtual Reality: An Overview of User-Related Design Issues BIBAK 375-386
  Stella Mills; Jan Noyes

Virtual Reality and User's Issues

CLIMATE: A Framework for Developing Holistic Requirements Analysis in Virtual Environments BIBAK 387-402
  T. Conkar; J. M. Noyes; C. Kimble
Interacting with Virtual Environments: An Evaluation of a Model of Interaction BIBAK 403-426
  Kulwinder Kaur; Neil Maiden; Alistair Sutcliffe
Physicians in Virtual Environments Multimodal Human-Computer Interaction BIBAK 427-452
  Christian Krapichler; Michael Haubner; Andreas Losch; Dietrich Schuhmann; Marcus Seemann; Karl-Hans Englmeier
Learning through Virtual Reality: A Preliminary Investigation BIBAK 453-462
  Stella Mills; Maria Madalena T. de Araujo

IWC 1999 Volume 11 Issue 5

Usability and Educational Software Design BIB 463-466
  David Squires

Usability and Educational Software Design

Predicting Quality in Educational Software: Evaluating For Learning, Usability and the Synergy between Them BIBAK 467-483
  David Squires; Jenny Preece
Learning Technology and Usability: A Framework for Understanding Courseware BIBAK 485-497
  J. T. Mayes; C. J. Fowler
Contexts for Evaluating Educational Software BIBAK 499-516
  A. Jones; E. Scanlon; C. Tosunoglu; E. Morris; S. Ross; P. Butcher; J. Greenberg

Editorial: Human Error and Systems Development

Why Human Error Modeling has Failed to Help Systems Development BIBAK 517-524
  Chris Johnson

Human Error and Systems Development

A Case Study of a Human Error in a Dynamic Environment BIBAK 525-543
  Marie-odile Bes
Automatic Reasoning and Help about Human Errors in Using an Operating System BIBAK 545-573
  Maria Virvou
Toward a Model of Unreliability to Study Error Prevention Supports BIBAK 575-595
  F. Vanderhaegen

IWC 1999 Volume 11 Issue 6

Human Error and Systems Development

A Study of Incidents Involving Programmable Electronic Safety-Related systems BIBAK 597-609
  C. Chambers; P. R. Croll; M. Bowell
A Classification and Analysis of Erroneous Actions in Computer Supported Co-Operative Work Environment BIBAK 611-622
  David Trepess; Tony Stockman
Work Process Analysis: A Necessary Step in the Development of Decision Support Systems. An Aviation Safety Case Study BIBAK 623-643
  H. W. Allen; M. L. Abate
A Co-Operative Scenario Based Approach to Acquisition and Validation of System Requirements: How Exceptions Can Help! BIBAK 645-664
  Neil Maiden; Shailey Minocha; Alistair Sutcliffe; Darrel Manuel; Michele Ryan
Human Factors in Requirements Engineering: A Survey of Human Sciences Literature Relevant to the Improvement of Dependable Systems Development Processes BIBAK 665-698
  Stephen Viller; John Bowers; Tom Rodden
Human Error and Information Systems Failure: The Case of the London Ambulance Service Computer-Aided Despatch System Project BIBAK 699-720
  Paul Beynon-Davies