Volume 64, Number 1, January 2006
Volume 64, Number 2, February 2006
- Heshan Sun, Ping Zhang:
The role of moderating factors in user technology acceptance.
- Kasper Hornbæk:
Current practice in measuring usability: Challenges to usability studies and research.
- Jantawan Noiwan, Anthony F. Norcio:
Cultural differences on attention and perceived usability: Investigating color combinations of animated graphics.
- Julien Cegarra, Jean-Michel Hoc:
Cognitive styles as an explanation of experts' individual differences: A case study in computer-assisted troubleshooting diagnosis.
- Shih-Wen Hsiao, Jyh-Rong Chou:
A Gestalt-like perceptual measure for home page design using a fuzzy entropy approach.
Volume 64, Number 3, March 2006 Interaction with virtual environments
- John R. Wilson:
Interaction with virtual environments.
- John R. Wilson, Mirabelle D'Cruz:
Virtual and interactive environments for work of the future.
- Hilko Hoffmann, Oliver Stefani, Harshada Patel:
Extending the desktop workplace by a portable virtual reality system.
- Jukka Rönkkö, Jussi Markkanen, Raimo Launonen, Marinella Ferrino, Enrico Gaia, Valter Basso, Harshada Patel, Mirabelle D'Cruz, Seppo Laukkanen:
Multimodal astronaut virtual training prototype.
- Victor Bayon, Gareth Griffiths, John R. Wilson:
Multiple decoupled interaction: An interaction design approach for groupware interaction in co-located virtual environments.
- Harshada Patel, Oliver Stefani, Sarah Sharples, Hilko Hoffmann, Ioannis Karaseitanidis, Angelos Amditis:
Human centred design of 3-D interaction devices to control virtual environments.
- Dimitris Grammenos, Alexandros Mourouzis, Constantine Stephanidis:
Virtual prints: Augmenting virtual environments with interactive personal marks.
- Gareth Griffiths, Sarah Sharples, John R. Wilson:
Performance of new participants in virtual environments: The Nottingham tool for assessment of interaction in virtual environments (NAÏVE).
- Ioannis Karaseitanidis, Angelos Amditis, Harshada Patel, Sarah Sharples, Evangelos Bekiaris, Alexander H. Bullinger, Jolanda G. Tromp:
Evaluation of virtual reality products and applications from individual, organizational and societal perspectives - The "VIEW" case study.
- Harshada Patel, Sarah Sharples, Séverine Letourneur, Emma Johansson, Hilko Hoffmann, Jean Lorisson, Dennis Saluäär, Oliver Stefani:
Practical evaluations of real user company needs for visualization technologies.
Volume 64, Number 4, April 2006
- Kirsten N. Whitley, Laura R. Novick, Doug Fisher:
Evidence in favor of visual representation for the dataflow paradigm: An experiment testing LabVIEW's comprehensibility.
- Xudong Luo, Nicholas R. Jennings, Nigel Shadbolt:
Acquiring user tradeoff strategies and preferences for negotiating agents: A default-then-adjust method.
- Agneta Gulz, Magnus Haake:
Design of animated pedagogical agents - A look at their look.
- Chris Crockford, Harry W. Agius:
An empirical investigation into user navigation of digital video using the VCR-like control set.
- Pedram Sadeghian, Mehmed M. Kantardzic, Oleksandr Lozitskiy, Walaa Sheta:
The frequent wayfinding-sequence (FWS) methodology: Finding preferred routes in complex virtual environments.
- Alistair G. Sutcliffe, Sri Kurniawan, Jae Eun Shin:
A method and advisor tool for multimedia user interface design.
Volume 64, Number 5, May 2006
- Jonathan Ling, Paul van Schaik:
The influence of font type and line length on visual search and information retrieval in web pages.
- Johannes Petersen, Michael May:
Scale transformations and information presentation in supervisory control.
- Victoria S. Uren, Simon Buckingham Shum, Michelle Bachler, Gangmin Li:
Sensemaking tools for understanding research literatures: Design, implementation and user evaluation.
- Richard D. Johnson, George M. Marakas, Jonathan W. Palmer:
Differential social attributions toward computing technology: An empirical investigation.
- Stephen J. Payne, William R. Reader:
Constructing structure maps of multiple on-line texts.
- Francesco Curatelli, Chiara Martinengo:
A powerful pseudo-syllabic text entry paradigm.
Volume 64, Number 6, June 2006
Volume 64, Number 7, July 2006 Theoretical and empirical advances in groupware research
Volume 64, Number 8, August 2006
- Nicola Cranley, Philip Perry, Liam Murphy:
User perception of adapting video quality.
- Matthias Nückles, Anna Ertelt:
The problem of describing a problem: Supporting laypersons in presenting their queries to the Internet-based helpdesk.
- Michael Bauerly, Yili Liu:
Computational modeling and experimental investigation of effects of compositional elements on interface and design aesthetics.
- Juan Carlos Roca, Chao-Min Chiu, Francisco José Martínez:
Understanding e-learning continuance intention: An extension of the Technology Acceptance Model.
- Elizabeth Sillence, Pamela Briggs, Peter Harris, Lesley Fishwick:
A framework for understanding trust factors in web-based health advice.
- Sudhendar Hanumantharao, Martha Grabowski:
Effects of introducing collaborative technology on communications in a distributed safety-critical system.
- Elpiniki Papageorgiou, Chrysostomos D. Stylios, Peter P. Groumpos:
Unsupervised learning techniques for fine-tuning fuzzy cognitive map causal links.
- Anna Dickinson, Peter Gregor:
Computer use has no demonstrated impact on the well-being of older adults.
- Mark Howell, Steve Love, Mark Turner:
Visualisation improves the usability of voice-operated mobile phone services.
- Catherine S. Weir, James N. Anderson, Mervyn A. Jack:
On the role of metaphor and language in design of third party payments in eBanking: Usability and quality.
Volume 64, Number 9, September 2006 Special Section:
Human-computer interaction research in the management information systems discipline
- Wolmet Barendregt, Mathilde M. Bekker, Don Bouwhuis, Ester Baauw:
Identifying usability and fun problems in a computer game during first use and after some practice.
- Wenhui Liao, Weihong Zhang, Zhiwei Zhu, Qiang Ji, Wayne D. Gray:
Toward a decision-theoretic framework for affect recognition and user assistance.
- Henriette C. van Vugt, Johan F. Hoorn, Elly A. Konijn, Athina de Bie Dimitriadou:
Affective affordances: Improving interface character engagement through interaction.
- Meng Hsiang Hsu, Chia-Hui Yen, Chao-Min Chiu, Chun-Ming Chang:
A longitudinal investigation of continued online shopping behavior: An extension of the theory of planned behavior.
- Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Duye Chen:
Effects of watermark and music on mobile message advertisements.
- Kim Man Lui, Keith C. C. Chan:
Pair programming productivity: Novice-novice vs. expert-expert.
- Jung-Yu Lai:
Assessment of employees' perceptions of service quality and satisfaction with e-business.
Volume 64, Number 10, October 2006
- Antti Oulasvirta, Pertti Saariluoma:
Surviving task interruptions: Investigating the implications of long-term working memory theory.
- Kwan Min Lee, Younbo Jung, Jaywoo Kim, Sang Ryong Kim:
Are physically embodied social agents better than disembodied social agents?: The effects of physical embodiment, tactile interaction, and people's loneliness in human-robot interaction.
- Nicole J. J. P. Koenderink, Jan L. Top, Lucas J. van Vliet:
Supporting knowledge-intensive inspection tasks with application ontologies.
- Yael Fisher, Orit Bendas-Jacob:
Measuring Internet usage: The Israeli case.
- Hilary Johnson, Lucy Carruthers:
Supporting creative and reflective processes.
- Aline Chevalier, Maud Kicka:
Web designers and web users: Influence of the ergonomic quality of the web site on the information search.
- David Dinka, Jonas Lundberg:
Identity and role - A qualitative case study of cooperative scenario building.
- Sissel Guttormsen Schär, Johannes Kaiser:
Revising (multi-) media learning principles by applying a differentiated knowledge concept.
Volume 64, Number 11, November 2006
- Noam Tractinsky, Avivit Cokhavi, Moti Kirschenbaum, Tal Sharfi:
Evaluating the consistency of immediate aesthetic perceptions of web pages.
- Alexander Serenko:
The use of interface agents for email notification in critical incidents.
- Will Bridewell, Javier Nicolás Sánchez, Pat Langley, Dorrit Billman:
An interactive environment for the modeling and discovery of scientific knowledge.
- Cheri Speier:
The influence of information presentation formats on complex task decision-making performance.
- Robert P. Schumaker, Ying Liu, Mark Ginsburg, Hsinchun Chen:
Evaluating mass knowledge acquisition using the ALICE chatterbot: The AZ-ALICE dialog system.
- Udo Konradt, Timo Christophersen, Ute Schaeffer-Kuelz:
Predicting user satisfaction, strain and system usage of employee self-services.
- Clara Mancini, Simon Buckingham Shum:
Modelling discourse in contested domains: A semiotic and cognitive framework.
Volume 64, Number 12, December 2006
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