HCI International 2011

9-14 July 2011, Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, Orlando, Florida, USA
 
 

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08:00 – 10:00  Coffee Break  10:30 – 12:30  Lunch Break  13:30 – 15:30  Coffee Break  16:00 – 18:00


08:00 – 10:00
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S001: New Prospective of the Research for Tactile & Haptic Interactions
Room: Park
Chair(s): Sakae Yamamoto, Tokyo University of Science, Japan; Miwa Nakanishi, Keio University, Japan

  • Development of Tactile and Haptic Systems for U.S. Infantry Navigation and Communication
    Linda Elliott, US Army Research Laboratory, United States; Elmar Schmeisser, US Army Research Office, United States; Elizabeth Redden, US Army Research Laboratory, United States.
  • Characteristics of Information Transmission Rates Using Noncontact Tactile Display
    Kentaro Kotani, Masayoshi Hayashi, Nobuki Kido, Takafumi Asao, Kansai University, Japan.
  • Effects of Joint Acceleration on Rod’s Length Perception by Dynamic Touch
    Takafumi Asao, Yuta Kumazaki, Kentaro Kotani, Kansai University, Japan.
  • Applicability of Touch Sense Controllers Using Warm and Cold Sensations
    Miwa Nakanishi, Keio University, Japan; Sakae Yamamoto, Tokyo University of Science, Japan.
  • Characteristics of Comfortable Sheet Switches on Control Panels of Electrical Appliances: Comparison using Older and Younger Users
    Yasuhiro Tanaka, Keio University, Japan; Yuka Yamazaki, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan; Masahiko Sakata, Mitsubishi Electric Group, Central Melco Corporation, Japan; Miwa Nakanishi, Keio University, Japan.
  • Information Processing for Constructing Tactile Perception of Motion: a MEG Study
    Ayumi Nasu, Kentaro Kotani, Takafumi Asao, Kansai University, Japan; Seiji Nakagawa, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST), Japan.
  • Study on Haptic Interaction with Digital Map on Mobile Device
    Daiji Kobayashi, Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; Yoshitaka Asami, Sakae Yamamoto, Tokyo University of Science, Japan.

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S002: Ontologies, Semantic Web and Interaction
Room: Lexington
Chair(s): Asterios Leonidis, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece;

  • A Methodology to Develop a Clinical Ontology for Healthcare Business
    Mario Macedo, IPT, Portugal; Pedro Isaías, Universidade Aberta, Portugal.
  • Interacting with Semantics: A User-Centered Visualization Adaptation based on Semantics Data
    Kawa Nazemi, Matthias Breyer, Jeanette Forster, Fraunhofer, Germany; Dirk Burkhardt, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany; Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • My Personal User Interface: A Semantic User-Centric Approach to Manage and Share User Information
    Till Plumbaum, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany; Katja Schulz, Martin Kurze, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Germany; Sahin Albayrak, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
  • Dynamic Interface Reconfiguration based on Different Ontological Relations
    Elisa Chiabrando, Roberto Furnari, Pierluigi Grillo, Silvia Likavec, Ilaria Lombardi, Universita di Torino, Italy.
  • Technology-Based Decision-Making Support System
    Hanmin Jung, Mikyoung Lee, Pyung Kim, Won-Kyung Sung, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Korea.

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Human-Computer Interaction

S003: Children-Computer Interaction
Room: Lake
Chair(s): Jamshid Beheshti, McGill University, Canada;

  • How Children Can Design the Future
    Mona Leigh Guha, Allison Druin, University of Maryland, United States; Jerry Alan Fails, Montclair State University, United States.
  • A Comparison of Children’s and Adults’ Retrieval Performances and Affective Reactions when using a Conventional Interface and an Information Visualization Interface
    Andrew Large, Jamshid Beheshti, McGill University, Canada.
  • Following the Signs: Children’s Use of Visual Cues to Facilitate Website Evaluation
    Valerie Nesset, University at Buffalo (SUNY), United States.
  • Evaluating Leading Web Search Engines on Children’s Queries
    Dania Bilal, Rebekah Ellis, University of Tennessee, United States.
  • An Interface for Opportunistic Discovery of Information for Young People
    Jamshid Beheshti, Andrew Large, McGill University, Canada.
  • The Interaction of Children's Concepts about Agents and their Ability to use an Agent-Based Tutoring System.
    Alicia Hymel, Daniel Levin, Jonathan Barrett, Megan Saylor, Gautam Biswas, Vanderbilt University, United States.
  • Influence of Gender and Age on the Attitudes of Children Towards Humanoid Robots
    Fang-Wu Tung, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.

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S004: Rich Application Technologies and Rich User Experiences
Room: Jackson
Chair(s): Tobias Komischke, Infragistics, Inc., United States; Xianjun Sam Zheng, Siemens Corporate Research, United States

  • The Impact of Rich Application Frameworks on User Experience Design
    Tobias Komischke, Infragistics, Inc., United States.
  • Streamlining User Experience Design and Development: Roles, Tasks and Workflow of Applying Rich Application Technologies
    Xianjun Sam Zheng, Mo Wang, Gilberto Matos, Shaopeng Zhang, Siemens Corporate Research, United States.
  • Trends, Challenges and Promises of Rich Experience on Mobile Devices
    Yihsiu Chen, Verizon Wireless, United States.
  • Enhanced User Experience in Managing Personal Finances
    Cindy Lu, iNautix USA, United States.
  • Design and Rich Application Frameworks
    Kevin Richardson, Electronic Ink, United States.
  • Designing Interaction Concepts, Managing Customer Expectation and Mastering Agile Development in Rich Application Product Development
    Marcela Esteves, Vladimir Andrade, Siemens Corporate Research, United States.

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S005: Advanced System Architecture in the Social Context (I)
Room: Liberty
Chair(s): Yoshio Nakatani, Ritsumeikan University, Japan; Shogo Nishida, Osaka University, Japan

  • Activity Recognition for Risk Management with Installed Sensor in Smart and Cell Phone
    Nobuchika Sakata, Shogo Nishida, Daisuke Honda, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Method for Cultivating the “Inquiry-mindset” Using the Information Access-based Belief Bias Parameter
    Kyoko Ito, Yuki Ito, Shogo Nishida, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Development of Information Filtering Systems for Disaster Prevention
    Yoshinori Hijikata, Tsutomu Yamanaka, Yuya Tanaka, Shogo Nishida, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Proposal of BCM Evaluation Method Based on Disaster Scenario Simulation
    Ryuhei Kaneko, Yoshio Nakatani, Ritsumeikan University, Japan.
  • Beginner Driver Support System for Merging into Left Main Lane
    Yuki Nakamura, Yoshio Nakatani, Ritsumeikan University, Japan.
  • Proposal of Collaborative Learning Support Method in Risk Communications
    Hiroshi Yajima, Naohisa Tanabe, Tokyo Denki University, Japan.
  • Control Error Analysis of Computerized Operational Enviornment in Nuclear Power Plants
    Seung Jun Lee, Jaewhan Kim, Seung-Cheol Jang, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Korea.

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S006: HCI in MIS
Room: Dixie
Chair(s): Scott McCoy, College of William and Mary, United States;

  • Visual Hierarchy and Viewing Behavior: An Eye Tracking Study
    Soussan Djamasbi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States; Marisa Siegel, Thomas Tullis, Fidelity Investments, United States.
  • Investigating Online Advertising in Chile
    Scott McCoy, College of William and Mary, United States; Cristóbal Fernández Robin, Jose Luis Cortes, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile.
  • Why Virtual Job Recruitment Is Not Well Accepted by Generation Y?—A Case Study on Second Life
    Eleanor Loiacono, Soussan Djamasbi, Bengisu Tulu, Oleg Pavlov, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, United States.
  • Are MIS Students Learning What They Need to Land a Job?
    Andrea Everard, University of Delaware, United States; Brian Jones, Tennessee Technological University, United States; Scott McCoy, College of William and Mary, United States.
  • Toward An Understanding of a Computerized Monitoring System Failure: An Interpretive Approach
    Nathan Johnson, Yibai Li, Fengchun Tang, Saonee Sarker, Washington State University, United States.
  • An Enriched Understanding of Why the Environment and Individual Characteristics are Important in Understanding Technology Utilization in Healthcare: An Evolutionary Psychology Perspective
    Chon Abraham, College of William and Mary, United States; Iris Junglas, Accenture Research Institute for High Performance, United States.
  • Distance Education at the Graduate Level: A Viable Alternative?
    Brian Jones, Tennessee Technological University, United States; Andrea Everard, University of Delaware, United States; Scott McCoy, College of William and Mary, United States.

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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S007: Human Factors and Aviation Safety
Room: Union
Chair(s): Wen-Chin Li, National Defense University, Taiwan;

  • Rule Fragmentation in the Airworthiness Regulations: A Human Factors Perspective
    Don Harris, HFI Solutions Ltd, United Kingdom.
  • The Number of Trials with Target Affects the Low Prevalence Effect
    Fan Yang, Xianghong Sun, Kan Zhang, Biyun Zhu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China.
  • Applied Cognitive Ergonomics Design Principles for Fighter Aircraft
    Jens Alfredson, Johan Holmberg, Rikard Andersson, Maria Wikforss, Saab, Sweden.
  • Exploring the Relationship among Dimensions of Flight Comprehensive Capabilities Based on SEM
    Ruishan Sun, Yang Li, Civil Aviation University of China, P.R. China.
  • Analysis of Mental Workload during En-route Air Traffic Control Task Execution based on Eye-Tracking Technique
    Caroline Martin, Université de Toulouse / DGAC, DTI R&D, France; Julien Cegarra, Université de Toulouse, France; Philippe Averty, DGAC, DTI R&D, France.

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Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S008: Sociocultural Aspects in Monolingual and Multilingual Human-Computer Interaction
Room: Hamilton
Chair(s): Christina Alexandris, University of Athens, Greece;

  • Multilingual aspects of reference and gaze
    Kristiina Jokinen, University of Helsinki, Finland.
  • Greek Verbs and User Friendliness in the Speech Recognition and the Speech Production Module of Dialog Systems for the Broad Public
    Christina Alexandris, Ioanna Malagardi, University of Athens, Greece.
  • Greek WordNet and Its Extension with Terms of the Computer Science Domain
    Panagiotis Blitsas, Maria Grigoriadou, University of Athens, Greece.
  • A Multitasking Approach to Adaptive Spoken Dialogue Management
    Tobias Heinroth, Dan Denich, Wolfgang Minker, Ulm University, Germany.
  • Integration of a Spanish-to-LSE Machine Translation System into an e-learning Platform
    Fernando Lopez-Colino, Javier Tejedor, Jordi Porta, Jose Colas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.
  • I can’t Hear You? Driver’s Interacting with Male or Female Voices in Native or Non-Native Language
    Ing-Marie Jonsson, Linköping University, Sweden; Nils Dahlbäck, Linkoping University, Sweden.

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S009: Inclusive Interaction Interfaces
Room: Nassau
Chair(s): Patrick Langdon, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom;

  • Evaluating the Design, Use and Learnability of Household Products for Older Individuals
    Christopher Wilkinson, Patrick Langdon, P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • Eliciting Interaction Requirements for Adaptive Multimodal TV based Applications
    Carlos Duarte, Jose Coelho, Pedro Feiteira, David Costa, Daniel Costa, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Accessible UI Design and Multimodal Interaction through Hybrid TV Platforms: Towards a Virtual-user Centered Design Framework
    Pascal Hamisu, Fraunhofer, Germany; Gregor Heinrich, vsonix GmbH, Germany; Christoph Jung, Volker Hahn, Fraunhofer, Germany; Carlos Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal; Patrick Langdon, Pradipta Biswas, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • The Contribution of Multimodal Adaptation Techniques to the GUIDE Interface
    Jose Coelho, Carlos Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Older User Errors in Handheld Touchscreen Devices: to What Extent is Prediction Possible?
    Mike Bradley, Patrick Langdon, P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • Standardizing User Models
    Pradipta Biswas, Patrick Langdon, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • Modelling Cognitive Impairment to Improve Universal Access
    Elina Jokisuu, Patrick Langdon, P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • An Approach Towards Considering Users' Understanding in Product Design
    Anna Mieczakowski, Patrick Langdon, P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.

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S010: Conversational Robots in HCI
Room: Palm Beach
Chair(s): Hirotada Ueda, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan;

  • An Experiment for Motivating Elderly People with Robot Guided Interaction
    Ryohei Sasama, Tomoharu Yamaguchi, Keiji Yamada, NEC Corporation, Japan.
  • Investigation of Users’ Reactions Toward Various Kinds of Artificial Agents: Comparison of an Robotic Agent with an On-screen Agent
    Takanori Komatsu, Yuuki Seki, Shinshu University, Japan; Ryohei Sasama, Tomoharu Yamaguchi, Keiji Yamada, NEC Corporation, Japan.
  • Importance of Physical Interaction between Human and Robot for Therapy
    Takanori Shibata, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST), Japan.
  • Building of Turn-taking Avatars that Express Utterance Attitudes - A Social Scientific Approach to Behavioral Design of Conversational Agents -
    Masahide Yuasa, Naoki Mukawa, Tokyo Denki University, Japan.
  • An Experimental Study of the Use of Multiple Humanoid Robots as a Social Communication Medium
    Kotaro Hayashi, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; Takayuki Kanda, ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Laboratories, Japan; Hiroshi Ishiguro, Osaka University, Japan; Tukasa Ogasawara, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; Norihiro Hagita, Nara Institute of Science and Technology / ATR Intelligent Robotics & Communication Labs, Japan.
  • Phynocation: A Prototyping of a Teaching Assistant Robot for C Language Class
    Akihiro Ogino, Haruaki Tamada, Hirotada Ueda, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan.
  • User Modeling through Unconscious Interaction with Smart Shop
    Toshikazu Kato, Chuo University, Japan.

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S011: Stakeholder -Driven Process Management
Room: Taylor
Chair(s): Christian Stary, Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria; Albert Fleischmann, jCOM1 AG, Germany

  • Key Features of Subject-Oriented Modeling and Organizational Deployment Tools
    Albert Fleischmann, jCOM1 AG, Germany; Christian Stary, Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria.
  • A Genesis of Thinking in the Evolution of Ancient Philosophy and Modern Software Development
    Stephan Sneed, Metasonic AG, Germany.
  • Relationship between BPM Education and Business Process Solutions: Results of a Student Contest
    Werner Schmidt, University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt, Germany.
  • Stakeholder-driven Business Process Management - An Evaluation of the Suitability, Adequacy and Effectiveness of Quality and Process Management
    Michael Jungen, Consultant, Germany.
  • Seeing the Wood for the Trees Again! SMART - A Holistic Way of Corporate Governance Offering a Solution Ready to Use
    Fritz Bastarz, Patrick Halek, INFOMEDIA services GmbH, Austria.
  • Making Task Modeling Suitable for Stakeholder-Driven Workflow Specifications
    Peter Forbrig, Anke Dittmar, Jens Brüning, Maik Wurdel, University of Rostock, Germany.
  • Crisis Management Training: Techniques for Eliciting and Describing Requirements and Early Designs across Different Incident Types
    Ebba Thora Hvannberg, Jan Rudinsky, University of Iceland, Iceland.

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Virtual and Mixed Reality

S012: Developing Virtual Environments (I)
Room: Jade
Chair(s): Jan-Torsten Milde, Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany;

  • MSL_AR Toolkit: AR Authoring Tool with Interactive Features
    Jinwook Shim, Jong-Hoon Seo, Tack-Don Han, Yonsei University, Korea.
  • Semantic Web-Techniques and Software Agents for the Automatic Integration of Virtual Prototypes
    Rafael Radkowski, Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Germany; Florian Weidemann, University of Paderborn, Germany.
  • Mesh Deformations in X3D via CUDA with Freeform Deformation Lattices
    Yvonne Jung, Holger Graf, Johannes Behr, Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Acceleration of Massive Particle Data Visualization Based on GPU
    Hyun-Rok Yang, Kyung-Kyu Kang, Dongho Kim, Soongsil University, Korea.
  • Stroke-based Semi-automatic Region of Interest Detection Algorithm for In-situ Painting Recognition
    Youngkyoon Jang, Woontack Woo, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea.
  • Virtual Reality as Knowledge Enhancement Tool for Musculoskeletal Pathology
    Sophia Sakellariou, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, United Kingdom; Vassilis Charissis, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom; Stephen Grant, NHS Ayrshire and Arran, United Kingdom; Janice Turner, Diane Kelly, NHS Education for Scotland, United Kingdom; Christodoulos Christomanos, Core Lab + Ltd. Software Developing Group, United Kingdom.
  • Touching Sharp Virtual Objects Produces a Haptic Illusion
    Andrea Brogni, Darwin Caldwell, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy; Mel Slater, University College London, UK / ICREA-Universidad de Barcelona, Spain.

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Internationalization, Design and Global Development

S013: Cultural Design Issues
Room: Sarasota
Chair(s): Hsiu-Ping Yueh, National Taiwan University, Taiwan;

  • Design and Construction of SNS Platform and "Working Room" for Community for fostering Japanese teachers
    Masayuki Murakami, Naoki Nakamata, Kumiko Nakanishi, Kikuko Yui, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Japan.
  • Design Ethics Education in Taiwan: A Study of Syllabi of Ethics-Related Courses
    Manlai You, Yingying Lee, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • Cultural Effects on Arabic Electronic TV
    Maysoon Abulkhair, Heba Abdrabu, Hanadi Aljada’ani, Sultana Alsahafi, Reem Alsaggaf, King AbdulAziz University, Saudi Arabia.
  • Animating our Island’s Culture – Spreading and Socializing our Island’s Culture through Digital Animation
    Flavio Andalo, Milton Vieira, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil.
  • The Cultural Integration of Knowledge Management into Interactive Design
    Javed Sheikh, Bob Fields, Elke Duncker, Middlesex University, United Kingdom.
  • Computer Usage and User Experience in Jordan: Development and Application of the Diamond Model of Territorial Factors
    Fuad El-Qirem, Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, Jordan; Gilbert Cockton, Northumbria University, United Kingdom.

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S014: Mobile & Internet @ User Experience
Room: Orange
Chair(s): Hong Ji, China Telecom Corp., Ltd., P.R. China;

  • A Proposal of a Model to Evaluate the Usability Performance of the Product with Different Patterns
    Danxin Li, Tingzi Ouyang, Ning Yang, China Telecom Corp., Ltd., P.R. China.
  • A Study on the Reference Standard for WAP-specific Chinese Character Design
    Ning Yang, Xuling Xu, Fengguo Guo, China Telecom Corp., Ltd., P.R. China.
  • The Solution of Mobile Phone Client Product Usability Evaluation
    Hong Ji, Weiwen Zhou, Fengguo Guo, China Telecom Corp., Ltd., P.R. China.
  • Reading Chinese in eBook Readers: a Review
    Liang Ma, P.L. Patrick Rau, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Once Broken, Never Fixed? The Impact of Culture and Medium on Repairing Trust in CMC
    Qiping Zhang, Nancy Marksbury, Long Island University, United States.
  • Using Metaphors to Explore Cultural Perspectives in Cross-Cultural Design
    Luciana Salgado, Clarisse Sieckenius De Souza, Carla Leitao, PUC - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Augmented Cognition

S015: Assessment of Team NeuroDynamics during Training
Room: Madison
Chair(s): Chris Berka, Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc., United States; Ron Stevens, UCLA IMMEX Project, United States

  • Developing Systems for the Rapid Modeling of Team Neurodynamics
    Ron Stevens, Trysha Galloway, UCLA IMMEX Project, United States; Chris Berka, Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc., United States; Peter Wang, UCLA IMMEX Project, United States.
  • Team Coordination Dynamics and the Interactive Approach: Emerging Evidence and Future Work
    Jamie Gorman, Texas Tech University, United States.
  • Enhancing Team Performance using Neurophysiologic Synchronies in a Virtual Training Environment
    Marianne Clark, Kimberly Cellucci, Scientific Research Corporation, United States; Chris Berka, Daniel Levendowski, Jonny Trejo, Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc., United States; Amy Kruse, Total Immersion Software, Inc., United States; Ron Stevens, UCLA IMMEX Project, United States.
  • Augmenting Robot Behaviors Using Psycho Physiological Measures
    Daniel Barber, Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Stephanie Lackey, University of Central Florida, United States; Irwin Hudson, US Army Research Laboratory, United States.
  • Multi-modal Measurement Approach to Team Cohesion
    Camilla Knott, Alexandra Geyer, Jason Sidman, Emily Wiese, Aptima, Inc., United States.
  • Performance-based Metrics for Evaluating Submarine Command Team Decision-making
    Eric Jones, Aptima, Inc., United States; Ronald Steed, UpScope Consulting, United States; Federick Diedrich, Aptima, Inc., United States; Robert Armbruster, Commander, Submarine Force Atlantic, United States; Cullen Jackson, Aptima, Inc., United States.
  • Communications-Based Automated Assessment of Team Cognitive Performance
    Kiran Lakkaraju, Susan Stevens-Adams, Robert Abbott, Chris Forsythe, Sandia National Laboratories, United States.

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Digital Human Modeling

S016: Motion Modelling
Room: Fulton
Chair(s): Wen-chih Chang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan;

  • Simulating Ingress Motion for Heavy Earthmoving Equipment
    HyunJung Kwon, Mahdiar Hariri, Rajan Bhatt, Jasbir Arora, Karim Abdel-Malek, The University of Iowa, United States.
  • A Biomechanical Approach for Evaluating Motion Related Discomfort : Illustration by an Application to Pedal Clutching Movement
    Xuguang Wang, IFSTTAR, France; Romain Pannetier, IFSTTAR / Renault SAS, France; Nagananda Burra, Julien Numa, IFSTTAR, France.
  • Joint Torque Modeling of Knee Extension and Flexion
    Fabian Guenzkofer, Florian Engstler, Heiner Bubb, Klaus Bengler, Technische Universität München, Germany.
  • Motion Capture Experiments for Validating Optimization-Based Human Models
    Aimee Cloutier, Robyn Boothby, Jingzhou (James) Yang, Texas Tech University, United States.
  • 3D Human Motion Capturing Based only on Acceleration and Angular Rate Measurement for Low Extremities
    Christoph Schiefer, RWTH Aachen University / German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany; Thomas Kraus, Elke Ochsmann, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Ingo Hermanns, Rolf Ellegast, German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Germany.
  • Schema for Motion Capture Data Management
    Ali Keyvani, Henrik Johansson, Mikael Ericsson, University West, Sweden; Dan Lämkull, Volvo Car Corporation, Sweden; Roland Ortengren, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.

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Human Centered Design

S017: Human Systems Integration Design: from Biology to Technology and Organization
Room: Empire
Chair(s): Didier Fass, LORIA, University of Lorraine, France;

  • Co-simulation and Multi-models for Pervasive Computing as a Complex System
    Laurent Ciarletta, Ecole des Mines in NANCY, France.
  • A Methodical Approach for Developing Valid Human Performance Models of Flight Deck Operations
    Brian Gore, Becky Hooey, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States; Nancy Haan, Dell Services Federal Government, United States; Deborah Bakowski, Eric Mahlstedt, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States.
  • Aggregation of Human Activities - Building Flight Pro les
    David Guéron, Laurent Chaudron, Nicolas Maille, ONERA "The French Aerospace Lab", France; Jean Caussanel, University of Paul Cezanne, Aix-Marseille III, France.
  • Human Systems Integration Design: Which Generalized Rationale?
    Romain Lieber, Didier Fass, LORIA, University of Lorraine, France.
  • Semantic-Conditioned Peripheral Vision Acuity Fading Awareness (PVAFA)
    Ming-Chia Wang, Manlai You, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • Influence of a Multimodal Assistance Supporting Anticipatory Driving on the Driving Behavior and Driver’s Acceptance
    Hermann Hajek, Daria Popiv, Technische Universität München, Germany; Mariana Just, BMW Group Forschung und Technik, Germany; Klaus Bengler, Technische Universität München, Germany.

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Design, User Experience, and Usability

S018: UX/UI Design
Room: Manatee
Chair(s): Gyouhyung Kyung, Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology (UNIST), Korea;

  • Measurement of User Experience to Select a Comfortable Mattress
    Jung-Yong Kim, Seung-Nam Min, Min-Ho Lee, Joo-Hyun Jeong, Hanyang University, Korea; Jung-Ho An, Young-Sung Shin, Simmons Co. Ltd, Korea.
  • Versatile Wearable Computer for Drivers
    Gyouhyung Kyung, Songyi Chae, Kyung Hyun Nam, Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology (UNIST), Korea; Kyungmin Lee, Wanjae Shin, Hyundai-Kia Motors, Korea.
  • Measuring Drivers’ Dynamic Seating Experience Using Pressure Mats
    Songyi Chae, Gyouhyung Kyung, Kyung Hyun Nam, Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology (UNIST), Korea.
  • Investigating the Integration of Hand-held Haptic Devices in Daily Work Activities: The Case of a Tennis Coaching Assistant on iPhone
    Evanthia Faliagka, University of Patras, Greece; Petros Karkoulias, Hellenic Open University, Greece; Maria Rigou, University of Patras, Greece; Spiros Sirmakessis, Giannis Tzimas, Technological Institution of Messologhi, Greece; Athanasios Tsakalidis, University of Patras, Greece.
  • User Evaluation of Internet Kiosks in University Setting
    Erkan Er, Kursat Cagiltay, Middle East Technical University, Turkey.
  • Impact of Distance to Screen upon Spacial Awareness
    Kazuya Kuroda, Makio Ishihara, Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan.

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S019: Usability Studies: Rigor, or Rigor Mortis?
Room: Escambia
Chair(s): Randolph Bias, The University of Texas at Austin, United States;

  • Range Statistics and the Exact Modeling of Discrete non-Gaussian Distributions on Learnability Data
    Robert Hoffman, Institute for Human-Machine Cognition, United States.
  • Detection of Software Usability Deficiencies
    Dan Tamir, Oleg Komogortsev, Carl Mueller, Divya K. D. Venkata, Greg LaKomski, Arwa Jamnagarwala, Texas State University, United States.
  • EMA: Automated Eye-movement-driven Approach for Identification of Usability Issues
    Oleg Komogortsev, Dan Tamir, Carl Mueller, Texas State University, United States; Jose Camou, The Iowa State University, United States; Corey Holland, Texas State University, United States.
  • Fishing for Results: A multi-pronged approach to promote usability for TSLAC.
    Stacy Michaelsen, Randolph Bias, The University of Texas at Austin, United States.
  • The Importance of Rigor in Usability Studies
    Randolph Bias, The University of Texas at Austin, United States.
  • Serious Games Usability Testing: How to Ensure Proper Usability, Playability, and Effectiveness
    Tanner Olsen, Katelyn Procci, Clint Bowers, University of Central Florida, United States.

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10:00 – 10:30
Coffee Break



10:30 – 12:30
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S020: Human Factors Considerations in NextGen
Room: Madison
Chair(s): Kim-Phuong Vu, California State University, Long Beach, United States;

  • How Data Comm Methods and Multi-Dimensional Traffic Displays Influence Pilot Workload under Trajectory Based Operations
    Jimmy Nguyen, L. Paige Bacon, R. Conrad Rorie, Meghann Herron, Kim-Phuong Vu, Thomas Strybel, California State University, Long Beach, United States; Vernol Battiste, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States.
  • Flight Deck Workload and Acceptability of Verbal and Digital Communication Protocols
    Summer Brandt, Joel Lachter, Quang Dao, Vernol Battiste, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States; Walter Johnson, NASA Ames Research Center, United States.
  • Is ACARS and FANS-1A Just Another Data Link to the Controller?
    Vernol Battiste, Joel Lachter, Sarah Ligda, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States; Jimmy Nguyen, L. Paige Bacon, California State University, Long Beach, United States; Robert Koteskey, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States; Walter Johnson, NASA Ames Research Center, United States.
  • Conflict Resolution Automation and Pilot Situation Awareness
    Quang Dao, Summer Brandt, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States; L. Paige Bacon, Joshua Kraut, Jimmy Nguyen, Katsumi Minakata, Hamzah Raza, California State University, Long Beach, United States; Walter Johnson, NASA Ames Research Center, United States.
  • Effect of ATC Training with NextGen Tools and Online Situation Awareness and Workload Probes on Operator Performance
    Ariana Kiken, R. Conrad Rorie, L. Paige Bacon, Sabrina Billinghurst, Joshua Kraut, Thomas Strybel, Kim-Phuong Vu, California State University, Long Beach, United States; Vernol Battiste, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States.
  • Effects of Data Communications Failure on Air Traffic Controller Sector Management Effectiveness, Situation Awareness, and Workload
    Joshua Kraut, Ariana Kiken, Sabrina Billinghurst, Corey Morgan, Thomas Strybel, Dan Chiappe, Kim-Phuong Vu, California State University, Long Beach, United States.
  • A Preliminary Investigation of Training Order for Introducing NextGen Tools
    R. Conrad Rorie, Ariana Kiken, Corey Morgan, Sabrina Billinghurst, Gregory Morales, Kevin Monk, Kim-Phuong Vu, Thomas Strybel, California State University, Long Beach, United States; Vernol Battiste, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States.

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S021: Personal, Family and Social Media
Room: Liberty
Chair(s): Gheorghita Ghinea, Brunel University, United Kingdom;

  • Experience Explorer: Context-based Browsing of Personal Media
    Tuomas Vaittinen, Nokia Research Center, Finland; Tuula Kärkkäinen, Tampere University of Technology, Finland; Kimmo Roimela, Nokia Research Center, Finland.
  • SAM: A Spatial Interactive Platform for Studying Family Communication Problem
    Guo-Jhen Yu, Teng-Wen Chang, Ying-Chong Wang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • Interface Evaluation of Web-based e-Picture Books in Taiwan
    Pei-shiuan Tsai, Manlai You, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • Analysis on Relationship between Smiley and Emotional Word Included in Chat Text
    Junko Itou, Tomoyasu Ogaki, Jun Munemori, Wakayama University, Japan.
  • Co-Creation of Value through Social Network Marketing: A Field Experiment Using a Facebook Campaign to Increase Conversion Rate
    Asle Fagerstrøm, Norwegian School of IT, Norway; Gheorghita Ghinea, Brunel University, United Kingdom.
  • Research on the Relationships between Visual Entertainment Factor and Chat Communication
    Tomoyasu Ogaki, Junko Itou, Jun Munemori, Wakayama University, Japan.
  • "Life Portal": An Information Access Scheme based on Life Logs
    Shin-ichiro Eitoku, Manabu Motegi, Rika Mochizuki, Takashi Yagi, Shin-yo Muto, NTT Corporation, Japan; Masanobu Abe, Okayama University, Japan.

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Human-Computer Interaction

S022: New Technology and User Experience for Ubiquitous and Mobile Learning
Room: Hamilton
Chair(s): Takashi Mitsuishi, Tohoku University, Japan; Hitoshi Sasaki, Takushoku University, Japan; Yuichi Ohkawa, Tohoku University, Japan

  • A Reading History Logger for Supporting Reading Habit Development
    Yasuo Miyoshi, Takaaki Obayashi, Kochi University, Japan.
  • Visualization Framework for Computer System Learning
    Eiichi Hayakawa, Yuuki Nakagawa, Hideharu Ochiai, Masahiko Fuji, Takushoku University, Japan; Yosuke Nishino, Hachioji Soshi High School, Japan.
  • A Development of Web-based Player for Instructions Recorded with the Electronic Blackboard System IMPRESSION
    Yuichi Ohkawa, Takashi Mitsuishi, Tohoku University, Japan.
  • A Drawing Learning Support System with Auto-evaluating Function based on the Drawing Process Model
    Takashi Nagai, Mizue Kayama, Kazunori Itoh, Shinshu University, Japan.
  • Evaluation of Continuous Trial by Mobile Learning in Nursing Practical Training
    Yukie Majima, Yumiko Nakamura, Yasuko Maekawa, Mizuko Hiramatsu, Yukari Nakajima, Satoshi Horii, Hifumi Aoyama, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan.
  • Evaluation of Online Handwritten Characters for Penmanship Learning Support System
    Tatsuya Yamaguchi, Noriaki Muranaka, Masataka Tokumaru, Kansai University, Japan.

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S023: Patterns and Models for Interactive System Development
Room: Empire
Chair(s): Christian Märtin, Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Peter Forbrig, University of Rostock, Germany

  • HCI Patterns as a Means to Transform Interactive User Interfaces to Diverse Contexts of Use
    Juergen Engel, Christian Märtin, Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Peter Forbrig, University of Rostock, Germany.
  • Towards Pattern-Driven Engineering of Run-Time Adaptive User Interfaces for Smart Production Environments
    Marc Seissler, Kai Breiner, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany; Gerrit Meixner, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany.
  • User Modeling Approaches towards Adaptation of Users' Roles to Improve Group Interaction in Collaborative 3D Games
    Johanna Octavia, Hasselt University - tUL - IBBT, Belgium; Anastasiia Beznosyk, Karin Coninx, Peter Quax, Kris Luyten, Hasselt University – tUL - IBBT, Belgium.
  • User-oriented Accessibility Patterns for Smart Environments
    Michael Zaki, Peter Forbrig, University of Rostock, Germany.
  • Patterns for usable Accessible Design
    Homa Javahery, Michael Gower, IBM Pacific Development Centre, Canada; Daniel Sinnig, Concordia University, Canada; Peter Forbrig, University of Rostock, Germany.
  • From Structural Analysis to Scenarios and Patterns for Knowledge Sharing Applications
    Claus Kaelber, teamwissen, Germany; Christian Märtin, Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
  • The First Interaction Design Pattern Library for Internet of Things User Created Applications
    Marc Godon, Mohamed Ali Feki, Marc Roelands, Lieven Trappeniers, Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs, Belgium.

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S024: Developing Service Cognition
Room: Jade
Chair(s): Taro Kanno, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Tom Hope, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

  • Design of Communication Field for Leading to Satisfied Understanding: Example of High-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal in Japan
    Hiroshi Kimura, Masashi Furukawa, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Cognitive Analysis for Knowledge Modelling in Air Traffic Control Work
    Satoru Inoue, Hisae Aoyama, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Japan; Keiichi Nakata, University of Reading, United Kingdom.
  • A Framework for Agent-based Simulation in Tourism Planning
    Dingding Chao, Kazuo Furuta, Taro Kanno, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Emotional Human-Machine Interaction: Cues from Facial Expressions
    Tessa-Karina Tews, Michael Oehl, Felix Siebert, Rainer Höger, Helmut Faasch, Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Germany.
  • Interactions between Human and Computer Networks: EFL College Students Using Computer Learning Tools in Remedial English Classes
    Ai-ling Wang, Tamkang University, Taiwan.
  • Using Grounded Theory and Text Mining to Find Interesting Reading Materials for Slow EFL Learners
    Yuh-chang Lin, Aletheia University, Taiwan; Chia-Ling Hsu, Tamkang University, Taiwan; Mu-Hua Lin, Hsiao-Fang Yang, National Chengchi University, Taiwan; Chao-Fu Hong, Aletheia University, Taiwan.
  • Spatial Design, Designers and Users: Exploring the Meaning of Multi-party Service Cognition
    Tom Hope, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Mizuki Oka, Yasuhiro Hashimoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Myeong-Hee Lee, Design Team Matt, Japan.

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S025: Safety of Medication Usage
Room: Park
Chair(s): Masaomi Kimura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan;

  • The Similarity Index of Character Shape of Medicine Names Based on Character Shape Similarity (II)
    Keita Nabeta, Akira Hatano, Hirotsugu Ishida, Masaomi Kimura, Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan; Fumito Tsuchiya, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan.
  • Therapeutic Category Improvement Method based on the Words Appearing in Effect-efficacy Description
    Hirotsugu Ishida, Keita Nabeta, Masaomi Kimura, Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan; Fumito Tsuchiya, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan.
  • Appearance Similarity Index for Medicinal Ampoule Labels
    Masaomi Kimura, Yutaro Furukawa, Akira Kojo, Hirotsugu Ishida, Keita Nabeta, Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan; Fumito Tsuchiya, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan.
  • A Proposal of Contraindication Database for Medicines
    Ryo Okuya, Hirotsugu Ishida, Keita Nabeta, Masaomi Kimura, Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan; Fumito Tsuchiya, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan.
  • Construction and Analysis of Database on Outer Cases of Medicines
    Hironori Yoshimi, Hiroki Muraoka, Akira Izumiya, Masaomi Kimura, Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan; Fumito Tsuchiya, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan.
  • Mobile Reminder for Flexible and Safe Medication Schedule for Home Users
    Chi-Sheng Shih, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Pei-Hsuan Tsai, Jane W.-S. Liu, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
  • What Label Design of Ampule for Injection, Do you want ?
    Hiroyuki Furukawa, Yamaguchi University, Japan.

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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S026: Industrial and Military Applications
Room: Palm Beach
Chair(s): Andrew Thatcher, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa;

  • Effective Shift Handover
    Tom Plocher, Honeywell Labs, United States; ShanQing Yin, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Jason Laberge, Honeywell Labs, United States; Brian Thompson, ENGEN Petroleum, Ltd., South Africa; Jason Telner, Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions, Canada.
  • Cognitive Engineering of Automated Assembly Processes
    Marcel Mayer, Barbara Odenthal, Carsten Wagels, Sinem Kuz, Bernhard Kausch, Christopher Schlick, RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
  • Pre-Validation of Nuclear Power Plant Control Room Design
    Jari Laarni, Paula Savioja, Hannu Karvonen, Leena Norros, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland.
  • An After Action Review Engine for Training in Multiple Areas
    Glenn Martin, Jason Daly, Casey Thurston, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • A Generic After Action Review Capability for Game-based Training
    Casey Thurston, Glenn Martin, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Technological and Usability-based Aspects of Distributed After Action Review in a Game-based Training Setting
    Matt Fontaine, Glenn Martin, Jason Daly, Casey Thurston, University of Central Florida, United States.

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Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S027: The Future of Universal Access (I)
Room: Union
Chair(s): Gisela Susanne Bahr, Florida Institute of Technology, United States; Ray Adams, Middlesex University, United Kingdom

  • Integrating Human Modeling and Simulation with the Persona Method
    Taro Kanno, Tomohiko Ooyabu, Kazuo Furuta, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Understanding the Role of Communication and Hands-On Experience in Work Process Design for All
    Christian Stary, Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria.
  • Eye Tracking and Universal Access: Three Applications and Practical Examples
    Michael Bartels, Sandra Marshall, EyeTracking, Inc., United States.
  • Cyber Risks to Secure and Private Universal Access
    Gisela Susanne Bahr, Florida Institute of Technology, United States; Liam Mayron, Harris Corp., United States; Hannah Gacey, Florida Institute of Technology, United States.
  • Design of a Multi-interface Creativity Support Tool for the Enhancement of the Creativity Process
    George Sielis, George Papadopoulos, University of Cyprus, Cyprus; Andrina Granić, University of Split, Croatia.
  • Audiopolis, Navigation through a Virtual City Using Audio and Haptic Interfaces for People Who are Blind
    Jaime Sánchez, Javiera Mascaro, University of Chile, Chile.

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S028: SMART Interfaces for Consumer Health Applications (I)
Room: Taylor
Chair(s): Josette Jones, Indiana University, United States;

  • Tracking Observations of Everyday Living with Smart Phones
    Michelle Rogers, Drexel University, United States.
  • Design of a Paired Patient-Caregiver Support Application for People Coping with Cancer
    Chris Newlon, Robert Comer, Kim Wagler-Ziner, Anna McDaniel, Indiana University, United States.
  • Design Lessons for Older Adult Personal Health Records Software from Older Adults
    Juan Pablo Hourcade, Elizabeth Chrischilles, Brian Gryzlak, Blake Hanson, Don Dunbar, David Eichmann, Ryan Lorentzen, The University of Iowa, United States.
  • Privacy, Security and Interoperability of Mobile Health Applications
    Josette Jones, Sara Anne Hook, Seong Park, LaSha Scott, Indiana University, United States.
  • A Case Study of the Design and Evaluation of a Persuasive Healthy Lifestyle Assistance Technology: Challenges and Design Guidelines
    Jie Xu, Ping-yu Chen, Scott Uglow, Alison Scott, Enid Montague, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States.

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S029: Looking for an Accessible Life; while in Desktop, Mobile and Web
Room: Manatee
Chair(s): Evangelos Bekiaris, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece;

  • Developing Accessible Mobile Phone Applications: The Case of a Contact Manager and Real Time Text Applications
    Javier Cano Moreno, María Fernanda Cabrera-Umpierrez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain; Jon Azpiroz, Vodafone Spain Foundation, Spain; Juan Bautista Montalvá Colomer, María Teresa Arredondo, Adrian Rodriguez Castro, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain.
  • An End-user Evaluation Point of View Towards OSS Assistive Technology
    Maria Gkemou, Evangelos Bekiaris, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece; Karel Van Isacker, European Platform for Rehabilitation, Belgium.
  • Results of the Technical Validation of an Accessible Contact Manager for Mobile Devices
    Jon Azpiroz, Vodafone Spain Foundation, Spain; Juan Bautista Montalvá Colomer, María Fernanda Cabrera-Umpierrez, María Teresa Arredondo, Julio Gutierrez Rios, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain.
  • A Harmonised Methodology for the Components of Software Applications Accessibility and its Evaluation
    Eleni Chalkia, Evangelos Bekiaris, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece.
  • Enabling Accessibility Characteristics in the Web Services Domain
    Dimitris Giakoumis, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece; George Hassapis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
  • An Accessibility Assessment Framework for Improving Designers Experience in Web Applications
    Theofanis Oikonomou, Nikolaos Kaklanis, Konstantinos Votis, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece.
  • Overview of 1st AEGIS Pilot Phase Evaluation Results
    Maria Gkemou, Evangelos Bekiaris, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece.

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S030: Human, Computer and Environment
Room: Sarasota
Chair(s): Jerzy Charytonowicz, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland;

  • Numerical Analysys of Geometrical Features of 3D Biological Objects, for Three-Dimensional Biometric and Anthropometric Database
    Michal Rychlik, Witold Stankiewicz, Marek Morzynski, Poznan University of Technology, Poland.
  • Integral Model of the Area of Reaches and Forces of a Disabled Person with Dysfunction of Lower Limbs as a Tool in Vitrual Assessment of Manipulation Possibilities in Selected Work Environments
    Bogdan Branowski, Piotr Pohl, Michal Rychlik, Marek Zablocki, Poznan University of Technology, Poland.
  • Disabled Youth in Sport Rivalry. What are the Trends – Virtual or Real Competition?
    Katarzyna Ujma-Wasowicz, Silesian University of Technology, Poland.
  • New Design – Integration of Art and Technology
    Wojciech Bonenberg, Poznan University of Technology, Poland.
  • Spaces of Mutable Shape and the Human Ability to Adapt
    Katarzyna Kubsik, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland.
  • Machinery Design for Construction Safety in Practice
    Beata Mrugalska, Aleksandra Kawecka-Endler, Poznan University of Technology, Poland.
  • Effect of Protective Coating on the Performance of Wearable Antennas
    Minyoung Suh, Kate Carroll, William Oxenham, North Carolina State University, United States.

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Virtual and Mixed Reality

S031: Digital Puppetry: Bringing Virtual Characters to Life
Room: Fulton
Chair(s): Charles Hughes, University of Central Florida, United States;

  • Body Buddies: Social Signaling through Puppeteering
    Magy Seif El Nasr, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Katherine Isbister, New York University-Poly, United States; Jeffery Ventrella, Internet Archive, United States; Bardia Aghabeigi, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Chelsea Hash, New York University-Poly, United States; Mona Erfani, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Jacquelyn Morie, University of Southern California, United States; Leslie Bishko, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Canada.
  • Geppetto: An Environment for the Efficient Control and Transmission of Digital Puppetry
    Daniel Mapes, Peter Tonner, Charles Hughes, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Leveraging Unencumbered Full Body Control of Animated Virtual Characters for Game-Based Rehabilitation
    Belinda Lange, Evan Suma, Brad Newman, Thai Phan, Chien-Yen Chang, Albert “Skip” Rizzo, Mark Bolas, University of Southern California, United States.
  • Why Can’t A Virtual Character Be More Like A Human: A Mixed-initiative Approach to Believable Agents
    Jichen Zhu, J. Michael Moshell, University of Central Florida, United States; Santiago Ontañón, University of Barcelona, Spain; Elena Erbiceanu, Charles Hughes, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Interactive Performance: Dramatic Improvisation in a Mixed Reality Environment for Learning
    Jeff Wirth, Wirth Creative, United States; Anne Norris, Daniel Mapes, University of Central Florida, United States; Kenneth Ingraham, The Proposal Experts, LLC, United States; J. Michael Moshell, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Integrating Multi-agents in a 3D Serious Game Aimed at Cognitive Stimulation
    Priscilla Abreu, Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil; Luis Carvalho, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Vera Werneck, Rosa Costa, Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil.
  • Automatic 3-D Facial Fitting Technique for A Second Life Avatar
    Hiroshi Dohi, Mitsuru Ishizuka, The University of Tokyo, Japan.

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S032: Interaction and Navigation in Virtual Environments
Room: Lexington
Chair(s): Scott Frees, Ramapo College of New Jersey, United States;

  • Evaluation of Human Performance Using Two Types of Navigation Interfaces in Virtual Reality
    Luís Teixeira, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal; Emilia Duarte, UNIDCOM/IADE, Portugal; Júlia Teles, Francisco Rebelo, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Effects of Menu Orientation on Pointing Behavior in Virtual Environments
    Nguyen-Thong Dang, Daniel Mestre, CNRS and University of Aix Marseille II, France.
  • Panoramic Image-based Navigation for Smart-phone in Indoor Environment
    Van Vinh Nguyen, Jin Guk Kim, Jong Weon Lee, Sejong University, Korea.
  • Object Selection in Virtual Environments: Performance, Usability and Interaction with Spatial Abilities
    Andreas Baier, University of Regensburg, Germany; David Wittmann, Martin Ende, Cassidian Air Systems, Germany.
  • Some Evidences of the Impact of Environment’s Design Features in Routes Selection in Virtual Environments
    Emilia Duarte, UNIDCOM/IADE, Portugal; Elisângela Vilar, Francisco Rebelo, Júlia Teles, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal; Ana Almeida, UNIDCOM/IADE, Portugal.
  • Workspace-Driven, Blended Orbital Viewing in Immersive Environments
    Scott Frees, David Lancellotti, Ramapo College of New Jersey, United States.
  • Active Location Tracking for Projected Reality Using Wiimotes
    Siam Charoenseang, Nemin Suksen, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Thailand.

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Internationalization, Design and Global Development

S033: Designing "Friendship" into Modern Products (I)
Room: Jackson
Chair(s): Rungtai Lin, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan;

  • The Importance of "Feel" in Product Design Feel - The Neglected Aesthetic "Do Not Touch"
    John Kreifeldt, Tufts University, United States; Rungtai Lin, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan; Ming-Chuen Chuang, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.
  • Applying Local Culture Features into Creative Craft Products Design
    Mo-Li Yeh, MingDao University, Taiwan; Po-Hsien Lin, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan.
  • Friendship Display Medium in Response to Academic Major Influences in Visuospatial Abilities
    Yen-Yu Kang, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan; Chih-Long Lin, Shu-Hsuan Chang, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan; Mao-Jiun Wang, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
  • A Study of Framework and Process Development for Cultural Product Design
    Chi-Hsien Hsu, Chih-Long Lin, Rungtai Lin, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan.
  • Design and Evaluation of a Novel Trackball Input Device for Middle-aged Users
    Fong-Gong Wu, Jack Chuang, Chien-Hsu Chen, Li-Ru Lai, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
  • The Entwined Economic and Cultural Issues in the Production of Barbie in Taiwan, Taishan.
    Ju-Joan Wong, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; Rungtai Lin, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan; Zhe-An Lin, Chang Gung University, Taiwan.

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S034: User Experience Design and Research in Multinational Companies
Room: Escambia
Chair(s): Paul Fu, Alibaba.com Inc, United States; Esin Kiris, CA Technologies, United States

  • Creating Effective Personas for Product Design: Insights from a Case Study
    Frank Guo, BlackRock, United States; Sanjay Shamdasani, Bruce Randall, Spring Studio, United States.
  • Mobile Research: Benefits, Applications, and Outlooks
    Gloria Chen, King Brown Partners, Inc., United States.
  • A Case Study: Behavior Study of Chinese Users on the Internet and Mobile Internet
    Marsha Yang, Hongwei Li, Grace Deng, YiLe Information Ltd., P.R. China.
  • Designing Web Marketing that Works for Users: Finding Best Practices through Evaluation and Conversation
    Kate Welker, Spring Studio, United States; Frank Guo, BlackRock, United States; Sanjay Shamdasani, Spring Studio, United States.
  • Testing Touch: Emulators vs. Devices
    Rebecca Baker, Xiaoning Sun, Bob Hendrich, CA Technologies, United States.
  • Heuristic Evaluation and Usability Testing: Case Study
    Mahmut Eksioglu, Boğaziçi University, Turkey; Esin Kiris, CA Technologies, United States; Burak Çapar, Murat Selçuk, Selen Ouzeir, Boğaziçi University, Turkey.

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Augmented Cognition

S035: Brain Computer Interfaces
Room: Nassau
Chair(s): Peter Brunner, Wadsworth Center, NYSDOH, United States;

  • Welcome and BCI Primer
    Jeremy Hill, Wadsworth Center, NYSDOH, United States.
  • Communicating with Functional Near Infrared Imaging
    Ian McClendon, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States.
  • The Challenges of Using Scalp-EEG Input Signals for Continuous Device Control
    Garett Johnson, Nicholas Waytowich, Dean Krusienski, Old Dominion University, United States.
  • Interface Design Challenge for Brain-Computer Interaction
    Jeremy Hill, Peter Brunner, Theresa Vaughan, Wadsworth Center, NYSDOH, United States.
  • The Barriers of Moving Brain-Computer Interface Technology from Bench to Bedside
    Eric Sellers, East Tennessee State University, United States.
  • Designing Intuitive Human-Computer Interfaces for BCI and Other Access Methods for Individuals with Severe Physical and Cognitive Impairments
    Debra Zeitlin, Helen Hayes Rehabilitation Hospital, United States.
  • Neural Point-and-click Control of Virtual Keyboard Interfaces by an Individual with Tetraplegia in the BrainGate2 Clinical Trial
    Daniel Bacher, Brown University, United States.
  • The Mutual Benefits of Combining BCI and HCI Technologies: Learning by Example
    Thorsten Zander, The Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Germany.
  • Operational Issues in a BCI real-world Environment
    Cali Fidopiastis, University of Alabama, Birmingham, United States.
  • The HCI Challenge
    Jeremy Hill, Wadsworth Center, NYSDOH, United States.

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Design, User Experience, and Usability

S036: Persuasion Design
Room: Lake
Chair(s): Susan Weinschenk, Human Factors International, United States;

  • Clout: The Role of Content in Persuasive Experience
    Colleen Jones, Content Science, United States.
  • The Nature of Adaptive Interactions and Potential for Strategic Application
    Justin Davis, Madera Labs, United States.
  • All Online Interactions are Social Interactions
    Susan Weinschenk, Human Factors International, United States.
  • Persuasive Design: It’s Not Just About Selling Stuff
    Jeff Horvath, Human Factors International, United States.
  • Designing the Personalized Nostalgic Emotion Value of a Product
    Yu-Shan Tseng, Ming-Chyuan Ho, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • The Essence of Enjoyable Experiences: The Human Needs (A Psychological Needs-Driven Experience Design Approach)
    Joonhwan Kim, Sung Park, SAMSUNG Electronics, Korea; Marc Hassenzahl, Kai Eckoldt, Folkwang University of Arts, Germany.
  • First Validation of Persuasive Criteria for Designing and Evaluating the Social Influence of User Interfaces: Justification of a Guideline.
    Alexandra Nemery, University Paul Verlaine of Metz / SAP, France; Eric Brangier, University Paul Verlaine of Metz, France; Steve Kopp, SAP, France.

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S037: Focus on Visual Innovation
Room: Dixie
Chair(s): Michael Renner, The Basel School of Design, FHNW HGK, Switzerland;

  • Image, Imagination, Innovation. How Can we Overcome the Common Ground in the Processes of Visual Design?
    Michael Renner, The Basel School of Design, FHNW HGK, Switzerland.
  • Precise Mishandling of the Digital Image Structure
    Theodore Davis, The Basel School of Design, FHNW HGK, Switzerland.
  • What You See Is What You Don’t Get - Addressing Implications of Information Technology through Design Fiction
    Ludwig Zeller, Royal College of Art, United Kingdom.
  • Implied Aesthetics: A Sensor-based Approach towards Mobile Interfaces
    Daniel Sauter, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States.
  • Why History Matters - Visual Innovation and the Role of Image Theory in HCI
    Margarete Pratschke, ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
  • Visual Innovation through Findings in Perception
    Paul Mike Zender, University of Cincinnati, United States.
  • VICPAM: A Visualization Tool for Examining Interaction Data in Multiple Display Environments
    Roshanak Zilouchian Moghaddam, Brian Bailey, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States.

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12:30 – 13:30
Lunch Break



13:30 – 15:30
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S038: Supporting Communication and Collaboration
Room: Madison
Chair(s): Sarah Swierenga, Michigan State University, United States;

  • MoPaCo: Pseudo 3D Video Communication System
    Ryo Ishii, Shiro Ozawa, Takafumi Mukouchi, Norihiko Matsuura, NTT Corporation, Japan.
  • The Effects Visual Feedback on Social Behavior during Decision Making Meetings
    Merel Brandon, T-Xchange / University of Twente, Netherlands; Simon Eskamp, University of Twente, Netherlands; Thomas De Groot, T-Xchange / University of Twente, Netherlands; Tim Franssen, Bart Van Gennep, Thomas Visser, University of Twente, Netherlands.
  • From Personal to Collaborative Information Management: A Design Science’s Approach
    Mei Lu, Samsung Telecommunications America, United States; Philip Corriveau, Intel Corporation, United States.
  • Real-World User-Centered Design: The Michigan Workforce Background Check System
    Sarah Swierenga, Michigan State University, United States; Fuad Abujarad, Yale University, United States; Toni Dennis, State of Michigan, United States; Lori Post, Yale University, United States.
  • Dodging Window Interference to Freely Share Any Off-the-shelf Application among Multiple Users in Co-located Collaboration
    Shinichiro Sakamoto, Makoto Nakashima, Tetsuro Ito, Oita University, Japan.
  • Design Effective Voluntary Medical Incident Reporting Systems: a Literature Review
    Lei Hua, Yang Gong, University of Missouri, United States.
  • Towards Argument Representational Tools for Hybrid Argumentation Systems
    Maria Gonzalez, Sebastian Gottifredi, Alejandro Garcia, National Council of Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) and Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina; Guillermo Simari, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina.

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Human-Computer Interaction

S039: Towards Integrating Haptic Experiences: Does Touch Really Matter?
Room: Escambia
Chair(s): Chang Nam, University of Arkansas, United States;

  • What You Feel Is What I DO: A study of dynamic haptic interaction in distributed collaborative virtual environment
    Sehat Ullah, University of Evry, France; Xianging Liu, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Samir Otmane, University of Evry, France; Paul Richard, University of Angers, France; Malik Mallem, University of Evry, France.
  • Development of a High Definition Haptic Rendering for Stability and Fidelity
    Katsuhito Akahane, Takeo Hamada, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Takehiko Yamaguchi, University of Angers, France; Makoto Sato, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • The Effect of Haptic Cues on Working Memory in 3D Menu Selection
    Takehiko Yamaguchi, Damien Chamaret, Paul Richard, University of Angers, France.
  • Haptically Enhanced User Interface to Support Science Learning of Visually Impaired
    Yueqing Li, Steve Johnson, Chang Nam, University of Arkansas, United States.
  • Analyzing User Behavior within a Haptic System
    Steve Johnson, Yueqing Li, Chang Nam, University of Arkansas, United States; Takehiko Yamaguchi, University of Angers, France.
  • More than Speed? An Empirical Study of Touchscreens and Body Awareness on an Object Manipulation Task
    Rachelle Hippler, Dale Klopfer, Laura Leventhal, G Michael Poor, Brandi Klein, Samuel Jaffee, Bowling Green State University, United States.
  • Usability Testing of the Interaction of Novices with a Multi-touch Table in Semi Public Space
    Markus Jokisch, Thomas Bartoschek, Angela Schwering, University of Muenster, Germany.

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S040: Signal and Image Processing for HCI (I)
Room: Dixie
Chair(s): Ping Guo, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China;

  • A Cubic Polynomial Model for Fisheye Camera
    Haijiang Zhu, Xiupu Yin, Jinglin Zhou, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, P.R. China.
  • High-quality Fast Image Upsampling Algorithm Based on CUDA
    Qingqing Xu, Xin Zheng, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China; Jie Chen, CITIC Guoan Group, P.R. China.
  • Face Sketch Synthesis via Multivariate Output Regression
    Liang Chang, Mingquan Zhou, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China; Xiaoming Deng, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China; Zhongke Wu, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China; Yanjun Han, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China.
  • A Global Optimal Algorithm for Camera Calibration with One-Dimensional Objects
    Liang Wang, Beijing University of Technology, P.R. China; Fuqing Duan, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China; Chao Liang, Beijing University of Technology, P.R. China.
  • LSCM based Non-rigid Registration for Craniofacial Surfaces
    Wenkui Xie, Fuqing Duan, Qingqiong Deng, Mingquan Zhou, Zhongke Wu, Liang Chang, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China.
  • Head-pose Recognition for a Game System Based on Nose’s Relative Position
    Qingjie Zhao, Xiaoming Shi, Yuxia Wang, Beijing Institute of Technology, P.R. China.
  • Experimental Studies of Visual Models in Automatic Image Annotation
    Ping Guo, Tao Wan, Jin Ma, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China.

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S041: Spatial Interaction Design (I)
Room: Park
Chair(s): Teng-Wen Chang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan;

  • mojo iCuisine: The Design and Implementation of an Interactive Restaurant Tabletop Menu
    Ting-Han Chen, Hsin-Hou Lin, Yi-Di Yen, XXtraLab DESIGN Co., Taiwan.
  • Designing Poetic Interaction in Space
    Yi-Chu Lin, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; Huang-Ming Chang, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands; Rung-Huei Liang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • The Effort of Social Networking on Social Behavior – Integrating Twitter, Mobile Devices, and Wearable Clothing as an Example
    Chenwei Chiang, Kiyoshi Tomimatsu, Kyushu University, Japan.
  • GoCoBa: Interactive Installation Design Applied on Combination of Context and People
    Jia-Xuan Zhan, Fan Kuo-Kuang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • A Formal Model of Mixed-Initiative Interaction in Design Exploration
    Sambit Datta, Curtin University, Australia; Michael Hobss, Deakin University, Australia.

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S042: Gesture-based Interaction (I)
Room: Manatee
Chair(s): Dimitris Grammenos, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece;

  • Hand Gesture for Taking Self Portrait
    Shaowei Chu, Jiro Tanaka, University of Tsukuba, Japan.
  • Gesture Based Automating Household Appliances
    Wei Lun Ng, Chee Kyun Ng, Nor Kamariah Noordin, Borhanuddin Mohd Ali, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.
  • 3D-Position Estimation for Hand Gesture Interface Using a Single Camera
    Seung-Hwan Choi, Ji-Hyeong Han, Jong-Hwan Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea.
  • Multi-User Pointing and Gesture Interaction for Large Screen Using Infrared Emitters and Accelerometers
    Leonardo Angelini, Maurizio Caon, Stefano Carrino, Omar Abou Khaled, Elena Mugellini, College of Engineering and Architecture of Fribourg, Switzerland.
  • Web-based Nonverbal Communication Interface using 3DAgents with Natural Gestures
    Toshiya Naka, Panasonic Corporation, Japan; Toru Ishida, Kyoto University, Japan.
  • Gesture Identification Based on Zone Entry and Axis Crossing
    Ryosuke Aoki, NTT Corporation, Japan; Yutaka Karatsu, Keio University, Japan; Masayuki Ihara, Atsuhiko Maeda, Minoru Kobayashi, NTT Corporation, Japan; Shingo Kagami, Tohoku University, Japan.
  • Musical Skin: A Dynamic Interface for Musical Performance
    Heng Jiang, Teng-Wen Chang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; Cha-Lin Liu, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan.

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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S043: Cognitive Issues in Interaction (I)
Room: Liberty
Chair(s): Liam Mayron, Harris Corp., United States;

  • Personalized Emotional Prediction Method for Real-life Objects Based on Collaborative Filtering
    Hyeong-Joon Kwon, Hyeong-Oh Kwon, Kwang-Seok Hong, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea.
  • Differences between Students and Professionals While Using a GPS based GIS in an Emergency Response Study
    Rego Granlund, Santa Anna IT Research Institute, Sweden; Helena Granlund, Santa Anna IT Research Institute / Swedish Defence Research Agency, Sweden; Nils Dahlbäck, Linkoping University, Sweden.
  • Using Uncertainty to Inform Information Sufficiency in Decision Making
    Xiao Dong, Caroline Hayes, University of Minnesota, United States.
  • Operational Characteristics Related to Memory in Operating Information Devices with Hierarchical Menu
    Norikazu Sasaki, Motoki Shino, Minoru Kamata, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Effects of Paper on Page Turning: Comparison of Paper and Electronic Media in Reading Documents with Endnotes
    Hirohito Shibata, Kengo Omura, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., Japan.
  • Spatial Tasks on a Large, High-resolution, Tiled Display: A Male Inferiority in Performance with a Mental Rotation Task
    Bernt Ivar Olsen, University of Tromsø, Norway; Bruno Laeng, University of Oslo, Norway; Kari-Ann Kristiansen, University Hospital of Northern Norway, Norway; Gunnar Hartvigsen, University of Tromsø, Norway.

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Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S044: Social Inclusion
Room: Palm Beach
Chair(s): Vicki Hanson, University of Dundee, United Kingdom;

  • Social Inclusion Through Digital Engagement
    Vicki Hanson, University of Dundee, United Kingdom.
  • Narrating Past to Present: Conveying the Needs and Values of Older People to Young Digital Technology Designers
    Elizabeth Valentine, Ania Bobrowicz, University of Kent, United Kingdom; Graeme Coleman, Lorna Gibson, Vicki Hanson, University of Dundee, United Kingdom; Saikat Kundu, Alison McKay, Raymond Holt, University of Leeds, United Kingdom.
  • Adaptive Interfaces: A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing
    Kyle Montague, Vicki Hanson, Andy Cobley, University of Dundee, United Kingdom.
  • Use of Speech Technology in Real Life Environment
    Ruimin Hu, Towson University, United States; Shaojian Zhu, UMBC, United States; Heidi Feng, Towson University, United States; Andrew Sears, UMBC, United States.
  • Collecting an American Sign Language Corpus through the Participation of Native Signers
    Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth, City University of New York, United States.
  • Preliminary Findings of an Ethnographical Research on Designing Accessible Geolocated Services with Older People
    Valeria Righi, Guiller Malon, Susan Moler, Interactive Technologies Group Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain; Sergio Sayago, University of Dundee, United Kingdom; Josep Blat, Interactive Technologies Group Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
  • Extending Predictive Models of Exploratory Behavior to Broader Populations
    Shari Trewin, John Richards, Rachel Bellamy, Bonnie John, Cal Swart, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, United States; David Sloan, University of Dundee, United Kingdom.

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S045: Intelligent Interfaces and Functionality, Adaptation, and Personalization
Room: Taylor
Chair(s): Stefan Carmien, Tecnalia Research, Spain;

  • A Generic OSGi-based Model Framework for Delivery Context Properties and Events
    Jaroslav Pullmann, Yehya Mohamad, Carlos Velasco, Fraunhofer, Germany; Stefan Carmien, Tecnalia Research, Spain.
  • Some Issues Regarding the Design of Adaptive Interface Generation Systems
    Julio Abascal, Amaia Aizpurua, Idoia Cearreta, Borja Gamecho, Nestor Garay-Vitoria, Raúl Miñón, University of the Basque Country, Spain.
  • Issues in Web Presentation for Cognitive Accessibility
    Clayton Lewis, University of Colorado, United States.
  • Inclusive Scenarios to Evaluate an Open and Standards-based Framework that Supports Accessibility and Personalization at Higher Education
    Alejandro Rodriguez-Ascaso, Jesus Boticario, Cecile Finat, Elena Del Campo, Mar Saneiro, Eva Alcocer, Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo, Emanuela Mazzone, UNED, Spain.
  • Patient-Centered Design: Interface Personalization for Individuals with Brain Injury
    Elliot Cole, Institute for Cognitive Prosthetics, United States.
  • Using a Visual Assistant to Travel Alone within the City
    Yves Lachapelle, Dany Lussier-Desrochers, Martin Caouette, Martin Therrien-Belec, Université du Québec a Trois-Rivières, Canada.
  • Modeling Users for Adaptive Semantics Visualizations
    Kawa Nazemi, Fraunhofer, Germany; Dirk Burkhardt, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany; Matthias Breyer, Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.

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S046: Multimodal and Multicultural Communicative Agent (MMMCA)
Room: Union
Chair(s): Kristiina Jokinen, University of Helsinki, Finland; Matthias Rehm, Aalborg University, Denmark; Yukiko Nakano, Seikei University, Japan

  • Dialog Behaviors across Culture and Group Size
    David Herrera, David Novick, The University of Texas at El Paso, United States; Dusan Jan, David Traum, University of Southern California, United States.
  • Head Movements, Facial Expressions and Feedback in Danish First Encounters Interactions: a Culture-Specific Analysis
    Patrizia Paggio, Costanza Navarretta, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Learning Culture-Specific Dialogue Models from Non Culture-Specific Data
    Kallirroi Georgila, David Traum, University of Southern California, United States.
  • Cultural Difference in Nonverbal Behaviors in Negotiation Conversations: Towards a Model for Culture-adapted Conversational Agents
    Fumie Nori, Afia Lipi, Yukiko Nakano, Seikei University, Japan.
  • Intercultural Dynamics of Fist Acquaintance: Comparative Study of Swedish, Chinese and Swedish-Chinese First Time Encounters
    Jens Allwood, University of Gothenburg, Sweden; Nataliya Lindström, Center SSKKII//SCCIIL, Chalmers and University of Gothenburg, Sweden; Jia Lu, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • Embedded Cultural Features in the Design of an Accessibility Agent for the Web
    Ingrid Teixeira Monteiro, Clarisse Sieckenius De Souza, PUC - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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S047: Universal Access Methods and Tools
Room: Nassau
Chair(s): Margherita Antona, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece;

  • Classifying Interaction Methods to Support Intuitive Interaction Devices for Creating User-Centered-Systems
    Dirk Burkhardt, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany; Matthias Breyer, Christian Glaser, Kawa Nazemi, Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • A Survey on Guiding Logic for Automatic User Interface Generation
    Gaurav Dubey, Pennsylvania State University, United States.
  • Search Intention Analysis for User-Centered Adaptive Visualizations
    Dirk Burkhardt, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany; Matthias Breyer, Kawa Nazemi, Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Visual Mediation Mechanisms for Collaborative Design and Development
    Carmelo Ardito, Universita degli Studi di Bari, Italy; Barbara Rita Barricelli, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy; Paolo Buono, Maria Francesca Costabile, Università degli Studi di Bari, Italy; Antonio Piccinno, Universita degli Studi di Bari, Italy; Stefano Valtolina, Li Zhu, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy.
  • Tactics Choice Behaviors Represented in a Programming Language in the Map Tracing Problems
    Nobuhito Yamamoto, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Syoko Shiroma, Ehime University, Japan; Tomoyuki Nishioka, Tsukuba University of Technology, Japan.
  • Exact Compensation of Color-Weakness with Discrimination Threshold Matching
    Rika Mochizuki, NTT Corporation, Japan; Satoshi Oshima, Chuo University, Japan; Reiner Lenz, Linköping University, Sweden; Jinhui Chao, Chuo University, Japan.
  • Supporting Inclusive Design of User Interfaces with a Virtual User Model
    Pierre Kirisci, Patrick Klein, Markus Modzelewski, Michael Lawo, University of Bremen, Germany; Yehya Mohamad, Fraunhofer, Germany; Thomas Fiddian, Chris Bowden, Royal National Institute for Deaf People, United Kingdom; Antoinette Fernnell, Joshue O Connor, National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI), Ireland.

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Virtual and Mixed Reality

S048: Human Behaviour in Virtual and Augmented Environments
Room: Lexington
Chair(s): Nadia Garcia-Hernandez, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy;

  • Intercepting Virtual Ball in Immersive Virtual Environment
    Massimiliano Valente, Davide Sobrero, Andrea Brogni, Darwin Caldwell, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy.
  • Evaluating Human-Robot Interaction During a Manipulation Experiment Conducted in Immersive Virtual Reality
    Mihai Duguleana, Grigore Florin Barbuceanu, Gheorghe Mogan, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania.
  • An Indirect Measure of the Implicit Level of Presence in Virtual Environments
    Steven Nunnally, University of Pittsburgh, United States; Durell Bouchard, Roanoke College, United States.
  • Whole Body Interaction using the Grounded Bar Interface
    Bong-gyu Jang, HyunSeok Yang, Gerard Kim, Korea University, Korea.
  • Use of Neurophysiological Metrics within a Real and Virtual Perceptual Skills Task to Determine Optimal Simulation Fidelity Requirements
    Jack Vice, Anna Skinner, Anthrotronix, Inc., United States; Chris Berka, Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc., United States; Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Daniel Barber, University of Central Florida, United States; Nicholas Pojman, Veasna Tan, Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc., United States; Marc Sebrechts, Catholic University of America, United States; Corinna Lathan, Anthrotronix, Inc., United States.
  • Effectiveness of a Tactile Display for Providing Orientation Information of 3d-patterned Surfaces
    Nadia Garcia-Hernandez, Ioannis Sarakoglou, Nikos Tsagarakis, Darwin Caldwell, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy.
  • Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Control for Large Robot Teams
    Huadong Wang, Andreas Kolling, University of Pittsburgh, United States; Nathan Brooks, Carnegie Mellon University, United States; Michael Lewis, University of Pittsburgh, United States; Katia Sycara, Carnegie Mellon University, United States.

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Internationalization, Design and Global Development

S049: Designing "Friendship" into Modern Products (II)
Room: Jade
Chair(s): Rungtai Lin, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan;

  • Friendly Design and Interaction Relationship Study on Sitou Tea-Sipping Design of Cultural Product
    Chi-Hsiung Chen, Being-Chenem Chen, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • An Exploration of the Cultural Product Design of National Palace Museum from Qualia Viewpoint
    Mei-Hsien Huang, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan; Wanyu Houng, National Palace Museum, Taiwan; Rungtai Lin, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan.
  • The Effect of Music on Spatial Ability
    Hanyu Lin, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan; Hui Yueh Hsieh, Ming Chi University of Technology, Taiwan.
  • A Study of Producing Ceramic Glaze Utilizing Shihmen Reservoir Silt
    Chi-Chang Lu, Po-Hsien Lin, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan.
  • Identifying the Features of Friendly User Interfaces from Emotional Perspectives
    Li-Chieh Chen, Po-Ying Chu, Yun-Maw Cheng, Tatung University, Taiwan.
  • Design for Aesthetic Experience
    Po-Hsien Lin, Chi-Chang Lu, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan; Mo-Li Yeh, MingDao University, Taiwan.

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Online Communities and Social Computing

S050: Electronic Business
Room: Hamilton
Chair(s): June Wei, University of West Florida, United States;

  • E-Business Solutions in the Cable TV Industry
    Viorica Harrison, June Wei, University of West Florida, United States.
  • Business-to-Business Solutions for the Cosmetic Industry
    Manami Koblentz, June Wei, University of West Florida, United States.
  • An M-Pill Framework in the Electronic Healthcare
    Nien Chieh Lee, Hi Tran, Albert Yin, June Wei, University of West Florida, United States.
  • Handshake: A Case Study for Exploring Business Networking for the Enterprise, Inside and Out
    Laurie Damianos, Donna Cuomo, Stan Drozdetski, The MITRE Corporation, United States.
  • Productivity Improvement by Using Social-Annotations about Design Intent in CAD Modelling Process
    Gerardo Alducin-Quintero, Manuel Contero, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain; Jorge Martín-Gutierrez, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain; David Guerra-Zubiaga, Centro de Ingeniería y Desarrollo Industrial (CIDESI), Mexico; Michael Johnson, Texas A&M University, United States.
  • Measuring the Success of On-line Communities in an Enterprise Networking Tool
    Lester Holtzblatt, Laurie Damianos, The MITRE Corporation, United States.

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Augmented Cognition

S051: Computational Neuroscience & Predicting Cognitive & Affective States
Room: Lake
Chair(s): Chris Forsythe, Sandia National Laboratories, United States;

  • Mapping Cognitive Attractors onto the Dynamic Landscapes of Teamwork
    Ron Stevens, UCLA IMMEX Project, United States; Jamie Gorman, Texas Tech University, United States.
  • A Dynamic Approach to the Physiological-Based Assessment of Resilience to Stressful Conditions
    Michael Zotov, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia; Chris Forsythe, Sandia National Laboratories, United States; Alexey Voyt, Inga Akhmedova, Vladimir Petrukovich, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia.
  • The Frustration Status and Noise Proof Feature during Perception of the Auditory Images
    Sergey Lytaev, Yuliaj Surovitskaj, Saint Petersburg State Pediatric Medical Academy, Russia.
  • Using Computational Modeling to Assess Use of Cognitive Strategies
    Michael Haass, Laura Matzen, Sandia National Laboratories, United States.
  • Brain Signatures of Team Performance
    Silke Dodel, Florida Atlantic University, United States; Joseph Cohn, Office of Naval Research, United States; Jochen Mersmann, CodeBox Computerdienste GmbH, Germany; Phan Luu, Electrical Geodesics, Inc., United States; Chris Forsythe, Sandia National Laboratories, United States; Viktor Jirsa, Florida Atlantic University, United States.
  • Analyzing Neural Correlates of Attentional Changes during the Exposure to Virtual Environments: Application of Transcranial Doppler Monitoring
    Beatriz Rey, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain; Vera Parkhutik, Jose Tembl, Hospital Universitari La Fe, Spain; Mariano Alcañiz, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain.

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Digital Human Modeling

S052: Posture and Comfort
Room: Fulton
Chair(s): Tim Marler, The University of Iowa, United States;

  • Predicting Support Reaction Forces for Standing and Seated Tasks with Given Postures-A Preliminary Study
    Brad Howard, Jingzhou (James) Yang, Texas Tech University, United States.
  • Research on Digital Human Model Used in Human Factor Simulation and Evaluation of Load Carriage Equipment
    Dayong Dong, Snanghai Jiaotong University, P.R. China; Lijing Wang, Xiugan Yuan, Beihang University, P.R. China; Shan Fu, Shanghai Jiaotong University, P.R. China.
  • An Alternative Formulation for Determining Weights of Joint Displacement Objective Function in Seated Posture Prediction
    Qiuling Zou, Texas Tech University, United States; Qinghong Zhang, Northern Michigan University, United States; Jingzhou (James) Yang, Robyn Boothby, Jared Gragg, Aimee Cloutier, Texas Tech University, United States.
  • Posture Reconstruction Method for Mapping Joint Angles of Motion Capture Experiments to Simulation Models
    Jared Gragg, Jingzhou (James) Yang, Robyn Boothby, Texas Tech University, United States.
  • Contact Area Determination between a N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirator and a Headform
    Zhipeng Lei, Jingzhou (James) Yang, Texas Tech University, United States.

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Human Centered Design

S053: Novel Design Approaches
Room: Empire
Chair(s): Masahiro Hori, Kansai University, Japan;

  • Knowledge Based Design of User Interface for Operating an Assistive Robot
    Rebekah Hazlett-Knudsen, Melissa Smith, Aman Behal, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Towards Compositional Design and Evaluation of Preference Elicitation Interfaces
    Alina Pommeranz, Pascal Wiggers, Catholijn Jonker, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
  • A Design-Supporting Tool for Implementing the Learning-Based Approach: Accommodating Users' Domain Knowledge into Design Processes
    Jung-Min Choi, Seoul National University, Korea; Keiichi Sato, Illinois Institute of Technology, United States.
  • A Three-Fold Integration Framework to Incorporate User-Centered Design into Agile Software Development
    Shah Rukh Humayoun, SAPIENZA - Università di Roma, Italy; Yael Dubinsky, IBM Research – Haifa, Israel; Tiziana Catarci, SAPIENZA - Università di Roma, Italy.
  • Quantitative Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Idea Generation in the Wild
    Lassi Liikkanen, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology (HIIT), Finland; Matti Hämäläinen, Aalto University, Finland; Anders Haggman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States; Tua Bjorklund, Mikko Koskinen, Aalto University, Finland.

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Design, User Experience, and Usability

S054: User Experience in Online Communication
Room: Jackson
Chair(s): Lorenzo Cantoni, Alessandro Inversini, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland

  • Context-Aware Places of Interest Recommendations for Mobile Users
    Linas Baltrunas, Free University of Bozen Bolzano, Italy; Bernd Ludwig, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany; Stefan Peer, Francesco Ricci, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy.
  • Connecting Usages with Usability Analysis through the User Experience Risk Assessment Model: A Case Study in the Tourism Domain
    Alessandro Inversini, Lorenzo Cantoni, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland; Davide Bolchini, Indiana University, United States.
  • Challenges and Opportunities of Hotel Online Booking in China
    Wei Ding, Marriott, United States.
  • A Systematic Evaluation of the Communicability of Online Privacy Mechanisms with Respect to Communication Privacy Management
    Periambal Coopamootoo, Debi Ashenden, Cranfield University, United Kingdom.
  • How to Improve User Experience in Mobile Social Networking: A User-Centered Study with Turkish Mobile Social Network Site Users
    Özgürol Öztürk, Kerem Rizvanoglu, Galatasaray University, Turkey.
  • Peru Digital: Approaching Interactive Digital Storytelling and Collaborative Interactive Web Design through Digital Ethnography, HCI, and Digital Media
    Si Jung "Jun" Kim, Natalie Underberg, University of Central Florida, United States.

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S055: Globalization / Localization of DUXU
Room: Sarasota
Chair(s): Rüdiger Heimgärtner, Intercultural User Interface Consulting (IUIC), Germany;

  • Towards Future Methods to Take into Account Cross-cultural Differences in Design: An Example with the "Expert Community Staff" (ECS)
    Jérôme Dinet, Robin Vivian, Eric Brangier, University Paul Verlaine of Metz, France.
  • A Culturally Driven Approach for the Development of Innovative User Interface Design Concepts
    Andre Liem, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway.
  • Guidelines on Website Design and Colour Selection for International Acceptance
    Martin Maguire, Loughborough University, United Kingdom.
  • Leading International UX Research Projects
    Jakob Biesterfeldt, UID (User Interface Design), Germany; Miranda Capra, HumanCentric, United States.
  • Conformity with User Expectations on the Web: Are there Cultural Differences for Design Principles?
    Andreas Auinger, Anna Aistleithner, Harald Kindermann, Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences, Austria; Andreas Holzinger, Medical University of Graz, Austria.
  • Empathy as a Key Factor for Successful Intercultural HCI Design
    Rüdiger Heimgärtner, Intercultural User Interface Consulting (IUIC), Germany; Lutz-Wolfgang Tiede, Helmut Windl, Continental Automotive GmbH, Germany.
  • Company Culture Audit to Improve Development Team’s Collaboration, Communication, and Cooperation
    Emilie Gould, State University of NY at Albany, United States; Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc. (AM+A), United States.

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15:30 – 16:00
Coffee Break



16:00 – 18:00
Ergonomics and Health Aspects of Work with Computers

S056: Light and Display
Room: Jackson
Chair(s): Oliver Stefani, Fraunhofer, Germany;

  • Multi-Resolution-Display System for Virtual Reality Setups
    Jürgen Grüninger, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) / Intel Visual Computing Institute, Germany; Hilko Hoffmann, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany; Uwe Kloos, Reutlingen University, Germany; Jens Krüger, DFKI / Intel Visual Computing Institute / Cluster of Excellence Multimodal Computing & Interaction / SCI Institute, Germany.
  • LED Office Lighting to Promote Performance and Well-being
    Katrin Möller, Kompetenzzentrum Licht GmbH, Austria; Vincent Grote, Human Research GmbH, Austria; Katharina Keller, Zumtobel Lighting, Austria; Dieter Lorenz, Fachhochschule Gießen-Friedberg, Germany; Maximilian Moser, Medical University of Graz, Austria; Tran Quoc Khanh, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.
  • Changing Color over Time
    Dragan Sekulovski, Ingrid Vogels, Ramon Clout, Malgorzata Perz, Philips Research Europe, Netherlands.
  • SmartHeliosity: Emotional Ergonomics Through Colored Light
    Oliver Stefani, Fraunhofer, Germany; Milind Mahale, Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design, Germany; Achim Pross, Matthias Bues, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • A Study of Vision Ergonomic of LED Display Signs on Different Environment Illuminance
    Jeih-Jang Liou, Li-Lun Huang, Chih-Fu Wu, Chih-Lung Yeh, Yung-Hsiang Chen, Tatung University, Taiwan.
  • Measuring Corrective Reaction Time with the Intermittent Illumination Model
    Jui-Feng Lin, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan; Colin Drury, State University of NY at Buffalo, United States; Chin-Mei Chou, Yu-De Lin, Yi-Quan Lin, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan.

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Human Interface and the Management of Information

S057: Novel Devices and Techniques for Interacting with Information
Room: Dixie
Chair(s): Martin Klima, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic;

  • Comfortable Design of Task-Related Information Displayed Using Optical See-Through Head-Mounted Display
    Kazuhiro Tanuma, Keio University, Japan; Tomohiro Sato, Makoto Nomura, Brother Industries, Ltd., Japan; Miwa Nakanishi, Keio University, Japan.
  • Big Fat Wand: A Laser Projection System for Information Sharing in a Workspace
    Toru Takahashi, Takao Terano, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Vector Keyboard for Android Platform-based Devices
    Martin Klima, Pavel Slavik, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic.
  • A Comparison between Single and Dual Monitor Productivity and the Effects of Window Management Styles on Performance
    Alex Stegman, Federal Aviation Administration, United States; Chen Ling, Randa Shehab, University of Oklahoma, United States.
  • Design of Vibration Alert Interface Based on Tactile Adaptation Model to Vibration Stimulation
    Yuki Mori, Takayuki Tanaka, Shun’ichi Kaneko, Hokkaido University, Japan.
  • What Maps and What Displays for Remote Situation Awareness and ROV Localization?
    Ryad Chellali, Khelifa Baizid, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy.
  • Object and Scene Recognition Using Color Descriptors and Adaptive Color KLT
    Volkan Bagci, Mariofanna Milanova, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States; Roumen Kountchev, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria; Roumiana Kountcheva, Vladimir Todorov, T&K Engineering Co., Bulgaria.

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S058: Education and Training
Room: Lexington
Chair(s): Alan Chan, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong;

  • Transforming a Standard Lecture into a Hybrid Learning Scenario
    Hans-Martin Pohl, Jan-Torsten Milde, Jan Lingelbach, Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
  • Learner-Centered Methodology for Designing and Developing Multimedia Simulation for Biology Education
    Chi-Cheng Lin, Winona State University, United States; Mark Bergland, Karen Klyczek, University of Wisconsin – River Falls, United States.
  • Development of a Tracking Sound Game for Exercise Support of Visually Impaired
    Yoshikazu Ikegami, Keita Ito, Hironaga Ishii, Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Developing Optimum Interface Design for On-screen Chinese Proofreading Tasks
    Alan Chan, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Joey Chung Yin So, Purdue University, United States; Steve Ngai Hung Tsang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • Enhancing English Learning Website Content and User Interface Functions Using Integrated Quality Assessment
    Dylan Sung, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan.
  • Visual Programming of Location-Based Services
    Antonio Bottaro, SOGEI Spa, Italy; Enrico Marino, Franco Milicchio, Alberto Paoluzzi, Roma Tre University, Italy; Maurizio Rosina, SOGEI Spa, Italy; Federico Spini, Roma Tre University, Italy.

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Human-Computer Interaction

S059: Facial Gesture Recognition and Gaze Tracking
Room: Madison
Chair(s): Csaba Antonya, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania;

  • Face Recognition using Local Graph Structure (LGS)
    Eimad Eldin Abdu Abusham, Housam Khalifa Bashier, Multimedia University, Malaysia.
  • Facial Expression Recognition using AAMICPF
    Jun-Sung Lee, Chi-Min Oh, Chil-Woo Lee, Chonnam National University, Korea.
  • Facial Expression Recognition for Learning Status Analysis
    Mau-Tsuen Yang, Yi-Ju Cheng, Ya-Chun Shih, National Dong-Hwa University, Taiwan.
  • Head-Computer Interface: A Multimodal Approach to Navigate Through Real and Virtual Worlds
    Francesco Carrino, University of Fribourg & College of Engineering and Architecture of Fribourg, Switzerland; Julien Tscherrig, Elena Mugellini, Omar Abou Khaled, College of Engineering and Architecture of Fribourg, Switzerland; Rolf Ingold, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
  • Eye-gaze Detection by Image Analysis Under Natural Light
    Kiyohiko Abe, Kanto Gakuin University, Japan; Shoichi Ohi, Minoru Ohyama, Tokyo Denki University, Japan.
  • Attentive User Interface for Interaction within Virtual Reality Environments based on Gaze Analysis
    Grigore Florin Barbuceanu, Csaba Antonya, Mihai Duguleana, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania; Zoltan Rusak, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
  • Manual and Accelerometer Analysis of Head Nodding Patterns in Goal-oriented Dialogues
    Masashi Inoue, Yamagata University, Japan; Toshio Irino, Wakayama University, Japan; Nobuhiro Furuyama, National Institute of Informatics, Japan; Ryoko Hanada, Takako Ichinomiya, Kyoto University of Education, Japan; Hiroyasu Massaki, Sokendai, Japan.

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S060: Brain Interfaces and Electromyography
Room: Park
Chair(s): Giuseppe Andreoni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy;

  • A Hybrid Brain-Computer Interface for Smart Home Control
    Günter Edlinger, Clemens Holzner, Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH and Guger Technologies OG, Austria.
  • Psychometric Evaluation with Brain-Computer Interface
    Paolo Perego, Politecnico di Milano, Italy; Anna Carla Turconi, Chiara Gagliardi, IRCCS E. Medea, Italy; Giuseppe Andreoni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
  • Uni-model Human System Interface using sEMG
    Srinivasan Jayaraman, TATA Consultancy Services, Ltd., India; Venkatesh Balasubramanian, IIT-Madras, India.
  • Spectral Subtraction based Emotion Recognition Using EEG
    Jin-Hong Min, Hyeong-Oh Kwon, Kwang-Seok Hong, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea.
  • Low Power Wireless EEG Headset for BCI Applications
    Shrishail Patki, Bernard Grundlehner, Holst Center/Imec-NL, Netherlands; Toru Nakada, Panasonic Corporation, Netherlands; Julien Penders, Holst Center/Imec-NL, Netherlands.

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S061: Advanced HCI Applications
Room: Fulton
Chair(s): Lawrence Henschen, Northwestern University, United States;

  • Design of Shadows on the OHP Metaphor-based Presentation Interface which Visualizes a Presenter’s Actions
    Yuichi Murata, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Kazutaka Kurihara, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST), Japan; Toshio Mochizuki, Senshu University, Japan; Buntarou Shizuki, Jiro Tanaka, University of Tsukuba, Japan.
  • Evaluation of User Support of a Hemispherical Sub-Display with GUI Pointing Functions
    Shinichi Ike, Saya Yokoyama, Yuya Yamanishi, Naohisa Matsuuchi, Kochi National College of Technology, Japan; Kazunori Shimamura, Kochi University of Technology, Japan; Takumi Yamaguchi, Haruya Shiba, Kochi National College of Technology, Japan.
  • Assessing the Effect of a Power-Flow Gauge on Driving Behaviors Affecting Energy Consumption
    Sang-Hwan Kim, University of Michigan - Dearborn, United States; Heramb Dandekar, Chrysler Group LLC., United States; Edgar Camez, Ford Motor Company, United States; Heather Harrelson, University of Michigan - Dearborn, United States.
  • An Analytical Alarm Flood Reduction to Reduce Operator’s Workload
    Jens Folmer, Dorothea Pantförder, Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Technische Universität München, Germany.
  • The Virtual Workplace of a Mobile Employee – How Does Vischer`s Model Function in Identifying Physical, Functional and Psychosocial Fit?
    Ursula Hyrkkänen, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland; Suvi Nenonen, Aalto University / Helsinki University of Technology, Finland.
  • The H-Metaphor as an example for Cooperative Vehicle Driving
    Daniel Damboeck, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany; Martin Kienle, Klaus Bengler, Heiner Bubb, Technische Universität München, Germany.
  • A Proposal of an Interactive Music Composition System using Gibbs Sampler
    Akira Shirai, Tadahiro Taniguchi, Ritsumeikan University, Japan.

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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S062: Cognitive Issues in Interaction (II)
Room: Jade
Chair(s): Rego Granlund, Santa Anna IT Research Institute, Sweden;

  • Mental Models: Have Users’ Mental Models of Search Engines Improved in the Last Ten Years?
    Sifiso Mlilo, Andrew Thatcher, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.
  • Modeling Visual Attention for Rule-based Usability Simulations of Elderly Citizen
    Aaron Russ, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany.
  • Preferred Temporal Characteristics of an Advance Notification System for Autonomous Powered Wheelchair
    Takuma Ito, Minoru Kamata, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Kansei Evaluation of HDR Color Images with Different Tone Curves and Sizes - Foundational Investigation of Difference between Japanese and Chinese -
    Tomoharu Ishikawa, Yunge Guan, Yi-Chun Chen, Utsunomiya University, Japan; Hisashi Oguro, Toppan Printing Co., Ltd., Japan; Masao Kasuga, Miyoshi Ayama, Utsunomiya University, Japan.
  • Information Searching on the Web: the Cognitive Difficulties Experienced by Older Users in Modifying Unsuccessful Information Searches
    Aline Chevalier, Université de Toulouse, France; Aurélie Dommes, IFSTTAR, France; Jean-Claude Marquié, Université de Toulouse, France.
  • Template for Website Browsing
    Fong-Ling Fu, National Chengchi University, Taiwan; Chiu Hung Su, Hwa Hsia Institute of Technology, Taiwan.

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Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S063: Universal Access in Practice
Room: Palm Beach
Chair(s): Simeon Keates, University of Abertay Dundee, United Kingdom; Ray Adams, Middlesex University, United Kingdom

  • Using Motion-Sensing Remote Controls with Older Adults
    Thomas von Bruhn Hinné, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Simeon Keates, University of Abertay Dundee, United Kingdom.
  • The Barriers to and Benefits of Use of ICT for People with Visual Impairment
    Kristin Fuglerud, Norwegian Computing Center, Norway.
  • A study of Accessibility Requirements for Media Players on the Web
    Lourdes Moreno, María González, Paloma Martínez, Ana Iglesias, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain.
  • A Method to Automate the Ranking of Web Pages According to User Defined Accessibility Ratings
    Alice Good, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom.
  • Examining the Current State of Group Support Accessibility - A Focus Group Study
    John Schoeberlein, Yuanqiong Wang, Towson University, United States.
  • An Investigation of a Personas-based Model Assessment for Experiencing User-centred Design
    Wen Cing-Yan Nivala, De Montfort University, United Kingdom; De-Lai Men, South China University of Technology, P.R. China; Tin-Kai Chen, Shu-Te University, Taiwan; Robert Chen, De Montfort University, United Kingdom.
  • Evaluation of Expert Systems: The Application of a Reference Model to the Usability Parameter
    Paula Miranda, Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal (IPS), Portugal; Pedro Isaías, Universidade Aberta, Portugal; Manuel Crisóstomo, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal.

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S064: Design Access in Ergonomics and Interaction
Room: Hamilton
Chair(s): Fong-Gong Wu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan;

  • Use-state Analysis to Find Domains to Be Re-designed
    Masami Maekawa, Sosa Design Inc. / Wakayama University, Japan; Toshiki Yamaoka, Wakayama University, Japan.
  • Modeling the Role of Empathic Design Engaged Personas: An Emotional Design Approach
    Robert Chen, Wen Cing-Yan Nivala, Chien-Bang Chen, De Montfort University, United Kingdom.
  • Digitizing Interaction: the Application of Parameter-Oriented Design Methodology to the Teaching/ Learning of Interaction Design
    Shu-Wen Tzeng, Auburn University, United States.
  • Using Interface Design with Low-cost Interactive Whiteboard Technology to Enhance Learning for Children
    Chien-Yu Lin, National University of Tainan, Taiwan; Fong-Gong Wu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; De-Shiung Chen, National Tainan School for Hearing Impaired, Taiwan; Yan-Jin Wu, National University of Tainan, Taiwan; Kenendy Huang, Ta-Nai Elementary School, Taiwan; Chia-Pei Liu, Municipal Jinsyue Elementary School, Taiwan; Shu-Ying Chou, Tainan Municipal Heshun Elementary School, Taiwan.
  • The Relationships between Morphology and Work for the Nursing Performance of Hand Controls in Emergency Surgery
    Chao-Yuan Tseng, Fong-Gong Wu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
  • Observe the User Interactive Behavior with a Large Multi-Touch Display in Public Space
    Chien-Hsu Chen, Hsiao-Mei Hung, I-Jui Lee, Yu-Wen Chen, Fong-Gong Wu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
  • A Study on An Usability Measurement Based on The Mental Model
    Yuki Yamada, Keisuke Ishihara, Toshiki Yamaoka, Wakayama University, Japan.

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S065: Distributed Intelligence and the Web
Room: Lake
Chair(s): Pier Luigi Emiliani, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy;

  • Adaptations Based on Ontology Evolution as a Mean to Exploit Collective Intelligence
    Laura Burzagli, Francesco Gabbanini, Pier Luigi Emiliani, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy.
  • GeoDrinking: How to Extract Value from an Extended Social Wine Drinking Experience
    Alessandro Marcengo, Telecom Italia, Italy; Amon Rapp, Telecom Italia / Università di Torino / “Progetto Lagrange, Fondazione C.R.T.”, Italy.
  • Technology Support via Telephone – to Elderly and People with Disability
    Lars Johansson, Claes Tjäder, Swedish Institute for Assistive Technology (SIAT), Sweden.
  • Virtual Structured Dialogic Design as Tool for Analysis of Threats before Implementing European Dialogues Aiming to Identify R&D Gaps in Assistive ICT
    Yiannis Laouris, Georgina Siitta, Cyprus Neuroscience & Technology Institute (CNTI), Cyprus; Patrick Roe, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland; Pier Luigi Emiliani, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy; Aleco Christakis, Cyprus Neuroscience & Technology Institute (CNTI), Cyprus.
  • An Intelligent Task Assignment and Personalization System for Students’ Online Collaboration
    Asterios Leonidis, George Margetis, Margherita Antona, Constantine Stephanidis, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece.
  • Creating a Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure
    Gregg Vanderheiden, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States; Jutta Treviranus, OCAD University, Canada.
  • Virtual User Concept for Inclusive Design of Consumer Products and User Interfaces
    Yehya Mohamad, Carlos Velasco, Jaroslav Pullmann, Fraunhofer, Germany; Michael Lawo, Pierre Kirisci, University of Bremen, Germany.

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Virtual and Mixed Reality

S066: 3D Technology for HMD and LCD as a Human Interface
Room: Escambia
Chair(s): Masaru Miyao, Nagoya University, Japan; Sina Fateh, United States

  • Stereoscopic Vision Induced by Parallax Images on HMD and its Influence on Visual Functions
    Satoshi Hasegawa, Nagoya Bunri University, Japan; Akira Hasegawa, Nagoya University, Japan; Masako Omori, Kobe Women's University, Japan; Hiromu Ishio, Nagoya University, Japan; Hiroki Takada, University of Fukui, Japan; Masaru Miyao, Nagoya University, Japan.
  • Comparison in Degree of the Motion Sickness Induced by a 3-D Movie on an LCD and an HMD
    Hiroki Takada, University of Fukui, Japan; Yasuyuki Matsuura, Nagoya University, Japan; Masumi Takada, Aichi University of Medicine, Japan; Masaru Miyao, Nagoya University, Japan.
  • Simultaneous measurement of lens accommodation and convergence to real objects
    Tomoki Shiomi, Hiromu Ishio, Hiroki Hori, Nagoya University, Japan; Hiroki Takada, University of Fukui, Japan; Masako Omori, Kobe Women's University, Japan; Satoshi Hasegawa, Nagoya Bunri University, Japan; Shohei Matsunuma, Nagoya Industrial Science Research Institute, Japan; Akira Hasegawa, Tetsuya Kanda, Masaru Miyao, Nagoya University, Japan.
  • Comparison of Accommodation and Convergence by Simultaneous Measurements during 2D and 3D Vision Gaze
    Hiroki Hori, Tomoki Shiomi, Tetsuya Kanda, Akira Hasegawa, Hiromu Ishio, Yasuyuki Matsuura, Nagoya University, Japan; Masako Omori, Kobe Women's University, Japan; Hiroki Takada, University of Fukui, Japan; Satoshi Hasegawa, Nagoya Bunri University, Japan; Masaru Miyao, Nagoya University, Japan.
  • Effect of Weak Hyperopia on Stereoscopic Vision
    Masako Omori, Kobe Women's University, Japan; Asei Sugiyama, Hiroki Hori, Tomoki Shiomi, Tetsuya Kanda, Akira Hasegawa, Hiromu Ishio, Nagoya University, Japan; Hiroki Takada, University of Fukui, Japan; Satoshi Hasegawa, Nagoya Bunri University, Japan; Masaru Miyao, Nagoya University, Japan.
  • Visibility Experiment and Evaluation of 3D Character Representation on Mobile Displays
    Hiromu Ishio, Nagoya University, Japan.

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Internationalization, Design and Global Development

S067: Human Factors and Control of Complex Systems
Room: Manatee
Chair(s): Qin Gao, Zhizhong Li, Tsinghua University, P.R. China

  • Driving Distraction Analysis by ECG Signals: an Entropy Analysis
    Lu Yu, Xianghong Sun, Kan Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China.
  • Toward Understanding the Relationship between Task Complexity and Task Performance
    Peng Liu, Zhizhong Li, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Attribute Description Service for Large-Scale Networks
    Donald Kline, John Quan, University of Alaska Fairbanks, United States.
  • The Application of Human Models in the Thermal Comfort Assessment of Fighter Plane’s Cockpit
    Haifeng Shen, Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, P.R. China.
  • Application of Human Modeling in Multi-Crew Cockpit Design
    Xiaohui Sun, Feng Gao, Xiugan Yuan, Jingquan Zhao, Beihang University, P.R. China.
  • Accommodating Both Expert Users and Novice Users in One Interface by Utilizing Multi-Layer Interface in Complex Function Products
    T. K. Philip Hwang, Horng-Yi Yu, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan.
  • Study on Synthetic Evaluation of Human Performance in Manually Controlled Spacecraft Rendezvous and Docking Tasks
    Ting Jiang, Chunhui Wang, Zhiqiang Tian, China Astronaut Training and Research Center, P.R. China; Yongzhong Xu, National Laboratory of Human Factors Engineering, P.R. China; Zheng Wang, China Astronaut Training and Research Center, P.R. China.

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Online Communities and Social Computing

S068: Higher Education and Social Computing Applications
Room: Liberty
Chair(s): Gabriele Meiselwitz, Towson University, United States;

  • Gaining Insight into the Application of Second Life in a Computing Course: Students' Perspectives
    James Braman, Alfreda Dudley, Towson University, United States; Kidd Colt, Independent Consultant, United States; Giovanni Vincenti, Yuanqiong Wang, Towson University, United States.
  • Is Your Social Networking Privacy Reliant on Intuitive Interfaces?
    Deborah Carstens, Veronica Giguere, Florida Institute of Technology, United States.
  • Recent Trends in Software Support for Online Communities for Teaching and Research Projects in Higher Education
    Daniel Kadenbach, Carsten Kleiner, University of Applied Sciences & Arts Hannover, Germany.
  • Teacher Agents: The Current State, Future Trends, and Many Roles of Intelligent Agents in Education
    Kevin Reed, Northern Virginia Community College, United States; Gabriele Meiselwitz, Towson University, United States.
  • Assessments in Large- and Small-scale Wiki Collaborative Learning Environments: Recommendations for Educators and Wiki Designers
    Portia Pusey, Gabriele Meiselwitz, Towson University, United States.
  • Third Agers and Social Networking in Higher Education
    Christopher Connolly, Gabriele Meiselwitz, Towson University, United States.
  • Meet Researcher in the Real World using the ConAR:Context-Aware Researcher
    Sung-Wook Baek, Jong-Hoon Seo, Tack-Don Han, Yonsei University, Korea.

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Augmented Cognition

S069: AugCog Overview
Room: Nassau
Chair(s): Kay Stanney, Design Interactive, Inc., United States;

  • A Hierarchical Adaptation Framework for Adaptive Training Systems
    Sven Fuchs, Angela Carpenter, Meredith Carroll, Kelly Hale, Design Interactive, Inc., United States.
  • Theoretical Transpositions in Brain Function and the Underpinnings of Augmented Cognition
    Cali Fidopiastis, University of Alabama, Birmingham, United States.
  • Facial Recognition: An Enabling Technology for Augmented Cognition Applications
    Denise Nicholson, Christine Podilchuk, Kathleen Bartlett, DSCI, United States.
  • The Evolution of Human Systems: A Brief Overview
    Jefferson Grubb, Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, United States; Joseph Cohn, Office of Naval Research, United States.
  • Trust in Human-Computer Interactions as Measured by Frustration, Surprise, and Workload
    Leanne Hirshfield, Stuart Hirshfield, Samuel Hincks, Matthew Russell, Rachel Ward, Tom Williams, Hamilton College, United States.
  • An Intelligent Infrastructure for In-Flight Situation Awareness of Aviation Pilots
    Alessandro Di Nuovo, Rosario Bruno Cannavò, Santo Di Nuovo, Università degli Studi di Catania, Italy.
  • Characterizing the Performance Limits of High Speed Image Triage using Bayesian Search Theory
    Santosh Mathan, Honeywell Labs, United States; Kenneth Hild, Yonghong Huang, Misha Pavel, Oregon Health and Science University, United States.

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Digital Human Modeling

S070: Applications of Digital Human Modelling
Room: Empire
Chair(s): Cornelius Malerczyk, University of Applied Science Friedberg-Giessen, Germany;

  • A Framework for Automatic Simulated Accessibility Assessment in Virtual Environments
    Nikolaos Kaklanis, Panagiotis Moschonas, Konstantinos Moustakas, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece.
  • Second Life as a Platform for Creating Intelligent Virtual Agents
    Larry Hodges, Clemson University, United States; Amy Ulinski, University of Wyoming, United States; Toni Bloodworth, Austen Hayes, John Mark Smotherman, Clemson University, United States; Brandon Kerr, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States.
  • Polymorphic Cumulative Learning in Integrated Cognitive Architectures for Analysis of Pilot-Aircraft Dynamic Environment
    Yin Tangwen, Shan Fu, Shanghai Jiaotong University, P.R. China.
  • The Research of Crew Workload Evaluation Based on Digital Human Model
    Yiyuan Zheng, Shan Fu, Shanghai Jiaotong University, P.R. China.
  • Planar Vertical Jumping Simulation-A Pilot Study
    Burak Ozsoy, Jingzhou (James) Yang, Texas Tech University, United States.

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Human Centered Design

S071: Objective Aspects and Subjective Aspects in User Experience
Room: Sarasota
Chair(s): Masaaki Kurosu, The Open University of Japan, Japan;

  • Descriptive Words for Expressing the User Experience
    Masaaki Kurosu, The Open University of Japan, Japan.
  • Real User Experience of ICT Devices among Elderly People
    Ayako Hashizume, Toshimasa Yamanaka, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Masaaki Kurosu, The Open University of Japan, Japan.
  • Idea Creation Method for HCD
    Kazuhiko Yamazaki, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Vision-proposal Design Method
    Koji Yanagida, Kurashiki University of Science and the Art, Japan; Yoshihiro Ueda, Fujitsu Design, Ltd., Japan; Kentaro Go, University of Yamanashi, Japan; Katsumi Takahashi, Holon Create Inc., Japan; Seiji Hayakawa, Ricoh, Japan; Kazuhiko Yamazaki, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Study of Honest Signal: Bringing Unconscious Channel of Communication into Awareness through Interactive Prototype
    Youn Jung Kwak, Seoul National University, Korea; Tiia Suomalainen, Jussi Mikkonen, Aalto University, Finland.
  • Investigation of Indirect Oral Operation Method for Think Aloud Usability Testing
    Masahiro Hori, Yasunori Kihara, Takashi Kato, Kansai University, Japan.
  • Investigating Users' Interaction with Physical Products - Applying Qualitative and Quantitative Methods
    Chun-Juei Chou, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; Chris Conley, Gravitytank (Innovation Consulting Firm), United States.

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Design, User Experience, and Usability

S072: Promoting Design Quality, Design Culture and Innovative Thinking within the Enterprise
Room: Taylor
Chair(s): Sabine Kabel-Eckes, SAP Labs, LLC, United States;

  • Design Innovation for Enterprise Software
    Mark Detweiler, Liam Friedland, Informatica, United States.
  • Why Enterprises Can’t Innovate: Helping Companies Learn Design Thinking
    Jon Innes, UX Innovation LLC, United States.
  • Designing the AR Experience: Tools and Tips for Mobile Augmented Reality UX Design
    Gini Keating, Daniel Guest, Anne Konertz, Niccolo Padovani, Andrea Villa, Qualcomm, United States.
  • The Necessity of Personal Freedom to Increase HCI Design Quality
    Rüdiger Heimgärtner, Intercultural User Interface Consulting (IUIC), Germany; Helmut Windl, Alkesh Solanki, Continental Automotive GmbH, Germany.
  • Scalability of UX Activities in Large Enterprises: An Experience Report from SAP AG
    Boris Hecker, Matthias Berger, SAP AG, Germany.
  • Make Space for the Customer: The Shift Towards Customer Centricity
    Kostanija Petrovic, OpenText Corporation, Germany; Melanie Siegmann, SAP AG, Germany.
  • Make User-Centered Design Sustainable in China
    JunJie (Jeff) Zhu, SAP Labs China, P.R. China.

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S073: Sustainability: Future Roles, Responsibilities, and Opportunities for the HCI Profession
Room: Union
Chair(s): Christine Ronnewinkel, SAP, Germany; Janaki Kumar, SAP Labs, LLC., United States

  • Future Centered Design: Designing for Sustainable Business
    Janaki Kumar, Peter Graf, SAP Labs, LLC., United States.
  • Managing a Green Giant: Sustainability Performance Management, a User Experience Perspective
    Benjamin Tomsky, Angad Manco, SAP Labs, LLC., United States.
  • What Sustainability Brings to the Research Table
    Niyati Bedekar, Sally Lawler Kennedy, SAP Labs, LLC., United States.
  • The Grid Intelligent Planning Framework: Planning Electric Utility Investments in a Time of Accelerating Change
    Geoff Ryder, Fatimah Shahid, Sui Yan, SAP Labs, LLC., United States.
  • User-Experience for Personal Sustainability Software: Determining Design Philosophy and Principles
    Aaron Marcus, Jennifer Dumpert, Laurie Wigham, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc. (AM+A), United States.

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