Human-Computer Interaction: 4th International Conference, EWHCI '94, St. Petersburg, Russia, August 2 - 5, 1994. Selected Papers
Brad Blumenthal, Juri Gornostaev, Claus Unger
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 26, 1994 - Computers - 248 pages
This volume presents the proceedings of the Fourth East-West Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, EWHCI '94, held in St. Petersburg, Russia in August 1994.
One of the main objectives of EWHCI is to foster professional and personal contacts between researchers in the former Soviet Union and researchers from the rest of the world.
The volume contains revised versions of the 20 best papers selected from the 37 papers accepted for presentation at the conference and covers three basic themes: theoretical and empirical underpinnings of HCI, implemented systems, and the relationship of HCI to other fields. The papers are organized in sections on foundations of HCI, empirical studies and applications, environments, architectures, learning and teaching, and hypertext.
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Foundations Objectives Potential
A Paradigm Case of Theory in Software Design
Empirical Study on the Use of a KnowledgeBased System for Selecting Standard Engineering Components
Positive Effects of Sound Feedback During the Operation of a Plant Simulator
Evaluation of a UserAdapted Performance Support System
User Acceptance of Abstract and Concrete Icon Styles
Exploring Graphical Feedback in a Demonstrational Visual Shell
Autogenerating Documented Command Line Interfaces
Extending Programming by Demonstration with Hierarchical Event Histories
Hierarchical Design of User Interfaces
Conflict Resolution in ComputerSupported Cooperative Design
Observations Principles and Research Issues
Supporting Collaborative Learning through the Use of Electronic Conversational Props
A KnowledgeBased Authoring System for HypermediaBased Learning Environments
Connecting Examples with General Knowledge
Cultivating and Harvesting Semantic Coherence in SMIsC Hypertext Networks
An Environment to Support Usability Engineering
Specification and Generation of User Interfaces with the BOSSSystem
An Architecture for Object Oriented User Interfaces
Seven Challenges and an Empirical Study
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