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Pub. period:2005-2009
Pub. count:5
Number of co-authors:9



Co-authors

Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:

Chris R. Roast:2
Andy Dearden:1
Mehmet B. zcan:1

 

 

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Amir M. Naghsh's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Chris Roast:24
Andy Dearden:11
Andrew Warr:6
 
 
 

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Amir M. Naghsh

 

Publications by Amir M. Naghsh (bibliography)

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2009
 
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Naghsh, Amir M. and Roast, Chris R. (2009): User interfaces for robots swarm assistance in emergency settings. In: Proceedings of the HCI09 Conference on People and Computers XXIII 2009. pp. 324-328. Available online

In this paper, we describe the development processes adopted for effective human centred design in the context of developing a human robot interface. The human robot interactive setting represents a significant development challenge on two counts: interaction is to be with a swarm of autonomous robots, and; the robots are to assist the process of search and rescue as carried out by fire fighters committed into the-field of incident. The paper goes on to illustrate an approach to design evaluation motivated by user centred design objectives. The conclusion from studies illustrate that the complex nature of professional practice in the high risk settings has significant influences upon the fitness for purpose. Overall we are able to show that despite the complexity of effective user engagement in development we are able to apply user centred principles productively.

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Danielsson, Karin, Naghsh, Amir M., Gumm, Dorina and Warr, Andrew (2008): Distributed participatory design. In: Proceedings of ACM CHI 2008 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems April 5-10, 2008. pp. 3953-3956. Available online

Over the years a consensus has developed that involving users directly in the software development process can lead to more useful and usable systems. This has found its clearest expression in the Participatory Design (PD) movement. However, a limitation of PD is that it has primarily focused on project stakeholders being co-located, whereas in recent years we are starting to see software development projects involve more distributed collaborations. This workshop is aimed at researchers and practitioners with an interest to overcome the challenges of performing PD in distributed design teams. Several critical issues need examination in order to understand the usefulness and constraints of distributed participatory design (DPD).

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Naghsh, Amir M., Gancet, Jeremi, Tanoto, Andry and Roast, Chris (2008): Analysis and Design of Human-Robot Swarm Interaction in Firefighting Operations. In: RO-MAN August 1-3, 2008, Munich, Germany. . Available online

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Naghsh, Amir M. and Roast, Chris R. (2008): Designing user interaction with robots swarms in emergency settings. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction 2008. pp. 519-522. Available online

In this paper, we describe the development processes adopted for effective human centred design in the context of developing a human robot interface. The human robot interaction context is that of a working with a swarm of autonomous robots being developed to assist the process of search and rescue as carried out by fire fighters. The paper illustrates an approach to early design evaluation motivated by user centred design objectives. The conclusion from the study illustrates the value of early experiential feedback. In particular we show that the complex nature of professional practice in the high risk settings has significant influences upon the fitness for purpose.

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2005
 
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Naghsh, Amir M., Dearden, Andy and zcan, Mehmet B. (2005): Investigating Annotation in Electronic Paper-Prototypes. In: Gilroy, Stephen W. and Harrison, Michael D. (eds.) DSV-IS 2005 - Interactive Systems, Design, Specification, and Verification, 12th International Workshop July 13-15, 2005, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. pp. 90-101. Available online

 
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