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The HCI Bibliography is a free-access online bibliographic database on Human-Computer Interaction. The basic goal of the project is to put an electronic bibliography for most of HCI on the screens of all researchers, developers, educators and students in the field through anonymous ftp access,...
We have developed a multiple-switch-activated device with speech output for use by infants with severe speech and physical impairments. It is hoped that using this device for early intervention will provide these infants with a means of environmental control and communication with parents.
The HCI Survey of Educational Programs is now available to colleges, faculty, and students. The survey, developed jointly by Gary Perlman and Jean Gasen, contains information about degree and non-degree programs, faculty, and courses on Human-Computer Interaction. The primary goal of the survey...
US WEST Advanced Technologies conducted an experiment using the "Wizard-of-Oz" paradigm. We compared a simulated speech recognition interface ("wizard") for a basic voice mail application to functionally similar touch-tone and operator assisted versions. This poster abstract highlights the...
A tool for building Fitts' law models is described. MODEL BUILDER runs on the Apple Macintosh using any device which connects to the Apple Desktop Bus. After 16 blocks of trials taking about 4--5 minutes, the program provides an immediate (albeit tentative) statistical analysis, showing the...
User-centered design (UCD) of human-computer interfaces--including task flow and documentation---is gaining acceptance in software development organizations. But managers who want their organizations to start using UCD often do not know what characteristics to look for, in candidates for hiring...
I have received a number of requests for more information about IFIP activities that might be related to the interests of the HCI community. To help present a picture of some of what is going on within IFIP, I asked Gordon Davis from the University of Minnesota to provide me with a brief...
A componential model of graphical interaction was developed based on analyses of humans interacting with graphical displays. The model, known as the Mixed Arithmetic--Perceptual (MA-P) model, proposes that five component processes underlie graphical interactions: Searching, Encoding, Arithmetic...
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...
Beginning with this column, I will periodically depart from my usual summary of ISO and ANSI committee activities to present more in-depth information about an individual user interface standard. This change in emphasis reflects the fact that many standards have reached, or are about to reach, a...
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