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Pub. period:1992-2009
Pub. count:13
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Anna Leonova:2
Irina Blinnikova:1
Alexander Belyshkin:1

 

 

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Victor Kaptelinin:26
Anna Leonova:3
 
 
 

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Ivan Burmistrov

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20+ years of human-computer interaction research in academia and usability engineering in software industry. Last 15 years on UX managerial positions. Universal expert in all areas of user experience research and user-centered design. Ivan pioneered HCI research and usability engineering since late 80s. Currently he is head of interUX Usability Engineering Studio (Tallinn, Estonia) and a researcher at the Laboratory of Work Psychology at Moscow State University. His current research is focused on the study of interruptions in human-computer interaction and he maintains a website on this topic, www.interruptions.net. In 2004-2007 he was Chair of RusCHI, Central Russia SIGCHI local chapter.

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Burmistrov, Ivan (2009): Mobile air ticket booking. In: Norros, Leena, Koskinen, Hanna, Salo, Leena and Savioja, Paula (eds.) ECCE 2009 European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics Designing beyond the Product Understanding Activity and User Experience in Ubiquitous Environments 30 September-2 October, 2009, Otaniemi, Finland. pp. 115-118.

Online air ticket booking is a cognitively complex task even on fully-functional internet-access devices such as desktops, representing a repetitive multi-parametric search in the flights database and then browsing long lists of flights found, consisting of different carriers, prices, dates and times, to create an optimal combination of outbound and inbound flights. We present the results of research into prospective users of mobile air ticketing, a set of domain-specific user interface design guidelines, and a wireframe design for mobile air ticket booking application.

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Burmistrov, Ivan (2006): A new destination for offshore usability: Russia?. In Interactions, 13 (2) pp. 22-24.

10.1145/1116715.1116733

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Burmistrov, Ivan, Kopylov, Alexey, Dneprovsky, Platon and Perevalov, Yaroslav (2004): HCI and usability in Russia. In: Proceedings of CHI2004 Extended Abstracts 2004. pp. 1021-1022.

This paper presents the bird's-eye-view of the development and growth of HCI and usability within academia and industry in Russia. The paper also highlights the challenges facing Russian HCI and usability community.

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Burmistrov, Ivan and Leonova, Anna (2003): Do interrupted users work faster or slower? The micro-analysis of computerized text editing task. In: Human-Computer Interaction Theory and Practice Part I Proceedings of HCI International 2003, Vol. 1 2003. pp. 621-625.

Previous research on the effects of interruptions on the speed of performing the computerized tasks gave rather non-homogeneous results: many authors insist that interrupted users always complete tasks slower than when performing the same tasks without interruption, but others showed that interrupting a user during some categories of tasks caused that user to complete the tasks faster. The micro-analysis of concrete text editing operations conducted in our experimental study revealed the difference between the effects of interruptions on cognitively simple and cognitively complex tasks. While the performance of simple tasks was not influenced by interruptions, interruptions slowered complex task performance. The task re-orientation after the interruption was found to be responsible for performance degradation.

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2001
 
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Kuznetsova, Alla, Kapitsa, Maria, Blinnikova, Irina, Burmistrov, Ivan, Belyshkin, Alexander and Firsov, Konstantin (2001): Psychological support of work safety and labor protection. In: Keyser, Veronique De and Leonova, Anna (eds.). "Error Prevention and Well-Being at Work in Western Europe and Russia: Psychological Traditions and New Trends". Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publisherspp. 177-203

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Burmistrov, Ivan (1999): Developing a workstation for stocktraders. In: People in Control - International Conference on Human Interfaces in Control Rooms 1999. pp. 298-301.

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Burmistrov, Ivan (1997): Script-based spatial user interface: An approach to supporting operators of process control systems. In: Harris, Don (ed.). "Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, Vol. 2: Job Design and Product Design". Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Companypp. 421-428

In this paper we propose a novel approach to the interface design for process control industries aimed at support of operators problem-solving activities. The interface is based on a script approach to human problem solving and uses spatial representation of the experts procedural knowledge. We describe a prototype intelligent user interface for real-time control systems, the Flexible Script Interface (FSI), which is designed to recommend the correct sequence of actions appropriate in relation to the actual task. FSI is implemented with an interactive script graph which represents a task structure and canalizes users problem-solving behaviour. The prototype system combines 3D computer graphics visualization technology with decision support and cognitive engineering to produce an intelligent graphic interface for operators of real-time supervisory control systems, such as those used in power production and industrial process control.

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1996
 
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Burmistrov, Ivan and Leonova, Anna (1996): Effects of interruptions on the computerised clerical task performance. In: Gornostaev, Juri and Overmyer, Scott (eds.) Human-Computer Interaction Human Aspects of Business Computing Proccedings of EWHCI96 1996. pp. 21-29.

This paper presents results of an exploratory experimental study of the effects of interruptions on the execution of computerised clerical tasks, provides classification of interruption handling strategies, and gives some recommendations for the user interface design for frequently interrupted work conditions.

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Burmistrov, Ivan (1996): Operator interface in process control: Introducing 3D graphics and virtual reality into decision support systems. In: Gornostaev, Juri and Overmyer, Scott (eds.) Human-Computer Interaction Human Aspects of Business Computing Proceedings of EWHCI96 1996. pp. 82-98.

This paper proposes an interaction style, the Flexible Script Interface (FSI), which is designed to recommend the correct sequence of actions appropriate in relation to the problem-solving tasks. FSI is an intelligent interaction style that is based on the script approach to problem solving and is implemented with an interactive script graph which represents a task structure and canalises user's problem-solving behaviour. The prototype system combines 3D computer graphics visualisation technology with decision support and cognitive engineering to produce an intelligent graphic interface for operators of real-time supervisory control systems, such as those used in power production and industrial process control. We describe the theoretical background, domains, architecture and implementation of the first proof-of-concept prototype.

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1993
 
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Brusilovsky, Peter, Burmistrov, Ivan and Kaptelinin, Victor (1993): Structuring the Field of HCI: An Empirical Study of Expert Representations. In: East-West International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Proceedings of the EWHCI93 1993. pp. 18-28.

In this paper we present results of empirical study of HCI field based on the free sorting technique with subsequent cluster analysis. Eight proven HCI experts participated in the study proposing classifications of papers presented at the EWHCI'92 conference. The results showed satisfactory degree of consensus between the experts and high level of interpretability of group data. Some important findings are discussed. The results of our study could be useful for HCI conference organizers in their activity on arrangement of papers to special conference sessions.

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1992
 
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Burmistrov, Ivan (1992): SpreadWin: An object oriented user interface for psychological assessment. In: Proceedings of East-West Conference on Human-Computer Interaction EW HCI92 1992. pp. 286-296.

This paper describes a novel approach to user interface for psychological assessment systems. The proposing SpreadWin interface is based on a consequent use of the object model for the static structuring and the mechanism of propagation of changes through the hierarchy of informationally-related objects for the dynamic structuring of the user interface. Paper focuses on the user interface for assessment management system that plays the key role in the integrated assessor's work place.

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Burmistrov, Ivan (1992): Flexible Script Interface: An intelligent spatial interaction style. In: Veer, Gerrit van der (ed.) Proceedings of ECCE 1992 1992. pp. 219-229.

 
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Shmeliov, Alexander and Burmistrov, Ivan (1992): ExSort and DCS: Prototype program shells using psychosemantic approach to concept acquisition, representation and assessment. In: Proceedings of East-West Conference on Emerging Computer Technologies in Education 1992. pp. 46-51.

 
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Publication statistics

Pub. period:1992-2009
Pub. count:13
Number of co-authors:12



Co-authors

Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:

Anna Leonova:2
Irina Blinnikova:1
Alexander Belyshkin:1

 

 

Productive colleagues

Ivan Burmistrov's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Peter Brusilovsky:63
Victor Kaptelinin:26
Anna Leonova:3
 
 
 

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