These papers address the latest research and development efforts and highlight the human aspects of design and use of computing systems. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the entire field of human-computer interaction, addressing major advances in knowledge and effective use of computers in a variety of application areas.
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Managing Personal Information with Private, Accountable Crowdsourcing Nicolas P. Kokkalis, 2013 Designing Visual Text Analysis Methods to Support Sensemaking and Modeling Jason Chuang, 2013 Reshaping Reminiscence, Web Browsing, and Web Search Using Personal Digital Archives Sudheendra Hangal, 2012 video.
International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Search within this conference. 2018 HCI 2018. 15-20 July;. 51 Papers; 1 Volume; Human-Computer Interaction: Interaction Technologies. 73 Papers; 1 Volume;. 2013 HCI 2013. 21-26 July; Las Vegas, NV, USA.
CHI 2013 broke all records, with 3442 attendees from 54 countries, half of whom attended CHI for the first time. This conference was made possible with an enormous outpouring of effort from the entire CHI community. We would like to thank the 211-member CHI 2013 Program committee, who met for two days to discuss and select 392 research papers from 1963 submissions (20% acceptance rate).
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The thesis consists of five published research papers and a summary. In the summary, current focus of research is addressed from the perspective of research methods and re-search purpose. Furthermore, the notions of human-computer interaction design and emerging technologies are discussed and two central distinctions are introduced. Firstly.
Open Thesis Topics Who are We? The Center for Human-Computer Interaction is a research center located in Itzling, Salzburg. We are a multi-disciplinary group, with expertise ranging from Computer Science to Clinical Psychology, and from Educational Science to Interaction Design. The Center has always valued its role in education, and has had.
This paper discusses the research that has been done in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) relating to human psychology. A brief overview of HCI is presented. Specific examples of research in the areas of icons and menus are then reviewed. The results of these.
This paper has explored the gap in HCI research between the Child-Computer Interaction community (considering children) and the main-stream HCI community (considering adults), and has identified a wide range of opportunities and areas for exploration in the field of TeenComputer - Interaction.
Human-Computer Interaction: An Empirical Research Perspective is the definitive guide to empirical research in HCI. The book begins with foundational topics including historical context, the human factor, interaction elements, and the fundamentals of science and research.
Through a review of 68 research papers this work maps the trends, themes, findings and methods of empirical research on speech interfaces in HCI.. of this research i n the human-computer.
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At the 2014 CHI conference, my group published a paper that presented a bibliometric analysis of the conference itself over the past 20 years ().The extent to which the conference reflects the entire field of HCI is debatable, but it is acknowledged that this is the flagship conference of the field.Jeff Huang Faculty. Jeff is an assistant professor in computer science, with a Ph.D. from the University of Washington. His work involves decoding users' behavioral data to drive novel applications. Jeff's research areas span human-computer interaction and information retrieval, across the domains of mobile devices, self-tracking, games, and web search.Ranking for Top Scientists in Computer Science and Electronics 2020, 6th Edition; Ranking for Top Scientists in Computer Science and Electronics 2019, 5th Edition.