Human-Computer Interaction: Psychonomic Aspects by Gerrit C. van der VeerHuman-Computer Interaction: Psychonomic Aspects by Gerrit C. van der Veer

Human-Computer Interaction: Psychonomic Aspects

byGerrit C. van der VeerEditorGijsbertus Mulder

Paperback | December 21, 2011

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This book is the final product of a conference organized at the Free Univer­ sity, Amsterdam, by some members of the Dutch Human Performance Group and sponsored by the Dutch Psychonomic Society. We first of all thank the Society for financially supporting this publication, and the Free University for providing technical support. P.J.G. Keuss, A.A.J. Mannaerts, and W. Hulstijn, members of the organizing commitee, and J.A. Michon and W. Molenaar collaborated with the editors in defining the fields dealt with at the conference and in the book and in getting together the team of authors. All the chapters in this volume have been reviewed by a team of external referees, who generously spent their time to improve the readability, coher­ ence, and scientific standard of the work as a whole: H. Bogers, Institute for Experimental Psychology, University of Groningen, The Netherlands; P. Innocent, Leicester Polytechnic, UK; G.A.M. Kempen, Institute for Cogni­ tion Research and Information Technology, Nijmegen, The Netherlands; J. Moraal, Institute for Perception RVO/TNO, Soesterberg, The Netherlands; I.M. van Oorschot, Department of Economics, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; G.R.E. Ouweneel, Institute for Experimental Psychology, Haren, The Netherlands; J.G.W. Raaymakers, Institute for Perception RVO/TNO, Soesterberg, The Netherlands; G. Rohr, IBM Science Center, Heidelberg, FRG; M.J. Tauber, Department of Computer Science, University of Paderborn, FRG; Y. Waern, Department of Psychology, University of Stockholm, Sweden; G. d'Ydewalle, Department of Psychology, University of Leuven, Belgium.
Title:Human-Computer Interaction: Psychonomic AspectsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:458 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.01 inPublished:December 21, 2011Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642734049

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Table of Contents

The Presentation of Visual Information: Visual Aspects.- 1. The Legibility of Visual Display Texts.- 2. The Use of Color in Visual Displays.- 3. Visual Fatigue with Work on Visual Display Units: The Current State of Knowledge.- 4. Visual Comfort as a Criterion for Designing Display Units.- The Presentation of Visual Information: Statistical Aspects.- 5. Displaying Statistical Information - Ergonomic Considerations.- 6. Factors Influencing the Detection of Trend Deviations on VDTs.- The Presentation of Visual Information: Linguistic Aspects.- 7. Visual Presentation of Text: The Process of Reading from a Psycholinguistic Perspective.- 8. The Effect on Reading Speed of Word Divisions at the End of a Line.- 9. Document Processing.- The Representation of Knowledge.- 10. A Comparison of Presentation and Representation: Linguistic and Pictorial.- 11. Structuring Knowledge in a Graph.- 12. Knowledge Representation Techniques in Artificial Intelligence: An Overview.- 13. Tree Doctor, a Software Package for Graphical Manipulation and Animation of Tree Structures.- 14. Textvision: Elicitation and Acquisition of Conceptual Knowledge by Graphic Representation and Multiwindowing.- 15. Development of Mental Models of an Office System: A Field Study on an Introductory Course.- Expert Systems and Artificial Intelligence.- 16. Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Psychology: A New Look at Human Factors.- 17. Knowledge and Expertise in Expert Systems.- 18. Architectures for Production Systems: An Inside Look for Those Who Study Human-Computer Interaction.- Interaction with Information Systems: Input Aspects.- 19. A Provisional Evaluation of a New Chord Keyboard, the Velotype.- 20. Real-time Processing of Cursive Writing and Sketched Graphics.- 21. Automatic Identification of Writers.- 22. The Use of Speech in Man-Machine Interaction.- Searching for Information in Information Systems.- 23. Search Strategies in Internal and External Memories.- 24. Keywords Instead of Hierarchical Menus.- The Use of Natural Language in Interaction with Information Systems.- 25. Natural Language Communication with Computers: Some Problems, Perspectives, and New Directions.- Appendix: Color Plates.