Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Human Computer Interaction

New Developments

The book consists of 20 chapters, each addressing a certain aspect of human-computer interaction. Each chapter gives the reader background information on a subject and proposes an original solution. This should serve as a valuable tool for professionals in this interdisciplinary field. Hopefully, readers will contribute their own discoveries and improvements, innovative ideas and concepts, as well as novel applications and business models related to the field of human-computer interaction. It is our wish that the reader consider not only what our authors have written and the experimentation they have described, but also the examples they have set.

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Human Computer InteractionNew DevelopmentsEdited by Kikuo Asai

Published: October 1st 2008

DOI: 10.5772/56895

ISBN: 978-953-7619-14-5

Copyright year: 2008

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54898 Total Chapter Downloads

18 Crossref Citations

21 Web of Science Citations

43 Dimensions Citations

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1. Improving Human-Computer Interaction by Developing Culture-Sensitive Applications Based on Common Sense Knowledge

By Junia Coutinho Anacleto and Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho

1950

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2. The Role of Head-Up Display in Computer-Assisted Instruction

By Kikuo Asai

1904

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3. Searching and Analysis of Interface and Visualization Metaphors

By Vladimir L. Averbukh, Mihkail O. Bakhterev, Aleksandr Yu. Baydalin, Dmitriy Yu. Gorbashevskiy, Damir R. Ismagilov, Alexey Yu. Kazantsev, Polina V. Nebogatikova, Anna V. Popova and Pavel A. Vasev

3355

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4. Non-intrusive Physiological Monitoring for Affective Sensing of Computer Users

By Armando Barreto

2392

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5. Mobile Design Guidelines in the Context of Retail Sales Support

By Rainer Blum, Karim Khakzar and Werner Winzerling

2649

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6. Envisioning Improved Work Practices and Associated Technology Requirements in the Context of the Broader Socio-technical System

By Joan Cahill

1916

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7. The Adaptive Automation Design

By Caterina Calefato, Roberto Montanari and Francesco Tesauri

3501

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8. How Workstyle Transitions Influence the Tools' Perceptions of Use

By Pedro Campos

1591

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9. Modeling Human-Computer Interaction in Smart Spaces: Existing and Emerging Techniques

By Yngve Dahl

3137

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10. Mobile Interaction Design: Techniques for Early Stage In-Situ Design

By Marco de Sa, Luis Carrico and Carlos Duarte

3290

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11. Application Prospects of the Augmented Reality Technology for Improving Safety of Machine Operators

By Marek Dzwiarek and Anna Luczak

2118

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12. Miniaturized Human 3D Motion Input

By Kynan Eng

2305

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13. Modeling Query Events in Spoken Natural Language for Human-Database Interaction

By Omar U. Florez and SeungJin Lim

2299

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14. HCI Design Patterns for Mobile Applications Applied to Cultural Environments

By R. Tesoriero, J. A. Gallud, M. D. Lozano and V. M. R. Penichet

5115

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15. Touchscreen Software Keyboard for Finger Typing

By Kentaro Go and Yuki Endo

4618

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16. Structured Light Illumination Methods for Continuous Motion Hand and Face-computer Interaction

By Charles J. Casey, Laurence G. Hassebrook and Daniel L. Lau

3365

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17. Head-mounted Displays in Ultrasound Scanning

By Juha Havukumpu, Jari Takatalo, Gote Nyman and Jukka Hakkinen

2604

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18. Adaptive Real-Time Image Processing for Human-Computer Interaction

By Bogdan Kwolek

2499

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19. A Tool for Getting Cultural Differences in HCI

By Ruediger Heimgaertner

2246

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20. Detecting and Exploiting User Familiarity in Natural Language Human-computer Dialogue

By Ludovic Le Bigot, Philippe Bretier and Patrice Terrier

2044

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