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A theory of direct manipulation predicts that this interface style will smooth the transition. ... Generalizations of our results to other complex systems are presented. ... This research was supported by the Office of Naval Technology. ...doi:10.1145/142750.142770 dblp:conf/chi/BallasHP92 fatcat:z6azrru3nvbodjoelrnctl54vy
Objectiv e:The purpose of this research is to extract factors affecting office lighting and their relations, and then develop a framework that helps designers research and design smart lighting systems ... Background: Due to the highly specialized usages of offices, the lighting system within offices also varies according to space, work, user, etc. ... Once a command is issued for lighting by either the system or direct manipulation, the driving device is initiated with energy transferred to LED. ...doi:10.5143/jesk.2016.35.1.29 fatcat:t7rbznkaffdgpc7voxsog2flte
ISO-8879, Information Processing—Text and Office Systems—Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), Geneva, 1986. C.F. Goldfarb, The SGML Handbook, Oxford University Press, 1990. ... Heeman, and J.C. van Vliet, ‘INFORM: an interactive syntax-directed formulae editor’, The Journal of Systems and Software, 9(3), 169-182, (March 1989). F.C. ...
Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction
Acknowledgements Thanks to Ben Shneiderman and two anonymous referees for their helpful comments on an earlier draft of the chapter; to my colleagues in Personal Systems Lab for numerous discussions and ... All three authors discuss the limitations of direct manipulation in the context of desktop office systems such as the Xerox Star, Apple Macintosh, or HP NewWave systems. ... Provision of a linguistic interface to the NewWave Agent mentioned in Section 4.2 would create this arrangement within a desktop office system. ...doi:10.1016/b978-044481862-1.50087-x fatcat:naal77xkcngibjyfggpz6f2kyq
Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction
Acknowledgements Thanks to Ben Shneiderman and two anonymous referees for their helpful comments on an earlier draft of the chapter; to my colleagues in Personal Systems Lab for numerous discussions and ... All three authors discuss the limitations of direct manipulation in the context of desktop office systems such as the Xerox Star, Apple Macintosh, or HP NewWave systems. ... Provision of a linguistic interface to the NewWave Agent mentioned in Section 4.2 would create this arrangement within a desktop office system. ...doi:10.1016/b978-044481862-1/50087-x fatcat:y6vvsjlac5fonkf5cu2pppxdja
Journal of Systems Management
By the same token, simply making a graphics “package” available for use/manipulation through a ter- minal in the executive's office does not create an effective decision support system. ... The System Specification Process Technological aspects of a decision support system are structured from a determination of the nature in JUNE @ 1983 which user information needs are to be met. ...
Acknowledgments I am grateful to the Control Data Corporation for partial support (grant 80M 15) of my work and to the University of Maryland Computer Science Center for computer resources to prepare this ... Designers of advanced office automation systems have used direct manipulation principles. ... Hatfield is applying many direct manipulation principles in his work on an advanced office automation system. ...doi:10.1109/mc.1983.1654471 fatcat:sfmp535lwjby3crouyjbu4rwda
Are-conceptualization of the direct manipulation philosophy is suggested to accommodate these developments in which directness is said to be a property of both action and language based systems. ... direct manipulation, direct conversation, user interface, metaphor, modality The earliest interactive computer systems were based on a conversational mode of interaction, in which user and computer communicated ... Acknowledgements I thank numerous colleagues and friends for their inputs to this paper, through critical reading and extensive discussion of earlier drafts. These include Phil ...doi:10.1080/01449299308924396 fatcat:ttiyqtgw3vdibavgssplku6psq
Design and testing of a polynucleotide encoding the Streptococcus pyogenes protein in which the nucleotide sequence has been optimized for expression in mammalian cells. ... US 9,234,213 Engineered CRISPR-Cas9 systems for genomic modification in mammalian cells. ... Cas component systems, methods, and compositions for sequence manipulation. Systems, methods, and compositions for manipulation of sequences and/or activities of target sequences. ...doi:10.1038/nbt.3579 fatcat:dbq3qnfuyneujp3xgabkwwlm5y
The Journal of Information and Image Management
Overall, office automation attempts to capture, store, manipulate, retrieve, communicate and print all the keystrokes generated inside an office, thus reducing, if not eliminating, the use of internally-generated ... An optical disk-based document image processor can handle precisely that type of information, because it is a system that captures, stores, manipulates, retrieves, communicates and prints document images ...
The School Guidance Worker
Office automation involves a wide variety of systems and services and the information tools fall into four basic categories.® Text and graphics handling: Tools that manipulate documents, for example, the ... will be replaced by automation.° 4 Microprocessors are having a huge effect on basic information systems and the office of the future is perhaps the best example. ...
Information processing systems—text and office systems—standard generalized markup language (SGML). ISO 8879, 1986. . M. Kyojima, N. Kamibayashi, and N. V. ... We may also need to describe manipulation of contents, not content portion as a whole. For future work, it is also important to characterize the transformations describable by SDTTs. ...
For easy and intuitive control of avatar motion in the system, we use continuous hand gesture recognition system. ... We developed Virtual Office Environment System (VOES), and avatar is used to navigate and to interact with other participants. ... We have developed a virtual environment system, Virtual Office Environment System (VOES). ...doi:10.1145/293701.293709 dblp:conf/vrst/LeeGPW98 fatcat:ap6jqr465ba6tp5ucei25jpi4a
Acknowledgements The practical significance of the work lies in the results and ways formed to develop practical recommendations on ... This influence is directed to mental structure of man, is hidden and aims to change opinions, motives and goals of people in the right direction to a group of people. ... There is a contradiction in "manipulation" definition, which is generally accepted as a negative thing on one hand, but its possible positive role is mentioned in works of the manipulation (R. ...doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.04.379 fatcat:7t7yojoecrcdrbqeutou7fwx24
The American Political Science Review
The most noted defects are its failure to improve the general character of politics, obtain higher-grade men for office, its cost of operation, and the length and expense of primary campaigns. ... Senator Norris has intro- duced a resolution for a constitutional amendment to allow Congress to provide for independent nominations for the presi- sylvania: ‘We have found that the direct primary system ...
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