Volume 11, Number 1, December 1998 Temporal Aspects of Usability
Volume 11, Number 2, December 1998
Volume 11, Number 3, March 1999
Volume 11, Number 4, April 1999 Virtual Reality and User's Issues
- Mark Pendergast, Kregg Aytes, James D. Lee:
Supporting the group creation of formal and informal graphics during business process modeling.
- Stella Mills, Jan Noyes:
Virtual reality: an overview of User-related Design Issues.
- T. Conkar, Jan Noyes, C. Kimble:
CLIMATE: A framework for developing holistic requirements analysis in Virtual Environments.
- Kulwinder Kaur, Neil A. M. Maiden, Alistair G. Sutcliffe:
Interacting with virtual environments: an evaluation of a model of interaction.
- Christian Krapichler, Michael Haubner, Andreas Lösch, Dietrich Schuhmann, Marcus Seemann, Karl-Hans Englmeier:
Physicians in virtual environments multimodal human-computer interaction.
- Stella Mills, Maria Madalena T. de Araújo:
Learning through virtual reality: a preliminary investigation.
Volume 11, Number 5, May 1999 Usability and Educational Software Design and Human Error and Systems Development (Part 1)
Volume 11, Number 6, June 1999 Human Error and Systems Development (Part 2)
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- Colin Chambers, Peter R. Croll, M. Bowell:
A study of incidents involving programmable electronic safety-related systems.
- David Trepess, Tony Stockman:
A classification and analysis of erroneous actions in computer supported co-operative work environment.
- Heather W. Allen, Marcey L. Abate:
Work process analysis: a necessary step in the development of decision support systems. An aviation safety case study.
- Neil A. M. Maiden, Shailey Minocha, Alistair G. Sutcliffe, Darrel Manuel, Michele Ryan:
A co-operative scenario based approach to acquisition and validation of system requirements: How exceptions can help!
- Stephen Viller, John Bowers, Tom Rodden:
Human factors in requirements engineering: A survey of human sciences literature relevant to the improvement of dependable systems development processes.
- Paul Beynon-Davies:
Human error and information systems failure: the case of the London ambulance service computer-aided despatch system project.