Volume 55, Number 1, July 2001
Cognitive Modelling and HCI
Frank E. Ritter
, Richard M. Young
: Embodied models as simulated users: introduction to this special issue on using cognitive models to improve interface design.
Michael D. Byrne
: ACT-R/PM and menu selection: applying a cognitive architecture to HCI.
Dario D. Salvucci
: Predicting the effects of in-car interface use on driver performance: an integrated model approach.
Volume 55, Number 2, August 2001
Volume 55, Number 3, September 2001
: Explanation and exploration Visualizing the topology of web information systems.
: Increasing the visualization realism by frame synchronization between the VRML browser and the panoramic image viewer.
Volume 55, Number 4, October 2001
Human Factors Symposium
: Human factors in the digital world enhancing life style-the challenge for emerging technologies.
: Requirements trawling: techniques for discovering requirements.
: An approach to requirements analysis for decision support systems.
Roger R. Hall
: Prototyping for usability of new technology.
: Talking and writing-how natural in human-machine interaction?
: International standards for HCI and usability.
: Empowered participation of users with disabilities in R&D projects.
, Gary Burnett
: Evaluating the human-machine interface to vehicle navigation systems as an example of ubiquitous computing.
: Virtual reality for interactive training: an industrial practitioner's viewpoint.
: Human factors - the challenges facing Europe.
: Luddism for the twenty-first century.
Volume 55, Number 5, November 2001
Volume 55, Number 6, December 2001
: Declarative representation of strategic control knowledge.
: Internet dependency and psychosocial maturity among college students.