This book aims at highlighting the influence of the agency perspective in Human-Computer Interaction through a careful selection of research contributions.
Author: Marielba Zacarias
Category: Technology & Engineering
Agent-centric theories, approaches and technologies are contributing to enrich interactions between users and computers. This book aims at highlighting the influence of the agency perspective in Human-Computer Interaction through a careful selection of research contributions. Split into five sections; Users as Agents, Agents and Accessibility, Agents and Interactions, Agent-centric Paradigms and Approaches, and Collective Agents, the book covers a wealth of novel, original and fully updated material, offering: To provide a coherent, in depth, and timely material on the agency perspective in HCI To offer an authoritative treatment of the subject matter presented by carefully selected authors To offer a balanced and broad coverage of the subject area, including, human, organizational, social, as well as technological concerns. ü To offer a hands-on-experience by covering representative case studies and offering essential design guidelines The book will appeal to a broad audience of researchers and professionals associated to software engineering, interface design, accessibility, as well as agent-based interaction paradigms and technology.
Agency From the Perspective of the HCI Some significant HCI research focuses on the analytical frameworks that take into account the needs, motives and objectives of people and how these human conditions are manifested through the ...
Author: Masaaki Kurosu
Publisher: Springer Nature
The three-volume set LNCS 12762, 12763, and 12764 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Human Computer Interaction thematic area of the 23rd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2021, which took place virtually in July 2021. The total of 1276 papers and 241 posters included in the 39 HCII 2021 proceedings volumes was carefully reviewed and selected from 5222 submissions. The 139 papers included in this HCI 2021 proceedings were organized in topical sections as follows: Part I, Theory, Methods and Tools: HCI theory, education and practice; UX evaluation methods, techniques and tools; emotional and persuasive design; and emotions and cognition in HCI Part II, Interaction Techniques and Novel Applications: Novel interaction techniques; human-robot interaction; digital wellbeing; and HCI in surgery Part III, Design and User Experience Case Studies: Design case studies; user experience and technology acceptance studies; and HCI, social distancing, information, communication and work
The cross-sequential approach: a short-term method for studying long-term user experience. ... Understanding, scoping and defining user experience: A survey approach. ... In Human-Computer Interaction: The Agency Perspective (pp.
Author: Constantine StephanidisPublish On: 2018-07-08
Human-Computer Interaction: The Agency Perspective. SCI, vol. 9. Springer, Heidelberg (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-25691-2 Picard, R.: Affective Computing. The MIT Press, Cambridge Becker-Asano, C.: WASABI: Affect ...
Author: Constantine Stephanidis
The three-volume set CCIS 850, CCIS 851, and CCIS 852 contains the extended abstracts of the posters presented during the 20th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCI 2018, which took place in Las Vegas, Nevada, in July 2018. The total of 1171 papers and 160 posters included in the 30 HCII 2018 proceedings volumes was carefully reviewed and selected from 4346 submissions. The 207 papers presented in these three volumes are organized in topical sections as follows: Part I: interaction and information; images and visualizations; design, usability and user experience; psychological, cognitive and neurocognitive issues in HCI; social media and analytics. Part II: design for all, assistive and rehabilitation technologies; aging and HCI; virtual and augmented reality; emotions, anxiety, stress and well-being. Part III: learning and interaction; interacting with cultural heritage; HCI in commerce and business; interacting and driving; smart cities and smart environments.
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Intelligent Human Systems Integration (IHSI 2018): Integrating People and Intelligent Systems, January 7-9, 2018, Dubai, ... In: Human-Computer Interaction: The Agency Perspective, pp.
Author: Waldemar Karwowski
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book reports on research on innovative human systems integration and human-machine interaction, with an emphasis on artificial intelligence and automation, as well as computational modeling and simulation. It covers a wide range of applications in the area of design, construction and operation of products, systems and services, including lifecycle development and human-technology interaction. The book describes advanced methodologies and tools for evaluating and improving interface usability, new models, as well as case studies and best practices in virtual, augmented and mixed reality systems, with a special focus on dynamic environments. It also discusses different factors concerning the human, hardware, and artificial intelligence software. Based on the proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Intelligent Human Systems Integration (IHSI 2018), held on January 7-9, 2018, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the book also examines the forces that are currently shaping the nature of computing and cognitive systems, such as the need for decreasing hardware costs; the importance of infusing intelligence and automation, and the related trend toward hardware miniaturization and power reduction; the necessity for a better assimilation of computation in the environment; and the social concerns regarding access to computers and systems for people with special needs. It offers a timely survey and a practice-oriented reference guide to policy- and decision-makers, human factors engineers, systems developers and users alike.
The perspective an interaction designer chose to take will have consequences for her role and for ways of handling users, ... In the Swedish HCI community, this particular government agency is generally known for its maturity in ...
Author: Peter Forbrig
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The IFIP World Computer Congress (WCC) is one of the most important conferences in the area of computer science at the worldwide level and it has a federated structure, which takes into account the rapidly growing and expanding interests in this area. Informatics is rapidly changing and becoming more and more connected to a number of human and social science disciplines. Human–computer interaction is now a mature and still dynamically evolving part of this area, which is represented in IFIP by the Technical Committee 13 on HCI. In this WCC edition it was interesting and useful to have again a Symposium on Human–Computer Interaction in order to p- sent and discuss a number of contributions in this field. There has been increasing awareness among designers of interactive systems of the importance of designing for usability, but we are still far from having products that are really usable, and usability can mean different things depending on the app- cation domain. We are all aware that too many users of current technology often feel frustrated because computer systems are not compatible with their abilities and needs in existing work practices. As designers of tomorrow’s technology, we have the - sponsibility of creating computer artifacts that would permit better user experience with the various computing devices, so that users may enjoy more satisfying expe- ences with information and communications technologies.
Krämer, N.C., von der Pütten, A., Eimler, S.: Human-agent and human-robot interaction theory: Similarities to and differences from human-human interaction. In: Human-computer interaction: The agency perspective, ...
Author: Jonas Beskow
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, IVA 2017, held in Stockholm, Sweden, in August 2017. The 30 regular papers and 31 demo papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 78 submissions. The annual IVA conference represents the main interdisciplinary scientic forum for presenting research on modeling, developing, and evaluating intelligent virtual agents (IVAs) with a focus on communicative abilities and social behavior.
on Human-Computer Interaction, 4(CSCW2): Article 163, 1–26. https://dl.acm.org /doi/abs/10.1145/3415234. Klein,G. A.(2017). ... In: Zacarias, M. and de Oliveira, J. V., eds., HumanComputer Interaction: The Agency Perspective.
Author: Ben Shneiderman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
In Human-Centered AI, Professor Ben Shneiderman provides an optimistic realist's guide to how artificial intelligence can be used to augment and enhance humans' lives.
Human-Agent and Human-Robot Interaction Theory: Similarities to and Differences from Human-Human Interaction, In: Human-Computer Interaction: The Agency Perspective. Springer, pp.215–240. Kristiansen, P. and Rasmussen, R., 2014.
Author: Christian Maurer
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Category: Business & Economics
The International Student Conference in Tourism Research (ISCONTOUR) offers students a unique platform to present their research and establish a mutual knowledge transfer forum for attendees from academia, industry, government and other organisations. The annual conference, which is jointly organized by the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems and the Management Center Innsbruck, takes place alternatively at the locations Krems and Innsbruck. The conference research chairs are Prof. (FH) Mag. Christian Maurer (University of Applied Sciences Krems) and Prof. (FH) Mag. Hubert Siller (Management Center Innsbruck). The target audience include international bachelor, master and PhD students, graduates, lecturers and professors from the field of tourism and leisure management as well as businesses and anyone interested in cutting-edge research of the conference topic areas. The conference topics include marketing and management, tourism product development and sustainability, information and communication technologies, finance and budgeting, and human resource management.
 P. M. A. Desmet and M. Hassenzahl, “Towards happiness: Possibilitydriven design,” in Human-computer interaction: The agency perspective, M. Zacarias and J. V. de Oliveira, Eds. New York, NY: Springer, 2012, pp. 1–27.