Bookmark: E.Huang.2014
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Human Centric Visualization
Editor: Huang, Weidong
Date: 2014
Number of Chapters: 29
Pages: 743
Publisher: Springer New York
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-7485-2
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4614-7484-5 (print), 978-1-4614-7485-2 (online)
Weblink: Online Access
Contents:
== PART I: VISUAL COMMUNICATION ==
Visualizing Thought (3-40)
	+ Tversky, Barbara
Gryphon: A 'Little' Domain-Specific Programming Language for Diffusion MRI Visualizations (41-61)
	+ Chen, Jian
	+ Cai, Haipeng
	+ Auchus, Alexander P.
	+ Laidlaw, David H.
Viewing Abstract Data as Maps (63-89)
	+ Gansner, Emden R.
	+ Hu, Yifan
	+ Kobourov, Stephen G.
== PART II: THEORY AND SCIENCE ==
Individual Differences and Translational Science in the Design of Human-Centered Visualizations (93-113)
	+ Green, Tera Marie
	+ Arias-Hernandez, Richard
	+ Fisher, Brian
Evaluating Visualization Environments: Cognitive, Social, and Cultural Perspectives (115-145)
	+ Hundhausen, Christopher D.
On the Prospects for a Science of Visualization (147-175)
	+ Rensink, Ronald A.
== PART III: PRINCIPLES, GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS ==
Toward a Better Understanding and Application of the Principles of Visual Communication (179-201)
	+ Bae, Juhee
	+ Watson, Benjamin
Pep Up Your Time Machine: Recommendations for the Design of Information Visualizations of Time-Dependent Data (203-225)
	+ Kriglstein, Simone
	+ Pohl, Margit
	+ Smuc, Michael
Using Textbook Illustrations to Extract Design Principles for Algorithm Visualizations (227-249)
	+ Velázquez-Iturbide, J. Ángel
== PART IV: METHODS ==
Conceptual Design for Sensemaking (253-283)
	+ Blandford, Ann
	+ Faisal, Sarah
	+ Attfield, Simon
An Introduction and Guide to Evaluation of Visualization Techniques Through User Studies (285-313)
	+ Forsell, Camilla
	+ Cooper, Matthew
User-Centered Evaluation of Information Visualization Techniques: Making the HCI-InfoVis Connection Explicit (315-336)
	+ Freitas, Carla M. D. S.
	+ Pimenta, Marcelo S.
	+ Scapin, Dominique L.
Eye Tracking on Visualizations: Progressive Extraction of Scanning Strategies (337-372)
	+ Goldberg, Joseph H.
	+ Helfman, Jonathan I.
Evaluating Overall Quality of Graph Visualizations Indirectly and Directly (373-390)
	+ Huang, Weidong
Visual Analysis of Eye Tracking Data (391-409)
	+ Raschke, Michael
	+ Blascheck, Tanja
	+ Burch, Michael
User Studies in Visualization: A Reflection on Methods (411-426)
	+ Tory, Melanie
== PART V: PERCEPTION AND COGNITION ==
On the Benefits and Drawbacks of Radial Diagrams (429-451)
	+ Burch, Michael
	+ Weiskopf, Daniel
Measuring Memories for Objects and Their Locations in Immersive Virtual Environments: The Subjective Component of Memorial Experience (453-471)
	+ Coxon, Matthew
	+ Mania, Katerina
Human-Centric Chronographics: Making Historical Time Memorable (473-511)
	+ Korallo, Liliya
	+ Davis, Stephen Boyd
	+ Foreman, Nigel
	+ Moar, Magnus
Visualizing Multiple Levels and Dimensions of Social Network Properties (513-525)
	+ McGrath, Cathleen
	+ Blythe, Jim
	+ Krackhardt, David
== PART VI: DYNAMIC VISUALIZATION ==
Adaptive Diagrams: A Research Agenda to Explore How Learners Can Manipulate Online Diagrams to Self-Manage Cognitive Load (529-550)
	+ Agostinho, Shirley
	+ Tindall-Ford, Sharon
	+ Bokosmaty, Sahar
Dynamic Visualisations and Motor Skills (551-580)
	+ Castro-Alonso, Juan Cristobal
	+ Ayres, Paul
	+ Paas, Fred
Dynamic Visualizations: A Two-Edged Sword?  (581-604)
	+ Lowe, Richard K.
Simultaneous and Sequential Presentation of Realistic and Schematic Instructional Dynamic Visualizations (605-622)
	+ Nugteren, Michelle L.
	+ Tabbers, Huib K.
	+ Scheiter, Katharina
	+ Paas, Fred
How Do You Connect Moving Dots? Insights from User Studies on Dynamic Network Visualizations (623-650)
	+ Smuc, Michael
	+ Federico, Paolo
	+ Windhager, Florian
	+ Aigner, Wolfgang
	+ Zenk, Lukas
	+ Miksch, Silvia
== PART VII: INTERACTION ==
Interaction Taxonomy for Tracking of User Actions in Visual Analytics Applications (653-670)
	+ von Landesberger, Tatiana
	+ Fiebig, Sebastian
	+ Bremm, Sebastian
	+ Kuijper, Arjan
	+ Fellner, Dieter W.
Common Visualizations: Their Cognitive Utility (671-691)
	+ Parsons, Paul
	+ Sedig, Kamran
Distribution of Information Processing While Performing Complex Cognitive Activities with Visualization Tools (693-715)
	+ Parsons, Paul
	+ Sedig, Kamran
Human-Centered Interactivity of Visualization Tools: Micro- and Macro-level Considerations (717-743)
	+ Sedig, Kamran
	+ Parsons, Paul
	+ Dittmer, Mark
	+ Haworth, Robert

Bookmark: E.Chin.14
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Mobile Social Networking: An Innovative Approach
Series Title: Computational Social Sciences
Editor: Chin, Alvin
Editor: Zhang, Daqing
Date: 2014
Pages: 243
Publisher: Springer
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4614-8578-0 (Print) 978-1-4614-8579-7 (Online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Introduction (1-7)
	+ Chin, Alvin
	+ Zhang, Daqing
Socially Aware Computing: Concepts, Technologies, and Practices (9-23)
	+ Yu, Zhiwen
	+ Zhou, Xingshe
Ephemeral Social Networks (25-64)
	+ Chin, Alvin
Social Behavior in Mobile Social Networks: Characterizing Links, Roles, and Communities (65-78)
	+ Atzmueller, Martin
Mobile Social Service Design for Special Context (79-107)
	+ Liu, Huanglingzi
	+ Wang, Wei
	+ Liu, Dong
	+ Wang, Hao
	+ Liu, Ying
Exploiting Personal and Community Context in Mobile Social Networks (109-138)
	+ Zhang, Daqing
	+ Yu, Zhiyong
	+ Guo, Bin
	+ Wang, Zhu
Enhancing Mobile Social Networks with Ambient Intelligence (139-163)
	+ Doolin, Kevin
	+ Taylor, Nick
	+ Crotty, Micheal
	+ Roddy, Mark
	+ Jennings, Edel
	+ Roussaki, Ioanna
	+ McKitterick, David
Data Analysis on Location-Based Social Networks (165-194)
	+ Gao, Huiji
	+ Liu, Huan
Towards Trustworthy Mobile Social Networking (195-235)
	+ Yan, Zheng
	+ Niemi, Valtteri
	+ Chen, Yu
	+ Zhang, Peng
	+ Kantola, Raimo
Conclusions (237-243)
	+ Chin, Alvin
	+ Zhang, Daqing

Bookmark: E.Mariani.14
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Natural Interaction with Robots, Knowbots and Smartphones: Putting Spoken Dialog Systems into Practice
Editor: Mariani, Joseph
Editor: Rosset, Sophie
Editor: Garnier-Rizet, Martine
Editor: Devillers, Laurence
Date: 2014
Pages: 397
Publisher: Springer New York
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4614-8279-6 (print), 978-1-4614-8280-2 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== SPOKEN DIALOG SYSTEMS IN EVERYDAY APPLICATIONS ==
Spoken Language Understanding for Natural Interaction: The Siri Experience (3-14)
	+ Bellegarda, Jerome R.
Development of Speech-Based In-Car HMI Concepts for Information Exchange Internet Apps (15-28)
	+ Hofmann, Hansjörg
	+ Silberstein, Anna
	+ Ehrlich, Ute
	+ Berton, André
	+ Müller, Christian
	+ Mahr, Angela
Real Users and Real Dialog Systems: The Hard Challenge for SDS (29-36)
	+ Black, Alan W.
	+ Eskenazi, Maxine
A Multimodal Multi-device Discourse and Dialogue Infrastructure for Collaborative Decision-Making in Medicine (37-47)
	+ Sonntag, Daniel
	+ Schulz, Christian
== SPOKEN DIALOG PROTOTYPES AND PRODUCTS ==
Yochina: Mobile Multimedia and Multimodal Crosslingual Dialogue System (51-57)
	+ Xu, Feiyu
	+ Schmeier, Sven
	+ Ai, Renlong
	+ Uszkoreit, Hans
Walk This Way: Spatial Grounding for City Exploration (59-67)
	+ Boye, Johan
	+ Fredriksson, Morgan
	+ Götze, Jana
	+ Gustafson, Joakim
	+ Königsmann, Jürgen
Multimodal Dialogue System for Interaction in AmI Environment by Means of File-Based Services (69-77)
	+ Ábalos, Nieves
	+ Espejo, Gonzalo
	+ López-Cózar, Ramón
	+ Ballesteros, Francisco J.
	+ Soriano, Enrique
	+ Guardiola, Gorka
Development of a Toolkit Handling Multiple Speech-Oriented Guidance Agents for Mobile Applications (79-85)
	+ Hara, Sunao
	+ Kawanami, Hiromichi
	+ Saruwatari, Hiroshi
	+ Shikano, Kiyohiro
Providing Interactive and User-Adapted E-City Services by Means of Voice Portals (87-98)
	+ Griol, David
	+ García-Jiménez, María
	+ Callejas, Zoraida
	+ López-Cózar, Ramón
== MULTI-DOMAIN, CROSSLINGUAL SPOKEN DIALOG SYSTEMS ==
Efficient Language Model Construction for Spoken Dialog Systems by Inducting Language Resources of Different Languages (101-110)
	+ Misu, Teruhisa
	+ Matsuda, Shigeki
	+ Mizukami, Etsuo
	+ Kashioka, Hideki
	+ Li, Haizhou
Towards Online Planning for Dialogue Management with Rich Domain Knowledge (111-123)
	+ Lison, Pierre
A Two-Step Approach for Efficient Domain Selection in Multi-Domain Dialog Systems (125-131)
	+ Lee, Injae
	+ Kim, Seokhwan
	+ Kim, Kyungduk
	+ Lee, Donghyeon
	+ Choi, Junhwi
	+ Ryu, Seonghan
	+ Lee, Gary Geunbae
== HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTION ==
From Informative Cooperative Dialogues to Long-Term Social Relation with a Robot (135-151)
	+ Buendia, Axel
	+ Devillers, Laurence
Integration of Multiple Sound Source Localization Results for Speaker Identification in Multiparty Dialogue System (153-165)
	+ Nakashima, Taichi
	+ Komatani, Kazunori
	+ Sato, Satoshi
Investigating the Social Facilitation Effect in Human--Robot Interaction (167-177)
	+ Wechsung, Ina
	+ Ehrenbrink, Patrick
	+ Schleicher, Robert
	+ Möller, Sebastian
More Than Just Words: Building a Chatty Robot (179-185)
	+ Gilmartin, Emer
	+ Campbell, Nick
Predicting When People Will Speak to a Humanoid Robot (187-198)
	+ Sugiyama, Takaaki
	+ Komatani, Kazunori
	+ Sato, Satoshi
Designing an Emotion Detection System for a Socially Intelligent Human-Robot Interaction (199-211)
	+ Chastagnol, Clément
	+ Clavel, Céline
	+ Courgeon, Matthieu
	+ Devillers, Laurence
Multimodal Open-Domain Conversations with the Nao Robot (213-224)
	+ Jokinen, Kristiina
	+ Wilcock, Graham
Component Pluggable Dialogue Framework and Its Application to Social Robots (225-237)
	+ Jiang, Ridong
	+ Tan, Yeow Kee
	+ Limbu, Dilip Kumar
	+ Dung, Tran Anh
	+ Li, Haizhou
== SPOKEN DIALOG SYSTEMS COMPONENTS ==
Visual Contribution to Word Prominence Detection in a Playful Interaction Setting (241-247)
	+ Heckmann, Martin
Label Noise Robustness and Learning Speed in a Self-Learning Vocal User Interface (249-259)
	+ Ons, Bart
	+ Gemmeke, Jort F.
	+ Van hamme, Hugo
Topic Classification of Spoken Inquiries Using Transductive Support Vector Machine (261-267)
	+ Torres, Rafael
	+ Kawanami, Hiromichi
	+ Matsui, Tomoko
	+ Saruwatari, Hiroshi
	+ Shikano, Kiyohiro
Frame-Level Selective Decoding Using Native and Non-native Acoustic Models for Robust Speech Recognition to Native and Non-native Speech (269-274)
	+ Oh, Yoo Rhee
	+ Chung, Hoon
	+ Kang, Jeom-ja
	+ Lee, Yun Keun
Analysis of Speech Under Stress and Cognitive Load in USAR Operations (275-281)
	+ Charfuelan, Marcela
	+ Kruijff, Geert-Jan
== DIALOG MANAGEMENT ==
Does Personality Matter? Expressive Generation for Dialogue Interaction (285-301)
	+ Walker, Marilyn A.
	+ Sawyer, Jennifer
	+ Lin, Grace
	+ Wing, Sam
Application and Evaluation of a Conditioned Hidden Markov Model for Estimating Interaction Quality of Spoken Dialogue Systems (303-312)
	+ Ultes, Stefan
	+ ElChab, Robert
	+ Minker, Wolfgang
FLoReS: A Forward Looking, Reward Seeking, Dialogue Manager (313-325)
	+ Morbini, Fabrizio
	+ DeVault, David
	+ Sagae, Kenji
	+ Gerten, Jillian
	+ Nazarian, Angela
	+ Traum, David
A Clustering Approach to Assess Real User Profiles in Spoken Dialogue Systems (327-334)
	+ Callejas, Zoraida
	+ Griol, David
	+ Engelbrecht, Klaus-Peter
	+ López-Cózar, Ramón
What Are They Achieving Through the Conversation? Modeling Guide--Tourist Dialogues by Extended Grounding Networks (335-341)
	+ Mizukami, Etsuo
	+ Kashioka, Hideki
Co-adaptation in Spoken Dialogue Systems (343-353)
	+ Chandramohan, Senthilkumar
	+ Geist, Matthieu
	+ Lefèvre, Fabrice
	+ Pietquin, Olivier
Developing Non-goal Dialog System Based on Examples of Drama Television (355-361)
	+ Nio, Lasguido
	+ Sakti, Sakriani
	+ Neubig, Graham
	+ Toda, Tomoki
	+ Adriani, Mirna
	+ Nakamura, Satoshi
A User Model for Dialog System Evaluation Based on Activation of Subgoals (363-374)
	+ Engelbrecht, Klaus-Peter
Real-Time Feedback System for Monitoring and Facilitating Discussions (375-387)
	+ Sarda, Sanat
	+ Constable, Martin
	+ Dauwels, Justin
	+ Shoko Dauwels (Okutsu), 	+ 
	+ Elgendi, Mohamed
	+ Mengyu, Zhou
	+ Rasheed, Umer
	+ Tahir, Yasir
	+ Thalmann, Daniel
	+ Magnenat-Thalmann, Nadia
Evaluation of Invalid Input Discrimination Using Bag-of-Words for Speech-Oriented Guidance System (389-397)
	+ Majima, Haruka
	+ Torres, Rafael
	+ Kawanami, Hiromichi
	+ Hara, Sunao
	+ Matsui, Tomoko
	+ Saruwatari, Hiroshi
	+ Shikano, Kiyohiro

Bookmark: E.Olson.14
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Ways of Knowing in HCI
Editor: Olson, Judith S.
Editor: Kellogg, Wendy A.
Date: 2014
Pages: 472
Publisher: Springer New York
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4939-0377-1 (print), 978-1-4939-0378-8 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Reading and Interpreting Ethnography (1-23)
	+ Dourish, Paul
Curiosity, Creativity, and Surprise as Analytic Tools: Grounded Theory Method (25-48)
	+ Muller, Michael
Knowing by Doing: Action Research as an Approach to HCI (49-68)
	+ Hayes, Gillian R.
Concepts, Values, and Methods for Technical Human--Computer Interaction Research (69-93)
	+ Hudson, Scott E.
	+ Mankoff, Jennifer
Study, Build, Repeat: Using Online Communities as a Research Platform (95-117)
	+ Terveen, Loren
	+ Konstan, Joseph A.
	+ Lampe, Cliff
Field Deployments: Knowing from Using in Context (119-142)
	+ Siek, Katie A.
	+ Hayes, Gillian R.
	+ Newman, Mark W.
	+ Tang, John C.
Science and Design: The Implications of Different Forms of Accountability (143-165)
	+ Gaver, William
Research Through Design in HCI (167-189)
	+ Zimmerman, John
	+ Forlizzi, Jodi
Experimental Research in HCI (191-227)
	+ Gergle, Darren
	+ Tan, Desney S.
Survey Research in HCI (229-266)
	+ Müller, Hendrik
	+ Sedley, Aaron
	+ Ferrall-Nunge, Elizabeth
Crowdsourcing in HCI Research (267-289)
	+ Egelman, Serge
	+ Chi, Ed H.
	+ Dow, Steven
Sensor Data Streams (291-321)
	+ Voida, Stephen
	+ Patterson, Donald J.
	+ Patel, Shwetak N.
Eye Tracking: A Brief Introduction (323-348)
	+ Navalpakkam, Vidhya
	+ Churchill, Elizabeth F.
Understanding User Behavior Through Log Data and Analysis (349-372)
	+ Dumais, Susan
	+ Jeffries, Robin
	+ Russell, Daniel M.
	+ Tang, Diane
	+ Teevan, Jaime
Looking Back: Retrospective Study Methods for HCI (373-393)
	+ Russell, Daniel M.
	+ Chi, Ed H.
Agent Based Modeling to Inform the Design of Multiuser Systems (395-419)
	+ Ren, Yuqing
	+ Kraut, Robert E.
Social Network Analysis in HCI (421-447)
	+ Hansen, Derek L.
	+ Smith, Marc A.
Research Ethics and HCI (449-468)
	+ Bruckman, Amy
Epilogue (469-472)
	+ Kellogg, Wendy A.
	+ Olson, Judith S.

Bookmark: E.Biswas.13
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: A Multimodal End-2-End Approach to Accessible Computing
Editor: Biswas, Pradipta
Editor: Duarte, Carlos
Editor: Langdon, Patrick
Editor: Almeida, Luis
Editor: Jung, Christoph
Date: 2013
Number of Chapters: 11
Pages: 256
Publisher: Springer London
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== PART I: DESIGN ==
1. What Technology Can and Cannot Offer an Ageing Population: Current Situation and Future Approach (3-22)
	+ Frid, Linnea
	+ García, Alvaro
	+ Laskibar, Iker
	+ Etxaniz, Aitziber
	+ Gonzalez, Mari Feli
2. Developing an Interactive TV for the Elderly and Impaired: An Inclusive Design Strategy (23-48)
	+ Langdon, Pat
3. Designing TV Interaction for the Elderly -- A Case Study of the Design for All Approach (49-69)
	+ Coelho, José
	+ Guerreiro, Tiago
	+ Duarte, Carlos
4. Inclusive User Modeling and Simulation (71-89)
	+ Biswas, Pradipta
	+ Langdon, Pat
== PART II: DEVELOPMENT ==
5. Intelligent Interaction in Accessible Applications (93-117)
	+ Bahram, Sina
	+ Chakraborty, Arpan
	+ Ravindran, Srinath
	+ St. Amant, Robert
6. Interaction Techniques for Users with Severe Motor-Impairment (119-134)
	+ Biswas, Pradipta
	+ Joshi, Rohan
	+ Chattopadhyay, Subhagata
	+ Acharya, U. Rajendra
	+ Lim, Teik-Cheng
7. Embodied Virtual Agents as a Means to Foster E-Inclusion of Older People (135-154)
	+ Noy, Dominic
	+ Ribeiro, Pedro
	+ Iurgel, Ido A.
8. Building an Adaptive Multimodal Framework for Resource Constrained Systems (155-173)
	+ Duarte, Carlos
	+ Costa, Daniel
	+ Feiteira, Pedro
	+ Costa, David
== PART III: MAINTENANCE ==
9. Evaluating the Accessibility of Adaptive TV Based Web Applications (177-194)
	+ Fernandes, Nádia
	+ Costa, Daniel
	+ Duarte, Carlos
	+ Carriço, Luís
10. An Interoperable and Inclusive User Modeling Concept for Simulation and Adaptation (195-236)
	+ Biswas, Pradipta
	+ Kaklanis, N.
	+ Mohamad, Y.
	+ Peissner, M.
	+ Langdon, Pat
	+ Tzovaras, D.
	+ Jung, Christoph
11. Standardization of Audiovisual Media Accessibility (237-253)
	+ Looms, Peter Olaf
F: ISBN: 978-1-4471-5081-7 (Print) 978-1-4471-5082-4 (Online)

Bookmark: E.Carroll.2013
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Creativity and Rationale: Enhancing Human Experience by Design
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series 20
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 2013
Number of Chapters: 20
Pages: 447
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4471-4111-2
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4471-4110-5 (print), 978-1-4471-4111-2 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Creativity and Rationale: The Essential Tension (1-10)
	+ Carroll, John M.
Critical Conversations: Feedback as a Stimulus to Creativity in Software Design (11-40)
	+ McCall, Raymond
A Micro View of Design Reasoning: Two-Way Shifts Between Embodiment and Rationale (41-55)
	+ Goldschmidt, Gabriela
Evaluating Creativity (57-84)
	+ Candy, Linda
Integrating Design Representations for Creativity (85-104)
	+ Sutcliffe, Alistair
Achieving Both Creativity and Rationale: Reuse in Design with Images and Claims (105-119)
	+ McCrickard, D. Scott
	+ Wahid, Shahtab
	+ Branham, Stacy M.
	+ al, et
Predecessor Artifacts: Evolutionary Perspectives on a Reflective Conversation with Design Materials (121-141)
	+ Mørch, Anders I.
The PRInCiPleS Design Framework (143-169)
	+ Blevis, Eli
Using Rationale to Assist Student Cognitive and Intellectual Development (171-196)
	+ Burge, Janet E.
	+ Brinkman, Bo
Does Design Rationale Enhance Creativity? (197-222)
	+ Wang, Jing
	+ Farooq, Umer
	+ Carroll, John M.
Promoting Group Creativity in Upstream Requirements Engineering (223-236)
	+ Ocker, Rosalie J.
Supporting Awareness in Creative Group Work by Exposing Design Rationale (237-257)
	+ Farooq, Umer
	+ Carroll, John M.
Studying Humans to Inform Interactive Narrative Technology (259-272)
	+ Magerko, Brian
Improvisation in the Cloud: Devised Theatre in Support of Problem-Finding (273-285)
	+ Petrick, Irene J.
	+ Ayoub, Phillip J.
	+ Prindible, Matthew J.
The Practice Level in Participatory Design Rationale: Studying Practitioner Moves and Choices (287-325)
	+ Selvin, Albert M.
	+ Shum, Simon J. Buckingham
	+ Aakhus, Mark
Managing Conflict in Information System Design Stakeholder Conferences: The Role of Transparency Work (327-351)
	+ Aakhus, Mark
Mining Creativity Research to Inform Design Rationale in Open Source Communities (353-376)
	+ Burleson, Winslow
	+ Tripathi, Priyamvada
Creativity Meets Rationale: Collaboration Patterns for Social Innovation (377-404)
	+ de Moor, Aldo
Patterns for Emergent Global Intelligence (405-422)
	+ Thomas, John C.
Collaborative Design Rationale and Social Creativity in Cultures of Participation (423-447)
	+ Fischer, Gerhard
	+ Shipman, Frank

Bookmark: E.Marchese.2013
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Knowledge Visualization Currents: From Text to Art to Culture
Editor: Marchese, Francis T.
Editor: Banissi, Ebad
Date: 2013
Number of Chapters: 11
Pages: 220
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4471-4303-1
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4471-4302-4 (print), 978-1-4471-4303-1 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== KNOWLEDGE VISUALIZATION BACKGROUND ==
What Is an Effective Knowledge Visualization? Insights from a Review of Seminal Concepts (3-12)
	+ Eppler, Martin J.
What Is Knowledge Visualization? Eight Reflections on an Evolving Discipline (13-32)
	+ Bertschi, Stefan
	+ Bresciani, Sabrina
	+ Crawford, Tom
	+ Goebel, Randy
	+ Kienreich, Wolfgang
	+ Lindner, Martin
	+ Sabol, Vedran
	+ Moere, Andrew Vande
== TEXT ==
Tables and Early Information Visualization (35-61)
	+ Marchese, Francis T.
Contract Clarity and Usability through Visualization (63-84)
	+ Haapio, Helena
From Culture to Text to Interactive Visualization ofWine Reviews (85-110)
	+ Kerren, Andreas
	+ Kyusakova, Mimi
	+ Paradis, Carita
== ART ==
Colorscore: Visualization and Condensation of Structure of Classical Music (113-128)
	+ Hayashi, Aki
	+ Itoh, Takayuki
	+ Matsubara, Masaki
The Implications of David Hockney Thesis for 3D Computer Graphics (129-145)
	+ Wyeld, Theodor
Practice of Using Virtual Reconstruction in the Restoration of Monumental Painting of the Church of the Transfiguration of Our Saviour on Nereditsa Hill (147-164)
	+ Laska, Tatiana
	+ Tsimbal, Irina
	+ Golubkov, Sergey
	+ Petrova, Yulia Anatolievna
== CULTURE ==
Mediation of Knowledge Construction of Historic Sites: Embodied Interaction + Space (167-177)
	+ Deray, Kristine
	+ Day, Michael
Memory, Difference, and Information: Generative Architectures Latent to Material and Perceptual Plasticity (179-197)
	+ Lucia, Andrew P.
	+ Sabin, Jenny E.
	+ Jones, Peter Lloyd
Cultural Data Sculpting: Omnidirectional Visualization for Cultural Datasets (199-220)
	+ Kenderdine, Sarah
	+ Shaw, Jeffrey
	+ Gremmler, Tobias

Bookmark: E.Holland.2013
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Music and Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Springer Series on Cultural Computing
Editor: Holland, Simon
Editor: Wilkie, Katie
Editor: Mulholland, Paul
Editor: Seago, Allan
Date: 2013
Number of Chapters: 16
Pages: 292
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4471-2990-5
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4471-2989-9 (print), 978-1-4471-2990-5 (online)
Weblink: Online Access
Contents:
Music Interaction: Understanding Music and Human-Computer Interaction (1-28)
	+ Holland, Simon
	+ Wilkie, Katie
	+ Mulholland, Paul
	+ Seago, Allan
Should Music Interaction Be Easy?  (29-47)
	+ McDermott, James
	+ Gifford, Toby
	+ Bouwer, Anders
	+ Wagy, Mark
Amateur Musicians, Long-Term Engagement, and HCI (49-66)
	+ Wallis, Isaac
	+ Ingalls, Todd
	+ Campana, Ellen
	+ Vuong, Catherine
Affective Musical Interaction: Influencing Users' Behaviour and Experiences with Music (67-83)
	+ Bramwell-Dicks, Anna
	+ Petrie, Helen
	+ Edwards, Alistair D. N.
	+ Power, Christopher
Chasing a Feeling: Experience in Computer Supported Jamming (85-99)
	+ Swift, Ben
The Haptic Bracelets: Learning Multi-Limb Rhythm Skills from Haptic Stimuli While Reading (101-122)
	+ Bouwer, Anders
	+ Holland, Simon
	+ Dalgleish, Mat
Piano Technique as a Case Study in Expressive Gestural Interaction (123-138)
	+ McPherson, Andrew P.
	+ Kim, Youngmoo E.
Live Music-Making: A Rich Open Task Requires a Rich Open Interface (139-152)
	+ Stowell, Dan
	+ McLean, Alex
A New Interaction Strategy for Musical Timbre Design (153-169)
	+ Seago, Allan
Pulsed Melodic Processing -- The Use of Melodies in Affective Computations for Increased Processing Transparency (171-188)
	+ Kirke, Alexis
	+ Miranda, Eduardo
Computer Musicking: HCI, CSCW and Collaborative Digital Musical Interaction (189-205)
	+ Fencott, Robin
	+ Bryan-Kinns, Nick
Song Walker Harmony Space: Embodied Interaction Design for Complex Musical Skills (207-221)
	+ Bouwer, Anders
	+ Holland, Simon
	+ Dalgleish, Mat
Evolutionary and Generative Music Informs Music HCI--And Vice Versa (223-240)
	+ McDermott, James
	+ Sherry, Dylan
	+ O'Reilly, Una-May
Video Analysis for Evaluating Music Interaction: Musical Tabletops (241-258)
	+ Xambó, Anna
	+ Laney, Robin
	+ Dobbyn, Chris
	+ Jordà, Sergi
Towards a Participatory Approach for Interaction Design Based on Conceptual Metaphor Theory: A Case Study from Music Interaction (259-270)
	+ Wilkie, Katie
	+ Holland, Simon
	+ Mulholland, Paul
Appropriate and Complementary Rhythmic Improvisation in an Interactive Music System (271-286)
	+ Gifford, Toby

Bookmark: E.Wichert.2012
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Constructing Ambient Intelligence: AmI 2011 Workshops, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 16-18, 2011. Revised Selected Papers
Series Title: Communications in Computer and Information Science 277
Editor: Wichert, Reiner
Editor: Van Laerhoven, Kristof
Editor: Gelissen, Jean
Date: 2012
Number of Chapters: 55
Pages: 327
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-31479-7
Standard number: ISBN: 978-3-642-31478-0 (print), 978-3-642-31479-7 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== AESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE: DESIGNING SMART AND BEAUTIFUL ARCHITECTURAL SPACES ==
Aesthetic Intelligence -- Concepts, Technologies and Applications (1-4)
	+ Kasugai, Kai
	+ Röcker, Carsten
	+ Plewe, Daniela
	+ Kiriyama, Takashi
	+ Oksman, Virpi
Aesthetic Design of Interactive Museum Exhibits (5-11)
	+ Kiriyama, Takashi
	+ Sato, Masahiko
Interactive Architecture in Domestic Spaces (12-18)
	+ Röcker, Carsten
	+ Kasugai, Kai
Towards Strategic Media (19-24)
	+ Plewe, Daniela Alina
== AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE IN FUTURE LIGHTING SYSTEMS ==
The Role of Ambient Intelligence in Future Lighting Systems -- Summary of the Workshop (25-28)
	+ Meerbeek, Bernt
	+ Aliakseyeu, Dzmitry
	+ Mason, Jon
	+ van Essen, Harm
	+ Offermans, Serge
Results of the 'User Interaction Techniques for Future Lighting Systems' Workshop at INTERACT 2011 (29-34)
	+ Aliakseyeu, Dzmitry
	+ Mason, Jon
	+ Meerbeek, Bernt
	+ van Essen, Harm
	+ Offermans, Serge
	+ al, et
Illumination of Calendar Events in the Household of Older Persons (35-40)
	+ Heuten, Wilko
	+ Boll, Susanne
Dynamic Lighting as a Design Tool to Achieve Amenity in Open Space (41-44)
	+ Karamouzi, Aimilia
	+ Papalexopoulos, Dimitris
	+ Varoudis, Tasos
On the Use of Mixed Reality Environments to Evaluate Interaction with Light (45-48)
	+ Khan, Vassilis-Javed
	+ Walker, Martin
	+ Aliakseyeu, Dzmitry
	+ Mason, Jon
Improving the Mood of Elderly with Coloured Lighting (49-56)
	+ Kuijsters, Andre
	+ Redi, Judith
	+ de Ruyter, Boris
	+ Heynderickx, Ingrid
Interacting with Light Apps and Platforms (57-62)
	+ Offermans, Serge
	+ van Essen, Harm
	+ Eggen, Berry
Interacting with Light (63-67)
	+ Wiethoff, Alexander
	+ Gehring, Sven
== INTERACTIVE HUMAN BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS IN OPEN OR PUBLIC SPACES ==
International Workshop on Interactive Human Behavior Analysis in Open or Public Spaces (68-71)
	+ Hung, Hayley
	+ Odobez, Jean-Marc
	+ Gavrila, Dariu
Look at Who's Talking: Voice Activity Detection by Automated Gesture Analysis (72-80)
	+ Cristani, Marco
	+ Pesarin, Anna
	+ Vinciarelli, Alessandro
	+ Crocco, Marco
	+ Murino, Vittorio
User Behaviour Captured by Mobile Phones (81-90)
	+ Teeuw, Wouter B.
	+ Koolwaaij, Johan
	+ Peddemors, Arjan
Kinect Sensing of Shopping Related Actions (91-100)
	+ Popa, Mirela
	+ Koc, Alper Kemal
	+ Rothkrantz, Leon J. M.
	+ Shan, Caifeng
	+ Wiggers, Pascal
A Feature Set Evaluation for Activity Recognition with Body-Worn Inertial Sensors (101-109)
	+ Muhammad, Syed Agha
	+ Klein, Bernd Niklas
	+ Van Laerhoven, Kristof
	+ David, Klaus
Person Detection for Indoor Videosurveillance Using Spatio-temporal Integral Features (110-118)
	+ Descamps, Adrien
	+ Carincotte, Cyril
	+ Gosselin, Bernard
Person Authentication and Activities Analysis in an Office Environment Using a Sensor Network (119-127)
	+ Tao, Shuai
	+ Kudo, Mineichi
	+ Nonaka, Hidetoshi
	+ Toyama, Jun
Using Human Motion Intensity as Input for Urban Design (128-136)
	+ Poulsen, Esben S.
	+ Andersen, Hans J.
	+ Gade, Rikke
	+ Jensen, Ole B.
	+ Moeslund, Thomas B.
== USER INTERACTION METHODS FOR ELDERLY, PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA ==
Sensor Based Monitoring for People with Dementia: Searching for Movement Markers in Alzheimer's Disease for a Early Diagnostic (137-145)
	+ Hoffmeyer, Andre
	+ Yordanova, Kristina
	+ Teipel, Stefan
	+ Kirste, Thomas
Functional Requirements for Assistive Technology for People with Cognitive Impairments and Dementia (146-151)
	+ Meiland, F. J. M.
	+ de Boer, M. E.
	+ van Hoof, J.
	+ van der Leeuw, J.
	+ de Witte, L.
	+ Blom, M.
	+ al, et
Concept and Realization of an Individual Reminder Service for People Suffering from Dementia (152-156)
	+ Storf, Holger
	+ Schmitt, Mario
	+ Arif, Taslim
	+ Putz, Wolfgang
	+ Eisenbarth, Michael
	+ al, et
Graphical User Interface for an Elderly Person with Dementia (157-161)
	+ Tamanini, Christian
	+ Majewski, Martin
	+ Wieland, Andreas
	+ Schlehuber, Christian
	+ al, et
== EMPOWERING AND INTEGRATING SENIOR CITIZENS WITH VIRTUAL COACHING ==
Empowering and Integrating Senior Citizens with Virtual Coaching (162-165)
	+ Braun, Andreas
	+ Roelofsma, Peter H. M. P.
	+ Ferring, Dieter
	+ Immonen, Milla
Technology and Aging: Inhibiting and Facilitating Factors in ICT Use (166-169)
	+ Leist, Anja
	+ Ferring, Dieter
How Older Adults Experience Wellness Monitoring? (170-174)
	+ Muuraiskangas, Salla
	+ Kokko, Jaana
	+ Harjumaa, Marja
How Avatar Based Communication Can Improve Decision Making Quality (175-180)
	+ Roelofsma, Peter H. M. P.
Preference for Combining or Separating Events in Human and Avatar Decisions (181-183)
	+ Roelofsma, Peter H. M. P.
	+ Versteeg, Leo
Dynamic User Representation in Video Phone Applications (184-188)
	+ Braun, Andreas
	+ Wichert, Reiner
Sex Differences in User Acceptance of Avatars (189-191)
	+ Versteeg, Leo
	+ Roelofsma, Peter H. M. P.
User-Centered Design for and with Elderly Users in V2me (192-195)
	+ Klauß, Kerstin
	+ Klein, Peter
Development of a Socio-technical System for an Age-Appropriate Domestic Environment (196-200)
	+ Tantinger, Daniel
	+ Feilner, Sven
	+ Struck, Matthias
	+ Weigand, Christian
Using Technology for Improving the Social and Physical Activity-Level of the Older Adults (201-205)
	+ Immonen, Milla
	+ Sachinopoulou, Anna
	+ Kaartinen, Jouni
	+ Konttila, Antti
== INTEGRATION OF AMI AND AAL PLATFORMS IN THE FUTURE INTERNET (FI) PLATFORM INITIATIVE ==
Workshop: Integration of AMI and AAL Platforms in the Future Internet (FI) Platform Initiative (206-212)
	+ Kung, Antonio
	+ Furfari, Francesco
	+ Tazari, Mohammad-Reza
	+ Badii, Atta
	+ Turkama, Petra
== AMBIENT GAMING ==
Ambient Gaming and Play: Opportunities and Challenges (213-217)
	+ Sturm, Janienke
	+ Schouten, Ben
Around Play and Interaction Design Research (218-223)
	+ De Luca, Vanessa
	+ Bertolo, Maresa
	+ Zannoni, Michele
Gaming for Therapy in a Healthcare Smart Ambient (224-228)
	+ Madeira, Rui Neves
	+ Postolache, Octavian
	+ Correia, Nuno
Evocative Experiences in the Design of Objects to Encourage Free-Play (229-232)
	+ Rosales, Andrea
	+ Arroyo, Ernesto
	+ Blat, Josep
Playful Moments of Activity (233-237)
	+ Tieben, Rob
	+ Sturm, Janienke
	+ Bekker, Tilde
	+ Schouten, Ben
i-PE: A Decentralized Approach for Designing Adaptive and Persuasive Intelligent Play Environments (238-244)
	+ Rijnbout, Pepijn
	+ de Valk, Linda
	+ de Graaf, Mark
	+ Bekker, Tilde
	+ Schouten, Ben
	+ Eggen, Berry
An Investigation of Extrinsic-Oriented Ambient Exploration for Gaming Applications (245-248)
	+ Vatavu, Radu-Daniel
	+ Zaiti, Ionut-Alexandru
== HUMAN BEHAVIOR UNDERSTANDING: INDUCING BEHAVIORAL CHANGE ==
Challenges of Human Behavior Understanding for Inducing Behavioral Change (249-251)
	+ Salah, Albert Ali
	+ Lepri, Bruno
Human Behavior Understanding for Inducing Behavioral Change: Social and Theoretical Aspects (252-263)
	+ Lepri, Bruno
	+ Salah, Albert Ali
	+ Pianesi, Fabio
	+ Pentland, Alex Sandy
== PRIVACY, TRUST AND INTERACTION IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS ==
Privacy, Trust and Interaction in the Internet of Things (264-266)
	+ Schrammel, Johann
	+ Hochleitner, Christina
	+ Tscheligi, Manfred
On the Internet of Things, Trust is Relative (267-273)
	+ Fritsch, Lothar
	+ Groven, Arne-Kristian
	+ Schulz, Trenton
How Will Software Engineers of the Internet of Things Reason about Trust? (274-279)
	+ Fugard, Andrew J. B.
	+ Beck, Elke
	+ Gärtner, Magdalena
Privacy Implications of the Internet of Things (280-286)
	+ Gudymenko, Ivan
	+ Borcea-Pfitzmann, Katrin
	+ Tietze, Katja
In Things We Trust? Towards Trustability in the Internet of Things (287-295)
	+ Hoepman, Jaap-Henk
Privacy in Pervasive Social Networks (296-301)
	+ Mabrouki, Olfa
	+ Chibani, Abdelghani
	+ Amirat, Yacine
== DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM ==
Self-adaptive Architectures of Building Management Systems: Approaches, Methods, Algorithms (302-307)
	+ Andrushevich, Aliaksei
	+ Salomon, Ralf
	+ Klapproth, Alexander
A Pattern Language of Firefighting Frontline Practice to Inform the Design of Ubiquitous Computing (308-312)
	+ Denef, Sebastian
Understanding Total Hip Replacement Recovery towards the Design of a Context-Aware System (313-317)
	+ Garcia, Juan Jimenez
Model-Based Evaluation of Adaptive User Interfaces (318-322)
	+ Quade, Michael
Supporting Behavior Change in Cooperative Driving (323-327)
	+ Shahab, Qonita

Bookmark: E.Eijck.2012
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Games, Actions and Social Software: Multidisciplinary Aspects
Series Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7010
Editor: van Eijck, Jan
Editor: Verbrugge, Rineke
Date: 2012
Number of Chapters: 10
Pages: 212
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-29326-9
Standard number: ISBN: 978-3-642-29325-2 (print), 978-3-642-29326-9 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== SOCIAL SOFTWARE AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES ==
What Is Social Software? (3-13)
	+ Parikh, Rohit
	+ Pauly, Marc
Freedom, Rights and Social Software (14-28)
	+ Dowding, Keith
	+ van Hees, Martin
Time Discounting and Time Consistency (29-38)
	+ Dimitri, Nicola
	+ van Eijck, Jan
== KNOWLEDGE, BELIEF, AND ACTION ==
On the Logic of Lying (41-72)
	+ van Ditmarsch, Hans
	+ van Eijck, Jan
	+ Sietsma, Floor
	+ Wang, Yanjing
Strategies for Belief Revision (73-95)
	+ Segerberg, Krister
In Praise of Strategies (96-116)
	+ van Benthem, Johan
== PERCEPTION, COMMUNICATION, AND COOPERATION ==
Perception and Change in Update Logic (119-140)
	+ van Eijck, Jan
Agents in Approximate Environments (141-163)
	+ Dunin-Keplicz, Barbara
	+ Szalas, Andrzej
The Cognitive and Communicative Demands of Cooperation (164-183)
	+ Gärdenfors, Peter
A Logical View on Teamwork (184-212)
	+ Dunin-Keplicz, Barbara
	+ Verbrugge, Rineke

Bookmark: E.Chen.2012
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Visual Display Technology
Editor: Chen, Janglin
Editor: Cranton, Wayne
Editor: Fihn, Mark
Date: 2012
Number of Chapters: 166 entries
Pages: 2639
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-79567-4
Standard number: ISBN: 978-3-540-79566-7 (print), 978-3-540-79567-4 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
1 Fundamentals of Optics for Displays
	Properties of Light
	Geometric Optics
	Optical Modulation
2 Human Vision and Photometry
	Anatomy of the Eye
	Light Detection and Sensitivity
	Visual Acuity
	Flicker Sensitivity
	Spatial Vision and Pattern Perception
	Binocular Vision and Depth Perception
	Color Communication
	The CIE System
	RGB Systems
	CMYK Systems
	Uniform Color Spaces
	Color Perception
	Colour Vision Deficiencies
	Displays in the Workplace
	Display Screen Equipment: Standards and Regulation
	Light Emission and Photometry
	Measurement Instrumentation and Calibration Standards
	Overview of the Photometric Characterisation of Visual Displays
3 Image Storage and Processing
	Introduction to Electronic Imaging
	Digital Image Storage and Compression
	Video Compression
	Fundamentals of Image Color Management
	Digital Image Operations
	Signal Filtering: Noise Reduction and Detail Enhancement
	TV and Video Processing
	Reliability and Fidelity of Medical Imaging Data
	Ultrasound Imaging
	Data Hiding and Digital Watermarking
	Biometrics and Recognition Technology
4 Driving Displays
	Direct Drive, Multiplex and Passive Matrix
	Active Matrix Driving
	Panel Interfaces: Fundamentals
	Serial Display Interfaces
	High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI®)
	Embedded Systems: Fundamentals
	Graphics Controllers
	FPGA IP Cores for Displays
	APIX: High Speed Automotive Pixel Link
	Video Processing Tasks
	Dimming of LED LCD Backlights
	Power Supply Fundamentals
	Power Supply Sequencing
5 TFTs and Materials for Displays and Touchscreens
	Glass Substrates for AMLCD, OLED and Emerging Display Platforms
	Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Thin Film Transistors (a Si:H TFTs)
	Polycrystalline Silicon Thin Film Transistors (Poly-Si TFTs)
	Organic TFTs: Vacuum-Deposited Small-Molecule Semiconductors
	Organic TFTs: Solution-Processable Small-Molecule Semiconductors
	Organic TFTs: Polymers
	Oxide TFTs
	Carbon Nanotube TFTs
	Indium Tin Oxide (ITO): Sputter Deposition Processes
	ITO Replacements: Carbon Nanotubes
	ITO Replacements: Polymers
	ITO Replacements: Insulator-Metal-Insulator Layers
	Photolithography for Thin-Film-Transistor Liquid Crystal Displays
	Wet Etching
	Dry Etching
	Flexible Displays: Attributes, Technologies Compatible with Flexible Substrates and Applications
	Flexible Displays: TFT Technology: Substrate Options and TFT Processing Strategies
	Introduction to Touchscreen Technologies
	Transparent Conducting Coatings on Polymer Substrates for Touchscreens and Displays
	Anisotropic Conductive Adhesives
	Touchscreen Computer Interfaces: Electronics
6 Emissive Displays
	Luminescence of Phosphors
	Physics of Light Emission from Rare-Earth Doped Phosphors
	Chemistry and Synthesis of Inorganic Light Emitting Phosphors
	Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs)
	Vacuum Fluorescent Displays (VFDs)
	Field Emission Displays (FEDs)
	New Field Emission Technologies
	Plasma Display Panels
	Light Emitting Diodes: Fundamentals
	LED Display Applications and Design Considerations
	Thin Film Electroluminescence (TFEL)
	AC Powder Electroluminescence (ACPEL) and Devices
	Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDS)
	Active Matrix for OLED Displays
7 Liquid Crystal Displays
	Materials and Phase Structures of Calamitic and Discotic Liquid Crystals
	Introduction to Defect Textures in Liquid Crystals
	Liquid Crystal Materials for Devices
	Physical Properties of Nematic Liquid Crystals
	Optics of Liquid Crystals and Liquid Crystal Displays
	Alignment Properties of Liquid Crystals
	Liquid Crystal Theory and Modelling
	Twisted Nematic and Supertwisted Nematic LCDs
	Smectic LCD Modes
	In-Plane Switching (IPS) Technology
	Vertically Aligned Nematic (VAN) LCD Technology
	Bistable Liquid Crystal Displays
	Cholesteric Reflective Displays
	Polymer Dispersed LCDs
	Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Displays (AMLCDs)
	LCD Backlights
	Optical Enhancement Films
	LCD Processing and Testing
	The π-Cell
	Flexoelectro-Optic Liquid Crystal Displays
8 Paper-Like and Low Power Displays
	Electrophoretic Displays
	In-Plane Electrophoretic Displays
	Video-Speed Electrowetting Display Technology
	Droplet-Driven Electrowetting Displays
	Electrofluidic Displays
	Mirasol® -- MEMS-based Direct View Reflective Display Technology
	Time Multiplexed Optical Shutter Displays
9 3D Displays
	Introduction to 3D Displays
	Human Factors of 3D Displays
	Introduction to Projected Stereoscopic Displays
	Addressing Stereoscopic 3D Displays
	3D Cinema Technology
	Autostereoscopic Displays
	Head- and Eye-Tracking Solutions for Autostereoscopic and Holographic 3D Displays
	Emerging Autostereoscopic Displays
	Volumetric 3D Displays
	Pseudo-Volumetric 3D Display Solutions
	Principles of Display Holography
	Electronic Holographic Displays -- 20 Years of Interactive Spatial Imaging
10 Mobile Displays, Microdisplays, Projection and Headworn Displays
	Introduction to Mobile Displays
	Transflective Displays for Mobile Devices
	Alternative Technologies for Mobile Direct-View Displays
	Liquid Crystal Optics for Mobile Displays
	Energy Aspects of Mobile Display Technology
	Introduction to Microdisplays
	Liquid Crystal on Silicon Reflective Microdisplays
	Transmissive Liquid Crystal Microdisplays
	MEMS Microdisplays
	DLP® Projection Technology
	OLED and Other Emissive Microdisplays
	Methods of 2-D Image Formation in Microdisplay-based and Related Systems
	Digital Cinema Projection
	Data Projectors
	See-Through Head Worn Display (HWD) Architectures
	Human Interface Factors Associated with HWDs
	Optical Components for Head-Worn Displays
	Examples of HWD Architectures: Low-, Mid- and Wide-Field of View Designs
	Electronic Viewfinders
	Multifocus Displays
	Occlusion Displays
	Cognitive Engineering and Information Displays
11 Display Metrology
	Introduction to Display Metrology
	Luminance, Contrast Ratio and Grey Scale
	Color
	Spatial Effects
	Temporal Effects
	Viewing Angle
	Ambient Light
	Display Technology-Dependent Issues
	Standards and Test Patterns
	Measurement Devices
12 Display Markets and Economics
	The Problem with Forecasts
	Display Market Forecasting
	The Crystal Cycle
	Opportunities for Alternative Display Technologies: Touchscreens, E-Paper Displays and OLED Displays
	The History of Graphics: Software's Sway Over Silicon
	Design Tools: Imaging, Vector Graphics and Design Evolution
	Introduction to High-Resolution Displays
	Eye Resolution Displays
	The IBM T221 9.2M Pixel Display
	Multi-Display Desktops and the Case for More Pixels
	LCDs, Growth and Market Coverage
	Quadrupling HD and Beyond
	Trends in the 3D TV Market
	The Display Industry in a Green World
	Sustainability in LCD Manufacturing, Recycling and Reuse

Bookmark: E.Hippe.2012
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human -- Computer Systems Interaction: Backgrounds and Applications 2: Part 2
Series Title: Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing 99
Editor: Hippe, Zdzislaw S.
Editor: Kulikowski, Juliusz L.
Editor: Mroczek, Teresa
Date: 2012
Number of Chapters: 31
Pages: 495
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-23172-8
Standard number: ISBN: 978-3-642-23171-1 (print), 978-3-642-23172-8 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== PART IV: ENVIRONMENT MONITORING AND ROBOTIC SYSTEMS ==
SSVEP-Based Brain-Computer Interface: On the Effect of Stimulus Parameters on VEPs Spectral Characteristics (3-14)
	+ Byczuk, M.
	+ Poryzala, P.
	+ Materka, A.
Design and Development of a Guideline for Ergonomic Haptic Interaction (15-29)
	+ Muñoz, L. M.
	+ Ponsa, P.
	+ Casals, A.
Partner Robots -- From Development to Business Implementation (31-39)
	+ Ota, Y.
Goal Understanding and Self-generating Will for Autonomous Humanoid Robots (41-55)
	+ Nauth, P.
A Talking Robot and Its Singing Performance by the Mimicry of Human Vocalization (57-73)
	+ Kitani, M.
	+ Hara, T.
	+ Hanada, H.
	+ Sawada, H.
An Orthopedic Surgical Robotic System-OrthoRoby (75-90)
	+ Barkana, D. Erol
Methods for Reducing Operational Forces in Force-Sensorless Bilateral Control with Thrust Wires for Two-Degree-of-Freedom Remote Robots (91-107)
	+ Sato, T.
	+ Sakaino, S.
	+ Yakoh, T.
== PART V: DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS ==
Applications of Neural Networks in Semantic Analysis of Skin Cancer Images (111-124)
	+ Przystalski, K.
	+ Nowak, L.
	+ Ogorzalek, M.
	+ Surówka, G.
Further Research on Automatic Estimation of Asymmetry of Melanocytic Skin Lesions (125-129)
	+ Cudek, P.
	+ Grzymala-Busse, J. W.
	+ Hippe, Z. S.
Multispectral Imaging for Supporting Colonoscopy and Gastroscopy Diagnoses (131-145)
	+ Switonski, A.
	+ Bieda, R.
	+ Wojciechowski, K.
A Machine Learning Approach to Mining Brain Stroke Data (147-158)
	+ Mroczek, T.
	+ Grzymala-Busse, J. W.
	+ Hippe, Z. S.
	+ Jurczak, P.
Using Eye-Tracking to Study Reading Patterns and Processes in Autism with Hyperlexia Profile (159-174)
	+ Pazzaglia, R.
	+ Ravarelli, A.
	+ Balestra, A.
	+ Orio, S.
	+ Zanetti, M. A.
Ontology Design for Medical Diagnostic Knowledge (175-189)
	+ Jaszuk, M.
	+ Szostek, G.
	+ Walczak, A.
Rule-Based Analysis of MMPI Data Using the Copernicus System (191-203)
	+ Gomula, J.
	+ Paja, W.
	+ Pancerz, K.
	+ Szkola, J.
Application of 2D Anisotropic Wavelet Edge Extractors for Image Interpolation (205-222)
	+ Adamczyk, K.
	+ Walczak, A.
Experimental Results of Model-Based Fuzzy Control Solutions for a Laboratory Antilock Braking System (223-234)
	+ Precup, R. E.
	+ Spataru, S. V.
	+ Radac, M. B.
	+ Petriu, E. M.
	+ Preitl, S.
	+ Dragos, C. A.
	+ al, et
== PART VI: EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS ==
Remote Teaching and New Testing Method Applied in Higher Education (237-259)
	+ Pyzik, L.
Points of View on Magnetic Levitation System Laboratory-Based Control Education (261-275)
	+ Dragos, C. A.
	+ Preitl, S.
	+ Precup, R. E.
	+ Petriu, E. M.
2D and 3D Visualizations of Creative Destruction for Entrepreneurship Education (277-294)
	+ Noyes, E.
	+ Deligiannidis, L.
Employing a Biofeedback Method Based on Hemispheric Synchronization in Effective Learning (295-309)
	+ Kaszuba, K.
	+ Kostek, B.
== PART VII: GENERAL PROBLEMS ==
Comparison of Fuzzy and Neural Systems for Implementation of Nonlinear Control Surfaces (313-324)
	+ Xie, T. T.
	+ Yu, H.
	+ Wilamowski, B. M.
Hardware Implementation of Fuzzy Default Logic (325-343)
	+ Pulka, A.
	+ Milik, A.
Dwulit's Hull as Means of Optimization of kNN Algorithm (345-358)
	+ Dwulit, M. P.
	+ Szymanski, Z.
OWiki: Enabling an Ontology-Led Creation of Semantic Data (359-374)
	+ Di Iorio, A.
	+ Musetti, A.
	+ Peroni, S.
	+ Vitali, F.
Fuzzy Genetic Object Identification: Multiple Inputs/Multiple Outputs Case (375-394)
	+ Rotshtein, A. P.
	+ Rakytyanska, H. B.
Server-Side Query Language for Protein Structure Similarity Searching (395-415)
	+ Malysiak-Mrozek, B.
	+ Kozielski, S.
	+ Mrozek, D.
A New Kinds of Rules for Approximate Reasoning Modeling (417-428)
	+ Palasinski, M.
	+ Fryc, B.
	+ Machnicka, Z.
Technical Evaluation of Boolean Recommenders (429-441)
	+ Chojnacki, S.
	+ Klopotek, M. A.
Interval Uncertainty in CPL Models for Computer Aided Prognosis (443-461)
	+ Bobrowski, L.
Neural Network Training with Second Order Algorithms (463-476)
	+ Yu, H.
	+ Wilamowski, B. M.
Complex Neural Models of Dynamic Complex Systems: Study of the Global Quality Criterion and Results (477-495)
	+ Dralus, G.

Bookmark: E.Ceri.2012
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Search Computing: Broadening Web Search
Series Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7538
Editor: Ceri, Stefano
Editor: Brambilla, Marco
Date: 2012
Number of Chapters: 16
Pages: 254
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-34213-4
Standard number: ISBN: 978-3-642-34212-7 (print), 978-3-642-34213-4 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== EXTRACTION AND INTEGRATION ==
Web Data Reconciliation: Models and Experiences (1-15)
	+ Blanco, Lorenzo
	+ Crescenzi, Valter
	+ Merialdo, Paolo
	+ Papotti, Paolo
A Domain Independent Framework for Extracting Linked Semantic Data from Tables (16-33)
	+ Mulwad, Varish
	+ Finin, Tim
	+ Joshi, Anupam
Knowledge Extraction from Structured Sources (34-52)
	+ Unbehauen, Jörg
	+ Hellmann, Sebastian
	+ Auer, Sören
	+ Stadler, Claus
Extracting Information from Google Fusion Tables (53-67)
	+ Brambilla, Marco
	+ Ceri, Stefano
	+ Cinefra, Nicola
	+ Sarma, Anish Das
	+ Forghieri, Fabio
	+ al, et
Materialization of Web Data Sources (68-81)
	+ Bozzon, Alessandro
	+ Ceri, Stefano
	+ Zagorac, Srdan
== QUERY AND VISUALIZATION PARADIGMS ==
Natural Language Interfaces to Data Services (82-97)
	+ Guerrisi, Vincenzo
	+ Torre, Pietro La
	+ Quarteroni, Silvia
Mobile Multi-domain Search over Structured Web Data (98-110)
	+ Aral, Atakan
	+ Akin, Ilker Zafer
	+ Brambilla, Marco
Clustering and Labeling of Multi-dimensional Mixed Structured Data (111-126)
	+ Brambilla, Marco
	+ Zanoni, Massimiliano
Visualizing Search Results: Engineering Visual Patterns Development for the Web (127-142)
	+ Morales-Chaparro, Rober
	+ Preciado, Juan Carlos
	+ Sánchez-Figueroa, Fernando
== EXPLORING LINKED DATA ==
Extending SPARQL Algebra to Support Efficient Evaluation of Top-K SPARQL Queries (143-156)
	+ Bozzon, Alessandro
	+ Valle, Emanuele Della
	+ Magliacane, Sara
Thematic Clustering and Exploration of Linked Data (157-175)
	+ Castano, Silvana
	+ Ferrara, Alfio
	+ Montanelli, Stefano
Support for Reusable Explorations of Linked Data in the Semantic Web (176-190)
	+ Cohen, Marcelo
	+ Schwabe, Daniel
== GAMES, SOCIAL SEARCH AND ECONOMICS ==
A Survey on Proximity Measures for Social Networks (191-206)
	+ Cohen, Sara
	+ Kimelfeld, Benny
	+ Koutrika, Georgia
Extending Search to Crowds: A Model-Driven Approach (207-222)
	+ Bozzon, Alessandro
	+ Brambilla, Marco
	+ Ceri, Stefano
	+ Mauri, Andrea
BetterRelations: Collecting Association Strengths for Linked Data Triples with a Game (223-239)
	+ Hees, Jörn
	+ Roth-Berghofer, Thomas
	+ Biedert, Ralf
	+ Adrian, Benjamin
	+ Dengel, Andreas
An Incentive-Compatible Revenue-Sharing Mechanism for the Economic Sustainability of Multi-domain Search Based on Advertising (240-254)
	+ Brambilla, Marco
	+ Ceppi, Sofia
	+ Gatti, Nicola
	+ Gerding, Enrico H.

Bookmark: E.Jacko.12
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The human-computer interaction handbook: fundamentals, evolving technologies, and emerging applications
Editor: Jacko, Julie A.
Date: 2012
Pages: 1518
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4398-2943-1, 1-4398-2943-8 oclc: 441142179
Note: Third edition
Weblink: www.taylorandfrancis.com/books/details/9781439829431/
Contents:
Introduction: A Moving Target: The Evolution of Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Grudin, Jonathan
Humans in HCI
	Perceptual-Motor Interaction: Some Implications for Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Welsh, Timothy N.
		+ Chandrasekharan, Sanjay
		+ Ray, Matthew
		+ Neyedli, Heather
		+ Chua, Romeo
		+ Weeks, Daniel J.
	Human Information Processing: An Overview for Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Proctor, Robert W.
		+ Vu, Kim-Phuong L.
	Mental Models in Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Payne, Stephen J.
	Task Loading and Stress in Human-Computer Interaction: Theoretical Frameworks and Mitigation Strategies
		+ Szalma, James L.
		+ Hancock, Gabriella M.
		+ Hancock, Peter A.
	Choices and Decisions of Computer Users
		+ Jameson, Anthony
Computers in HCI
	Input Technologies and Techniques
		+ Hinckley, Ken
		+ Wigdor, Daniel
	Sensor- and Recognition-Based Input for Interaction
		+ Wilson, Andrew D.
	Visual Displays
		+ Schlick, Christopher M.
		+ Winkelholz, Carsten
		+ Ziefle, Martina
		+ Mertens, Alexander
	Haptic Interface
		+ Iwata, Hiroo
	Nonspeech Auditory and Crossmodal Output
		+ Hoggan, Eve
		+ Brewster, Stephen
	Network-Based Interaction
		+ Dix, Alan
	Wearable Computers
		+ Siewiorek, Daniel
		+ Smailagic, Asim
		+ Starner, Thad
	Design of Fixed, Portable, and Mobile Information Devices
		+ Smith, Michael J.
		+ Carayon, Pascale
Designing Human-Computer Interactions
	Visual Design Principles for Usable Interfaces: Everything Is Designed: Why We Should Think before Doing
		+ Watzman, Suzanne
		+ Re, Margaret
	Globalization, Localization, and Cross-Cultural User-Interface Design
		+ Marcus, Aaron
		+ Gould, Emilie W.
	Speech and Language Interfaces, Applications, and Technologies
		+ Karat, Clare-Marie
		+ Lai, Jennifer
		+ Stewart, Osamuyimen
		+ Yankelovich, Nicole
	Multimedia User Interface Design
		+ Sutcliffe, Alistair
	Multimodal Interfaces
		+ Oviatt, Sharon
	Systems That Adapt to Their Users
		+ Jameson, Anthony
		+ Gajos, Krzysztof Z.
	Mobile Interaction Design in the Age of Experience Ecosystems
		+ Susani, Marco
	Tangible User Interfaces
		+ Ishii, Hiroshi
		+ Ullmer, Brygg
	Achieving Psychological Simplicity: Measures and Methods to Reduce Cognitive Complexity
		+ Thomas, John C.
		+ Richards, John T.
	Information Visualization
		+ Card, Stuart
	Collaboration Technologies
		+ Olson, Gary M.
		+ Olson, Judith S.
	Human-Computer Interaction and the Web
		+ Ashman, Helen
		+ Dagger, Declan
		+ Brailsford, Tim
		+ Goulding, James
		+ O'Sullivan, Declan
		+ Schmakeit, Jan-Felix
		+ Wade, Vincent
	Human-Centered Design of Decision-Support Systems
		+ Smith, Philip J.
		+ Beatty, Roger
		+ Hayes, Caroline C.
		+ Larson, Adam
		+ Geddes, Norman D.
		+ Dorneich, Michael C.
	Online Communities
		+ Zaphiris, Panayiotis
		+ Ang, Chee Siang
		+ Laghos, Andrew
	Virtual Environments
		+ Stanney, Kay M.
		+ Cohn, Joseph V.
	Privacy, Security, and Trust: Human-Computer Interaction Challenges and Opportunities at Their Intersection
		+ Karat, John
		+ Karat, Clare-Marie
		+ Brodie, Carolyn
Application-/Domain-Specific Design
	Human-Computer Interaction in Health Care
		+ Sainfort, François
		+ Jacko, Julie A.
		+ McClellan, Molly A.
		+ Edwards, Paula J.
	Why We Play: Affect and the Fun of Games -- Designing Emotions for Games, Entertainment Interfaces, and Interactive Products
		+ Lazzaro, Nicole
	Motor Vehicle-Driver Interfaces
		+ Green, Paul A.
	Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace
		+ Landry, Steven J.
	User-Centered Design in Games Randy J. Pagulayan
		+ Keeker, Kevin
		+ Fuller, Thomas
		+ Wixon, Dennis
		+ Romero, Ramon L.
		+ Gunn, Daniel V.
Designing for Diversity
	Older Adults and Information Technology: Opportunities and Challenges
		+ Czaja, Sara J.
		+ Lee, Chin Chin
	Human-Computer Interaction for Kids
		+ Bruckman, Amy
		+ Bandlow, Alisa
		+ Dimond, Jill
		+ Forte, Andrea
	Information Technology for Communication and Cognitive Support
		+ Newell, Alan F.
		+ Carmichael, Alex
		+ Gregor, Peter
		+ Alm, Norman
		+ Waller, Annalu
		+ Hanson, Vicki L.
		+ Pullin, Graham
		+ Hoey, Jesse
	Perceptual Impairments: New Advancements Promoting Technological Access
		+ Jacko, Julie A.
		+ Leonard, V. Kathlene
		+ McClellan, Molly A.
		+ Scott, Ingrid U.
	Universal Accessibility and Low-Literacy Populations: Implications for Human-Computer Interaction Design and Research Methods
		+ Gribbons, William M.
	Computing Technologies for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users
		+ Hanson, Vicki L.
The Development Process
Section A Requirements Specification
	User Experience Requirements Analysis within the Usability Engineering Lifecycle
		+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
		+ Follansbee, Todd J.
	Task Analysis
		+ Courage, Catherine
		+ Jain, Jhilmil
		+ Redish, Janice (Ginny)
		+ Wixon, Dennis
	Contextual Design
		+ Holtzblatt, Karen
	Grounded Theory Method in Human-Computer Interaction and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
		+ Muller, Michael J.
		+ Kogan, Sandra
	An Ethnographic Approach to Design
		+ Blomberg, Jeanette
		+ Burrell, Mark
Section B Design and Development
	Putting Personas to Work: Employing User Personas to Focus Product Planning, Design, and Development
		+ Pruitt, John
		+ Adlin, Tamara
	Prototyping Tools and Techniques
		+ Beaudouin-Lafon, Michel
		+ Mackay, Wendy E.
	Scenario-Based Design
		+ Rosson, Mary Beth
		+ Carroll, John M.
	Participatory Design: The Third Space in Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Muller, Michael J.
		+ Druin, Allison
	Unified User Interface Development: A Software Refactoring Perspective
		+ Savidis, Anthony
		+ Stephanidis, Constantine
	Usability + Persuasiveness + Graphic Design = eCommerce User Experience
		+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
	Human-Computer Interaction and Software Engineering for User Interface Plasticity
		+ Coutaz, Joëlle
		+ Calvary, Gaëlle
Section C Testing, Evaluation, and Technology Transfer
	Usability Testing
		+ Dumas, Joseph S.
		+ Fox, Jean E.
	Usability for Engaged Users: The Naturalistic Approach to Evaluation
		+ Siegel, David
	Survey Design and Implementation in HCI
		+ Ozok, A. Ant
	Inspection-Based Evaluations
		+ Cockton, Gilbert
		+ Woolrych, Alan
		+ Hornbæk, Kasper
		+ Frøkjær, Erik
	Model-Based Evaluation
		+ Kieras, David
	Spreadsheet Tool for Simple Cost-Benefit Analyses of User Experience Engineering
		+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
	Technology Transfer
		+ Schofield, Kevin M.
Emerging Phenomena in HCI
	Augmenting Cognition in HCI: Twenty-First Century Adaptive System Science and Technology
		+ Hale, Kelly S.
		+ Stanney, Kay M.
		+ Schmorrow, Dylan D.
	Social Networks and Social Media
		+ McClellan, Molly A.
		+ Jacko, Julie A.
		+ Sainfort, François
		+ Johnson, Layne M.
	Human-Computer Interaction for Development: Changing Human-Computer Interaction to Change the World
		+ Dray, Susan M.
		+ Light, Ann
		+ Dearden, Andrew M.
		+ Evers, Vanessa
		+ Densmore, Melissa
		+ Ramachandran, Divya
		+ Kam, Matthew
		+ Marsden, Gary
		+ Sambasivan, Nithya
		+ Smyth, Thomas
		+ van Greunen, Darelle
		+ Winters, Niall

Bookmark: E.Gallud.2011
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Distributed User Interfaces: Designing Interfaces for the Distributed Ecosystem
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Gallud, José A.
Editor: Tesoriero, Ricardo
Editor: Penichet, Victor M. R.
Date: 2011
Number of Chapters: 20
Pages: 184
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4471-2271-5
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4471-2270-8 (print), 978-1-4471-2271-5 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Distributed User Interfaces: State of the Art (1-12)
	+ Elmqvist, Niklas
Distributed User Interfaces: Specification of Essential Properties (13-21)
	+ Peñalver, A.
	+ López-Espín, J. J.
	+ Gallud, J. A.
	+ Lazcorreta, E.
	+ al, et
Distribution Primitives for Distributed User Interfaces (23-31)
	+ Melchior, Jérémie
	+ Vanderdonckt, Jean
	+ Van Roy, Peter
Extending MARIA to Support Distributed User Interfaces (33-40)
	+ Manca, Marco
	+ Paternò, Fabio
Developing a DUI Based Operator Control Station (41-49)
	+ Fröberg, Anders
	+ Eriksson, Henrik
	+ Berglund, Erik
Software Infrastructure for Enriching Distributed User Interfaces with Awareness (51-58)
	+ Sendín, Montserrat
	+ López, Juan Miguel
Improving Ubiquitous Environments Through Collaborative Features (59-66)
	+ Garrido, Juan Enrique
	+ Penichet, Víctor M. R.
	+ Lozano, María D.
Activity-Based Computing -- Metaphors and Technologies for Distributed User Interfaces (67-74)
	+ Bardram, Jakob
	+ Doryab, Afsaneh
	+ Gueddana, Sofiane
Improving E-Learning Using Distributed User Interfaces (75-85)
	+ Fardoun, Habib M.
	+ López, Sebastián Romero
	+ al, et
ZOIL: A Design Paradigm and Software Framework for Post-WIMP Distributed User Interfaces (87-94)
	+ Zöllner, Michael
	+ Jetter, Hans-Christian
	+ Reiterer, Harald
Lessons Learned from the Design and Implementation of Distributed Post-WIMP User Interfaces (95-102)
	+ Seifried, Thomas
	+ Jetter, Hans-Christian
	+ Haller, Michael
	+ al, et
Investigating the Design Space for Multi-display Environments (103-112)
	+ Kaviani, Nima
	+ Finke, Matthias
	+ Lea, Rodger
	+ Fels, Sidney
Distributed User Interfaces for Projector Phones (113-123)
	+ Löchtefeld, Markus
	+ Gehring, Sven
	+ Krüger, Antonio
Drag & Share: A Shared Workspace for Distributed Synchronous Collaboration (125-132)
	+ Marco, Félix Albertos
	+ Penichet, Víctor M. R.
	+ Gallud, José A.
Distributed Interactive Surfaces: A Step Towards the Distribution of Tangible and Virtual Objects (133-143)
	+ Lepreux, Sophie
	+ Kubicki, Sébastien
	+ Kolski, Christophe
	+ al, et
Multi-touch Collaborative DUI to Create Mobile Services (145-151)
	+ Sebastián, Gabriel
	+ Villanueva, Pedro G.
	+ Tesoriero, Ricardo
	+ al, et
Co-Interactive Table: A New Facility Based on Distributed User Interfaces to Improve Collaborative Meetings (153-160)
	+ de la Guía, Elena
	+ Lozano, María D.
	+ Penichet, Víctor M. R.
Exploring Distributed User Interfaces in Ambient Intelligent Environments (161-168)
	+ Dadlani, Pavan
	+ Emparanza, Jorge Peregrín
	+ Markopoulos, Panos
Visually Augmented Interfaces for Co-located Mobile Collaboration (169-176)
	+ Ens, Barrett
	+ Eskicioglu, Rasit
	+ Irani, Pourang
Supporting Distributed Decision Making Using Secure Distributed User Interfaces (177-184)
	+ Barth, Thomas
	+ Fielenbach, Thomas
	+ Bourimi, Mohamed
	+ al, et

Bookmark: E.Douglas.2011
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Global Usability
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Douglas, Ian
Editor: Liu, Zhengjie
Date: 2011
Number of Chapters: 20
Pages: 345
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-0-85729-304-6
Standard number: ISBN: 978-0-85729-303-9 (print), 978-0-85729-304-6 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== ISSUES RELATING TO GLOBAL USABILITY ==
Global/Local Usability: Locally Contextualized Usability in the Global South (9-22)
	+ Best, Michael L.
	+ Smyth, Thomas N.
Issues in Adapting Usability Testing for Global Usability (23-38)
	+ Smith, Andy
Website Design and Trust Across Cultures (39-55)
	+ Cyr, Dianne
International Contextual Field Research (57-88)
	+ Siegel, David A.
	+ Dray, Susan M.
== COUNTRY PROFILES ==
Usability in Brazil (91-109)
	+ Prates, Raquel Oliveira
	+ Filgueiras, Lucia Vilela Leite
Usability in China (111-135)
	+ Liu, Zhengjie
	+ Zhang, Jun
	+ Zhang, Haixin
	+ Chen, Junliang
Usability in the Czech Republic (137-152)
	+ Slavik, Pavel
	+ Mikovec, Zdenek
Usability in India (153-168)
	+ Joshi, Anirudha
	+ Gupta, Saurabh
Usability in Israel (169-194)
	+ Eliav, Omri
	+ Sharon, Tomer
Usability in Japan (195-209)
	+ Kurosu, Masaaki
Usability in Malaysia (211-222)
	+ Yeo, Alvin W.
	+ Chiu, Po-Chan
	+ Lim, Tek-Yong
	+ Tan, Ping-Ping
	+ Lim, Terrin
	+ Hussein, Idyawati
Usability in Mexico (223-236)
	+ Rocha, Mario A. Moreno
Usability in Aotearoa/New Zealand (237-245)
	+ Apperley, Mark D.
	+ Nichols, David M.
Usability in Philippines (247-254)
	+ Castillo-Matias, Aura
	+ Seva, Rosemary R.
Usability in Poland (255-271)
	+ Sikorski, Marcin
	+ Marasek, Krzysztof
Usability in Russia (273-284)
	+ Belyshkin, Alexandr
Usability in Singapore (285-307)
	+ Lim, Kee Yong
Usability in Korea -- From GUI to User Experience Design (309-331)
	+ Lee, Kun-Pyo
	+ Lee, Ji-Hyun
Usability in Thailand (333-345)
	+ Sakol, Teeravarunyou

Bookmark: E.Paterno.2011
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Migratory Interactive Applications for Ubiquitous Environments
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Paternò, Fabio
Date: 2011
Number of Chapters: 11
Pages: 175
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-0-85729-250-6
Standard number: ISBN: 978-0-85729-249-0 (print), 978-0-85729-250-6 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Introduction (1-7)
	+ Paternò, Fabio
State of the Art in Migration (9-23)
	+ Paternò, Fabio
	+ Santoro, Carmen
	+ Olsen, Rasmus
Migration Opportunities (25-30)
	+ Grasselli, Agnese
	+ Vangelista, Alessandro
	+ al, et
The OPEN Migration Platform Architecture (31-44)
	+ Martin, Miquel
User Interface Migration Based on the Use of Logical Descriptions (45-59)
	+ Ghiani, Giuseppe
	+ Paternò, Fabio
	+ al, et
Service Migration Network Support (61-94)
	+ Olsen, Rasmus
	+ Højgaard-Hansen, Kim
	+ al, et
Dynamic Reconfiguration of Application Logic During Application Migration (95-107)
	+ Klus, Holger
	+ Schindler, Björn
	+ Rausch, Andreas
Design and Development of a Migratory Application Based on OPEN Migration Service Platform (109-135)
	+ Cherchi, Giancarlo
	+ Mureddu, Francesca
Next-Generation Migratory Emergency Management Application (137-148)
	+ Schmidt, Kay-Uwe
	+ Milanova, Veselina
	+ al, et
Integration of User Interface Migration and Application Logic Reconfiguration: An Example in the Game Domain (149-161)
	+ Ghiani, Giuseppe
	+ Klus, Holger
	+ Paternò, Fabio
	+ al, et
The Usability Evaluation and the Programmability Assessment of Migration (163-175)
	+ Grasselli, Agnese
	+ Vangelista, Alessandro
	+ al, et

Bookmark: E.Muller.2011
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Pervasive Advertising
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Müller, Jörg
Editor: Alt, Florian
Editor: Michelis, Daniel
Date: 2011
Number of Chapters: 17
Pages: 360
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-0-85729-352-7
Standard number: ISBN: 978-0-85729-351-0 (print), 978-0-85729-352-7 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Pervasive Advertising (1-29)
	+ Müller, Jörg
	+ Alt, Florian
	+ Michelis, Daniel
Digital Out-of-Home Media: Means and Effects of Digital Media in Public Space (31-56)
	+ Stalder, Ursula
Meaningful Advertising (57-81)
	+ van Waart, Peter
	+ Mulder, Ingrid
	+ de Bont, Cees
Activity-Based Advertising (83-101)
	+ Partridge, Kurt
	+ Begole, Bo
A Standard for Digital Signage Privacy (103-117)
	+ Geiger, Harley Lorenz
Targeted Advertising on the Handset: Privacy and Security Challenges (119-137)
	+ Haddadi, Hamed
	+ Hui, Pan
	+ Henderson, Tristan
	+ Brown, Ian
Opportunities and Challenges of Interactive Public Displays as an Advertising Medium (139-157)
	+ José, Rui
	+ Cardoso, Jorge C. S.
Conceptualizing Context for Pervasive Advertising (159-183)
	+ Bauer, Christine
	+ Spiekermann, Sarah
Managing Advertising Context (185-205)
	+ Strohbach, Martin
	+ Bauer, Martin
	+ Martin, Miquel
	+ Hebgen, Benjamin
Social Networks in Pervasive Advertising and Shopping (207-225)
	+ Spiegler, Erica Dubach
	+ Hildebrand, Christian
	+ Michahelles, Florian
Adapting News and Advertisements to Groups (227-246)
	+ De Carolis, Berardina
Deploying Pervasive Advertising in a Farmers' Market (247-267)
	+ Wakeman, Ian
	+ Light, Ann
	+ Robinson, Jon
	+ Chalmers, Dan
	+ Basu, Anirban
Rural Communities and Pervasive Advertising (269-286)
	+ Taylor, Nick
	+ Cheverst, Keith
Attentional Behavior of Users on the Move Towards Pervasive Advertising Media (287-307)
	+ Schrammel, Johann
	+ Mattheiss, Elke
	+ Döbelt, Susen
	+ Paletta, Lucas
	+ al, et
Ambient Persuasion in the Shopping Context (309-323)
	+ Reitberger, Wolfgang
	+ Meschtscherjakov, Alexander
	+ Mirlacher, Thomas
	+ al, et
Interacting with Sound (325-342)
	+ Meier, Max
	+ Beyer, Gilbert
Scent Marketing: Making Olfactory Advertising Pervasive (343-360)
	+ Emsenhuber, Bernadette

Bookmark: E.Jorge.2011
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Sketch-based Interfaces and Modeling
Editor: Jorge, Joaquim
Editor: Samavati, Faramarz
Date: 2011
Number of Chapters: 14
Pages: 395
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84882-812-4
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84882-811-7 (print), 978-1-84882-812-4 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== SKETCH-BASED INTERFACES ==
Multi-domain Hierarchical Free-Sketch Recognition Using Graphical Models (19-54)
	+ Alvarado, Christine
Minimizing Modes for Smart Selection in Sketching/Drawing Interfaces (55-80)
	+ Saund, Eric
	+ Lank, Edward
Mathematical Sketching: An Approach to Making Dynamic Illustrations (81-118)
	+ Joseph J. LaViola Jr., 	+ 
Pen-based Interfaces for Engineering and Education (119-152)
	+ Stahovich, Thomas F.
Flexible Parts-based Sketch Recognition (153-179)
	+ van de Panne, Michiel
	+ Sharon, Dana
Sketch-based Retrieval of Vector Drawings (181-201)
	+ Fonseca, Manuel J.
	+ Ferreira, Alfredo
	+ Jorge, Joaquim A.
== SKETCH-BASED MODELING ==
A Sketching Interface for Freeform 3D Modeling (205-223)
	+ Igarashi, Takeo
The Creation and Modification of 3D Models Using Sketches and Curves (225-253)
	+ Nealen, Andrew
	+ Alexa, Marc
Sketch-based Modeling and Assembling with Few Strokes (255-286)
	+ Severn, Aaron
	+ Samavati, Faramarz F.
	+ Cherlin, Joseph J.
	+ Sousa, Mario Costa
	+ al, et
ShapeShop: Free-Form 3D Design with Implicit Solid Modeling (287-312)
	+ Schmidt, Ryan
	+ Wyvill, Brian
Inferring 3D Free-Form Shapes from Complex Contour Drawings (313-340)
	+ Karpenko, Olga
	+ Hughes, John F.
The Creation and Modification of 3D Models Using Sketches and Curves (341-367)
	+ Kara, Levent Burak
	+ Shimada, Kenji
Dressing and Hair-Styling Virtual Characters from a Sketch (369-395)
	+ Wither, Jamie
	+ Cani, Marie-Paule

Bookmark: E.England.2011
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Whole Body Interaction
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: England, David
Date: 2011
Number of Chapters: 16
Pages: 207
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-0-85729-433-3
Standard number: ISBN: 978-0-85729-432-6 (print), 978-0-85729-433-3 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Whole Body Interaction: An Introduction (1-5)
	+ England, David
Springboard: Designing Image Schema Based Embodied Interaction for an Abstract Domain (7-18)
	+ Antle, Alissa N.
	+ Corness, Greg
	+ Bevans, Allen
Whole Body Interaction in Abstract Domains (19-34)
	+ Holland, Simon
	+ Wilkie, Katie
	+ Bouwer, Anders
	+ Dalgleish, Mat
	+ al, et
Mirrored Motion: Augmenting Reality and Implementing Whole Body Gestural Control Using Pervasive Body Motion Capture Based on Wireless Sensors (35-50)
	+ Smit, Philip
	+ Barrie, Peter
	+ Komninos, Andreas
	+ Mandrychenko, Oleksii
Sharing and Stretching Space with Full Body Tracking (51-62)
	+ Krum, David M.
	+ Suma, Evan A.
	+ Bolas, Mark
Waggling the Form Baton: Analyzing Body-Movement-Based Design Patterns in Nintendo Wii Games, Toward Innovation of New Possibilities for Social and Emotional Experience (63-73)
	+ Isbister, Katherine
	+ DiMauro, Christopher
Exploring Bodily Engaging Artifacts Among Golfers, Skaters and Dancers (75-85)
	+ Johansson, Carolina
	+ Tholander, Jakob
Whole Body Large Display Interfaces for Users and Designers (87-100)
	+ Shoemaker, Garth
	+ Booth, Kellogg S.
Observations on Experience and Flow in Movement-Based Interaction (101-119)
	+ Nijholt, Anton
	+ Pasch, Marco
	+ van Dijk, Betsy
	+ Reidsma, Dennis
	+ al, et
Capacitive Sensors for Whole Body Interaction (121-133)
	+ Wimmer, Raphael
Towards a Whole Body Sensing Platform for Healthcare Applications (135-149)
	+ Fergus, P.
	+ Haggerty, J.
	+ Taylor, M.
	+ Bracegirdle, L.
Feasibility of Using a Head-Mounted Camera to Capture Dynamic Facial Expressions During Body Movement (151-162)
	+ Crane, Elizabeth A.
	+ Gross, M. Melissa
	+ Fredrickson, Barbara L.
Body Gestures for Office Desk Scenarios (163-172)
	+ Vatavu, Radu-Daniel
	+ Ungurean, Ovidiu-Ciprian
	+ al, et
Gesture-Based Interfaces: Practical Applications of Gestures in Real World Mobile Settings (173-186)
	+ Rico, Julie
	+ Crossan, Andrew
	+ Brewster, Stephen
Estimation of Interest from Physical Actions Captured by Familiar User Device (187-195)
	+ Fujisawa, Kumiko
	+ Aihara, Kenro
Towards a Framework for Whole Body Interaction with Geospatial Data (197-207)
	+ Daiber, Florian
	+ Schöning, Johannes
	+ Krüger, Antonio

Bookmark: E.Tan.2010
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Brain-Computer Interfaces: Applying our Minds to Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Tan, Desney S.
Editor: Nijholt, Anton
Date: 2010
Number of Chapters: 15
Pages: 274
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84996-272-8
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84996-271-1 (print), 978-1-84996-272-8 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== OVERVIEW AND TECHNIQUES ==
Brain-Computer Interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction (3-19)
	+ Tan, Desney
	+ Nijholt, Anton
Neural Control Interfaces (21-33)
	+ Jackson, Melody Moore
	+ Mappus, Rudolph
Could Anyone Use a BCI? (35-54)
	+ Allison, Brendan Z.
	+ Neuper, Christa
Using Rest Class and Control Paradigms for Brain Computer Interfacing (55-70)
	+ Fazli, Siamac
	+ Danóczy, Márton
	+ Popescu, Florin
	+ Blankertz, Benjamin
	+ Müller, Klaus-Robert
EEG-Based Navigation from a Human Factors Perspective (71-86)
	+ Thurlings, Marieke E.
	+ van Erp, Jan B. F.
	+ Brouwer, Anne-Marie
	+ Werkhoven, Peter J.
== APPLICATIONS ==
Applications for Brain-Computer Interfaces (89-103)
	+ Jackson, Melody Moore
	+ Mappus, Rudolph
Direct Neural Control of Anatomically Correct Robotic Hands (105-119)
	+ Widge, Alik S.
	+ Moritz, Chet T.
	+ Matsuoka, Yoky
Functional Near-Infrared Sensing (fNIR) and Environmental Control Applications (121-132)
	+ Nishimura, Erin M.
	+ Rapoport, Evan D.
	+ Wubbels, Peter M.
	+ Downs, Traci H.
	+ al, et
Cortically-Coupled Computer Vision (133-148)
	+ Sajda, Paul
	+ Pohlmeyer, Eric
	+ Wang, Jun
	+ Hanna, Barbara
	+ Parra, Lucas C.
	+ Chang, Shih-Fu
Brain-Computer Interfacing and Games (149-178)
	+ Bos, Danny Plass-Oude
	+ Reuderink, Boris
	+ van de Laar, Bram
	+ Gürkök, Hayrettin
	+ al, et
== BRAIN SENSING IN ADAPTIVE USER INTERFACES ==
Enhancing Human-Computer Interaction with Input from Active and Passive Brain-Computer Interfaces (181-199)
	+ Zander, Thorsten O.
	+ Kothe, Christian
	+ Jatzev, Sabine
	+ Gaertner, Matti
Brain-Based Indices for User System Symbiosis (201-219)
	+ van Erp, Jan B. F.
	+ Veltman, Hans (J. A.)
	+ Grootjen, Marc
From Brain Signals to Adaptive Interfaces: Using fNIRS in HCI (221-237)
	+ Girouard, Audrey
	+ Solovey, Erin Treacy
	+ Hirshfield, Leanne M.
	+ Peck, Evan M.
	+ al, et
== TOOLS ==
MATLAB-Based Tools for BCI Research (241-259)
	+ Delorme, Arnaud
	+ Kothe, Christian
	+ Vankov, Andrey
	+ Bigdely-Shamlo, Nima
	+ Oostenveld, Robert
	+ al, et
Using BCI2000 for HCI-Centered BCI Research (261-274)
	+ Wilson, Adam
	+ Schalk, Gerwin

Bookmark: E.Lahlou.2010
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing User Friendly Augmented Work Environments: From Meeting Rooms to Digital Collaborative Spaces
Series Title: Computer Supported Cooperative Work
Editor: Lahlou, Saadi
Date: 2010
Number of Chapters: 10
Pages: 312
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84800-098-8
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84800-097-1 (print), 978-1-84800-098-8 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Augmented Environments and Design (1-29)
	+ Lahlou, Saadi
The Stanford Interactive Workspaces Project (31-61)
	+ Johanson, Brad
	+ Fox, Armando
	+ Winograd, Terry
Towards a Global Concept of Collaborative Space (63-85)
	+ Hartkopf, Volker
	+ Loftness, Vivian
	+ al, et
Designing an Easy-to-use Executive Conference Room Control System (87-112)
	+ Back, Maribeth
	+ Golovchinsky, Gene
	+ al, et
Experimental Reality: Principles for the Design of Augmented Environments (113-157)
	+ Lahlou, Saadi
Co-design Approaches for Early Phases of Augmented Environments (159-189)
	+ Jégou, François
Ubiquitous Working Environments (191-212)
	+ Jansson, Carl Gustaf
Psychological Methods for the Study of Augmented Environments (213-236)
	+ Nosulenko, Valery N.
	+ Samoylenko, Elena S.
Opportunities and Challenges for Augmented Environments: A Distributed Cognition Perspective (237-259)
	+ Hollan, James D.
	+ Hutchins, Edwin L.
The Aachen Media Space: Design Patterns for Augmented Work Environments (261-312)
	+ Borchers, Jan

Bookmark: E.Bernhaupt.2010
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Evaluating User Experience in Games: Concepts and Methods
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Bernhaupt, Regina
Date: 2010
Number of Chapters: 13
Pages: 256
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84882-963-3
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84882-962-6 (print), 978-1-84882-963-3 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== INTRODUCTION TO EVALUATION OF UX ==
User Experience Evaluation in Entertainment (3-7)
	+ Bernhaupt, Regina
== FRAMEWORKS AND METHODS ==
Enabling Social Play: A Framework for Design and Evaluation (11-22)
	+ Isbister, Katherine
Presence, Involvement, and Flow in Digital Games (23-46)
	+ Takatalo, Jari
	+ Häkkinen, Jukka
	+ Kaistinen, Jyrki
	+ Nyman, Göte
Assessing the Core Elements of the Gaming Experience (47-71)
	+ Calvillo-Gámez, Eduardo H.
	+ Cairns, Paul
	+ Cox, Anna L.
The Life and Tools of a Games Designer (73-87)
	+ Brown, Emily
Investigating Experiences and Attitudes Toward Videogames Using a Semantic Differential Methodology (89-105)
	+ Lemay, Philippe
	+ Maheux-Lessard, Martin
Video Game Development and User Experience (107-128)
	+ McAllister, Graham
	+ White, Gareth R.
== USER EXPERIENCE -- DECOMPOSED ==
User Experience Design for Inexperienced Gamers: GAP -- Game Approachability Principles (131-147)
	+ Desurvire, Heather
	+ Wiberg, Charlotte
Digital Games, the Aftermath: Qualitative Insights into Postgame Experiences (149-163)
	+ Poels, Karolien
	+ IJsselsteijn, Wijnand
	+ de Kort, Yvonne
	+ Van Iersel, Bart
Evaluating User Experience Factors Using Experiments: Expressive Artificial Faces Embedded in Contexts (165-183)
	+ Lankes, Michael
	+ Bernhaupt, Regina
	+ Tscheligi, Manfred
== USER EXPERIENCE -- EVALUATING SPECIAL ASPECTS OF GAMES ==
Evaluating Exertion Games (187-207)
	+ Mueller, Florian 'Floyd'
	+ Bianchi-Berthouze, Nadia
Beyond the Gamepad: HCI and Game Controller Design and Evaluation (197-219)
	+ Brown, Michael
	+ Kehoe, Aidan
	+ Kirakowski, Jurek
	+ Pitt, Ian
Using Heuristics to Evaluate the Overall User Experience of Video Games and Advanced Interaction Games (233-256)
	+ Koeffel, Christina
	+ Hochleitner, Wolfgang
	+ Leitner, Jakob
	+ Haller, Michael
	+ Geven, Arjan
	+ al, et

Bookmark: E.Marcus.2010
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Mobile TV: Customizing Content and Experience: Mobile Storytelling, Creation and Sharing
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Marcus, Aaron
Editor: Roibás, Anxo Cereijo
Editor: Sala, Riccardo
Date: 2010
Number of Chapters: 24
Pages: 372
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84882-701-1
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84882-700-4 (print), 978-1-84882-701-1 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Mobile TV: Customizing Content and Experience (1-2)
	+ Marcus, Aaron
	+ Cereijo-Roibas, Anxo
	+ Sala, Riccardo
== WHAT IT ALL MEANS: SIX PERSPECTIVES ON MOBILE TV ==
Mobile TV's Time to Shine Has Arrived (5-9)
	+ Kitson, Fred
Saddlebags, Paperbacks and Mobile Media (11-13)
	+ Zwick, Carola
The Path Tells a Story (15-19)
	+ Nack, Frank
Introduction to Social TV (21-24)
	+ Harboe, Gunnar
The Sociability of Mobile TV (25-28)
	+ Geerts, David
Interactive TV Narrativity (29-33)
	+ Ursu, Marian F.
== USER EXPERIENCE AND DESIGN OF MOBILE TV IN EVERYDAY LIFE ==
Culture, Interface Design, and Design Methods for Mobile Devices (37-66)
	+ Lee, Kun-pyo
Mobile Video in Everyday Social Interactions (67-80)
	+ Reponen, Erika
	+ Lehikoinen, Jaakko
	+ Impiö, Jussi
Does Mobile Television Enhance a New Television Experience? (81-96)
	+ Lievens, Bram
	+ Vanhengel, Eva
	+ Pierson, Jo
	+ Jacobs, An
== INNOVATION THROUGH CONCEPTUAL AND PARTICIPATORY DESIGN FOR MOBILE MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS ==
An Ambient Intelligence Framework for the Provision of Geographically Distributed Multimedia Content to Mobility Impaired Users (99-119)
	+ Kehagias, Dionysios D
	+ Giakoumis, Dimitris
	+ Tzovaras, Dimitrios
	+ Bekiaris, Evangelos
	+ al, et
Creativity in Interactive TV: Personalize, Share, and Invent Interfaces (121-139)
	+ Vatavu, Radu-Daniel
== UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEXT: DATA GATHERING, REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION METHODOLOGIES ==
Content for Mobile Television: Issues Regarding a New Mass Medium Within Today's ICT Environment (143-163)
	+ Schuurman, Dimitri
	+ De Marez, Lieven
	+ Evens, Tom
Different Attitudes Concerning the Usage of Live Mobile TV and Mobile Video (165-193)
	+ Miyauchi, Koji
	+ Sugahara, Taro
	+ Oda, Hiromi
User Experience Evaluation in the Mobile Context (195-204)
	+ Obrist, Marianna
	+ Meschtscherjakov, Alexander
	+ Tscheligi, Manfred
== CONTEXT AND SOCIABILITY IN MOBILE INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS ==
Social Properties of Mobile Video (207-233)
	+ Mitchell, April Slayden
	+ O'Hara, Kenton
	+ Vorbau, Alex
m-YouTube Mobile UI: Video Selection Based on Social Influence (235-241)
	+ Marcus, Aaron
	+ Perez, Angel
Scenarios of Use for Sociable Mobile TV (243-254)
	+ Chorianopoulos, Konstantinos
"What Are You Viewing?" Exploring the Pervasive Social TV Experience (255-290)
	+ Schatz, Raimund
	+ Baillie, Lynne
	+ Fröhlich, Peter
	+ Egger, Sebastian
	+ Grechenig, Thomas
== ADVANCED INTERACTION MODALITIES WITH MOBILE DIGITAL CONTENT ==
m-LoCoS UI: A Universal Visible Language for Global Mobile Communication (293-304)
	+ Marcus, Aaron
The Future of Mobile TV: When Mobile TV Meets the Internet and Social Networking (305-326)
	+ Montpetit, Marie-José
	+ Klym, Natalie
	+ Blain, Emmanuel
From One to Many Boxes: Mobile Devices as Primary and Secondary Screens (327-348)
	+ Cesar, Pablo
	+ Knoche, Hendrik
	+ Bulterman, Dick C. A.
Watch-and-Comment as an Approach to Collaboratively Annotate Points of Interest in Video and Interactive-TV Programs (349-368)
	+ Pimentel, Maria da Graça C.
	+ Cattelan, Renan G.
	+ Melo, Erick L.
	+ Freitas, Giliard B.
	+ al, et
Conclusion (The Mobile Future) (369-372)
	+ Marcus, Aaron
	+ Sala, Riccardo
	+ Roibás, Anxo Cereijo

Bookmark: E.Cypher.10
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: No Code Required: Giving Users Tools to Transform the Web
Editor: Cypher, Allen
Editor: Dontcheva, Mira
Editor: Lau, Tessa
Editor: Nichols, Jeffrey
Date: 2010
Pages: 512
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-381541-X, 978-0-12-381541-5
Weblink: Companion Web Site
Contents:
Introduction
	End User Programming on the Web
		+ Cypher, Allen
	Why We Customize the Web
		+ Miller, Robert
I. End User Programming Languages for the Web
	Sloppy Programming
		+ Little, Greg
	Mixing the reactive with the personal: Opportunities for end user programming in Personal information management (system)
		+ Van Kleek, Max
	Going beyond PBD: A Play-by-Play and Mixed-initiative Approach (system)
		+ Jung, Hyuckchul
	Rewriting the Web with Chickenfoot (system)
		+ Miller, Robert
	A Goal-Oriented Web Browser (system)
		+ Faaborg, Alexander
II. Systems and Applications
	Clip, Connect, Clone: Combining Application Elements to Build Custom Interfaces for Information Access (system)
		+ Fujima, Jun
	Mash Maker (system)
		+ Ennals, Robert
	Collaborative scripting on the web (system)
		+ Lau, Tessa
	Programming by a Sample: Rapidly Creating Web Applications with d.mix (system)
		+ Hartmann, Björn
	Highlight: End User Mobilization of Existing Web Sites (system)
		+ Nichols, Jeffrey
	Subjunctive Interfaces for the Web
		+ Lunzer, Aran
	From Web Summaries to Search Templates: Automation for Personal Web Content (system)
		+ Dontcheva, Mira
	Access to the Temporal Web Through Zoetrope (system)
		+ Adar, Eytan
	Enabling End Users to Independently Build Accessibility into the Web
		+ Bigham, Jeffrey
	Social Accessibility: A Collaborative Approach For Improving Web Accessibility (system)
		+ Borodin, Yevgen
III. Data Management and Interoperability
	A World Wider than the Web: End User Programming Across Multiple Domains (system)
		+ Haines, Will
	Knowing What You're Talking About: Natural Language Programming of a Multi-Player Online Game (system)
		+ Lieberman, Henry
IV. User Studies
	Mashups for Web-Active End Users
		+ Zang, Nan
	Mashed layers and muddled models: debugging mashup applications
		+ Jones, M. Cameron
	Reuse in the world of end-user programmers
		+ Scaffidi, Christopher
	Using Web Search to Write Programs
		+ Brandt, Joel

Bookmark: E.Bainbridge.2010
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Online Worlds: Convergence of the Real and the Virtual
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Bainbridge, William Sims
Date: 2010
Number of Chapters: 23
Pages: 302
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84882-825-4
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84882-824-7 (print), 978-1-84882-825-4 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Introduction (1-6)
	+ Bainbridge, William Sims
New World View (7-19)
	+ Bainbridge, William Sims
Culture and Creativity: World of Warcraft Modding in China and the US (21-41)
	+ Kow, Yong Ming
	+ Nardi, Bonnie
The Diasporic Game Community: Trans-Ludic Cultures and Latitudinal Research Across Multiple Games and Virtual Worlds (43-56)
	+ Pearce, Celia
	+ Artemesia, 	+ 
Science, Technology, and Reality in The Matrix Online and Tabula Rasa (57-70)
	+ Bainbridge, William Sims
Spore: Assessment of the Science in an Evolution-Oriented Game (71-85)
	+ Bohannon, John
	+ Gregory, T. Ryan
	+ al, et
Medulla: A Cyberinfrastructure-Enabled Framework for Research, Teaching, and Learning with Virtual Worlds (87-100)
	+ Fox, Michelle Roper
	+ Kelly, Henry
	+ al, et
A Virtual Mars (101-109)
	+ Childers, Richard
Opening the Metaverse (111-122)
	+ Lombardi, Julian
	+ Lombardi, Marilyn
A Typology of Ethnographic Scales for Virtual Worlds (123-133)
	+ Boellstorff, Tom
Massively Multiplayer Online Games as Living Laboratories: Opportunities and Pitfalls (135-145)
	+ Ducheneaut, Nicolas
Examining Player Anger in World of Warcraft (147-160)
	+ Barnett, Jane
	+ Coulson, Mark
	+ Foreman, Nigel
Dude Looks like a Lady: Gender Swapping in an Online Game (161-174)
	+ Huh, Searle
	+ Williams, Dmitri
Virtual Doppelgangers: Psychological Effects of Avatars Who Ignore Their Owners (175-186)
	+ Bailenson, Jeremy N.
	+ Segovia, Kathryn Y.
Speaking in Character: Voice Communication in Virtual Worlds (187-200)
	+ Wadley, Greg
	+ Gibbs, Martin R.
What People Talk About in Virtual Worlds (201-212)
	+ Maher, Mary Lou
Changing the Rules: Social Architectures in Virtual Worlds (213-223)
	+ Yee, Nick
Game-Based Virtual Worlds as Decentralized Virtual Activity Systems (225-235)
	+ Scacchi, Walt
When Virtual Worlds Expand (237-251)
	+ Bainbridge, William Sims
Cooperation, Coordination, and Trust in Virtual Teams: Insights from Virtual Games (253-264)
	+ Korsgaard, M. Audrey
	+ Picot, Arnold
	+ al, et
Virtual Worlds for Virtual Organizing (265-278)
	+ Rhoten, Diana
	+ Lutters, Wayne
Future Evolution of Virtual Worlds as Communication Environments (279-288)
	+ Prisco, Giulio
The Future of Virtual Worlds (289-302)
	+ Bainbridge, William Sims
	+ Lutters, Wayne
	+ al, et

Bookmark: E.Peachey.2010
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Researching Learning in Virtual Worlds
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Peachey, Anna
Editor: Gillen, Julia
Editor: Livingstone, Daniel
Editor: Smith-Robbins, Sarah
Date: 2010
Number of Chapters: 10
Pages: 191
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84996-047-2
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84996-046-5 (print), 978-1-84996-047-2 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Virtual Environments: Issues and Opportunities for Researching Inclusive Educational Practices (1-15)
	+ Sheehy, Kieron
Learning, Teaching and Ambiguity in Virtual Worlds (17-30)
	+ Carr, Diane
	+ Oliver, Martin
	+ Burn, Andrew
The Second Life Researcher Toolkit -- An Exploration of Inworld Tools, Methods and Approaches for Researching Educational Projects in Second Life (31-51)
	+ Moschini, Elena
The Schome Park Programme: Exploring Educational Alternatives (53-74)
	+ Twining, Peter
	+ Footring, Shri
New Literacies in Schome Park (75-90)
	+ Gillen, Julia
The Third Place in Second Life: Real Life Community in a Virtual World (91-110)
	+ Peachey, Anna
Design and Delivery of Game-Based Learning for Virtual Patients in Second Life: Initial Findings (111-138)
	+ Toro-Troconis, Maria
	+ Meeran, Karim
	+ Higham, Jenny
	+ al, et
Learning and Teaching in Virtual Worlds: Boundaries, Challenges and Opportunities (139-158)
	+ Thackray, Liz
	+ Good, Judith
	+ Howland, Katherine
Mixed-Methods and Mixed-Worlds: Engaging Globally Distributed User Groups for Extended Evaluation and Studies (159-176)
	+ Livingstone, Daniel
	+ Bloomfield, Peter R.
This is Not a Game -- Social Virtual Worlds, Fun, and Learning (177-191)
	+ Bell, Mark W.
	+ Smith-Robbins, Sarah
	+ Withnail, Greg

Bookmark: E.Muller-Tomfelde.2010
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Tabletops -- Horizontal Interactive Displays
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Müller-Tomfelde, Christian
Date: 2010
Number of Chapters: 18
Pages: 456
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84996-113-4
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84996-112-7 (print), 978-1-84996-113-4 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== UNDER TABLETOPS ==
Building Interactive Multi-touch Surfaces (27-49)
	+ Schöning, Johannes
	+ Hook, Jonathan
	+ Bartindale, Tom
	+ Schmidt, Dominik
	+ Oliver, Patrick
	+ al, et
From Table-System to Tabletop: Integrating Technology into Interactive Surfaces (51-69)
	+ Kunz, Andreas
	+ Fjeld, Morten
High-Resolution Interactive Displays (71-100)
	+ Ashdown, Mark
	+ Tuddenham, Philip
	+ Robinson, Peter
Optical Design of Tabletop Displays and Interactive Applications (101-129)
	+ Kakehi, Yasuaki
	+ Naemura, Takeshi
Hand and Object Recognition on Liquid Crystal Displays (131-146)
	+ Koike, Hideki
	+ Sato, Toshiki
	+ Nishikawa, Wataru
	+ Fukuchi, Kentaro
== ON AND ABOVE TABLETOPS ==
Augmenting Interactive Tabletops with Translucent Tangible Controls (149-170)
	+ Weiss, Malte
	+ Hollan, James D.
	+ Borchers, Jan
Active Tangible Interactions (171-187)
	+ Inami, Masahiko
	+ Sugimoto, Maki
	+ Thomas, Bruce H.
	+ Richter, Jan
Interaction on the Tabletop: Bringing the Physical to the Digital (189-221)
	+ Hilliges, Otmar
	+ Butz, Andreas
	+ Izadi, Shahram
	+ Wilson, Andrew D.
Supporting Atomic User Actions on the Table (223-247)
	+ Aliakseyeu, Dzmitry
	+ Subramanian, Sriram
	+ Alexander, Jason
Imprecision, Inaccuracy, and Frustration: The Tale of Touch Input (249-275)
	+ Benko, Hrvoje
	+ Wigdor, Daniel
On, Above, and Beyond: Taking Tabletops to the Third Dimension (277-299)
	+ Grossman, Tovi
	+ Wigdor, Daniel
== AROUND AND BEYOND TABLETOPS ==
Individual and Group Support in Tabletop Interaction Techniques (303-333)
	+ Nacenta, Miguel A.
	+ Pinelle, David
	+ Gutwin, Carl
	+ Mandryk, Regan
File System Access for Tabletop Interaction (335-355)
	+ Collins, Anthony
	+ Kay, Judy
Theory of Tabletop Territoriality (357-385)
	+ Scott, Stacey D.
	+ Carpendale, Sheelagh
Digital Tables for Collaborative Information Exploration (387-405)
	+ Isenberg, Petra
	+ Hinrichs, Uta
	+ Hancock, Mark
	+ Carpendale, Sheelagh
Coordination and Awareness in Remote Tabletop Collaboration (407-434)
	+ Tuddenham, Philip
	+ Robinson, Peter
Horizontal Interactive Surfaces in Distributed Assemblies (435-456)
	+ Müller-Tomfelde, Christian
	+ O'Hara, Kenton

Bookmark: E.Dubois.2010
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Engineering of Mixed Reality Systems
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Dubois, Emmanuel
Editor: Gray, Philip
Editor: Nigay, Laurence
Date: 2010
Number of Chapters: 21
Pages: 445
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84882-733-2
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84882-732-5 (print), 978-1-84882-733-2 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Introduction (1-6)
	+ Dubois, Emmanuel
	+ Gray, Phil
	+ Nigay, Laurence
== INTERACTION DESIGN ==
An Integrating Framework for Mixed Systems (9-31)
	+ Coutrix, Céline
	+ Nigay, Laurence
A Holistic Approach to Design and Evaluation of Mixed Reality Systems (33-55)
	+ Nilsson, Susanna
	+ Johansson, Björn
	+ Jönsson, Arne
Embedded Mixed Reality Environments (57-78)
	+ Schnädelbach, Holger
	+ Galani, Areti
	+ Flintham, Martin
The Semantic Environment: Heuristics for a Cross-Context Human-Information Interaction Model (79-99)
	+ Resmini, Andrea
	+ Rosati, Luca
Tangible Interaction in Mixed Reality Systems (101-120)
	+ Couture, Nadine
	+ Rivière, Guillaume
	+ Reuter, Patrick
Designing a Mixed Reality Intergenerational Entertainment System (121-141)
	+ Khoo, Eng Tat
	+ Merritt, Tim
	+ Cheok, Adrian David
Auditory-Induced Presence in Mixed Reality Environments and Related Technology (143-163)
	+ Larsson, Pontus
	+ Väljamäe, Aleksander
	+ Västfjäll, Daniel
	+ Tajadura-Jiménez, Ana
	+ Kleiner, Mendel
An Exploration of Exertion in Mixed Reality Systems via the "Table Tennis for Three" Game (165-182)
	+ Mueller, Florian 'Floyd'
	+ Gibbs, Martin R.
	+ Vetere, Frank
Developing Mixed Interactive Systems: A Model-Based Process for Generating and Managing Design Solutions (183-208)
	+ Gauffre, Guillaume
	+ Charfi, Syrine
	+ Bortolaso, Christophe
	+ Bach, Cédric
	+ Dubois, Emmanuel
== SOFTWARE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION ==
Designing Outdoor Mixed Reality Hardware Systems (211-231)
	+ Avery, Benjamin
	+ Smith, Ross T.
	+ Piekarski, Wayne
	+ Thomas, Bruce H.
Multimodal Excitatory Interfaces with Automatic Content Classification (233-250)
	+ Williamson, John
	+ Murray-Smith, Roderick
Management of Tracking for Mixed and Augmented Reality Systems (251-273)
	+ Keitler, Peter
	+ Pustka, Daniel
	+ Huber, Manuel
	+ Echtler, Florian
	+ Klinker, Gudrun
Authoring Immersive Mixed Reality Experiences (275-291)
	+ Misker, Jan M. V.
	+ van der Ster, Jelle
Fiia: A Model-Based Approach to Engineering Collaborative Augmented Reality (293-312)
	+ Wolfe, Christopher
	+ Smith, J. David
	+ Phillips, W. Greg
	+ Graham, T. C. Nicholas
A Software Engineering Method for the Design of Mixed Reality Systems (313-334)
	+ Dupuy-Chessa, S.
	+ Godet-Bar, G.
	+ Pérez-Medina, J.-L.
	+ Rieu, D.
	+ Juras, D.
== APPLICATIONS OF MIXED REALITY ==
Enhancing Health-Care Services with Mixed Reality Systems (337-356)
	+ Stantchev, Vladimir
The eXperience Induction Machine: A New Paradigm for Mixed-Reality Interaction Design and Psychological Experimentation (357-379)
	+ Bernardet, Ulysses
	+ Badia, Sergi Bermúdez i
	+ Duff, Armin
	+ Inderbitzin, Martin
	+ Groux, Sylvain Le
	+ Manzolli, Jônatas
	+ Mathews, Zenon
	+ Mura, Anna
	+ Väljamäe, Aleksander
	+ Verschure, Paul F. M. J
MyCoach: In Situ User Evaluation of a Virtual and Physical Coach for Running (381-397)
	+ Biemans, Margit
	+ Haaker, Timber
	+ Szwajcer, Ellen
The RoboCup Mixed Reality League -- A Case Study (399-418)
	+ Gerndt, Reinhard
	+ Bohnen, Matthias
	+ Guerra, Rodrigo da Silva
	+ Asada, Minoru
== APPLICATIONS OF MIXED REALITY ==
Mixed-Reality Prototypes to Support Early Creative Design (419-445)
	+ Safin, Stéphane
	+ Delfosse, Vincent
	+ Leclercq, Pierre

Bookmark: E.Binder.2009
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: (Re)Searching The Digital Bauhaus
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Binder, Thomas
Editor: Löwgren, Jonas
Editor: Malmborg, Lone
Date: 2009
Number of Chapters: 18
Pages: 352
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84800-350-7
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84800-349-1 (print), 978-1-84800-350-7 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Introduction -- (Re-)Programming Interaction Design (1-12)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Yngve Sundblad (13-41)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Karri Kuutti (43-59)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Liam Bannon (61-77)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Kim Halskov (79-98)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Margot Brereton (99-120)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Jeanette Blomberg (121-144)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Giorgo De Michelis (145-162)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Bill Gaver (163-178)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Eric Zimmerman (179-190)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Johan Redström (191-217)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Sara Ilstedt Hjelm (219-234)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Joan Greenbaum (235-250)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Brenda Laurel (251-274)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Erik Stolterman (275-290)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Peter Ullmark (291-307)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
Frieder Nake (309-331)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone
The Everyday Poetics Of a Digital Bauhaus (333-352)
	+ Binder, Thomas
	+ Löwgren, Jonas
	+ Malmborg, Lone

Bookmark: E.Kuflik.2009
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Advances in Ubiquitous User Modelling: Revised Selected Papers
Series Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5830
Editor: Kuflik, Tsvi
Editor: Berkovsky, Shlomo
Editor: Carmagnola, Francesca
Editor: Heckmann, Dominikus
Editor: Krüger, Antonio
Date: 2009
Number of Chapters: 8
Pages: 158
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-05039-8
Standard number: ISBN: 978-3-642-05038-1 (print), 978-3-642-05039-8 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Addressing Challenges of Ubiquitous User Modeling: Between Mediation and Semantic Integration (1-19)
	+ Berkovsky, Shlomo
	+ Heckmann, Dominikus
	+ Kuflik, Tsvi
Handling Semantic Heterogeneity in Interoperable Distributed User Models (20-36)
	+ Carmagnola, Francesca
A Model for Feature-Based User Model Interoperability on the Web (37-54)
	+ Cena, Federica
	+ Furnari, Roberto
Open Policies for Decentralized User Modeling in Online Communities (55-72)
	+ Muhammad, Tariq
	+ Vassileva, Julita
Automatic Generation of Semantic Metadata as Basis for User Modeling and Adaptation (73-93)
	+ van der Sluijs, Kees
	+ Houben, Geert-Jan
AUGUR: Interface Adaptation for Small Screen Devices (94-110)
	+ Hartmann, Melanie
	+ Schreiber, Daniel
User Modeling for Pedestrian Navigation Services (111-133)
	+ Kikiras, Panayotis
	+ Tsetsos, Vassileios
	+ al, et
Semantic Integration of Adaptive Educational Systems (134-158)
	+ Sosnovsky, Sergey
	+ Brusilovsky, Peter
	+ al, et

Bookmark: E.Markopoulos.2009
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Awareness Systems: Advances in Theory, Methodology and Design
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Markopoulos, Panos
Editor: De Ruyter, Boris
Editor: Mackay, Wendy
Date: 2009
Number of Chapters: 20
Pages: 488
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84882-477-5
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84882-476-8 (print), 978-1-84882-477-5 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== AWARENESS IN CONTEXT ==
An Historical Reflection of Awareness in Collaboration (3-48)
	+ Rittenbruch, Markus
	+ McEwan, Gregor
A Design Framework for Awareness Systems (49-72)
	+ Markopoulos, Panos
Awareness in the Home: The Nuances of Relationships, Domestic Coordination and Communication (73-96)
	+ Greenberg, Saul
	+ Neustaedter, Carman
	+ Elliot, Kathryn
== THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ==
Making Sense of What Is Going on 'Around': Designing Environmental Awareness Information Displays (99-124)
	+ Eggen, Berry
	+ Van Mensvoort, Koert
Social Inference Through Technology (125-147)
	+ Oulasvirta, Antti
Abstractions of Awareness: Aware of What? (149-172)
	+ Metaxas, Georgios
	+ Markopoulos, Panos
Phatic Interactions: Being Aware and Feeling Connected (173-186)
	+ Vetere, Frank
	+ Smith, Jeremy
	+ Gibbs, Martin
Privacy Considerations in Awareness Systems: Designing with Privacy in Mind (187-206)
	+ Patil, Sameer
	+ Kobsa, Alfred
Grounding Privacy with Awareness: A Social Approach to Describe Privacy Related Issues in Awareness Systems (207-229)
	+ Romero, Natalia
	+ Markopoulos, Panos
Awareness Information with Speech and Sound (231-256)
	+ Kainulainen, Anssi
	+ Turunen, Markku
	+ Hakulinen, Jaakko
== APPLICATIONS ==
Awareware: Narrowcasting Attributes for Selective Attention, Privacy, and Multipresence (259-289)
	+ Cohen, Michael
	+ Fernando, Owen Noel Newton
Emotinet: A Framework for the Development of Social Awareness Systems (291-311)
	+ Ibáñez, Jesús
	+ Serrano, Oscar
	+ García, David
Conversational Awareness in Text-Based Computer Mediated Communication (313-333)
	+ Tran, Minh Hong
	+ Yang, Yun
	+ Raikundalia, Gitesh K.
Fostering Social Engagement and Self-Efficacy in Later Life: Studies with Ubiquitous Computing (335-349)
	+ Morris, Margaret E.
	+ Lundell, Jay
	+ Dishongh, Terry
	+ Needham, Brad
Awareness of Daily Life Activities (351-365)
	+ Metaxas, Georgios
	+ Metin, Barbaros
	+ Schneider, Jutta
	+ Markopoulos, Panos
	+ de Ruyter, Boris
Design and Evaluation of Intentionally Enriched Awareness (367-395)
	+ Rittenbruch, Markus
	+ Mansfield, Tim
	+ Viller, Stephen
Situatedness of Awareness Information: Impact on the Design and Usage of Awareness Systems (397-422)
	+ Cheverst, Keith
	+ Dix, Alan
	+ Fitton, Dan
	+ Graham, Connor
	+ Rouncefield, Mark
== EVALUATING AWARENESS SYSTEMS ==
Supporting Family Awareness with the Whereabouts Clock (425-445)
	+ Sellen, Abigail
	+ Taylor, Alex S.
	+ Kaye, Joseph 'Jofish'
	+ Brown, Barry
	+ Izadi, Shahram
Evaluating Peripheral Displays (447-472)
	+ Matthews, Tara
	+ Hsieh, Gary
	+ Mankoff, Jennifer
Measuring Affective Benefits and Costs of Mediated Awareness: Development and Validation of the ABC-Questionnaire (473-488)
	+ IJsselsteijn, Wijnand
	+ van Baren, Joy
	+ Markopoulos, Panos
	+ Romero, Natalia
	+ de Ruyter, Boris

Bookmark: E.Waibel.2009
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computers in the Human Interaction Loop
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Waibel, Alexander
Editor: Stiefelhagen, Rainer
Date: 2009
Number of Chapters: 30
Pages: 371
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84882-054-8
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84882-053-1 (print), 978-1-84882-054-8 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== THE CHIL VISION AND FRAMEWORK ==
Computers in the Human Interaction Loop (3-6)
	+ Waibel, Alex
	+ Steusloff, Hartwig
	+ Stiefelhagen, Rainer
	+ Watson, Kym
== PERCEPTUAL TECHNOLOGIES ==
Perceptual Technologies: Analyzing the Who, What, Where of Human Interaction (9-10)
	+ Stiefelhagen, Rainer
Person Tracking (11-22)
	+ Bernardin, Keni
	+ Stiefelhagen, Rainer
	+ Pnevmatikakis, Aristodemos
	+ Lanz, Oswald
	+ Brutti, Alessio
	+ Casas, Josep R.
	+ Potamianos, Gerasimos
Multimodal Person Identification (23-31)
	+ Pnevmatikakis, Aristodemos
	+ Ekenel, Hazim K.
	+ Barras, Claude
	+ Hernando, Javier
Estimation of Head Pose (33-42)
	+ Voit, Michael
	+ Gourier, Nicolas
	+ Canton-Ferrer, Cristian
	+ Lanz, Oswald
	+ Stiefelhagen, Rainer
	+ Brunelli, Roberto
Automatic Speech Recognition (43-59)
	+ Potamianos, Gerasimos
	+ Lamel, Lori
	+ Wölfel, Matthias
	+ Huang, Jing
	+ Marcheret, Etienne
	+ Barras, Claude
	+ Zhu, Xuan
	+ McDonough, John
	+ Hernando, Javier
	+ Macho, Dusan
	+ Nadeu, Climent
Acoustic Event Detection and Classification (61-73)
	+ Temko, Andrey
	+ Nadeu, Climent
	+ Macho, Dušan
	+ Malkin, Robert
	+ Zieger, Christian
	+ Omologo, Maurizio
Language Technologies: Question Answering in Speech Transcripts (75-86)
	+ Turmo, Jordi
	+ Surdeanu, Mihai
	+ Galibert, Olivier
	+ Rosset, Sophie
Extracting Interaction Cues: Focus of Attention, Body Pose, and Gestures (87-93)
	+ Lanz, Oswald
	+ Brunelli, Roberto
	+ Chippendale, Paul
	+ Voit, Michael
	+ Stiefelhagen, Rainer
Emotion Recognition (95-105)
	+ Neiberg, Daniel
	+ Elenius, Kjell
	+ Burger, Susanne
Activity Classification (107-119)
	+ Nickel, Kai
	+ Pardàs, Montse
	+ Stiefelhagen, Rainer
	+ Canton, Cristian
	+ Landabaso, José Luis
	+ al, et
Situation Modeling (121-132)
	+ Brdiczka, Oliver
	+ Crowley, James L.
	+ Curín, Jan
	+ Kleindienst, Jan
Targeted Audio (133-141)
	+ Olszewski, Dirk
Multimodal Interaction Control (143-157)
	+ Beskow, Jonas
	+ Carlson, Rolf
	+ Edlund, Jens
	+ Granström, Björn
	+ Heldner, Mattias
	+ al, et
Perceptual Component Evaluation and Data Collection (159-176)
	+ Moreau, Nicolas
	+ Mostefa, Djamel
	+ Choukri, Khalid
	+ Stiefelhagen, Rainer
	+ Burger, Susanne
== SERVICES ==
User-Centered Design of CHIL Services: Introduction (179-186)
	+ Pianesi, Fabio
	+ Terken, Jacques
The Collaborative Workspace: A Co-located Tabletop Device to Support Meetings (187-205)
	+ Leonardi, Chiara
	+ Pianesi, Fabio
	+ Tomasini, Daniel
	+ Zancanaro, Massimo
The Memory Jog Service (207-234)
	+ Dimakis, Nikolaos
	+ Soldatos, John
	+ Polymenakos, Lazaros
	+ Sturm, Janienke
	+ Neumann, Joachim
	+ al, et
The Connector Service: Representing Availability for Mobile Communication (235-256)
	+ Danninger, Maria
	+ Robles, Erica
	+ Sukumaran, Abhay
	+ Nass, Clifford
Relational Cockpit (257-270)
	+ Sturm, Janienke
	+ Terken, Jacques
Automatic Relational Reporting to Support Group Dynamics (271-281)
	+ Pianesi, Fabio
	+ Zancanaro, Massimo
	+ Cappelletti, Alessandro
	+ Lepri, Bruno
	+ Not, Elena
== THE CHIL REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE ==
Introduction (285-290)
	+ Dimakis, Nikolaos
	+ Soldatos, John
	+ Polymenakos, Lazaros
The CHIL Reference Model Architecture for Multimodal Perceptual Systems (291-296)
	+ Sutschet, Gerhard
Low-Level Distributed Data Transfer Layer: The ChilFlow Middleware (297-305)
	+ Szeder, Gábor
Perceptual Component Data Models and APIs (307-313)
	+ Dimakis, Nikolaos
	+ Soldatos, John
	+ Polymenakos, Lazaros
	+ Curín, Jan
	+ Kleindienst, Jan
Situation Modeling Layer (315-324)
	+ Kleindienst, Jan
	+ Curín, Jan
	+ Brdiczka, Oliver
	+ Dimakis, Nikolaos
Ontological Modeling and Reasoning (325-340)
	+ Paar, Alexander
	+ Reuter, Jürgen
Building Scalable Services: The CHIL Agent Framework (341-352)
	+ Bürkle, Axel
	+ Dimakis, Nikolaos
	+ Karl, Ruth
	+ Müller, Wilmuth
	+ Pfirrmann, Uwe
	+ Schenk, Manfred
	+ al, et
CHIL Integration Tools and Middleware (353-364)
	+ Curín, Jan
	+ Kleindienst, Jan
	+ Fleury, Pascal
== BEYOND CHIL ==
Beyond CHIL (367-371)
	+ Waibel, Alex

Bookmark: E.Golbeck.2009
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computing with Social Trust
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Golbeck, Jennifer
Date: 2009
Number of Chapters: 12
Pages: 331
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84800-356-9
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84800-355-2 (print), 978-1-84800-356-9 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Introduction to Computing with Social Trust (1-5)
	+ Golbeck, Jennifer
== MODELS OF SOCIAL TRUST ==
Examining Trust, Forgiveness and Regret as Computational Concepts (9-43)
	+ Marsh, Stephen
	+ Briggs, Pamela
A Non-reductionist Approach to Trust (45-72)
	+ Castelfranchi, Cristiano
	+ Falcone, Rino
	+ Lorini, Emiliano
Social Trust of Virtual Identities (73-118)
	+ Seigneur, Jean-Marc
== PROPAGATION OF TRUST ==
Attack-Resistant Trust Metrics (121-132)
	+ Levien, Raph
On Propagating Interpersonal Trust in Social Networks (133-168)
	+ Ziegler, Cai-Nicolas
The Ripple Effect: Change in Trust and Its Impact Over a Social Network (169-181)
	+ Golbeck, Jennifer
	+ Kuter, Ugur
== APPLICATIONS OF TRUST ==
Eliciting Informative Feedback: The Peer-Prediction Method (185-212)
	+ Miller, Nolan
	+ Resnick, Paul
	+ Zeckhauser, Richard
Capturing Trust in Social Web Applications (213-257)
	+ O'Donovan, John
Trust Metrics in Recommender Systems (259-285)
	+ Massa, Paolo
	+ Avesani, Paolo
Trust and Online Reputation Systems (287-311)
	+ Kwan, Ming
	+ Ramachandran, Deepak
Internet-Based Community Networks: Finding the Social in Social Networks (313-331)
	+ Lawrence, K. Faith

Bookmark: E.Seffah.2009
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human-Centered Software Engineering: Software Engineering Models, Patterns and Architectures for HCI
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Seffah, Ahmed
Editor: Vanderdonckt, Jean
Editor: Desmarais, Michel C.
Date: 2009
Number of Chapters: 17
Pages: 385
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84800-907-3
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84800-906-6 (print), 978-1-84800-907-3 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Human-Centered Software Engineering: Software Engineering Architectures, Patterns, and Sodels for Human Computer Interaction (1-6)
	+ Seffah, Ahmed
	+ Vanderdonckt, Jean
	+ Desmarais, Michel C.
== USER EXPERIENCES, USABILITY REQUIREMENTS, AND DESIGN ==
What Drives Software Development: Bridging the Gap Between Software and Usability Engineering (9-25)
	+ Nunes, Nuno J.
Human Activity Modeling: Toward A Pragmatic Integration of Activity Theory and Usage-Centered Design (27-51)
	+ Constantine, Larry L.
A User-Centered Framework for Deriving A Conceptual Design From User Experiences: Leveraging Personas and Patterns to Create Usable Designs (53-81)
	+ Javahery, Homa
	+ Deichman, Alexander
	+ Seffah, Ahmed
	+ Taleb, Mohamed
XML-Based Tools for Creating, Mapping, and Transforming Usability Engineering Requirements (83-104)
	+ Huang, Fei
	+ Titus, Jon
	+ Wolinski, Allan
	+ Schneider, Kevin
	+ Carter, Jim A.
== MODELING AND MODEL-DRIVEN ENGINEERING ==
Multipath Transformational Development of User Interfaces with Graph Transformations (107-138)
	+ Limbourg, Quentin
	+ Vanderdonckt, Jean
Human-Centered Engineering Of Interactive Systems With The User Interface Markup Language (139-171)
	+ Helms, James
	+ Schaefer, Robbie
	+ Luyten, Kris
	+ Vermeulen, Jo
	+ Abrams, Marc
	+ Coyette, Adrien
	+ al, et
Megamodeling and Metamodel-Driven Engineering for Plastic User Interfaces: MEGA-UI (173-200)
	+ Sottet, Jean-Sébastien
	+ Calvary, Gaelle
	+ Favre, Jean-Marie
	+ Coutaz, Jöelle
Cause and Effect in User Interface Development (201-222)
	+ Hvannberg, Ebba Thora
== INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURES ==
From User Interface Usability to the Overall Usability of Interactive Systems: Adding Usability in System Architecture (225-243)
	+ Taleb, Mohamed
	+ Seffah, Ahmed
	+ Engleberg, Daniel
Toward a Refined Paradigm for Architecting Usable Systems (245-255)
	+ Rafla, Tamer
	+ Desmarais, Michel C.
	+ Robillard, Pierre N.
Trace-Based Usability Evaluation Using Aspect-Oriented Programming and Agent-Based Software Architecture (257-276)
	+ Tarby, Jean-Claude
	+ Ezzedine, Houcine
	+ Kolski, Christophe
Achieving Usability of Adaptable Software: The Amf-Based Approach (277-297)
	+ Tarpin-Bernard, Franck
	+ Samaan, Kinan
	+ David, Bertrand
== REENGINEERING, REVERSE ENGINEERING, AND REFACTORING ==
The Gains Design Process: How to do Structured Design of User Interfaces in Any Software Environment (301-315)
	+ Lindeman, Martha J.
Legacy Systems Interaction Reengineering (316-333)
	+ El-Ramly, Mohammad
	+ Stroulia, Eleni
	+ Samir, Hani
Using Reverse Engineering for Automated Usability Evaluation of Gui-Based Applications (335-355)
	+ Memon, Atif M.
Task Models and System Models as A Bridge Between Hci and Software Engineering (357-385)
	+ Navarre, David
	+ Palanque, Philippe
	+ Winckler, Marco

Bookmark: E.Carroll.2009
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Learning in Communities: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Centered Information Technology
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 2009
Number of Chapters: 17
Pages: 258
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84800-332-3
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84800-331-6 (print), 978-1-84800-332-3 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== PART I ==
Community Inquiry and Informatics: Collaborative Learning Through ICT (3-5)
	+ Bishop, Ann Peterson
	+ Bruce, Bertram C.
	+ Jones, M. Cameron
The Participant-Observer in Community-Based Learning as Community Bard (7-10)
	+ Carroll, John M.
Learning in Communities: A Distributed Intelligence Perspective (11-16)
	+ Fischer, Gerhard
Spiders in the Net: Universities as Facilitators of Community-Based Learning (17-20)
	+ Fischer, Gerhard
	+ Rohde, Markus
	+ Wulf, Volker
Designing Technology for Local Citizen Deliberation (21-23)
	+ Kavanaugh, Andrea
	+ Isenhour, Philip
Supporting the Appropriation of ICT: End-User Development in Civil Societies (25-27)
	+ Pipek, Volkmar
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Stevens, Gunnar
	+ Wulf, Volker
Developmental Learning Communities (29-33)
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Carroll, John M.
Social Reproduction and Its Applicability for Community Informatics (35-39)
	+ Kvasny, Lynette
Communities, Learning, and Democracy in the Digital Age (41-44)
	+ Kvasny, Lynette
	+ Kranich, Nancy
	+ Schement, Jorge Reina
Radical Praxis and Civic Network Design (45-52)
	+ Venkatesh, Murali
	+ Owens, Jeffrey S.
== PART II ==
Local Groups Online: Political Learning and Participation (55-73)
	+ Kavanaugh, Andrea
	+ Zin, ThanThan
	+ Schmitz, Joseph
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Kim, B. Joon
	+ al, et
Community-Based Learning: The Core Competency of Residential, Research-Based Universities (75-110)
	+ Fischer, Gerhard
	+ Rohde, Markus
	+ Wulf, Volker
Sustaining a Community Computing Infrastructure for Online Teacher Professional Development: A Case Study of Designing Tapped In (111-138)
	+ Farooq, Umer
	+ Schank, Patricia
	+ Harris, Alexandra
	+ Fusco, Judith
	+ Schlager, Mark
Expert Recommender: Designing for a Network Organization (139-171)
	+ Reichling, Tim
	+ Veith, Michael
	+ Wulf, Volker
Patterns as a Paradigm for Theory in Community-Based Learning (173-194)
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Farooq, Umer
Architecture, Infrastructure, and Broadband Civic Network Design: An Institutional View (195-224)
	+ Venkatesh, Murali
	+ Chango, Mawaki
Supporting Community Emergency Management Planning Through a Geocollaboration Software Architecture (225-258)
	+ Schafer, Wendy A.
	+ Ganoe, Craig H.
	+ Carroll, John M.

Bookmark: E.Druin.09
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Mobile technology for children: designing for interaction and learning
Editor: Druin, Allison
Date: 2009
Pages: 353
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-374900-X 978-0-12374900-0
Contents:
Foreword: Water Jugs and Ringtones
	+ Bellone, Jason
Introduction: Defining Mobile Technologies, Children and Learning
	+ Druin, Allison
Section 1- The Landscape
	1: How Mobile Technologies Are Changing the Way Children Learn (3)
		+ Rogers, Yvonne
		+ Price, Sara
	2: Harnessing the Potential of Mobile Technologies for Children and Learning (23)
		+ Shuler, Carly
		+ Ching, Dixie
		+ Lewis, Armanda
		+ Levine, Michael H.
	3: Pocket Rockets: The Past, Present and Future of Children's Portable Computing (43)
		+ Buckleitner, Warren
	4: Social Impacts of Mobile Technologies for Children: Keystone or Invasive Species? (63)
		+ Hoadley, Christopher
	5: A Disruption is Coming: A Primer for Educators on the Mobile Technology Revolution (83)
		+ Soloway, Elliot
Section 2- Designing Mobile Technologies
	6: Mobile Interaction Design Matters (101)
		+ Jones, Matt
	7: A Child's Mobile Digital Library: Collaboration, Community, and Change (125)
		+ Fails, Jerry
		+ Druin, Allison
		+ Bederson, Ben
		+ Weeks, Ann
		+ Rose, Anne
	8: Adding Space and Senses to Mobile World Exploration (147)
		+ Silva, Maria Joao
		+ Cristina, 		+ 
		+ Gomes, Azevedo
		+ Pestana, Bruno
		+ Lopes, Joao Correia
		+ Marcelino, Maria Jose
		+ Gouveia, Cristina
		+ Fonseca, Alexandra
	9: LeapFrog Learning Design: Playful Approaches to Literacy, from LeapPad to the Tag Reading System (171)
		+ Gray, Jim
		+ Bulat, Jennae
		+ Jaynes, Carolyn
		+ Cunningham, Anne
	10: Designing the Intel-Powered Classmate PC (195)
		+ Morales, Ramon
Section 3- Learning and Use
	11: Early OLPC Experiences in a Rural Uruguayan School (225)
		+ Hourcade, Juan Pablo
		+ Beitler, Daiana
		+ Cormenzana, Fernando
		+ Flores, Pablo
	12: "It's Mine": Kids Carrying Their Culture Wherever They Go (245)
		+ Guernsey, Lisa
	13: Mobile Technologies in Support of Young Children's Learning (265)
		+ Revelle, Glenda
	14: Mobile Technologies for Parent-Child Relationships (285)
		+ Yarosh, Svetlana
		+ Davis, Hilary
		+ Soderlund, Paulina Modlitba
		+ Skov, Mikael
		+ Vetere, Frank
	15: Using Mobile Technology to Unite (for) Children (307)
		+ Fabian, Christopher
		+ Kochi, Erica
	16: Designing the Future (329)
		+ Read, Janet
		+ Druin, Allison

Bookmark: E.Stephanidis.09
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Universal Access Handbook
Date: 2009
Number of Chapters: 61
Pages: 1034
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4200-6499-5
Weblink: www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9780805862805
Contents:
== INTRODUCTION TO UNIVERSAL ACCESS ==
Universal Access and Design for All in the Evolving Information Society
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Perspectives on Accessibility: From Assistive Technologies to Universal Access and Design for All
	+ Emiliani, P. L.
Accessible and Usable Design of Information and Communication Technologies
	+ Vanderheiden, G. C.
== DIVERSITY IN THE USER POPULATION ==
Dimensions of User Diversity
	+ Ashok, M.
	+ Jacko, J. A.
Motor Impairments and Universal Access
	+ Keates, S.
Sensory Impairments
	+ Kinzel, E.
	+ Jacko, J. A.
Cognitive Disabilities
	+ Lewis, C.
Age-Related Diff erences in the Interface Design Process
	+ Kurniawan, S.
International and Intercultural User Interfaces
	+ Marcus, A.
	+ Rau, P.-L. P.
== TECHNOLOGIES FOR DIVERSE CONTEXTS OF USE ==
Accessing the Web
	+ Hanson, V. L.
	+ Richards, J. T.
	+ Harper, S.
	+ Trewin, S.
Handheld Devices and Mobile Phones
	+ Kaikkonen, A.
	+ Kaasinen, E.
	+ Ketola, P.
Virtual Reality
	+ Hughes, D.
	+ Smith, E.
	+ Shumaker, R.
	+ Hughes, C.
Biometrics and Universal Access
	+ Fairhurst, M. C.
Interface Agents: Potential Benefits and Challenges for Universal Access
	+ and, E. André
M. Rehm
== DEVELOPMENT LIFECYCLE OF USER INTERFACES ==
User Requirements Elicitation for Universal Access
	+ Antona, M.
	+ Ntoa, S.
	+ Adami, I.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Unified Design for User Interface Adaptation
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Designing Universally Accessible Games
	+ Grammenos, D.
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Software Requirements for Inclusive User Interfaces
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Tools for Inclusive Design
	+ Waller, S.
	+ Clarkson, P. J.
The Evaluation of Accessibility, Usability, and User Experience
	+ Petrie, H.
	+ Bevan, N.
== USER INTERFACE DEVELOPMENT: ARCHITECTURES, COMPONENTS, AND TOOLS ==
A Unified Soft ware Architecture for User Interface Adaptation
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
A Decision-Making Specifi cation Language for User Interface Adaptation
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Methods and Tools for the Development of Unified Web-Based User Interfaces
	+ Doulgeraki, C.
	+ Partarakis, N.
	+ Mourouzis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
User Modeling: A Universal Access Perspective
	+ Adams, R.
Model-Based Tools: A User-Centered Design for All Approach
	+ Stary, C.
Markup Languages in Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Paternò, F.
	+ Santoro, C.
Abstract Interaction Objects in User Interface Programming Languages
	+ Savidis, A.
== INTERACTION TECHNIQUES AND DEVICES ==
Screen Readers
	+ Asakawa, C.
	+ Leporini, B.
Virtual Mouse and Keyboards for Text Entry
	+ Evreinov, G.
Speech Input to Support Universal Access
	+ Feng, J.
	+ Sears, A.
Natural Language and Dialogue Interfaces
	+ Jokinen, K.
Auditory Interfaces and Sonification
	+ Nees, M. A.
	+ Walker, B. N.
Haptic Interaction
	+ Jansson, G.
	+ Raisamo, R.
Vision-Based Hand Gesture Recognition for Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Zabulis, X.
	+ Baltzakis, H.
	+ Argyros, A.
Automatic Hierarchical Scanning for Windows Applications
	+ Ntoa, S.
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Eye Tracking
	+ Majaranta, P.
	+ Bates, R.
	+ Donegan, M.
Brain-Body Interfaces
	+ Gnanayutham, P.
	+ George, J.
Sign Language in the Interface: Access for Deaf Signers
	+ Huenerfauth, M.
	+ Hanson, V. L.
Visible Language for Global Mobile Communication: A Case Study of a Design Project in Progress
	+ Marcus, A.
Contributions of "Ambient" Multimodality to Universal Access
	+ Carbonell, N.
== APPLICATION DOMAINS ==
Vocal Interfaces in Supporting and Enhancing Accessibility in Digital Libraries
	+ Catarci, T.
	+ Kimani, S.
	+ Dubinsky, Y.
	+ Gabrielli, S.
Theories and Methods for Studying Online Communities for People with Disabilities and Older People
	+ Pfeil, U.
	+ Zaphiris, P.
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
	+ Gross, T.
	+ Fetter, M.
Developing Inclusive e-Training
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Training through Entertainment for Learning Difficulties
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Grammenos, D.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Universal Access to Multimedia Documents
	+ Petrie, H.
	+ Weber, G.
	+ Völkel, T.
Interpersonal Communication
	+ Waller, A.
Universal Access in Public Terminals: Information Kiosks and ATMs
	+ Kouroupetroglou, G.
Intelligent Mobility and Transportation for All
	+ Bekiaris, E.
	+ Panou, M.
	+ Gaitanidou, E.
	+ Mourouzis, A.
	+ Ringbauer, B.
Electronic Educational Books for Blind Students
	+ Grammenos, D.
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Georgalis, Y.
	+ Bourdenas, T.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Mathematics and Accessibility: A Survey
	+ Pontelli, E.
	+ Karshmer, A. I.
	+ Gupta, G.
Cybertherapy, Cyberpsychology, and the Use of Virtual Reality in Mental Health
	+ Renaud, P.
	+ Bouchard, S.
	+ Chartier, S.
	+ Bonin, M-P
== NONTECHNOLOGICAL ISSUES ==
Policy and Legislation as a Framework of Accessibility
	+ Kemppainen, E.
	+ Kemp, J. D.
	+ Yamada, H.
Standards and Guidelines
	+ Vanderheiden, G. C.
eAccessibility Standardization
	+ Engelen, J.
Management of Design for All
	+ Bühler, C.
Security and Privacy for Universal Access
	+ Maybury, M. T.
Best Practice in Design for All
	+ Miesenberger, K.
== LOOKING TO THE FUTURE ==
Implicit Interaction
	+ Ferscha, A.
Ambient Intelligence
	+ Streitz, N. A.
	+ Privat, G.
Emerging Challenges
	+ Stephanidis, C.

Bookmark: E.Gill.2008
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cognition, Communication and Interaction: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Interactive Technology
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Gill, Satinder
Date: 2008
Number of Chapters: 32
Pages: 580
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84628-927-9
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84628-926-2 (print), 978-1-84628-927-9 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTION ==
Knowledge as Embodied Performance (3-30)
	+ Gill, Satinder P.
Cognitive Technology -- Technological Cognition (31-37)
	+ Mey, Jacob L.
Knowledge in co-action: social intelligence in collaborative design activity (38-55)
	+ Gill, Satinder P.
	+ Borchers, Jan
Degrees of engagement in interactive workspaces (56-69)
	+ Fruchter, Renate
The nature of virtual communities (70-82)
	+ Memmi, Daniel
'Use' Discourses in System Development: Can Communication Be Improved? (83-113)
	+ Allwood, Carl Martin
	+ Hakken, David
A Pattern Approach to Interaction Design (114-131)
	+ Borchers, Jan O.
CSCW Design Reconceptualised Through Science Studies (132-147)
	+ Jensen, Casper Bruun
Designing for Work Place Learning (148-173)
	+ Binder, Thomas
The narrative aspect of scenario building -- How story telling may give people a memory of the future (174-194)
	+ Rasmussen, Lauge Baungaard
Narration, discourse and dialogue: issues in the management of inter-cultural innovation (195-212)
	+ Banerjee, Parthasarathi
Rethinking the Interaction Architecture (213-234)
	+ Gill, Karamjit S.
Towards a General Theory of the Artificial (235-266)
	+ Negrotti, Massimo
== KNOWLEDGE AND COGNITION ==
The Socratic and Platonic Basis of Cognitivism (269-282)
	+ Dreyfus, Hubert L.
Cockpit Cognition: Education, the Military and Cognitive Engineering (283-308)
	+ Noble, Douglas D.
Two Legs, Thing Using and Talking: The Origins of the Creative Engineering Mind (309-337)
	+ Evans, F. T.
Rule Following and Tacit Knowledge (338-352)
	+ Johannessen, Kjell S
Seeing and Seeing-AS (353-363)
	+ Tilghman, BR
The Practice of the Use of Computers (364-375)
	+ Göranzon, Bo
The Contribution of Tacit Knowledge to Innovation (376-392)
	+ Senker, Jacqueline
The Nurse As An Engineer (393-404)
	+ Josefson, Ingela
The Role of "Craft Language" in Learning "Waza" (405-414)
	+ Ikuta, Kumiko
Building a pedagogy around action and emotion: experiences of Blind Opera of Kolkata (415-429)
	+ Saha, Biswatosh
	+ Gangopadhyay, Shubhashis
== AESTHETICS, ETHICS, AND DESIGN ==
Ethics and Intellectual Structures (433-442)
	+ Rosenbrock, Howard
Organisational Spaces and Intelligent Machines: A Metaphorical Approach to Ethics (443-456)
	+ Hirose, Luis Montaño
On Human-Machine Symbiosis (457-485)
	+ Cooley, Mike
What Goes on When a Designer Thinks? (486-500)
	+ Östberg, Gustaf
Multimedia Archiving of Technological Change in a Traditional Creative Industry: A Case Study of the Dhokra Artisans of Bankura, West Bengal (501-516)
	+ Smith, David
	+ Kochhar, Rajesh
Databases are Us (517-535)
	+ Vesna, Victoria
Leonardo's choice: the ethics of artists working with genetic technologies (536-548)
	+ Gigliotti, Carol
Poetics of performative space (549-566)
	+ Wei, Sha Xin
Ethics is Fragile, Goodness is Not (567-580)
	+ Leal, Fernando

Bookmark: E.Erickson.08
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: HCI Remixed: Reflections on Works that have Influenced the HCI Community
Editor: Erickson, Thomas
Editor: McDonald, David W.
Date: 2008
Pages: 337
City: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-05088-9, 978-0-262-05088-3
Contents:
Section I - Big Ideas
	1. My Vision Isn't My Vision: Making a Career Out of Getting Back to Where I Started
		+ Buxton, William
	2. Deeply Intertwingled: The Unexpected Legacy of Ted Nelson's Computer Lib/Dream Machines
		+ Russell, Daniel M.
	3. Man-Computer Symbiosis
		+ Baecker, Ronald M.
	4. Drawing on SketchPad: Reflections on Computer Science and HCI
		+ Konstan, Joseph A.
	5. The Mouse, the Demo and the Big Idea
		+ Ju, Wendy
Section II - Influential Systems
	6. A Creative Programming Environment
		+ Lieberman, Henry
	7. Fundamentals in HCI: Learning the Value of Consistency and User Models
		+ Bly, Sara
	8. It is still a Star
		+ Bødker, Susanne
	9. The Disappearing Computer
		+ Streitz, Norbert A.
	10. It Really Is All About Location!
		+ Dey, Anind K.
Section III - Large Groups, Loosely Joined
	11. Network Nation: Human Communication via Computer
		+ Kiesler, Sara
	12. On the Diffusion of Innovations in HCI
		+ Fisher, Danyel
	13. From Smart to Ordinary
		+ Brown, Barry
	14. Knowing the Particulars
		+ Erickson, Thomas
	15. Back to Samba School: Revisiting Seymour Papert's Ideas on Community, Culture, Computers and Learning
		+ Bruckman, Amy
	16. The Work to Make Software Work
		+ Grinter, Rebecca E.
Section IV - Groups in the Wild
	17. McGrath and the Behaviors of Groups (BOGs)
		+ Grudin, Jonathan
	18. Observing Collaboration: Group-Centered Design
		+ Greenberg, Saul
	19. Infrastructure and its Effect on the Interface
		+ Edwards, W. Keith
	20. Taking Articulation Work in CSCW Seriously
		+ Fitzpatrick, Geraldine
	21. Let's Shack Up: Getting Serious about GIM
		+ McDonald, David W.
	22. A CSCW Sampler
		+ Palen, Leysia
	23. Video, Toys, and Beyond Being There
		+ Smith, Brian K
Section V - Reflective Practitioners
	24. A Simulated Listening Typewriter: John Gould plays Wizard of Oz
		+ Schmandt, Chris
	25. Seeing the Hole In Space
		+ Harrison, Steve
	26. Edward Tufte's 1+1=3
		+ Jenson, Scott
	27. Typographic Space: A Fusion of Design and Technology
		+ Forlizzi, Jodi
	28. Making Sense of Sense Making
		+ Whittaker, Steve
	29. Does Voice Coordination Have to be 'Rocket Science'?
		+ Aoki, Paul M.
	30. Decomposing a Design Space
		+ Resnick, Paul
Section VI - There's More to Design
	31. Discovering America
		+ Winograd, Terry
	32. Interaction Design Considered as a Craft
		+ Löwgren, Jonas
	33. Designing 'Up' in the Software Industry
		+ Cherny, Lynn
	34. Revisiting an Ethnocritical Approach to HCI: Verbal Privilege and Translation
		+ Muller, Michael J.
	35. Some Experience! Some Evolution!
		+ Cockton, Gilbert
	36. Mumford Re-Visited
		+ Dray, Susan M.
Section VII - Tacking and Jibbing
	37. Learning from Learning from Notes
		+ Olson, Judith S.
	38. A Site for SOAR Eyes: (Re)placing Cognition
		+ Churchill, Elizabeth F.
	39. You Can Go Home Again: Revisiting a Study of Domestic Computing
		+ Woodruff, Allison
	40. From Gaia to HCI: On Multi-disciplinary Design and Co-adaptation
		+ Mackay, Wendy E.
	41. Fun at Work: Managing HCI with the Peopleware Perspective
		+ Thomas, John C.
	42. Learning from Engineering Research
		+ Newman, William
	43. Interaction is the Future of Computing
		+ Beaudouin-Lafon, Michel
Section VIII - Seeking Common Ground
	44. A Source of Stimulation: Gibson's Account of the Environment
		+ Gaver, William
	45. When the External Entered HCI: Designing Effective Representations
		+ Rogers, Yvonne
	46. The Essential Role of Mental Models in HCI: Card, Moran and Newell
		+ Ehrlich, Kate
	47. A Most Fitting Law
		+ Olson, Gary M.
	48. Reflections on Card, English, and Burr
		+ MacKenzie, I. Scott
	49. The Contribution of the Language-Action Perspective to a New Foundation for Design
		+ De Michelis, Giorgio
	50. Following Procedures: A Detective Story
		+ Henderson, Austin
	51. Play, Flex, and Slop: Sociality and Intentionality
		+ Dourish, Paul

Bookmark: E.Law.2008
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Maturing Usability: Quality in Software, Interaction and Value
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Law, Effie Lai-Chong
Editor: Hvannberg, Ebba Thora
Editor: Cockton, Gilbert
Date: 2008
Number of Chapters: 16
Pages: 424
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84628-941-5
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84628-940-8 (print), 978-1-84628-941-5 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== QUALITY IN SOFTWARE ==
Usability Evaluation of User Interfaces Generated with a Model-Driven Architecture Tool (3-32)
	+ Abrahão, Silvia
	+ Iborra, Emilio
	+ Vanderdonckt, Jean
Software Quality Engineering: The Leverage for Gaining Maturity (33-55)
	+ Suryn, Witold
Connecting Rigorous System Analysis to Experience-Centered Design (56-74)
	+ Harrison, Michael
	+ Campos, José Creissac
	+ Doherty, Gavin
	+ Loer, Karsten
Tailoring Usability into Agile Software Development Projects (75-95)
	+ Ambler, Scott W.
Tailoring Usability into Agile Software Development Projects (96-119)
	+ Bernhaupt, Regina
	+ Navarre, David
	+ Palanque, Philippe
	+ Winckler, Marco
== QUALITY IN INTERACTION ==
Systems Usability -- Promoting Core-Task Oriented Work Practices (123-143)
	+ Savioja, Paula
	+ Norros, Leena
Usability Work in Professional Website Design: Insights from Practitioners' Perspectives (144-167)
	+ Furniss, Dominic
	+ Blandford, Ann
	+ Curzon, Paul
Characterizations, Requirements, and Activities of User-Centered Design -- the KESSU 2.2 Model (168-196)
	+ Jokela, Timo
Remote Usability Evaluation: Discussion of a General Framework and Experiences from Research with a Specific Tool (197-221)
	+ Paternò, Fabio
	+ Santoro, Carmen
Utility and Experience in the Evolution of Usability (222-240)
	+ Lindgaard, Gitte
	+ Parush, Avi
== QUALITY IN VALUE ==
Usability and Users' Health Issues in Systems Development -- Attitudes and Perspectives (243-266)
	+ Cajander, Åsa
	+ Boivie, Inger
	+ Gulliksen, Jan
Usability Evaluation as Idea Generation (267-286)
	+ Hornbæk, Kasper
Putting Value into E-valu-ation (287-317)
	+ Cockton, Gilbert
HCI and the Economics of User Experience (318-343)
	+ Sikorski, Marcin
The Future of Usability Evaluation: Increasing Impact on Value (344-378)
	+ Rosenbaum, Stephanie
A Green Paper on Usability Maturation (381-424)
	+ Law, Effie Lai-Chong
	+ Hvannberg, Ebba Thora
	+ Cockton, Gilbert

Bookmark: E.Harper.2008
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Web Accessibility: A Foundation for Research
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Harper, Simon
Editor: Yesilada, Yeliz
Date: 2008
Number of Chapters: 21
Pages: 355
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84800-050-6
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84800-049-0 (print), 978-1-84800-050-6 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== UNDERSTANDING DISABILITIES ==
Visual Impairments (3-13)
	+ Barreto, A.
Cognitive and Learning Impairments (15-23)
	+ Lewis, Clayton
Hearing Impairments (25-35)
	+ Cavender, Anna
	+ Ladner, Richard E.
Physical Impairment (37-46)
	+ Trewin, Shari
Ageing (47-58)
	+ Kurniawan, Sri H.
== EVALUATION AND METHODOLOGIES ==
Web Accessibility and Guidelines (61-78)
	+ Harper, Simon
	+ Yesilada, Yeliz
Web Accessibility Evaluation (79-106)
	+ Abou-Zahra, Shadi
End User Evaluations (107-126)
	+ Jay, Caroline
	+ Lunn, Darren
	+ Michailidou, Eleni
Authoring Tools (127-138)
	+ Treviranus, Jutta
== APPLICATIONS ==
Assistive Technologies (142-162)
	+ Edwards, Alistair D. N.
Desktop Browsers (163-193)
	+ Gunderson, Jon
Specialized Browsers (195-213)
	+ Raman, T. V.
Browser Augmentation (215-229)
	+ Hanson, Vicki L.
	+ Richards, John T.
	+ Swart, Cal
Transcoding (231-260)
	+ Asakawa, Chieko
	+ Takagi, Hironobu
== SPECIALISED AREAS ==
Education (263-271)
	+ Salomoni, Paola
	+ Mirri, Silvia
	+ Ferretti, Stefano
	+ Roccetti, Marco
Specialized Documents (274-285)
	+ Munson, Ethan V.
	+ Pimentel, Maria Graça da
Multimedia and Graphics (287-299)
	+ Regan, Bob
	+ Kirkpatrick, Andrew
Mobile Web and Accessibility (302-313)
	+ Hori, Masahiro
	+ Kato, Takashi
Semantic Web (315-330)
	+ Horrocks, Ian
	+ Bechhofer, Sean
Web 2.0 (331-343)
	+ Gibson, Becky
Universal Usability (346-355)
	+ Horton, Sarah
	+ Leventhal, Laura

Bookmark: E.Rossi.2008
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Web Engineering: Modelling and Implementing Web Applications
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Rossi, Gustavo
Editor: Pastor, Oscar
Editor: Schwabe, Daniel
Editor: Olsina, Luis
Date: 2008
Number of Chapters: 15
Pages: 453
Publisher: Springer London
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-84628-923-1
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-84628-922-4 (print), 978-1-84628-923-1 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== WEB ENGINEERING AND WEB APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT ==
Introduction (3-5)
	+ Rossi, Gustavo
	+ Schwabe, Daniel
	+ Olsina, Luis
	+ Pastor, Oscar
Web Application Development: Challenges And The Role Of Web Engineering (7-32)
	+ Murugesan, San
The Web as an Application Platform (33-45)
	+ Gaedke, Martin
	+ Meinecke, Johannes
== WEB DESIGN METHODS ==
Overview of Design Issues for Web Applications Development (49-63)
	+ Rossi, Gustavo
	+ Schwabe, Daniel
	+ Olsina, Luis
	+ Pastor, Oscar
Applying the Oows Model-Driven Approach for Developing Web Applications. The Internet Movie Database Case Study (65-108)
	+ Fons, Joan
	+ Pelechano, Vicente
	+ Pastor, Oscar
	+ Valderas, Pedro
	+ Torres, Victoria
Modeling and Implementing Web Applications with Oohdm (109-155)
	+ Rossi, Gustavo
	+ Schwabe, Daniel
Uml-Based Web Engineering (157-191)
	+ Koch, Nora
	+ Knapp, Alexander
	+ Zhang, Gefei
	+ Baumeister, Hubert
Designing Multichannel Web Applications as "Dialogue Systems": the Idm Model (193-219)
	+ Bolchini, Davide
	+ Garzotto, Franca
Designing Web Applications with Webml and Webratio (221-261)
	+ Brambilla, Marco
	+ Comai, Sara
	+ Fraternali, Piero
	+ Matera, Maristella
HERA (263-301)
	+ Houben, Geert-Jan
	+ van der Sluijs, Kees
	+ Barna, Peter
	+ Broekstra, Jeen
	+ Casteleyn, Sven
	+ al, et
WSDM: Web Semantics Design Method (303-351)
	+ De Troyer, Olga
	+ Casteleyn, Sven
	+ Plessers, Peter
An Overview Of Model-Driven Web Engineering and the Mda (353-382)
	+ Moreno, Nathalie
	+ Romero, José Raúl
	+ Vallecillo, Antonio
== QUALITY EVALUATION AND EXPERIMENTAL WEB ENGINEERING ==
How to Measure and Evaluate Web Applications in a Consistent Way (385-420)
	+ Olsina, Luis
	+ Papa, Fernanda
	+ Molina, Hernán
The Need for Empirical Web Engineering: An Introduction (421-447)
	+ Mendes, Emilia
Conclusions (449-453)
	+ Rossi, Gustavo
	+ Schwabe, Daniel
	+ Olsina, Luis
	+ Pastor, Oscar

Bookmark: E.Sears.07
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The human-computer interaction handbook: fundamentals, evolving technologies, and emerging applications
Editor: Sears, Andrew
Editor: Jacko, Julie A.
Date: 2007
Pages: 1384
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-5870-9; 9780805858709
Note: Second edition
Weblink: www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/
Weblink: crcpress.com/shopping_cart/products/product_detail.asp
Contents:
A Moving Target: The Evolution of HCI
		+ Grudin, Jonathan
HUMANS IN HCI
	Perceptual-Motor Interaction: Some Implications for HCI
		+ Welch, T.
		+ Chua, R.
		+ Weeks, D.
		+ Goodman, D.
	Human Information Processing: An Overview for Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Proctor, R.
		+ Vu, K.-P.
	Mental Models in Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Payne, S.
	Emotion in Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Brave, S.
		+ Nass, C.
	Cognitive Architecture
		+ Byrne, M.
	Cognition Under Stress: Theoretical Frameworks
		+ Szalma, J. L.
		+ Hancock, P.
	Motivating, Influencing, and Persuading Users
		+ Fogg, B. J.
		+ Cueller, G.
		+ Danielson, D.
	Human Error Identification in Human Computer Interaction
		+ Stanton, N.
COMPUTERS IN HCI
	Input Technologies and Techniques
		+ Hinckley, K.
	Sensor/Recognition-Based Input for Techniques
		+ Wilson, A.
	Visual Displays
		+ Luczak, H.
		+ Schlick, C.
		+ Ziefle, M.
		+ Park, M.
	Haptic Interface
		+ Iwata, H.
	Non-speech Auditory Output
		+ Brewster, S.
	Network-Based Interaction
		+ Dix, A.
	User-Centered Interdisciplinary Design of Wearable Computers
		+ Starner, T.
		+ Siewiorek, D.
		+ Mailagic, A. S.
	Design of Computer Workstations
		+ Smith, M. J.
		+ Carayon, P.
		+ Cohen, W. J.
DESIGNING HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTIONS
	Visual Design
		+ Re, P.
		+ Watzman, S.
	Global/Intercultural User-Interface Design
		+ Marcus, A.
	Conversational Interfaces and Technologies
		+ Karat, C.-M.
		+ Vergo, J.
		+ Nahamoo, D.
		+ Lai, J.
		+ Yankelovich, N.
	Multimedia User Interface Design
		+ Sutcliffe, A.
	Multimodal Interfaces
		+ Oviatt, S.
	Adaptive Interfaces and Agents
		+ Jameson, A.
	Mobile Interaction Design in the Age of Experience Ecosystems
		+ Susani, M.
	Tangible User Interfaces
		+ Ishii, H.
	Achieving Psychological Simplicity: Measure and Methods to Reduce Cognitive Complexity
		+ Thomas, J.
		+ Richards, J.
	Information Visualization
		+ Card, S.
	Groupware and Computer Supported Cooperative Work
		+ Olson, G.
		+ Olson, J.
	HCI and the Web
		+ Ashman, H.
	Human-Centered Design of Decision Support Systems
		+ Smith, P.
		+ Geddes, N.
	Online Communities
		+ Zaphiris, P.
	Virtual Environments
		+ Stanney, K.
	Human-Computer Interaction Viewed from the Intersection of Privacy, Security and Trust
		+ Karat, J.
		+ Karat, C.-M.
		+ Brodie, C.
APPLICATION/DOMAIN SPECIFIC DESIGN
	Human Computer Interaction in Health Care
		+ Sainfort, F.
		+ Jacko, J.
		+ Booske, B. C.
	Why We Play: Affect and the Fun of Games: Designing Emotions for Games, Entertainment Interfaces and Interactive Products
		+ Lazzaro, N.
	Motor Vehicle Driver Interfaces
		+ Green, P.
	Human Computer Interaction in Aerospace
		+ Landry, S.
	User-Centered Design in Games
		+ Pagulayan, R. J.
		+ Keeker, K.
		+ Wixon, D.
		+ Romero, R. L.
		+ Fuller, T.
DESIGNING FOR DIVERSITY
	The Digital Divide
		+ Cooper, J.
	Information Technology and Older Adults
		+ Czaja, S.
		+ Lee, C. C.
	HCI for Kids
		+ Bruckman, A.
		+ Bandlow, A.
	Information Technology for Cognitive Support
		+ Newell, A. F.
		+ Carmichael, A.
		+ Gregor, P.
		+ Alm, N.
	Physical Disabilities and Computing Technologies: An Analysis of Impairments
		+ Sears, A.
		+ Young, M.
		+ Feng, J.
	Perceptual Impairments: New Advancements Promoting Technological Access
		+ Jacko, J. A.
		+ Vitense, H.
		+ Scott, I.
	Universal Accessibility and Functionally Illiterate Populations
		+ Gribbons, W.
	Computing Technologies for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users
		+ Hanson, V.
THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Section A: Requirements Specification
	User Experience and HCI
		+ Kuniavsky, M.
	Requirements Specification within the Usability Engineering Lifecycle
		+ Mayhew, D.
	Task Analysis
		+ Courage, C.
		+ Redish, J.
		+ Wixon, D.
	Contextual Design
		+ Holtzblatt, K.
	The Ethnographic Approach to Design
		+ Blomberg, J.
		+ Burrell, M.
		+ Guest, G.
Section B: Design and Development
	Putting Personas to Work: Using Data-Driven Personas to Focus Product Planning, Design and Development
		+ Adlin, T.
		+ Pruitt, J.
	Prototyping Tools and Techniques
		+ Beaudouin-Lafon, M.
		+ Mackay, W.
	Scenario-based Design
		+ Rosson, M. B.
		+ Carroll, J. M.
	Participatory Design: The Third Space in HCI
		+ Muller, M. J.
	Unified User Interface Development
		+ Stephanidis, C.
		+ Savidis, A.
	HCI and Software Engineering: Designing for User Interface Plasticity
		+ Coutaz, J.
Section C: Testing and Evaluation
	Usability Testing: Current Practice and Future Directions
		+ Dumas, J. S.
	Survey Design and Implementation in HCI
		+ Ozok, A. A.
	Inspection-based Evaluations
		+ Cockton, G.
		+ Lavery, D.
		+ Woolrych, A.
	Model-Based Evaluation
		+ Kieras, D.
MANAGING HCI AND EMERGING ISSUES
	Technology Transfer
		+ Schofield, K.
	Augmented Cognition in HCI
		+ Schmorrow, D.
	Human Values, Ethics, and Design
		+ Friedman, B.
		+ Kahn, P. H., Jr.
	Cost Justification
		+ Bias, R. G.
		+ Mayhew, D. J.
		+ Upmanyu, D.
PERSPECTIVES ON HCI
	Future Trends in Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Sears, A.
		+ Jacko, J.

Bookmark: E.Lazar.07
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Universal Usability: Designing Computer Interfaces for Diverse User Populations
Editor: Lazar, Jonathan
Date: 2007
Pages: 626
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 978-0-470-02727-1 0-470-02727-4
Contents:
Preface
	+ Shneiderman, Ben
1. Introduction to Universal Usability
	+ Lazar, Jonathan
2. Designing Searching and Browsing Software for Elementary-Age Children
	+ Hutchinson, Hilary
	+ Druin, Allison
	+ Bederson, Benjamin B.
3. The Why and How of Senior-Focused Design
	+ O'Connell, Teri
4. Online Redesign of a Web Site's Information Architecture to Improve Accessibility for Users Who are Blind
	+ Evers, Vanessa
	+ Hillen, Hans
5. Listening to Choropleth Maps: Interactive Sonification of Geo-Referenced Data For Users With Visual Impairment
	+ Zhao, Haixia
	+ Shneiderman, Ben
	+ Plaisant, Catherine
6. Improving Screen Readers for Blind Users
	+ Lazar, Jonathan
	+ Allen, Aaron
7. Web Fun Central: Online Learning Tools for Individuals with Down Syndrome
	+ Myers, Matt
	+ Kirijian, Assadour
	+ Charland, Sylvie
8. Using Virtual Peer Technology as an Intervention for Children with Autism
	+ Tartaro, Andrea
	+ Cassell, Justine
9. Evidence-based computer-assisted instruction for Autism Spectrum Disorders
	+ Whalen, Christina
	+ Ingersoll, Brooke
	+ Liden, Lars
	+ Liden, Sven
10. Making Software Accessible for Users with Dementia
	+ Alm, Norman
	+ Dye, Richard
	+ Astell, Arlene
	+ Ellis, Maggie
	+ Gowans, Gary
	+ Campbell, Jim
11. Designing a Cognitive Aid for and with People who have Anterograde Amnesia
	+ Wu, Mike
	+ Baecker, Ron
	+ Richards, Brian
12. Memories of a Life: A Design Case Study for Alzheimer's Disease
	+ Cohene, Tira
	+ Baecker, Ron
	+ Marziali, Elsa
	+ Mindy, Simona
13.  Interaction Techniques for Users with Spinal Cord Injuries: A Speech Based Solution
	+ Feng, Jinjuan
	+ Sears, Andrew
14. Adding Gestural Text Entry to Input Devices for People with Motor Impairments
	+ Wobbrock, Jacob
	+ Myers, Brad A.
15. The Creating Community Connections Project: Social and Cultural Approaches for Engaging Low-Income Communities
	+ Pinkett, Randal
16. Implementing Community-Based Participatory Research to Reduce Health and Technology Disparities Among Low Income African-American Women
	+ Maloney-Krischmar, Diane
	+ Walker, Eleanor
	+ Bushnell, David
	+ Sirvastava, Sadanand
17. Evaluating the Usability and Accessibility of an Online Form for Census Data Collection
	+ Murphy, Elizabeth D.
	+ Malakhoff, Lawrence A.
	+ Coon, David A.
18.Internationalizing Greenstone: A Multi-Lingual Tool for Building Digital Libraries
	+ Nichols, David M.
	+ Keegan, Te Taka
	+ Bainbridge, David
	+ Cunningham, Sally Jo
	+ Dewship, Michael
	+ Witten, Ian H.
19. Making Universal Access Truly Universal: Looking Towards the Future
	+ Preece, Jennifer

Bookmark: E.Kirlik.06
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Adaptive perspectives on human-technology interaction : methods and models for cognitive engineering and human-computer interaction
Series Title: Human-Technology Interaction Series
Editor: Kirlik, Alex
Date: 2006
Pages: 313
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-19517182-9
Contents:
Foreword (K. R. Hammond)
PART I		BACKGROUND AND MOTIVATION
	1.	Cognitive engineering: Toward a workable concept of mind (Kirlik)
	2. 	Introduction to Brunswikian theory and method (Goldstein)
PART II		TECHNOLOGICAL INTERFACES
	3	Knowledge versus execution in dynamic judgment tasks (Bisantz, Kirlik, Gay, Walker & Fisk)
	4	The effects of computer displays and time pressure on the performance of distributed teams (Adelman, Yeo & Miller)
	5	Supporting situation assessment through attention guidance and diagnostic aiding: The benefits and costs of display enhancement on judgment skill (Horrey, Wickens, Kirlik & Stewart)
	6	Applying the multivariate lens model to fault diagnosis (Jha & Bisantz)
PART III	ALERTING AUTOMATION AND DECISION AIDS
	7	Measuring the fit between human judgment and alerting systems: A study of collision detection in aviation (Pritchett & Bisantz)
	8	Trust, decision aiding, and feedback: An integrated approach. (Seong, Bisantz & Gattie)
	9	Human-automated judgment learning: Enhancing interaction with automated judgment systems (Bass & Pritchett)
PART IV		ALTERNATIVES TO COMPENSATORY MODELING
	10	Inferring fast and frugal heuristics from human judgment data (Rothrock & Kirlik)
	11	Viewing training through a fuzzy lens (Campbell, Buff & Bolton)
	12	Achieving coherence: Meeting new cognitive demands in technological systems (Mosier & McCauley)
PART V		INTO THE FIELD: VICARIOUS FUNCTIONING IN ACTION
	13	What makes vicarious functioning work? Exploring the geometry of human-technology interaction (Degani, Shafto & Kirlik)
	14	Understanding the determinants of adaptive behavior in a modern airline cockpit (Casner)
	15	Abstracting situated action: Implications for cognitive modeling and interface design (Kirlik)
PART VI		ECOLOGICAL ANALYSIS MEETS COGNITIVE MODELING
	16	The emerging rapprochement between cognitive and ecological analyses (Gray)
	17	The use of proximal information scent to forage for distal content on the World Wide Web (Pirolli)
	18	Kilograms matter: Rational analysis, ecological rationality, and closed-loop modeling of interactive cognition and behavior (Byrne, Kirlik & Fick)
PART VII	REFLECTIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
	19	Reflections from a judgment & decision making perspective (Connolly)
	20	Reflections from a cognitive engineering & human factors perspective (Vicente)

Bookmark: E.Ghaoui.06
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Encyclopedia of human computer interaction
Editor: Ghaoui, Claude
Date: 2006
Pages: 738
Publisher: Idea Group Reference
Standard number: ISBN: 1-59140562-9 (hardcover) 1-59140798-2 (ebook)
Contents:
Abduction and Web Interface Design
	+ Magnani, Lorenzo
	+ Bardone, Emanuele
Adaptable and Adaptive Web-Based Educational Systems
	+ Gaudioso, Elena
	+ Montero, Miguel
Agent-Based System for Discovering and Building Collaborative Communities
	+ Nabuco, Olga
	+ Koyama, Mauro F.
	+ Pereira, Edeneziano D.
	+ Drira, Khalil
Agent-Supported Interface for Online Tutoring
	+ Soh, Leen-Kiat
Analyzing and Visualizing the Dynamics of Scientific Frontiers and Knowledge Diffusion
	+ Chen, Chaomei
	+ Lobo, Natasha
Art as Methodology
	+ Kettley, Sarah
Attention Aware Systems
	+ Roda, Claudia
	+ Thomas, Julie
Automated Deduction and Usability Reasoning
	+ Campos, Jose Creissac
	+ Harrison, Michael D.
Automatic Evaluation of Interfaces on the Internet
	+ Mandl, Thomas
Automatic Facial Expression Analysis
	+ Tan, Huachun
	+ Zhang, Yujin
A Case Study on the Development of Broadband Technology in Canada
	+ Luppicini, Rocci J.
Cognitive Graphical Walkthrough Interface Evaluation
	+ Karoulis, Athanasis
	+ Demetriadis, Stavros
	+ Pombortsis, Andreas
Cognitively Informed Multimedia Interface Design
	+ Alkhalifa, Eshaa M.
Communication + Dynamic Interface = Better User Experience
	+ Polovina, Simon
	+ Pearson, Will
Computer Access for Motor-Impaired Users
	+ Trewin, Shari
	+ Keates, Simeon
Computer-Based Concept Mapping
	+ Alpert, Sherman R.
Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
	+ Devedzic, Vladan
Conceptual Models and Usability
	+ Macefield, Ritchie
A Cooperative Framework for Information Browsing in Mobile Environment
	+ Hua, Zhigang
	+ Xie, Xing
	+ Lu, Hanqing
	+ Ma, Wei-Ying
CSCW Experience for Distributed System Engineering
	+ Villemur, Thierry
	+ Drira, Khalil
Cultural Diversity and Aspects of Human Machine Systems in Mainland China
	+ Rose, Kerstin
The Culture(s) of Cyberspace
	+ Macfadyen, Leah P.
Design Frameworks
	+ Knight, John
	+ Jefsioutine, Marie
Design Rationale for Increasing Profitability of Interactive Systems Development
	+ Lacaze, Xavier
	+ Palanque, Philippe
	+ Barboni, Eric
	+ Navarre, David
The Development of the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) Interface
	+ Garrett, Bernard Mark
Development Methodologies and Users
	+ Singh, Shawren
	+ Kotze, Paula
A Dynamic Personal Portfolio Using Web Technologies
	+ Verhaart, Michael
	+ Kinshuk, 	+ 
Education, the Internet, and the World Wide Web
	+ Clayton, John F.
The Effect of Usability Guidelines on Web Site User Emotions
	+ Chalmers, Patricia A.
Elastic Interfaces for Visual Data Browsing
	+ Hurst, Wolfgang
Engagability
	+ Knight, John
Ethics and HCI
	+ Knight, John
Expectations and Their Forgotten Role in HCI
	+ Noyes, Jan
Eye Tracking in HCI and Usability Research
	+ Poole, Alex
	+ Ball, Linden J.
From User Inquiries to Specification
	+ Hvannberg, Ebba Thora
	+ Gunnarsdottir, Sigrun
	+ Gyda, Atladottir
Fuzzy Logic Usage in Emotion Communication of Human Machine Interaction
	+ Xu, Zhe
	+ John, David
	+ Boucouvalas, Anthony C.
GIS Applications to City Planning Engineering
	+ Sadoun, Balqies
A GIS-Based Interactive Database System for Planning Purposes
	+ Al-Hanbali, Nedal
	+ Sadoun, Balqies
Globalization, Culture, and Usability
	+ Rose, Kerstin
Grounding CSCW in Social Psychology
	+ Farooq, Umer
	+ Fairweather, Peter G.
	+ Singley, Mark K.
HCI in South Africa
	+ Singh, Shawren
Hedonic, Emotional, and Experiential Perspectives on Product Quality
	+ Hassenzahl, Marc
Human Factors in the Development of Trend Detection and Tracking Techniques
	+ Chen, Chaomei
	+ Toprani, Kaushal
	+ Lobo, Natasha
Human-Centered Conceptualization and Natural Language
	+ Andrade, Javier
	+ Ares, Juan
	+ Garcia, Rafael
	+ Rodriguez, Santiago
	+ Silva, Andres
Human-Computer Interaction and Security
	+ Richter, Kai
	+ Roth, Volker
Iconic Interfaces for Assistive Communication
	+ Abhishek, 	+ 
	+ Basu, Anupam
The Importance of Similarity in Empathic Interaction
	+ Hall, Lynne
	+ Woods, Sarah
Improving Dynamic Decision Making through HCI Principles
	+ Qudrat-Ullah, Hassan
Including Users with Motor Impairments in Design
	+ Keates, Simeon
	+ Trewin, Shari
	+ Elliott, Jessica Paradise
The Influence of Expressive Images for Computer Interaction
	+ Xu, Zhe
	+ John, David
	+ Boucouvalas, Anthony C.
Information Interaction Beyond HCI
	+ Duchastel, Philip
Information Rich Systems and User's Goals and Information Needs
	+ Albers, Michael J.
Information Space
	+ Benyon, David
Intelligent Multi-Agent Cooperative Learning System
	+ Soh, Leen-Kiat
	+ Jiang, Hong
Interactive Speech Skimming via Time-Stretched Audio Replay
	+ Hurst, Wolfgang
	+ Lauer, Tobias
International Standards for HCI
	+ Bevan, Nigel
Internet-Mediated Communication at the Cultural Interface
	+ Macfadyen, Leah P.
Knowledge Management as an E-Learning Tool
	+ Andrade, Javier
	+ Ares, Juan
	+ Garcia, Rafael
	+ Rodriguez, Santiago
	+ Seoane, Maria
	+ Suarez, Sonia
Knowledgeable Navigation in Virtual Environments
	+ Sadeghian, Pedram
	+ Kantardzic, Mehmed
	+ Rashad, Sherif
The Language of Cyberspace
	+ Macfadyen, Leah P.
	+ Doff, Sabine
Mobile Clinical Learning Tools Using Networked Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs)
	+ Garrett, Bernard Mark
Moral Mediators in HCI
	+ Magnani, Lorenzo
	+ Bardone, Emanuele
	+ Bocchiola, Michele
Motivation in Component-Based Software Development
	+ Chroust, G.
Obstacles for the Integration of HCI Practices into Software Engineering Development Processes
	+ Ferre, Xavier
	+ Juristo, Natalia
	+ Moreno, Ana M.
On Not Designing Tools
	+ Kettley, Sarah
Online Learning
	+ Clayton, John F.
An Overview of an Evaluation Framework for E-Learning
	+ Rentroia-Bonito, Maria Alexandra
	+ Jorge, Joaquim A.
	+ Ghaoui, Claude
An Overview of Multimodal Interaction Techniques and Applications
	+ Bourguet, Marie-Luce
PDA Usability for Telemedicine Support
	+ Becker, Shirley Ann
Pen-Based Digital Screen Interaction
	+ Mohamed, Khaireel A.
	+ Ottmann, Thomas
The Prospects for Identity and Community in Cyberspace
	+ Macfadyen, Leah P.
Question Answering from Procedural Semantics to Model Discovery
	+ Kontos, John
	+ Malagardi, Ioanna
Recommender Systems in E-Commerce
	+ Gil, A. B.
	+ Garcia, F. J.
Replicating Human Interaction to Support E-Learning
	+ Janvier, William A.
	+ Ghaoui, Claude
A Semantic Learning Objects Authoring Tool
	+ Garcia, F. J.
	+ Berlanga, A. J.
	+ Garcia, J.
Sense of Presence
	+ Sas, Corina
Site Maps for Hypertext
	+ Shapiro, Amy M.
Social Factors and Interface Design Guidelines
	+ Xu, Zhe
	+ John, David
	+ Boucouvalas, Anthony C.
Social-Technical Systems
	+ Whitworth, Brian
Socio-Cognitive Engineering
	+ Sharples, Mike
Software Engineering and HCI
	+ Singh, Shawren
	+ Dix, Alan
Spam
	+ de Freitas, Sara
	+ Levene, Mark
Spam as a Symptom of Electronic Communication Technologies that Ignore Social Requirements
	+ Whitworth, Brian
Supporting Culture in Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
	+ Xiao, Lu
	+ Convertino, Gregorio
	+ Trauth, Eileen
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
Supporting Navigation and Learning in Educational Hypermedia
	+ Boechler, Patricia M.
Task Analysis at the Heart of Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Diaper, Dan
Task Ontology-Based Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Seta, Kazuhisa
The Think Aloud Method and User Interface Design
	+ Jaspers, M. W. M.
Tool Support for Interactive Prototyping of Safety-Critical Interactive Applications
	+ Bastide, Remi
	+ Navarre, David
	+ Palanque, Philippe
Toward an HCI Theory of Cultural Cognition
	+ Faiola, Anthony
Tracking Attention through Browser Mouse Tracking
	+ Owen, Robert S.
Traditional vs. Pull-Down Menus
	+ Henley, Mary
	+ Noyes, Jan
Turning the Usability Fraternity into a Thriving Industry
	+ Henry, Pradeep
Ubiquitous Computing and the Concept of Context
	+ Oulasvirta, Antti
	+ Salovaara, Antti
Ubiquitous Internet Environments
	+ Roibas, Anxo Cereijo
Understanding and Improving Usability Inspection Methods
	+ Woolrych, Alan
	+ Hindmarch, Mark
Understanding Cognitive Processes in Educational Hypermedia
	+ Boechler, Patricia M.
Usability Barriers
	+ Danielson, David R.
Usability Data Quality
	+ Danielson, David R.
The Use and Evolution of Affordance in HCI
	+ Christou, Georgios
Use of the Secondary Task Technique for Tracking User Attention
	+ Owen, Robert S.
Using Mobile Communication Technology in Student Mentoring
	+ Hakkila, Jonna
	+ Beekhuyzen, Jenine
Various Views on Digital Interactivity
	+ Thomas, Julie
	+ Roda, Claudia
Visual and Physical Interfaces for Computer and Video Games
	+ Ip, Barry
	+ Jacobs, Gabriel
WAP Applications in Ubiquitous Scenarios of Work
	+ Roibas, Anxo Cereijo
Wearable and Mobile Devices
	+ de Freitas, Sara
	+ Levene, Mark
Web Credibility
	+ Danielson, David R.
Web-Based Human Machine Interaction in Manufacturing
	+ Blecker, Thorsten
	+ Graf, Gunter
Web-Based Instructional Systems
	+ Magoulas, George D.

Bookmark: E.Lieberman.2006
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: End User Development
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series 9
Editor: Lieberman, Henry
Editor: Paternò, Fabio
Editor: Wulf, Volker
Date: 2006
Number of Chapters: 21
Pages: 486
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-5386-X
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4020-4220-1 (print), 978-1-4020-5386-3 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
End-User Development: An Emerging Paradigm (1-8)
	+ Lieberman, Henry
	+ Paternò, Fabio
	+ Klann, Markus
	+ Wulf, Volker
Psychological Issues in End-User Programming (9-30)
	+ Blackwell, Alan F.
More Natural Programming Languages and Environments (31-50)
	+ Pane, John F.
	+ Myers, Brad A.
What Makes End-User Development Tick? 13 Design Guidelines (51-85)
	+ Repenning, Alexander
	+ Ioannidou, Andri
An Integrated Software Engineering Approach for End-User Programmers (87-113)
	+ Burnett, Margaret
	+ Rothermel, Gregg
	+ Cook, Curtis
Component-Based Approaches to Tailorable Systems (115-141)
	+ Won, Markus
	+ Stiemerling, Oliver
	+ Wulf, Volker
Natural Development of Nomadic Interfaces Based on Conceptual Descriptions (143-159)
	+ Berti, Silvia
	+ Paternò, Fabio
	+ Santoro, Carmen
End User Development of Web Applications (161-182)
	+ Rode, Jochen
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Quiñones, Manuel A. Pérez
End-User Development: The Software Shaping Workshop Approach (183-205)
	+ Costabile, Maria Francesca
	+ Fogli, Daniela
	+ Mussio, Piero
	+ al, et
Participatory Programming: Developing Programmable Bioinformatics Tools for End-Users (207-242)
	+ Letondal, Catherine
Challenges for End-User Development in Intelligent Environments (243-250)
	+ De Ruyter, Boris
	+ Van De Sluis, Richard
Fuzzy Rewriting (251-267)
	+ Harada, Yasunori
	+ Potter, Richard
Breaking It Up: An Industrial Case Study of Component-Based Tailorable Software Design (269-294)
	+ Stevens, Gunnar
	+ Quaisser, Gunter
	+ Klann, Markus
End-User Development as Adaptive Maintenance (295-313)
	+ Dittrich, Yvonne
	+ Lindeberg, Olle
	+ Lundberg, Lars
Supporting Collaborative Tailoring (315-345)
	+ Pipek, Volkmar
	+ Kahler, Helge
EUD as Integration of Components Off-The-Shelf: The Role of Software Professionals Knowledge Artifacts (347-369)
	+ Bandini, Stefania
	+ Simone, Carla
Organizational View of End-User Development (371-399)
	+ Mehandjiev, Nikolay
	+ Sutcliffe, Alistair
	+ Lee, Darren
A Semiotic Framing for End-User Development (401-426)
	+ De Souza, Clarisse Sieckenius
	+ Barbosa, Simone Diniz Junqueira
Meta-design: A Framework for the Future of End-User Development (427-457)
	+ Fischer, Gerhard
	+ Giaccardi, Elisa
Feasibility Studies for Programming in Natural Language (459-473)
	+ Lieberman, Henry
	+ Liu, Hugo
Future Perspectives in End-User Development (475-486)
	+ Klann, Markus
	+ Paternò, Fabio
	+ Wulf, Volker

Bookmark: E.Lieberman.06
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: End-User Development
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series, Vol. 9
Editor: Lieberman, Henry
Editor: Paterno, Fabio
Editor: Wulf, Volker
Date: 2006
Pages: 495
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 1-4020-4220-5
Contents:
1. End-User Development: an Emerging Paradigm
	+ Lieberman, H.
	+ Paterno, F.
	+ Wulf, V.
2. Psychological Issues in End User Programming
	+ Blackwell, A.
3. More Natural Programming Languages and Environments
	+ Pane, J. F.
	et al
4. What makes End-User development tick? 13 Design Guidelines
	+ Repenning, A.
	et al
5. An Integrated Software Enmgineering Approach for End-User Programmers
	+ Burnett, M.
	et al

Bookmark: E.Wogalter.06
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Warnings
Editor: Wogalter, Michael S.
Date: 2006
Pages: 864
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-4724-3; 9780805847246
Contents:
Part I: Introduction
Part II: Research Methodology
Part III: Modeling the Process
Part IV: Source and Channel Predelivery Aspects
Part V: Visual Warnings
Part VI: Auditory and Active Warnings
Part VII: Postreception Processing
Part VIII: Individual Differences and Extrinsic Factors
Part IX: Guidelines From Research
Part X: Development Methods
Part XI: Regulations
Part XII: Civil Litigation
Part XIII: Selected Applications and Case Studies
Appendix: Bibliography of Standards

Bookmark: E.Bagnara.06
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Theories and Practice in Interaction Design
Editor: Bagnara, Sebastiano
Editor: Smith, Gillian Crampton
Date: 2006
Pages: 392
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-5618-8; 9780805856187
Contents:
Introduction
	+ Bagnara, S.
	+ Smith, G. Crampton
Part I: Activity
	Activity Theory and Expansive Design
	+ Engestrom, Y.
	Activity: Analysis, Design, and Management
	+ Moran, T. P.
	Virtual Environments and Haptic Interfaces
	+ Bergamasco, M.
Part II: Emotion
	The Feeling of Values: For a Phenomenological Theory of Affectivity
	+ De Monticelli, R.
	The Contagion of Emotions
	+ Marti, P.
	Designers and Users: Two Perspectives on Emotion and Design
	+ Norman, D. A.
	+ Ortony, A.
Part III: Situatedness
	Situatedness Revisited: The Role of Cognition and Emotion
	+ Ciborra, C.
	More Than One Way of Knowing
	+ Smith, G. Crampton
	+ Tabor, P.
Part IV: Community
	Participation and Community
	+ Goodwin, C.
	Participation in Interaction Design: Actors and Artifacts in Interaction
	+ Ehn, P.
Part V: Conversation
	From Conversation to Interaction Via Behavioral Communication: For a Semiotic Design of Objects, Environments, and Behaviors
	+ Castelfranchi, C.
	From Function to Dialog
	+ Mattioda, M.
	+ Vercellone, F.
	Interface Design and Persuasive Intelligent User Interfaces
	+ Stock, O.
	+ Guerini, M.
	+ Zancanaro, M.
Part VI: Memories
	Remembering Together: Some Thoughts on How Direct or Virtual Social Interactions Influence Memory Processes
	+ Leone, G.
	Memory for Future Actions
	+ Brandimonte, M. A.
	Community Memory as a Process: Reflections and Indications for Design
	+ De Michelis, G.
Part VII: Market
	Bad Design by Design? Economics Meets Other Types of Interactions
	+ Picci, L.
	From Interaction Costs to Interaction Design
	+ Franzini, M.
	Interaction Design: Six True Stories
	+ Moggridge, B.
Part VIII: In Search of a Framework
	Interaction as an Ecology: Building a Framework
	+ Poggenpohl, S. H.
	Five Lenses: Towards a Toolkit for Interaction Design
	+ Erickson, T.
	A Trickster Approach to Interaction Design
	+ Hosoe, I.

Bookmark: E.Walker.05
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cognitive technology : essays on the transformation of thought and society
Editor: Walker, W. Richard
Editor: Herrmann, Douglas J.
Date: 2005
Pages: 216
Publisher: McFarland & Co
Standard number: ISBN: 0-78641974-1
Weblink: Table of Contents

Bookmark: E.Bias.05
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cost-Justifying Usability: an update for an Internet age
Editor: Bias, Randolph G.
Editor: Mayhew, Deborah J.
Date: 2005
Pages: 660
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-095811-2 978-0-12-095811-5
Note: 2nd edition
Contents:
INTRODUCTION:
1. Justifying cost-justifying usability
	+ Bias, Randolph G.
	+ Karat, Claire-Marie
2. User interface design's return on investment: Examples and statistics
	+ Marcus, Aaron
FRAMEWORK:
3. A basic framework
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
	+ Tremaine, Marilyn M.
4. A business case approach to usability cost justification for the web
	+ Karat, Claire-Marie
5. Marketing usability
	+ Hennemann, Richard L.
6. Valuing usability for startups
	+ Crow, David
ORGANIZATIONAL AND DESIGN CONTEXT:
7. Cost-justifying usability in vendor companies
	+ Rohn, Janice A.
8. Categories of return on investement and their practical implications
	+ Wilson, Chauncey E.
	+ Rosenbaum, Stephanie
9. Usability science: Tactical and strategic cost justifications in large corporate applications
	+ Mauro, Charles L.
10. The return on investment in usability of Web applications
	+ Karat, Claire-Marie
	+ Lund, Arnie
11. Making the business case for international user centered design
	+ Siegel, David A.
	+ Dray, Susan M.
12. Cost-justification of usability engineering for international Web sites
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
13. Return on goodwill: Return on investment for usability
	+ Brink, Tom
METHODS AND APPROACHES:
14. Ethnography for software development
	+ Kirah, Anne
	+ Fuson, Carolyn
	+ Grudin, Jonathan
	+ Feldman, Evan
15. Out of the box: Approaches to good initial interface designs
	+ Gillan, Douglas J.
	+ Sapp, Merrill V.
16. Keystroke level modeling as a cost-justification tool
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
17. The Rapid Iterative Test and Evaluation Method (RITE): Better products in less time
	+ Medlock, Michael C.
	+ Wixon, Dennis
	+ McGee, Mick
	+ Welsh, Dan
18. Summative usability testing: Measurement and sample size
	+ Kirakowski, Jurek
19. Cost-justifying online surveys
	+ Weiss, Scott
20. Cost-benefit framework and case studies
	+ Bevan, Nigel
21. At Sprint, understanding the language of business gives usability a position net present value
	+ Heppner, Clyde C.
	+ Kates, Jesse
	+ Lynch, Jefferey S.
	+ Moritz, Robert R.
22. Conclusion, wrap-up, next steps
	+ Bias, Randolph G.

Bookmark: E.Ruttkay.2005
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: From Brows to Trust: Evaluating Embodied Conversational Agents
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series 7
Editor: Ruttkay, Zsófia
Editor: Pelachaud, Catherine
Date: 2005
Number of Chapters: 12
Pages: 352
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-2730-3
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4020-2729-1 (print), 978-1-4020-2730-7 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== EVALUATION METHODOLOGY ==
The Blind Men and the Elephant Revisited (3-26)
	+ Isbister, Katherine
	+ Doyle, Patrick
Embodied Conversational Agents on a Common Ground (27-66)
	+ Ruttkay, Zsófia
	+ Dormann, Claire
	+ Noot, Han
Empirical Evaluation Methodology for Embodied Conversational Agents (67-90)
	+ Christoph, Noor
Evaluating Users' Reactions to Human-Like Interfaces (101-124)
	+ Cerrato, Loredana
	+ Ekeklint, Susanne
== THE USER IN FOCUS ==
User-Centred Design and Evaluation of Affective Interfaces (127-160)
	+ Höoöok, Kristina
'User as Assessor' Approach to Embodied Conversational Agents (161-188)
	+ Nass, Clifford
	+ Robles, Erica
	+ Wang, Qianying
== EVALUATION OF ECAS ==
More About Brows (191-216)
	+ Krahmer, Emiel
	+ Swerts, Marc
Evaluation of Multimodal Behaviour of Embodied Agents (217-238)
	+ Buisine, Stéphanie
	+ Abrilian, Sarkis
	+ Martin, Jean-Claude
ECA as User Interface Paradigm (239-267)
	+ Catrambone, Richard
	+ Stasko, John
	+ Xiao, Jun
== EVALUATION OF APPLICATIONS ==
Talking to Digital Fish (271-292)
	+ Darves, Courtney
	+ Oviatt, Sharon
Experimental Evaluation of the Use of ECAs in ecommerce Applications (293-321)
	+ Morton, Hazel
	+ McBreen, Helen
	+ Jack, Mervyn
What We Can Learn from Avatar-Driven Internet Communities (323-352)
	+ Krenn, Brigitte
	+ Neumayr, Barbara
	+ Schmotzer, Christoph
	+ Grice, Martine

Bookmark: E.Blythe.2005
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Funology: From Usability to Enjoyment
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series 3
Editor: Blythe, Mark A.
Editor: Overbeeke, Kees
Editor: Monk, Andrew F.
Editor: Wright, Peter C.
Date: 2005
Number of Chapters: 28
Pages: 281
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-2967-5
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4020-2966-0 (print), 978-1-4020-2967-7 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== THEORIES AND CONCEPTS ==
Introduction to Section 1 (3-5)
Let's Make Things Engaging (7-17)
	+ Overbeeke, Kees
	+ Djajadiningrat, Tom
	+ Hummels, Caroline
	+ Wensveen, Stephan
	+ Prens, Joep
The Engineering of Experience (19-29)
	+ Sengers, Phoebe
The Thing and I: Understanding the Relationship Between User and Product (31-42)
	+ Hassenzahl, Marc
Making Sense of Experience (43-53)
	+ Wright, Peter
	+ McCarthy, John
	+ Meekison, Lisa
Enjoyment: Lessons from Karasek (55-65)
	+ Brandtzæg, Petter Bae
	+ Følstad, Asbjørn
	+ Heim, Jan
Fun on the Phone: The Situated Experience of Recreational Telephone Conferences (67-79)
	+ Reed, Darren J.
The Enchantments of Technology (81-90)
	+ McCarthy, John C.
	+ Wright, Peter C.
The Semantics of Fun: Differentiating Enjoyable Eeperiences (91-100)
	+ Blythe, Mark
	+ Hassenzahl, Marc
== METHODS AND TECHNIQUES ==
User Empowerment and the Fun Factor (103-105)
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
Introduction to Section 2 (107-109)
Measuring Emotion: Development and Application of an Instrument to Measure Emotional Responses to Products (111-123)
	+ Desmet, Pieter
That's Entertainment! (125-136)
	+ Karat, John
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
Designing for Fun: User-Testing Case Studies (137-150)
	+ Pagulayan, Randy J.
	+ Steury, Keith R.
	+ Fulton, Bill
	+ Romero, Ramon L.
Playing Games in the Emotional Space (151-163)
	+ Andersen, Kristina
	+ Jacobs, Margot
	+ Polazzi, Laura
Deconstructing Experience: Pulling Crackers Apart (165-178)
	+ Dix, Alan
Designing Engaging Experiences with Children and Artists (179-187)
	+ Hull, Richard
	+ Reid, Jo
Building Narrative Experiences for Children Through Real Time Media Manipulation: Pogo World (189-199)
	+ Rizzo, Antonio
	+ Marti, Patrizia
	+ Decortis, Françoise
	+ Rutgers, Job
	+ Thursfield, Paul
== CASE STUDIES IN DESIGN ==
Introduction to Section 3 (203-204)
The Joy of Telephony: Designing Appealing Interactions (205-211)
	+ Hohl, Hubertus
	+ Wissmann, Klaus
	+ Burger, Manfred
From Usable to Enjoyable Information Displays (213-221)
	+ Ljungblad, Sara
	+ Skog, Tobias
	+ Holmquist, Lars Erik
Fun for All: Promoting Engagement and Paraticipation in Community Programming Projects (223-232)
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Carroll, John M.
Storytelling & Conversation to Improve the Fun Factor in Software Applications (233-241)
	+ Braun, Norbert
Deconstructing Ghosts (243-248)
	+ Sykes, Jonathan
	+ Wiseman, Richard
Interfacing the Narrative Experience (249-256)
	+ Falk, Jennica
Whose Line is It Anyway? Enabling Creative Appropriation of Television (257-263)
	+ Blankinship, Erik
	+ Esara, Pilapa
The Interactive Installation ISH: In Search of Resonant Human Product Interaction (265-274)
	+ Hummels, Caroline
	+ Overbeeke, Kees
	+ Van Der Helm, Aadjan
Fun with Your Alarm Clock: Designing for Engaging Experiences Through Emotionally Rich Interaction (275-281)
	+ Wensveen, Stephan
	+ Overbeeke, Kees

Bookmark: E.Pirhonen.05
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Future interaction design
Editor: Pirhonen, Antti
Date: 2005
Pages: 216
Publisher: Springer
Standard number: ISBN: 1-85233791-5
Contents:
Introducing the challenges of future interaction design
The value of the novel in designing for experience
	+ Wright, Peter
	+ McCarthy, John
A human-centred perspective on interaction design
	+ Bannon, Liam J.
Incorporating self into web information system design
	+ Greenhill, Anita
	+ Isomaki, Hannakaisa
Explanatory frameworks for interaction design
	+ Saariluoma, Pertti
Toward the analysis of the interaction in the joint cognitive system
	+ Callas, Jose J.
	+ Salmeron, Ladislao
	+ Fajardo, Inmaculada
To simulate or to stimulate? In search of the power of metaphor in design
	+ Pirhonen, Antti
Designing ubiquitous computer-human interaction: The case of the connected family
	+ Markopoulos, Panos
Older adults: Key factors in design
	+ Zajicek, Mary
Society of mixtangibles
	+ Thomsen, Michael
Digital jewellery as experience
	+ Wallace, Jayne
	+ Dearden, Andrew

Bookmark: E.Karwowski.05
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Standards and Guidelines in Ergonomics and Human Factors
Editor: Karwowski, Waldemar
Date: 2005
Pages: 648
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-4129-6; 9780805841299
Contents:
Part I: Standardization Efforts in Human Factors and Ergonomics
Part II: Nature of HF/E Standards and Guidelines
Part III: Engineering Anthropometry and Working Postures
Part IV: Design and Evaluation of Manual Material Handling Tasks
Part V: Human-Computer Interaction
Part VI: Management of Occupational Safety and Health
Part VII: Safety and Legal Protection Standards
Part VIII: Military Human Factors Standards

Bookmark: E.Seffah.05
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human-Centered Software Engineering - Integrating Usability in the Software Development Lifecycle
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series, Vol. 8
Editor: Seffah, Ahmed
Editor: Gulliksen, Jan
Editor: Desmarais, Michel C.
Date: 2005
Pages: 391
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 1-4020-4027-X

Bookmark: E.Seffah.2005
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human-Centered Software Engineering -- Integrating Usability in the Software Development Lifecycle
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series 8
Editor: Seffah, Ahmed
Editor: Gulliksen, Jan
Editor: Desmarais, Michel C.
Date: 2005
Number of Chapters: 17
Pages: 351
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-4113-6
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4020-4027-6 (print), 978-1-4020-4113-6 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
An Introduction to Human-Centered Software Engineering (3-14)
	+ Seffah, Ahmed
	+ Gulliksen, Jan
	+ Desmarais, Michel C.
== PRINCIPLES, MYTHS AND CHALLENGES ==
Key Principles for User-Centred Systems Design (17-36)
	+ Gulliksen, Jan
	+ Göransson, Bengt
	+ Boivie, Inger
	+ Persson, Jenny
	+ Blomkvist, Stefan
	+ al, et
HCI, Usability and Software Engineering Integration: Present and Future (37-57)
	+ Seffah, Ahmed
	+ Desmarais, Michel C.
	+ Metzker, Eduard
Surveying the Solitudes: An Investigation into the Relationships between Human Computer Interaction and Software Engineering in Practice (59-70)
	+ Jerome, Bill
	+ Kazman, Rick
Convergence or Competition between Software Engineering and Human Computer Interaction (71-84)
	+ Sutcliffe, Allistair G.
== REQUIREMENTS, SCENARIOS, AND USE-CASES ==
Experience with Using General Usability Scenarios on the Software Architecture of a Collaborative System (87-112)
	+ Adams, Rob J.
	+ Bass, Len
	+ John, Bonnie E.
Linking User Needs and Use Case-Driven Requirements Engineering (113-125)
	+ Kujala, Sari
Guiding Designers to the World of Usability: Determining Usability Requirements Through Teamwork (127-145)
	+ Jokela, Timo
Transforming Usability Engineering Requirements into Software Engineering Specifications: From PUF to UML (147-169)
	+ Carter, Jim A.
	+ Liu, Jun
	+ Schneider, Kevin
	+ Fourney, David
== UCD, UNIFIED AND AGILE PROCESSES ==
Which, When and How Usability Techniques and Activities Should Be Integrated (173-200)
	+ Ferre, Xavier
	+ Juristo, Natalia
	+ Moreno, Ana M.
Coping with Complexity (201-217)
	+ Roberts, Dave
Towards a Model for Bridging Agile Development and User-Centered Design (219-244)
	+ Blomkvist, Stefan
Ripple: An Event Driven Design Representation Framework for Integrating Usability and Software Engineering Life Cycles (245-265)
	+ Pyla, Pardha S.
	+ Pérez-Quiñones, Manuel A.
	+ Arthur, James D.
	+ Hartson, H. Rex
== UCD KNOWLEDGE AND UI DESIGN PATTERNS ==
Integrating User-Centered Design Knowledge with Scenarios (269-286)
	+ Haynes, Steven R.
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
Patterns of Integration: Bringing User Centered Design into the Software Development Lifecycle (287-308)
	+ Battle, Lisa
UI Design Patterns: Bridging Use Cases and UI Design (309-329)
	+ Artim, John M.
UI Design Patterns: From Theory to Practice (331-351)
	+ Wesson, Janet
	+ Cowley, Lester

Bookmark: E.Sarmento.05
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Issues of human computer interaction
Editor: Sarmento, Anabela
Date: 2005
Pages: 377
Publisher: IRM Press
Standard number: ISBN: 1-59140191-7 (hrd) 1-59140235-2 (ppb) 1-59140236-0 (ebook)
Weblink: Table of Contents

Bookmark: E.Spink.05
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: New directions in cognitive information retrieval
Editor: Spink, Amanda
Editor: Cole, Charles
Date: 2005
Pages: 250
Publisher: Springer
Standard number: ISBN: 1-40204013-X (HB) 1-40204014-8 (e-book)
Contents:
I. INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction: New Directions in Cognitive Information Retrieval
	+ Spink, Amanda
	+ Cole, Charles
II. CIR CONCEPTS
2. Interactive Information Retrieval: Bringing the User to a Selection State
	+ Cole, Charles
	+ Beheshti, Jamshid
	+ Leide, John E.
	+ Large, Andrew
3. Cognitive Overlaps along the Polyrepresentation Continuum
	+ Larsen, Birger
	+ Ingwersen, Peter
4. Integrating Approaches to Relevance
	+ Ruthven, Ian
5. New Cognitive Directions
	+ Ford, Nigel
III. CIR PROCESSES
6. A Multitasking Framework for Cognitive Information Retrieval
	+ Spink, Amanda
	+ Cole, Charles
7. Explanation in Information Seeking and Retrieval
	+ Vakkari, Pertti
	+ Järvelin, Kalervo
8. Towards An Alternative Information Retrieval System for Children
	+ Beheshti, Jamshid
	+ Bowler, Leanne
	+ Large, Andrew
	+ Nesset, Valerie
IV. CIR TECHNIQUES
9. Implicit Feedback: Using Behavior to Infer Relevance
	+ Kelly, Diane
10. Educational Knowledge Domain Visualizations: Tools to Navigate, Understand, and Internalize the Structure of Scholarly Knowledge and Expertise
	+ Hook, Peter A.
	+ Borner, Katy
11. Learning and Training to Search
	+ Lucas, Wendy
	+ Topi, Heikki
V. CONCLUSIONS
12. Conclusion and Further Research
	+ Spink, Amanda
	+ Cole, Charles

Bookmark: E.Anshel.05
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Visual ergonomics handbook
Editor: Anshel, Jeffrey
Date: 2005
Pages: 214
Publisher: CRC/Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 1-56670682-3

Bookmark: E.Bainbridge.04
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Berkshire encyclopedia of human-computer interaction
Editor: Bainbridge, William Sims
Date: 2004
Pages: 929
Publisher: Berkshire Pub. Group
Standard number: ISBN: 0-97430915-X (e-book) 0-97430912-5 (hardcopy)

Bookmark: E.Karat.04
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing Personalized User Experiences in eCommerce
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series, Vol. 5
Editor: Karat, Clare-Marie
Editor: Blom, Jan O.
Editor: Karat, John
Date: 2004
Pages: 360
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 1-4020-2147-X
Contents:
1: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
1. Introduction and Overview
2: THEORETICAL, CONCEPTUAL AND ARCHITECTURAL FRAMEWORKS OF PERSONALIZATION
2. Personalizing Interaction
3. Towards Psychological Customization of Information for Individuals and Some Groups
4. Personalization and Trust
5. "I Didn't Buy it for Myself"
6. An Information Architecture Perspective on Personalization
7. E-Commerce Personalization and Real-Time Site Monitoring
3: RESEARCH ON THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF PERSONALIZED USER EXPERIENCES IN DIFFERENT DOMAINS
8. Personalized Electronic Banking Services
9. Personalized Ubiquitous Commerce
10. Self-Service, Personalization and Electronic Government
11. Creating an E-Commerce Environment where Consumers are Willing to Share Personal Information
12. Buyer Behavior in Personalized Shopping Environments
4: APPROACHES TO PERSONALIZATION THROUGH RECOMMENDER SYSTEMS
13. Supporting Travel Decision Making through Personalized Recommendation
14. Improving Collaborative Recommender Systems by Means of User Profiles
15. Personalized Presentation of Policies and Processes
16. Recommending as Personalized Teaching
5: LESSONS LEARNED AND FUTURE RESEARCH QUESTIONS
17. Impacts of User Privacy Preferences on Personalized Systems
18. Challenges for User-Centric Personalization research

Bookmark: E.Karat.2004
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing Personalized User Experiences in eCommerce
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series 5
Editor: Karat, Clare-Marie
Editor: Blom, Jan O.
Editor: Karat, John
Date: 2004
Number of Chapters: 18
Pages: 348
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-2148-8
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4020-2147-3 (print), 978-1-4020-2148-0 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW ==
Introduction and Overview (1-6)
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
	+ Blom, Jan
	+ Karat, John
== THEORETICAL, CONCEPTUAL, AND ARCHITECTURAL FRAMEWORKS OF PERSONALIZATION ==
Personalizing Interaction (7-17)
	+ Karat, John
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
	+ Brodie, Carolyn
Towards Psychological Customization of Information for Individuals and Social Groups (19-37)
	+ Saari, Timo
	+ Turpeinen, Marko
Personalisation and Trust: A Reciprocal Relationship? (39-55)
	+ Briggs, Pamela
	+ Simpson, Brad
	+ De Angeli, Antonella
I Didn't buy It for Myself (57-73)
	+ Cranor, Lorrie Faith
An Information Architecture Perspective on Personalization (75-93)
	+ Instone, Keith
E-Commerce Personalization and Real-Time Site Monitoring (95-117)
	+ Hoelscher, Christoph
	+ Dietrich, Horst
== RESEARCH ON THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF PERSONALIZED USER EXPERIENCES IN DIFFERENT DOMAINS ==
Personalized Electronic Banking Services (119-140)
	+ Hiltunen, Mika
	+ Heng, Leo
	+ Helgesen, Linda
Personalized Ubiquitous Commerce: An Application Perspective (141-160)
	+ Wan, Dadong
Self-Service, Personalization and Electronic Governmen (161-183)
	+ Halstead-Nussloch, Richard
Creating an E-Commerce Environment Where Consumers Are Willing to Share Personal Information (185-206)
	+ Brodie, Carolyn
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
	+ Karat, John
Buyer Behavior in Personalized Shopping Environments (207-229)
	+ Häubl, Gerald
	+ Dellaert, Benedict G. C.
	+ Murray, Kyle B.
	+ Trifts, Valerie
== APPROACHES TO PERSONALIZATION THROUGH RECOMMENDER SYSTEMS ==
Supporting Travel Decision Making Through Personalized Recommendation (231-251)
	+ Ricci, Francesco
	+ Del Missier, Fabio
Improving Collaborative Recommender Systems by Means of User Profiles (253-273)
	+ Degemmis, Marco
	+ Lops, Pasquale
	+ Semeraro, Giovanni
	+ Costabile, Maria Francesca
	+ al, et
Personalized Presentation of Policies and Processes (275-292)
	+ Wagner, Earl J.
	+ Lieberman, Henry
Recommending as Personalized Teaching (293-313)
	+ Stolze, Markus
	+ Ströbel, Michael
== LESSONS LEARNED AND FUTURE RESEARCH QUESTIONS ==
Impacts of User Privacy Preferences on Personalized Systems (315-332)
	+ Teltzrow, Maximilian
	+ Kobsa, Alfred
Challenges for User-Centric Personalization Research (333-348)
	+ Blom, Jan O.

Bookmark: E.Ruttkay.04
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: From Brows to Trust - Evaluating Embodied Conversational Agents
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series, Vol. 7
Editor: Ruttkay, Zsofia
Editor: Pelachaud, Catherine
Date: 2004
Pages: 352
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 1-4020-2729-X
Contents:
PART I EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
1. The Blind Men and the Elephant Revisited
2. Embodied Conversational Agents on a Common Ground
3. Empirical Evaluation Methodology for Embodied Conversational Agents
4. Evaluating Users' Reactions to Human-Like Interfaces
PART II THE USER IN FOCUS
5. User-Centred Design and Evaluation of Affective Agents
6. 'User as Assessor' Approach to Embodied Conversational Agents
PART III EVALUATION OF ECAS
7. More about Brows
8. Evaluation of Multimodal Behaviour of Embodied Agents
9. ECA as User Interface Paradigm
PART IV EVALUATION OF APPLICATIONS
10. Talking to Digital Fish
11. Experimental Evaluation of the Use of ECAs in eCommerce Applications
12. What we can Learn from Avatar-driven Internet Communities

Bookmark: E.Ardissono.04
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Personalized Digital Television: Targeting Programs to Individual Viewers
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series 6
Editor: Ardissono, Liliana
Editor: Kobsa, Alfred
Editor: Maybury, Mark T.
Date: 2004
Number of Chapters: 11
Pages: 331
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Standard number: DOI: 10.1007/1-4020-2164-X
Standard number: ISBN: 978-1-4020-2163-3 (print), 978-1-4020-2164-0 (online)
Standard number: ISBN: 1-4020-2163-1
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
== ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDES ==
User Modeling and Recommendation Techniques for Personalized Electronic Program Guides (3-26)
TV Personalization System (27-51)
Case-Studies on the Evolution of the Personalized Electronic Program Guide (53-71)
Interactive Television Personalization (73-91)
Group Modeling: Selecting a Sequence of Television Items to Suit a Group of Viewers (93-141)
Categorization of Japanese TV Viewers Based on Program Genres They Watch (143-173)
== BROADCAST NEWS AND PERSONALIZED CONTENT ==
Personalcasting: Tailored Broadcast News (177-202)
Media Augmentation and Personalization Through Multimedia Processing and Information Extraction (203-233)
Content Morphing: A Novel System for Broadcast Delivery of Personalizable Content (235-255)
== ITV USER INTERFACES ==
Designing Usable Interfaces for TV Recommender Systems (259-285)
The Time-Pillar World (287-320)

Bookmark: E.Aykin.04
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Usability and Internationalization of Information Technology
Editor: Aykin, Nuray
Date: 2004
Pages: 392
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-4478-3 9780805844788 (cloth) 0-8058-4479-1 9780805844795 (paper)
Contents:
Foreword to Book
	+ Nielsen, J.
Part I: Introduction and Cultural Considerations
	Overview: Where to Start and What to Consider
	+ Aykin, N.
	Practical Issues and Guidelines for International Information Display
	+ Aykin, N.
	+ Milewsik, A. E.
	User Interface Design and Culture
	+ Marcus, A.
	Synthesizing the Literature on Cultural Values
	+ Gould, E. W.
	Managing Multicultural Content in the Global Enterprise
	+ Woods, J.
Part II: Design Issues and Usability Engineering
	Graphics: The Not Quite Universal Language
	+ Horton, W.
	"Sunday in Shanghai, Monday in Madrid?!": Key Issues and Decisions in Planning International User Studies
	+ Dray, S. M.
	+ Siegel, D. A.
	Cost-Justifying Usability Engineering for Cross-Cultural User Interface Design
	+ Mayhew, D. J.
	+ Bias, R. G.
Part III: Case Studies
	Cross-Cultural Design for Children in a Cyber Setting
	+ Clarke, J.
	Intercultural Human-Machine Systems: Empirical Study of User Requirements in Mainland China
	+ Rose, K.
	Travel Planning on the Web: A Cross-Cultural Case Study
	+ Degen, H.
	+ Lubin, K-L.
	+ Pedell, S.
	+ Ji, Z.

Bookmark: E.Blythe.03
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Funology - From Usability to Enjoyment
Series Title: Human-Computer Interaction Series, Vol. 3
Author: Wright, P. C.
Editor: Blythe, M. A.
Editor: Overbeeke, K.
Editor: Monk, A. F.
Date: 2003
Pages: 320
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 1-4020-1252-7

Bookmark: E.Carroll.2003
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: HCI Models, Theories, and Frameworks: Toward a multidisciplinary science
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 2003
Pages: 576
City: San Francisco
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-808-7
Contents:
1. Introduction: Toward a Multidisciplinary Science of Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Carroll, John M.
2. Design as Applied Perception
	+ Ware, Colin
3. Motor Behavior Models for Human-Computer Interaction
	+ MacKenzie, I. Scott
4. Information Processing and Skilled Behavior
	+ John, Bonnie E.
5. Notational Systems--The Cognitive Dimensions of Notations Framework
	+ Blackwell, Alan
	+ Green, Thomas
6. Users' Mental Models: The Very Ideas
	+ Payne, Stephen J.
7. Exploring and Finding Information
	+ Pirolli, Peter
8. Distributed Cognition
	+ Perry, Mark
9. Cognitive Work Analysis
	+ Sanderson, Penelope M.
10. Common Ground in Electronically Mediated Communication: Clark's Theory of Language Use
	+ Monk, Andrew
11. Activity Theory
	+ Bertelsen, Olav W.
	+ Bødker, Susanne
12. Applying Social Psychological Theory to the Problems of Group Work
	+ Kraut, Robert E.
13. Studies of Work in Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Button, Graham
14. Upside-Down Vs and Algorithms--Computational Formalisms and Theory
	+ Dix, Alan
15. Design Rationale as Theory
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth

Bookmark: E.Hollnagel.03
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Cognitive Task Design
Series Title: Human Factors and Ergonomics
Editor: Hollnagel, Erik
Date: 2003
Pages: 840
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-4003-6; 9780805840032
Contents:
Part I:Theories
	Prolegomenon to Cognitive Task Design
	+ Hollnagel, E.
	Hierarchical Task Analysis
	+ Annett, J.
	Discovering How Distributed Cognitive Systems Work
	+ Woods, D. D.
	Course-of-Action Analysis and Course-of-Action Centered Design
	+ Theureau, J.
	Cognitive Work Investigation and Design in Practice: The Influence of Social Context and Social Work Artefacts
	+ Wilson, J. R.
	+ Jackson, S.
	+ Nichols, S.
	Group Task Analysis and Design of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
	+ Luczak, H.
	+ Muhlfelder, M.
	+ Schmidt, L.
	Cognitive Workload and Adaptive Systems
	+ Alty, J. L.
	Adaptive Automation: Sharing and Trading of Control
	+ Inagaki, T.
	A Search for Meaning: A Case Study of the Approach-to-Landing
	+ Flach, J. M.
	+ Jacques, P. F.
	+ Patrick, D. L.
	+ Amelink, M.
	+ van Paassen, M. M.
	+ Mulder, M.
	Requisite Imagination: The Fine Art of Anticipating What Might Go Wrong.
	+ Adamski, A. J.
	+ Westrum, R.
Part II:Methods
	Cognitive Factors in the Analysis, Design, and Assessment of Command and Control Systems
	+ Smalley, J.
	Basic Cognitive Principles Applied to the Design of Advanced Supervisory Systems for Process Control
	+ Riera, B.
	+ Debernard, S.
	Cognitive Tasks Load Analysis: Allocating Tasks and Designing Support
	+ Neerincx, M. A.
	Cognitive Task Modelling for System Design and Evaluation in Nonroutine Task Domains
	+ Tselios, N. K.
	+ Avouris, N. M.
	Design of Systems in Settings With Remote Access to Cognitive Performance
	+ Strater, O.
	+ Bubb, H.
	Applied Cognitive Work Analysis: A Pragmatic Methodology for Designing Revolutionary Cognitive Affordances
	+ Elm, W. C.
	+ Potter, S. S.
	+ Gualtieri, J. W.
	+ Easter, J. R.
	+ Roth, E. M.
	Decision-Centered Design: Leveraging Cognitive Task Analysis in Design
	+ Hutton, R. J. B.
	+ Miller, T. E.
	+ Thordsen, M. L.
	A Cognitive Framework for Operation in Advanced Aerospace Technologies
	+ Corker, K. M.
	Groupware Task Analysis
	+ van Welie, M.
	+ Van Der Veer, G. C.
	KOMPASS: A Method for Complementary System Design
	+ Wafler, T.
	+ Grote, G.
	+ Windischer, A.
	+ Ryser, C.
	Relating the Automation of Functions in Multiagent Control Systems to a System Engineering Representation
	+ Harrison, M. D.
	+ Johnson, P. D.
	+ Wright, P. C.
	Product Design to Support User Abstractions.
	+ Blackwell, A. F.
	+ Hewson, R. L.
	+ Green, T. R. G.
Part III: Field Studies
	Mapping the Design Space for Socio-Cognitive Task Design
	+ Sutcliffe, A.
	The Design of POGO World
	+ Rizzo, A.
	+ Moderini, C.
	+ Decortis, F.
	+ Rutgers, J.
	Approaches to Transportation Safety: Methods and Case Studies Applying to Track Maintenance Train Operations
	+ Itoh, K.
	+ Seki, M.
	+ Andersen, H. B.
	Lessons From a Focus on Artefacts and Implicit Theories: Case Studies in Analysis and Design
	+ Bisantz, A. M.
	+ Ockerman, J. J.
	Case Studies: Applied Cognitive Work Analysis in the Design of Innovative Decision Support
	+ Potter, S. S.
	+ Gualtieri, J. W.
	+ Elm, W. C.
	Analysis of Procedure Following as Concerned Work
	+ Wright, P. C.
	+ McCarthy, J.
	Representations for Distributed Planning
	+ Shalin, V. L.
	+ McCraw, P. M.
	Pilot's Understanding Process When Coping With Automation Surprises
	+ Plat, M.
	Team Design
	+ Schraagen, J. M.
	+ Rasker, P.

Bookmark: E.Jacko.03
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The human-computer interaction handbook: fundamentals, evolving technologies, and emerging applications
Editor: Jacko, Julie A.
Editor: Sears, Andrew
Date: 2003
Pages: 1277
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-3838-4 (case) 0-8058-4468-6 (pbk.)
Weblink: www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/index1st.html
Contents:
I. The Evolution of Human-Computer Interaction: From Memex to Bluetooth and Beyond
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Intro.html
	+ Pew, Richard W.
II. HUMANS IN HCI (Mary Czerwinski)
1. Perceptual-Motor Interaction: Some Implications for HCI
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_1.html
	+ Chua, Romeo
	+ Weeks, Daniel J.
	+ Goodman, David
2. Human Information Processing: An overview for Human-Computer Interaction
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_2.html
	+ Proctor, Robert W.
	+ Vu, Kim-Phuong L.
3. Mental Models
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_3.html
	+ van der Veer, Gerrit C.
	+ Melguizo, Maria del Carmen Puerta
4. Emotion in Human-Computer Interaction
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_4.html
	+ Brave, Scott
	+ Nass, Cliff
5. Cognitive Architecture
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_5.html
	+ Byrne, Michael D.
6. Modeling Humans in HCI
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_6.html
	+ Yoshikawa, Hidekazu
III. COMPUTERS IN HCI (Rob Jacob)
7. Input Technologies and Techniques
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_7.html
	+ Hinckley, Ken
8. Conversational Interface Technologies
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_8.html
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
	+ Vergo, John
	+ Nahamoo, David
9. Visual Displays
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_9.html
	+ Luczak, Holger
	+ Roetting, Matthias
	+ Oehme, Olaf
10. Haptic Interfaces
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_10.html
	+ Iwata, Hiroo
11. Non-speech Auditory Output
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_11.html
	+ Brewster, Stephen
IV. HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
IV.A. Interaction Fundamentals (Julie Jacko)
12. Multimedia User Interface Design
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_12.html
	+ Sutcliffe, Alistair
13. Visual Design Principles for Usable Interfaces
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_13.html
	+ Watzman, Suzanne
14. Multimodal Interfaces
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_14.html
	+ Oviatt, Sharon
15. Adaptive Interfaces and Agents
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_15.html
	+ Jameson, Anthony
16. Network-Based Interaction
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_16.html
	+ Dix, Alan
17. Motivating, Influencing, and Persuading Users
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_17.html
	+ Fogg, BJ
18. Human Error Identification in Human Computer Interaction
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_18.html
	+ Stanton, Neville A.
19. Design of Computer Workstations
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_19.html
	+ Smith, Michael J.
	+ Carayon, Pascale
	+ Cohen, William J.
IV. B. Designing Interfaces For Diverse Users (Gregg Vanderheiden)
20. Genderizing HCI
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_20.html
	+ Cassell, Justine
21. Designing Computer Systems for Older Adults
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_21.html
	+ Czaja, Sara J.
	+ Lee, Chin Chin
22. HCI for Kids
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_22.html
	+ Bruckman, Amy
	+ Bandlow, Alisa
23. Global / Intercultural User-Interface Design
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_23.html
	+ Marcus, Aaron
24. Information Technology for Cognitive Support
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_24.html
	+ Newell, Alan F.
	+ Carmichael, Alex
	+ Gregor, Peter
	+ Alm, Norman
25. Physical Disabilities and Computing Technologies: An Analysis of Impairments
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_25.html
	+ Sears, Andrew
	+ Young, Mark
26. Perceptual Impairments and Computing Technologies
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_26.html
	+ Jacko, Julie A.
	+ Vitense, Holly
	+ Scott, Ingrid
IV.C. Interaction Issues for Special Applications (Jenny Preece)
27. Documentation: Not yet implemented but coming soon!
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_27.html
	+ Mehlenbacher, Brad
28. Information Visualization
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_28.html
	+ Card, Stuart
29. Groupware and Computer Supported Cooperative Work
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_29.html
	+ Olson, Gary M.
	+ Olson, Judith S.
30. Online Communities: Sociability and Usability
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_30.html
	+ Preece, Jenny
	+ Maloney-Krichmar, Diane
31. Virtual Environments
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_31.html
	+ Stanney, Kay M.
32. User-Centered Interdisciplinary Design of Wearable Computers
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_32.html
	+ Siewiorek, Daniel P.
	+ Smailagic, Asim
33. A Cognitive Systems Engineering Approach to the Design of Decision Support Systems
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_33.html
	+ Smith, Philip J.
	+ Geddes, Norman D.
34. Computer-Based Tutoring Systems: A Behavioral Approach
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_34.html
	+ Emurian, Henry H.
	+ Durham, Ashley G.
35. Conversational Speech Interfaces
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_35.html
	+ Lai, Jennifer
	+ Yankelovich, Nicole
36. The World-Wide Web
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_36.html
	+ Lazar, Jonathan
37. Information Appliances
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_37.html
	+ Sharpe, W. P.
	+ Stenton, S. P.
V. APPLICATION DOMAINS (Arnold M. Lund)
38. E-Commerce Interface Design
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_38.html
	+ Vergo, John
	+ Noronha, Sunil
	+ Kramer, Joseph
	+ Lenchner, Jon
	+ Cofino, Thomas A.
39. The Evolution of HCI during the Telecommunications Revolution
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_39.html
	+ Israelski, Edmond
	+ Lund, Arnold M.
40. Government Roles in HCI
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_40.html
	+ Scholtz, Jean
41. Human Computer Interaction in Health Care
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_41.html
	+ Sainfort, Francois
	+ Jacko, Julie
	+ Booske, Bridget C.
42. A Framework for Understanding the Development of Educational Software
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_42.html
	+ Quintana, Chris
	+ Krajcik, Joseph
	+ Soloway, Elliot
	+ Norris, Cathleen
43. Understanding Entertainment: Story and Gameplay are One
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_43.html
	+ Schell, Jesse
44. Motor Vehicle Driver Interfaces
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_44.html
	+ Green, Paul
45. Human Computer Interaction in Aerospace
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_45.html
	+ Pritchett, Amy R.
46. User-centered design in games
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_46.html
	+ Pagulayan, Randy J.
	+ Keeker, Kevin
	+ Wixon, Dennis
	+ Romero, Ramon L.
	+ Fuller, Thomas
VI. THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
VII.A. Requirements Specification (Michael J. Muller)
47. Requirements Specification within the Usability Engineering Lifecycle
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_47.html
	+ Mayhew, Deborah
48. Task Analysis
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_48.html
	+ Redish, Janice (Ginny)
	+ Wixon, Dennis
49. Contextual Design
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_49.html
	+ Holtzblatt, Karen
50. The Ethnographic Approach to Design
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_50.html
	+ Blomberg, Jeanette
	+ Burrell, Mark
	+ Guest, Greg
VII.B. Design and Development (Tom Stewart)
51. Guidelines, Standards, and Style Guides
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_51.html
	+ Stewart, Tom
	+ Travis, David
52. Prototyping tools and techniques
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_52.html
	+ Beaudouin-Lafon, Michel
	+ Mackay, Wendy
53. Scenario-based Design
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_53.html
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Carroll, John M.
54. Participatory Design: The Third Space in HCI
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_54.html
	+ Muller, Michael J.
55. Unified User Interface Development
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_55.html
	+ Stephanidis, C.
	+ Savidis, A.
VII.C. Testing and Evaluation (Andrew Sears)
56. User-based Evaluations
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_56.html
	+ Dumas, Joseph S.
57. Inspection-based Evaluations
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_57.html
	+ Cockton, Gilbert
	+ Lavery, Darryn
	+ Woolrych, Alan
58. Model-based Evaluation
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_58.html
	+ Kieras, David
59. Beyond Task Completion: Evaluation of Affective Components of Use
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_59.html
	+ Karat, John
VII. MANAGING HCI AND EMERGING ISSUES (HANS-JOERG BULLINGER AND JURGEN ZIEGLER)
60. Technology Transfer
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_60.html
	+ Schofield, Kevin
61. Human values, Ethics, and Design
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_61.html
	+ Friedman, Batya
	+ Kahn, Peter H., Jr.
62. Cost Justification
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_62.html
	+ Bias, Randolph G.
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
	+ Upmanyu, Dilip
63. The Evolving Role of Security, Privacy and Trust in a Digitized World
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_63.html
	+ Diller, Steve
	+ Lin, Lynn
	+ Tashjian, Vania
64. Achieving compatibility in HCI design and evaluation
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Chapter_64.html
	+ Karwowski, Waldemar
VIII. Perspectives on HCI
	http://www.isrc.umbc.edu/HCIHandbook/Future.html
	+ Salvendy, Gavriel

Bookmark: E.Stanney.02
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Virtual Environments: Design, Implementation, and Applications
Editor: Stanney, Kay
Date: 2002
Pages: 1272
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-3270-X; 9780805832709
Contents:
Part I: Introduction
Part II: System Requirements: Hardware Requirements
Part III: Design Approaches and Implementation Strategies
Part IV: Health and Safety Issues
Part V: Evaluation
Part VI: Selected Applications of Virtual Environments
Part VII: Conclusion

Bookmark: E.Snodgrass.02
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human factors in information systems
Editor: Szewczak, Edward
Editor: Snodgrass, Coral
Date: 2002
Pages: 324
Publisher: IRM Press
Standard number: ISBN: 1-93177710-1

Bookmark: E.Carroll.2002
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human-Computer Interaction in the New Millennium
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 2002
Pages: 752
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing
Standard number: ISBN: 0-201-70447-1
Weblink: www.aw.com/catalog/academic/product/1,4096,0201704471,00.html
Contents:
I. MODELS, THEORIES, AND FRAMEWORKS
	1. On the Effective Use and Reuse of HCI Knowledge
		+ Sutcliffe, Alistair
	2. Systems, Interactions, and Macrotheory
		+ Barnard, Philip
		+ May, Jon
		+ Duke, David
		+ Duce, David
	3. Design in the MoRAS
		+ Furnas, George W.
	4. Distributed Cognition: A New Foundation for Human-Computer Interaction
		+ Hollan, James D.
		+ Hutchins, Edwin
		+ Kirsh, Davis
II. USABILITY ENGINEERING METHODS AND CONCEPTS
	5. The Efficient Use of Complex Computer Systems
		+ Bhavnani, Suresh K.
		+ John, Bonnie E.
	6. User Interface Evaluation: How Cognitive Models Can Help
		+ Ritter, Frank E.
		+ Baxter, Gordon D.
		+ Jones, Gary
		+ Young, Richard M.
	7. HCI in the Global Knowledge-Based Economy: Designing to Support Worker Adaptation
		+ Vicente, Kim J.
	8. Let's Stop Pushing the Envelope and Start Addressing It: The Reference Task Agenda for HCI
		+ Whittaker, Steve
		+ Terveen, Loren
		+ Nardi, Bonnie A.
	9. The Maturation of HCI: Moving Beyond Usability Toward Holistic Interaction
		+ Maxwell, Kenneth
III. USER INTERFACE SOFTWARE AND TOOLS
	10. Past, Present, and Future of User Interface Software Tools
		+ Myers, Brad
		+ Hudson, Scott E.
		+ Pausch, Randy
	11. Creating Creativity: User Interfaces for Supporting Innovation
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	12. Towards a Human-Centered Interaction Architecture
		+ Winograd, Terry
IV. GROUPWARE AND COOPERATIVE ACTIVITY
	13. Computer Mediated Communications: Past and Future
		+ Turoff, Murray
		+ Hiltz, Starr Roxanne
		+ Bieber, Michael
		+ Whitworth, Brian
		+ Fjermestad, Jerry
	14. The Intellectual Challenge of CSCW: The Gap between Social Requirements and Technical Feasibility
		+ Ackerman, Mark S.
	15. Social Translucence: An Approach to Designing Systems That Support Social Processes
		+ Erickson, Thomas
		+ Kellogg, Wendy A.
	16. Transcending the Individual Human Mind: Creating Shared Understanding Through Collaborative Design
		+ Arias, Ernesto
		+ Eden, Hal
		+ Fischer, Gerhard
		+ Gorman, Andrew
		+ Scharff, Eric
	17. The Development of Cooperation: Five Years of Participatory Design in the Virtual School
		+ Carroll, John M.
		+ Chin, George
		+ Rosson, Mary Beth
		+ Neale, Dennis C.
	18. Distance Matters
		+ Olson, Gary M.
		+ Olson, Judith S.
V. MEDIA AND INFORMATION
	19. Designing the User Interface for Multimodal Speech and Gesture Applications: State-of-the-Art Systems and Research Directions for 2000 and Beyond
		+ Oviatt, Sharon
		+ Cohen, Phil
		+ Suhm, Bernhard
		+ Bers, John
		+ Wu, Lizhong
		+ Holzman, Thomas
		+ Winograd, Terry
		+ Vergo, John
		+ Duncan, Lisbeth
		+ Landay, James
		+ Larson, Jim
		+ Ferro, David
	20. Technologies of Information: HCI and the Digital Library
		+ Dillon, Andrew
	21. Intelligent Interfaces
		+ Lieberman, Henry
	22. Human-Computer Collaboration in Recommended Systems
		+ Terveen, Loren
		+ Hill, Will
VI. INTEGRATING COMPUTATION AND REAL ENVIRONMENTS
	23. Ubiquitous Computing: Past, Present, and Future
		+ Abowd, Gregory
		+ Mynatt, Elizabeth
	24. Situated Computing: The Next Frontier for HCI Research
		+ Mills, Kevin
		+ Scholtz, Jean
	25. Roomware: Towards the Next Generation of Human-Computer Interactions Based on an Integrated Design of Real and Virtual Worlds
		+ Streitz, Norbert A.
		+ Tandler, Peter
		+ Muller-Tomfelde, Christian
		+ Konomi, Shin'ichi
	26. Emerging Frameworks for Tangible User Interfaces
		+ Ullmer, Brygg
		+ Ishii, Hiroshi
VII. HCI AND SOCIETY
	27. Learner-Centered Design: Reflections and New Directions
		+ Quintana, Chris
		+ Carra, Andrew
		+ Krajcik, Joseph
		+ Soloway, Elliot
	28. HCI Meets the "Real World": Designing Technologies for Civic Sector Use
		+ Schuler, Doug
	29. Beyond Bowling Together: SocioTechnical Capital
		+ Resnick, Paul
Absract: The ways in which humans interact with computers will change dramatically in the coming years. In this book, the field's leading experts preview that future, focusing on critical technical challenges and opportunities that will define Human-Computer Interaction research for years and decades to come. Editor John M. Carroll, a leader of the HCI community, has assembled essays that anticipate tomorrow's state-of-the-art -- and its implications for users, professionals, and society. These essays cover every area of research, including models, theories, and frameworks; usability engineering; user interface software and tools; HCI for collaborative applications; HCI for multimedia and hypermedia; integrating real and virtual worlds; and HCI's impact on society. Discover advanced cognitive models for evaluating user interfaces; preview the future of user interface software tools; and learn how user interfaces can support innovation. Preview tomorrow's intelligent interfaces, recommender systems, and tangible user interfaces; as well as interface solutions for digital libraries and ubiquitous computing systems. Carroll provides cogent introductions to each essay, as well as a detailed preface offering an overview of the entire field.

Bookmark: E.Churchill.2001
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Collaborative Virtual Environments
Editor: Churchill, Elizabeth F.
Editor: Snowdon, David N.
Editor: Munro, Alan J.
Date: 2001
Pages: 304
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 1-85233-244-1
Contents:
Section 1: Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVEs): Histories, Perspectives and Issues
	Collaborative Virtual Environments: Digital Places and Spaces for Interaction
Section 2: Technical Issues and System Challenges
	Extending the Limits of Collaborative Virtual Environments
	System Challenges for Collaborative Virtual Environments
	Understanding the Network Requirements of Collaborative Virtual Environments
Section 3: Bodies, Presences and Interactions
	"He's Behind You": The Experience of Presence in Shared Virtual Environments
	All that is Solid Melts into Software: Collaborative Virtual Environments Using Symbolic Acting
	Virtually Missing the Point: Configuring CVEs for Workplace Interaction
Section 4: Sharing Context in CVEs - Or "I Know What I See, but What Do You See?"
	How Not to be Objective
	Supporting Flexible Roles in a Shared Space
Section 5: So, Now We're in a CVE, What do we Do?
	Designing Interactive Collaborative Environments
	Collaborative Scientific Research Across Distances: The Nanomanipulator Environment
	Tele-Immersive Collaboration in the CAVE Research Network
Section 6: The Emerging and Existing Cultures of CVE Communities
	Designing an Emergent Culture of Negotiation in Collaborative Virtual Communities: The Case of the DomeCity Simulation
	Waterfall Glen: Social Virtual Reality at Work
	The Role of the Personal in Social Workspaces: Experiences from Working in AlphaWorld

Bookmark: E.Olson.2001
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology
Editor: Olson, Gary M.
Editor: Malone, Thomas W.
Editor: Smith, John B.
Date: 2001
Pages: 350
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-3403-6
Contents:
Part I: Theoretical Approaches to Coordination & Collaboration
	The Interdisciplinary Study of Coordination (reprint)
	Communication and Collaboration in Distributed Cognition
	Coordination as Distributed Search
	Strategic Negotiation in Multi-Agent Environments
	Two Design Principles for Collaboration Technology: Examples of Semiformal Systems and Radical Tailorability (reprint)
	On Economies of Scope in Communication (reprint)
	Knowledge, Discovery, and Growth
Part II: Collaboration Technology for Specific Domains
	Infrastructure and Applications for Collaborative Software Engineering
	Cooperative Support for Distributed Supervisory Control
	Trellis: A Formally-Defined Hypertextual Basis for Integrating Task and Information
	Problems of Decentralized Control: Using Randomized Coordination to Deal With Uncertainty and Avoid Conflicts
	The Architecture and Implementation of a Distributed Hypermedia Storage System (reprint)
Part III: Studies of Collaboration
	Communication and Coordination in Reactive Robotic Teams
	Seeding, Evolutionary Growth, and Reseeding: The Incremental Development of Collaborative Design Environments
	Distributed Group Support Systems: Theory Development and Experimentation
	Transforming Coordination: The Promise and Problems of Information Technology in Coordination
	Computer Support for Distributed Collaborative Writing: A Coordination Science Perspective
	Technology Support for Collaborative Workgroups
Part IV: Organizational Modeling
	Central Coordination of Decentralized Information in Large Chains and Franchises
	Organizational Performance, Coordination, and Cognition
	Computational Enterprise Models: Toward Analysis Tools for Designing Organizations
	Extending Coordination Theory to Deal With Goal Conflicts
	Modeling Team Coordination and Decisions in a Distributed Dynamic Environment
Part V: Collaboratories
	Social Theoretical Issues in the Design of Collaboratories: Customized Software for Community Support vs. Large Scale Infrastructure
	A Path to Concept-Based Information Access: From National Collaboratories to Digital Libraries
	Technology to Support Distributed Team Science: The First Phase of the Upper Atmospheric Research Collaboratory (UARC)

Bookmark: E.Magnenat-Thalmann.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Deformable Avatars
Series Title: International Federation for Information Processing: Volume 196
Editor: Magnenat-Thalmann, Nadia
Editor: Thalmann, Daniel
Date: 2001
Pages: 264
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-7446-0
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-7923-7446-0
Contents:
1. Animated Heads: From 3D Motion Fields to Action Descriptions
	+ Neumann, J.
	et al
2. A Muscle-based 3D Parametric Lip Model for Speech- Synchronized Facial Animation
	+ King, S. A.
	et al
3. Feature Point Based Mesh Deformation Applied to MPEG-4 Facial Animation
	+ Kshirsagar, S.
	et al
4. A Feature-based Deformable Model for Photo-Realistic Head Modelling
	+ Liu, Yong-Jin
	et al
5. Multiresolution Modeling and Interactive Deformation of Large 3D Meshes
	+ Vorsatz, J.
	+ Seidel, H.-P.
6. Locally Interpolating Subdivision Surfaces Supporting Free-Form 2D Deformations
	+ Claes, J.
	et al
7. Object-Oriented Reformulation and Extension of Implicit Free-Form Deformations
	+ Parisy, O.
	+ Schlick, C.
8. Soft Tissue Modeling from 3D Scanned Data
	+ Nebel, J.-C.
9. Contextually Embodied Agents
	+ Pelachaud, C.
10. On Implicit Modelling for Fitting Purposes
	+ Plankers, R.
	+ Fua, P.
11. Interactive Modelling of MPEG-4 Deformable Human Body Models
	+ Seo, Hyewon
	et al
12. Efficient Muscle Shape Deformation
	+ Aubel, A.
	+ Thalmann, D.
13. Towards the Ultimate Motion Capture Technology
	+ Stuart, B.
	et al
14. Delaunay Triangles Model for Image-Based Motion Retargeting
	+ Lee, Dong Hoon
	+ Jung, Soonn Ki
15. A Vector-Space Representation of Motion Data for Example-based Motion Synthesis
	+ Lim, Ik Soo
	+ Thalmann, D.
16. Parametrization and Range of Motion of the Ball-and-Socket Joint
	+ Baerlocher, P.
	+ Boulic, R.
17. Towards Behavioral Consistency in Animated Agents
	+ Allbeck, J. M.
	+ Badler, N. I.
18. PECS: A Reference Model for Human-Like Agents
	+ Urban, C.
19. Communicative Autonomous Agents
	+ Caicedo, A.
	et al
20. Design Issues for Conversational User Interfaces: Animating and Controlling 3D Faces
	+ Muller, W.
	et al
21. Constructing Virtual Human Life Simulations
	+ Kallmann, M.
	et al

Bookmark: E.Little.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Engineering for human-computer interaction : 8th IFIP International Conference, EHCI 2001, Toronto, Canada, May 11-13, 2001
Editor: Little, Murray Reed
Editor: Nigay, Laurence
Date: 2001
Pages: 358
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 3-54043044-X
Note: revised papers

Bookmark: E.Earnshaw.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Frontiers in Human-Centred Computing, Online Communities and Virtual Environment
Editor: Earnshaw, Rae
Editor: Guedj, Richard
Editor: van Dam, Andries
Editor: Vince, John
Date: 2001
Pages: 504
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 1-85233-238-7
Contents:
VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS:
	A Review
		+ Vince, John
	The Role of Virtual Humans in Virtual Environment Technology and Interfaces
		+ Thalmann, Daniel
	Perceptual User Interfaces
		+ Turk, Matthew
	Guidelines for Telepresence and Shared Virtual Environments
		+ Earnshaw, Rae
AUGMENTED REALITY AND MOBILE COMPUTING:
	Mobile Augmented Reality as an Example of a Complex and Demanding Human-Centred System
		+ Julier, Simon
		+ Feiner, Steven
		+ Rosenblum, Larry
	Toward Tightly-Coupled Human Interfaces
		+ Furness, Thomas
	Situation-Aware Mobile Assistance
		+ Kirste, Thomas
DEVICES FOR DISPLAY AND INTERACTION:
	Devices for Display and Interaction
		+ Wittted, Turner
	Technologies for Virtual Reality/Tele-Immersion Applications: Issues of Research in Image Display and Global Networking
		+ DeFanti, Tom
		+ Sandin, Dan
		+ Brown, Maxine
		+ Pape, Dave
		+ Anstey, Josephine
		+ Bogucki, Mike
		et al
FUTURE INTERFACES:
	Post-Wimp User Interfaces: The Human Connection
		+ van Dam, Andries
	Supporting Creativity with Advanced Information-Abundant User Interfaces
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	Virtual Spaces Revive Real World Interaction
		+ Julia, Luc
		+ Bing, Jehan
		+ Cheyer, Adam
	An HCI Agenda for the Next Millennium: Emergent Global Intelligence
		+ Thomas, John
APPLICATIONS AND TOOLS:
	The Impossible 'Killer App': Catalyst for Change
		+ Arnold, David
	3D Data Visualization Components on the Web -- Results from AVS'involvement in several EC ESPRIT Research Projects
		+ Jern, Mikael
	Creating a Shared Reality for Research and Education through Networked Virtual Reality
		+ Brown, Judith
ONLINE COMMUNITIES:
	Usability, Sociability, Theory and Methods
		+ Preece, Jenny
	Collaboration and Shared Virtual Environments -- From Metaphor to Reality
		+ Leevers, David
	On the Need for Cultural Representation in Interactive Systems
		+ Mudur, Sudhir
	Internet Security from Diverse Viewpoints
		+ Busch, Christoph
FOUNDATIONS FOR INTERACTION:
	Why Performance Always Comes Last in Interactive Systems Design and What to do about it
		+ Newman, William

Bookmark: E.Bewster.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Haptic human-computer interaction : first international workshop, Glasgow, UK, August 31-September 1, 2000
Editor: Brewster, Stephen
Editor: Murray-Smith, Roderick
Date: 2001
Pages: 217
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 3-54042356-7

Bookmark: E.Chen.2001
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Computer Interaction: Issues and Challenges
Editor: Chen, Qiyang
Date: 2001
Pages: 300
Publisher: Idea Group Publishing
Standard number: ISBN: 1-878289-91-8
Contents:
Introduction: Designing Effective Human-Computer Interaction
1. Interface Design: an Embedded Process
2. User Interface Development Throughout the System Development Lifecycle
3. From HCI to Interaction Design
4. Intelligent Agents Supporting the Social Construction of Knowledge in a Learning Environment
5. A Modeling Methodology for Intelligent Agents: An Electronic Commerce Application
6. Courseware and its Possible Evolution Through the Use of Agent Technology
7. Intelligent Software Agents in Electronic Commerce: A Socio-Technical Perspective
8. Knowledge Engineering in Adaptive Interface and User Modeling
9. Application of a Cognitive Model of Collaboration to a User Interface
10. Structure- and Content-Based Retrieval for XML documents
11. MESH: A Model-Based Approach to Hypermedia Design
12. User Considerations in Electronic Commerce Transactions
13. Computer Supported Social Networking Based on Email Exchange
14. The Cultural Aesthetic of Virtual Reality: Simulation or Transparency?
15. HCI: the Next Step Towards Optimization of Computer Assisted Surgical Planning, Intervention and Training (CASPIT)

Bookmark: E.Nicolle.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Inclusive Design Guidelines for Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Nicolle, Collette
Editor: Abascal, Julio
Date: 2001
Pages: 304
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 0-74840948-3
Contents:
Part I: Introduction
	1. Why Inclusive Design Guidelines?
Part II: General Issues in the Design Process
	2. Training, Verification and Evaluation of Guidelines
	3. Accessibility and Usability Requirements for ITCs for Disabled and Elderly People: A Functional Classification Approach
	4. On the Validity of Design Guidelines and the Role of Standardisation
	5. Markets and Regulations
Part III: Tools for Accessing and Using Guidelines
	6. Managing Accessibilty Guidelines During User Interface Design
	7. Managing HCI Guidelines with Hypertext on the WWW
	8. Bobby: A Validation Tool for Disability Access on the WWW
Part IV: Existing Guidelines
	9. Nordic Guidelines for Computer Accessibility
	10. Guidelines for Web Accessibility
	11. Userfit: User Centred Design in Assistive Technology
	12. The ISO Approach to the Development of Ergonomics Standards for Accessibility
Part V: Guidelines for Specific Application Areas
	13. Guidelines for Telecommunications
	14. Public Access Terminals
	15. Accessible Systems for Transport
	16. Guidelines for the Development of Home Automation Products
	17. User Friendly Software for Computer-Based Instruction and Learning Materials
Part VI: The Future
	18. Telecommunications- Accessibility and Future Directions

Bookmark: E.Hegner.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX
Editor: Hegner, Stephen J.
Editor: Kevitt, Paul Mc
Editor: Norvig, Peter
Editor: Wilensky, Robert L.
Date: 2001
Pages: 424
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-6641-7
Note: Reprinted from Artificial Intelligence Review, 14:1-5
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-7923-6641-7
Contents:
Part I: Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX: Computational Models and Systems
An Intelligent Human-Computer Interface for Provision of On-Line Help
	+ Jerrams-Smith, J.
Virtues and Problems of an Active Help System for UNIX
	+ Virvou, M.
	et al
The Berkeley UNIX Consultant Project
	+ Wilensky, R.
	et al
The OSCON Operating System Consultant
	+ McKevitt, P.
USCSH: An Active Intelligent Assistance System
	+ Matthews, M.
	et al
Part II: Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX: Planning and Knowledge Representation
The SINIX Consultant - Towards a Theoretical Treatment of Plan Recognition
	+ Hecking, M.
Plan Realization for Complex Command Interaction in the UNIX Help Domain
	+ Hegner, S. J.
An Assumption-based Truth Maintenance System in Active Aid for UNIX Users
	+ Jones, J.
	et al
What Do You Know about Mail? Knowledge Representation in the SINIX Consultant
	+ Kemke, C.
Part III: Intelligent Help Systems for UNIX: Natural Language Dialogue
Planning Intelligent Responses in a Natural Language System
	+ Chin, D. N.
Strategies for Expressing Concise, Helpful Answers
	+ Chin, D. N.
Evaluating Plan Recognition Systems: Three Properties of a Good Explanation
	+ Mayfield, J.
Representing UNIX Domain Metaphors
	+ Martin, J. H.
Using Justification Patterns to Advise Novice UNIX Users
	+ Quilici, A.

Bookmark: E.VanHarmelen.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Object modeling and user interface design
Editor: Van Harmelen, Mark
Date: 2001
Pages: 452
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Standard number: ISBN: 0-201-65789-9
Contents:
PART I. PARTICIPATORY DESIGN
1. Accelerated Business Concept Modeling: Combining User Interface Design with Object Modeling
	+ McGinnes, Simon
	+ Amos, Johnny
PART II. SCENARIO- AND TASK-BASED DESIGN
2. Scenarios, Objects, and Points of View in User Interface Design
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Carroll, John M.
3. Designing with Idiom
	+ van Harmelen, Mark
4. Entity, Task, and Presenter Classification in User Interface Architecture: An Approach to Organizing HCI Practice
	+ Artim, John M.
PART III. USE CASE BASED DESIGN
5. User Interface Design in the Rational Unified Process
	+ Kruchten, Philippe
	+ Ahlqvist, Stefan
	+ Bylund, Stefan
6. Wisdom -- Whitewater Interactive System Development with Object Models
	+ Nunes, Nuno Jardim
	+ Cunha, Joao Falcao e
7. Structure and Style in Use Cases for User Interface Design
	+ Constantine, Larry L.
	+ Lockwood, Lucy A. D.
PART IV. USER-CENTERED DESIGN
8. A User-Centered Approach to Object-Oriented User Interface Design
	+ Gulliksen, Jan
	+ Bengtransson, 	+ 
	+ Lif, Magnus
9. Toward Unified Models in User-Centered and Object-Oriented Design
	+ Hudson, William
PART V. SUMMARY
10. Interactive System Design Using OO & HCI Methods
	+ van Harmelen, Mark

Bookmark: E.Chidambaram.2001
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Our Virtual World: The Transformation of Work, Play and Life via Technology
Editor: Chidambaram, Laku
Editor: Igurs, Ilze
Date: 2001
Pages: 264
Publisher: Idea Group Publishing
Standard number: ISBN: 1-878289-92-6
Contents:
1. Introduction
	2. Going Virtual: The Driving Forces and Arrangements
WORK IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD
	3. Am I Doing What's Expected? New Member Socialization in Virtual Groups
	4. How Are You Going to Keep Them in the Classroom After They've Seen MTV? Online Education in a Virtual World
	5. Meeting Current Challenges for Virtually Collocated Teams: Participation, Culture, and Integration
	6. Succeeding in the Virtual World: How Relationships Add Value on the Web
PLAY IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD
	7. Online Poker and the Individuals Who Play It
	8. Online Recreation and Play in Organizational Life: The Internet as Virtual Contested Terrain
	9. Play's the Thing...on the Web!
LIFE IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD
	10. Citizens and Spokesmen: Politics and Personal Impression on the Web
	11. The Virtual Community: Building on Social Structure, Relations and Trust to Achieve Value
	12. Sloan 2001: A Virtual Odyssey
	13. The Search for a New Identity: Post-organ Transplant Recipients and the Internet
	14. Conclusion

Bookmark: E.Blackwell.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Thinking with Diagrams
Editor: Blackwell, Alan F.
Date: 2001
Pages: 140
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-6944-0
Note: Reprinted from Artificial Intelligence Review, 15:1-2
Contents:
Thinking with Diagrams
The Graphic-Linguistic Distinction: Exploring Alternatives
	+ Shimojima, A.
Aligning Logical and Psychological Perspectives on Diagrammatic Reasoning
	+ Stenning, K.
	+ Lemon, O.
Diagrammatic Reasoning: An Artificial Intelligence Perspective
	+ Olivier, P.
Cognitive Science Approaches To Understanding Diagrammatic Representations
	+ Cheng, P. C.-H.
	et al
Cognitive Factors in Programming with Diagrams
	+ Blackwell, A. F.
	et al
Learning to Think and Communicate with Diagrams: 14 Questions to Consider
	+ Brna, P.
	et al
Thinking with Diagrams in Architectural Design
	+ Do, E. Y.-L.
	+ Gross, M. D.

Bookmark: E.Baumann.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: User Interface Design for Electronic Appliances
Editor: Baumann, Konrad
Editor: Thomas, Bruce
Date: 2001
Pages: 424
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 0-415-24335-1
Note: foreword by Brenda Laurel
Contents:
Foreword
	+ Laurel, Brenda
Part One: Introduction
	1. Background
		+ Thomas, Bruce
	2. Introduction
		+ Baumann, Konrad
	3. The Interaction Design Process
		+ Rakers, Georg
Part Two: User Interface Design
	4. Creativity Techniques
		+ Mavrommati, Irene
	5. Design Principals
		+ Mavrommati, Irene
		+ Martel, Adrian
	6. Design of On-Screen Interfaces
		+ Mavrommati, Irene
Part Three: Input Devices
	7. Controls
		+ Baumann, Konrad
	8. Keyboards
		+ Baumann, Konrad
	9. Advanced Interaction Techniques
		+ Baber, Christopher
		+ Baumann, Konrad
	10. Speech Control
		+ Baber, Christopher
		+ Noyes, Jan
	11. Wearable Computers
		+ Baber, Christopher
Part Four: Output Devices
	12. Visual Displays
		+ Baumann, Konrad
	13. Auditory Displays
		+ Schimmel, Othmar
	14. Tactile Displays and Speech Output
		+ Poll, Leo
Part Five: Important Issues
	15. Standards in User Interface Design
		+ Weston, Jennifer
	16. Usability Evaluation
		+ Thomas, Bruce
	17. Pleasure with Products - the New Human Factors
		+ Jordan, Patrick E.
	18. National Cultures and Design
		+ Jordan, Patrick W.
Appendix Summary of Guidelines
	+ Baumann, Konrad
Guide to Further Reading
	+ Coles, Susan

Bookmark: E.Stephanidis.01
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: User Interfaces for All: Concepts, Methods, and Tools
Series Title: Human Factors and Ergonomics Series
Editor: Stephanidis, Constantine
Date: 2001
Number of Chapters: 30
Pages: 728
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-2967-9
Weblink: www.taylorandfrancis.com/books/details/9780805829679/
Contents:
Preface
	+ Stephanidis, C.
== PART I: INTRODUCTION ==
User Interfaces For All: New Perspectives Into HCI
	+ Stephanidis, C.
== PART II: DIMENSIONS ==
Individual Differences and Inclusive Design
	+ Benyon, D.
	+ Crerar, A.
	+ Wilkinson, S.
International and Intercultural User Interfaces
	+ Marcus, A.
Intelligent User Interfaces for All
	+ Maybury, M.
Interaction Technologies Beyond the Desktop
	+ Bass, L.
Special Needs and Enabling Technologies: An Evolving Approach to Accessibility
	+ Emiliani, P. L.
Everyone Interfaces
	+ Vanderheiden, G.
	+ Henry, S. L.
== PART III: DESIGN ==
Theory and Practice from Cognitive Science
	+ Wilson, M.
From Programming Environments to Environments for Designing
	+ Winograd, T.
From Human-Computer Interaction to Computer-Mediated Activity
	+ Bannon, L.
	+ Kaptelinin, V.
Sociological Issues in HCI Design
	+ Pieper, M.
Generating Design Spaces: An NLP Approach to HCI Design
	+ Antona, M.
	+ Akoumianakis, D.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
== PART IV: SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES AND ARCHITECTURAL MODELS ==
The FRIEND21 Framework for Human Interface Architectures
	+ Ueda, H.
User Modeling for Adaptation
	+ Kay, J.
Interface Agents: a New Interaction Metaphor and its Application to Universal Accessibility
	+ Waern, A.
	+ Hook, C.
Accessibility in the Java(TM) Platform
	+ Korn, P.
	+ Walker, W.
== PART V: EVALUATION ==
User Interface Adaptation: Evaluation Perspectives
	+ Akoumianakis, D.
	+ Grammenos, D.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Quality in Use for All
	+ Bevan, N.
== PART VI: UNIFIED USER INTERFACES ==
The Concept of Unified User Interfaces
	+ Stephanidis, C.
The Unified User Interface Software Architecture
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
The Unified User Interface Design Method
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Akoumianakis, D.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
Development Requirements for Implementing Unified User Interfaces
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
USE-IT: A Tool for Lexical Design Assistance
	+ Akoumianakis, D.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
The I-GET UIMS for Unified User Interface Implementation
	+ Savidis, A.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
A Case Study in Unified User Interface Development:The AVANTI Web Browser
	+ Stephanidis, C.
	+ Paramythis, A.
	+ Sfyrakis, M.
	+ Savidis, A.
== PART VII: SUPPORT MEASURES ==
Making the Web Accessible
	+ Dardailler, D.
	+ Brewer, J.
	+ Jacobs, I.
Industrial Policy Issues
	+ Stephanidis, C.
	+ Akoumianakis, D.
	+ Vernardakis, N.
	+ Emiliani, P. L.
	+ Vanderheiden, G.
	+ Ekberg, J.
	+ Ziegler, J.
	+ Faehnrich, K. P.
	+ Galetsas, A.
	+ Haataja, S.
	+ Iakovidis, I.
	+ Kemppainen, E.
	+ Jenkins, P.
	+ Korn, P.
	+ Maybury, M.
	+ Murphy, H. J.
	+ Ueda, H.
Economics and Management of Innovation
	+ Vernardakis, N.
	+ Akoumianakis, D.
	+ Stephanidis, C.
== PART VIII: LOOKING TO THE FUTURE ==
Toward an Information Society for All: An International R&D Agenda
	+ Stephanidis, C.
	+ Salvendy, G.
	+ Akoumianakis, D.
	+ Bevan, N.
	+ Brewer, J.
	+ Emiliani, P. L.
	+ Galetsas, A.
	+ Haataja, S.
	+ Iakovidis, I.
	+ Jacko, J. A.
	+ Jenkins, P.
	+ Karshmer, A. I.
	+ Korn, P.
	+ Marcus, A.
	+ Murphy, H. J.
	+ Stary, C.
	+ Vanderheiden, G.
	+ Weber, G.
	+ Ziegler, J.
Toward an Information Society for All: HCI Challenges and R&D Recommendations
	+ Stephanidis, C.
	+ Salvendy, G.
	+ Akoumianakis, D.
	+ Arnold, A.
	+ Bevan, N.
	+ Dardailler, D.
	+ Emiliani, P. L.
	+ Iakovidis, I.
	+ Jenkins, P.
	+ Karshmer, A. I.
	+ Korn, P.
	+ Marcus, A.
	+ Murphy, H. J.
	+ Oppermann, C.
	+ Stary, C.
	+ Tamura, H.
	+ Tscheligi, M.
	+ Ueda, H.
	+ Weber, G.
	+ Ziegler, J.

Bookmark: E.Cassell.00
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Embodied Conversational Agents
Editor: Cassell, Justine
Editor: Sullivan, Joseph
Editor: Prevost, Scott
Editor: Churchill, Elizabeth
Date: 2000
Pages: 352
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-03278-3
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Contents:
I Introduction
	1 Nudge Nudge Wink Wink: Elements of Face-to-Face Conversation for Embodied Conversational Agents
		+ Cassell, Justine
II Systems
	2 Human Conversation as a System Framework: Designing Embodied Conversational Agents
		+ Cassell, Justine
		+ Bickmore, Tim
		+ Campbell, Lee
		+ Vilhjalmsson, Hannes
		+ Yan, Hao
	3 "May I Help You?": Designing Embodied Conversational Agent Allies
		+ Churchill, Elizabeth F.
		+ Cook, Linda
		+ Hodgson, Peter
		+ Prevost, Scott
		+ Sullivan, Joseph W.
	4 Task-Oriented Collaboration with Embodied Agents in Virtual Worlds
		+ Rickel, Jeff
		+ Johnson, W. Lewis
	5 Deictic and Emotive Communication in Animated Pedagogical Agents
		+ Lester, James C.
		+ Towns, Stuart G.
		+ Callaway, Charles B.
		+ Voerman, Jennifer L.
		+ FitzGerald, Patrick J.
	6 Performative Facial Expressions in Animated Faces
		+ Poggi, Isabella
		+ Pelachaud, Catherine
	7 Emotion and Personality in a Conversational Agent
		+ Ball, Gene
		+ Bresse, Jack
	8 The Automated Design of Believable Dialogues for Animated Presentation Teams
		+ Andre, Elisabeth
		+ Rist, Thomas
		+ van Mulken, Susanne
		+ Klesen, Martin
		+ Baldes, Stephen
	9 Parameterized Action Representation for Virtual Human Agents
		+ Badler, Norman I.
		+ Bindiganavale, Rama
		+ Allbeck, Jan
		+ Schuler, William
		+ Zhao, Liwei
		+ Palmer, Martha
III Evaluation
	10 Developing and Evaluating Conversational Agents
		+ Massaro, Dominic W.
		+ Cohen, Michael M.
		+ Beskow, Jonas
		+ Cole, Ronald A.
	11 Designing and Evaluating Conversational Interfaces with Animated Characters
		+ Oviatt, Sharon
		+ Adams, Bridget
	12 Measurement and Evaluation of Embodied Conversational Agents
		+ Sanders, Gregory A.
		+ Scholtz, Jean
	13 Truth Is Beauty: Researching Embodied Conversational Agents
		+ Nass, Clifford
		+ Isbister, Katherine
		+ Lee, Eun-Ju
Absract: Embodied conversational agents are computer-generated cartoonlike characters that demonstrate many of the same properties as humans in face-to-face conversation, including the ability to produce and respond to verbal and nonverbal communication. They constitute a type of (a) multimodal interface where the modalities are those natural to human conversation: speech, facial displays, hand gestures, and body stance; (b) software agent, insofar as they represent the computer in an interaction with a human or represent their human users in a computational environment (as avatars, for example); and (c) dialogue system where both verbal and nonverbal devices advance and regulate the dialogue between the user and the computer. With an embodied conversational agent, the visual dimension of interacting with an animated character on a screen plays an intrinsic role. Not just pretty pictures, the graphics display visual features of conversation in the same way that the face and hands do in face-to-face conversation among humans. This book describes research in all aspects of the design, implementation, and evaluation of embodied conversational agents as well as details of specific working systems. Many of the chapters are written by multidisciplinary teams of psychologists, linguists, computer scientists, artists, and researchers in interface design. The authors include Elisabeth Andre, Norm Badler, Gene Ball, Justine Cassell, Elizabeth Churchill, James Lester, Dominic Massaro, Cliff Nass, Sharon Oviatt, Isabella Poggi, Jeff Rickel, and Greg Sanders.

Bookmark: E.Sloan.2000
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Home Informatics and Telematics Information, Technology and Society
Series Title: International Federation for Information Processing: Volume 173
Editor: Sloane, Andy
Editor: van Rijn, Felix
Date: 2000
Pages: 240
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-7867-9
Note: contains selected proceedings from the International Conference on Home Informatics and Telematics (HOIT 2000), `IT at Home: Virtual Influences on Everyday Life', which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, June 28-30, 2000
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-7923-7867-9
Contents:
Citizen Science Implications of Public Access to 3-D Hypermedis Editing and Interactivity in the Home
	+ Bjerg, K.
Enhanced Television and Interactive Services
	+ Dormann, C.
Real and Virtual Conferences
	+ Lawrence, D.
	et al
Methodological Challenges in the Study of Technology at Home
	+ Kjaer, A.
	et al
Direct and Mediated Interaction in the Maintenance of Social Relationships
	+ Ling, R.
Using E-Mail for Social and Domestic Purposes
	+ Buckner, K.
	+ Gillham, M.
The Paths of Work and ICT into the Home
	+ Sturesson, L.
ICT Appropriation by Small Businesses
	+ Pierson, J.
Familyware
	+ Go, K.
	et al
Web-Based Family Noticeboard
	+ Huang, W.
	et al
Home Information Systems
	+ Sloane, A.
	et al
Invisible Technologies, Invisible Boundaries?
	+ Oksanen-Sarela, K.
School's Out
	+ Carroll, J. M.
	+ Rosson, M. B.
User-Centred Design
	+ Monk, A.
Purchasing a Home Computer
	+ Lahtinen, H.
A Longitudinal Analysis of Computing in the Home
	+ Venkatesh, A.
	et al

Bookmark: E.Bergman.00
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Information Appliances and Beyond
Editor: Bergman, Eric
Date: 2000
Pages: 384
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-600-9
Contents:
Introduction
	+ Bergman, Eric
A Conversation with Don Norman
	+ Bergman, Eric
	+ Norman, Don
Design Considerations for Information Appliances
	+ Mohageg, Mike
	+ Wagner, Annette
Designing Information Appliances at Netpliance
	+ Isensee, Scott
	+ Kalinoski, Ken
	+ Vochatzer, Karl
Designing the Palm Pilot: A Conversation with Robert Haitani
	+ Bergman, Eric
	+ Haitani, Robert
Interaction Design and Usability of Microsoft Windows CE
	+ Zuberec, Sarah
The EPOC User Interface in the Psion Series 5
	+ Healey, Nick
Designing Mobile Phones and Communicators at Nokia
	+ Vaananen-Vainio-Mattila, Kaisa
	+ Ruuska, Satu
Designing the User Interface for a Vehicle Navigation System: A Case Study
	+ Marcus, Aaron
Interactive plush characters as social interfaces
	+ Strommen, Erik
Design Lessons from Interactive Games
	+ Clanton, Chuck
Interactive Persuasion with Netsmart Devices
	+ Fogg, B. J.

Bookmark: E.Druin.2000
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Robots for Kids: Exploring New Technologies for Learning
Editor: Druin, Allison
Editor: Hendler, James
Date: 2000
Pages: 350
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-597-5
Contents:
I - NEW ROBOT TECHNOLOGIES FOR KIDS
1 - To Mindstorms and Beyond: Evolution of a Construction Kit for Magical Machines
2 - Robot Entertainment
3 - PETS: A Personal Electronic Teller of Stories
4 - Bolts from the Blue: How Large Dreams Can Become Real Products
II - INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO USING ROBOTS FOR EDUCATION
5 - Teaching Diverse Learners Using Robotics
6 - Technological Prayers: Parents and Children Exploring Robotics and Values
7 - "So That'S what Pi is for!" and Other Epiphanies from Hands-on Robotics
8 - Eat, Sleep, Robotics
9 - RoboCamp: One Hands-On Week of Exploring Science Through Robotics
III - FUTURE VISIONS
10 - The Landscape of Robots for Kids

Bookmark: E.Goldberg.00
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Robot in the Garden -- Telerobotics and Telepistemology in the Age of the Internet
Series Title: Leonardo Books
Editor: Goldberg, Ken
Date: 2000
Pages: 330
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-07203-3
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Contents:
1. Introduction: The Unique Phenomenon of a Distance
		+ Goldberg, Ken
	2. Eden by Wire: Webcameras and the Telepresent Landscape
		+ Campanella, Thomas J.
I Philosophy
	3. Telepistemology: Descartes's Last Stand
		+ Dreyfus, Hubert
	4. Vicariousness and Authenticity
		+ Wilson, Catherine
	5. Information, Nearness, and Farness
		+ Borgmann, Albert
	6. Acting at a Distance and Knowing from Afar: Agency and Knowledge on the Internet
		+ Malpas, Jeff
	7. Telerobotic Knowledge: A Reliabilist Approach
		+ Goldman, Alvin
II Art, History, and Critical Theory
	8. The Speed of Light and the Virtualization of Reality
		+ Jay, Martin
	9. To Lie and to Act: Potemkin's Villages, Cinema, and Telepresence
		+ Manovich, Lev
	10. Dialogical Telepresence and Net Ecology
		+ Kac, Eduardo
	11. Presence, Absence, and Knowledge in Telerobotic Art
		+ Kusahara, Machiko
	12. Exposure Time, the Aura, and Telerobotics
		+ Grzinic, Marina
	13. The History of Telepresence: Automata, Illusion, and the Rejection of the Body
		+ Grau, Oliver
III Engineering, Interface, and System Design
	14. Feeling Is Believing: A History of Telerobotics
		+ Hannaford, Blake
	15. Tele-Embodiment and Shattered Presence: Reconstructing the Body for Online Interaction
		+ Canny, John
		+ Paulos, Eric
	16. Being Real: Questions of Tele-Identity
		+ Donath, Judith
	17. Telepistemology, Mediation, and the Design of Transparent Interfaces
		+ Idinopulos, Michael
IV Postscript
	18. The Film and the New Psychology (1945)
		+ Merleau-Ponty, Maurice
Absract: The Robot in the Garden initiates a critical theory of telerobotics and introduces telepistemology, the study of knowledge acquired at a distance. Many of our most influential technologies, the telescope, telephone, and television, were developed to provide knowledge at a distance. Telerobots, remotely controlled robots, facilitate action at a distance. Specialists use telerobots to explore actively environments such as Mars, the Titanic, and Chernobyl. Military personnel increasingly employ reconnaissance drones and telerobotic missiles. At home, we have remote controls for the garage door, car alarm, and television (the latter a remote for the remote). The Internet dramatically extends our scope and reach. Thousands of cameras and robots are now accessible online. Although the role of technical mediation has been of interest to philosophers since the seventeenth century, the Internet forces a reconsideration. As the public gains access to telerobotic instruments previously restricted to scientists and soldiers, questions of mediation, knowledge, and trust take on new significance for everyday life. Telerobotics is a mode of representation. But representations can misrepresent. If Orson Welles's "War of the Worlds" was the defining moment for radio, what will be the defining moment for the Internet? As artists have always been concerned with how representations provide us with knowledge, the book also looks at telerobotics' potential as an artistic medium. The seventeen essays, by leading figures in philosophy, art, history, and engineering, are organized into three sections: Philosophy; Art, History, and Critical Theory; and Engineering, Interface, and System Design.

Bookmark: E.Unicode.2000
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Unicode Standard, Version 3.0
Author: Aliprand, Joan
Author: Allen, Julie
Author: McGowan, Rick
Author: Becker, Joe
Author: Everson, Michael
Author: Ksar, Mike
Author: Moore, Lisa
Author: Suignard, Michel
Author: Whistler, Ken
Author: Davis, Mark
Author: Freytag, Asmus
Author: Jenkins, John
Author: Unicode Consortium
Date: 2000
Pages: 1072
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Standard number: ISBN: 0-201-61633-5

Bookmark: E.Balka.2000
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Women, Work and Computerization: Charting a Course to the Future
Series Title: International Federation for Information Processing: Volume 172
Editor: Balka, Ellen
Editor: Smith, Richard
Date: 2000
Pages: 320
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-7864-4
Note: contains selected papers from the Seventh International Conference on Women, Work and Computerization (WWC 2000)
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-7923-7864-4
Contents:
Introduction
	+ Balka, E.
	1: The Absence of Women in Computing
	Making the Computer Masculine
		+ Van Oost, E.
	Do Computers Transform People Into Women and Men?
		+ Torpel, B.
	Net Gains
		+ Pringle, R.
		+ Nielsen, S.
		+ Von Hellens, L.
		+ Greenhill, A.
		+ Parfitt, L.
	Women And Computing
		+ Peiris, D. Ramanee
		+ V, P. Gregor Indigo
2: Training and Careers
	The Globalization Of Gender in IT
		+ Suriya, M.
		+ Panteli, A.
	Women in Computer Science
		+ Miliszewska, I.
		+ Horwood, J.
	Gender Differences in Vancouver Secondary Students
		+ Chan, V.
		+ Stafford, K.
		+ Klawe, M.
		+ Chen, G.
	Why I.T. Doesn't Appeal to Young Women
		+ Symonds, J.
	Computer Self Efficacy and Gender
		+ Durndell, A.
		+ Haag, Z.
		+ Asenova, D.
		+ Laithwaite, H.
	Where Are They At With IT?
		+ Craig, A.
		+ Stein, A.
	ARC
		+ Klawe, M.
		+ Cavers, I.
		+ Popowich, F.
		+ Chen, G.
3: The Nuts and Bolts of System Design
	Information Systems
		+ Adam, A.
	Constructing Common Sense
		+ Sherron, C.
	Masculine World Disguised as Gender Neutral
		+ Kuosa, T.
	Doubting the Object World
		+ Crutzen, C. K. M.
		+ Gerrissen, J. F.
	Gendered User-Representations
		+ Rommes, E.
	Information System Development Methodologies
		+ Soriyan, H. Abimbola
		+ Mursu, A.
		+ Korpela, M.
	Will ETs Understand Us If They Make Contact?
		+ Turner, E.
		+ Stepulevage, L.
4: Gender Differences in Computer Use
	Considering the Gender of Your Web Audience
		+ Fisher, J.
		+ Craig, A.
	Gender Differences in Web Navigation
		+ Mcdonald, S.
		+ Spencer, L.
	Women in Computer-Mediated Discussions
		+ Owen, C.
5: Citizenship
	Electronic Democracy
		+ Roberts, P.
	Discourses and Cracks
		+ Ekelin, A.
		+ Elovaara, P.
	Local Interpretations of Information Technology
		+ Tuuva, S.
	Courting Women @ E-Com
		+ Shade, L. Regan
6: Computers in Everyday Life
	Negotiating Time and Space for Every-Day Pleasure
		+ Green, E.
	Young Girls On the Internet
		+ Hapnes, T.
		+ Rasmussen, B.
	New Technology Increasing Old Inequality?
		+ Hapnes, T.
		+ Rasmussen, B.
7: Women and Work
	Squeezing Librarians Out Of The Middle
		+ Harris, R.
	Sleep in a Sleepless Age?
		+ Pugh, A.
	`My Home Workplace is My Castle'
		+ Fulton, C.
	The Cottage or the Sweatshop?
		+ Bryant, S.
	Small Business Use of Electronic Networks
		+ Wood, L.
8: The Use of Computers in Education
	Feminist Pedagogy and the Lap Top Computer
		+ Chegwidden, P.
	Education On-Line: What's In It For Women?
		+ Richardson, H. J.
		+ French, S.

Bookmark: E.Vanderdonckt.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces II
Editor: Vanderdonckt, Jean
Editor: Puerta, Angel
Date: 1999-10-21/23
Date: 1999
Pages: 368
City: Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-6078-8
Note: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/book.htm/0-7923-6078-8
Contents:
Introduction to Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces
	+ Vanderdonckt, J.
	+ Puerta, A.
	Program Committee Members
INVITED SPEAKERS
1. Modeling for Component Based Development in UML/Catalysis
	+ Wills, A. C.
2. Theory Based Design: From Individual Users and Tasks to Collaborative Systems
	+ Johnson, P.
3. Evaluating Accessibility and Usability of Web Pages
	+ Cooper, M.
MODEL-BASED USER INTERFACE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTS
4. Model-Based Design of User Interfaces Using Object-Z
	+ Hussey, A.
	+ Carrington, D.
5. A Method Engineering Framework for Modeling and Generating Interactive Applications
	+ Martin, Ch.
6. GIPSE, A Model-Based System for CAD Software
	+ Patry, G.
	+ Girard, P.
7. Visto: A More Declarative GUI Framework
	+ Aerts, K.
8. Beyong Automatic Generation-Exploratory Approach to UI Design
	+ Kovacevic, S.
9. Using Application Domain Specific Run-Time Systems and Lightweight User Interface Models -- A Novel Approach for CADUI
	+ Nilsson, E.
10. XXL: A Visual+Textual Environment for Building Graphical User Interfaces
	+ Lecolinet, E.
LINKING AND DERIVING MODELS
11. Semi-Automated Linking of User Interface Design Artifacts
	+ Elnaffar, S. S.
	+ Graham, N.
12. The Teallach Tool: Using Models for Flexible User Interface Design
	+ Barclay, P. J.
	et al
13. MDL: A Language for Binding User-Interface Models
	+ Stirewalt, R. E. K.
WINDOWS MANAGEMENT
14. Vanishing Windows: An Empirical Study of Adaptive Window Management
	+ Miah, T.
	+ Alty, J. L.
15. Adaptive Layout Calculation in Graphical User Interfaces: A Retrospective on the A2DL-Project
	+ Stiolle, S.
	+ Ernst, R.
16. Semantic Differences Between User Interface Platforms Relevance to Design and Re-Design of User Interface
	+ Harning, M. B.
DESIGN FRAMEWORKS AND OBJECTS
17. A Framework for Management of Sophisticated User Interface's Variants in Design Process: A Case Study
	+ Savolainen, P.
	+ Konttinen, H.
18. Grasyla: Modelling Case Tool GUIs in Meta Cases
	+ Englebert, V.
	+ Hainaut, J.-L.
19. User Defined Objects are First Class Citizen
	+ Texier, G.
	+ Guittet, L.
SUPPORTING TASK-BASED DESIGN
20. The Visual Task Model Builder
	+ Biere, M.
	et al
21. Computer-Aided Analysis of Cooperative Applications
	+ Ballardin, G.
	et al
22. Methodological and Tool Support for a Task-Oriented Development of Interactive Systems
	+ Dittmar, A.
	+ Forbrig, P.
23. Modelling Work: Workflow and Task Modelling
	+ Troetteberg, H.
COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN OF USER INTERFACES
24. A Generic Framework based on Ergonomics Rules for Computer Aided Design of User Interface
	+ Farenc, Ch.
	+ Palanque, Ph.
25. CMF: A Coherent Modelling Framework for Task-Based User Interface Design
	+ Bomsdorf, B.
	+ Szwillus, G.
26. Towel: Real World Mobility on the Web
	+ Harper, S.
	et al
27. Tool-Based Support for User-Designer Collaborattion in Distributed User Interface Design and Evaluation
	+ Sarkkinen, J.
COMPUTER-AIDED EVALUATION OF USER INTERFACES
28. An Approach of Computer-Aided Choice of UI Evaluation Criteria and Methods
	+ Ella, A. N.
	et al
29. Considerating Subjectivity in Software Evaluation -- Application for Teachware Evaluations
	+ Hu, O.
	et al
30. KALDI: A Computer-Aided Usability Engineering Tool for Supporting Testing and Analysis of Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Al-Qaimari, G.
	+ McRostie, D.

Bookmark: E.Prabhu.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing for Global Markets
Editor: Prabhu, Girish V.
Editor: delGaldo, Elisa M.
Date: 1999-05-20/22
Pages: 226
City: Rochester, NY, USA
Publisher: Backhouse Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-9656691-2-2
Keywords: intercultural:books
Note: 1st International Workshop on Internationalization of Products and Systems
Weblink: Workshop Home Page
Contents:
INVITED SPEECHES
	Systems Approach to Globalization
		+ Johnston, David
	Product Anxiety in the Global Village
		+ Bullock, William C.
	Thinking Differently, Acting Together: A Treatise on Technology Acceptance in the Era of Internationalization
		+ Day, Donald L.
	ColorTool: The Cross Cultural Meanings of Color
		+ Vanka, Surya
USER INTERFACE INTERNATIONALIZATION
	Using Color to Facilitate the Internationalization and Localization of User Interfaces
		+ Chen, Chien-Hsiung
	The Cross-Cultural User Interface Initiative at Honeywell
		+ Garg, Chaya
		+ Plotcher, Tom
	Human Computer Interface Design for Industrial Process Operators in the Coastal Provinces of Mainland China
		+ Sengupta, Ushnish
		+ Liu, Jian
	A Quick and Dirty User Profiling Technique
		+ Chavan, Apala Lahiri
INTERNATIONAL USABILITY
	Tips for Successful International Evaluation of Localized User Interfaces
		+ Modica, Christina
		+ Fiedler, Kelly
	"Cross-Cultural" or "Intercultural" -- Some Findings on International Usability Testing
		+ Honald, Pia
	Internationalization and Localization of Educational Software
		+ Bourges-Waldegg, Paula
		+ Moreno, Luis
		+ Rojano, Teresa
USER INTERFACE INTERNATIONALIZATION II
	Using Design Rationale to Manage Culture-Bound Metaphors for International User Interfaces
		+ Carroll, John
	Authoring Tools and Cultural Diversity
		+ Duncker, Elke
		+ Theng, Yin Leng
		+ Mohd-Nazir, Norlisa
	Software International Architecture and User Interface Design
		+ Dunckley, Lynne
		+ Hall, Pat
		+ Smith, Andy
	Questionnaire Development for Multicultural Data Collection
		+ Day, Donald L.
		+ Evers, Venessa
WEB INTERNATIONALIZATION
	Globalization and User-Interface Design for the Web
		+ Marcus, Aaron
	Cross-Cultural Understanding of Interface Design: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Icon Recognition
		+ Evers, Vanessa
		+ Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes
		+ Jones, Ann
	Lessons Learned from Internationalizing a Global Resource
		+ Hysell, Debbie
		+ Perlman, Gary
		http://www.acm.org/perlman/fstrans.html
PRODUCT INTERNATIONALIZATION
	Assigning Safety Functions to Products During Design -- A Cultural Perspective
		+ Swales, Michelle
		+ Strik, Tracy
		+ Dutta, Sourin
		+ Potvin, Jim
	Global User Experience: Honor the Past, Better the Future
		+ Harel, Dan
		+ Prabhu, Girish
	Mobile Communication Device for International Use -- Exploring Cultural Diversity through Contextual Inquiry
		+ Ruuska, Satu

Bookmark: E.Haller.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computational Models of Mixed-Initiative Interaction
Editor: Haller, Susan
Editor: McRoy, Susan
Editor: Kobsa, Alfred
Date: 1999
Pages: 404
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-5572-5
Note: Reprinted from User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 8:3-4; 9:1-2
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-7923-5572-5
Contents:
What is Initiative?
	+ Cohen, R.
	et al
An Evidential Model for Tracking Initiative in Collaborative Dialogue Interactions
	+ Chu-Carroll, J.
	+ Brown, M. K.
An Analysis of Initiative Selection in Collaborative Task-Oriented Discourse
	+ Guinn, C. I.
COLLAGEN: A Collaboration Manager for Software Interface Agents
	+ Rich, C.
	+ Sidner, C.
Lifelike Pedagogical Agents for Mixed-initiative Problem Solving in Constructivist Learning Environments
	+ Lester, J. C.
	et al
Mixed-Initiative Issues in an Agent-Based Meeting Scheduler
	+ Cesta, A.
	+ d'Aloisi, D.
Exploring Mixed-Initiative Dialogue Using Computer Dialogue Simulation
	+ Ishizaki, M.
	et al
A Computational Mechanism for Initiative in Answer Generation
	+ Green, N.
	+ Carberry, S.
User-Tailored Planning of Mixed Initiative Information-Seeking Dialogues
	+ Stein, A.
	et al
An Approach to Mixed Initiative Spoken Information Retrieval Dialogue
	+ Hagen, E.

Bookmark: E.Beaudouin-Lafon.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computer Supported Co-operative Work
Series Title: Trends in Software
Editor: Beaudouin-Lafon, M.
Date: 1999
Volume: 7
Pages: 258
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-96736-X
Weblink: www.daimi.au.dk/~mbl/Trends-CSCW/
Contents:
Designing Groupware Applications: A Work-Centered Design Approach
	+ Ehrlich, Kate
Workflow Technology
	+ Ellis, Clarence A.
Media Spaces: Environments for Informal Multimedia Interaction
	+ Mackay, Wendy E.
Integration of Shared Workspace and Interpersonal Space for Remote Collaboration
	+ Ishii, Hiroshi
Group Editors
	+ Prakash, Atul
Groupware Toolkits for Synchronous Work
	+ Greenberg, Saul
	+ Roseman, Mark
Architectures for Collaborative Applications
	+ Dewan, Prasun
Software Infrastructures
	+ Dourish, Paul
Expanding the Role of Formal Methods in CSCW
	+ Johnson, Chris

Bookmark: E.Cipolla.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computer Vision for Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Cipolla, Roberto
Editor: Pentland, Alexander
Date: 1999
Pages: 300
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-521-62253-0
Contents:
Foreword: Out of Sight, Out of Mind
	+ Negroponte, N.
Preface
1. Smart Rooms: Machine Understanding of Human Behavior
	+ Pentland, A. P.
2. GestureComputer -- History, Design and Applications
	+ Maggioni, C.
	+ Kammerer, B.
3. Human Reader: A Vision-Based Man-Machine Interface
	+ Mase, K.
4. Visual Sensing of Humans for Active Public Interfaces
	+ Waters, K.
	+ Rehg, J.
	+ Loughlin, M.
	et al
5. A Human-Robot Interface using Pointing with Uncalibrated Stereo Vision
	+ Cipolla, R.
	+ Hollinghurst, N. J.
6. Tracking Faces
	+ Gee, A. H.
	+ Cipolla, R.
7. Towards Automated, Real-time, Facial Animation
	+ Bascle, B.
	+ Blake, A.
	+ Morris, J.
8. Interfacing through Visual Pointers
	+ Colombo, C.
	+ Del Bimbo, A.
	+ De Magistris, S.
9. Monocular Tracking of the Human Arm in 3D
	+ Di Bernardo, E.
	+ Goncalves, L.
	+ Perona, P.
10. Looking at People in Action An Overview
	+ Yacoob, Y.
	+ Davis, L.
	+ Black, M.
	et al
11. A Framework for Gesture Generation and Interpretation
	+ Cassell, J.
12. Model-Based Interpretation of Faces and Hand Gestures
	+ Taylor, C. J.
	+ Lanitis, A.
	+ Cootes, T. F.
	et al
13. Recognition of Hand Signs from Complex Backgrounds
	+ Weng, J. J.
	+ Cui, Y.
14. Probabilistic Models of Verbal and Body Gestures
	+ Bregler, C.
	+ Omohundro, S. M.
	+ Covell, M.
	et al
15. Looking at Human Gestures
	+ Yachida, M.
	+ Iwai, Y.
Acknowledgements
Bibliography
List of contributors

Bookmark: E.Stern.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Digital libraries: philosophies, technical design considerations, and example scenarios: pre-publication reviews, commentaries, evaluations
Editor: Stern, David
Date: 1999
Pages: 230
Publisher: Haworth Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-78900769-X
Contents:
Introduction
	+ Stern, David
PHILOSOPHIES
The Organization of Digital Libraries
	+ Lesk, Michael E.
Collection Development in the Digital Library
	+ Jones, Daniel
Usability Evaluation of Digital Libraries
	+ Buttenfield, Barbara
New Search and Navigation Techniques in the Digital Library
	+ Stern, David
TECHNICAL DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
University of Illinois the Federation of Digital Libraries: Interoperability Among Heterogeneous Information Systems
	+ Ferrer, Robert
Toward Seamlessness with XML
	+ Chudnov, Daniel
Interface Design Considerations in Libraries
	+ Mitchell, Steve
Grainger Engineering Library: An Object-Enhanced User Interface for Information Retrieval
	+ Johnson, Eric H.
EXAMPLE SCENARIOS
MAGIC: A Connecticut Collection of Geodata for the Geo-Scientist
	+ McGlamery, Patrick
Patents in the New World
	+ Wherry, Timothy Lee

Bookmark: E.Chatty.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Seventh IFIP Conference on Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Chatty, Stephane
Editor: Dewan, Prasun
Date: 1999
Pages: 392
City: Heraklion, Greece
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-412-83520-7
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/book.htm/0-412-83520-7
Contents:
1: Interaction Techniques
2: Applications
3: Formal Specification
4: CSCW
5: Task Based Design
6: Evaluation
7: Software Architecture
8: Development Process
9: Tools for Design
10: Workshops

Bookmark: E.Durso.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Applied Cognition
Editor: Durso, Francis T.
Editor: Nickerson, Raymond S.
Editor: Schvaneveldt, Roger W.
Editor: Dumais, Susan T.
Editor: Lindsay, D. Stephen
Editor: Chi, Michelene T. H.
Date: 1999
Number of Chapters: 27
Pages: 881
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-97765-9, OCLC 40142976
Contents:
1. OVERVIEWS
2. BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
3. COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY
4. INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTION
5. HEALTH AND LAW

Bookmark: E.Gardner-Bonneau.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors and Voice Interactive Systems
Series Title: Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science
Editor: Gardner-Bonneau, Daryle
Date: 1999
Pages: 336
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-8467-9
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/book.htm/0-7923-8467-9
Contents:
1. Speech User Interface Evolution
	+ Karat, J.
	et al
2. Spoken Natural Language Dialogue Systems: User Interface Issues for the Future
	+ Boyce, S. J.
3. Evaluating the Quality of Synthetic Speech
	+ Francis, A. L.
	+ Nusbaum, H. C.
4. Phonological Rules for Speech Synthesis
	+ Divay, M.
5. Synthesized Speech for Evaluation of Children's Hearing and Acoustic-Phonetic Perception
	+ Gosy, M.
6. Universal Access and Assistive Technology
	+ Thomas, J. C.
	et al
7. Guidelines for Speech-Enabled IVR Application Design
	+ Gardner-Bonneau, D.
8. Limiting Factors of Automated Telephone Dialogues
	+ Novick, D. G.
	et al
9. Why Do People Dial Wrong Numbers?
	+ Lund, A. M.
10. Re-Engineering the Speech Menu
	+ Balentine, B.
11. IVR for Banking and Residential Telephone Subscribers Using Stored Messages Combined with a New Number-to-Speech Synthesis Method
	+ Olaszy, G.
	+ Nemeth, G.
12. Voice Messaging User Interface
	+ Blanchard, H. E.
	+ Lewis, S. H.
13. A New Design Framework for Computer-Telephony Integration (CTI)
	+ Lindeman, M. J.
14. The Future of Voice Interactive Applications
	+ Gardner-Bonneau, D.

Bookmark: E.Marsh.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Humane Interfaces: Questions of Method and Practice in Cognitive Technology
Series Title: Human Factors in Information Technology
Editor: Marsh, Jonathon P.
Editor: Gorayska, Barbara
Editor: Mey, Jacob L.
Date: 1999
Volume: 13
Pages: 392
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-82874-5
Contents:
Introduction
	Methods and Practice in Cognitive Technology: A question of questions
		+ Gorayska, B.
		+ Marsh, J.
		+ Mey, J.
Theoretical Perspectives. Mind Change or changed minds?
	Investigations in Cognitive Technology: Questioning perspective
		+ Gorayska, B.
		+ Marsh, J.
	Can We Change Our Minds? The Impact of Computer Technology on Human Cognition
		+ Lindsay, R.
	Computers and Psychosis
		+ Janney, R.
	The Natural and the Artificial in Language and Technology
		+ Haberland, H.
	Understanding Users: The knowledge-level of analysis
		+ Vera, A.
Augmentation, Mediation, Integration?
	The Cyborg's Dilemma: Progressive embodiment in virtual environments
		+ Biocca, F.
	Cognitive Tools Reconsidered: From augmentation to mediation
		+ Kuutti, K.
	The Meeting Place of Cognition and Technology
		+ Karpatschof, B.
	Honesty of Affordance
		+ Fitzgerald, W.
		+ Goldstein, E.
	The Design of Cognitive Tools
		+ Tripp, S. D.
	Cyberspace Bionics
		+ Vidal, J.
	Cognitive Space
		+ Krueger, M.
Applied Methods. How do we convert principles into valid and validated applied methods?
	On Why the Blind Leading the Blind is a Good Idea
		+ Good, D.
	Between the Idea and the Reality: The case for qualitative research in education
		+ Hart, I.
	Computer Environments Designed to Promote Cognitive Change through the Development of Well Reasoned Recommendations
		+ Kass, A.
		+ Herman, J.
	Evolution of Man's Needs and Technological Progression: Pragmatic foundations for a relational coupling
		+ Schmidt, C. T.
		+ Ruch, P.
	Successful Technology Must Enable People to Utilise Existing Cognitive Skills
		+ Kitajima, M.
	Palmtop Reminding Devices: Capabilites and limitations
		+ Herrmann, D.
		+ Yoder, C.
		+ Sheets, V.
		+ Wells, J.
		+ Brubaker, B.
	A User Designed Contextualisation Method for an Argumentation Support Tool
		+ Sillince, J.
	Cognition Oriented Software Verification
		+ Halang, W.

Bookmark: E.Jacobson.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Information Design
Editor: Jacobson, Robert
Date: 1999
Pages: 373
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-10069-X
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Contents:
Foreword
		+ Wurman, Richard Saul
	1 Introduction: Why Information Design Matters
		+ Jacobson, Robert
I Theoretical Foundations of Information Design
	2 Information Design: The Emergence of a New Profession
		+ Horn, Robert E.
	3 Chaos, Order, and Sense-Making: A Proposed Theory for Information Design
		+ Dervin, Brenda
	4 Human-Centered Design
		+ Cooley, Mike
	5 Sign-Posting Information Design
		+ Passini, Romedi
II   The Practice of Information Design
	6 The Uniqueness of Individual Perception
		+ Whitehouse, Roger
	7 Information Design in Informal Settings: Museums and Other Public Spaces
		+ Screven, C. G.
	8 Graphic Tools for Thinking, Planning, and Problem Solving
		+ Hansen, Yvonne M.
	9 Visual Design in Three Dimensions
		+ Thwaites, Hal
	10 Collaborative Information Design: Seattle's Modern Odyssey
		+ Anderson, Judy
III   Designing for the Technologies of Information
	11 Information Interaction Design: A Unified Field Theory of Design
		+ Shedroff, Nathan
	12 Interactivity and Meaning
		+ Macy, Sheryl
		+ Anderson, Elizabeth
		+ Krygier, John
	13 The Role of Ambiguity in Multimedia Experience
		+ Gasperini, Jim
	14 Sculpting in Zeros and Ones
		+ Holtzman, Steve
	15 Personal Reflections on the Development of Cyberspace
		+ Birrell, Simon
Epilogue
	16 Rationalizing Information Representation
		+ Raskin, Jef

Bookmark: E.Bajaj.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Interactive Data Visualization Techniques
Series Title: Trends in Software
Editor: Bajaj, Chandrajit
Editor: Krishnamurthy, Bala
Date: 1999
Pages: 144
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-96356-9
Contents:
Visualization Paradigms
	+ Bajaj, C. L.
	Introduction
	Volume Rendering
	Isocontouring
	Flow Visualization
	Quantification
	Data Reduction
	Topology
	Functions on Surfaces
Efficient Techniques for Volume Rendering of Scalar Fields
	+ Yagel, R.
	Introduction
	Algorithm Optimization
	Parallel and Distributed Architectures
	Commercial Graphics Hardware
	Future
Accelerated Isocontouring of Scalar Fields
	+ Bajaj, C. L.
	+ Pascucci, V.
	+ Schikore, D. R.
	Introduction
	Cell Triangulation
	Cell Search
	Cell Traversal
	Hierarchical and Out-of-core Processing
	Summary
	Future Directions
Surface Interrogation: Visualization Techniques for Surface Analysis
	+ Hahmann, S.
	Introduction
	Review of Differential Geometry
	Surface Interrogation Methods
Vector Field Visualization Techniques
	+ Crawfis, R.
	+ Max, N.
	Particle Advection Techniques
	Global Techniques via Texture Generation
	Classification Techniques
Applications of Texture Mapping to Volume and Flow Visualization
	+ Becker, N. Max B.
	+ Crawfis, R.
	Introduction
	Texture Mapping
	Volume Rendering
	Flow Visualization
	Texture Advection
	Acknowledgments
Continuous Bayesian Tissue Classification for Visualization
	+ Laidlaw, D. H.
	Introduction
	A Framework for Classification Solutions
	A Family of Solutions
	Results
	Discussion
	Conclusions

Bookmark: E.Wilks.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Machine Conversations
Series Title: Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science
Editor: Wilks, Yorick
Date: 1999
Pages: 232
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-8544-6
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/book.htm/0-7923-8544-6
Contents:
1. Dialogue Programs I have Known and Loved Over 33 Years
	+ Colby, K. M.
2. Comments on Human-Computer Conversation
	+ Colby, K. M.
3. Human-Computer Conversation in A Cognitive Therapy Program
	+ Colby, K. M.
4. Architectural Considerations for Conversational Systems
	+ Gorz, G.
	et al
5. Conversational Multimedia Interaction
	+ Maybury, M. T.
6. The SpeakEasy Dialogue Controller
	+ Ball, G.
7. Choosing a Response Using Problem Solving Plans and Rhetorical Relations
	+ Barboni, P.
	+ Sestero, D.
8. Deception and Suspicion in Medical Interactions
	+ Castelfranchi, C.
	et al
9. Parsing Utterances Including Self-Repairs
	+ Nakano, M.
	+ Shimazu, A.
10. A Synthetic Evaluation of Dialogue Systems
	+ Hasida, K.
	+ Den, Y.
11. Designing for Naturalness in Automated Dialogues
	+ Cheepen, C.
	+ Monaghan, J.
12. Turn Taking versus Discourse Structure
	+ Cassell, J.
	et al
13. The BABY Project
	+ Rogers, P. A. P.
	+ Lefley, M.
14. A Responsive Dialog System
	+ Ward, N.
	+ Tsukahara, W.
15. Situated Communication with Robots
	+ Milde, J.-T.
	et al
16. LEAP: Language Enabled Applications
	+ Alabiso, B.
	+ Kronfeld, A.
17. Converse: a Conversational Companion
	+ Batacharia, B.
	et al

Bookmark: E.Strzalkowski.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Natural Language Information Retrieval
Series Title: Text, Speech and Language Technology
Editor: Strzalkowski, Tomek
Date: 1999
Pages: 384
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-5685-3
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/book.htm/0-7923-5685-3
Contents:
1. What is the Role of NLP in Text Retrieval?
	+ Jones, K. S.
2. NLP for Term Variant Extraction: Synergy Between Morphology, Lexicon, and Syntax
	+ Jacquemin, C.
	+ Tzoukermann, E.
3. Combining Corpus Linguistics and Human Memory Models for Automatic Term Association
	+ Ruge, G.
4. Using NLP or NLP Resources for Information Retrieval Tasks
	+ Smeaton, A. F.
5. Evaluating Natural Language Processing Techniques in Information Retrieval
	+ Strzalkowski, T.
	et al
6. Stylistic Experiments in Information Retrieval
	+ Karlgren, J.
7. Extraction-Based Text Categorization: Generating Domain-Specific Role Relationships Automatically
	+ Riloff, E.
	+ Lorenzen, J.
8. LaSIE Jumps the Gate
	+ Wilks, Y.
	+ Gaizauskas, R.
9. Phrasal Terms in Real-World IR Applications
	+ Zhou, J.
10. Name Recognition and Retrieval Performance
	+ Thompson, P.
	+ Dozier, C.
11. Collage: An NLP Toolset to Support Boolean Retrieval
	+ Cowie, J.
12. Document Classification and Routing
	+ Guthrie, L.
	et al
13. Murax: Finding and Organizing Answers from Text Search
	+ Kupiec, J.
14. The Use of Categories and Clusters for Organizing Retrieval Results
	+ Hearst, M.

Bookmark: E.Engestrom.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Perspectives on Activity Theory (Learning in Doing Social, Cognitive and Computational Perspectives)
Editor: Engestrom, Yrjo
Editor: Miettinen, Reijo
Editor: Punamaki, Raij
Date: 1999
Pages: 462
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-52143730-X
Contents:
PART 1: THEORETICAL ISSUES
1. Activity Theory and Individual and Social Transformation
	+ Engestrom, Yrjo
2. The Content and Unsolved Problems of Activity Theory
	+ Davydov, Vassily V.
3. Knowledge as Shared Procedures
	+ Toulmin, Stephen
4. Activity Theory in a New Era
	+ Letkorsky, Vladimir A.
5. Society Versus Context in Individual Development: Does Theory Make a Difference
	+ Tolman, Charles W.
6. Cultural Psychology: Some General Principles and a Concrete Example
	+ Cole, Michael
7. Laws, Logics and Human Activity
	+ Eskola, Antti
8. Collapse, Creation and Continuity in Europe -- How Do People Change
	+ Hayrynen, Yrjo-Paavo
9. Activity Theory and the Concept of Integrative Levels
	+ Tobach, Ethel
10 The Relevance to Psychology of Antonio Gramsci's Ideas on Activity and Common Sense
	+ Colucci, Francesco Paolo
PART II: LANGUAGE AND ITS ACQUISITION
11. The Expanded Dialogic Sphere: Writing Activity and Authoring of Self in Japanese Classrooms
	+ Moro, Yuji
12. Improvement of School Ch

Bookmark: E.Wilson.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences
Editor: Wilson, Robert A.
Editor: Keil, Frank
Date: 1999
Pages: 1312
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-73124-X (paper) 0-262-23200-6
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Weblink: Web Site
Contents:
Neurosciences
Linguistics and Language
Philosophy
Psychology
Culture, Cognition, and Evolution
Computational Intelligence

Bookmark: E.Paton.99
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Visual Representations and Interpretations
Editor: Paton, Ray
Editor: Neilson, Irene
Date: 1999
Pages: 402
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 1-85233082-1

Bookmark: E.Zwaga.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Visual Information for Everyday Use: Design and Research Perspectives
Editor: Zwaga, H.
Date: 1998-10
Pages: 256
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7484-0670-0

Bookmark: E.Brusilovsky.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Adaptive Hypertext and Hypermedia
Editor: Brusilovsky, Peter
Editor: Kobsa, Alfred
Editor: Vassileva, Julita
Date: 1998
Pages: 252
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-4843-5
Note: Reprinted from User Modeling and User-Adapted InteractioN
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-7923-4843-5
Contents:
1. Methods and Techniques of Adaptive Hypermedia
	+ Brusilovsky, P.
2. Adaptive Hypertext Navigation Based on User Goals and Context
	+ Kaplan, C.
	et al
3. Metadoc: An Adaptive Hypertext Reading System
	+ Boyle, C.
	+ Encarnacion, A. O.
4. User Modelling in the Interactive Anatomy Tutoring System ANATOM-TUTOR; I.H. Beaumont. 5. Hypadapter: An Adaptive Hypertext System for Exploratory Learning and Programming
	+ Hohl, H.
	et al
6. A Glass Box Approach to Adaptive Hypermedia
	+ Höök, K.
	et al
7. User-Centered Indexing for Adaptive Information Access
	+ Mathe, N.
	+ Chen, J. R.
8. A Task-Centred Approach for User Modeling a Hypermedia Office Documentation System
	+ Vassileva, J.

Bookmark: E.Grefenstette.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cross-Language Information Retrieval
Series Title: Kluwer International Series on Information Retrieval
Editor: Grefenstette, Gregory
Date: 1998
Pages: 200
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-8122-X
Contents:
1. The Problem of Cross-Language Information Retrieval
	+ Grefenstette, G.
2. On the Effective Use of Large Parallel Corpora in Cross-Language Text Retrieval
	+ Davis, M. W.
3. Statistical Methods for Cross-Language Information Retrieval
	+ Ballesteros, L.
	+ Croft, W. B.
4. Distributed Cross-Lingual Information Retrieval
	+ Fluhr, C.
	et al
5. Automatic Cross-Language Information Retrieval Using Latent Semantic Indexing
	+ Littman, M. L.
	et al
6. Mapping Vocabularies Using Latent Semantics
	+ Evans, D. A.
	et al
7. Cross-Language Information Retrieval: A System for Comparable Corpus Querying
	+ Picchi, E.
	+ Peters, C.
8. A Language Conversion Front-End for Cross-Language Information Retrieval
	+ Kiyoshi, Y.
	et al
9. The SYSTRAN NLP Browser: An Application of Machine Translation Technology in Cross-Language Information Retrieval
	+ Gachot, D. A.
	et al
10. A Weighted Boolean Model for Cross-Language Text Retrieval
	+ Hull, D.
11. Building a Large Multilingual Test Collection from Comparable News Documents
	+ Sheridan, P.
	et al
12. Evaluating Cross-Language Text Filtering Effectiveness
	+ Oard, D. W.
	+ Dorr, B. J.

Bookmark: E.Sutcliffe.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing Effective and Usable Multimedia Systems
Series Title: INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR INFORMATION PROCESSING: Volume 133
Editor: Sutcliffe, Alistair
Editor: Johnson, Peter
Editor: Ziegler, Jurgen
Date: 1998
Pages: 212
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-412-84270-X
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-412-84270-X
Contents:
1. Multimedia Design: From Tools for Skilled Designers to Intelligent Multimedia Design Systems
	+ Wilson, M.
Part One: Methods, Models and Tools
2. A Framework for Hypermedia Design and Usability Evaluation
	+ Garzotto, F.
	et al
3. Modeling of Hypermedia Applications with HyDev
	+ Pauen, P.
	et al
4. Design Support for Hypermedia Documents
	+ Apperley, M.
	+ Hunt, R.
5. Developing Multimedia Principles from Design Features
	+ Nemetz, F.
	+ Johnson, P.
6. Media Transformations for the Representation and Communication of Multimedia Production Activities
	+ Morris, S.
Part Two: Supporting Multimedia Design
7. Finding the `Right' Image: Visualizing Relationships among persons, Images and Impressions
	+ Nakakoji, K.
	et al
8. Structuring Multimedia Data to Facilitate Decision Making and Reflection in Product Design
	+ Phillips, S.
	+ McDonnell, J. T.
9. Creating the Multimedia Project Experience Database
	+ van Aalst, J.-W.
	+ van der Mast, C.
10. BUILD-IT: A Brick-based integral Solution Supporting Multidisciplinary Design Tasks
	+ Fjeld, M.
	et al
11. Combining Alternatives in the Multimedia presentation of Decision Support Information for Real-Time Control
	+ Herzog, G.
	et al
12. So Many users - So Many Perspectives
	+ Schonhage, B.
	et al
13. Developing a Multimedia Product for the World Wide Web
	+ Lisle, L.
	et al
14. A Feasibility Study for a Mobile Multimedia Tourist Guide
	+ Eirund, H.
	+ Schreiber, G.
15. Design and Empirical Testing of a Checklist for the Evaluation of Multimedia Software for Children
	+ Duda, S.
16. Performance Evaluation of Input Devices in Virtual Environments
	+ Roessler, A.
	+ Grantz, V.

Bookmark: E.Bloom.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Facilitating the Development and Use of Interactive Learning Environments
Editor: Bloom, Charles P.
Editor: Loftin, R. Bowen
Date: 1998
Pages: 304
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-1850-2 [cloth] 0-8058-1851-0 [paper]
Contents:
Part I: Tools of the Trade
	Developing Learning Technology in Practice
		+ Clancey, W. J.
	Using Quasi-Experimentation to Gather Design Information for Intelligent Tutoring Systems
		+ Wolff, A. S.
		+ Bloom, C. P.
		+ Shahidi, A.
		+ Shahidi, K.
		+ Rehder, R. E.
	Cost-Benefits Analysis for Computer-Based Tutoring Systems
		+ Wolff, A. S.
Part II: Case Studies From Industry
	Introducing Advanced Technology Applications Into Corporate Environments
		+ Bloom, C. P.
		+ Wolff, A. S.
		+ Bell, B.
	An Observational Study of ITS Knowledge-Base Development by Non Technical Subject-Matter Experts
		+ McClard, A.
	Supporting Development of Online Task Guidance for Software System Users: Lessons From the WITS Project
		+ Farrell, R.
		+ Lefkowitz, L. S.
	Transferring Learning Systems Technology to Corporate Training Organizations: An Examination of Acceptance Issues
		+ Bullemer, P. T.
		+ Bloom, C. P.
	Augmenting Intelligent Tutoring Systems With Intelligent Tutors
		+ Radlinski, R.
		+ Atwood, M. E.
Part III: Case Studies From Government
	"A Prophet Without Honor..." Case Histories of ITS Technology at NASA/Johnson Space Center
		+ Loftin, R. B.
	Sherlock 2: An Intelligent Tutoring System Built on the LRDC Tutor Framework
		+ Katz, S.
		+ Lesgold, A.
		+ Hughes, E.
		+ Peters, D.
		+ Eggan, G.
		+ Gordin, M.
		+ Greenberg, L
	Are Intelligent Tutoring Systems Ready for the Commercial Market?
		+ Norton, J. E.
		+ Jones, J. A.
		+ Johnson, W. B.
		+ Wiederholt, B. J.

Bookmark: E.Cassell.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: From Barbie to Mortal Kombat
Editor: Cassell, Justine
Editor: Jenkins, Henry
Date: 1998
Pages: 360
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-03258-9
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Contents:
PART ONE: THE GIRLS' GAMES MOVEMENT
1   Chess for Girls? Feminism and Computer Games
	+ Cassell, Justine
	+ Jenkins, Henry
2   Computer Games for Girls: What Makes Them Play?
	+ Subrahmanyam, Kaveri
	+ Greenfield, Patricia M.
3   Girl Games and Technological Desire
	+ Brunner, Cornelia
	+ Bennett, Dorothy
	+ Honey, Margaret
4   Video Game Designs by Girls and Boys: Variability and Consistency of Gender Differences
	+ Kafai, Yasmin B.
PART TWO: INTERVIEWS
	+ Glos, Jennifer
	+ Goldin, Shari
5   An Interview with Brenda Laurel (Purple Moon)
6   An Interview with Nancie S. Martin (Mattel)
7   An Interview with Heather Kelley (Girl Games)
8   Interviews with Theresa Duncan and Monica Gesue (Chop Suey)
9   An Interview with Lee McEnany Caraher (Sega)
10   An Interview with Marsha Kinder (Intertexts Multimedia)
PART THREE: RETHINKING THE GIRLS' GAMES MOVEMENT
11   Retooling Play: Dystopia, Dysphoria, and Difference
	+ de Castell, Suzanne
	+ Bryson, Mary
12   "Complete Freedom of Movement": Video Games as Gendered Play Spaces
	+ Jenkins, Henry
13   Storytelling as a Nexus of Change in the Relationship between Gender and Technology: A Feminist Approach to Software Design
	+ Cassell, Justine
14   Voices from the Combat Zone: Game Grrlz Talk Back

Bookmark: E.Carroll.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Minimalism Beyond the Nurnberg Funnel
Series Title: Technical Communication, Multimedia, and Information Systems Series
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 1998
Pages: 350
City: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-03249-X
Keywords: minimal manual
Note: Published in association with the Society for Technical Communication
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Contents:
Preface
1 Reconstructing Minimalism
	+ Carroll, John M.
	1.1 Less Is More
	1.2 Iterative Design
	1.3 The Human Need for Sense Making
	1.4 Managing Design
	1.5 Scaling Up: The "Simple Domain" Challenge
	1.6 Design Rationale
	1.7 Reflections on the Future
2 Principles and Heuristics for Designing Minimalist Instruction
	+ van der Meij, Hans
	+ Carroll, John M.
	2.1 Principle 1: Choose an Action-Oriented Approach
	2.2 Principle 2: Anchor the Tool in the Task Domain
	2.3 Principle 3: Support Error Recognition and Recovery
	2.4 Principle 4: Support Reading to Do, Study, and Locate
	2.5 Conclusion
3 Ten Misconceptions about Minimalism
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ van der Meij, Hans
	3.1 Minimalism Means Brevity
	3.2 Minimalism Means Incomplete Instructional Analyses
	3.3 Minimalism Means Trial-and-Error Learning
	3.4 Minimalism Does Not Support People Who Learn by Reading
	3.5 Minimalism Overemphasizes Errors
	3.6 Minimalism Is Just Another Word for Job Aids
	3.7 Minimalism Works Only for Simple Domains
	3.8 Minimalism Merely Reflects the Preconceptions of Users
	3.9 Minimalism Offers a Complete Documentation Solution
	3.10 Minimalism Has No Theoretical Foundation
	3.11 Conceptions of Minimalism
4 Exploring Minimalism Today: A View from the Practitioner's Window
	+ Anson, Patricia A. H.
	4.1 Why Now? What Is Driving the Minimalist Initiative?
	4.2 Applying Minimalism to Meet Industry Trends
	4.3 A Minimalist Methodology for Facilitating Content and Delivery System Definition
	4.4 The Alignment Between Minimalist Methodology and Minimalist Document Design
	4.5 How Hewlett-Packard Incorporated Minimalist Methodology with Minimalist Document Design
	4.6 What Is the Future of Minimalism?
5 Follow-up on Training in Minimalism: How Are Technical Communicators Using Minimalism?
	+ Rosenbaum, Stephanie
	5.1 Description of the Minimalist Design Course
	5.2 Problems People Encountered Studying Minimalism
	5.3 The Follow-up Study
	5.4 In-Depth Interviews with Participants
	5.5 Conclusions and Recommendations
	Appendix: Details of Course Topics
6 Choosing a Minimalist Approach for Expert Users
	+ Hackos, JoAnn T.
	6.1 Characteristics of Expert Users in the Light of Minimalist Design
	6.2 The PVI Case Study
	6.3 A Minimalist Approach to Software Design
	6.4 Categories of Minimalist Information Design
7 Minimalism for Complex Tasks
	+ Mirel, Barbara
	7.1 Representing Complex Tasks at the Appropriate Instructional Level
	7.2 Commonsense or Pragmatic Knowledge
	7.3 Cognitive Flexibility
	7.4 Advanced Learning Objectives and Obstacles to Achieving Them
	7.5 Summarizing the Relevance of Minimalism for Complex Tasks
	7.6 Complex Tasks and Minimalist Directions for the Future
8 Minimalism in Technical Communication: Some Issues to Consider
	+ Redish, Janice
	8.1 Expanding the Minimalist Model of the User
	8.2 Developing User-Oriented Documentation
	8.3 Conclusion: What Now for Minimalism?
9 Layering as a Safety Net for Minimalist Documentation
	+ Farkas, David K.
	9.1 The Risk in Minimalist Documentation
	9.2 Layering in Print and Electronic Documents
	9.3 Procedures
	9.4 Layering Minimalist Procedures
	9.5 Tutorials
	9.6 Performance Support Help
	9.7 Task-Based versus Interface-Based Documentation
	9.8 Ghosted Topics: A Hybrid Help Design
10 Optimizing the Joint Handling of Manual and Screen
	+ van der Meij, Hans
	10.1 Coordinative Information
	10.2 Coordinative Information as Text
	10.3 Coordinative Information as Text and Picture
	10.4 Empirical Study
	10.5 Conclusion and Discussion
11 Minimalism: A Quality Strategy for Success
	+ Smart, Karl L.
	11.1 Approaches to Quality and to Documentation
	11.2 Documentation as a Quality Issue
	11.3 Minimalism as a Quality Response
	11.4 Implementing Quality and Minimalism in Documentation
12 The Art of Minimalism: Constructing a Rhetorical Theory of Computer Documentation
	+ Johnson, Robert R.
	12.1 Discovering Minimalism: Promises and Problems for User Documentation
	12.2 Refiguring Minimalism as a Rhetorical Art: A Theoretical Rationale
	12.3 The Rhetorical Complex of Technology: A Conceptual Framework for the Art of Minimalist Documentation
	12.4 A Minimalist-Aided Art of User-Centered Computer Documentation
	12.5 Potential Pitfalls and Places for Growth
	12.6 Conclusion
13 Practical Problems and Proposed Solutions in Designing Action-Centered Documentation
	+ Draper, Stephen W.
	13.1 Practical Problems
	13.2 Identifying Underlying Principles for Minimalism
	13.3 Extending Minimalism to More Difficult Cases
	13.4 The Key Design Decisions for Action-Centered Documentation
	13.5 Conclusion
14 Minimalism: A Case of Information Transfer in Technical Communication
	+ Brockmann, R. John
	14.1 Some Factors Suggesting How Minimalism Gained Entree into Technical Communication
	14.2 Problems in How the Profession Has Digested the Outside Information of Minimalism
	14.3 In Conclusion
15 Minimalism: An Agenda for Research and Practice
	+ Kearsley, Greg
	15.1 The Theoretical Gaps
	15.2 Practical Concerns
	15.3 Further Questions
	15.4 Research Needed
Appendix: Reviews, General Discussions, and Applications of Minimalism Since
	+ McCreary, Faith A.
	+ Carroll, John M.
Absract: Minimalism is an action- and task-oriented approach to instruction and documentation that emphasizes the importance of realistic activities and experiences for effective learning and information seeking. Since 1990, when the approach was defined in John Carroll's The Nurnberg Funnel, much work has been done to apply, refine, and broaden the minimalist approach to technical communication. This volume presents fourteen major contributions to the current theory and practice of minimalism. Contributors evaluate the development of minimalism up to now, analyze the acceptance of minimalism by the mainstream technical communications community, report on specific innovations and investigations, and discuss future challenges and directions. The book also includes an appendix containing a bibliography of published research and development work on minimalism since 1990.

Bookmark: E.Card.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Readings in Information Visualization: Using Vision to Think
Editor: Card, Stuart
Editor: MacKinlay, Jock
Editor: Shneiderman, Ben
Date: 1998
Pages: 576
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-533-9
Contents:
1. Information Visualization
2. Space
3. Interaction
4. Focus + Context
5. Data Mapping: Text
6. Higher-Level Visualization
7. Using Vision to Think
8. Applications and Innovations
9. Conclusion
Bibliography

Bookmark: E.Maybury.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Readings in Intelligent User Interfaces
Editor: Maybury, Mark T.
Editor: Wahlster, Wolfgang
Date: 1998
Pages: 736
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-444-8
Contents:
Intelligent User Interfaces: An Introduction
I. MULTIMEDIA INPUT ANALYSIS
"Put-That-There": Voice and Gesture at the Graphics Interface
	+ Bolt, R. A.
Synergistic Use of Direct Manipulation and Natural Language
	+ Cohen, P. R.
	+ Dalrymple, M.
	+ Moran, D. B.
Natural Language with Integrated Deictic and Graphic Gestures
	+ Neal, J. G.
	+ Thielman, C. Y.
	+ Dobes, Z.
Integrating Simultaneous Input from Speech, Gaze, and Hand Gestures
	+ Koons, D. B.
	+ Sparrell, C. J.
	+ Thorisson, K. R.
The Use of Eye Movements in Human-Computer Interaction Techniques: What You Look at Is What You Get
	+ Jacob, R.
II. MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION DESIGN
Automating the Generation of Coordinated Multimedia Explanations
	+ Feiner, S. K.
	+ McKeown, K. R.
Planning Multimedia Explanations Using Communicative Acts
	+ Maybury, M. T.
Plan-Based Integration of Natural Language and Graphics Generation
	+ Wahlster, W.
	+ Andre, E.
	+ Finkler, W.
Presentation Design Using an Integrated Knowledge Base
	+ Arens, Y.
	+ Miller, L.
	+ Sondheimer, N. K.
Automatic Generation of Technical Documentation
	+ Reiter, E.
	+ Mellish, C.
	+ Levine, J.
On the Knowledge Underlying Multimedia Presentations
	+ Arens, Y.
	+ Hovy, E.
	+ Vossers, M.
III. AUTOMATED GRAPHICS DESIGN
Automating the Design of Graphical Presentations of Relational Information
	+ Mackinlay, J. D.
Data Characterization for Intelligent Graphics Presentation
	+ Roth, S. F.
	+ Mattis, J.
A Task-Analytic Approach to the Automated Design of Graphic Presentations
	+ Casner, S. M.
Automated Generation of Intent-Based 3D Illustrations
	+ Seligmann, D.
	+ Feiner, S.
Interactive Graphic Design Using Automatic Presentation Knowledge
	+ Roth, S. F.
	+ Kolojejchick, J.
	+ Mattis, J.
IV. AUTOMATED LAYOUT
A Grid-Based Approach to Automating Display Layout
	+ Feiner, S. K.
Automatic Generation of Formatted Text
	+ Hovy, E.
	+ Arens, Y.
Constraint-Based Graphical Layout of Multimodal Presentations
	+ Graf, W. H.
An Empirical Study of Algorithms for Point-Feature Label Placement
	+ Christensen, J.
	+ Marks, J.
	+ Shieber, S.
Grammar-Based Articulation for Multimedia Document Design
	+ Weitzman, L.
	+ Wittenburg, K.
V. USER AND DISCOURSE MODELING
User Modeling via Stereotypes
	+ Rich, E.
Intelligent Interfaces as Agents
	+ Chin, D. N.
User and Discourse Models for Multimodal Communication
	+ Wahlster, W.
KN-AHS: An Adaptive Hypertext Client of the User Modeling System BGP-MS
	+ Kobsa, A.
	+ Muller, D.
	+ Nill, A.
Planning Text for Advisory Dialogues: Capturing Intentional and Rhetorical Information
	+ Moore, J. D.
	+ Paris, C. L.
Planning Interactive Explanations
	+ Cawsey, A.
Natural Language and Exploration of an Information Space: The ALFresco Interactive System
	+ Stock, O.
The Application of Natural Language Models to Intelligent Multimedia
	+ Burger, J. D.
	+ Marshall, R. J.
VI. MODEL-BASED INTERFACES
Steamer: An Interactive Inspectable Simulation-Based Training System
	+ Hollan, J. D.
	+ Hutchins, E. L.
	+ Weitzman, L. M.
A Knowledge-Based User Interface Management System
	+ Foley, J.
	+ Gibbs, C.
	+ Kim, W.
ITS: A Tool for Rapidly Developing Interactive Applications
	+ Wiecha, C.
	+ Bennett, W.
	+ Boies, S.
Beyond Interface Builders: Model-Based Interface Tools
	+ Szekely, P.
	+ Luo, P.
	+ Neches, R.
Model-Based Automated Generation of User Interfaces
	+ Puerta, A. R.
	+ Eriksson, H.
	+ Gennari, J. H.
Automatic Generation of a User Interface for Highly Interactive Business-Oriented Applications
	+ Vanderdonckt, J.
VII. AGENT INTERFACES
Agents That Reduce Work and Information Overload
	+ Maes, P.
Embedding Critics in Design Environments
	+ Fischer, G.
	+ Nakakoji, K.
	+ Ostwald, J.
Multimodal Interaction for Distributed Interactive Simulation
	+ Cohen, P.
	+ Johnston, M.
	+ McGee, D.
Speech Dialogue with Facial Displays: Multimodal Human-Computer Conversation
	+ Nagao, K.
	+ Takeuchi, A.
Animated Conversation: Rule-Based Generation of Facial Expression, Gesture and Spoken Intonation for Multiple Conversational Agents
	+ Cassell, J.
	+ Pelachaud, C.
	+ Badler, N.
VIII. EVALUATION
A Morphological Analysis of the Design Space of Input Devices
	+ Card, S. K.
	+ Mackinlay, J. D.
	+ Robertson, G. G.
Wizard of Oz Studies -- Why and How
	+ Dahlback, N.
	+ Jonsson, A.
	+ Ahrenberg, L.
User-Centered Modeling for Spoken Language and Multimodal Interfaces
	+ Oviatt, S. L.
PARADISE: A Framework for Evaluating Spoken Dialogue Agents
	+ Walker, M.
	+ Litman, D.
	+ Kamm, C.

Bookmark: E.Druin.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Design of Children's Technology; How We Design, What We Design and Why
Editor: Druin, Allison
Date: 1998
Pages: 270
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-507-X
Contents:
Preface: Beginning a Discussion about Kids, Technology, and Design
	+ Druin, Allison
I: The Design Process
1: The Role of Usability Research in Designing Children's Computer Products
	+ Hanna, Libby
	+ Risden, Kirsten
	+ Czerwinski, Mary
	+ Alexander, Kristin J.
2: Kids as Informants: Telling us What We Didn't Know or Confirming What We Already Knew
	+ Scaife, Mike
	+ Rogers, Yvonne
3: Children as Our Technology Design Partners
	+ Druin, Allison
	+ Bederson, Ben
	+ Boltman, Angela
	+ Miura, Adrian
	+ Knotts-Callahan, Debby
	+ Platt, Mark
4: Designing Collaborative Applications for Classroom Use: The LiNC Project
	+ Koenemann, Jurgen
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Shaffer, Clifford A.
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Abrams, Marc
5: The Role of the Media Researcher in the Design of Children's Media
	+ Lieberman, Debra
6: Children as Designers, Testers, and Evaluators of Educational Software: HCI From a Different Perspective
	+ Kafai, Yasmine B.
II: The Technology of Children
7: Constructional Design: Creating New Constructions Kits for Kids
	+ Resnick, Mitchel
	+ Bruckman, Amy
	+ Martin, Fred
8: Children as Digital Motion Picture Authors
	+ Baecker, Ronald
	+ Posner, Ilona
9: Making Programming Easier for Children
	+ Smith, David Canfield
	+ Cypher, Allen
10: Helping Children Learn Hard Things: Computer Programming with Familiar Objects and Actions
	+ Kahn, Ken
11: Middle Tech: Blurring the Division Between High and Low Tech in Education
	+ Eisenberg, Mike
	+ Eisenberg, Ann

Bookmark: E.Trenner.98
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Politics of Usability: A Practical Guide to Designing Usable Systems in Industry
Series Title: Practitioner Series
Editor: Trenner, Lesley
Editor: Bawa, Joanna
Date: 1998
Pages: 204
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 3-54076181-0
Contents:
Introduction
	+ Trenner, Lesley
	+ Bawa, Joanna
1. The Politics of Funding: Justifying Your Existence
	1. Making a Business Case for Usability and Beyond -- the Fight for Survival
		+ Nodder, Chris
	2. Selling Usability Services
		+ Browne, Dermot
2. The Politics of Set Up: What to Do with the Money once You Have Got it
	3. Overcoming Inertia within a Large Organization
		+ Kaderbhai, Tasnim
	4. Integrating Usability into Systems Development
		+ Crerar, Alison
		+ Benyon, David
	5. A Structured Approach to User Interface Design
		+ Browne, Dermot
		+ Friend, John
	6. Making Usability Part of the Culture
		+ Saunders, Janet
		+ Arnfeld, Alan
3. The Politics of Survival: Keeping Usability on the Political Map
	7. A Change is as Good as a Test
		+ Williams, Maggie
	8. Consultants with Clout
		+ Thomas, Cathy
	9. Cultivating an Effective Client Relationship to Promote a User-Centred Culture
		+ Simpson, Nichole
4. The Politics of Expansion: How to Work Effectively on an International, Multi-Cultural Level
	10. "Oh, so That's the Way You Do it over There!"
		+ Towey, Ingrid K.
	11. Spreading the Word: Introducing Usability Evaluation on an International Scale
		+ Bawa, Joanna
	12. Standards and Style Guides -- A Cross-Cultural Perspective
		+ Stewart, Tom
	13. Usability Practice in the United States: Perception versus Reality
		+ Dorazio, Patricia
	14. Round the World in 18 Days
		+ Dray, Susan M.
		+ Rowland, Lawrence R.

Bookmark: E.Giagnocavo.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Child Safety on the Internet
Series Title: Computer Books
Author: Staff of Classroom Connect
Editor: Giagnocavo, Gregory
Editor: Distefano, Vince
Date: 1997
Pages: 296
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Standard number: ISBN: 0-13-569468-X
Contents:
Intro: Making the Net Safe
1. The Internet's Dark Side
2. Dangerous Minds
3. Common Sense Protection
4. Netiquette
5. Acceptable Use Policies
6. Commercial Online Services
7. Information Literacy
8. Internet Town Watch
9. Become a Computer Detective
10. Police the Net
A. Acceptable Use Policies
B. Information Literacy
C. Electronic Frontier Foundation
D. Protecting Children with Surfwatch
Directory
Glossary

Bookmark: E.Waern.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Co-Operative Process Management: Cognition and Information Technology
Editor: Wærn, Yvonne
Date: 1997
Pages: 248
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7484-0713-8
Contents:
PART ONE Analyses
	1 Background
		+ Wærn, Yvonne
	2 Analysis of a generic dynamic situation
		+ Wærn, Yvonne
	3 Task analysis and its relevance for team work
		+ Stammers, Rob
	4 Context, cognition and control
		+ Hollnagel, Eric
PART TWO Field studies
	5 Team decision-making and situation awareness in military command and control
		+ Artman, Henrik
	6 Creation and loss of cognitive empathy at an emergency control centre
		+ Artman, Henrik
		+ Wærn, Yvonne
	7 Utilization of information technology in navigational decision-making
		+ Norros, Leena
		+ Hukki, Kristiina
PART THREE Microworld studies
	8 The C³FIRE microworld
		+ Granlund, Rego
	9 Visualized co-ordination support in distributed decision-making
		+ Svenmarck, Peter
	10 Co-operation and situation awareness within and between time-scales in dynamic decision-making
		+ Artman, Henrik
	11 Effects of time pressure in fully connected and hierarchical architectures of distributed decision-making
		+ Brehmer, Berndt
PART FOUR Training
	12 Co-ordination training in emergency management
		+ Dowell, John
		+ Smith, Walter
	13 Microworld systems for emergency management training
		+ Granlund, Rego
PART FIVE Computer artifacts
	14 In search of organizational memory in process control
		+ Auramaki, Esa
		+ Kovalainen, Mikko
	15 Knowledge management for collective learning and organizational memory
		+ Hagglund, Sture
	16 Knowledge graphs in group learning
		+ Popping, Roel
PART SIX Conclusions
	17 Final discussion and conclusions
		+ Wærn, Yvonne

Bookmark: E.Kyng.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computers and Design in Context
Editor: Kyng, Morten
Editor: Mathiassen, Lars
Editor: Braa, Kristin
Date: 1997
Pages: 464
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-11223-X
Contents:
http://mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl?isbn=026211223X
Contents:
Introduction: Design in Context
	+ Kyng, Morten
	+ Mathiassen, Lars
1. Evolution, Not Revolution: Participatory Design in the Toolbelt Era
	+ Sumner, Tamara
	+ Stolze, Markus
2. Computer Use by Artists and Designers: Some Perspectives on Two Design Traditions
	+ Beardon, Colin
	+ Gollifer, Sue
	+ Rose, Christopher
	et al
3. Three Levels of End-User Tailoring: Customization, Integration, and Extension
	+ Morch, Anders
4. Design for Heterogeneity
	+ Thoresen, Kari
5. What Kind of Car Is This Sales Support System? On Styles, Artifacts, and Quality-in-Use
	+ Ehn, Pelle
	+ Meggerle, Theis
	+ Steen, Odd
	et al
6. Accounting for System Behavior: Representation, Reflection, and Resourceful Action
	+ Dourish, Paul
7. Computers in Context -- But in Which Context?
	+ Naslund, Torbjorn
8. Toward a Cooperative Experimental System Development Approach
	+ Grønbæk, Kaj
	+ Kyng, Morten
	+ Mogensen, Preben
9. Designing Stakeholder Expectations in the Implementation of New Technology: Can We Ever Learn Our Lessons?
	+ McMaster, Tom
	+ Jones, Mark C.
	+ Wood-Harper, Trevor
10. Back to Work: Renewing Old Agendas for Cooperative Design
	+ Blomberg, Jeanette
	+ Suchman, Lucy
	+ Trigg, Randall
11. Design in Groups -- And All That Jazz
	+ Bratteteig, Tone
	+ Stolterman, Erik
12. Speech Acts On Trial
	+ Ljungberg, Jan
	+ Holm, Peter
13. Ethnocritical Heuristics for Reflecting on Work with Users and Other Interested Parties
	+ Muller, Michael J.
14. An Information Systems Research Framework for the Organizational Laboratory
	+ Braa, Kristin
	+ Vidgen, Richard

Bookmark: E.Kiesler.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Culture of the Internet
Editor: Kiesler, Sara
Date: 1997
Pages: 480
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-1635-6 [cloth] 0-8058-1636-4 [paper]
Contents:
Part I: The Net As It Was and Might Become
	The Rise and Fall of Netville: The Saga of a Cyberspace Construction Boomtown in the Great Divide
		+ King, J.
		+ Grinter, R. E.
		+ Pickering, J. M.
	Atheism, Sex, and Databases: The Net as a Social Technology
		+ Sproull, L.
		+ Faraj, S.
	Pornography in Cyberspace: An Exploration of What's in USENET
		+ Mehta, M. D.
		+ Plaza, D. E.
	BOX: Erotica on the Internet: Early Evidence From the HomeNet Trial
		+ Manning, J.
		+ Scherlis, W.
		+ Kiesler, S.
		+ Kraut, R.
		+ Mukhopadhyay, T.
	From the Couch to the Keyboard: Psychotherapy in Cyberspace
		+ Binik, Y. M.
		+ Cantor, J.
		+ Ochs, E.
		+ Meana, M.
Part II: Electronic Groups
	Interpreting Soap Operas and Creating Community: Inside an Electronic Fan Culture
		+ Baym, N. K.
	Mudding: Social Phenomena in Text-Based Virtual Realities
		+ Curtis, P.
	Constructions and Reconstructions of Self in Virtual Reality: Playing in the MUDs
		+ Turkle, S.
	Seeking Social Support: Parents in Electronic Support Group
		+ Mickelson, K. D.
	An Electronic Group Is Virtually a Social Network
		+ Wellman, B.
Part III: Power and Influence
	A Brave New World or a New World Order?
		+ Kedzie, C. R.
	Conflict on the Internet
		+ Carnevale, P. J.
		+ Probst, T. M.
	BOX: Coordination, Control, and the Intranet
		+ Kling, R.
Part IV: Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
	Electronic Brainstorming: Science Meets Technology in the Group Meeting Room
		+ Connolly, T.
	Email Overload: Exploring Personal Information Management of Email
		+ Whittaker, S.
		+ Sidner, C.
	BOX: More That We Can Know: The Attentional Economics of Internet Use
		+ Thorngate, W.
Part V: Networked Organizations
	The Kindness of Strangers: On the Usefulness of Electronic Weak Ties for Technical Advice
		+ Constant, D.
		+ Sproull, L.
		+ Kiesler, S.
	Media Use in a Global Corporation: Electronic Mail and Organizational Knowledge
		+ Kraut, R. E.
		+ Attewell, P.
	Organizational Dimensions of Effective Digital Library Use: Closed Rational and Open Natural Systems Models
		+ Covi, L.
		+ Kling, R.
	The Internet in School: A Case Study of Educator Demand and Its Precursors
		+ Schofield, J. W.
		+ Davidson, A.
		+ Stocks, J. E.
		+ Futoran, G.
Part VI: Differences in Access and Usage
	Computer Networks and Scientific Work
		+ Walsh, J. P.
		+ Bayma, T.
	Computers and Connectivity: Current Trends
		+ Bikson, T. K.
		+ Panis, C. W. A.

Bookmark: E.Salvendy.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Human Factors
Editor: Salvendy, Gavriel
Date: 1997
Pages: 1600
City: New York
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-11690-4; OCLC 35986430
Note: 2nd edition
Contents:
1. THE HUMAN FACTORS FUNCTION
1. The Human Factors Profession
	+ Helander, Martin
2. Systems Design and Evaluation
	+ Czaja, Sara J.
2. THE HUMAN FACTORS FUNDAMENTALS
3. Sensation and Perception
	+ Proctor, Robert W.
	+ Proctor, Janet D.
4. Information Processing
	+ Wickens, Christopher D.
	+ Carswell, C. Melody
5. Learning
	+ Koubek, Richard J.
	+ Benysh, Susan A. H.
	+ Tang, Eric
6. Human Error
	+ Park, Kyung S.
7. Perceptual Motor Skills and Human Motion Analysis
	+ Regan, David
8. Engineering Anthropometry
	+ Kroemer, Karl H. E.
9. Biomechanics of the Human Body
	+ Marras, William S.
10. Work Physiology -- Fatigue and Recovery
	+ Rodgers, Suzanne H.
3. JOB DESIGN
11. Allocation of Functions
	+ Sharit, Joseph
12. Task Analysis
	+ Luczak, Holger
13. Mental Workload
	+ Tsang, Pamela S.
	+ Wilson, Glenn F.
14. Job and Team Design
	+ Medsker, Gina J.
	+ Campion, Michael A.
15. Participatory Ergonomics
	+ Wilson, John R.
	+ Haines, Helen M.
16. Models in Training and Instruction
	+ Swezey, Robert W.
	+ Llaneras, Robert E.
17. Computer-Based Instruction
	+ Brock, John F.
18. Organizational Design and Macroergonomics
	+ Hendrick, Hal
19. Socially Centered Design
	+ Stanney, Kay M.
	+ Maxey, Jeffrey L.
	+ Salvendy, Gavriel
4. EQUIPMENT, WORKPLACE, AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
20. Visual Displays
	+ Bennett, Kevin B.
	+ Nagy, Allen L.
	+ Flach, John M.
21. Controls
	+ Bullinger, Hans-Jorg
	+ Kern, Peter
	+ Braun, Martin
22. Nonconventional Controls
	+ McMillan, Grant R.
	+ Eggleston, Robert G.
	+ Anderson, Timothy R.
23. Biomechanical Aspects of Workplace Design
	+ Chaffin, Don B.
24. Noise
	+ Crocker, Malcolm J.
25. Vibration and Motion
	+ Griffin, Michael J.
26. Illumination
	+ Boyce, Peter R.
27. Toxicology and Thermal Comfort
	+ Konz, Stephan A.
28. Climate and Clothing
	+ Bensel, Carolyn K.
	+ Santee, William R.
29. Design for Macrogravity and Microgravity Environments
	+ Albery, William B.
	+ Woolford, Barbara
30. Architecture and Interior Design
	+ Harrigan, John E.
5. DESIGN FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY
31. Occupation Risk Management
	+ Zimolong, Bernhard
32. Work Schedules and Sustained Performance
	+ Tepas, Donald I.
	+ Paley, Michael J.
	+ Popkin, Stephen M.
33. Psychosocial Approach in Occupational Health
	+ Kalimo, Raija
	+ Lindstrom, Keri
	+ Smith, Michael J.
34. Manual Materials Handling
	+ Ayoub, M. M.
	+ Dempsey, Patrick
	+ Karwowski, Waldemar
35. Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Upper Extremities
	+ Karwowski, Waldemar
	+ Marras, William S.
36. Warnings and Risk Perception
	+ Laughery, Kenneth R., Sr.
	+ Wogalter, Michael S.
6. PERFORMANCE MODELING
37. Decision Making
	+ Lehto, Mark R.
38. Feedback Control Models -- Manual Control and Tracking
	+ Hess, Ronald
39. Supervisory Control
	+ Sheridan, Thomas B.
40. Cognitive Modeling
	+ Eberts, Ray
41. Computer Modeling and Simulation
	+ Laughery, K. Ronald, Jr.
	+ Corker, Kevin
42. Decision Support Systems
	+ Sage, Andrew P.
7. EVALUATION
43. Data Collection and Evaluation of Outcome Measures
	+ Salvendy, Gavriel
	+ Carayon, Pascale
44. Exploratory Sequential Data Analysis: Qualitative and Quantitative Handling of Continuous Observational Data
	+ Sanderson, Penelope M.
	+ Fisher, Carolanne
45. Effectiveness Testing of Complex Systems
	+ Pejtersen, Annelise Mark
	+ Rasmussen, Jens
46. Usability Testing
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
47. Maintainability
	+ Majoros, Anthony E.
	+ Boyle, Edward
48. Human Factors Audits
	+ Drury, Colin G.
49. Assessing Cost/Benefits of Human Factors
	+ Rouse, William B.
	+ Boff, Kenneth R.
8. HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
50. Design of Computer Terminal Workstations
	+ Smith, Michael J.
	+ Cohen, William J.
51. Software-User Interface Design
	+ Liu, Yili
52. Virtual Environments
	+ Bullinger, Hans-Jorg
	+ Bauer, Wilhelm
	+ Braun, Martin
53. Social Computing: Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Groupware
	+ Barua, Anita
	+ Chellappa, Ramnath
	+ Whinston, Andrew B.
54. Human Factors in Information Access of Distributed Systems
	+ Reaux, Ray
	+ Carroll, John M.
55. Multimedia
	+ Chignell, Mark H.
	+ Waterworth, John A.
9. SELECTED APPLICATIONS OF HUMAN FACTORS
56. Human Factors in Manufacturing
	+ Karwowski, Waldemar
	+ Warnecke, Hans-Jurgen
	+ Hueser, Manfred
57. Automation Surprises
	+ Woods, David D.
	+ Sarter, Nadine
	+ Billings, Charlie
58. Human Factors in Process Control
	+ Moray, Neville
59. Human Factors in Transportation
	+ Waller, Patricia F.
	+ Green, Paul A.
60. Design for People with Functional Limitations Resulting from Disability, Aging, or Circumstance
	+ Vanderheiden, Gregg C.

Bookmark: E.Helander.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Helander, Martin
Editor: Landauer, Thomas K.
Editor: Prabhu, Prasad V.
Date: 1997
Number of Chapters: 62
Pages: 1582
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: North-Holland
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-81862-6 (cloth), OCLC 36900878; 0-444-81876-6 (paper); LC: QA76.9.H85; Dewey: 004/.01/9
Note: Second Edition
Contents:
I Issues, Theories, Models and Methods in HCI
1 Human-Computer Interaction: Background and Issues
	+ Nickerson, Raymond S.
	+ Landauer, Thomas K.
2 Information Visualization
	+ Hollan, James D.
	+ Bederson, Benjamin B.
	+ Helfman, Jonathan I.
3 Mental Models and User Models
	+ Allen, Robert B.
4 Model-Based Optimization of Display Systems
	+ Pavel, Misha
	+ Ahumada, Albert J., Jr.
5 Task Analysis, Task Allocation and Supervisory Control
	+ Sheridan, Thomas B.
6 Models of Graphical Perception
	+ Lohse, Gerald Lee
7 Using Natural Language Interfaces
	+ Ogden, William C.
	+ Bernick, Philip
8 Virtual Environments as Human-Computer Interfaces
	+ Ellis, Stephen R.
	+ Begault, Durand R.
	+ Wenzel, Elizabeth M.
9 Behavioral Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Landauer, Thomas K.
II Design and Development of Software Systems
10 How To Design Usable Systems
	+ Gould, John D.
	+ Boies, Stephen J.
	+ Ukelson, Jacob
11 Participatory Practices in the Software Lifecycle
	+ Muller, Michael J.
	+ Haslwanter, Jean Hallewell
	+ Dayton, Tom
12 Design for Quality-in-use: Human-Computer Interaction Meets Information Systems Development
	+ Ehn, Pelle
	+ Lowgren, Jonas
13 Ecological Information Systems and Support of Learning: Coupling Work Domain Information to User Characteristics
	+ Pejtersen, Annelise Mark
	+ Rasmussen, Jens
14 The Role of Task Analysis in the Design of Software
	+ Jeffries, Robin
15 The Use of Ethnographic Methods in Design and Evaluation
	+ Nardi, Bonnie A.
16 What do Prototypes Prototype?
	+ Houde, Stephanie
	+ Hill, Charles
17 Scenario-Based Design
	+ Carroll, John M.
18 International Ergonomic HCI Standards
	+ Cakir, Ahmet
	+ Dzida, Wolfgang
III User Interface Design
19 Graphical User Interfaces
	+ Marcus, Aaron
20 The Role of Metaphors in User Interface Design
	+ Neale, Dennis C.
	+ Carroll, John M.
21 Direct Manipulation and Other Lessons
	+ Frohlich, David M.
22 Human Error and User-Interface Design
	+ Prabhu, Prasad V.
	+ Prabhu, Girish V.
23 Screen Design
	+ Tullis, Thomas S.
24 Design of Menus
	+ Paap, Kenneth R.
	+ Cooke, Nancy J.
25 Color and Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Post, David L.
26 How Not to Have to Navigate Through Too Many Displays
	+ Woods, David D.
	+ Watts, Jennifer C.
IV Evaluation of HCI
27 The Usability Engineering Framework for Product Design and Evaluation
	+ Wixon, Dennis
	+ Wilson, Chauncey
28 User-Centered Software Evaluation Methodologies
	+ Karat, John
29 Usability Inspection Methods
	+ Virzi, Robert A.
30 Cognitive Walkthroughs
	+ Lewis, Clayton
	+ Wharton, Cathleen
31 A Guide to GOMS Model Usability Evaluation using NGOMSL
	+ Kieras, David
32 Cost-Justifying Usability Engineering in the Software Life Cycle
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
V Individual Differences and Training
33 From Novice to Expert
	+ Mayer, Richard E.
34 Computer Technology and the Older Adult
	+ Czaja, Sara J.
35 Human Computer Interfaces for People with Disabilities
	+ Newell, Alan F.
	+ Gregor, Peter
36 Computer-Based Instruction
	+ Eberts, Ray E.
37 Intelligent Tutoring Systems
	+ Corbett, Albert T.
	+ Koedinger, Kenneth R.
	+ Anderson, John R.
VI Multimedia, Video and Voice
38 Hypertext and its Implications for the Internet
	+ Vora, Pawan R.
	+ Helander, Martin G.
39 Multimedia Interaction
	+ Waterworth, John A.
	+ Chignell, Mark H.
40 A Practical Guide to Working with Edited Video
	+ Kellogg, Wendy A.
	+ Bellamy, Rachel K. E.
	+ Van Deusen, Mary
41 Desktop Video Conferencing: A Systems Approach
	+ Kies, Jonathan K.
	+ Williges, Robert C.
	+ Williges, Beverly H.
42 Auditory Interfaces
	+ Gaver, William W.
43 Design Issues for Interfaces using Voice Input
	+ Kamm, Candace
	+ Helander, Martin
44 Applying Speech Synthesis to User Interfaces
	+ Spiegel, Murray F.
	+ Streeter, Lynn
45 Designing Voice Menu Applications for Telephones
	+ Marics, Monica A.
	+ Engelbeck, George
VII Programming, Intelligent Interface Design and Knowledge-Based Systems
46 Expertise and Instruction in Software Development
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Carroll, John M.
47 End-User Programming
	+ Eisenberg, Michael
48 Interactive Software Architecture
	+ Olsen, Dan R., Jr.
49 User Aspects Of Knowledge-Based Systems
	+ Wærn, Yvonne
	+ Hagglund, Sture
50 Paradigms for Intelligent Interface Design
	+ Roth, Emilie M.
	+ Malin, Jane T.
	+ Schreckenghost, Debra L.
51 Knowledge Elicitation for the Design of Software Agents
	+ Boy, Guy A.
52 Decision Support Systems: Integrating Decision Aiding And Decision Training
	+ Zachary, Wayne W.
	+ Ryder, Joan M.
53 Human Computer Interaction Applications for Intelligent Transportation Systems
	+ Dingus, Thomas A.
	+ Gellatly, Andrew W.
	+ Reinach, Stephen J.
VIII Input Devices and Design of Work Stations
54 Keys and Keyboards
	+ Lewis, James R.
	+ Potosnak, Kathleen M.
	+ Magyar, Regis L.
55 Pointing Devices
	+ Greenstein, Joel S.
56 Ergonomics of CAD Systems
	+ Luczak, Holger
	+ Springer, Johannes
57 Design of the Computer Workstation
	+ Kroemer, Karl H. E.
58 Work-related Disorders and the Operation of Computer VDT's
	+ Hagberg, Mats
	+ Rempel, David
IX CSCW and Organizational Issues in HCI
59 Research on Computer Supported Cooperative Work
	+ Olson, Gary M.
	+ Olson, Judith S.
60 Organizational Issues in Development and Implementation of Interactive Systems
	+ Grudin, Jonathan
	+ Markus, M. Lynne
61 Understanding the Organisational Ramifications of Implementing Information Technology Systems
	+ Eason, Ken
62 Psychosocial Aspects of Computerized Office Work
	+ Smith, Michael J.
	+ Conway, Frank T.

Bookmark: E.Forsyth.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors and Web Development
Editor: Forsythe, Chris
Editor: Grose, Eric
Editor: Ratner, Julie
Date: 1997
Pages: 288
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-2823-0 [cloth] 0-8058-2824-9 [paper]
Contents:
Introduction
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
Part I: Perspectives From Psychology
	The Use of Investigatory Responses as a Measure of Learning and Memory
		+ Seltzer, C. P.
	Visual Information Processing on the World Wide Web
		+ Marks, W.
		+ Dulaney, C. L.
	Discourse Process and Its Relevance to the Web
		+ Magliano, J. P.
		+ Schleich, M. C.
		+ Millis, K. K.
	Human Navigation
		+ Whitaker, Leslie A.
Part II: Web User Populations
	Children's Online Environments
		+ Druin, Allison
		+ Platt, M.
	Designing Web Pages and Applications for People With Disabilities
		+ Laux, Lila
	The World Wide Web as a Teaching Resource
		+ Burden, P.
		+ Davies, J.
	Easing the Learning Curve for Novice Web Users
		+ Ratner, Julie
Part III: Web Design Guidelines and Development Processes
	Using Web and Traditional Style Guides to Design Web Interfaces
		+ Grose, Eric
		+ Forsythe, Chris
		+ Ratner, Julie
	Page Design Guidelines Developed Through Usability Testing
		+ Borges, Jose A.
		+ Morales, Israel
		+ Rodriguez, Nestor J.
	Human Factors Methodology for Designing Web Sites
		+ Vora, Pawan R.
Part IV: Web Research and Development
	Web User Interface Development at Oracle Corporation
		+ Wichansky, Anna M.
		+ Hackman, Geroge, Jr.
	Web Usability Research at Microsoft Corporation
		+ Kanerva, A.
		+ Keeker, K.
		+ Risden, K.
		+ Schuh, E.
		+ Czerwinski, Mary
	Creating Content for Both Paper and the Web
		+ Lew, Gavin S.
		+ Schumacher, Robert M.
		+ Omanson, Richard C.
	The Ten Golden Rules for Providing Video Over the Web or 0% of 2.4M (at 270k/sec, 340 sec remaining)
		+ Johnson, C.
Part V: Collaboration and Visualization
	Graphics Design on the Web
		+ Wiebe, E. N.
		+ Howe, J. E.
	Collaborative Interfaces for the Web
		+ Greenberg, Saul
	A Zooming Web Browser
		+ Bederson, Ben B.
		+ Hollan, James D.
		+ Stewart, J.
		+ Rogers, D.
		+ Vick, D.
		+ Ring, L.
		+ Grose, Eric
		+ Forsythe, Chris

Bookmark: E.Carey.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors in Information Systems: The Relationship between User Interface Design and Human Performance
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Carey, Jane M.
Date: 1997
Pages: 254
City: Grenwich, CT
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 1-56750-285-7; LC QA76.9.H85
Note: Proceedings of the 4th Symposium, 1992-02-27-28, Phoenix, AZ
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.co.uk/ppbooks.php
Contents:
HUMAN/COMPUTER INTERACTION:
	A Synergy of Theories on Human Information Processing in the User Interface
	An Empirical Evaluation of Spreadsheet and Database Task Performance Using Different Menu Styles
	Group Interface Issues
	An Evaluation of Icon Performance Based on User Preference
INFORMATION PRESENTATION:
	Design Implications of Children's Successes and Failures in Information Retrieval: A Case Analysis
	Assessing the Value of Information in a Decision Support System (DSS) Contest: A Simulation Study
SYSTEM/USER COMMUNICATION:
	Specifying Functionality and Usability
	Assessing the Use of an SQL Minimal Manual in Self-Instruction
THE ANALYST:
	The Impact of Production Emphasis on Programmer Productivity
	Groupware, Teamwork, and Performance: Establishing the Links
	Conceptual Framework and Research Strategy Considerations: The Study of MIS Professional Ideology
END USER INVOLVEMENT:
	Importance of Familiarization for System Acceptance: The Case of Voice Mail
	A Task for Examining Information Channeling Under Time Pressure
	The Effects of Individual Differences on User Satisfaction
	The Role of User Cognitive Skills in Information Display: A Follow Up Study
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES:
	Measurement Issues in the Study of Human Factors in Management Information Systems

Bookmark: E.Redmill.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors in Safety-Critical Systems
Editor: Redmill, Felix
Editor: Rajan, Jane
Date: 1997
Pages: 354
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Standard number: ISBN: 0-75062715-8
Contents:
PART 1 SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS AND HUMAN RELIABILITY
	1 Introducing Safety-critical Systems
			+ Redmill, Felix
		1.1 Introduction
		1.2 Safety and Safety-critical Systems
		1.3 The Human Element in Failure
		1.4 A Consideration of Risk
		1.5 Hazard and Risk Analysis
		1.6 Designing for Safety
		1.7 The Safety Case
		1.8 Safety Culture
		1.9 The Right Questions
	2 The Causes of Human Error
			+ Lucas, Deborah
		2.1 The Aim of this Chapter
		2.2 Human Error and Major Accidents
		2.3 What Causes Human Errors?
		2.4 Some Key Concepts and Distinctions
		2.5 Cognitive Models of Human Error
		2.6 Practical Use of Models of Error Causation
		2.7 Conclusions
	3 Human Reliability Assessment: Methods and Techniques
			+ Cacciabue, Carlo
		3.1 Introduction
		3.2 Criteria for Classifying Human Factors Methods
		3.3 Methodologies for Human Reliability Assessment
		3.4 Methods and Techniques for Human Reliability Analysis
		3.5 Comparison of Methods
		3.6 Conclusions
PART 2 HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
	4 Introduction to HCI in Safety-critical systems
			+ Storrs, Graham
		4.1 What Makes HCI Design So Important?
		4.2 What Makes HCI Design So Difficult?
		4.3 Approaches To User Interface Design
		4.4 Where Are The Hazards In User Interfaces?
		4.5 Putting User Interfaces in Context
		4.6 People Are Not Like Other System Components
		4.7 Concluding Remarks
	5 Specification of Safety-critical Systems
			+ Clare, Jeremy
		5.1 Introduction
		5.2 The Nature of Specifications
		5.3 The Life Cycle Context
		5.4 Risk Analysis in the Specification Process
		5.5 Fault Tree Analysis for Supporting the Analysis of Likelihood in Risk Evaluation
		5.6 Hazard Analysis of Human-centred Systems
		5.7 Conclusions
	6 Interface Design for Safety-critical Systems
			+ Rajan, Jane
		6.1 Introduction
		6.2 The Display Design Process
		6.3 Structuring the Display System
		6.4 Representation of Displayed Information
		6.5 Abnormal and Emergency Operation
		6.6 Conclusion
	7 Training and Operator Support
			+ Shepherd, Andrew
		7.1 Introduction
		7.2 Understanding the Task
		7.3 Acquisition and Application of Skill
		7.4 Making Training and Support Design Choices
		7.5 Developing Support Aids for Operators
		7.6 Ensuring Safe and Competent Operation through Training
		7.7 Assessing Performance
		7.8 Concluding Remarks
	8 Design and Support for Abnormal Situations
			+ Berman, Jonathan
		8.1 Introduction
		8.2 Behaviour in Abnormal Situations
		8.3 Safety-based'Support
		8.4 Training Support
		8.5 Conclusions
PART 3 SOCIO-TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS
	9 Social Factors in Safety-critical Systems
			+ Westrum, Ron
		9.1 Introduction
		9.2 Social Factors in the Design Process
		9.3 The Conduct of Operations
		9.4 Managing the Interfaces
		9.5 Conclusion
	10 Learning from Incidents at Work
			+ Koornneef, Florus
			+ Hale, Andrew
		10.1 Introduction
		10.2 Accident Models
		10.3 Accident Analysis Techniques
		10.4 The ISA System
		10.5 Discussion
	11 Procedural Violations -- Causes, Costs and Cures
			+ Mason, Steve
		11.1 Introduction
		11.2 Direct Motivators
		11.3 Behaviour Modifiers
		11.4 A Work Design Approach
		11.5 Routine, Situational, Exceptional and Optimising Violations
		11.6 Controlling Procedural Violations
		11.7 The HFRG Violation Approach
		11.8 Conclusions
	12 The Treatment of Human Factors in Safety Cases
			+ Collier, David
		12.1 Regulation and Safety Cases
		12.2 The Content of a Safety Case
		12.3 Writing Safety Cases and Obtaining Regulatory Approval

Bookmark: E.Huhns.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Readings in Agents
Editor: Huhns, Michael N.
Editor: Singh, Munindar P.
Date: 1997
Pages: 520
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-495-2
Contents:
Chapter 1 Agents and Multiagent Systems: Themes, Approaches, and Challenges
Chapter 2 Applications
Chapter 3 Architectures and Infrastructure
Chapter 4 Models of Agency

Bookmark: E.SparkJones.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Readings in Information Retrieval
Series Title: Multimedia Information and Systems
Editor: Jones, Karen Sparck
Editor: Willett, Peter
Date: 1997
Pages: 600
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860454-5
Contents:
1. OVERALL INTRODUCTION
2. HISTORY
The Thesaurus Approach to Information Retrieval
	+ Joyce, T.
	+ Needham, R. M.
The Automatic Derivation of Information Retrieval Encodements from Machine-Readable Texts
	+ Luhn, H. P.
Indexing and Abstracting by Association. Part I
	+ Doyle, L. B.
On Relevance, Probabilistic Indexing and Information Retrieval
	+ Maron, M. E.
	+ Kuhns, J. L.
The Cranfield Tests on Index Language Devices
	+ Cleverdon, C. W.
Computer Evaluation of Indexing and Text Processing
	+ Salton, G.
	+ Lesk, M. E.
3. KEY CONCEPTS
The Concept of "Aboutness" in Subject Indexing
	+ Hutchins, W. J.
The Testing of Index Language Devices
	+ Cleverdon, C. W.
	+ Mills, J.
Thesaurus
	+ Foskett, D. J.
Using Problem Structures for Driving Human-Computer Dialogues
	+ Daniels, P. J.
	+ Brooks, H. M.
	+ Belkin, N. J.
Relevance: A Review of and a Framework for Thinking on the Notion in Information Science
	+ Saracevic, T.
4. EVALUATION
A Study of Information Seeking and Retrieving. I. Background and Methodology
	+ Saracevic, T.
	+ Kantor, P.
	+ Chamis, A. Y.
	et al
On Selecting a Measure of Retrieval Effectiveness, Part I
	+ Cooper, W. S.
The Pragmatics of Information Retrieval Experimentation, Revisited
	+ Tague-Sutcliffe, J.
Presenting Results of Experimental Retrieval Comparisons
	+ Keen, E. M.
MEDLARS: Report on the Evaluation of Its Operating Efficiency
	+ Lancaster, F. W.
The TREC Conferences
	+ Harman, D. K.
5. MODELS
Getting Beyond Boole
	+ Cooper, W. S.
A Non-Classical Logic for Information Retrieval
	+ van Rijsbergen, C. J.
A Vector Space Model for Automatic Indexing
	+ Salton, G.
	+ Wong, A.
	+ Yang, C. S.
The Probability Ranking Principle in IR
	+ Robertson, S. E.
Inference Networks for Document Retrieval
	+ Turtle, H.
	+ Croft, W. B.
ASK for Information Retrieval. Part I. Background and Theory
	+ Belkin, N. J.
	+ Oddy, R. N.
	+ Brooks, H. M.
6. TECHNIQUES
An Algorithm for Suffix Stripping
	+ Porter, M. F.
Robust Text Processing in Automated Information Retrieval
	+ Strzalkowski, T.
Term-Weighting Approaches in Automatic Text Retrieval
	+ Salton, G.
	+ Buckley, C.
Search Term Relevance Weighting Given Little Relevance Information
	+ Jones, K. Sparck
Using Probabilistic Models of Document Retrieval without Relevance Information
	+ Croft, W. B.
	+ Harper, D. J.
Some Simple Effective Approximations to the 2-Poisson Model for Probabilistic Weighted Retrieval
	+ Robertson, S. E.
	+ Walker, S.
Improving Retrieval Performance by Relevance Feedback
	+ Salton, G.
	+ Buckley, C.
Using Interdocument Similarity Information in Document Retrieval Systems
	+ Griffiths, A.
	+ Luckhurst, H. C.
	+ Willett, P.
7. SYSTEMS
The SMART and SIRE Experimental Retrieval Systems
	+ Salton, G.
	+ McGill, M. J.
Architecture of an Expert System for Composite Document Analysis, Representation, and Retrieval
	+ Fox, E. A.
	+ France, R. K.
User-Friendly Systems Instead of User-Friendly Front-Ends
	+ Harman, D. K.
The Okapi Online Catalogue Research Projects
	+ Walker, S.
TREC and TIPSTER Experiments with INQUERY
	+ Callan, J. P.
	+ Croft, W. B.
	+ Broglio, J. S.
RUBRIC: A System for Rule-Based Information Retrieval
	+ McCune, B. P.
	+ Tong, R. M.
	+ Dean, J.
TARGET and FREESTYLE: DIALOG and Mead Join the Relevance Ranks
	+ Tenopir, C.
	+ Cahn, P.
8. EXTENSIONS
A Hypertext Environment for Interacting with Large Databases
	+ Agosti, M.
	+ Gradenigo, G.
	+ Marchetti, P. G.
Automatic Analysis, Theme Generation, and Summarization of Machine-Readable Texts
	+ Salton, G.
	+ Allan, J.
	+ Buckley, C.
	et al
Querying Across Languages: A Dictionary-Based Approach to Multilingual Information Retrieval
	+ Hull, D. A.
	+ Grefenstette, G.
Experiments in Spoken Document Retrieval
	+ Jones, K. Sparck
	+ Jones, G. J. F.
	+ Foote, J. T.
	et al
Video Parsing, Retrieval and Browsing: An Integrated and Content-Based Solution
	+ Zhang, H. J.
	+ Low, C. Y.
	+ Smoliar, S. W.
	et al
The Automatic Indexing System AIR/PHYS -- From Research to Application
	+ Biebricher, P.
	+ Fuhr, N.
	+ Lustig, G.
	et al
A News Story Categorization System
	+ Hayes, P. J.
	+ Knecht, L. E.
	+ Cellio, M. J.
Conceptual Information Extraction and Retrieval from Natural Language Input
	+ Rau, L. F.
A Production Rule System for Message Summarization
	+ Marsh, E.
	+ Hamburger, H.
	+ Grishman, R.
The Application of Linguistic Processing to Automatic Abstract Generation
	+ Johnson, F. C.
	+ Paice, C. D.
	+ Black, W. J.
	et al
9. ENVOI
Historical Note: Information Retrieval and the Future of an Illusion
	+ Swanson, D. R.

Bookmark: E.Wood.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: User Interface Design: Bridging the Gap from User Requirements to Design
Editor: Wood, Larry E.
Date: 1997
Pages: 320
Publisher: CRC Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-84933125-0
Contents:
1. Introduction: Bridging the Design Gap
	+ Wood, Larry E.
2. Bridging User Needs To Object Oriented GUI Prototype Via Task Object Design
	+ Dayton, Tom
	+ McFarland, Al
	+ Kramer, Joseph
3. Transforming Representations in User-Centered Design
	+ Graefe, Thomas M.
4. Model-Based User Interface Design: Successive Transformations of a Task/Object Model
	+ Ludolph, Frank
5. Lightweight Techniques to Encourage Innovative User Interface Design
	+ Monk, Andrew
6. Interaction Design: Leaving The Engineering Perspective Behind
	+ Nilsson, Peter
	+ Ottersten, Ingrid
7. Mind the Gap: Surviving the Dangers of User Interface Design
	+ Rantzer, Martin
8. Transforming User-Centered Analysis into User Interface: The Redesign of Complex Legacy Systems
	+ Rohlfs, Sabine
9. Systematic Creativity: A Bridge for the Gaps in the Software Development Process
	+ Scholtz, Jean
	+ Salvador, Tony
10. The UI War Room and Design Prism: A User Interface Design Approach from Multiple Perspectives
	+ Simpson, Kevin T.
11. Transforming User-Centered Analysis into User Interface: The Design of New-Generation Products
	+ Smith, Colin D.

Bookmark: E.Finn.97
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Video-Mediated Communication
Series Title: Computers, Cognition, and Work
Editor: Finn, Kathleen E.
Editor: Sellen, Abigail J.
Editor: Wilbur, Sylvia B.
Date: 1997
Pages: 584
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-2288-7 [cloth]
Contents:
Part I: Foundations
	Introduction: An Overview of Video-Mediated Communication
		+ Finn, K. E.
	The Role of Vision in Face-to-Face and Mediated Communication
		+ Whittaker, S.
		+ O'Conaill, B.
	Technology Constraints of Video-Mediated Communication
		+ Angiolillo, J. S.
		+ Blanchard, H. E.
		+ Israelski, E. W.
		+ Man'e, A.
	Making Sense of the Findings: Common Vocabulary Leads to the Synthesis Necessary for Theory Building
		+ Olson, G. M.
		+ Olson, J. S.
Part II: Findings
	Assessing Video-Mediated Communication: A Comparison of Different Analytic Approaches
		+ Sellen, A. J.
	Characterizing, Predicting, and Measuring Video-Mediated Communication: A Conversational Approach
		+ O'Conaill, B.
		+ Whittaker, S.
	The Impact of VMC on Collaborative Problem Solving: An Analysis of Task Performance, Communicative Process, and User Satisfaction
		+ Anderson, A. H.
		+ O'Malley, C.
		+ Doherty-Sneddon, G.
		+ Langton, S.
		+ Newlands, A.
		+ Mullin, J
		+ Fleming, A. M.
		+ Van der Velden, J.
	Face-to-Face Group Work Compared to Remote Group Work With and Without Video
		+ Olson, J. S.
		+ Olson, G. M.
		+ Meader, D.
	Studying Video-Based Collaboration in Context: From Small Workgroups to Large Organizations
		+ Isaacs, E. A.
		+ Tang, J. C.
	Channel Overload as a Driver for Adoption of Desktop Video for Distributed Group Work
		+ Rudman, C.
		+ Hertz, R.
		+ Marshall, C.
		+ Dykstra-Erickson, E.
	Video in Support of Organizational Talk
		+ Sellen, A. J.
		+ Harper, R.
	Rant and RAVE: Experimental and Experiential Accounts of a Media Space
		+ Bellotti, V.
		+ Dourish, P.
	The Media Space
		+ Harrison, S.
		+ Bly, S.
		+ Anderson, S.
		+ Minneman, S.
	Sharing Faces, Places, and Spaces: The Ontario Telepresence Project Field Studies
		+ Moore, G.
	Reconfiguring Media Space: Supporting Collaborative Work
		+ Heath, C.
		+ Luff, P.
		+ Sellen, A. J.
Part III: Design
	Models and Metaphors for Video-Mediated Communication
		+ Wilbur, S. B.
	Living in Augmented Reality: Ubiquitous Media and Reactive Environments
		+ Buxton, W. A. S.
	Interfaces for Multiparty Videoconferences
		+ Buxton, W. A. S.
		+ Sellen, A. J.
		+ Sheasby, M. C.
	Group Space: The Role of Video in Multipoint Videoconferencing and Its Implications for Design
		+ Man'e, A.
	Virtual Meeting Rooms
		+ Ensor, J. R.
	Iterative Design of Seamless Collaboration Media
		+ Ishii, H.
		+ Kobayashi, M.
		+ Arita, K.
		+ Yagi, T.
Part IV: The Future
	Informal Communications Reexamined: New Functions for Video in Supporting Opportunistic Encounters
		+ Isaacs, E. A.
		+ Whittaker, S.
		+ Frohlich, D.
		+ O'Conaill, B.
	Video-As-Data: Technical and Social Aspects of a Collaborative Multimedia Application
		+ Nardi, B. A.
		+ Kuchinsky, A.
		+ Whittaker, S.
		+ Leichner, R.
		+ Schwarz, H.
	Supporting Videoconferencing on the Internet
		+ Crowcroft, J.
	Prospects for Videotelephony
		+ Kraut, R. E.
		+ Fish, R. S.

Bookmark: E.Winograd.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Bringing Design to Software
Editor: Winograd, Terry
Editor: Bennett, John
Editor: De Young, Laura
Editor: Hartfield, Brad
Date: 1996
Pages: 321
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing
Standard number: ISBN: 0-201-85491-0; OCLC 33008895
Contents:
Introduction
1. A Software Design Manifesto
	+ Kapor, Mitchell
2. Design of the Conceptual Model
	+ Liddle, David
3. The Role of the Artist-Designer
	+ Smith, Gillian Crampton
	+ Tabor, Philip
4. Design Languages
	+ Rheinfrank, John
	+ Evenson, Shelley
5. The Consumer Spectrum
	+ Saffo, Paul
6. Action-Centered Design
	+ Denning, Peter
	+ Dargan, Pamela
7. Keeping It Simple
	+ Brown, John Seely
	+ Duguid, Paul
8. The Designer's Stance
	+ Kelley, David
	+ Hartfield, Bradley
9. Reflective Conversation with Materials
	+ Schon, Donald
	+ Bennett, John
10. Cultures of Prototyping
	+ Schrage, Michael
11. Footholds for Design
	+ Gai, Shahaf
12. Design as Practiced
	+ Norman, Donald
13. Organizational Support for Software Design
	+ De Young, Laura
14. Design for People at Work
	+ Kuhn, Sarah
Reflection

Bookmark: E.Collis.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Children and Computers in School
Editor: Collis, Betty
Editor: Knezek, Gerald
Editor: Lai, Kwok-Wing
Editor: Miyashita, Keiko
Date: 1996
Pages: 149
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-80582073-6

Bookmark: E.Engestrom.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cognition and Communication at Work
Editor: Engestrom, Yrjo
Editor: Middleton, David
Date: 1996
Pages: 346
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-521-44104-8
Contents:
1. Introduction: Studying work as mindful practice
	+ Engestrom, Yrjo
	+ Middleton, David
2. Distributed cognition in an airline cockpit
	+ Hutchins, Edwin
	+ Klausen, Tove
3. Constituting shared workspaces
	+ Suchman, Lucy
4. Seeing as situated activity: Formulating planes
	+ Goodwin, Charles
	+ Goodwin, Marjorie Harness
5. Convergent activities: Line control and passenger information on the London Underground
	+ Heath, Christian
	+ Luff, Paul
6. Users and designers in mutual activity: An analysis of cooperative activities in systems design
	+ Bødker, Susanne
	+ Grønbæk, Kaj
7. System disturbances as springboard for development of operators' expertise
	+ Norros, Leena
8. Expert and novice differences in cognition and activity: A practical work activity
	+ Laufer, Edith A.
	+ Glick, Joseph
9. The tensions of judging: Handling cases of driving under the influence of alcohol in Finland and California
	+ Engestrom, Yrjo
10. Talking work: Argument, common knowledge, and improvisation in teamwork
	+ Middleton, David
11. The collective construction of scientific genius
	+ Mukerji, Chandra
12. Experience and the collective nature of skill
	+ Shaiken, Harley
13. Working together: Symbolic interactionism, activity theory, and information systems
	+ Star, Susan Leigh
14. On the ethnography of cooperative work
	+ Raeithel, Arne

Bookmark: E.Day.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computer, Communication and Mental Models
Editor: Day, Donald L.
Editor: Kovacs, Diane K.
Date: 1996
Pages: 96
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7484-0543-7
Contents:
Preface: Computerised tools as intermediaries in the communication of mental maps
1: The Communication Process
	1. Human-computer-human interaction: how computers affect interpersonal communication
		+ Fuller, Rodney
	2. Designing for cognitive communication: epistemic fidelity or mediating collaborative inquiry?
		+ Roschelle, Jeremy
	3. Computer-mediated interpersonal communication: the HCHI approach
		+ Balint, Lajos
2: Knowledge Representation
	4. Mapping the mapper John Wood
		+ Taylor, Paul
	5. Mapping spatial cognition with computers
		+ Moose, Phil
		+ Stueland, Teri
		+ Kern, Krista
		+ Gentry, Tom
3: Cooperative Work
	6. The world view of collaborative tools
		+ Mandviwalla, Munir
	7. Computer-based simulation models for problem-solving: communicating problem understandings
		+ Paul, Ray
		+ Thomas, Peter
	8. The effects of combining interactive graphics and text in computer-mediated small group decision-making
		+ Toth, Jozsef
Postscript: A convergence of disciplines

Bookmark: E.Nardi.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Context and Consciousness: Activity Theory and Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Nardi, Bonnie A.
Date: 1996
Pages: 376
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-14058-6
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Contents:
Preface
1. Activity Theory and Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Nardi, Bonnie A.
2. Activity Theory as a Potential Framework for Human-Computer Interaction Research
	+ Kuutti, Kari
3. Computer-Mediated Activity: Functional Organs in Social and Developmental Contexts
	+ Kaptelinin, Victor
4. Studying Context: A Comparison of Activity Theory, Situated Action Models, and Distributed Cognition
	+ Nardi, Bonnie A.
5. Activity Theory: Implications for Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Kaptelinin, Victor
6. Designing Educational Technology: Computer-Mediated Change
	+ Bellamy, R. K. E.
7. Applying Activity Theory to Video Analysis: How to Make Sense of Video Data in HCI
	+ Bødker, Susanne
8. Tamed by a Rose: Computers as Tools in Human Activity
	+ Christiansen, Ellen
9. Joint Attention and Co-Construction of Tasks: New Ways to Foster User-Designer Collaboration
	+ Raeithel, Arne
	+ Velichkovsky, Boris M.
10. Some Reflections on the Application of Activity Theory
	+ Nardi, Bonnie A.
11. Activity Theory and the View from Somewhere: Team Perspectives on the Intellectual Work of Programming
	+ Holland, Dorothy
	+ Reeves, James R.
12. Developing Activity Theory: The Zone of Proximal Development and Beyond
	+ Zinchenko, Vladimir P.
13. Mundane Tool or Object of Affection? The Rise and Fall of the Postal Buddy
	+ Engestrom, Yrjo
	+ Escalante, Virginia
14. Epilogue
	+ Nardi, Bonnie A.

Bookmark: E.Gram.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Design Principles for Interactive Software
Editor: Gram, Christian
Editor: Cockton, Gilbert
Date: 1996
Pages: 248
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Standard number: ISBN: 0-41272470-7
Contents:
Preface
1. The Context of Interactive Systems Development
2. External Properties: the User's Perspective
3. Internal Properties: The Software Developer's Perspective
4. Software Architecture Models
5. Tools and Materials
6. Example: Interface for Air Traffic Controllers
7. Conclusions
Appendix A Glossary
Appendix B Summary Tables

Bookmark: E.Moran.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Design Rationale: Concepts, Techniques, and Use
Series Title: Computers, Cognition, and Work
Editor: Moran, Thomas P.
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 1996
Pages: 496
City: Mahwah, New Jersey
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-1567-8 (paper) 0-8058-1566-X (cloth)
Contents:
Overview of Design Rationale
	+ Moran, Thomas P.
	+ Carroll, John M.
Part I: Different Perspectives of Design Rationale
	What's in Design Rationale?
		+ Lee, Jintae
		+ Lai, Kum-Yew
	Questions, Options, and Criteria: Elements of Design Space Analysis
		+ MacLean, Allan
		+ Young, Robert M.
		+ Bellotti, Victoria M. E.
		+ Moran, Thomas P.
	Deliberated Evolution: Stalking the View Matcher in Design Space
		+ Carroll, John M.
		+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	Problem-Centered Design for Expressiveness and Facility in a Graphical Programming System
		+ Lewis, Clayton
		+ Rieman, John
		+ Bell, B.
Part II: Empirical Studies of Design Rationale
	Analyzing the Usability of a Design Rationale Notation
		+ Shum, Simon Buckingham
	The Structure of Activity During Design Meetings
		+ Olson, Gary M.
		+ Olson, Judith S.
		+ Storrosten, M.
		+ Carter, M.
		+ Herbsleb, J.
		+ Rueter, H.
	Synthesis by Analysis: Five Modes of Reasoning that Guide Design
		+ Singley, Mark K.
		+ Carroll, John M.
Part III: Design Rationale Tools in Design Practice
	Making Argumentation Serve Design
		+ Fischer, Gerhard
		+ Lemke, A. C.
		+ McCall, R.
		+ Morch, Anders I.
	Supporting Software Design: Integrating Design Methods and Design Rationale
	Generative Design Rationale: Beyond the Record and Replay Paradigm
		+ Potts, C.
		+ Gruber, T. R.
		+ Russell, D. M.
Part IV: Using Design Rationale for Teaching
	Rationale in Practice: Templates for Capturing and Applying Design Experience
		+ Casaday, G.
	HCI Design Rationale as a Learning Resource
		+ Carey, Tom
		+ McKerlie, D.
		+ Wilson, J.
Part V: Design Rationale in Organizational Context
	A Process-Oriented Approach to Design Rationale
		+ Conklin, E. J.
		+ Burgess-Yakemovic, K-C.
	Organizational Innovation and the Articulation of the Design Space
		+ Sharrock, W.
		+ Anderson, R.
	Evaluating Opportunities for Design Capture
		+ Grudin, Jonathan

Bookmark: E.Sutcliffe.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Domain Knowledge for Interactive System Design
Series Title: International Federation for Information Processing: Volume 56
Editor: Sutcliffe, A. G.
Editor: van Assche, Frans
Editor: Benyon, David
Date: 1996
Pages: 288
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-412-78180-8
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-412-78180-8
Contents:
Ecological studies of domain modelling
Process views of domain engineering
Role of domains in knowledge engineering
Domain modelling for user system interfaces
Formal approaches

Bookmark: E.Unger.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Engineering for HCI
Series Title: International Federation for Information Processing: Volume 45
Editor: Unger, Claus
Editor: Bass, Leonard J.
Date: 1996
Pages: 384
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-412-72180-5
Note: contains all papers presented at the Working Conference on Engineering for Human-Computer Interaction (EHCI'95)
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-412-72180-5
Contents:
Part One: New Technology
Part Two: Tools and techniques
Part Three: Formal methods
Part Four: Multi-user interface architectures and tools
Part Five: User interface design and Software engineering
Part Six: Mini-workshop reports

Bookmark: E.Wixon.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Field Methods Casebook for Software Design
Editor: Wixon, Dennis
Editor: Ramey, Judith
Date: 1996
Pages: 342
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-14967-5
Contents:
Introduction
1. Adaption of an Ethnographic Method for Investigation of the Task Domain in Diagnostic Radiology
	+ Ramey, Judith
	+ Rowberg, Alan H.
	+ Robinson, Carol
2. Using the CARD and PICTIVE Participatory Design Methods for Collaborative Analysis
	+ Muller, Michael J.
	+ Carr, Rebecca
3. The Ethnographic Interview in User-Centered Work/Task Analysis
	+ Wood, Larry E.
4. Changing the Rules: A Pragmatic Approach to Product Development
	+ Wixon, Dennis R.
	+ Pietras, Christine M.
	+ Huntwork, Paul K.
	+ Muzzey, Douglas W.
5. The Delta Method -- A Way to Introduce Usability
	+ Rantzer, Martin
6. Exploring the Design of a Sales Automation Workstation Using Field Research
	+ Graf, Robert C.
7. Organizational Considerations in Field-Oriented Product Development: Experiences of a Cross-Functional Team
	+ Rowley, David E.
8. A Day in the Life of a Family: An International Ethnographic Study
	+ Dray, Susan M.
	+ Mrazek, Deborah
9. The Challenges of User Based Design in a Medical Equipment Market
	+ Brown, Diane S.
10. "You've Got Three Days!" Case Studies in the Field Techniques for the Time-Challenged
	+ Bauersfeld, Kristin
	+ Halgren, Shannon
11. User-Centered Design in a Commercial Software Company
	+ Page, Stanley R.
12. Using Field-Oriented Design Techniques to Develop Consumer Software Products
	+ Juhl, Dianne
13. Using Contextual Inquiry to Discover Physicians' True Needs
	+ Coble, Janette M.
	+ Maffit, Judy S.
	+ Orland, Matthew J.
	+ Kahn, Michael G.
14. Bringing the Users' Work to Us: Usability Roundtables of Lotus Development
	+ Butler, Mary Beth
	+ Tahir, Marie
15. An Overview of Ethnography and System Design
	+ Ford, John M.
	+ Wood, Larry E.
16. Introduction to Participatory Design
	+ Namioka, Aki Helen
	+ Rao, Christopher
17. Contextual Design: Principles and Practice
	+ Holtzblatt, Karen
	+ Beyer, Hugh

Bookmark: E.GreenE.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Gendered by Design? Information Technology and Office Systems
Editor: Green, Eileen
Editor: Owes, Jenny
Editor: Pain, Den
Date: 1996
Pages: 224
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7484-0092-3 (paper) 0-7484-0091-5 (cloth)

Bookmark: E.Rada.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Groupware and Authoring
Editor: Rada, Roy
Date: 1996
Pages: 369
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-575005-6
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. A Review of Collaborative Authoring Tools
	+ Michailidis, Antonios
	+ Rada, Roy
3. Collaborative Authoring Dynamics
	+ Chen, Chaomei
	+ Rada, Roy
4. A Portrait of the Author as an Interacting Group
	+ Oravec, Jo Ann
5. Coordination and Reuse
	+ Rada, Roy
6. The Effectiveness of Simple Shared Electronic Workspaces
	+ Olson, Gary M.
	+ Olson, Judith S.
7. Computer-mediated Communication for Intellectual Teamwork: An Experiment in Group Writing
	+ Galegher, Jolene
	+ Kraut, Robert E.
8. Learning to Write Together
	+ Posner, Ilona
	+ Mitchell, Alex
	+ Baecker, Ronald
9. Flexible Diff-ing in a Collaborative Writing System
	+ Neuwirth, Christine M.
	+ Chandhok, Ravinder
	+ Kaufer, David S.
	+ Erion, Paul
	+ Morris, James
	+ Miller, Dale
10. Collaborative Writing with Synchronous and Asynchronous Support Environments
	+ Sasse, Martina Angela
	+ Handley, Mark James
11. Using Multimedia to Support Cooperative Editing
	+ Santos, A.
	+ Tritsch, B.
12. SEPIA: A Cooperative Hypermedia Authoring Environment
	+ Streitz, Norbert
	+ Haake, Jorg
	+ Hannemann, Jorg
	+ Lemke, Andreas
	+ Schuler, Wolfgang
	+ Schutt, Helge
	+ Thuring, Manfred
13. Structured and Distributed Cooperative Editing in a Large Scale Network
	+ Decouchant, Dominique
	+ Quint, Vincent
	+ Salcedo, Manuel Romero
14. A Three-Level Binding for Collaborative Editing Semantics
	+ Stotts, David
	+ Dewan, Prasun
	+ Munson, Jonathan
	+ Navon, Jaime
15. SAGE: A High Structure System for Helping Teams Find Wisdom (within themselves)
	+ Capron, Michael
	+ Desimone, Jacqueline
	+ Lacomis-Cote, Karen
16. Multimedia and Multi-party Desktop Conference System: MERMAID as Groupware Platform
	+ Sakata, Shiro
	+ Maeno, Kazutoshi
	+ Fukuoka, Hideyuki
	+ Abe, Toyoko
	+ Mizuno, Hiromi

Bookmark: E.Ntuen.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Interaction with Complex Systems: Conceptual Principles and Design Practice
Series Title: Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science: Volume 372
Editor: Ntuen, Celestine A.
Editor: Park, Eui H.
Date: 1996
Pages: 448
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7923-9779-7
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-7923-9779-7
Contents:
Part I: Human System Interaction
Part II: Human Factors And Decision Aiding
Part III: Systems Concepts
Part IV: Theoretical Issues and Design Principles

Bookmark: E.Rouet.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Hypertext and Cognition
Editor: Rouet, Jean-Francois
Editor: Levonen, Jarmo J.
Editor: Dillon, Andrew
Editor: Spiro, Rand J.
Date: 1996
Pages: 184
City: Mahwah, New Jersey
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-2144-9 (paper) 0-8058-2043-0 (cloth)
Contents:
La Maison Hypertext.
	+ Perfetti, C. A.
An Introduction to Hypertext and Cognition
	+ Rouet, Jean-Francois
	+ Levonen, Jarmo J.
	+ Dillon, Andrew
	+ Spiro, Rand J.
Studying and Learning With Hypertext: Empirical Studies and Their Implications.
	+ Rouet, Jean-Francois
	+ Levonen, Jarmo J.
Myths, Misconceptions, and an Alternative Perspective on Information Usage and the Electronic Medium.
	+ Dillon, Andrew
Using Hypertext to Study and Reason About Historical Evidence
	+ Britt, M. A.
	+ Rouet, Jean-Francois
	+ Perfetti, C. A.
Effects of Overview Structure on Study Strategies and Text Representations for Instructional Hypertext
	+ Dee-Lucas, D.
Comprehension, Coherence, and Strategies in Hypertext and Linear Text
	+ Foltz, Peter W.
Studying and Annotating Electronic Text
	+ van Oostendorp, H.
Notes on Hypertext, Cognition, and Language
	+ Esperet, E.
Text and Hypertext
	+ Perfetti, C. A.

Bookmark: E.delGaldo.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: International User Interfaces
Editor: del Galdo, Elisa
Editor: Nielsen, Jakob
Date: 1996
Pages: 276
City: New York
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-14965-9
Keywords: Internationalization Globalization Localization
Weblink: www.useit.com/jakob/intluibook.html
Contents:
Preface
Contributors
1. International Usability Engineering
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
2. Problems in Designing the User Interface for Systems Supporting International Human-Human Communication
	+ Connolly, John
3. Developing a Cultural Model
	+ Hoft, Nancy
4. Culture and Design
	+ del Galdo, Elisa M.
5. Cultural Learning Differences in Software User Training
	+ Krock, Eric
6. Impact of Culture on User Interface Design
	+ Ito, Masao
	+ Nakakoji, Kumiyo
7. Arabization of Graphical User Interfaces
	+ Amara, Fethi
	+ Portaneri, Franck
8. A Chinese Text Display Suported by an Algorithm for Chinese Segmentation
	+ Chen, Lei
	+ Jin, Wayning
9. Case Study: Managing a Multiple-Language Document System
	+ Copeland, Steven
10. The Design of Multilingual Documents
	+ del Galdo, Elisa M.
11. An Intelligent Lexical Management System for Multilingual Machine Translation
	+ Gao, Yong
12. A Day in the Life: Studying Context across Cultures
	+ Dray, Susan
	+ Mrazek, Deborah
13. Icon and Symbol Design Issues for Graphical User Interfaces
	+ Marcus, Aaron

Bookmark: E.Jordon.96
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Usability Evaluation in Industry
Editor: Jordan, Patrick W.
Editor: Thomas, Bruce
Editor: Weerdmeester, Bernard A.
Editor: McClelland, Ian
Date: 1996
Pages: 224
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 0-7484-0460-0 (paper) 0-7484-0314-0 (cloth)
Weblink: www.taylorandfrancis.com/BOOKS/Ergonomics/ueii.htm
Contents:
Introduction.
Part One: Elements of Usability.
	A Combined Effort in the Standardization to User Interface.
	Combining Data in the Evaluation of Product Usability.
Part Two:
	Selecting Evaluation Methods.
	Factors Affecting Methods and Techniques of Usability Evaluation.
	Information Ecologies, Experience and Ergonomics.
Part Three: Field Studies.
	Service Introduction and Evaluation.
	Observation as a Technique for Usability Evaluation.
	Field Based Prototyping.
Part Four:
	Informal Methods.
	Quick and Dirty Usability Tests.
	Effective Informal Methods.
Part Five: New Evaluation Methods.
	A Cost-Effective Methods for the "In the Field" Usability Evaluation.
	Private Camera Conversation: A New Methods for Eliciting User Responses.
Part Six:
	"Off the Shelf" Evaluation Methods.
	The Usability Checklist Approach Revisited.
	FACE: A Rapid Method for Evaluation User Interfaces.
Part Seven: Task Analysis.
	Hierarchical Task Analysis: An Overview.
	Task Analysis for Error Identification.
Part Eight: Issues Relating to Usability Evaluation.
	Performance Measurement and Ecological Evaluation.
	Seminar Discussions: Issues for Usability Evaluation in Industry.

Bookmark: E.Nyerges.95
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cognitive Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction for Geographic Information Systems
Series Title: NATO Science Series: d: Behavioural and Social Sciences: Volume 83
Editor: Nyerges, Timothy L.
Editor: Mark, David M.
Editor: Laurini, Robert
Editor: Egenhofer, Max J.
Date: 1995
Pages: 448
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-79233595-3
Note: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, March 20--25, 1994
Weblink: www.wkap.nl/prod/b/0-7923-3595-3
Contents:
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Spatial cognition and HCI for GIS
Section 3: User behavior
Section 4: User interfaces
Section 5: Cross-cultural influences
Section 6: Collaborative GIS - computer supported cooperative work
Section 7: Task analysis and design methodologies
Section 8: Research directions: reports from the discussion groups
Appendix: NATO Advanced Research Workshop Participants

Bookmark: E.Perlman.95
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction: Selections from the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society Annual Meetings 1983-1994
Editor: Perlman, Gary
Editor: Green, Georgia K.
Editor: Wogalter, Michael S.
Date: 1995
Number of Chapters: 79
Pages: 400
City: Santa Monica, California
Publisher: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
Standard number: ISBN: 0-945289-05-7, OCLC 33102135
Standard number: QA 76.9.H85H868 1995
Weblink: www.acm.org/perlman/hfeshci/

Bookmark: E.Rudisill.95
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human-Computer Interface Design: Success Stories, Emerging Methods, and Real-World Context
Editor: Rudisill, Marianne
Editor: Lewis, Clayton
Editor: Polson, Peter G.
Editor: McKay, Tim
Date: 1995
Pages: 408
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-310-7, OCLC 32625632
Contents:
Preface
Usability for Fun and Profit: A Case Study of the Design of DEC Rally Version 2
	+ Wixon, Dennis
	+ Jones, Sandy
Rapid, Integrated Design of a Multimedia Communication System
	+ Francik, Ellen
The Xerox Star: An Influential User Interface Design
	+ Miller, Lawrence H.
	+ Johnson, Jeff
Project Ernestine: Analytic and Empirical Methods Applied to a Real-World CHI Problem
	+ Atwood, Michael E.
	+ Gray, Wayne D.
	+ John, Bonnie E.
Pioneers and Settlers: Methods Used in Successful User Interface Design
	+ Card, Stuart K.
Improving User Interfaces and Application Productivity by Using the ITS Application Development Environment
	+ Gould, John D.
	+ Ukelson, Jacob
	+ Boies, Stephen J.
Lessons in Choosing Methods for Designing Complex Graphical User Interfaces
	+ Rudman, Carrie
	+ Engelbeck, George
Getting Around the Task-Artifact Cycle: How to Make Claims and Design by Scenario
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
Mapping the Method Muddle: Guidance in Using Methods for User Interface Design
	+ Olson, Judith S.
	+ Moran, Thomas P.
Organizational Obstacles to Interface Design and Development: Two Participant Observer Studies
	+ Poltrock, Steven E.
	+ Grudin, Jonathan
System Design Practice, Emerging Development Acceleration Strategies, and the Role of User-Centered Design
	+ Ritchie, R. Jay
	+ List, Judith A.
Bringing Usability Effectively into Product Development
	+ Conklin, Peter F.
Accepting the Challenge
	+ Bennett, John L.
Respect and Beyond
	+ Lewis, Clayton
	+ Polson, Peter

Bookmark: E.Baecker.95
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Readings in Human-Computer Interaction: Toward the Year 2000
Editor: Baecker, Ronald M.
Editor: Grudin, Jonathan
Editor: Buxton, William A. S.
Editor: Greenberg, Saul
Date: 1995
Pages: 900
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-246-1; OCLC 32235999
Note: Second Edition
Contents:
I. INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
	Case A Iterative Design of an Information Kiosk
	1. A Historical and Intellectual Perspective
	Case B The Emergence of Graphical User Interfaces
II. THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS
	2. Design and Evaluation
	3. Considering Work Contexts in Design
	4. Software Development Contexts
	5. Development Tools
III. INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS
	6. Vision, Graphic Design, and Visual Display
	7. Touch, Gesture, and Marking
	8. Speech, Language, and Audition
IV. PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN FACTORS
	9. Human Information Processing
	10. Designing to Fit Human Capabilities
V. RESEARCH FRONTIERS IN HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
	11. Groupware and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
	12. From Customizable Systems to Intelligent Agents
	13. Hypertext and Multimedia
	Case C A Multimedia Communication System
	14. Cyberspace

Bookmark: E.Carroll.95
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Scenario-Based Design: Envisioning Work and Technology in System Development
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 1995
Pages: 408
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-07659-7
Contents:
Itroduction: The Scenario Perspective on System Development
	+ Carroll, John M.
1. Work Processes: Scenarios as a Preliminary Vocabulary
	+ Kuutti, K.
2. Notes on Design Practice: Stories and Prototypes as Catalysts for Communication
	+ Erickson, Tom
3. Scenarios in Discount Usability Engineering
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
4. Creating Contexts for Design
	+ Kyng, M.
5. Scenario Use in the Design of a Speech Recognition System
	+ Karat, John
6. Bifocal Tools for Scenarios and Representations in Participatory Activities with Users
	+ Muller, Michael
	+ Tudor, L. G.
	+ Wildman, D. M.
	+ White, E. A.
	+ Root, Robert W.
	+ Dayton, T.
	+ Carr, R.
	+ Diekmann, B.
	+ Dykstra-Erickson, E.
7. Usage Representations for Reuse of Design Insights: A Case Study of Access to On-Line Books
	+ Carey, T.
	+ Rusli, M.
8. Design Space Analysis and Use Representations
	+ MacLean, Allan
	+ McKerlie, D.
9. Rapid Prototyping of User Interfaces Driven by Task Models
	+ Johnson, P.
	+ Johnson, H.
	+ Wilson, S.
10. Narrowing the Specification-Implementation Gap in Scenario-Based Design
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Carroll, John M.
11. Generating Object-Oriented Design Representations via Scenario Queries
	+ Robertson, S. P.
12. The Use-Case Construct in Object-Oriented Software Engineering
	+ Jacobson, I.
13. Designing Objects and Their Interactions: A Brief Look at Responsibility-Driven Design
	+ Wirfs-Brock, R.
14. Discussion: Scenarios as Engines of Design
	+ Mack, Robert L.
15. Some Reflections on Scenarios
	+ Nardi, Bonnie A.

Bookmark: E.Bias.94
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cost-Justifying Usability
Editor: Bias, Randolph G.
Editor: Mayhew, Deborah J.
Date: 1994
Number of Chapters: 14
Pages: 334
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-095810-4, OCLC
Contents:
I. A FRAMEWORK
1. Wherefore Cost Justification of Usability: Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later -- But How Much? (3)
	+ Bias, Randolph G.
2. A Basic Framework for Cost-Justifying Usability Engineering (9)
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
	+ Mantei, Marilyn
3. A Business Case Approach to Usability Cost Justification (45)
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
II. APPROACHES TO COST-JUSTIFYING USABILITY (71)
4. Cost Justification of Usability Engineering: A Vendor's Perspective (73)
	+ Ehrlich, Kate
	+ Rohn, Janice Anne
5. Human Factors Cost Justification of an Internal Development Project (111)
	+ Dray, Susan M.
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
6. Cost-Justifying Usability in a Contractor Company (123)
	+ Mauro, Charles L.
PART III. CASE STUDIES (143)
7. UPAR Analysis: Dollar Measurement of a Usability Indicator for Software Products (145)
	+ Cox, Mary E.
	+ O'Neal, Paige
	+ Pendley, Wayne L.
8. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Upgrading Computer Hardware (159)
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
9. Reuse: A Case Study on Cost-Benefit of Adopting a Common Software Development Tool (177)
	+ Aykin, Nuray
10. Design of a Human Factors Cost-Justification Tool (203)
	+ Harrison, Mary C.
	+ Henneman, Richard L.
	+ Blatt, Louis A.
IV. SPECIAL ISSUES (243)
11. Guerrilla HCI: Using Discount Usability Engineering to Penetrate the Intimidation Barrier (245)
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
12. Justifying Prepaid Human Factors for User Interfaces (273)
	+ Brooks, Ruven
13. Organizational Inhibitors and Facilitators (287)
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
	+ Bias, Randolph G.
14. Summary: A Place at the Table (319)
	+ Bias, Randolph G.
	+ Mayhew, Deborah J.
Index (327-334)

Bookmark: E.Wogalter.94
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human factors perspectives on warnings : selections from Human Factors and Ergonomics Society annual meetings, 1980-1993
Editor: Laughery, Kenneth R.
Editor: Wogalter, Michael S.
Editor: Young, Stephen L.
Date: 1994
Pages: 282
Publisher: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
Standard number: ISBN: 0-945289-02-2, OCLC 30701032

Bookmark: E.Nielsen.94
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Usability Inspection Methods
Editor: Nielsen, Jakob
Editor: Mack, Robert L.
Date: 1994
Number of Chapters: 14
Pages: 413
City: New York
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-01877-5, OCLC
Weblink: www.useit.com/jakob/inspectbook.html
Contents:
1. Executive Summary (1)
	+ Mack, Robert L.
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
2. Heuristic Evaluation (25)
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
3. The Pluralistic Usability Walkthrough: Coordinated Empathies (63)
	+ Bias, Randolph G.
4. Inspections and Design Reviews: Framework, History, and Reflection (77)
	+ Wixon, Dennis
	+ Jones, Sandra
	+ Tse, Linda
	+ Casaday, George
5. The Cognitive Walkthrough Method: A Practitioner's Guide (105)
	+ Wharton, Cathleen
	+ Rieman, John
	+ Lewis, Clayton
	+ Polson, Peter
6. Formal Usability Inspections (141)
	+ Kahn, Michael J.
	+ Prail, Amanda
7. Faster, Cheaper!! Are Usability Inspection Methods as Effective as Empirical Testing? (173)
	+ Desurvire, Heather W.
8. A Comparison of User Interface Evaluation Methods (203)
	+ Karat, Clare-Marie
9. Evaluating High-Level Design: Synergistic Use of Inspection and Usability Methods for Evaluating Early Software Designs (235)
	+ Bradford, Janice S.
10. Adding Value to Usability Testing (255)
	+ Brooks, Patricia
11. Usability Problem Reports: Helping Evaluators Communicate Effectively with Developers (273)
	+ Jeffries, Robin
12. Observing, Predicting, and Analyzing Usability Problems (295)
	+ Mack, Robert
	+ Montaniz, Frank
13. The Role of Psychological Theory in Usability Inspection Methods (341)
	+ Wharton, Cathleen
	+ Lewis, Clayton
14. Interface Design Guidance Systems (351)
	+ Blatt, Louis A.
	+ Knutson, James F.
Bibliography (385)
Author Index (401)
Subject Index (407)

Bookmark: E.Wiklund.94
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Usability in Practice: How Companies Develop User-Friendly Products
Editor: Wiklund, Michael E.
Date: 1994
Number of Chapters: 18
Pages: 609
City: Boston, Mass.
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-751250-0, OCLC
Contents:
1. Introduction (1)
	+ Wiklund, Michael E.
2. Making Usability a Kodak Product Differentiator (21)
	+ Caplan, Stanley H.
3. Behavioral and Emotional Usability: Thompson Consumer Electronics (59)
	+ Logan, Robert J.
4. User-Aided Design at Apple Computer (83)
	+ Gomoll, Tom
	+ Wong, Irene
5. The Human Factors Group at Compaq Computer Corporation (111)
	+ Purvis, Cynthia J. Joe
	+ Czerwinski, Mary
	+ Weiler, Paul
6. Evolution of Usability at Digital Equipment Corporation (147)
	+ Wixon, Dennis R.
	+ Comstock, Elizabeth M
7. Hewlett-Packard's Usability Engineering Program (195)
	+ Rideout, Tom
	+ Lundell, Jay
8. Usability in 3D: Silicon Graphics, Inc. (227)
	+ Wichansky, Anna M.
	+ Mohageg, Michael F.
9. Usability at Borland: Building Best of Breed Products (261)
	+ Rosenberg, Daniel
	+ Friedland, Liam
10. Usability Engineering for Lotus 1-2-3 Release 4 (293)
	+ Butler, Mary Beth
	+ Ehrlich, Kate
11. The Microsoft Corporation Usability Group (327)
	+ Dieli, Mary
	+ Dye, Ken
	+ McClintock, Marshall
	+ Simpson, Mark
12. American Airlines (359)
	+ James, Janice S.
13. Usability Engineering at Dun & Bradstreet Software (389)
	+ Wilson, Chauncey E.
	+ Loring, Beth A.
	+ Conte, Len
	+ Stanley, Karen
14. Interchange, An Online Service for People with Special Interests (427)
	+ Perkins, Ron
	+ Rollert, David
15. The Evolution of Broadband Work in Ameritech's Customer Interface Systems and Human Factors Department (457)
	+ Lund, Arnold. M.
16. Bellcore's User-Centered Design Approach (489)
	+ Salasoo, Aita
	+ White, Ellen A.
	+ Dayton, Tom
	+ Burkhart, Brenda J.
	+ Root, Robert W.
17. GE Information Services (517)
	+ Stimart, Reynold P.
18. GTE Laboratories Incorporated: The Evolution of Usability Within New Service Design (559)
	+ Virzi, Robert A.
	+ Sorce, James F.
Resources (591)
Index (599-609)

Bookmark: E.Roe.94
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Voice Communication Between Humans and Machines
Editor: Roe, David B.
Editor: Wilpon, Jay G.
Date: 1994
Pages: 548
Publisher: National Academy Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-30904988-1
Contents:
Dedication
Voice Communication Between Humans and Machines -- An Introduction
	+ Rabiner, Lawrence R.
Scientific Bases of Human-Machine Communication by Voice
	+ Schafer, Ronald W.
The Role of Voice in Human-Machine Communication
	+ Cohen, Philip R.
	+ Oviatt, Sharon L.
Speech Communication -- An Overview
	+ Flanagan, James L.
Computer Speech Synthesis: Its Status and Prospects
	+ Liberman, Mark
Models of Speech Synthesis
	+ Carlson, Rolf
Linguistic Aspects of Speech Synthesis
	+ Allen, Jonathan
Speech Recognition Technology: A Critique
	+ Levinson, Stephen E.
State of the Art in Continuous Speech Recognition
	+ Makhoul, John
	+ Schwartz, Richard
Training and Search Methods for Speech Recognition
	+ Jelinek, Frederick
The Roles of Language Processing in a Spoken Language Interface
	+ Hirschman, Lynette
Models of Natural Language Understanding
	+ Bates, Madeleine
Integration of Speech with Natural Language Understanding
	+ Moore, Robert C.
A Perspective on Early Commercial Applications of Voice-Processing Technology for Telecommunications and Aids for the Handicapped
	+ Seelbach, Chris
Applications of Voice-Processing Technology in Telecommunications
	+ Wilpon, Jay G.
Speech Processing for Physical and Sensory Disabilities
	+ Levitt, Harry
Commercial Applications of Speech Interface Technology: An Industry at the Threshold
	+ Oberteuffer, John A.
Military and Government Applications of Human-Machine Communication by Voice
	+ Weinstein, Clifford J.
Deployment of Human-Machine Dialogue Systems
	+ Roe, David B.
What Does Voice-Processing Technology Support Today?
	+ Nakatsu, Ryohei
	+ Suzuki, Yoshitake
User Interfaces for Voice Applications
	+ Kamm, Candace
Speech Technology in the Year 2001
	+ Levinson, Stephen E.
	+ Fallside, Frank
Toward the Ultimate Synthesis/Recognition System
	+ Furui, Sadaoki
Speech Technology in 2001: New Research Directions
	+ Atal, Bishnu S.
New Trends in Natural Language Processing: Statistical Natural Language Processing
	+ Marcus, Mitchell
The Future of Voice-Processing Technology in the World of Computers and Communications
	+ Kato, Yasuo

Bookmark: E.Preece.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: A Guide to Usability: Human Factors in Computing
Editor: Preece, Jenny
Editor: Benyon, David
Editor: Davies, Gordon
Editor: Keller, Laurie
Editor: Rogers, Yvonne
Date: 1993
Pages: 144
City: Wokingham, England
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing
Standard number: ISBN: 0-201-62768-X, OCLC 28142651
Contents:
About this Guide
1	Introduction to HCI
	1.1	What is HCI?
	1.2	Why HCI is Important
	1.3	The Scope of HCI
	1.4	The Contributors to HCI
2	The Human Element: Applying Psychology
	2.1	Why Apply Psychology?
	2.2	What is Cognitive Psychology?
	2.3	Organizational and Social Aspects
	2.4	How to Apply Psychology
3	System Development and HCI
	3.1	System Development Life-Cycle
	3.2	Modern Approaches to System Development
	3.3	Early Design Stages
	3.4	Later Design Stages
	3.5	The Relationships between Methods
	3.6	Guidelines and Standards
4	System and Interface Features
	4.1	Input
	4.2	Output
	4.3	Screen Design
	4.4	Communication Styles
	4.5	User Support
	4.6	Types of System
5	Software Tools and Prototyping
	5.1	The Need for Software Tools
	5.2	General Purpose Tools
	5.3	Integrated Environments
	5.4	Prototyping
6	Evaluation
	6.1	What is Evaluation?
	6.2	When to do Evaluation
	6.3	Methods, Techniques and Tools
	6.4	Which Method and When?
	6.5	Two Approaches to Evaluation: Usability Engineering and Contextual Inquiry
7	Future Trends
Glossary
References and Further Reading
Acknowledgements
Index

Bookmark: E.Schneider.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Adaptive User Interfaces
Editor: Schneider-Hufschmidt, M.
Editor: Kuhme, T.
Editor: Malinowski, U.
Date: 1993
Pages: 362
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-81545-7
Contents:
Introduction
Part I: Setting the Stage
Part II: Modelling Users, Tasks, and Dialogs
Part III: Prototypes and Systems
Part IV: Evaluation
Discussion Results

Bookmark: E.Hartson.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Advances in Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Hartson, H. Rex
Editor: Hix, Deborah
Date: 1993
Volume: 3
Number of Chapters: 8
Pages: 304
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-751-6; ISSN: 0748-8602
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/hartson/hci3.htm
Contents:
1	A New Era for High Precision Touchscreens (1-33)
	+ Sears, Andrew
	+ Plaisant, Catherine
	+ Shneiderman, Ben
2	The User Interface: The Poor Relation in Structured Methods (34-68)
	+ Browne, Dermot P.
	+ Summersgill, Robert
	+ Stradling, Phil
3	Evaluating the Thinking Aloud Technique for Use by Computer Scientists (69-82)
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
4	Where East Meets West: Bridging the Gap between Anthropology and Computer Science (83-104)
	+ Wagner, Richard A.
	+ Levinson, David
	+ Jank, David
5	Designing a Scholars' Electronic Library: The Interaction of Human Factors and Computer Science Tasks (105-142)
	+ Lindeman, Martha J.
	+ Crabb, J. Charles
	+ Bonneau, John R.
	+ Wehrli, Vera Fosnot
6	Hypermedia: Design for Browsing (143-183)
	+ Glenn, Bernice T.
	+ Chignell, Mark H.
7	User Support: Considerations, Features, and Issues (184-228)
	+ Lee, Alison
8	ITS Tools for Application Development (229-276)
	+ Boies, Stephen J.
	+ Bennett, William E.
	+ Gould, John D.
	+ Greene, Sharon L.
	+ Wiecha, Charles

Bookmark: E.Hartson.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Advances in Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Hartson, H. Rex
Editor: Hix, Deborah
Date: 1993
Volume: 4
Number of Chapters: 8
Pages: 304
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-934-9; ISSN: 0748-8602
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/hartson/hci4.htm
Contents:
1	Sequential Experimentation in Human-Computer Interface Design (1-30)
	+ Williges, Robert C.
	+ Williges, Beverly H.
	+ Han, Sung H.
2	Extending the Task-Artifact Framework: Scenario-Based Design of Smalltalk Applications (31-57)
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
	+ Carroll, John M.
3	User Modeling as Machine Identification: New Design Methods for HCI (58-86)
	+ Thimbleby, Harold
	+ Witten, Ian H.
4	Supporting Design Rationales in User Interface Toolkits (87-109)
	+ Carey, Tom
	+ Spall, Roger
5	State of the Art in User Interface Software Tools (110-150)
	+ Myers, Brad A.
6	Eye-Movement-Based Human-Computer Interaction Techniques: Toward Non-Command Interfaces (151-190)
	+ Jacob, Robert J. K.
7	Recognition-Based User Interfaces (191-250)
	+ Rhyne, James R.
	+ Wolf, Catherine G.
8	From Desktop Audio to Mobile Access: Opportunities for Voice in Computing (251-284)
	+ Schmandt, Christopher

Bookmark: E.Medyckyi.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors in Geographical Information Systems
Editor: Medyckyj-Scott, David
Editor: Hearnshaw, Hilary M.
Date: 1993
Pages: 288
City: London, UK
Publisher: Belhaven Press
Standard number: ISBN: 1-85293-262-7
Contents:
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION
The Use of Geographical Information System: The User Interface is the System
	+ Frank, Andrew U.
The Relevance of Human Factors to Geographical Information Systems
	+ Turk, Andrew
SECTION 2: THE GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM USER
How do People Use Geographical Information Systems?
	+ Nyerges, Timothy L.
Human Spatial Cognition
	+ Mark, David M.
Navigation and Wayfinding in Information Systems
	+ Blades, Mark
Learning to Use a Geographical Information System
	+ Hearnshaw, Hilary M.
	+ Lilly, Eli
SECTION 3: HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION IN GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Designing Geographical Information Systems for Use
	+ Medyckyj-Scott, David J.
Two Views of the User Interface
	+ Gould, Michael D.
Interacting with Maps
	+ Wood, Michael
Querying a Geographical Information System
	+ Egenhofer, Max J.
	+ Herring, John R.
Visualisation and Hypermedia in Geographical Information Systems
	+ Buttenfield, Barbara P.
	+ Weber, Christopher R.
Human Factors Considerations in Vehicle Navigation Aids
	+ Alm, Hakan
Spatial Information Systems for Decision Support
	+ Copas, Conn V.
SECTION 4: GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN THE WORKPLACE
Geographical Information System Hardware Design
	+ Parker, Nick
Geographical Information System Workplace Design
	+ Oborne, David J.
SECTION 5: ORGANISATIONAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES
Planning for Change: Introducing a Geographical Information System
	+ Eason, Ken D.
The Organisational Politics of Technological Change
	+ Buchanan, David A.
Culture, Change, Incorporation and Geographical Information Systems
	+ Benwell, George L.
SECTION 6: CONCLUDING REMARKS
The Way Forward
	+ Hearnshaw, Hilary M.
	+ Medyckyj-Scott, David J.
Useful Sources of Information
	+ Davies, Clare

Bookmark: E.Carey.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors in Information Systems: Emerging Theoretical Bases
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Carey, Jane M.
Date: 1993
Pages: 320
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-940-3 (cloth); 1-56750-027-7 (paper); LC QA76.9.H85
Note: Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium, 1991-10-17/18, Norman, Oklahoma
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/carey/inform1.htm
Contents:
Human Factors Information Systems: A Position Treatise
Human Factors in Management Information Systems: A Taxonomy
Transactional Use Interfaces
User Interface Design: A Methodology for the Comparative Study of Spreadsheet and Financial Modeling Programs
An Empirical Evaluation of Word Processing Task Performance Using Different Menu Styles
The Supplanting Function of Color in Human Information Processing
A Cognitive Approach to the Influence of Graphics on Information Presentation
Program Structure vs. Knowledge Structure: The Impact of Education on Program Debugging Skill
Integrating Human Factors into the Information Systems Curriculum
A User-Based Approach to Online Help for Word Processing
Integrating Related Documentation Manuals Through Hypertext
An Evaluation of Human Factors Research in Decision Support: Observations and Recommendations
The Evaluation of Usability in Interactive Information Systems
User Satisfaction with Information Systems: A Research Framework
User Learning and Decision Making: An Evaluation of Expert System Explanation Facilities
Experimental Analysis of Database Record Formats: Some Effects of Format Complexity and Grouping on User Performance
Development of a Tool for Measuring the User Friendliness of Software: The Case of Managers Learning to Use Lotus 123
Flow in Human-Computer Interactions: Test of a Model
Organizational Implications of Local Area Network Systems: A Sociotechnical Perspective
Towards a Social Engineering of Social Technologies
Human Values and the Future of Technology

Bookmark: E.Maybury.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces
Editor: Maybury, Mark T.
Date: 1993
Number of Chapters: 15
Pages: 405
Publisher: AAAI/MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-63150-4 MAYIP
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Absract: Multimedia communication is ubiquitous in daily life. When we converse with one another, we utilize a wide array of media to interact including spoken language, gestures, and drawings. We exploit multiple human sensory systems or modes of communication including vision, audition, and taction. Some media and modes of communication are more efficient or effective than others for certain tasks, users, or contexts (e.g., the use of speech to control devices in hand and eyes-busy contexts, the use of maps to convey terrain and cartographic information). Whereas humans have a natural facility for managing and exploiting multiple input and output media, computers do not. Consequently, providing machines with the ability to interpret multimedia input and generate multimedia output would be a valuable facility for a number of key applications such as information retrieval and analysis, training, and decision support. This book focuses specifically on those intelligent interfaces that exploit multiple media and modes to facilitate human-computer communication. This edited collection, with contributions from North American and Europe, will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in computer science, artificial intelligence, human computer interaction, cognitive science, and graphic design.

Bookmark: E.Schuler.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Participatory Design: Principles and Practices
Editor: Schuler, Douglas
Editor: Namioka, Aki
Date: 1993
Pages: 312
City: Mahwah, New Jersey
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-9052-X (paper) 0-8058-9051-1 (cloth)

Bookmark: E.Baecker.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Readings in Groupware and Computer Supported Cooperative Work: Assisting Human-Human Collaboration
Editor: Baecker, Ronald M.
Date: 1993
Pages: 882
City: Mountain View, CA
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 1-55860-241-0; OCLC 27108433
Contents:
PART I: INTRODUCTION (1)
1.	Introduction to Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (7)
2.	The Adoption, Deployment, and Use of Groupware (67)
PART II: BEHAVIORAL FOUNDATIONS AND ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES (107)
3.	Human Behavior in Groups and Organizations (109)
4.	Groupware Design and Evaluation Methodologies (187)
5.	Case Studies of Cooperative Work (235)
6.	Enabling Technologies and Theories (329)
PART III: ASYNCHRONOUS GROUPWARE (397)
7.	Electronic Mail and Computer Conferencing (399)
8.	Structured Messages, Agents, and Workflows (457)
9.	Cooperative Hypertext and Organizational Memory (519)
PART IV: SYNCHRONOUS GROUPWARE (581)
10.	Desktop Conferencing (583)
11.	System and Language Support for Desktop Conferencing (633)
12.	Electronic Meeting and Decision Rooms (691)
13.	Media Spaces (775)
PART V: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS (849)
14.	The Future of Groupware for CSCW (851)
REFERENCES (855)
INDEX (873)

Bookmark: E.Shneiderman.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Sparks of Innovation in Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Shneiderman, Ben
Date: 1993
Pages: 400
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 1-56750-078-1 (Cloth); 1-56750-079-X (Paper)
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/shneider/sparks.htm
Contents:
Preface
Overview: Fuel for a New Discipline
Introduction: Supporting the Process of Innovation
1.  Direct manipulation
	1.1  Direct manipulation: a step beyond programming languages,
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	1.2  A study of file manipulation by novices using commands vs. direct manipulation
		+ Margono, Sepeedeh
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	1.3  Remote direct manipulation: a case study of a telemedicine workstation
		+ Keil-Slawik, Richard
		+ Plaisant, Catherine
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
2.  Menu selection
	2.1  Embedded menus: selecting items in context
		+ Koved, Larry
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	2.2  An empirical comparison of pie vs. linear menus
		+ Callahan, Jack
		+ Hopkins, Don
		+ Weiser, Mark
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	2.3  Time stress effects on two menu selection systems
		+ Wallace, Daniel F.
		+ Anderson, Nancy S.
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
3.  Hypertext
	3.1  Finding facts vs. browsing knowledge in hypertext systems
		+ Marchionini, Gary
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	3.2  Restructuring knowledge for an electronic encyclopedia
		+ Kreitzberg, Charles B.
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	3.3  The Electronic Teaching Theater: interactive hypermedia & mental models of the classroom
		+ Norman, Kent L.
4.  Touchscreens
	4.1  Improving the accuracy of touchscreens: an experimental evaluation of three strategies
		+ Potter, Richard L.
		+ Weldon, Linda J.
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	4.2  High precision touchscreens: design strategies and comparisons with a mouse
		+ Sears, Andrew
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	4.3  Touchscreens now offer compelling uses
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	4.4  Touchscreen interfaces for alphanumeric data entry
		+ Plaisant, Catherine
		+ Sears, Andrew
	4.5  Scheduling home control devices: a case study of the transition from the research project to a product
		+ Plaisant, Catherine
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
		+ Battaglia, Jim
5.  Public access
	5.1  Guide to Opportunities in Volunteer Archaeology: case study on the use of a hypertext system, in a museum exhibit
		+ Plaisant, Catherine
	5.2  Evaluating three museum installations of a hypertext system
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
		+ Brethauer, Dorothy
		+ Plaisant, Catherine
		+ Potter, Richard
	5.3  ACCESS at the Library of Congress
		+ Marchionini, Gary
		+ Ashley, Maryle
		+ Korzendorfer, Lois
	5.4  User interface consistency: an evaluation of original and revised interfaces for a videodisk library
		+ Chimera, Richard
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
6.  Information visualization: dynamic queries, treemaps, and the filter/flow metaphor
	6.1  Dynamic Queries for information exploration: an implementation and evaluation
		+ Ahlberg, Christopher
		+ Williamson, Christopher
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	6.2  The Dynamic HomeFinder: evaluating Dynamic Queries in a real-estate information exploration system
		+ Williamson, Christopher
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	6.3  Treemaps: a space-filling approach to the visualization of hierarchical information structures
		+ Johnson, Brian
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
7.  Essays and explorations
	7.1  A nonanthropomorphic style guide: overcoming the Humpty Dumpty syndrome
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	7.2  Human values and the future of technology: a declaration of responsibility
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	7.3  Engagement and construction: educational strategies for the post-TV era
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	7.4  Protecting rights in user interface designs
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
	7.5  Declaration in Apple vs. Microsoft/Hewlett-Packard
		+ Shneiderman, Ben
Appendix-HCIL publications
Appendix-videos

Bookmark: E.Landow.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Digital Word: Text-Based Computing in the Humanities
Editor: Landow, George P.
Editor: Delany, Paul
Date: 1993
Pages: 374
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-12176-X
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl

Bookmark: E.Wexelblat.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Virtual Reality: Applications and Explorations
Editor: Wexelblat, Alan
Date: 1993
Pages: 320
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-745045-9
Contents:
Foreword
	+ Cadigan, Pat
Part I SOFTWHERE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
	Artificial Realities as Data Visualization Environments: Problems and Prospects
		+ Erickson, Thomas
	The Reality of Cooperation: Virtual Reality and CSCW
		+ Wexelblat, Alan
	Information Management Using Virtual Reality-Based Visualizations
		+ Fairchild, Kim Michael
Part II SOFTWHERE IN THE ARTS
	Writing Cyberspace: Literacy in the Age of Simularca
		+ Moulthrop, Stuart
	The Creator's Toolbox
		+ Gardner, Brian
	Full-Body Unencumbered Immersion in Virtual Worlds
		+ Wyshynski, Susan
		+ Vincent, Vincent John
Part III SOFTWHERE IN THE WORLD
	An Easy Entry Artificial Reality
		+ Krueger, Myron W.
	Virtual Reality and Planetary Exploration
		+ McGreevy, Michael W.
	Summer Students in Virtual Reality: A Pilot Study on Educational Applications of Virtual Reality Technology
		+ Bricken, Meredith
		+ Byrne, Chris M.
	Visualization of Information Flows: Virtual Reality as an Organizational Modeling Technique
		+ Grantham, Charles
Absract: Virtual Reality: Applications and Explorations collects original essays, including contributions from leaders in the field, that illustrate the potentially powerful applications of virtual reality in business, science, and the arts. These essays examine a broad range of practical applications of virtual reality, from entertainment and corporate planning to teleconferencing and computer-supported cooperative work. Researchers at the forefront of work in this area explain the capabilities of some present systems and outline the even more compelling possibilities they envision for the future. Ranging from advanced interfaces for education to visualization of scientific data for simulated space exploration, the essays make clear the diverse ways that virtual environments can be useful as tools and suggest exciting directions for the future.

Bookmark: E.Cypher.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Watch What I Do: Programming by Demonstration
Editor: Cypher, Allen
Editor: Halbert, Daniel C.
Editor: Kurlander, David
Editor: Lieberman, Henry
Editor: Maulsby, David
Editor: Myers, Brad A.
Editor: Turransky, Alan
Date: 1993
Pages: 672
City: Cambridge, MA
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-262-03213-9
Weblink: lieber.www.media.mit.edu/people/lieber/PBE/
Contents:
Foreword by Alan Kay
Introduction: Bringing Programming to End Users
	+ Cypher, Allen
I. SYSTEMS
1. Pygmalion: An Executable Electronic Blackboard
	+ Smith, David Canfield
2. Tinker: A Programming by Demonstration System for Beginning Programmers
	+ Lieberman, Henry
3. A Predictive Calculator
	+ Witten, Ian H.
4. Rehearsal World: Programming by Rehearsal
	+ Finzer, William F.
	+ Gould, Laura
5. SmallStar: Programming by Demonstration in the Desktop Metaphor
	+ Halbert, Daniel C.
6. Peridot: Creating User Interfaces by Demonstration
	+ Myers, Brad A.
7. Metamouse: An Instructible Agent for Programming by Demonstration
	+ Maulsby, David
	+ Witten, Ian H.
8. TELS: Learning Text Editing Tasks from Examples
	+ Witten, Ian H.
	+ Mo, Dan
9. Eager: Programming Repetitive Tasks by Demonstration
	+ Cypher, Allen
10. Garnet: Uses of Demonstrational Techniques
	+ Myers, Brad A.
11. The Turvy Experience: Simulating an Instructible Interface
	+ Maulsby, David
12. Chimera: Example-Based Graphical Editing
	+ Kurlander, David
13. The Geometer's Sketchpad: Programming by Geometry
	+ Jackiw, R. Nicholas
	+ Finzer, William F.
14. Tourmaline:Text Formatting by Demonstration
	+ Myers, Brad A.
15. A History-Based Macro by Example System
	+ Kurlander, David
	+ Feiner, Steven
16. Mondrian: A Teachable Graphical Editor
	+ Lieberman, Henry
17. Triggers: Guiding Automation with Pixels to Achieve Data Access
	+ Potter, Richard
18. The AIDE Project: An Application-Independent Demonstrational Environment
	+ Piernot, Philippe P.
	+ Yvon, Marc P.
II. COMPONENTS
19. A History of Editable Graphical Histories
	+ Kurlander, David
	+ Feiner, Steven
20. Graphical Representation and Feedback in a PBD System
	+ Modugno, Francesmary
	+ Myers, Brad A.
21. PBD Invocation Techniques: A Review and Proposal
	+ Kosbie, David S.
	+ Myers, Brad A.
22. A System-Wide Macro Facility Based on Aggregate Events: A Proposal
	+ Kosbie, David S.
	+ Myers, Brad A.
23. Making Programming Accessible to Visual Problem Solvers
	+ Lieberman, Henry
24. Using Voice Input to Disambiguate Intent
	+ Turransky, Alan
III. PERSPECTIVES
25. Characterizing PBD Systems
	+ Cypher, Allen
	+ Kosbie, David S.
	+ Maulsby, David
26. Demonstrational Interfaces: A Step Beyond Direct Manipulation
	+ Myers, Brad A.
27. Just-in-time Programming
	+ Potter, Richard
IV. APPENDICES
A. A Programming by Demonstration Chronology: 23 Years of Examples
	+ Maulsby, David
	+ Turransky, Alan
B. A Test Suite for Programming by Demonstration
	+ Potter, Richard
	+ Maulsby, David
C. Glossary
	+ Myers, Brad A.
	+ Maulsby, David
Bibliography
Contributors
Index

Bookmark: E.vanderVeer.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cognitive Ergonomics: Contributions from Experimental Psychology
Editor: van der Veer, Gerrit C.
Editor: Bagnara, Sebastiano
Editor: Kempen, Gerard A. M.
Date: 1992
Number of Chapters: 14
Pages: 337
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: North-Holland
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-89504-3; QA 76.9 H85C643 1992
Note: Based on papers presented at the Fifth European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, Urbino, Italy, September, 1991. Reprinted from the journal, Acta Psychologica, Volume 78, Numbers 1-3.
Contents:
THEORETICAL ISSUES
Task Knowledge Structures: Psychological Basis and Integration into System Design (3-26)
	+ Johnson, Hilary
	+ Johnson, Peter
Formal Modelling Techniques in Human-Computer Interaction (27-67)
	+ de Haan, G.
	+ van der Veer, G. C.
	+ van Vliet, J. C.
Errors and Theory in Human-Computer Interaction (69-96)
	+ Booth, Paul A.
Knowledge Retrieval and Frequency Maps (97-110)
	+ Brown, Gill M.
Event Controllability in Counterfactual Thinking (111-133)
	+ Girotto, Vittorio
	+ Legrenzi, Paulo
	+ Rizzo, Antonio
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND PROGRAM DEBUGGING
Training of Pascal Novices' Error Handling Ability (137-150)
	+ Allwood, Carl Martin
	+ Bjorhag, Carl-Gustav
Models of Debugging (151-172)
	+ Gilmore, David J.
Analogical Software Reuse: Empirical Investigations of Analogy-Based Reuse and Software Engineering Practices (173-197)
	+ Sutcliffe, Alistair
	+ Maiden, Neil
DATABASE INTERROGATION
An Experimental Study of the Interpretation of Logical Operators in Database Querying (201-225)
	+ Essens, Peter J. M. D.
	+ McCann, Carol A.
	+ Hartevelt, Mark A.
Analysing the Deep Structure of Queries: Transfer Effect on Learning a Query Language (227-241)
	+ Linde, Lena
	+ Bergstrom, Monica
Adapting Systems to Differences between Individuals (243-256)
	+ Jennings, Frances
	+ Benyon, David
	+ Murray, Dianne
TEXT EDITING
Interference among Text-Editing Commands: Fan-Effects and the Role of System Consistency (259-285)
	+ Heydemann, Martin
	+ Hoffmann, Rudolf
	+ Schmidt, Rainer
On the Microstructure of Learning a Wordprocessor (287-304)
	+ Wærn, Yvonne
GRAPHICS DESIGN
The Constraint Satisfaction approach to Design: A Psychological Investigation (307-325)
	+ Darses, Francoise
Author Index (327-332)
Subject Index (333-337)

Bookmark: E.Widdel.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Color in electronic displays
Editor: Widdel, Heino
Editor: Post, David L
Date: 1992
Pages: 335
Publisher: Plenum Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-306-44191-8, OCLC 25200822

Bookmark: E.Bostrom.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computer Augmented Teamwork: A Guided Tour
Editor: Bostrom, R. P.
Editor: Watson, R. T.
Editor: Kinney, S. T.
Date: 1992
Pages: 384
City: New York
Publisher: Van Nostrand-Reinhold
Standard number: ISBN: 0-442-00277-7

Bookmark: E.Marca.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Groupware: Software for Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Editor: Marca, David
Editor: Bock, Geoffrey
Date: 1992
Pages: 575
City: Los Alamitos, CA
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-81862637-2 (case) 0-81862636-4 (fiche)

Bookmark: E.Frakes.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Information Retrieval: Data Structures and Algorithms
Editor: Frakes, William B.
Editor: Baeza-Yates, Ricardo
Date: 1992
Pages: 504
City: Englewood-Cliffs, New Jersey
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Standard number: ISBN: 0-13-463837-9; QA 76.9 D351543 1992
Contents:
INTRODUCTION
1.	Introduction to Information Storage and Retrieval Systems (1)
2.	Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms Related to Information Retrieval (13)
FILE STRUCTURES
3.	Inverted Files (28)
4.	Signature Files (44)
5.	New Indices for Text: PAT Tree and PAT Arrays (66)
6.	File Organization for Optical Disks (83)
TERM AND QUERY OPERATIONS
7.	Lexical Analysis and Stoplists (102)
8.	Stemming Algorithms (131)
9.	Thesaurus Construction (161)
10.	String Search Algorithms (219)
11.	Relevance Feedback and Other Query Modification Techniques (241)
DOCUMENT OPERATIONS
12.	Boolean Operations (264)
13.	Hashing Algorithms (293)
14.	Ranking Algorithms (363)
15.	Extended Boolean Models (393)
16.	Clustering Algorithms (419)
HARDWARE
17.	Special-Purpose Hardware for Information Retrieval (443)
18.	Parallel Information Retrieval Algorithms (459)
Index (498-504)

Bookmark: E.Galer.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Methods and Tools in User-Centred Design for Information Technology
Series Title: Human Factors in Information Technology, 9
Editor: Galer, Margaret
Editor: Harker, Susan
Editor: Ziegler, Jurgen
Date: 1992
Number of Chapters: 14
Pages: 437
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: North-Holland
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-89301-6; QA 76.9 S88M44 1992
Contents:
1.	Introduction (1-10)
	+ Galer, Margaret
	+ Harker, Susan
SECTION 1 -- SUPPORTING THE DESIGN PROCESS FROM CONCEPTION TO USE
2.	Human Factors Tools for Designers of Information Technology Products (13-42)
	+ Allison, Gordon
	+ Cattarall, Bernard
	+ Dowd, Marc
	+ Galer, Margaret
	+ Maguire, Martin
	+ Taylor, Bronwen
3.	An Ergonomics Framework for User Activity Centred Software Design (43-92)
	+ Jeffroy, Francois
	+ Lambert, Isabelle
4.	The SANE Toolkit for Cognitive Modelling and User-Centred Design (93-125)
	+ Bosser, Tom
	+ Melchior, Elke-Maria
5.	Product Usability (127-175)
	+ Bertaggia, Nadia
	+ Montagnini, Gianni
	+ Novara, Francesco
	+ Parlangeli, Oronzo
6.	The Computer Human Factors Database (177-200)
	+ Phillips, Kathryn
	+ Galer, Margaret
SECTION 2 -- DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERFACE DESIGN
7.	Design of Dialogues for Human-Computer Interaction (203-236)
	+ Haubner, Peter
8.	Direct Manipulation User Interface (237-279)
	+ Gorner, Claus
	+ Vossen, Paulus
	+ Ziegler, Jurgen
9.	Design and Evaluation of Applications with Speech Interfaces -- Experimental Results and Practical Guidelines (281-297)
	+ van Nes, Floris
10.	Multimedia Interfaces (299-315)
	+ Koller, Franz
SECTION 3 -- SOFTWARE TOOLS TO SUPPORT USER-CENTRED DESIGN
11.	DIAMANT -- A User Interface Management System for Object-Oriented Interfaces (319-343)
	+ Trefz, Bernhard
12.	INTUIT: A Computer Assisted Software Engineering Support for User-Centred Design (345-370)
	+ Russell, Fred
	+ Pettit, Phil
	+ Elder, Simon
SECTION 4 -- EXEMPLAR OF THE APPLICATION OF USER-CENTRED DESIGN
13.	Developing Intelligent Decision Support Systems Through User-Centred Design: A Managerial Planning Application (373-412)
	+ Laios, Lambros
	+ Marmaras, Nikos
	+ Giannacourou, Maria
SECTION 5 -- CONCLUSIONS
14.	Human Factors in the I.T. Software Design Process -- The Way Forward (415-426)
	+ Harker, Susan
	+ Eason, Ken
	+ Ziegler, Jurgen
List of Abbreviations and Acronyms (427)
Author Index (431)
Subject Index (435)

Bookmark: E.Blattner.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Multimedia Interface Design
Editor: Blattner, Meera
Editor: Dannenberg, Roger
Date: 1992
Pages: 512
City: Reading, MA
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing
Publisher: ACM Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-201-54981-6, OCLC 24913195; ACM Order number 704920
Contents:
Preface (vii-xii)
	+ Blattner, Meera M.
	+ Dannenberg, Roger B.
0. Introduction: The Trend Toward Multimedia Interfaces (xvii-xxv)
	+ Dannenberg, Roger
	+ Blattner, Meera
PART I. MODELS, METAPHORS, AND PARADIGMS
Introduction to Part I (3-6)
	+ Weimer, David M.
1.	Issues in the Usability of Time-Varying Multimedia (7-38)
	+ Muller, Michael J.
	+ Farrell, Robert F.
	+ Cebulka, Kathleen D.
	+ Smith, John G.
2.	Toward a Model for Active Multimedia Documents (39-52)
	+ Zellweger, Polle T.
3.	Issues in Multimedia Interface Design: Media Integration and Interface Agents (53-64)
	+ Laurel, Brenda
	+ Oren, Tim
	+ Don, Abbe
4.	Human Computer Interaction in the Piano Tutor (65-78)
	+ Dannenberg, Roger B.
	+ Joseph, Robert L.
5.	Multimedia and the Art of Linking Reality (79-86)
	+ Nolthuis, Joseph
6.	Listening to Turbulence: An Example of Scientific Audiolization (87-102)
	+ Blattner, Meera M.
	+ Greenberg, Robert M.
	+ Kamegai, Minao
PART II. COMPOSITION AND COMBINATION
Introduction to Part II (105-107)
	+ Rudnicky, Alexander I.
7.	Interaction Techniques Using Hand Tracking and Speech Recognition (109-126)
	+ Weimer, David
	+ Ganapathy, S. K.
8.	Multimodal Communication: Integrating Text and Gestures (127-138)
	+ Hanne, Karl-Heinz
	+ Bullinger, Hans-Jorg
9.	Application-Independent Object Selection from Inaccurate Multimodal Input (139-145)
	+ Pausch, Randy
	+ Gossweiler, Rich
10.	Multimodal Interaction in Speech Systems (147-171)
	+ Rudnicky, Alexander I.
	+ Hauptmann, Alexander
11.	Stereophonic and Surface Sound Generation for Exploratory Data Analysis (173-182)
	+ Smith, Stuart
	+ Grinstein, Georges G.
	+ Bergeron, R. Daniel
PART III. PREREQUISITES AND ENABLING TECHNOLOGY
Introduction to Part III (185-188)
	+ Wenzel, Elizabeth M.
12.	The Inferential Appropriateness of a Manipulable Inter-Medium Encoding (189-216)
	+ Parkes, Alan P.
13.	The Design Space of Input Devices (217-232)
	+ Card, Stuart K.
	+ Mackinlay, Jock D.
	+ Robertson, George G.
14.	Integration of Understanding and Synthesis Functions for Multimedia Interfaces (233-256)
	+ Takebayashi, Yoichi
15.	Three-Dimensional Virtual Acoustic Displays (257-288)
	+ Wenzel, Elizabeth M.
16.	Feeling and Seeing: Issues in Force Display (289-306)
	+ Minsky, Margaret
	+ Ouh-Young, Ming
	+ Steele, Oliver
	+ Brooks, Frederick P., Jr.
	+ Behensky, Max
PART IV. ARCHITECTURES
Introduction to Part IV (309-310)
	+ Ruston, Lillian
	+ Riecken, R. Douglas
17.	Architectural Qualities and Principles for Multimodal and Multimedia Interfaces (311-318)
	+ Hill, Will
	+ Wroblewski, David
	+ McCandless, Tim
	+ Cohen, Rich
18.	Human-Machine Interaction and Perception (319-338)
	+ Riecken, R. Douglas
19.	Toward an "Operating System" for User Interface Components (339-355)
	+ Palay, Andrew J.
20.	Highly Iconic Interfaces (357-372)
	+ Michon, Brian
21.	A Compositional Model of Human-Computer Dialogues (373-404)
	+ Kovacevic, Srdjan

Bookmark: E.Edmonds.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Separable User Interface
Series Title: Computers and People Series
Editor: Edmonds, Ernest
Date: 1992
Pages: 371
City: London, England
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-232150-2
Contents:
PART 1 INTRODUCTION (5-18)
The Emergence of the Separable User Interface (5-18)
	+ Edmonds, E. A.
PART 2 EARLY WORK (19-72)
A Graphical Technique for Numerical Input (21-28) (1968)
	+ Newman, W. M.
A System for Interactive Graphical Programming (29-44) (1968)
	+ Newman, W. M.
On the Use of Transition Diagrams in the Design of a User Interface for an Interactive Computer System (45-58) (1969)
	+ Parnas, D. L.
Specification and Design of Dialogue Systems with State Diagrams (59-72) (1977)
	+ Denert, E.
PART 3 FIRST GENERATION USER INTERFACE SYSTEMS (73-128)
BRIDGE: An Interactive Dialogue-Generation Facility (75-86) (1975)
	+ Stallings, W.
The Man-Machine Interface -- A New Approach (87-96) (1977)
	+ Maher, P. K. C.
	+ Bell, H. V.
Language Facilities for Programming User-Computer Dialogues (97-128) (1978)
	+ Lafuente, J. M.
	+ Gries, D.
PART 4 USER INTERFACE SPECIFICATION FOR SEPARABILITY (129-182)
Adaptive Man-Computer Interfaces (131-148) (1981)
	+ Edmonds, E. A.
Modelling User Interface-Application Interactions (149-166) (1989)
	+ Hurley, W. D.
	+ Sibert, J. L.
Propositional Production Systems for Dialogue Description (167-182) (1990)
	+ Olsen, D. R., Jr.
PART 5 ARCHITECTURES (183-280)
The Man-Machine Interface: A Note on Concept and Design (185-194) (1982)
	+ Edmonds, E. A.
A Report on Dialogue Specification Tools (195-210) (1985)
	+ Green, M.
The Run-Time Structure of UIMS-Supported Applications (211-226) (1987)
	+ Dance, J. R.
	+ Granor, T. E.
	+ Hill, R. D.
	+ Hudson, S. E.
	+ Meads, J. D.
	+ Myers, B. A.
	+ Schulert, A.
Localization of Application Knowledge in Incremental Development of User Interfaces (227-238) (1990)
	+ Gray, P. D.
	+ Wood, C. A.
	+ Kilgour, A. C.
The User interface Management System DIAMANT (239-260) (1990)
	+ Trefz, B.
	+ Ziegler, J.
An Architecture for Knowledge-Based Front Ends (261-270) (1990)
	+ Edmonds, E. A.
	+ McDaid, E.
Back-End Manager: An Interface Between a Knowledge-Based Front End and its Application Subsystem (271-280)
PART 6 PRACTICAL ISSUES OF SEPARABILITY (281-343)
Report on the Interface of the UIMS to the Application (283-294) (1985)
	+ Enderle, G.
Application Modelling in a User Interface Management System (295-312) (1986)
	+ Alty, J. L.
	+ Mckell, P.
Implementation of a Program's Designer Model (313-330) (1988)
	+ Szekely, P.
A Case Study of User Interface Management System Development and Application (331-343) (1989)
	+ Mannheimer, J. M.
	+ Burnett, R. C.
	+ Wallers, J. A.
PART 7 LOOKING BACKWARDS (AND FORWARDS) (345-356)
The Separable User Interface: A Conversation
	+ Newman, W. M.
	+ Edmonds, E. A.
Bibliography
Index

Bookmark: E.Adler.92
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Usability: Turning Technologies into Tools
Editor: Adler, Paul S.
Editor: Winograd, Terry A.
Date: 1992
Pages: 208
Publisher: Oxford Univ Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-19507510-2
Contents:
1. The Usability Challenge
	+ Adler, Paul S.
	+ Winograd, Terry
2. Design for Usability: Crafting a Strategy for the Design of a New Generation of Xerox Copiers
	+ Rheinfrank, John J.
	+ Hartman, William R.
	+ Wasserman, Arnold
3. Designing Effective Systems: A Tool Approach
	+ Kukla, Charles D.
	+ Clemens, Elizabeth Anne
	+ Morse, Robert S.
	+ Cash, Debra
4. Skill-Based Design: Productivity, Learning, and Organizational Effectiveness
	+ Salzman, Harold
5. Scandinavian Design: On Participation and Skill
	+ Ehn, Pelle
6. Work at the Interface: Advanced Manufacturing Technology and Job Design
	+ Corbett, J. Martin
7. Enacting Design for the Workplace
	+ Brown, John Seely
	+ Duguid, Paul

Bookmark: E.Greenberg.91
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Groupware
Editor: Greenberg, Saul
Date: 1991
Pages: 423
City: London
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12299220-2

Bookmark: E.Dunlop.91
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computerization and Controversy: Value Conflicts and Social Choices
Editor: Dunlop, Charles
Editor: Kling, Rob
Date: 1991
Pages: 758
City: San Diego, California
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-224-356-0; QA 76.9 C66 C6377

Bookmark: E.Carroll.91
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing Interaction: Psychology at the Human-Computer Interface
Series Title: Cambridge Series on Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 1991
Pages: 333
City: Cambridge, UK
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-521-40056-2 (hardcover), OCLC 22119741; 0-521-40921-7 (paperback); QA 76.9 H85 D48
Contents:
1	Introduction: The Kittle House Manifesto (1-16)
	+ Carroll, John M.
2	Cognitive Artifacts (17-38)
	+ Norman, Donald A.
3	Some Remarks on the Theory-Practice Gap (39-49)
	+ Plyshyn, Zenon W.
4	Comparative Task Analysis: An Alternative Direction for Human-Computer Interaction Science (50-59)
	+ Brooks, Ruven
5	Let's Get Real: A Position Paper on the Role of Cognitive Psychology in the Design of Humanly Useful and Usable Systems (60-73)
	+ Landauer, Thomas K.
6	The Task-Artifact Cycle (74-102)
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Kellogg, Wendy A.
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
7	Bridging between Basic Theories and the Artifacts of Human-Computer Interaction (103-127)
	+ Barnard, Philip
8	Interface Problems and Interface Resources (128-153)
	+ Payne, Stephen J.
9	Inner and Outer Theory in Human-Computer Interaction (154-162)
	+ Lewis, Clayton
10	Local Sciences: Viewing the Design of Human-Computer Systems as Cognitive Science (163-202)
	+ diSessa, Andrea A.
11	The Role of German Work Psychology in the Design of Artifacts (203-226)
	+ Greif, Siegfried
12	Beyond the Interface: Encountering Artifacts in Use (227-253)
	+ Bannon, Liam J.
	+ Bødker, Susanne
13	A Development Perspective on Interface, Design, and Theory (254-268)
	+ Henderson, Austin
14	Working within the Design Process: Supporting Effective and Efficient Design (269-285)
	+ Karat, John
	+ Bennett, John L.
15	Discussion: Perspectives on Methodology in HCI Research and Practice (286-314)
	+ Tetzlaff, Linda
	+ Mack, Robert L.
Index (315-333)

Bookmark: E.Bullinger.91b
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Aspects in Computing: Design and Use of Interactive Systems and Information Management
Series Title: Advances in Human/Factors/Ergonomics, 18B
Editor: Bullinger, Hans-Jorg
Date: 1991
Volume: 2
Pages: 789-1367
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-88775-X; ISSN: 0921-2647
Note: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Stuttgart, F.R.Germany, September 1-6, 1991
Contents:
CONGRESS II: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS (Cont'd)
Intelligent Front Ends (789)
Knowledge Engineering for Expert Systems (849)
Intelligent Support and Help Systems (887)
Intelligent Training (951)
HCI -- The Future (989)
CONGRESS III: MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Strategic Planning of IT Systems (1019)
Uptake Strategies and User Involvement (1057)
Cooperative Work and Desktop Integration (1091)
Methods and Tools for Improving Information Systems (1133)
Application of IT Systems in Business Environments (1173)
Training and Qualification (1217)
Application of IT for the Quality of Life (1247)
Workshops
	Customer-Computer Interaction -- A Challenge for HCI (1283)
	VDT -- A Tool for a More Healthy Life (1305)
Poster Sessions (1311)
Supplement (1341)

Bookmark: E.Bullinger.91a
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Aspects in Computing: Design and Use of Interactive Systems and Work with Terminals
Series Title: Advances in Human/Factors/Ergonomics, 18A
Editor: Bullinger, Hans-Jorg
Date: 1991
Volume: 1
Pages: 1-788
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-88775-X; ISSN: 0921-2647
Note: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Stuttgart, F.R.Germany, September 1-6, 1991
Contents:
Plenary Sessions
CONGRESS I: WORK WITH TERMINALS
Input and Display Devices (73)
Work Place and Work Environment (129)
Health Aspects: Workload, Stress and Strain and Irregular Working Hours (173)
Psychological and Physiological Measurement (215)
CONGRESS II: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS
Dialogue Management/UIMS (251)
Hypertext and Hypermedia (315)
Distributed Information Systems (357)
Cognitive Engineering (401)
Speech Research and Technology (461)
Standardisation (531)
Software Engineering -- Methods, Techniques and Tools (549)
Usability Evaluation (607)
Interface Design (671)
Computerized Work and the Improvement of Working Conditions (739)

Bookmark: E.Shackel.91
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors for Informatics Usability
Editor: Shackel, B.
Editor: Richardson, S. J.
Date: 1991
Pages: 438
City: Cambridge, UK
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-521-36570-8
Contents:
PART 1: INFORMATICS USABILITY -- INTRODUCTION, SCOPE AND IMPORTANCE
1	Human Factors for Informatics Usability -- Background and Overview (1-19)
	+ Shackel, Brian
	+ Richardson, Simon
2	Usability -- Context, Framework, Definition, Design and Evaluation (21-37)
	+ Shackel, Brian
3	The Business Case for Human Factors in Informatics (39-71)
	+ Chapanis, Alphonse
PART 2: SYSTEM DESIGN -- ORIENTATION AND APPROACHES
4	Human Factors Contributions to the Design Process (73-96)
	+ Eason, Ken
	+ Harker, Susan
5	Helping the I.T. Designer to Use Human Factors (97-119)
	+ Stewart, Tom
6	Interface Design Issues for the System Designer (121-131)
	+ Newman, William
7	An Approach to Formalized Procedures for User-Centred System Design (133-150)
	+ Gardner, Arthur
PART 3: SPECIAL TOPICS IN DEPTH
8	The Contributions of Applied Cognitive Psychology to the Study of Human-Computer Interaction (151-182)
	+ Barnard, Phil
9	Formal Models and Techniques in Human-Computer Interaction (183-206)
	+ Ziegler, Jurgen
	+ Bullinger, Hans-Jorg
10	Designing Expert Systems for Usability (207-246)
	+ Gaines, Brian
PART 4: ORGANISATIONAL ASPECTS AND DESIGN IN LARGE SYSTEMS
11	Organisational Issues and Task Analysis (247-266)
	+ Greif, Siegfried
12	Participation in Systems Design -- What Can It Offer? (267-290)
	+ Mumford, Enid
13	Towards a Human Factors Strategy for Information Technology Systems (291-324)
	+ Damodaran, Leela
PART 5: DESIGN AND EVALUATION -- SOME SPECIFIC METHODS
14	A Taxonomy and Rule Base for the Selection of Interaction Styles (325-342)
	+ Shneiderman, Ben
15	Designing and Evaluating Documentation for I.T. Users (343-358)
	+ Wright, Patricia
16	Evaluating Usability (359-396)
	+ Chapanis, Alphonse
References (397-422)
Author Index (423-429)
Subject Index (431-438)

Bookmark: E.Carey.91
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors in Information Systems: An Organizational Perspective
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Carey, Jane M.
Date: 1991
Pages: 352
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-633-1; LC QA76.9.H85
Note: Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium, 1989-02-9/10, Sacramento, California
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/carey/inform2.htm
Contents:
Human/Computer interaction
Interface specification tools and design issues
The is professional
Information presentation
System/user communication
End-user training and involvement
The end user
The human factor is in

Bookmark: E.Sullivan.91
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Intelligent User Interfaces
Editor: Sullivan, Joseph W.
Editor: Tyler, Sherman W.
Date: 1991
Pages: 560
City: Reading, MA
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing
Publisher: ACM Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-201-50305-0; QA 76.9 H85 A73; ACM Order number 704900
Contents:
1	Introduction (1)
	+ Miller, James R.
	+ Sullivan, Joseph W.
	+ Tyler, Sherman W.
I	MULTIMODAL COMMUNICATION
2	Intelligent Multi-Media Interface Technology (11)
	+ Neal, Jeannette G.
	+ Shapiro, Stuart C.
3	User and Discourse Models for Multimodal Communication (45)
	+ Wahlster, Wolfgang
4	The Contributing Influence of Speech and Interaction of Human Discourse Patterns (69)
	+ Oviatt, Sharon L.
	+ Cohen, Philip R.
II	MODELS, PLANS, AND GOALS
5	An Intelligent Interface Architecture for Adaptive Interaction (85)
	+ Tyler, Sherman W.
	+ Schlossberg, Jon L.
	+ Gargan, Robert A., Jr.
	+ Cook, Linda K.
	+ Sullivan, Joseph W.
6	General User Modeling: A Facility to Support Intelligent Interaction (111)
	+ Kass, Robert
	+ Finin, Tim
7	Communicating with High-Level Plans (129)
	+ Bonar, Jeffrey
	+ Liffick, Blaise W.
8	A Dialogue User Interface Architecture (157)
	+ Young, Robert L.
9	Intelligent Interfaces as Agents (177)
	+ Chin, David N.
III	DYNAMIC PRESENTATION DESIGN
10	Graphics and Natural Language as Components of Automatic Explanation (207)
	+ Roth, Steven F.
	+ Mattis, Joe
	+ Mesnard, Xavier
11	Presentation Design Using an Integrated Knowledge Base (241)
	+ Arens, Yigal
	+ Miller, Lawrence
	+ Sondheimer, Norman
12	An Architecture for Knowledge-Based Graphical Interfaces (259)
	+ Feiner, Stephen
13	Search Architectures for the Automatic Display of Graphical Presentations (281)
	+ Mackinlay, Jock D.
IV	KNOWLEDGE-BASED TOOLS FOR INTERFACE DESIGN
14	An Introduction to HITS: Human Interface Tool Suite (293)
	+ Hollan, James
	+ Rich, Elaine
	+ Hill, William
	+ Wroblewski, David
	+ Wilner, Wayne
	+ Wittenburg, Kent
	+ Grudin, Jonathan
15	UIDE -- An Intelligent User Interface Design Environment (339)
	+ Foley, James
	+ Kim, Won Chul
	+ Kovacevic, Srdjan
	+ Murray, Kevin
16	Using AI Techniques to Create User Interfaces by Example (385)
	+ Myers, Brad A.
17	Graphical Knowledge-Based Model Editors (403)
	+ Cypher, Allen
	+ Stelzner, Marilyn
18	BACKBOARD: An Implementation of Specification by Reformulation (421)
	+ Yen, John
	+ Neches, Robert
	+ DeBellis, Michael
	+ Szekely, Pedro
	+ Aberg, Peter
19	Structuring Programs to Support Intelligent Interfaces (445)
	+ Szekely, Pedro
Index (465)

Bookmark: E.Karat.91
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Taking Software Design Seriously: Practical Techniques for Human-Computer Interaction Design
Editor: Karat, John
Date: 1991
Pages: 357
City: New York
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12397710-X

Bookmark: E.Browne.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Adaptive User Interfaces
Editor: Browne, D.
Editor: Totterdell, P.
Editor: Norman, M.
Date: 1990
Pages: 227
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-137755-5

Bookmark: E.Nielsen.90
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing User Interfaces for International Use
Editor: Nielsen, Jakob
Date: 1990
Pages: 230
City: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-88428-9
Keywords: Design Internationalization Translation Europe Asia
Weblink: www.useit.com/jakob/intlusebook.html
Contents:
Preface	v
Contributors	viii
1.	Internationalization and Translation: Some Guidelines for the Design of Human-Computer Interfaces	1
	+ del Galdo, Elisa
2.	Transnational Symbols: The Rule of Pictograms and Models in the Learning Process	11
	+ Ossner, Jakob
3.	Usability Testing of International Interfaces	39
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
4.	A European Evaluation of Three Document Formats for Hardware Installation Guides	45
	+ del Galdo, Elisa
5.	Two Faces of America: Polyglot and Tongue-Tied	71
	+ Sprung, Robert C.
6.	ARRIS: Redesigning a User Interface for International Use	103
	+ Peterson, Matthew C.
7.	Hypertext: Towards the Single Intellectual Market	111
	+ Baird, Patricia
8.	Creating International Applications: A Hands-On Approach Using the Hewlett-Packard NLS Package	123
	+ Taylor, Dave
9.	International User Interface for INFOFLEX	159
	+ Nielsen, Jakob Peter
10.	User Interfaces for Asia	189
	+ Sukaviriya, Piyawadee
	+ Moran, Lucy
11.	International User Interfaces	219
	+ Zobel-Pocock, Rosalie A.
Index

Bookmark: E.Harrison.90
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Formal Methods in Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Cambridge Series on Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Harrison, Michael
Editor: Thimbleby, Harold
Date: 1990
Pages: 323
City: Cambridge, UK
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-521-37202-X
Contents:
1	The Role of Formal Methods in Human-Computer Interaction (1-8)
	+ Harrison, Michael
	+ Thimbleby, Harold
2	HCI Formalisms and Cognitive Psychology: The Case of Task-Action Grammar (9-62)
	+ Schiele, Franz
	+ Green, Thomas
3	Putting Design into Practice: Formal Specification and The User Interface (63-96)
	+ Took, Roger
4	Non Determinism as a Paradigm for Understanding the User Interface (97-127)
	+ Dix, Alan
5	A State Model of Direct Manipulation in Interactive Systems (129-151)
	+ Harrison, Michael
	+ Dix, Alan
6	Specification, Analysis and Refinement of Interactive Processes (153-200)
	+ Sufrin, Bernard
	+ He, Jifeng
7	From Abstract Models to Functional Prototypes (201-232)
	+ Runciman, Colin
8	Designing Abstractions for Communication Control (233-271)
	+ Cockton, Gilbert
9	Structuring Dialogues using CSP (273-295)
	+ Alexander, Heather
Bibliography (297-316)
Index (317-323)

Bookmark: E.Preece.90
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Preece, Jenny
Editor: Keller, Laurie
Date: 1990
Pages: 437
City: Cambridge, England
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Standard number: ISBN: 0-13-444910-X; QA76.9.H85H865 1989
Contents:
PART I: THE SCOPE OF HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION (1-64)
1	An Historical and Intellectual Perspective (3-26)
	+ Baecker, R. M.
	+ Buxton, W. A. S.
2	Human Factors and Usability (27-41)
	+ Shackel, B.
3	Four Different Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction (42-64)
	+ Kammersgaard, John
PART II: INTERACTION TASKS, DEVICES AND COMMUNICATION STYLES (65-138)
4	The Human Factors of Computer Graphics Interaction Techniques (67-121)
	+ Foley, James D.
	+ Wallace, Victor L.
	+ Chan, Peggy
5	There's More to Interaction than Meets the Eye: Some Issues in Manual Input (122-138)
	+ Buxton, William
PART III: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS (139-234)
6	Relations Between Cognitive Psychology and Computer System Design (141-160)
	+ Landauer, Thomas K.
7	A Review of Human Factors Guidelines and Techniques for the Design of Graphical Human-Computer Interfaces (161-184)
	+ Maguire, M. C.
8	Learning to Use Word Processors: Problems and Prospects (185-204)
	+ Mack, Robert L.
	+ Lewis, Clayton H.
	+ Carroll, John M.
9	The Role of a Mental Model in Learning to Operate a Device (205-221)
	+ Kieras, David E.
	+ Bovair, Susan
10	Information Flow in a User Interface: The Effects of Experience and Context on the Recall of MacWrite Screens (222-234)
	+ Mayes, J. Terry
	+ Draper, Stephen W.
	+ McGregor, Alison
	+ Oatley, Keith
PART IV: DESIGN (234-324)
11	Designing the Star User Interface (237-259)
	+ Smith, David Canfield
	+ Irby, Charles
	+ Kimball, Ralph
	+ Verplank, Bill
	+ Harslem, Eric
12	The 1984 Olympic Message System: A Test of Behavioral Principles of System Design (260-283)
	+ Gould, John D.
	+ Boies, Stephen J.
	+ Levy, Stephen
	+ Richards, John T.
	+ Schoonard, Jim
13	Employing Usability Engineering in the Development of Office Products (284-295)
	+ Tyldesley, D. A.
14	A Quantitative Model of the Learning and Performance of Text-Editing Knowledge (296-307)
	+ Polson, Peter G.
	+ Kieras, David E.
15	On Mental Models and the User Interface (308-324)
	+ Tauber, Michael J.
PART V: EVALUATION (325-382)
16	The Keystroke Level Model for User Performance Time with Interactive Systems (327-356)
	+ Card, Stuart K.
	+ Moran, Thomas P.
	+ Newell, Allen
17	Designing and Interpreting Psychological Experiments (357-367)
	+ Robson, Colin
18	Human Factors Testing in the Design of Xerox's 8010 'Star' Office Workstation (368-382)
	+ Bewley, William L.
	+ Roberts, Teresa L.
	+ Schroit, David
	+ Verplank, William L.
PART VI: TOOLS FOR DESIGN (383-428)
19	The Role of Prototypes in the User Software Engineering (USE) Methodology (385-401)
	+ Wasserman, Anthony I.
	+ Shewmake, David T.
20	A Context for User Interface Management (402-420)
	+ Olsen, Dan R., Jr.
	+ Buxton, William
	+ Ehrich, Rogeer
	+ Kasik, David J.
	+ Rhyne, James R.
	+ Sibert, John
21	Theory and Practice in User Interface Management Systems (421-428)
	+ Kilgour, Alistair
Index

Bookmark: E.Galeg.90
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Intellectual Teamwork: Social and Technological Foundations of Cooperative Work
Editor: Galegher, Jolene Rae
Editor: Kraut, Robert E.
Editor: Egido, Carmen
Date: 1990
Pages: 542
City: Hillsdale, NJ
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-80580533-8; 0-80580534-6 (pbk.)
Contents:
Technology for intellectual teamwork: perspectives on research and design
	+ Galegher, Jolene
	+ Kraut, Robert E.
Time matters in groups
	+ McGrath, Joseph E.
Work group structure and information technology: a structural contigency approach
	+ Gutek, Barbara A.
The development of working relationships
	+ Gabarro, John J.
Mutual knowledge and communicative effectiveness
	+ Krauss, Robert M.
	+ Fussell, Susan R.
Patterns of contact and communication in scientific research collaborations
	+ Kraut, Robert E.
	+ Egido, Carmen
	+ Galegher, Jolene
Information technology and work groups: the case of new product teams
	+ Ancona, Deborah G.
	+ Caldwell, David F.
The technology of team navigation
	+ Hutchins, Edwin
The integration of distributed knowledge in collaborative medical diagnosis
	+ Cicourel, Aaron V.
The interplay of work group structures and computer support
	+ Bikson, Tora K.
	+ Eveland, J. D.
Communication and performance in ad hoc task groups
	+ Finholt, Tom
	+ Sproull, Lee
	+ Kiesler, Sara
Voice messaging, coordination, and communication
	+ Rice, Ronald E.
	+ Shook, Douglas E.
Teleconferencing as a technology to support cooperative work: its possibilities and limitations
	+ Egido, Carmen
Technology and groups: assessments of the empirical research
	+ Kraemer, Kenneth L.
	+ Pinsonneault, Alain
Hypertext and collaborative work: the example of intermedia
	+ Landow, George P.
Supporting collaboration with advanced multimedia electronic mail: the NSF EXPRES Project
	+ Olson, Gary M.
	+ Atkins, Daniel E.
Visual languages for cooperation: a performing medium approach to systems for cooperative work
	+ Lakin, Fred
Experiences in an exploratory distributed organization
	+ Abel, Mark
Design and assessment of a group decision support system
	+ Vogel, Douglas R.
	+ Nunamaker, Jay F.

Bookmark: E.Ackerman.90
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Mental Models and Human-Computer Interaction 1
Editor: Ackermann, D.
Editor: Tauber, M. J.
Date: 1990
Pages: 387
City: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Publisher: North-Holland
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-88453-X
Contents:
THEORY (1-70)
Limited Theories as a Framework for Human-Computer Interaction (3-40)
	+ Green, Thomas R. G.
Mental Models and the Control of Action in Complex Environments (41-70)
	+ Rasmussen, Jens
MENTAL MODELS AND PSYCHOLOGY (71-130)
On the Dynamics of Mental Models (73-94)
	+ Wærn, Yvonne
Problem-Solving Research and Human-Computer Interaction (95-112)
	+ Gumm, Uta
	+ Hagendorf, Herbert
Styles, Skills and Strategies: Cognitive Variability and its Implications for the Role of Mental Models in HCI (113-129)
	+ Hockey, G. Robert J.
EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATIONS (131-192)
Empirical Investigations and Simulations of Mental Models (133-150)
	+ Ackermann, David
	+ Greutmann, Thomas
Mental Models and Strategies in the Control of a Complex System (151-164)
	+ Ringelband, Olaf J.
	+ Misiak, Carlo
	+ Kluwe, Rainer H.
An Experimental Study on Mental Models in Database Search (165-176)
	+ Linde, Lena
	+ Bergstrom, Monica
Empirical Study on the Reference Interview in Bibliographic Online Retrieval (177-192)
	+ Wettler, Manfred
	+ Glockner-Rist, Angelika
LEARNING (193-228)
The Role of the User Model in Learning as an Internally and Externally Directed Activity (195-208)
	+ Briggs, Pamela
On the Relationship between a User's Self-Teaching and his Knowledge (209-228)
	+ Schindler, Raimund
	+ Schuster, Alwin
INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN (229-334)
Toward Adaptive User Interfaces (231-252)
	+ Wetzenstein-Ollenschlager, Elke
	+ Wandke, Hardtmut
Designing for the Mental Model: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Definition of a User Interface for Electronic Mail Systems (253-288)
	+ van der Veer, Gerrit C.
	+ Guest, Steve
	+ Haselager, Pim
	+ innocent, Peter
	+ McDaid, Eddy
	+ Oestreicher, Lars
	+ Tauber, Michael J.
	+ Vos, Ulfert
	+ Wærn, Yvonne
GNEWS: Results of an Experiment on the Reinforcement of a Mental Communication Model by a Visual Interface (289-304)
	+ Begeman, Michael L.
Mental Concepts and Direct Manipulation: Drafting a Direct Manipulation Query Language (305-320)
	+ Rohr, Gabriele
Mental Models and the Design of User Models
	+ Rupietta, Walter
FORMAL MODELLING (335-374)
User Modelling for a Text-Editor Coach (337-353)
	+ Desmarais, Michel C.
	+ Giroux, Luc
	+ Larochelle, Serge
A Grammar-Based Approach to Unifying Task-Oriented and System-Oriented Interface Descriptions (353-374)
	+ Hoppe, Heinz Ulrich

Bookmark: E.Gibbs.90
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Multi-User Interfaces and Applications
Editor: Gibbs, S.
Editor: Verrijn-Stuart, A. A.
Date: 1990
Pages: 389
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: North-Holland
Standard number: ISBN: 0-44488760-1
Note: IFIP WG8.4 Conference Proceedings

Bookmark: E.Hamilton.90
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Simulation and the User Interface
Editor: Hamilton, Ian
Editor: Life, Andrew
Date: 1990
Pages: 272
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Standard number: ISBN: 0-85066-803-4

Bookmark: E.Laurel.90
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design
Editor: Laurel, Brenda
Date: 1990
Pages: 496
City: Reading, MA
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing
Standard number: ISBN: 0-201-51797-3; OCLC 21332677
Contents:
Interface Agents: Metaphors with Character
	+ Laurel, Brenda
Working with Interface Metaphors
	+ Erickson, Tom
Through the Looking Glass
	+ Walker, John
Conversation as Direct Manipulation: An Iconoclastic View
	+ Brennan, Susan E.
The Cyber-Punk: The Individual as Reality Pilot
	+ Leary, Timothy
The Interpersonal, Interactive, Interdimensional Interface
	+ Leary, Timothy
What's the Big Deal About Cyberspace?
	+ Rheingold, Howard
Virtual Interface Environments
	+ Fisher, Scott S.
Virtual Reality Systems
	+ Fisher, Scott S.
The Right Way to Think About Software Design
	+ Nelson, Theodore Holm
Managing the Mundane
	+ Cypher, Allen
Lessons from Computer Game Design
	+ Crawford, Chris
The 'Natural' Language of Interaction: A Perspective on Non-Verbal Dialogues
	+ Buxton, William
User Interface: A Personal View
	+ Kay, Alan
Hospital Corners
	+ Negroponte, Nicholas
VIDEOPLACE and the Interface of the Future
	+ Krueger, Myron
Narrative and the Interface
	+ Don, Abbe
Gestures in Human-Computer Interaction
	+ Kurtenbach, Gordon
	+ Hulteen, Eric

Bookmark: E.Long.89
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cognitive Ergonomics and Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Cambridge Series on Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Long, J.
Editor: Whitefield, A.
Date: 1989
Pages: 259
City: Cambridge, UK
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-521-37179-1
Contents:
1	Cognitive Ergonomics and Human-Computer Interaction: An Introduction (1-3)
	+ Long, John
2	Interfacing the Laboratory with the Real World: A Cognitive Approach to Colour Assignment in Visual Displays (35-65)
	+ Campion, John
3	Constructing Appropriate Models of Computer Users: The Case of Engineering Designers (66-94)
	+ Whitefield, Andy
4	Developing a Science Base for the Naming of Computer Commands (95-133)
	+ Barnard, Phil
	+ Grudin, Jonathan
	+ MacLean, Allan
5	A Notation for Reasoning about Learning (134-165)
	+ Payne, Stephen J.
6	Expressing research Findings to have a Practical Influence on Design (166-190)
	+ Buckley, Paul
7	Task Analysis for Knowledge Descriptions: Theory and Application in Training (191-224)
	+ Diaper, Dan
	+ Johnson, Peter
8	The Life and Times of ded, Text Display Editor (225-255)
	+ Bornat, Richard
	+ Thimbleby, Harold
Index (256-259)

Bookmark: E.Nielsen.89
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Coordinating User Interfaces for Consistency
Editor: Nielsen, Jakob
Date: 1989
Pages: 142
City: New York
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-518400-X, OCLC
Standard number: QA 76.9.U83C66
Weblink: www.useit.com/jakob/constbook.html
Contents:
Preface
Contributors
1.	Executive Summary: Coordinating User Interfaces for Consistency
	+ Nielsen, Jakob
2.	The Dimensions of Consistency
	+ Kellogg, Wendy
3.	A Cost Benefit Analysis for Corporate User Interface Standards
	+ Rosenberg, Daniel J.
4.	Coordinating Consistency of User Interfaces, Code, Online Help, and
Documentation with Multilingual/Multitarget Software Specification
	+ Perlman, Gary
	http://www.acm.org/perlman/multi.html
5.	Achieving Consistency for the Macintosh
	+ Tognazzini, Bruce
6.	Developing the XUI Style
	+ Good, Michael
7.	The Lotus Experience
	+ Wolf, Richard
8.	New Ways to Consistent Interfaces
	+ Koritzinsky, Ianne
9.	Tools for Generating Consistent User Interfaces
	+ Wiecha, Charlie
	+ Bennett, William
	+ Boies, Stephen
	+ Gould, John
10.	Bibliography

Bookmark: E.Salvendy.89
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing and Using Human-Computer Interfaces and Knowledge Based Systems
Series Title: Advances in Human Factors/Ergonomics, 12B
Editor: Salvendy, Gavriel
Editor: Smith, Michael J.
Date: 1989
Volume: 2
Number of Chapters: 113
Pages: 900
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-88078-X (ISBN: 0-444-88079-8 set)
Note: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Boston, USA, September 18-22, 1989
Contents:
I.	Future Directions
II.	Software Psychology
III.	Learning
IV.	Data Bases
V.	Graphics
VI.	Dialogue Design
VII.	Expert Systems

Bookmark: E.Klemmer.89
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Ergonomics: Harness the Power of Human Factors in Your Business
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Klemmer, Edmund T.
Date: 1989
Pages: 224
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-559-9
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/klemmer/harness.htm

Bookmark: E.Olson.89
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Technological Support for Work Group Collaboration
Editor: Olson, Margrethe H.
Date: 1989
Pages: 208
City: Hillsdale, NJ
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-8058-0304-1
Contents:
User Approaches to Computer-Supported Teams
	+ Johansen, R.
Assumptions Underlying Systems that Support Work Group Collaboration
	+ Dhar, V.
	+ Olson, M. H.
How is Work Coordinated? Implications for Computer-Based Support
	+ Johnson, B. M.
The Information Lens: An Intelligent System for Information Sharing and Coordination
	+ Malone, Thomas W.
	+ Grant, Kevin R.
	+ Lai, Kum-Yew
	+ Rao, Ramana
	+ Rosenblitt, David A.
Flexible Interactive Technologies for Multi-Person Tasks: Current Problems and Future Prospects
	+ Bikson, Tora K.
	+ Eveland, J. D.
	+ Gutek, B. A.
Organizational Architecture for Distributed Computing: The Next Frontier in System Design
	+ Pava, C.
Developing the Management Systems of the 1990s: The Role of Collaborative Work
	+ Cashman, P. M.
	+ Stroll, D.
Toward Portable Ideas
	+ Stefik, M.
	+ Brown, J. S.
A Method for Evaluating Work Group Productivity Products
	+ Floyd, B. D.
	+ Turner, J. A.

Bookmark: E.Taylor.89
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Structure of Multimodal Dialogue
Series Title: Human Factors in Information Technology, 4
Editor: Taylor, M. M.
Editor: Neel, F.
Editor: Bouwhuis, D. G.
Date: 1989
Number of Chapters: 35
Pages: 539
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: North-Holland
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-87421-6; QA 76.9 H85S77 1989
Contents:
PROLOGUE: DIALOGUE AND USEFUL METAPHORS
1.	Introduction: Dialogue and Multimodal Dialogue (3-10)
	+ Taylor, M. M.
	+ Neel, F.
	+ Bouwhuis, D. G.
2.	Metaphors for Interface Design (11-28)
	+ Hutchins, E.
PART 1: USER MODELS AND BELIEF STRUCTURES
Introduction (31-32)
3.	Speech Acts in Multimodal Dialogues (33-46)
	+ Perrault, C. R.
4.	Information Dialogues as Communicative Actions in Relation to Partner Modelling and Information Processing (47-73)
	+ Bunt, H. C.
5.	Studying Arguments to Gain Insight into Discourse Structure (75-84)
	+ Cohen, R.
6.	The Structure of Intelligence in Dialogue (85-105)
	+ Edwards, J. L.
	+ Mason, J. A.
7.	Planning and Discourse (107-113)
	+ Shadbolt, N. R.
PART 2: DISCOURSE STRUCTURE AND PROCESSING
Introduction (117-120)
8.	Convention versus Intention (121-134)
	+ Reichman, R.
9.	The Viability of Conversational Grammars (135-144)
	+ Good, D. A.
10.	Knowledge for Communication (145-158)
	+ Airenti, G.
	+ Bara, B. G.
	+ Colombetti, M.
11.	Response Timing in Layered Protocols: A Cybernetic View of Natural Language (159-172)
	+ Taylor, M. M.
12.	A Generative Grammar for Local Discourse Structure (173-182)
	+ Fawcett, R. P.
	+ Taylor, M. M.
13.	Pattern Processing and Machine Intelligence Techniques for Representing Dialogues (183-188)
	+ Goillau, P. J.
14.	The Adaptive, Dynamic and Associative Memory Model: A Possible Future Tool for Vocal Human-Computer Communication (189-202)
	+ Beroule, D.
PART 3: PARALLEL COMMUNICATION
Introduction (205-207)
15.	Integrated Interfaces Based on a Theory of Context and Goal Tracking (209-227)
	+ Reichman, R.
16.	Protocols for Group Coordination in Participant Systems (229-240)
	+ Chang, E.
17.	Asynchronous Parallelism in the Formation of Non-Linear Phonology (241-247)
	+ Edmondson, W.
18.	Visible Speech Signals: Investigating Their Analysis, Synthesis and Perception (249-258)
	+ Brooke, N. M.
19.	Integrating Voice, Visual and Manual Transactions: Some Practical Issues from Aircrew Station Design (259-265)
	+ Taylor, R. M.
PART 4: PROPERTIES OF HUMAN DIALOGUES
Introduction (269-272)
20.	Analyzing Conversation (in Three Languages) (273-286)
	+ Taylor, I.
21.	Speech is More Than Just an Audible Version of Text (287-299)
	+ Hunt, M. J.
22.	Intelligent Speech Synthesis as Part of an Integrated Speech Synthesis/Automatic Speech Recognition System (301-312)
	+ Tatham, M. A. A.
23.	Declarative Question Acts: Two Experiments on Identification (313-321)
	+ Beun, R. J.
24.	Computer-Human Communication (323-330)
	+ Morel, M. A.
25.	Interactive Strategies for Conversational Computer Systems (331-340)
	+ Waterworth, J. A.
PART 5: APPLICATIONS AND ARCHITECTURES
Introduction (343-346)
26.	Pragmatics in a Realization of a Dialogue Module (347-360)
	+ Siroux, J.
27.	Suggestive and Corrective Answers: A Single Mechanism (361-374)
	+ Guyomard, M.
	+ Siroux, J.
28.	Dialogue Supervision and Error Correction Strategy for a Spoken Human-Computer Interface (375-384)
	+ Howes, J. R.
29.	Dialogue Control in Conversational Speech Interfaces (385-398)
	+ Proctor, C.
	+ Young, S.
30.	Relevant Responses in Human-Computer Conversation (399-406)
	+ Vilnat, A.
31.	LOQUI: How Flexible Can a Formal Prototype Be? (407-416)
	+ Ostler, N. D. M.
32.	Architecture and Knowledge Sources in a Human-Computer Oral Dialogue System (417-429)
	+ Carbonell, N.
	+ Pierrel, J. M.
PART 6: OVERVIEW
Introduction (433)
33.	Flexibility versus Formality (435-453)
	+ Taylor, M. M.
	+ Hunt, M. J.
34.	Dialogue with a Restricted Partner (455-466)
	+ Neel, F.
	+ Waterworth, J.
	+ Howes, J.
35.	Practical Issues in Dialogue Design (467-481)
	+ McCann, C. A.
	+ Edmondson, W.
	+ Moore, R. K.
References (483-498)
Collected Abstracts (499-511)
List of Participants (513-515)
Author Index (517-523)
Subject Index (525-533)
Appendix: Sound Demonstrations (535-539)
	Sound recordings enclosed on inside back cover

Bookmark: E.Smith.89
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Work with Computers: Organizational, Management, Stress and Health Aspects
Series Title: Advances in Human Factors/Ergonomics, 12A
Editor: Smith, Michael J.
Editor: Salvendy, Gavriel
Date: 1989
Volume: 1
Number of Chapters: 88
Pages: 698
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-88077-1 (ISBN: 0-444-88079-8 set)
Note: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Boston, USA, September 18-22, 1989
Contents:
I.	Organizational
II.	Stress
III.	Health
IV.	Interface -- Speech
V.	Interface -- Displays and Controls
VI.	Interface -- Human Factors

Bookmark: E.Hartson.88
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Advances in Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Hartson, H. Rex
Editor: Hix, Deborah
Date: 1988
Volume: 2
Number of Chapters: 9
Pages: 384
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-428-2; ISSN: 0748-8602
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/hartson/hci2.htm
Contents:
1	Human Factors and Artificial Intelligence (1-44)
	+ Thomas, John C.
2	Interface Design and Evaluation -- Semiotic Implications (45-100)
	+ Nadin, Mihai
3	The Problem of Levels and Automatic Response Generation in a "Let's Talk About It" Strategy (101-127)
	+ Efe, Kemal
4	Measuring the Utility of Application Software (128-158)
	+ Cohill, Andrew M.
	+ Gilfoil, David M.
	+ Pilitsis, John V.
5	The Gift of Good Design Tools (159-174)
	+ Carey, Tom
6	Design and Implementation of an Object-Oriented User Interface Management System (175-213)
	+ Sibert, John L.
	+ Hurley, William D.
	+ Bleser, Teresa W.
7	A System for Evaluating Screen Formats: Research and Application (214-286)
	+ Tullis, Thomas S.
8	User Performance with Command, Menu, and Iconic Interfaces (287-315)
	+ Whiteside, John
	+ Wixon, Dennis
	+ Jones, Sandy
9	An Examination of the Research Evidence for Computer-Based Instruction (316-367)
	+ Shlechter, Theodore M.

Bookmark: E.Greif.88
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: A Book of Readings
Editor: Greif, Irene
Date: 1988
Pages: 793
City: San Mateo, California
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-934613-57-5, OCLC 17842050
Note: Reviewed in SIGCHI Bulletin, 21:2, 1989, 125-128
Contents:
Early Visions
Early Research Projects
Related Technologies
Domain-Specific Coordination Support
Support for Meetings
Technology
Recent Theoretical Approaches
Empirical Studies

Bookmark: E.Helander.88
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Helander, Martin
Date: 1988
Pages: 1167
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: North-Holland
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-70536-8, OCLC 18415785; ISBN: 0-444-88673-7 (paper); QA 76.9.H85H36
Keywords: Task Dialogue Device Adaptive Screen Display GENERAL Lifecycle DESIGN Psych Guidelines Prototype Specification IMPLEMENTATION Guidance Windows EVALUATION Empirical Model
Weblink: hcibib.org/bibdata/helander.bib
Contents:
I	Models and Theories of Human-Computer Interaction
II	User Interface Design
III	Individual Differences and Training
IV	Applications of Computer Technology
V	Tools for Design and Evaluation
VI	Artificial Intelligence
VII	Psychological and Organizational Issues
Author Index
Subject Index

Bookmark: E.Wiener.88
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors in Aviation
Editor: Wiener, Earl L.
Editor: Nagel, David C.
Date: 1988
Pages: 684
City: New York, NY
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12750030-8

Bookmark: E.Carey.88
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors in Management Information Systems
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Carey, Jane M.
Date: 1988
Pages: 289
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-448-7; LC T58.6
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/carey/manage.htm
Contents:
General Introduction
	A Taxonomy for the Study of Human Factors in Management Information Systems (MIS)
SECTION I THE MACHINE
	Verification of User Identity via Keyboard Characteristics
	User Computer Interfact (UCI) Guidelines Research for Keyboards and Function Keys
SECTION II HUMAN-MACHINE INTERACTION
	Adaptive General Audience Models: A Research Framework
	SmartSLIM: A DSS for Controlling Biases during Problem Formulation
SECTION III USER INTERFACE SPECIFICATION TOOLS
	Applying Software Engineering Principles to the User Application Interface
	FORMFLEX: A User Interface Tool for Forms Definition and Management
SECTION IV THE SYSTEM ANALYST
	Cognitive Styles, Project Structure, and Project Attributes: Considerations in Project Team Design
SECTION V INFORMATION PRESENTATION
	Factors Affecting Opinion and Knowledge Responses to Paper and Online Presentation of Questionaires
SECTION VI SYSTEM USER DOCUMENTATION
	Theories of Explanation: Expert Systems and Simulation
SECTION VII END USER INVOLVEMENT
	The Darkside of Office Automation: How People Resist the Introduction of Office Automation Technology
	Understanding Resistance to System Change: An Empirical Study
	A Plan for Evaluating Usability of Software Products
	End-User Computing: A Research Framework for Investigating the Training/Learning Process
SECTION VIII THE END USER
	A Human Information Processing Model of the Manegerial Mind: Some MIS Implications

Bookmark: E.Sherr.88
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Input Devices
Editor: Sherr, Sol
Date: 1988
Pages: 301
City: San Diego, CA
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12639970-0

Bookmark: E.Gardner.87
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Applying Cognitive Psychology to User-Interface Design
Editor: Gardner, Margaret M.
Editor: Christie, Bruce
Date: 1987
Pages: 372
City: Chichester, England
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-91184-4

Bookmark: E.Salvendy-2.87
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cognitive Engineering in the Design of Human-Computer Interaction and Expert Systems
Editor: Salvendy, Gavriel
Date: 1987
Pages: 592
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-44442848-8, 0-44442396-6 (series) 0-44442849-6 (set)
Note: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Honolulu, Hawaii, August 10-14, 1987, vol.II

Bookmark: E.Durrett.87
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Color and the Computer
Editor: Durrett, H. John
Date: 1987
Pages: 299
City: New York
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12225210-1

Bookmark: E.Salvendy.87
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Human Factors
Editor: Salvendy, Gavriel
Date: 1987
Pages: 1874
City: New York
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-88015-9; TA 166.H275; OCLC 13426477
Keywords: GENERAL Lifecycle Task Device Dialogue Guidelines DESIGN Psych Guidance EVALUATION Empirical Model
Weblink: hcibib.org/bibdata/salvendy.bib
Contents:
1	The Human Factors Function
2	Human Factors Fundamentals
3	Functional Analysis
4	Job and Organization Design
5	Equipment and Workplace Design
6	Environmental Design
7	Design for Health and Safety
8	Design of Selection and Training Systems
9	Performance Modeling
10	System Evaluation
11	Human Factors in the Design and Use of Computing Systems
12	Selected Applications of Human Factors in Computer Systems

Bookmark: E.Carroll.87
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Interfacing Thought: Cognitive Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Carroll, John M.
Date: 1987
Pages: 324
City: Cambridge, MA
Publisher: MIT Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-26203125-6
Keywords: DESIGN EVALUATION
Weblink: mitpress.mit.edu/book-home.tcl
Contents:
1	Relations Between Cognitive Psychology and Computer System Design
2	Learning About Computers and Learning About Mathematics
3	Goal and Plan Knowledge Representations from Stories to Text Editors and Programs
4	Cognitive Aspects of Learning and Using a Programming Language
5	Paradox of the Active User
6	Cognitive Resources and the Learning of Human-Computer Dialogs
7	Technology Transfer: On Learning a New Computer-Based System
8	A Quantitative Theory of Human-Computer Interaction
9	Effect of Practice on Knowledge and Use of Basic Lisp
10	Cognitive Analysis of Peoples Use of Software
11	Computer Support for Organizations: Toward an Organizational Science
12	Cognitive Engineering -- Cognitive Science
A1	HCI, What is it and What Research is Needed?
A2	Improving Human-Computer Interaction -- a Quest for Cognitive Science

Bookmark: E.Baecker.87
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Readings in Human-Computer Interaction: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Editor: Baecker, Ronald M.
Editor: Buxton, William A. S.
Date: 1987
Pages: 738
City: Los Altos, CA
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-934613-24-9; QA 76.9.I58R43
Keywords: GENERAL Lifecycle DESIGN Dialogue Psych Prototype Device Social Specification IMPLEMENTATION UIMS Windows Guidance EVALUATION Model Empirical tools
Weblink: hcibib.org/bibdata/baeck87.bib
Contents:
INTRODUCTION
	Case Study A: The Design of a Voice Messaging System
I:	THE CONTEXT OF HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION
1	A Historical and Intellectual Perspective
2	The Socio/Political Environment
3	The Physical Environment
II:	THE USER AND THE USAGE OF INTERACTIVE COMPUTER SYSTEMS
4	Empirical Evaluation of User Interfaces
	Case Study B: The Psychology of Computer Programming
5	Models of Computer User and Usage
6	Cognition and Human Information Processing
	Case Study C: Text Editors and Word Processors
7	The Visual Channel
8	The Haptic Channel
9	The Audio Channel
III:	THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERACTIVE COMPUTER SYSTEMS
10	Interaction Styles and Techniques
11	Design Principles and Methodologies
12	Programming Techniques and Tools
13	Enhancing System Usability
	Case Study D: The Star, the Lisa, and the Macintosh
14	Research Frontiers and Unsolved Problems Guide to Further Reading

Bookmark: E.Salvendy-3.87
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Social, Ergonomic and Stress Aspects of Work with Computers
Editor: Salvendy, Gavriel
Editor: Sauter, Steven L.
Editor: Hurrell, Joseph J., Jr.
Date: 1987
Pages: 373
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-44442847-X, 0-44442396-6 (series) 0-44442849-6 (set)
Note: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Honolulu, Hawaii August 10-14, 1987, volume I

Bookmark: E.Bolc.86
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Cooperative Interfaces to Information Systems
Editor: Bolc, L.
Editor: Jarke, M.
Date: 1986
Pages: 328
City: New York
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 0-387-16599-1

Bookmark: E.Boff.86
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Handbook of Perception and Human Performance
Editor: Boff, K. R.
Editor: Kaufman, L.
Editor: Thomas, J. P.
Date: 1986
City: New York
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Standard number: ISBN: 0-471-88544-4 (v. 1) 0-471-82957-9 (v. 2) 0-471-82956-0 (set)
Note: in two volumes

Bookmark: E.Ehrich.86
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human-Computer Dialogue Design
Series Title: Advances in Human Factors/Ergonomics
Editor: Ehrich, R. W.
Editor: Williges, R. C.
Date: 1986
Volume: 2
Pages: 384
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-444-42567-5
Keywords: DESIGN Specification IMPLEMENTATION
Contents:
1	Multidisciplinary Research in Human-Computer Dialogue Design
2	Introducing Dialogue Management
3	Dialogue Management as Part of Software Engineering Methodology
4	The Dialogue Author
5	Role of Language in Human-Computer Interfaces
6	Integrated Tools for Program Construction
7	Using Speech in the Human-Computer Interface
8	Using Models of Editing Command Selection
9	User Assistance in Human-Computer Interfaces
10	Human-Computer Communication for Dynamic Task Allocation
11	Human-Computer Dialogue Design and Research Issues

Bookmark: E.Hopgood.86
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Methodology of Window Management
Editor: Hopgood, F.
Editor: Robert, A.
Date: 1986
Pages: 250
City: Berlin
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 0-38716116-3
Keywords: IMPLEMENTATION Windows Dialogue
Note: proceedings of an Alvey workshop at Cosener's House, Abingdon, UK, April 1985

Bookmark: E.Norman.86
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: User Centered System Design: New Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Norman, Donald A.
Editor: Draper, Stephen W.
Date: 1986
Pages: 526
City: Hillsdale, NJ
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89859-781-1; OCLC 12665902; 0-89859-872-9 PPBK; QA 76.9.I58U73
Contents:
Introduction (pp. 1-6)
		+ Draper, Stephen W.
		+ Norman, Donald A.
I	USER CENTERED SYSTEM DESIGN (pp. 7-8)
	1	Architectural Design: An Analogy (pp. 9-23)
		+ Hooper, Kristina
	2	Issues in Design: Some Notes (pp. 25-29)
		+ Bannon, Liam J.
	3	Cognitive Engineering (pp. 31-61)
		+ Norman, Donald A.
II	THE INTERFACE EXPERIENCE (pp. 63-65)
	4	Interface as Mimesis (pp. 67-85)
		+ Laurel, Brenda K.
	5	Direct Manipulation Interfaces (pp. 87-124)
		+ Hutchins, Edwin L.
		+ Hollan, James D.
		+ Norman, Donald A.
	6	Notes on the Future of Programming: Breaking the Utility Barrier (pp. 125-152)
		+ diSessa, Andrea A.
III	USERS' UNDERSTANDINGS (pp. 153-156)
	7	User Understanding (pp. 157-169)
		+ Riley, Mary S.
	8	Understanding What's Happening in System Interactions (pp. 171-185)
		+ Lewis, Clayton
	9	Naive Theories of Computation (pp. 187-200)
		+ Owen, David
	10	Models of Computation (pp. 201-218)
		+ diSessa, Andrea A.
	11	Knowledge-Based Interface Design (pp. 219-238)
		+ Mark, William
IV	USER ACTIVITIES (pp. 239-242)
	12	The Structure of Users' Activities (pp. 243-263)
		+ Cypher, Allen
	13	Psychological Issues in Support of Multiple Activities (pp. 265-284)
		+ Miyata, Yoshiro
		+ Norman, Donald A.
	14	Communication Paradigms for a Window System (pp. 285-313)
		+ Rachel Reichman (Adar), 		+ 
V	TOWARD A PRAGMATICS OF HUMAN-MACHINE COMMUNICATION (pp. 315-317)
	15	There's More to Interaction Than Meets the Eye: Some Issues in Manual Input (pp. 319-337)
		+ Buxton, William
	16	Display Managers as the Basis for User-Machine Communication (pp. 339-352)
		+ Draper, Stephen W.
VI	INFORMATION FLOW (pp. 353-360)
	17	Answers First, Then Questions (pp. 361-375)
		+ Owen, David
	18	Helping Users Help Themselves (pp. 377-398)
		+ O'Malley, Claire E.
	19	Helping Users Help Each Other (pp. 399-410)
		+ Bannon, Liam J.
	20	Designing for Error (pp. 411-432)
		+ Lewis, Clayton
		+ Norman, Donald A.
	21	Computer-Mediated Communication (pp. 433-452)
		+ Bannon, Liam J.
VII	THE CONTEXT OF COMPUTING (pp. 453-456
	22	From Cognitive to Social Ergonomics and Beyond (pp. 457-486)
		+ Brown, John Seely
	Glossary (pp. 487-497)
	References (pp. 499-512)
	Index (pp. 513-526)

Bookmark: E.Hartson.85
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Advances in Human-Computer Interaction
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Hartson, H. Rex
Date: 1985
Volume: 1
Number of Chapters: 9
Pages: 296
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-244-1; ISSN: 0748-8602
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/hartson/hci1.htm
Contents:
1	Usability Specifications as a Tool in Iterative Development (1-28)
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
2	Developmental Theory as a Framework for Studying Human-Computer Interaction (29-48)
	+ Whiteside, John
	+ Wixon, Dennis
3	Human Factors: An Exploration of the Psychology of Human-Computer Dialogues (49-104)
	+ Simes, Daniel K.
	+ Sirsky, Patricia A.
4	A Model Programming Environment (105-132)
	+ Shneiderman, Ben
5	Voice Communication with Computers (133-160)
	+ Schmandt, Christopher
6	Executable Interface Definitions Using Form-Based Interface Abstractions (161-190)
	+ Hayes, Philip J.
7	The Role of Prototypes in the User Software Engineering (USE) Methodology (191-210)
	+ Wasserman, Anthony I.
	+ Shewmake, David T.
8	An Executable Specification Technique for Describing Human-Computer Interaction (211-242)
	+ Jacob, Robert J. K.
9	A SUPERvisory Methodology And Notation (SUPERMAN) for Human-Computer System Development (243-282)
	+ Yunten, Tamer
	+ Hartson, H. Rex

Bookmark: E.Christie.85
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors of the User-System Interface: a report on an ESPRIT preparatory study
Editor: Christie, Bruce
Date: 1985
Pages: 272
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: North-Holland
Standard number: ISBN: 0-44487832-7

Bookmark: E.Curtis.85
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Tutorial: Human Factors in Software Development
Editor: Curtis, Bill
Date: 1985
Pages: 730
City: Los Angeles, CA
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-81860577-4
Note: Second Edition

Bookmark: E.Pfaff.85
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: User Interface Management Systems: Proceedings of the Seeheim Workshop
Editor: Pfaff, G. E.
Date: 1985
Pages: 224
City: Berlin
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 0-38713803-X
Keywords: IMPLEMENTATION TOOL UIMS
Note: proceedings of the Workshop on User Interface Management Systems, held in Seeheim, FRG, November 1-3, 1983
Contents:
1	Subgroup Reports
2	Role, Model, Structure and Construction of a UIMS
3	Dialogue Specification Tools
4	Interfaces and Implementations of UIMS
5	User's Conceptual Model

Bookmark: E.Salvendy.84
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human-Computer Interaction Proceedings of the First USA-Japan Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Salvendy, Gavriel
Date: 1984-08-18/1984-08-20
Date: 1984
Pages: 470
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 0-44442395-8, 0-44442396-6 (series)

Bookmark: E.Monk.84
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Fundamentals of Human-Computer Interaction
Editor: Monk, Andrew
Date: 1984
Pages: 293
City: London
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12504580-8
Keywords: GENERAL DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION
Contents:
THE USER AS A PROCESSOR OF INFORMATION
1	Visual Perception: An Intelligent Syster with Limited Bandwidth (5-33)
	+ Thompson, Peter
2	Reading: Extracting Information from Printed and Electronically Presented Text (35-47)
	+ Hulme, Charles
3	Human Memory: Different Stores with Different Characteristics (49-56)
	+ Thompson, Neil
4	Thinking and Reasoning: Why is Logic So Difficult?
	+ Thompson, Neil
THE USE OF BEHAVIOURAL DATA (65-102)
5	How and When to Collect Behavioural Data (69-80)
	+ Monk, Andrew
6	Statistical Evaluation of Behavioural Data (81-87)
	+ Monk, Andrew
7	Example of an Experiment: Evaluating Some Speech Synthesisers for Public Announcements (89-102)
	+ Waterworth, John
	+ Lo, Antony
THE USER INTERFACE (103-247)
8	Work Station Design: Activities and Display Techniques (107-126)
	+ Reid, Peter
9	Dialogue Design: Characteristics of User Knowledge (127-164)
	+ Hammond, Nick
	+ Barnard, Philip
10	User Interface Design: Generative User Engineering Principles (165-179)
	+ Thimbleby, Harold
11	Future Uses of Future Offices (181-192)
	+ Kofer, G. Reinhard
12	Speech Communication: The Problem and Some Solutions (193-220)
	+ Bailey, Peter
13	Speech Communication: How to Use it (221-236)
	+ Waterworth, John
14	Human Factors Problems in the Design and Use of Expert Systems (237-248)
	+ Kidd, Alison

Bookmark: E.Muckler.84
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors Review: 1984
Editor: Muckler, Frederick A.
Date: 1984
Pages: 345
City: Santa Monica, CA
Publisher: Human Factors Society

Bookmark: E.Vassiliou.84
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors and Interactive Computer Systems
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Vassiliou, Yannis
Date: 1984
Pages: 287
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-182-8
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/vassiliu/human2.htm

Bookmark: E.Thomas.84
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Factors in Computer Systems
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Thomas, John C.
Editor: Schneider, Michael L.
Date: 1984
Pages: 276
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Publisher: Intellect
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-146-1; QA76.9 P75H86 1984
Weblink: www.intellectbooks.com/authors/thomas/human1.htm
Contents:
1	Heuristics for Designing Enjoyable User Interfaces: Lessons from Computer Games (1-12)
	+ Malone, Thomas W.
2	Learning to Use a Word Processor: By Doing, By Thinking, and By Knowing (1351)
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Mack, Robert L.
3	Formal Grammar as a Tool for Analyzing Ease of Use: Some Fundamental Concepts (5378)
4	Stochastic Modeling of Individual Resource Consumption during the Programming Phase of Software Development (79-111)
	+ McNicholl, Daniel G.
	+ Magel, Kenneth
5	An Empirical Investigation of the Tacit Plan Knowledge in Programming (113-133)
	+ Ehrlich, Kate
	+ Soloway, Elliot
6	An Empirical Evaluation of Software Documentation Formats (135-164)
	+ Sheppard, Sylvia B.
	+ Bailey, John W.
	+ Baily, Elizabeth Kruesi
7	A Multilevel Menu-Driven User Interface: Design and Evaluation through Simulation (165-186)
	+ Savage, Ricky E.
	+ Habinek, James K.
8	Statistical Semantics: Analysis of the Potential Performance of Keyword Information Systems (187-242)
	+ Furnas, G. W.
	+ Landauer, T. K.
	+ Gomez, L. M.
	+ Dumais, S. T.
9	Facilitating Multiple-Cue Judgments with Integral Information Displays (243-270)
	+ Goldsmith, Timothy E.
	+ Schvaneveldt, Roger W.

Bookmark: E.Sime.83
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Designing for Human-Computer Communication
Editor: Sime, M.
Editor: Coombs, M.
Date: 1983
Pages: 332
City: New York, NY
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 012643820X

Bookmark: E.Blaser.83
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Enduser Systems and Their Human Factors
Editor: Blaser, A.
Editor: Zoeppritz, M.
Date: 1983
Pages: 138
City: Berlin
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Standard number: ISBN: 0-38712273-7
Note: proceedings of the scientific symposium conducted on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Science Center Heidelberg of IBM Germany, Heidelberg, March 18, 1983

Bookmark: E.Gentner.83
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Mental Models
Author: Gentner, Dedre
Author: Stevens, Albert L.
Date: 1983
Pages: 348
City: Hillsdale, NJ
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89859242-9
Contents:
Introduction
	+ Stevens, Albert L.
	+ Gentner, Dedre
Some observations on mental models
	+ Norman, Donald A.
Phenomenology and the evolution of intuition
	+ diSessa, Andrea A.
Surrogates and mappings: two kinds of conceptual models for interactive devices
	+ Young, Richard M.
Qualitative reasoning about space and motion
	+ Forbus, Kenneth D.
The role of problem representation in physics
	+ Larkin, Jill H.
Flowing waters or teeming crowds: mental models of electricity
	+ Gentner, Dedre
	+ Gentner, Donald R.
Human reasoning about a simple physical system
	+ Williams, Michael D.
	+ Hollan, James D.
	+ Stevens, Albert L.
Assumptions and ambiguities in mechanistic mental models
	+ de Kleer, Johan
	+ Brown, John Seely
Understanding Micronesian navigation
	+ Hutchins, Edwin
Conceptual entities
	+ Greeno, James G.
Using the method of fibres in mecho to calculate radii of gyration
	+ Bundy, Alan
	+ Byrd, Lawrence
When heat and temperature were one
	+ Wiser, Marianne
	+ Carey, Susan
Naive theories of motion
	+ McCloskey, Michael
A conceptual model discussed by Galileo and used intuitively by physics students
	+ Clement, John

Bookmark: E.Green.93
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: The Psychology of Computer Use
Series Title: Computers and People Series
Editor: Green, T. R. G.
Editor: Payne, S. J.
Editor: van der Veer, G. C.
Date: 1983
Pages: 225
City: London, England
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12-297420-4
Contents:
Introduction (1-16)
	+ Green, T. R. G.
	+ Payne, S. J.
	+ van der Veer, G. C.
PSYCHOLOGY OF USING COMPUTERS (17-88)
Why Systems Transparency? (19-28)
	+ Maass, S.
What Kind of "Dialogue" is it When Working with a Computer? (29-40)
	+ Pinsky, L.
Graphs are Not Straightforward (41-56)
	+ Preece, J.
Computer-Aided Problem Solving with Graphical Display of Information (57-68)
	+ Senach, B.
Naming Commands: An Analysis of Designers' Naming Behaviour (69-88)
	+ Joergensen, A. H.
	+ Barnard, P.
	+ Hammond, N.
	+ Clark, I.
PSYCHOLOGY OF PROGRAMMING (89-214)
A Model of the Understanding of a Program and its Impact on the Design of the Programming Language GRADE (91-106)
	+ Sengler, H. E.
Individual Differences and Aspects of Control Flow Notations (107-120)
	+ van der Veer, G. C.
	+ van de Wolde, G. J. E.
Problem Solving by Novice Programmers (121-142)
	+ Kahney, H.
Analysis of Beginners' Problem-Solving Strategies in Programming (143-158)
	+ Hoc, J.-M.
Program Development Studies Based on Diaries (159-170)
	+ Naur, P.
Multi-Style Dialogues and Control Independence in Interactive Software (171-190)
	+ Hagglund, S.
	+ Tibell, R.
The Evaluation of a Programming Support Environment (191-214)
	+ Arblasser, A. T.

Bookmark: E.Badre.82
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Directions in Human/Computer Interaction
Series Title: Human/Computer Interaction Series
Editor: Badre, Albert
Editor: Shneiderman, Ben
Date: 1982
Pages: 240
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex Publishing
Standard number: ISBN: 0-89391-144-5

Bookmark: E.Larson.82
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Tutorial: End User Facilities in the 1980's
Editor: Larson, James A.
Date: 1982
Pages: 503
City: New York, NY
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
Note: initially presented at November 8-12, 1982 COMPSAC 82, the IEEE Computer Society's Sixth International Computer Software & Applications Conference
Note: EHO 198-2

Bookmark: E.Coombs.81
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Computing Skills and the User Interface
Editor: Coombs, M. J.
Editor: Alty, J. L.
Date: 1981
Pages: 499
City: New York, NY
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12186520-7

Bookmark: E.Shackel.81
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Man-Computer Interaction: Human Factors Aspects of Computers and People
Editor: Shackel, Brian
Date: 1981
Pages: 560
City: The Netherlands
Publisher: Sijthoff and Noordhoof Publishers
Standard number: ISBN: 9-02860910-5

Bookmark: E.Curtis.81
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Tutorial: Human Factors in Software Development
Editor: Curtis, Bill
Date: 1981
Pages: 641
City: Los Angeles, CA
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press

Bookmark: E.Smith.80
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Interaction with Computers
Editor: Smith, H. T.
Editor: Green, T. R. G.
Date: 1980
Pages: 369
City: New York, NY
Publisher: Academic Press
Standard number: ISBN: 0-12652852-7 (pbk.) 0-12652850-0

Bookmark: E.Guedj.80
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Methodology of Interaction: Seillac II
Editor: Guedj, Richard A.
Editor: Hagen, P. J. W.
Editor: Hopgood, F. R. A.
Editor: Tucker, H. A.
Editor: Duce, D. A.
Date: 1980
Pages: 408
City: Amsterdam
Publisher: North-Holland
Standard number: ISBN: 0-44485479-7

Bookmark: E.VanCott.72
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Human Engineering Guide to Equipment Design
Editor: Van Cott, H. P.
Editor: Kinkade, R. G.
Date: 1972
Pages: 752
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: U. S. Superintendent of Documents
Standard number: ISBN: 0-47180011-2
Note: Revised 1984

Bookmark: E.Nijholt.14
Type: EDITED BOOK
Title: Playful User Interfaces: Interfaces that Invite Social and Physical Interaction
Series Title: Gaming Media and Social Effects
Editor: Nijholt, Anton
Pages: 352
Publisher: Springer Singapore
Standard number: ISBN: 978-981-4560-95-5 (print), 978-981-4560-96-2 (online)
Weblink: Link to Digital Content at Springer
Contents:
Playful Interfaces: Introduction and History (1-21)
	+ Nijholt, Anton
== PUBLIC AND MOBILE ENTERTAINMENT ==
Public Systems Supporting Noninstrumented Body-Based Interaction (25-45)
	+ Grammenos, Dimitris
	+ Drossis, Giannis
	+ Zabulis, Xenophon
Playing with the Environment (47-69)
	+ Centieiro, Pedro
	+ Romão, Teresa
	+ Dias, A. Eduardo
Designing Mobile and Ubiquitous Games and Playful Interactions (71-95)
	+ Coulton, Paul
== INDOOR AND OUTDOOR PLAYGROUNDS ==
Interactive Playgrounds for Children (99-118)
	+ Poppe, Ronald
	+ van Delden, Robby
	+ Moreno, Alejandro
	+ Reidsma, Dennis
Designing Interactive Outdoor Games for Children (119-140)
	+ Soute, Iris
	+ Markopoulos, Panos
Smart Ball and a New Dynamic Form of Entertainment (141-160)
	+ Kodama, Sachiko
	+ Sato, Toshiki
	+ Koike, Hideki
== GAMES FOR CHANGE, PERSONALIZATION, AND TEACHING ==
Games for Change: Looking at Models of Persuasion Through the Lens of Design (163-184)
	+ Antle, Alissa N.
	+ Tanenbaum, Joshua
	+ Macaranas, Anna
	+ Robinson, John
Individual and Collaborative Personalization in a Science Museum (185-208)
	+ van Dijk, Betsy
	+ Lingnau, Andreas
	+ Vissers, Geert
	+ Kockelkorn, Hub
NoProblem! A Collaborative Interface for Teaching Conversation Skills to Children with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (209-224)
	+ Zancanaro, Massimo
	+ Giusti, Leonardo
	+ Bauminger-Zviely, Nirit
	+ Eden, Sigal
	+ Gal, Eynat
	+ Weiss, Patrice L.
== HEALTH AND SPORTS ==
Designing for Social and Physical Interaction in Exertion Games (227-251)
	+ Mueller, Florian 'Floyd'
	+ Gibbs, Martin R.
	+ Vetere, Frank
Designing Games to Discourage Sedentary Behaviour (253-274)
	+ Mandryk, Regan L.
	+ Gerling, Kathrin M.
	+ Stanley, Kevin G.
== LEARNING BY CREATING ==
Playing in the Arcade: Designing Tangible Interfaces with MaKey MaKey for Scratch Games (277-292)
	+ Lee, Eunkyoung
	+ Kafai, Yasmin B.
	+ Vasudevan, Veena
	+ Davis, Richard Lee
Playful Creativity: Playing to Create Games on Surfaces (293-315)
	+ Catala, Alejandro
	+ Jaen, Javier
	+ Pons, Patricia
	+ Garcia-Sanjuan, Fernando
Bifocal Modeling: Promoting Authentic Scientific Inquiry Through Exploring and Comparing Real and Ideal Systems Linked in Real-Time (317-352)
	+ Blikstein, Paulo
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