*Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction

... is a tool developed to assess users' subjective satisfaction with specific aspects of the human-computer interface. It was ... A Case Study In User Interface Usability Evaluation. Technical Report (CAR-TR-392). College Park, MD: Human-Computer ... Development of an instrument measuring user satisfaction of the human-computer interface. Proceedings of SIGCHI '88, (pp. 213- ... While this questionnaire was a strong step towards focus on users' evaluations of an interface, no empirical work had been done ...

*Implicit data collection

The collection of user-related data in human-computer interaction is used to adapt the computer interface to the end user. The ... Implicit data collection is used in human-computer interaction to gather data about the user in an implicit, non-invasive way. ... The user model is then used to help the application to filter the information for the end user. Such systems are useful in ... The following implicit channels have been used so far to get the affective state of the end user: facial activity posture ...

*Human performance modeling

... were originally applied to model users of computer interfaces, but have since been extended to other areas. They are useful HPM ... user experience/user interface (UX/UI) design, etc. and have been used to model human-system interactions both simple and ... Facing the nonuniform probability that a menu option is selected by a computer user when certain subsets of the items are ... The models can be developed to serve specific purposes - from simulation of an individual using a human-computer interface to ...

*IBM Common User Access

Common User Access (CUA) is a standard for user interfaces to operating systems and computer programs. It was developed by IBM ... "Common User Access - A consistent and usable human-computer interface for the SAA environments" (PDF). (1.95 MiB), by Richard E ... IBM, Systems Application Architecture: Common User Access: Guide to User Interface Design, Document SC34-4289-00 1991 [2] IBM, ... IBM wanted a standard way to interact with text-based user interface software, whether the screen was a dumb terminal connected ...

*Epson QX-10

The keyboard was referred to as HASCI (Human Application Standard Computer Interface) after the user interface with the same ... It advised users to backup their files, but stated that since the process was so slow the computer encouraged them to avoid ... chapter on the theory and philosophy of HASCI Roger Amidon's QX-10 support Page QX-10 User Manual from Epson Obsolete Computer ... It's just too darned slow." The president of one QX-10 user group complained in April that the word processor was "slow ...

*Light-on-dark color scheme

Originally, computer user interface images were formed on CRTs. The phosphor was normally a very dark color, and lit up ... is a color scheme that uses light-colored text on a dark background and is often discussed in terms of computer user interface ... Users who prefer certain color schemes frequently apply their preference to web pages using tools such as Stylish. Blazing ... There are many mechanisms of web architecture that allow designs to work well with any color scheme a user might prefer. This ...

*University of Maryland Human-Computer Interaction Lab

... and evaluates new computer interface technologies, and develops user interfaces and design methods. Primary activities include ... and instruments for evaluating user interface technologies. Its projects are showcased at the annual Human-Computer Interaction ... and zooming user interface (ZUIs). HCIL pioneered[citation needed] technology design methods with and for children, mobile and ... The Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) at the University of Maryland, College Park is one of the oldest and longest running ...

*Interactive evolutionary computation

IEC human-computer interfaces should be carefully designed in order to reduce user fatigue. There is also evidence that the ... taste of coffee or color set of the user interface). The number of evaluations that IEC can receive from one human user is ... Sims, K. (1991), Artificial Evolution for Computer Graphics. Computer Graphics 25(4), Siggraph '91 Proceedings, July 1991, pp. ... Hence, one-user IEC methods should be designed to converge using a small number of evaluations, which necessarily implies very ...

*Handwriting movement analysis

Goal-directed movements in menu selection in computer-user-interfaces. In H.L. Teulings, Van Gemmert, A.W.A. (Eds.), ... Electronic analog computers were used until digital computers came within reach for research: Wang Laboratories, Digital ... laboratory computers to store and process the movement data, and computer software which enables the researcher to do this ... as a package that can be installed on an unknown computer and can be used after a brief familiarization time by other users who ...

*Computer user satisfaction

They identified end-users as users who tend to interact with a computer interface only, while previously users interacted with ... user satisfaction, computer system satisfaction, end user computing satisfaction) is the attitude of a user to the computer ... The term Computer User Satisfaction is abbreviated to user satisfaction in this article. Bailey and Pearson's (1983) 39‑Factor ... In a broader sense, the definition of user satisfaction can be extended to user satisfaction with any computer-based electronic ...

*Earcon

Sumikawa, D.A. (1985). "Guidelines for the integration of audio cues into computer user interfaces". Retrieved 28 March 2011. ... Guidelines for the integration of audio cues into computer user interfaces.' Although the term is most commonly applied to ... The name is a pun on the more familiar term icon in computer interfaces. Icon sounds like "eye-con" and is visual, which ... sound cues in a computer interface, examples of the concept can be seen in broadcast media such as radio and television: The ...

*Ingrid Bachmann

... offered giant knitting needles as a user-computer interface." In an article in Canadian Art Magazine Terence Sharpe writes: " ... She has used bits of yarn to map the internet's under-sea cables, harnessed the computer loom to 'print' seismic activity, ...

*User illusion

The user illusion is the illusion created for the user by a human-computer interface, for example the visual metaphor of a ... desktop used in many graphical user interfaces. The phrase originated at Xerox PARC. Some philosophers of mind have argued that ... ISBN 0-201-48917-1. Tor Nørretranders (1998). The User Illusion: Cutting Consciousness Down to Size. Viking. ISBN 0-670-87579-1 ... issued in a 1998 English edition as The User Illusion: Cutting Consciousness Down to Size. He introduced the notion of ...

*Lock screen

A lock screen is a computer user interface element used by various operating systems. They regulate immediate access to a ... On iOS 7, the slider widget was removed as part of a larger overhaul of the iOS interface, and users can could swipe from any ... Windows NT has offered the ability for users to "lock" their computers by displaying a login window, which requires that the ... At first, Android did not use a gesture-based lock screen, electing to require the user to press the phone's Menu button. On ...

*Visuo-haptic mixed reality

... deal with the efforts to enhance the multi-modal human perception with the user-computer interface and interaction devices at ... A VHMR setup allows the user to perceive visual and kinesthetic stimuli in a co-located manner, i.e., the user can see and ... because the visuo-haptic co-location of the user's hand and a virtual tool improve the sensory integration of multimodal cues ... "Effects of device obtrusion and tool-hand misalignment on user performance and stiffness perception in visuo-haptic mixed ...

*Annual BCI Research Award

Intracortical Microstimulation as a Feedback Source for Brain-Computer Interface Users Thomas J. Oxley, Nicholas L. Opie, Sam E ... Wolpaw, J.R. and Wolpaw, E.W. (2012). Brain-Computer Interfaces: Something New Under the Sun. In: Brain-Computer Interfaces: ... Intracortical Microstimulation as a Feedback Source for Brain-Computer Interface Users Thomas J. Oxley, Nicholas L. Opie, Sam E ... User-appropriate and robust control strategies to enhance brain computer interface performance and usability. Moritz Grosse- ...

*CUA

... a specification for user-computer interfaces, written by IBM Compassionate Use Act, California Proposition 215. ... a form of economic analysis used to guide procurement decisions Common User Access, ...

*Parakey

... is a Web-based computer user interface proposed by Firefox contributors Blake Ross and Joe Hewitt. Ross describes it as ...

*Craig Warren Smith

... that claimed that the real purpose of Digital Technology is to create new human/computer interfaces that distribute the users' ... Human Interface Technology Laboratory) in Seattle. Through his long career, he founded fundamental innovations in three fields ... when he became Senior Adviser to the Human Interface Technology Laboratory led by Thomas A. Furness III, a noted innovator in ...

*Usability engineering

... with human-computer interaction and specifically with devising human-computer interfaces that have high usability or user ... ISBN 978-0-8058-5870-9. User interface engineering Usability User experience design Usability testing World Usability Day ... Usability engineers sometimes work to shape an interface such that it adheres to accepted operational definitions of user ... a practitioner's handbook for user interface design. San Francisco, Calif.: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. ISBN 978-1558605619. ...

*Cut and paste job

While the phrase "cut and paste" today is associated with computer user interface, the phrase predates the computers. For ...

*Hit-testing

Point in polygon Computational geometry Collision detection User interface Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice 2nd ... Hit-testing is used by GUI environments to respond to user actions, such as selecting a menu item or a target in a game based ... In computer graphics programming, hit-testing (hit detection, picking, or pick correlation ) is the process of determining ... whether a user-controlled cursor (such as a mouse cursor or touch-point on a touch-screen interface) intersects a given ...

*Aeroprediction

"User's guide for an Interactive Personal Computer Interface for the 1998 Aeroprediction Code (AP98) ", NSWCDD/TR-98/7, Jun 98 ( ... "Users guide for an Interactive, Personal Computer Interface for the Aeroprediction Code", NSWCDD/TR-94/107, June 1994 (written ... "The 1995 Version of the NSWC Aeroprediction Code: Part II - Computer Program Users Guide and Listing", NSWCDD/TR-94, March 1995 ... "Improved Aeroprediction Code: Part II - Computer Program User's Guide and Listing", NSWCDD TR-93/241, Aug 1993, (written with T ...

*Kevin L. Jackson

Lisa Napoli (October 14, 1997). "Wearable Computers: The User Interface Is You". New York Times. Retrieved January 30, 2013. ... computers, reality can meet society's expectations ... an ideal wearable computer would not only provide a seamless interface ... He served in the US Navy for fifteen years, before becoming a senior business executive in the computer industry. Jackson is ... He later graduated from the Naval War College with an MA National Security & Strategic Studies degree and an MSEE in Computer ...

*Augmented reality-based testing

ARMAR:Augmented Reality for Maintenance and Repair (ARMAR). Columbia University Computer Graphics & User Interfaces Lab. BMW ... reality contact lenses that places images of both the physical world and registered virtual graphical objects over the user's ...

*LuneOS

With a user interface based on direct manipulation, LuneOS is designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as ... smartphones and tablet computers. The OS uses touch inputs that loosely correspond to real-world actions, like swiping, tapping ... LuneOS is the open source successor for Palm/HP webOS where the user interface is rebuilt from scratch by using the latest ...