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AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference


 
Time and place:
Dunedin, New Zealand
18-22 January, 2004
Editors:
Cockburn, Andy
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:
1-920682-10-4
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References from this conference (2004)

The following articles are from "AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference":

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Articles

p. 101-110

Tse, Edward and Greenberg, Saul (2004): Rapidly Prototyping Single Display Groupware through the SDGToolkit. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 101-110. Available online

p. 111-116

Vernik, Michael, Johnson, Steven and Vernik, Rudi (2004): e-Ghosts: Leaving Virtual Footprints in Ubiquitous Workspaces. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 111-116. Available online

p. 117-122

Wallace, Andrew, Savage, Joshua and Cockburn, Andy (2004): Rapid Visual Flow: How Fast Is Too Fast?. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 117-122. Available online

p. 123-126

Xu, Yong, Yang, Mingjiang, Yan, Yanxin and Chen, Jianfeng (2004): Wearable Microphone Array as User Interface. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 123-126. Available online

p. 15-23

Brewster, Stephen A. and Brown, Lorna M. (2004): Tactons: Structured Tactile Messages for Non-Visual Information Display. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 15-23. Available online

p. 25-31

Cockburn, Andy (2004): Revisiting 2D vs 3D Implications on Spatial Memory. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 25-31. Available online

p. 3

Greenberg, Saul (2004): Enhancing Creativity with (Groupware) Toolkits. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. p. 3. Available online

p. 33-38

Eales, R. T. Jim (2004): A Knowledge Management Approach to User Support. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 33-38. Available online

p. 39-48

Harris, Eric, Fitzpatrick, Geraldine, Rogers, Yvonne, Price, Sara, Phelps, Ted and Randell, Cliff (2004): From Snark to Park: Lessons Learnt Moving Pervasive Experiences From Indoors to Outdoors. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 39-48. Available online

p. 49-56

Hexel, René, Johnson, Chris, Kummerfeld, Bob and Quigley, Aaron J. (2004): 'Powerpoint to the People': Suiting the Word to the Audience. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 49-56. Available online

p. 65-71

Masoodian, Masood and Budd, Daryl (2004): Visualization of Travel Itinerary Information on PDAs. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 65-71. Available online

p. 7-14

Bartlett, Brendan, Estivill-Castro, Vladimir and Seymon, Stuart (2004): Dogs or Robots - Why do Children See Them as Robotic Pets Rather Than Canine Machines?. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 7-14. Available online

p. 73-82

Boyle, Michael and Greenberg, Saul (2004): Display and Presence Disparity in Mixed Presence Groupware. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 73-82. Available online

p. 83-89

Tempero, Ewan D., Noble, James and Biddle, Robert (2004): Delegation Diagrams: Visual Support for the Development of Object-Oriented Designs. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 83-89. Available online

p. 91-100

Todd, Elisabeth G., Kemp, Elizabeth A. and Phillips, Chris (2004): What Makes a Good User Interface Pattern Language?. In: Cockburn, Andy (ed.) AUIC2004 - User Interfaces 2004 - Fifth Australasian User Interface Conference 18-22 January, 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand. pp. 91-100. Available online




 
 

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