New Trends on Human-Computer Interaction: Research, Development, New Tools and Methods by José A. MacíasNew Trends on Human-Computer Interaction: Research, Development, New Tools and Methods by José A. Macías

New Trends on Human-Computer Interaction: Research, Development, New Tools and Methods

EditorJosé A. Macías

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This book comprises a collection of chapters concerning novel research on Human-Computer Interaction. Chapters correspond to high-quality selected papers from Interaccion 2007, the 8th annual conference on Human-Computer Interaction held in Zaragoza, Spain, as part of the II CEDI; the second edition of the Spanish Conference on Informatics, the biggest and most important in Spain.This book is particularly aimed at researchers, advanced HCI students and practitioners. It includes promising works that range from cutting edge paradigms such as Semantic Web Interfaces, Natural Language Processing and Mobile Interaction to new trends and interface-engineering techniques such as User-Centred Design, Usability, Accessibility, Development Methodologies and Emotional User Interfaces. It also provides a specialized learning reference for advanced lectures, involving topics such as Human Factors, Collaborative User Interfaces and Model-based User Interface Design.
Title:New Trends on Human-Computer Interaction: Research, Development, New Tools and MethodsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:180 pagesPublished:October 13, 2010Publisher:Springer LondonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:184996839X

ISBN - 13:9781849968393

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Table of Contents

PrefaceJosé A. Macías, Toni Granollers and Pedro LatorreForewordÁngel PuertaAn Automatic Rule-Based Translation System to Spanish Sign Language (LSE)Sandra Baldassarri and Francisco Royo-SantasInfluence of Binocular Disparity in Depth Perception Mechanisms in Virtual EnvironmentsMatthieu Poyade, Arcadio Reyes Lecuona and Raquel Viciana AbadSemantic Web Interfaces for Newspaper Multimedia Content ManagementFerran Perdrix, Roberto García, Rosa Gil, Marta Oliva and José A. MacíasDesigning an Interactive Installation for Children to Experience Abstract ConceptsAnna Carreras and Narcís ParésDesign of Videogames in Special Education J. L. González Sánchez, M. J. Cabrera, F. L. Gutiérrez, N. Padilla Zea and P. PaderewskiThe InterMod Methodology: An Interface Engineering Process Linked with Software Engineering Stages Begoña Losada, Maite Urretavizcaya and Isabel Fernández-CastroDesigning More Usable Business Models into the RUP William J. Giraldo, Manuel Ortega, Cesar A. Collazos and Toni GranollersA Review of Notations for Conceptual Modelling of Groupware Systems Ana I. Molina, Miguel A. Redondo and Manuel OrtegaConceptual and Practical Framework for the Integration of Multimodal Interaction in 3D WorldsHéctor Olmedo-Rodríguez, David Escudero-Mancebo, Valentín Cardeñoso-Payo, César González-Ferreras and Arturo González-EscribanoDesigning User Interfaces for Collaborative Applications: A Model-Based Approach María Luisa Rodríguez, José Luis Garrido, María Visitación Hurtado, Manuel Noguera and Miguel J. HornosEvaluation of Text Input Techniques in Immersive Virtual Environments Gabriel González, José P. Molina, Arturo S. García, Diego Martínez and Pascual GonzálezDealing with Abstract Interaction Modelling in an MDE Development Process: a Pattern-based ApproachFrancisco Valverde, Ignacio Panach, Nathalie Aquino and Oscar PastorWebA Mobile (Web Analysis Mobile): Assistance Tool for the Design and Evaluation of Websites for Mobile DevicesLuis Mena Tobar, Pedro Latorre Andrés and Elena Lafuente LapenaRequirement Gathering Templates for Groupware Applications Victor M. R. Penichet, Maria D. Lozano, José A. Gallud and Ricardo TesorieroEmotional Speech Synthesis in Spanish for Natural Interaction Sandra Baldassarri, Eva Cerezo and David AnayaAuthor Index

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From the reviews:"Human-computer interaction (HCI) is a hot topic today that concerns both researchers and practitioners. This book presents the latest trends in research on various interaction paradigms. It comprises a foreword, 15 selected papers from Interacción 2008--the main conference of the HCI community in Spain, and in index. . I recommend the book to researchers in HCI, as well as master's and doctoral students who are studying HCI-related topics." (M. Bielikova, ACM Computing Reviews, August, 2009)