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ISBN-13:
9781402042058
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Ebook
Seiten:
357
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"The present book contains a collection of the best papers presented at the 5th International Conference on Interacción Persona Ordenador (IPO), Human Computer Interaction in Spanish, which took place in Lleida on May 5th-7th, 2004. In its fifth edition this conference has became a multidisciplinary forum for the discussion and dissemination of novelty research in Human Computer Interaction. The main goal of Interacción 2004 was to expand the conference scope with internationally recognised invited speakers. Other goals such as enriching the relationship between industry and academia through the organisation and assiting in the development of doctoral dissertations of high quality were also achieved.This book is organised according to the main areas of both basic and applied research that were presented at the conference. These areas were:
Usability and Accessibility Ubiquitous computing and context aware systems Interaction with learning recourses User Centred design methodologies Cooperative systems Models of interactive systems Applications of User Centred design Information of Visualization HCI methodologies Semantic web Group learning and work
This work is suitable for all scientists interested in HCI research."
Editors' Introduction.- An Expert-Based Usability Evaluation of the EvalAccess Web Service.- Adaptive and Context-Aware Hypermedia Model for Users with Communication Disabilities.- Decoupling Personalization Aspects in Mobile Applications.- Empirical User Studies in the Design of Mobile Distributed Collaborative Applications.- Remote Support to Plastic User Interfaces: a Semantic View.- HyCo Authoring Features .- Design and evaluation of a simple eLearning authoring tool.- Setting Up a Multimodal Dialogue System for Ubiquitous Environments.- Usability Effort: a new concept to measure the usability of an interactive system based on UCD .- Groupware Task Analysis and Distributed Cognition: Task Modeling In a Case of Multiple Users and Multiple Organizations .- Integration of Organisational Patterns into a Group- Centred Methodology.- A spoken interface based on the contextual modelling of smart homes .- Model-Based User Interface Reengineering .- Local Support to Plastic User Interfaces: an Orthogonal Approach.- Using A Dialogue Space for Achieving Lightweight Participatory Design of Collaborative Tools.- Visualizing Shared Highlighting Annotations.- CHILE: A Visual Library Catalog Retrieval Prototype .- Analysing and modelling user tasks in the DomoSim-TPC system to adapt to mobile device .- Microworld Approach to Supervision Activity Modeling in Industrial Processes Control .- Incorporation of users in the Evaluation of Usability by Cognitive Walkthrough .- User-Centered Adaptive Web Sites: A Proposal for the Near Future.- Newspaper Archives on the Semantic Web.- Learning among equals: the use and analysis of KnowCat system to support group work.- Group Learning of Programming by means of Real Time Distributed Collaboration Techniques.- A Proposal of Design for a Collaborative Knowledge Management System by means of Semantic Information.- Contextualized Argumentative Discussion for Design Learning in Group.- A User Interfaces Development and AbstractionMechanisms.- A notation for Goal Driven Interfaces Specification.- Modelling Interactive Systems: an architecture guided by communication objects.
The present book contains a collection of the best papers presented at the 5th International Conference on Interacción Persona Ordenador (IPO) (which is Human Computer Interaction in Spanish), which took place in th th Lleida on May 5 -7 , 2004. This conference was co-organised by the Universitat of Lleida and the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Each year this conference is promoted by the Asociación para la Interacción Persona Ordenador (AIPO), the Spanish Human Computer Interaction Association, in collaboration with the local group of ACM- SIGCHI (CHISPA). In its fifth edition this conference has become a multidisciplinary forum for the discussion and dissemination of novelty research in Human Computer Interaction. The main goals of Interacción 2004 were: To expand the conference scope with internationally recognised invited speakers. The plenary talks were presented by Alan Dix, Yvonne Rogers, Geritt van der Veer, and Angel Puerta. To open the participation to Spanish speaker worldwide in order to be a point of reference of this discipline not only in Spain but also in the wider Spanish speaking community. This goal was reached through a very diverse program which included panels and posters sessions, where many different aspect of the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) were presented. All through the program, research from outside Spain was reflected through the contributions from people of other countries.