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The design of a dictionary is a more complicated problem than it may appear. There are many basic decisions about the ordering of words and the kinds of information under each entry. Dictionaries need not be in alphabetical order, and, when different alphabets are used, the question of order...
Sacrificing individual rights in the hopes of benefitting the public good is a tempting but often misguided pursuit. I believe that protecting individual rights (civil, voting, privacy, intellectual property, etc.) is usually the best way to benefit and advance the public good.
The software copyright look and feel lawsuits have created a climate of uncertainty in the user interface design field 3, 4. Although individuals may have opinions about how these lawsuits should be decided, it is difficult for them to know how representative their views are. This column will...
This report summarizes the work of the methodology subgroup from the "Taking Design Seriously" workshop held during the 1990 ACM SIGCHI Conference at Seattle, Washington. Due to the relatively short duration of the workshop, significant breakthroughs and discoveries were not anticipated; rather,...
Design of human-computer interfaces is typically carried out by groups of designers rather than by isolated individuals. In this report, we characterize those groups and their contexts, examine the problems that such groups encounter, and evaluate the extent to which current HCI techniques...
The conference was sponsored by CPSR (Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility) and its Workplace Project in Palo Alto and held at the University of Washington in Seattle, March 31 and April 1, 1990. Almost 200 people attended the six invited talks, a panel and ten workshops. It was the...
The following abstracts were selected from a computer search using the BRS Information Technologies retrieval services of the Dissertation Abstracts International (DAI) database produced by University Microfilms International.Unless otherwise specified, paper or microform copies of dissertations...
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