Browse by Subject "Human-computer interaction"

  • Siegel, Martin A. (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    This paper will examine the design of computer/human interfaces from the perspective of two older design professions: architecture and instructional design. Insights can be drawn from these design worlds, lessons learned ...
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  • Nugent, Tim; Lueg, Christopher; Bennett, Andrew (iSchools, 2013-02)
    The Atlas Project is an interdisciplinary mobile proof of concept prototype for spatial and historical exploration of the Hunters Wharf area of Hobart, Australia. The goal of this research is to create a mobile application ...
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  • Johnson, Ralph E. (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    A computer system's user interface has a big impact on its acceptability and usefulness. There has been a lot of attention given to making software more user-friendly, but this has often generated more heat than light. ...
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  • Flider, Mark J. (2004-01)
    We evaluated four techniques for controlling focus+context screens. We compared an egocentric versus exocentric View mixed with whether the display on the focus screen moves in the same (paper mapping) versus opposite ...
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  • Bailey, Brian P.; Adamczyk, Piotr D.; Chang, Tony Y.; Chilson, Neil A. (2005-04)
    Interrupting users engaged in tasks typically has negative effects on their task completion time, error rate, and affective state. Empirical research has shown that these negative effects can be mitigated by deferring ...
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  • Smith, Linda C. (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    The title of this paper is a reminder that, although the name of the Clinic has remained the same for the past 25 years, the goals and means for the application of automation to public services have evolved. Although ...
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  • Henderson, William T.; Henderson, Kathryn Luther (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    In this presentation, the proceedings of the twenty-four preceding Clinics on Library Applications of Data Processing will be summarized to give a flavor of the issues and themes relating to technical services functions which ...
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  • Weissman, Jessica R. (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    When computers were new, nobody had fun with them except, possibly, the people who created them. The computers themselves were locked away in special rooms and not everybody had access to them. Users, even the most ...
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  • Biehl, Jacob T.; Bailey, Brian P. (2004-12)
    To work productively in an interactive workspace, users need effective interfaces to seamlessly share, annotate, and juxtapose digital information across heterogeneous devices. Building on an existing infrastructure for ...
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  • Buttfield-Addison, Paris; Lueg, Christopher; Ellis, Leonie (iSchools, 2013-02)
    This paper presents preliminary results from components of a larger research study which explores the processes and challenges of information workers conducting personal information management (PIM) within offices. Here, ...
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  • Rubin, Richard E. (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    The topic for this presentation is the Management of Library Automation as viewed through the twenty-five years of data processing clinic proceedings. In a way, it is a disconcerting topic, because it generates ambivalence: ...
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  • Crawford, Walt (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    Online catalogs have been in existence for several years now, but they are still in their infancy as compared to other aspects of library automation and librarianship. Today's best online catalogs are more powerful, ...
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  • Woodsmall, Rose Marie; Siegel, Elliot (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    This paper discusses the design, development, and evaluation of GRATEFUL MED, the National Library of Medicine's (NLM) front end software for microcomputers that was developed to assist physicians and other health ...
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  • Kou, Yubo; Nardi, Bonnie (iSchools, 2013-02)
    Anti-social behavior, such as flaming in newsgroups and forums, is pervasive and problematic in many online venues. Such behavior breaks established norms and unsettles the well-being and development of online communities. ...
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  • Cook, Damon J.; Metcalf, Heather E.; Bailey, Brian P. (2005-04)
    Computer tools offer enormous benefits for the early design process such as remote collaboration, advanced visualiza- tion, and the ability to run a design. However, current tools fail to support many elements of creative ...
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  • Flider, Mark J. (2004-01)
    Designers need a larger electronic workspace effective for sketching. To provide such a workspace, we have developed a focus+context screens system which tethers a smaller 'focus' screen to a larger 'context' screen. For ...
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  • Edmonds, M. Leslie (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    For most librarians and information scientists, the ability of children to access library material or, indeed, information in general is an abstraction. It is seen as an issue of intellectual freedom, something "they" should ...
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  • Penniman, W. David (Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1988)
    Lord Kelvin once said, "When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; but when you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meagre and unsatisfactory ...
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  • Adamczyk, Piotr D.; Busbey, Christopher W.; Bailey, Brian P. (2005-04)
    The use of continuous, physiological measures such as pupil size is becoming increasingly important in user interface design, attention management, and affective computing. While this data is best explored in context of ...
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  • Iqbal, Shamsi T.; Adamczyk, Piotr D.; Zheng, Xianjun S.; Bailey, Brian P. (2004-04)
    To contribute to systems that reason about human attention, our work empirically demonstrates how a user's mental workload changes during task execution. We conducted a study where users performed an interactive hierarchical ...
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