Talis and University of Birmingham
HCI Education - opportunities for change
column || SIGCHI Bulletin, 34(1), January 2002, p.7.
driving as a cyborg experience. Essay. Jan 2002.
essay as pdf
Formal Methods in HCI:
a Success Story – why it works and how to reproduce it.
Unpublshed manuscript, Lancaster University.
abstract and full paper
the ultimate interface and the sums of life?.
Interfaces, no 50, Spring 2002. pp. 16
A. Dix and G. Ellis (2002).
By chance - enhancing interaction with large data sets through statistical sampling. Proceedings of Advanced Visual Interfaces - AVI2002, Trento, Italy, ACM Press. pp.167-176.
abstract, contents and references || draft paper (pdf, 288K)
HCI Education - just-in-time theory
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Towards a Ubiquitous Semantics of Interaction: phenomenology, scenarios
and traces. Interactive Systems. Design, Specification, and Verification
9th International Workshop, DSV-IS 2002. P. Forbrig, Q. Limbourg, B. Urban,
J. Vanderdonckt (Eds.). Rostock, Germany, June 2002. Springer, LNCS
2545, pp. 238-252.
abstract || draft paper (PDF, 166K)
HCI Education - pride and hubris
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G. Ellis and A. Dix (2002).
density control through random sampling : an architectural perspective. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Information Visualisation - IV02, London, UK, July 2002, IEEE Computer Society. pp. 82-90.
abstract and references
Managing the Ecology of Interaction. Proceedings of Tamodia 2002
- First International Workshop on Task Models and User Interface Design
(Bucharest, Romania, 18-19 July 2002), C. Pribeanu, J. Vanderdonckt (Eds.).
INFOREC Publishing House, Bucharest. pp. 1-9
extended abstract || draft paper (PDF, 98K)
HCI Education - real men do it generously
column || SIGCHI Bulletin, 34(5), Sept 2002, pp. 6
exploring the future in story and folktale (position paper). Workshop
on Understanding User Experience: Literary Analysis meets HCI, HCI'2002,
London, 3 Sept 2002
D. Ramduny-Ellis and A. Dix (2002).
Impedance Matching: When you need to know What. Proceedings of HCI2002 (London, September 2002). Faulkner X., Finlay J., Detienne F. (eds.), London, UK, Springer, pp 121-137.
abstract and references || draft paper (pdf, 269K)
beyond intention - pushing boundaries with incidental interaction. Building
Bridges: Interdisciplinary Context-Sensitive Computing, Glasgow University,
9 Sept 2002
abstract || full paper (PDF, 189K)
T. Rodden, A. Friday, H. Muller and A. Dix (2002).
A Lightweight Approach to Managing Privacy in Location-Based Services. EQUATOR Annual Conference 2002. Equator-02-058.
@ scientfic commons | eprint @ Bristol | conference web site
HCI Education - on the level
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Alan Dix with Devina Ramduny, Paul Rayson, Victor Ochieng, Ian Sommerville
and Adrian Mackenzie (2002).
artefacts speak and artefacts to speak Position paper for "Analyzing Collaborative Activity" - CSCW 2002.
Cheverst, K., Fitton, D., Dix, A., and Rouncefield, M., (2002), "Exploring Situated Interaction with Ubiquitous Office Door Displays", in Proc. of the Workshop on 'Situated Interaction' at CSCW '02, New Orleans, November 2002.
Cheverst, K., Fitton, D., Dix, A., and Rouncefield, M., "Exploring Situated Interaction with Ubiquitous Office Door Displays", in Proc. of International Workshop on Public, Community, and Situated Displays, K. O'Hara, E. Churchill, M. Perry and D. Russell (Eds), New Orleans, November 2002.