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.
- Robert St. Amant, Mark O. Riedl:
A perception/action substrate for cognitive modeling in HCI.
- 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
- Eugenio Alberdi, Julie-Clare Becher, Kenneth J. Gilhooly, Jim Hunter, Robert Logie, Andy Lyon, Neil McIntosh, Jan Reiss:
Expertise and the interpretation of computerized physiological data: implications for the design of computerized monitoring in neonatal intensive care.
- Marilyn G. Kletke, Jane M. Mackay, Steve H. Barr, Beata Jones:
Creativity in the organization: the role of individual creative problem solving and computer support.
- Arno Scharl:
Explanation and exploration Visualizing the topology of web information systems.
- Chomtip Pornpanomchai, Dentcho N. Batanov, Nicholas Dimmitt:
Recognizing Thai handwritten characters and words for human-computer interaction.
- Malcolm Ware, Eibe Frank, Geoffrey Holmes, Mark Hall, Ian H. Witten:
Interactive machine learning: letting users build classifiers.
- Ivo Düntsch, Günther Gediga, Ewa Orlowska:
Relational attribute systems.
- Jiung-Yao Huang:
Increasing the visualization realism by frame synchronization between the VRML browser and the panoramic image viewer.
- Paul Mulholland, Zdenek Zdráhal, John Domingue, Marek Hatala, Ansgar Bernardi:
A methodological approach to supporting organizational learning.
- Hazel Lacohée, Ben Anderson:
Erratum: Interacting with the telephone.
Volume 55, Number 4, October 2001 Human Factors Symposium
Volume 55, Number 5, November 2001
Volume 55, Number 6, December 2001
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