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AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference


 
Time and place:
Melbourne, Victoria
January-February, 2002
Editors:
Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R.
Conf. description:
The Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC) is a technology-focused forum for user interface researchers and practitioners from Australia and New Zealand, and throughout the world. The conference, which is one of several conferences that constitute the Australasian Computer Science Week, provides an opportunity for workers in the areas of HCI, CSCW, and pervasive computing to meet with colleagues and with others in the broader computer science community.
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Series:
This is a preferred venue for people like Robert Biddle, James Noble, Bruce H. Thomas, Andy Cockburn, and John C. Grundy. Part of the AUIC - Australasian User Interface Conference conference series.
ISBN:
0-909-92585-2
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References from this conference (2002)

The following articles are from "AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference":

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p. 1-7

Rees, Michael J. (2002): Evolving the Browser Towards a Standard User Interface Architecture. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 1-7. Available online

p. 13-20

Thomas, Bruce H., Slay, Hannah and Vernik, Rudi (2002): Tangible User Interaction Using Augmented Reality. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 13-20. Available online

p. 21-27

Phillips, Chris and Kemp, Elizabeth A. (2002): In Support of User Interface Design in the Rational Unified Process. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 21-27. Available online

p. 29-38

Biddle, Robert and Noble, James (2002): Program Visualisation for Visual Programs. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 29-38. Available online

p. 39-42

Marshall, Stuart, Biddle, Robert and Tempero, Ewan D. (2002): How (Not) To Help People Test Drive Code. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 39-42. Available online

p. 43-54

Lindsay, Peter A. and Connelly, Simon (2002): Modelling Erroneous Operator Behaviours for an Air-Traffic Control Task. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 43-54. Available online

p. 55-59

Butts, Lee and Cockburn, Andy (2002): An Evaluation of Mobile Phone Text Input Methods. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 55-59. Available online

p. 61-70

Piekarski, Wayne and Thomas, Bruce H. (2002): The Tinmith System - Demonstrating New Techniques for Mobile Augmented Reality Modelling. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 61-70. Available online

p. 71-80

Grundy, John C., Wang, Xing and Hosking, John G. (2002): Building Multi-Device, Component-based, Thin-client Groupware: Issues and Experiences. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 71-80. Available online

p. 9-12

Apperley, Mark and Plimmer, Beryl (2002): Computer-Aided Sketching to Capture Preliminary Design. In: Grundy, John C. and Calder, Paul R. (eds.) AUIC2002 - User Interfaces 2002 - Third Australasian User Interface Conference January-February, 2002, Melbourne, Victoria. pp. 9-12. Available online




 
 

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