Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Volume 1: Cognitive Considerations
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Gavriel Salvendy, Michael J. Smith, Richard J. Koubek
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Volume 1: Cognitive Considerations
HCI v1, 1997.

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	address       = "San Francisco, California, USA",
	editor        = "Gavriel Salvendy and Michael J. Smith and Richard J. Koubek",
	isbn          = "0-444-82183-X",
	publisher     = "{Elsevier}",
	title         = "{Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Volume 1: Cognitive Considerations}",
	year          = 1997,

Contents (212 items)

HCI-CC-1997-Matarazzo #quality #video
Desktop Videoconferencing in a Cooperative Discussion Task: Video Quality and Telepresence Aspect (GM), pp. 3–6.
HCI-CC-1997-BillinghurstBMW #collaboration
Shared Space: Collaborative Information Spaces (MB, SB, EM, SW), pp. 7–10.
Show Actions in TV Conferencing (RZ, HT, YS), pp. 11–14.
HCI-CC-1997-SakairiS #named #network
Helen: A Shared Chalkboard for Low-Bandwidth Networks (TS, MS), pp. 15–18.
HCI-CC-1997-LeeL #internet #multi #named
VEMA: Multi-Agent System for Electronic Commerce on Internet (JGL, ESL), pp. 19–22.
HCI-CC-1997-IkedaOM #adaptation #evolution #multi #ontology
Adaptable Information Clipping Service Supported by Evolving User Profile and Multiple Ontologies (TI, AO, KM), pp. 23–26.
HCI-CC-1997-TanakaMTKY #distributed #symmetry
Tele-Consultation System Supporting Asymmetrical Communications Between Customers and Expert Staff in Distributed Environment (TT, HM, HT, HK, HY), pp. 27–30.
HCI-CC-1997-Dabija #behaviour #communication
Communicating about Reactive Behaviors (VGD), pp. 31–34.
HCI-CC-1997-Nishimura #empirical
Building Cyber-Community-Learning from CyberCampus[TM] Experiment (TN), pp. 35–39.
Post Agreement Utterance: Communications Specific to Media Conferences (KT, HT, YS), pp. 41–44.
HCI-CC-1997-TeraokaA #information management #visualisation
Visualized Information Sharing for Negotiation (TT, MA), pp. 45–48.
HCI-CC-1997-KoisoSYN #communication
Communication Model in Emergency Which Considers Competence, Duty and Responsibility (TK, NS, TY, SN), pp. 49–52.
HCI-CC-1997-SalimM #named #question #what
Groupware: What You See Is What You Need? (SSS, LAM), pp. 53–56.
HCI-CC-1997-Schmidt #concept #design #towards
Cooperative Work: Towards a Conceptual Foundation for CSCW Systems Design (KS), pp. 57–60.
HCI-CC-1997-Yang #development #framework #integration
An Integration Framework for Software Development Environments to Incorporate Task, Team and Tool Perspectives (YY), pp. 61–64.
HCI-CC-1997-EnokiKNESK #implementation
Role-Oriented Organization Model and its Implementation with Agent System (HE, YK, KN, TE, YS, SK), pp. 65–68.
HCI-CC-1997-Pejtersen #approach #communication #information retrieval #network #semantics
A Cognitive Engineering Approach to Cross Disciplinary Exploration of Work Domains and Semantic Information Retrieval in Communication Networks (AMP), pp. 69–72.
HCI-CC-1997-MarkW #coordination #effectiveness
Coordinating Effective Work Routines with Groupware: Intra- and Intergroup Conventions (GM, VW), pp. 73–76.
HCI-CC-1997-SteeleOS #approach #development
A User-Centred Approach to Groupwork Systems Development (RAS, GO, JIAS), pp. 77–80.
HCI-CC-1997-MurakiNSO #information management
Information Sharing Accelerated by Work History Based Contribution Management, Leads to Knowhow Sharing (KM, NN, KS, NO), pp. 81–84.
HCI-CC-1997-Karlsson #design
Design of Train Control System Centre (SK), pp. 85–88.
HCI-CC-1997-SunJYZ #editing #named #prototype
REDUCE: A Prototypical Cooperative Editing System (CS, XJ, YY, YZ), pp. 89–92.
HCI-CC-1997-HolmL #abstraction #communication #modelling #multi
Combining Multiple Abstraction Mechanisms in Communication Modeling (PH, JL), pp. 93–96.
HCI-CC-1997-JasperEJNW #design #intranet #social #using
Using Cooperative Design to Introduce ORDBMS-Driven Intranet Applications to Collaborating Social Service Agencies (JEJ, RDE, TBJ, RN, SW), pp. 97–100.
HCI-CC-1997-CarstensenN #towards
Towards Computer Support for Cooperation in Time-Critical Work Settings (PHC, MN), pp. 101–104.
HCI-CC-1997-Bondarovskaia #interactive
Psychological and Ergonomics Peculiarities of Cross-Cultural Interaction of Computer Users (VMB), pp. 105–108.
HCI-CC-1997-GrinchenkoSLM #integration
Integration of Ukraine into Informational World Space: WWW Presentation Systems (TG, AAS, AL, VM), pp. 109–112.
Teleinformatics in a Global Village-From Baking to IT (GB, WB), pp. 113–116.
User Needs and Support for Community-Based Information Technology Services (BSC), pp. 117–120.
Cross-Cultural Crisis Management Teams in Cyberspace (LD), pp. 121–124.
HCI-CC-1997-KappC #design #interface
Organizational Culture and Ideology in the Design of Complex Computer System Interfaces (EAK, BSC), pp. 125–128.
HCI-CC-1997-CaldwellP #evaluation
Longitudinal Evaluation of Adoption and Use Patterns of Electronic Voice Messaging Systems (BSC, PVP), pp. 129–132.
Simplified English for Computer Displays (JAM, BSC), pp. 133–136.
HCI-CC-1997-Donskoy #adaptation #locality
The Cultural Adaptation Versus Localization (MVD), pp. 137–139.
HCI-CC-1997-Kurosu #how
Wind from East: When Will it Blow and How (MK), pp. 141–144.
HCI-CC-1997-Marcus #design #user interface
Cultural Diversity for User Interface Design: A Progress Report (AM), pp. 145–148.
HCI-CC-1997-PrabhuCBK #locality
Internationalization and Localization for Cultural Diversity (GVP, BC, WB, CK), pp. 149–152.
HCI-CC-1997-PanHS #recognition
Homogeneity of Stimuli and Subjects on Recognition of Unfamiliar Swedish and Chinese Faces (YP, BH, KWS), pp. 153–156.
HCI-CC-1997-LehderAAF #challenge #named
Globalization: Meeting the Challenge (DZL, MGA, NMA, KFM), pp. 157–160.
HCI-CC-1997-ShihG #design #guidelines #question
Do Existing Menu Design Guidelines Work in Chinese? (HMS, RSG), pp. 161–164.
HCI-CC-1997-StephanidisSP #development #interface
Addressing Cultural Diversity Through Unified Interface Development (CS, AS, AP), pp. 165–168.
Evaluating Telecom Icons Among Asian Countries (DPP, KO, JDAA), pp. 169–172.
HCI-CC-1997-ChoongS #design #interface
Design of Computer Interfaces for the Chinese Population (YYC, GS), pp. 173–176.
The Acceptability of Icons Across Countries (JAS, MPS), pp. 177–180.
HCI-CC-1997-LeungC #design #user interface
Cross Cultural Issues in User Interface Design (YKL, KC), pp. 181–184.
HCI-CC-1997-SmithBSA #interface
Ergonomic Systems Engineering: The Human Interface and the Management of International Relations in the 21st Century (JHS, ADB, MJS, GAF), pp. 185–188.
HCI-CC-1997-Marcus97a #design #interface #standard
International User-Interface Standards for Information Superhighways: Some Design Issues (AM), pp. 189–192.
HCI-CC-1997-Alty #interactive
Human Computer Interaction: The Year 2000 and Beyond (JLA), pp. 193–196.
HCI-CC-1997-Long #human-computer #question
Twenty-Five Years of HCI: Growth Without Progress? (JL), pp. 197–200.
HCI-CC-1997-ButeraS #approach #convergence #towards
The Convergence Toward a New Sociotechnical System Approach (FB, TS), pp. 201–204.
HCI-CC-1997-BiksonECM #knowledge-based #process
Knowledge-Based Teams: Technology, Reinvention and Critical Process Redesign (TKB, JDE, SC, DM), pp. 205–208.
HCI-CC-1997-Michelis #challenge #design #problem
Designing Services with ICT: Problems and Challenges (GDM), pp. 209–212.
HCI-CC-1997-MarianiPB #assessment #quality
The Quality of Working Life Assessment (MM, OP, SB), pp. 213–216.
HCI-CC-1997-BrandtH #case study #enterprise #experience
Applying the Sociotechnical Strategy to the Redesign of Organizations: Experiences in German Manufacturing and Service Enterprises (DB, KH), pp. 217–220.
HCI-CC-1997-MajchrzakB #design #lessons learnt #using
Lessons Learned from Using a Computer-Based Tool to Support Sociotechnical Systems Design (AM, BB), pp. 221–224.
HCI-CC-1997-CoppolaBS #design #quality
The Qualit Esprit Project on Sociotechnical Systems (STS) Design and Quality of Working Life (QWL) (BC, FB, TS), pp. 225–228.
HCI-CC-1997-Majchrzak #design
Software to Support Sociotechnical Design: The Case of Top-Integrator (AM), pp. 229–231.
Partizipative Organisation Design-Integrating the Employee into Structural Re-Organisation (SH, SFS, MM, TF), pp. 233–236.
HCI-CC-1997-Taylor #re-engineering
Improving Sociotechnical Systems by Exploiting the Remains of Reengineering (JCT), pp. 237–240.
HCI-CC-1997-StrohmU #analysis #concept #people
Sociotechnical Analysis According to the Concept of People, Technology, Organization (OS, EU), pp. 241–244.
HCI-CC-1997-BadhamM #case study #implementation #tool support #using
Tools for Implementing Socio-Technical Systems: An Australian Case Study and the Use of Handbooks (RB, IM), pp. 245–248.
HCI-CC-1997-Simonsen #design #quality
Working Conditions as Quality in Design Projects (GS), pp. 249–252.
HCI-CC-1997-Brodner #process
The Process of Organisational Learning-Experiences from a Joint Project (PB), pp. 253–256.
HCI-CC-1997-WatersonOC #development
Further Development of a New Method for Task Allocation in Complex Systems (PEW, MTO, CWC), pp. 257–260.
HCI-CC-1997-WaflerGRW #scheduling
Complementary Function Allocation for Scheduling Tasks (TW, GG, CR, AW), pp. 261–264.
HCI-CC-1997-StahreJA #industrial #optimisation #people
Joint Optimization of People and Technology-An Example from the Car Industry (JS, AJ, SA), pp. 265–268.
HCI-CC-1997-VartiainenKPN #optimisation
The Role of Information Support Systems in the Joint Optimization (MV, JJJK, AP, MN), pp. 269–272.
The Presence of Aftereffects (RBW), pp. 273–276.
HCI-CC-1997-LuczakSS #communication #social
Computer Supported Communication and Cooperation-Building Social Environments into Computer Systems (HL, JS, SS), pp. 277–280.
HCI-CC-1997-PaulD #concept #design #multi #privacy
Privacy and Acting in Groups-Key Concepts in Designing Multimedia-Supported Cooperative Work (HP, SD), pp. 281–284.
HCI-CC-1997-Herrmann #modelling #process
Communicable Models for Cooperative Processes (TH), pp. 285–288.
HCI-CC-1997-Angehrn #analysis #framework #platform
An Agent-Centered Framework for the Analysis and Diagnosis of Organizational Groupware Platforms (AAA), pp. 289–292.
HCI-CC-1997-WulfM #development #process
The Emergence of Conventions Within Processes of Integrated Organization and Technology Development (VW, GM), pp. 293–296.
HCI-CC-1997-JoynerSS #evaluation
The Context of Co-operative Working-Generic Issues, and all Evaluation of Some Software for Co-operative Working in a Manufacturing Engineering Engineering Environment (SMJ, CES, MAS), pp. 297–300.
Features of Successful Telecooperation Systems: The Technological Viewpoint (KS), pp. 301–304.
HCI-CC-1997-SchlickHSSW #design
Investigation of Desktop-Teleconferencing Systems in Automotive Design (CMS, DH, JS, JS, MW), pp. 305–308.
HCI-CC-1997-ZieglerB #workflow
Integrating Groupware and Workflow in a Public Administration (JZ, TB), pp. 309–312.
HCI-CC-1997-KlocknerPP #approach #design
A Cooperative Design Approach for CSCW in Ministries (KK, UPB, WP), pp. 313–316.
The Role of Common Information Spaces in CSCW (LJB), pp. 317–320.
HCI-CC-1997-Hamrol #quality
Intelligent System for Quality Control in Manufacturing (AH), pp. 321–324.
HCI-CC-1997-WainwrightLB #agile #enterprise #information management
Information Management for the Agile Enterprise (CEW, RL, KDB), pp. 325–330.
Agility in Case Handling Work (JG), pp. 331–334.
HCI-CC-1997-JungKLS #agile
Diagnostic Methodology for Agile Manufacturing System (HSJ, YK, BGL, NS), pp. 335–338.
HCI-CC-1997-BambaNL #agile
A Participation of Mental Factors in Agile Manufacturing Systems (EB, WN, RL), pp. 339–342.
HCI-CC-1997-KumeSJ #agile #aspect-oriented #visual notation
VDT Task Related Visual Fatigue: Human Aspects of Agile Manufacturing (YK, NS, HSJ), pp. 343–346.
HCI-CC-1997-Carsten #industrial
IT Cultures Within Industrial Production: Organizational Dilemmas (CC), pp. 347–350.
HCI-CC-1997-Bradley #interactive
Interactive Creative Environments (ICE)-Strategic Organizational and Psychosocial Factors (GB), pp. 351–354.
HCI-CC-1997-RobertsonB #development
Competence Development in Ten High Tech Companies in Silicon Valley (MMR, GB), pp. 355–359.
HCI-CC-1997-Carayon #quality
Longitudinal Studies of Quality of Working Life and Stress Among Computer Users (PC), pp. 361–364.
HCI-CC-1997-KuwakinoF #simulation
Longitudinal Study of the Effect of Life and Work Events on Depressive Symptoms, Based on Computer Simulation (MK, YF), pp. 365–368.
Longitudinal Studies of Organizational Change in Administrative Jobs (EJ), pp. 369–372.
HCI-CC-1997-LindstromLS #implementation
Organizational Support and Employee Well-Being in the Implementation of New VDT Application (KL, TL, JS), pp. 373–377.
HCI-CC-1997-Huuhtanen #design
Improving the Design of Longitudinal Studies on Computerization of Offices (PH), pp. 379–382.
HCI-CC-1997-ZauchnerKVW #implementation
The Second Vienna Implementation Study: I. Contextual Factors Modifying the Effects of Continuous Implementations of Information Technology (SZ, CK, OV, AW), pp. 383–386.
HCI-CC-1997-KorunkaZV #implementation
The Second Vienna Implementation Study. II. An Integrative Model (CK, SZ, OV), pp. 387–390.
Computer Assistive Remote Control for the Motor-Impaired User (PEJ), pp. 393–396.
HCI-CC-1997-AraiYIHU #interface #using
An Input Interface System Using VEP for the Physically Challenged (YA, YY, KI, MH, YU), pp. 397–400.
HCI-CC-1997-ItohSY #using #visual notation
A Drawing Support System for the Visually Impaired Computer User Using a Virtual Sound Screen (KI, MS, YY), pp. 401–404.
HCI-CC-1997-EbinaI #approach #user interface
A New Approach to Providing GUI Access for Blind People-Combined Tactile/Voice GUI Access (TE, SI), pp. 405–408.
HCI-CC-1997-Karshmer #tool support
Interdisciplinary Efforts to Facilitate the Production of Tools to Support the Disabled and Elderly in the Information Society (AIK), pp. 409–412.
HCI-CC-1997-Weber #design #education #user interface
Design of Nonvisual User Interfaces for Use in Education (GW), pp. 413–416.
Cross Disability Access to Touch Screen Kiosks and ATMs (GCV), pp. 417–420.
Leadership Issues in the Field of Disability and Technology (HJM), pp. 421–423.
HCI-CC-1997-ShimizuSSSTIY #difference
Differences of Force Distribution Patterns on Grip Types in Human Grasping Motions (SS, MS, SS, YS, AT, YI, MY), pp. 425–428.
HCI-CC-1997-SavidisVS #library
Embedding Scanning Techniques Accessible to Motor-Impaired Users in the WINDOWS Object Library (AS, GV, CS), pp. 429–432.
HCI-CC-1997-SoongB #visual notation
Some Experimental Suggestions to Assist the Visually Handicapped End-Users to Navigate the Information Space (NLS, GB), pp. 433–436.
HCI-CC-1997-AkoumianakisSS #constraints #design #elicitation #interface #people
Interface Design for Disabled People: Eliciting User-Centred Design Constraints (DA, CS, GS), pp. 437–440.
HCI-CC-1997-Bergman #human-computer #standard
The Role of Accessibility in HCI Standards (EB), pp. 441–444.
HCI-CC-1997-GlinertK #interface #multimodal #ubiquitous
MultiModal Multi-Interface Environments for Accessible Ubiquitous Computing (EPG, RLK), pp. 445–448.
HCI-CC-1997-Vanderheiden97a #architecture #interface #using
Use of a Common Table Architecture for Creating Hands Free, Eyes Free, Noisy Environment (Flex-Modal, Flex-Input) Interfaces (GCV), pp. 449–452.
HCI-CC-1997-SavidisAS #adaptation #architecture #implementation #interactive #interface
Software Architecture for Transformable Interface Implementations: Building User-Adapted Interactions (AS, DA, CS), pp. 453–456.
HCI-CC-1997-SavidisS #integration #multi #tool support
Unifying and Merging Toolkits: A Multi-Purpose Toolkit Integration Engine (AS, CS), pp. 457–460.
HCI-CC-1997-SavidisS97a #complexity #declarative #framework #specification
Agent Classes for Managing Dialogue Control Specification Complexity: A Declarative Language Framework (AS, CS), pp. 461–464.
HCI-CC-1997-SavidisSE #design #incremental #interface #physics #polymorphism
Abstract Task Definition and Incremental Polymorphic Physical Instantiation: The Unified Interface Design Method (AS, CS, PLE), pp. 465–468.
HCI-CC-1997-StephanidisAZF #standard #user interface
User Interface Accessibility: A Retrospective of Current Standardisation Efforts (CS, DA, JZ, KPF), pp. 469–472.
HCI-CC-1997-Stephanidis #generative #towards
Towards the Next Generation of UIST: Developing for all Users (CS), pp. 473–476.
HCI-CC-1997-Stary #design #evaluation #user interface
The Role of Design and Evaluation Principles for User Interfaces for All (CS), pp. 477–480.
Access to Information in the Information Society (PLE), pp. 481–484.
HCI-CC-1997-MetakidesGW #user interface
User Interface Software & Technology (UIST) Under ESPRIT: Current Work and Future Directions (GM, AG, JW), pp. 485–488.
HCI-CC-1997-BayehMSCCA #human-computer
Methodology for Studying Complex Ergonomic Interventions for HCI Work (ADB, FBPM, MJS, PC, FTC, PA), pp. 489–492.
HCI-CC-1997-ConwaySLC #health
Psychological Stress and Musculoskeletal Health (FTC, MJS, DL, JC), pp. 493–496.
HCI-CC-1997-ShafferC #identification #question #reduction #why
Identifying Areas for Workload Reduction Through System Changes: Why Bother? (MTS, HKC), pp. 497–500.
Improving Psychosocial Conditions of Telework (PH), pp. 501–504.
HCI-CC-1997-SchmitzNCS #development
Emotional Demands in Musculoskeletal Discomfort: Development of a New Questionnaire (WS, LN, PC, MJS), pp. 505–508.
HCI-CC-1997-NewmanCS #metric
Methodological Issues of Measurement of Psychosocial Work Factors in Computer/Office Work (LN, PC, WS), pp. 509–512.
Work organization Interventions on WRMD’s in Office/Computer Work (MCH, PC, HS, NGS), pp. 513–516.
Perceived Work-Related Risk in Stress and Musculoskeletal Discomfort (HS, PC, FS, MJS), pp. 517–519.
Psychosocial Work Factors and Musculoskeletal Disorders in Office Workers: An Examination of the Mediating Role of Stress (BTK), pp. 521–524.
The Relationship Between Sitting Posture and Musculoskeletal Pain (FBPM, FTC, ADB, MJS, PA), pp. 525–528.
HCI-CC-1997-MatiasS #modelling #predict
Predictive Models of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Among Office Personnel (ACM, GS), pp. 529–532.
HCI-CC-1997-WhisenandE #analysis
Analysis of Cursor Movements with a Mouse (TGW, HHE), pp. 533–536.
HCI-CC-1997-YamamotoHM #evaluation #metric
The Measurement of CNV in the Evaluation of Mental Stress (SY, HH, SM), pp. 537–540.
HCI-CC-1997-ItohMGA #behaviour #process
Analyzing Qualitative Data with SPROT (Structural Process Chart of a Task Oriented Behavior) (MI, YM, SG, TA), pp. 541–544.
Breathing, Psychological Stress, and Musculoskeletal Complaints in VDT Data-Entry Work (LMS, RL, CSP), pp. 545–550.
HCI-CC-1997-PeperHS #assessment #how
How to Use Applied Psychophysiology/Biofeedback in the Prevention and Assessment of Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders (EP, RH, DMS), pp. 551–554.
HCI-CC-1997-ShumayP #approach #using
Healthy Computing: A Comprehensive Group Training Approach Using Biofeedback (DMS, EP), pp. 555–558.
HCI-CC-1997-Suzuki #analysis #development #evaluation #variability
The Application of Heart Rate Variability Analysis on the Evaluation of Mental Strain and its Future Development (KS), pp. 559–562.
HCI-CC-1997-TakedaH #question
Does the Circadian Rhythm of VDT Operators Cause Fluctuations of CFF Value that to Mask Fatigue Variations During Work Load? (MT, YH), pp. 563–566.
HCI-CC-1997-KazumaSNGOS #analysis #evaluation #process
Evaluation of Mental Stress During Tracking Tasks Based on the Analysis of Electrodermal Activity, Blinks and Blood Pressure (HK, MS, YN, HG, YO, MS), pp. 567–570.
HCI-CC-1997-AnkrumS #monitoring #variability
Heart Rate Variability in Eye-Level and Low Monitor Conditions (DRA, KS), pp. 571–574.
HCI-CC-1997-Fukuzumi #using
Discrimination of Living Body Fingers by Using EMG and Finger Pulse Volume (SF), pp. 575–578.
HCI-CC-1997-FunadaYIN #analysis #effectiveness #evaluation #how #human-computer #performance
How Efficient are Combined Tasks for Effective HCI?: An Objective Evaluation Through AR Analysis of EEG (MFF, YY, KI, SPN), pp. 579–582.
Results from the International Cooperative Study: Impact of Ergonomic Interventions on Musculoskeletal, Eyestrain, and Psychosocial Stress (MEPS) (MJD, AA, GH, MT, BGFC), pp. 583–586.
HCI-CC-1997-Aoki #interface #using
An Ergonomical Study on Computer Interface Using Input Devices (MA), pp. 587–590.
HCI-CC-1997-AndoNF #collaboration #symmetry
An Information Kiosk with Asymmetric Collaboration (FA, AN, YF), pp. 591–594.
Effect of the Field-of-View Against Target Ratio in Haptic Exploration (SL), pp. 595–598.
HCI-CC-1997-Blanchard #how #human-computer #interactive #question #standard #what
International Standards on Human-Computer Interaction: What is Out There and How Will it be Implemented? (HEB), pp. 599–602.
HCI-CC-1997-CakDE #design #industrial
An Ergonomic Rendering System for Industrial Design (SC, END, AE), pp. 603–606.
The Effect of Mouse Location on Seated Posture (WRD, GG), pp. 607–610.
HCI-CC-1997-GiladH #design
Keyboard Operations in a Negative Slope Design (IG, SH), pp. 611–614.
HCI-CC-1997-StrasserK #evaluation #rest
Ergonomic Evaluation of a Wrist Rest for VDU Work via Electromyographic Methods (HS, EK), pp. 615–618.
A New Way to Overcome the Uneasy Operation of Touch-Sensitive Displays by Incorporating “Click” Mechanism CC Switch (MM, HH, YS, MK), pp. 619–622.
HCI-CC-1997-Granot #game studies
Ergonomics Knowledge Pyramid: A Computer Based Training Game (RG), pp. 623–626.
HCI-CC-1997-Kjuus #design #health #requirements
Field Studies of Possible Health Effects Related to VDU Work-Epidemiological Design Options and Requirements (MDHK), pp. 627–630.
HCI-CC-1997-AarasHBRT #multi #overview #perspective
A Three Years Follow-up Multidisciplinary Ergonomic Interventions. Overview (AA, GH, HHB, OR, MT), pp. 631–634.
Work Posture and Musculoskeletal Pain (AA, OR, MT), pp. 635–638.
HCI-CC-1997-SaitoJVS #aspect-oriented
Ergonomic Aspects of Flat Panel Display and Large-Size CRT Screen (SS, HJ, MBGV, MS), pp. 639–642.
Fundamental Study on Optimum Working Posture of VDT Workers from the View Point of EMG (YH), pp. 643–646.
HCI-CC-1997-BjorsetA #visual notation
Visual and Lighting Conditions (HHB, AA), pp. 647–650.
Optometric Examination and Correction of VDU Workers (GH, AA), pp. 651–654.
HCI-CC-1997-SkybergSEVG #health #problem
Electric Fields, Dust and Health Problems Among VDU-Users in an Office Environment: An Intervention Program (KS, KS, EW, AIV, LOG), pp. 655–657.
HCI-CC-1997-Sackman #visual notation
The American Computer Plague: Musculo-Skeletal, Visual, Radiation and Psychoneuroimmunological Stress Pandemics at U.S. Computer Workstations (HS), pp. 659–662.
HCI-CC-1997-NilsenS #overview #visual notation
Survey of U.S. Optometrist’s Regarding Prevalence and Treatment of Visual Stress Symptoms (EN, CS), pp. 663–666.
HCI-CC-1997-MatejaP #process
Decision Process of the Current Ergonomic Renewal of Production Systems (BEM, LMP), pp. 667–670.
HCI-CC-1997-RogalinskiT #development
Ergonomic Decision Optimalization in Production System Development (KLR, SRT), pp. 671–674.
HCI-CC-1997-Jasiak #design
Ergonomic Information for Design of Manufacturing Systems (AEJ), pp. 675–677.
HCI-CC-1997-GorskaZ #flexibility
A Flexible Computer System for Ergonomic Diagnosis (EG, JMZ), pp. 679–682.
Barriers and Breakdowns of Computer Integrated Management (MW), pp. 683–685.
Ergonomic Assessments of Workstands as the Basic Information for the Work Conditions Management in Plants (WG), pp. 687–690.
Computer in Shaping of Human Habitat (JC), pp. 691–694.
Application of Ergonomics in Creating of Workplace of Computer’s Operator in Manufacturing (JO), pp. 695–698.
HCI-CC-1997-LewandowskiG #aspect-oriented #enterprise
Ergonomics Aspects of Enterprises (JL, EG), pp. 699–702.
HCI-CC-1997-LewandowskiK #assessment #safety
Method of Assessment of Occupational Safety (JL, CK), pp. 703–706.
HCI-CC-1997-SchaabH #industrial
Application of Ergonomics Principles Within the Semiconductor Industry (JAS, MRH), pp. 707–710.
HCI-CC-1997-RadleBM #performance #variability
The Effects of Task Variability on Mouse Performance (KR, SB, IM), pp. 711–714.
HCI-CC-1997-Silva #interactive #named
Apoptosis: A Regulatory Model of Interaction (ARFdS), pp. 717–720.
HCI-CC-1997-SiauN #case study
An Experimental Study on User Interpretation of Icons (KS, FFHN), pp. 721–724.
4 Super-Events to Tame the Daunting Image-Selections (AB, MP), pp. 725–728.
HCI-CC-1997-ChengK #industrial #re-engineering
Computer Based Engineering Systems Assistance for Manufacturing Industry Re-Engineering (KC, DK), pp. 729–732.
HCI-CC-1997-StutzO #adaptation #modelling
Adaptive Pilot Modeling Within Cockpit Crew Assistance (PS, RO), pp. 733–736.
HCI-CC-1997-FoxBBBB #design
Human Factors Techniques for Designing the Virtual Mission Operations Center (JAF, JB, RB, PB, MB), pp. 737–740.
HCI-CC-1997-RizzoMZB #coordination #design #process
Designing the Information Cooperative for Harmonizing, Coordinating, and Promoting Earth Observation Business Processes (AR, MM, AZ, SB), pp. 741–744.
HCI-CC-1997-RoastS #framework #interface #towards
Towards a Framework for Managing Interface Delay (CR, JIAS), pp. 745–748.
HCI-CC-1997-MatarazzoN #automation #case study
A Human-Oriented Case Study of Office Automation Systems (GM, AN), pp. 749–752.
HCI-CC-1997-LeporeMMPTCT #analysis
Computer-Aided Analysis in Ophthalmological Imaging (DL, FM, GM, MMP, ST, GC, MT), pp. 753–756.
HCI-CC-1997-KindlerDMF #visual notation
Visual Access Tool to the Computer-Based Patient Record (HK, DD, HM, TMF), pp. 757–760.
HCI-CC-1997-MochimaruYYFY #evaluation #navigation
Operatability Evaluation of a Computer Navigation System for Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (MM, JY, YY, YF, KY), pp. 761–764.
HCI-CC-1997-SainfortZK #industrial #multi #quality
Assessing, Computing and Providing Quality of Care Information to Multiple Users: The Nursing Home Industry in the U.S. (FS, DZ, SK), pp. 765–768.
HCI-CC-1997-MarshallG #adaptation #database #interface #multi
Multi Agents to Provide Adaptivity in an Intelligent Interface to a Medical Database (PM, SG), pp. 769–772.
A Computerised System for Training of Medical Doctors in Pre-hospital Rescuing Operation during Emergency Situations (VA), pp. 773–776.
HCI-CC-1997-BextenJH #case study #development #experience
Experiences in the Development of a Medical Expert System (EMzB, MJ, JH), pp. 777–780.
HCI-CC-1997-WolberS #adaptation #aspect-oriented #design #using
Using Psychological Aspects for the Design of Adaptive IT-Tools for Cooperative Engineering (MW, PS), pp. 781–784.
HCI-CC-1997-Al-KhaldiA #empirical
Computer Utilization and Attitude: Empirical Evidence from Saudi Arabia (MAAK, IMAJ), pp. 785–788.
HCI-CC-1997-KojimaYME #adaptation #human-computer #interface #performance
Task Adaptive Electronic Manual as Human-Computer Interface for Business Performance Improvement Support (HK, TY, YM, HE), pp. 789–792.
HCI-CC-1997-WestlanderBH #development #information management #interactive #process
Modes of Interaction Between Businesses and R&D Project Teams in Cognitive Engineering and Information Systems Development. Success and Failures in the Process of Field Studies (GW, TB, SH), pp. 793–796.
HCI-CC-1997-BullingerWS #collaboration #design
Floor Control in Collaborative Design Environments (HJB, JW, OS), pp. 797–800.
HCI-CC-1997-Seppala #case study #experience #information management
Usage of an Integrated Office Information System: Experiences from a Municipal Organization (PKS), pp. 801–804.
HCI-CC-1997-PerusichM #fuzzy #problem #using
Using Fuzzy Cognitive Maps to Define the Search Space in Problem Solving (KP, MDM), pp. 805–808.
HCI-CC-1997-HuZX #design #human-computer #interface
Views on Designing Human-Computer Interface for ELS (WH, WZ, NX), pp. 809–812.
HCI-CC-1997-Lickteig #interactive #performance
Soldier-Computer Interactions and Armor Battalion Performance (CWL), pp. 813–816.
From Participation in ISD to Improvements in Organization (MK, AT), pp. 817–820.
HCI-CC-1997-PaneroLN #how #people
The Computer Use Scale: Four Dimensions of How People Use Computer (JCP, DML, HAN), pp. 821–824.
HCI-CC-1997-KameiMSH #integration
Creating a Source and Target Language Mixed Stage for Integration of Human Knowledge into Machine Translation (SiK, KM, KS, KH), pp. 825–828.
Psychological Upper and Lower Limits of System Response Time and User’s Preference on Skill Level (AK), pp. 829–832.
HCI-CC-1997-Venda #analysis #communication #performance #predict
Ergodynamics in Analysis and Prediction of Communication Efficiency (VFV), pp. 833–836.
HCI-CC-1997-DobronetsSV #identification
Ergodynamic Method of Identification of the Cognitive Strategy Used by the Human-Operator (BSD, AAS, VFV), pp. 837–840.
HCI-CC-1997-TrybusV #adaptation #health
Job Adaptation for a Reverse Transformation Dynamics in Pre-Retirement: A Way to Health and Longevity (RJT, VFV), pp. 841–846.
HCI-CC-1997-Venda97a #assembly #design #industrial #testing
Ergonomic Design and Industrial Testing of the Televised Assembly and Manual Material Handling Workstations with Indirect Observation of Operations (VFV), pp. 847–850.
HCI-CC-1997-Peters #human-computer #safety
Safety and Liability in HCI (GAP), pp. 851–854.
HCI-CC-1997-VendaL #assembly #evaluation #using
Ergonomic Evaluation of Manual Assembly Operations Using Direct and Indirect Observation Workstations in Sitting and Standing Positions (VFV, SSL), pp. 855–858.
HCI-CC-1997-Averboukh #design
Coherent Ergodynamical Design and Technology Transfer of Complex Dynamic Systems (EAA), pp. 859–862.
Professional Training and Work: Planning Transformation Dynamics Throughout Human Life (RJT, VFV), pp. 863–868.

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