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Using end-user visualization environments to mediate conversations: a 'Communicative Dimensions' framework

Christopher D. Hundhausen
2005 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
To illustrate the value of these dimensions as an analytic and design tool, we use them to map a sample of publicly-available end user visualization environments into the 'Communicative' design space.  ...  Drawing both on a theory of communication, and on empirical studies in which end user environments were enlisted to support human communication, we propose a provisional framework of six 'Communicative  ...  of end user environments that impact human communication.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvlc.2004.11.002 fatcat:yk4jv7dicfd6dipal3rfxrpooq

Communicative dimensions of end-user environments

C.D. Hundhausen, S.A. Douglas
Proceedings IEEE Symposia on Human-Centric Computing Languages and Environments (Cat. No.01TH8587)  
To illustrate the design implications of these dimensions, we juxtapose conventional algorithm visualization technology with a prototype end-user environment specifically designed to facilitate communication  ...  In what ways might end-user environments support human communication, and what design features make them well-suited to do so?  ...  Implications of each communicative dimension for the design of communication-inhibiting and communication-supporting end-user environments C O R R E S P O N D I N G D E S I G N F E A T U R E S DIMENSION  ... 
doi:10.1109/hcc.2001.995250 dblp:conf/vl/HundhausenD01 fatcat:htehx6jtt5gtlnyly7ca3kkgri

Being There Together and the Future of Connected Presence

Ralph Schroeder
2006 Presence - Teleoperators and Virtual Environments  
Several dimensions of this experience, including the realism of the environment and of the avatar embodiment, have been investigated.  ...  various modalities of connected presence as a continuum -with shared virtual environments in which people are fully immersed as an end-state.  ...  On this dimension, highly immersive environments such as Cave-type [6] environments are at the top end of the y axis (0,1,0), but simulators and IMAX screens also provide the user with the experience  ... 
doi:10.1162/pres.15.4.438 fatcat:kpxihea7arbvfixajdrklnwbmy

The nature of end-user relationships in the development of electronic commerce applications

A. C. Leonard, C. de Villiers
2000 Proceedings of the 2000 ACM SIGCPR conference on Computer personnel research - SIGCPR '00  
Two such dimensions, namely the physical and abstract dimensions which form the basis of EC-end user relationships, enable one to fully describe the holistic nature of such relationships and encapsulate  ...  relationships between EC professionals and their end users.  ...  When EC developers start developing a system, communication between them and the end user can of course still take place by means of the abovementioned talks, but a new dimension of communication in the  ... 
doi:10.1145/333334.333360 dblp:conf/sigcpr/LeonardV00 fatcat:fhhtuvtf3jfuxomkwpevpfpncu

CLIMATE: A framework for developing holistic requirements analysis in Virtual Environments

T Conkar, J.M Noyes, C Kimble
1999 Interacting with computers  
Rheingold, The Virtual Community, Minerva, 1995). CLIMATE is intended to help in capturing a more holistic picture of requirements, in terms of the users, task, and environment.  ...  This paper develops a framework called CLIMATE (Community, Language, Interaction, and Medium in the Analysis of Telepresence Environments) which may ultimately be used for capturing user and environment  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the Editor of this special edition for her helpful T.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0953-5438(98)00058-7 fatcat:3hvoxcbx4remlptgpikdpmjx2a

A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ALL PARTICIPANTS DURING IT SERVICE AND SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

A.C. Leonard
2012 South African Journal of Industrial Engineering  
As such, relationships between IT professionals and end users were in many cases very poor, which impacts negatively on the efforts to use information technology to the advantage of organizations or communities  ...  Since the early days of computing, IT professionals have been struggling with their end users (customers) to such an extent that end users became sceptic about the quality of service and support IT professionals  ...  IT Department End User Physical dimension C H A N G E C H A N G E Abstract dimension People THE DEFINITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF IT-END USER RELATIONSHIPS Definition of IT-end user relationships  ... 
doi:10.7166/13-2-310 fatcat:ya3jmcjfozfx5d4oti4je2diz4

Confirmatory factor analysis of Post-Occupancy Evaluation Model (POEM) for sustainable neighborhood development

R Yaman, S Thadaniti, J Abdullah, N Ahmad, N M Ishak
2018 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment  
7 Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank EDS of Chulalongkorn University for providing a platform in conducting this study and the UiTM for supporting this research and all informants who provided  ...  It is distinctly indicated that Environment Dimension Pillar is less significant and moderately sufficient or experienced by the end-users/households of the selected case studies of certified sustainable  ...  is not available or experiences by the end-users/household of the selected certified case studies.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1755-1315/117/1/012004 fatcat:y3kp5l5uo5dc7ckr34nzdajubi

A Pervasive Computing Programming Approach for Non-Technical Users

Jeannette Chin, Vic Callaghan, Graham Clarke
2006 2006 First International Symposium on Pervasive Computing and Applications  
In this paper we introduce a variant of end-user programming in the form of a toolcalled PiP that empowers non technical end users to be able to "program" the functionality of their personal pervasive  ...  computing environments to suit their particular needs.  ...  Acknowledgement We are pleased to acknowledge financial support from the UK DTI Next Wave Technologies and Markets programme and the University of Essex.  ... 
doi:10.1109/spca.2006.297575 fatcat:qioorg2xs5bolekyq45lcm6daq

Focusing on maturity levels for the effective management of end users involved in software project teams

A. Leonard
2004 South African Journal of Business Management  
End users on the other hand, who are aware of their level of maturity, could play a more efficient role during the systems development process.  ...  This model is based on research done in terms of how relationships between IT departments and end users are constructed.  ...  Defining and IT-end user relationship According to Leonard (2002) an IT-end user relationship consists of two dimensions, namely a physical dimension and an abstract dimension.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajbm.v35i1.648 fatcat:p2t6yojv4bgf5lnukuizh4tqje

POST OCCUPANCY EVALUATION MODEL: ADAPTIVE MEASURE TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT

Rostam Yaman, Suwattana Thadaniti, Noraini Ahmad, Jamalunlaili Abdullah, Farrah Zuhaira Ismail
2018 PLANNING MALAYSIA JOURNAL  
However, SND on it own will certainly not permit all stakeholders, particularly the end-users, to efficiently address current or projected future issues that positioned beyond the extent of physical development  ...  Sustainable neighbourhood development (SND) is a fundamental element of a sustainable community.  ...  POEM Procedures outlines the purpose and process from the perspective of an end-users/households undertaking evaluation process.  ... 
doi:10.21837/pmjournal.v16.i7.506 fatcat:s3ammg6oibhi7fiu6wyyeqtrm4

Multi-Dimensional Communication Model for Collaborative Group Activity

Norzilah Musa, Siti Z. Z. Abidin, Nasiroh Omar
2016 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
The communication media act as group task governance, where users can control the communication flow within the defined communication dimension.  ...  and informal group communication activities in a collaborative working environment.  ...  User-to-user and user-to-group dimensions relations are used to manage the flow of information by using suitable communication channels.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i39/92092 fatcat:6fneawqyv5fzrd5yv6hli6oxsi

User Satisfaction Using Webqual Instrument: A Research on Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)

Josua Tarigan
2008 Jurnal Akuntansi dan Keuangan  
Analysis organized from a set of data which involve 341 responses from e-library systems end-users confirm some degree of positive association between WEBQUAL dimensions and end-user satisfaction.  ...  The objectives of this study are to evaluate user satisfaction and examine the dimensions of WEBQUAL instrument which are valued by e-library user in Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET).  ...  Doll and Torkzadeh developed a 12-item EUCS instrument by contrasting traditional data processing environment and end-user computing environment, which comprised of 5 components: content, accuracy, format  ... 
doaj:3fca16c31c8749f5adaf33604178584f fatcat:x6hd63l65zbkllqycmem6gkb7a

User: Inspiration or Constraint?

Isil Oygur, Janetta Mitchell McCoy
2011 Journal of Interior Design  
The research focused on the integration dimension of user-centered IDP and analyzed how students utilized user interaction and knowledge through the stages of the design process.  ...  community-university collaboration.  ...  We are also grateful to the many Ritzvillians who so generously gave of their time and enthusiasm. The constructive comments from Ali O. Ilhan and anonymous reviewers of the journal are appreciated.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1939-1668.2011.01058.x fatcat:pmuvnpocrveszjs6yahbgtsb74

A Generic Layer Model for Context-Aware Communication Adaptation

Bassam El Saghir, Noel Crespi
2008 2008 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference  
I. 2) The dimension concept A dimension is defined as a variable that describes a particular aspect of the user's world, such as user identity, location, device...  ...  Two types of dimensions could be distinguished: communication dimensions and situation dimensions.  ...  This environment is described by the set of all possible values that dimensions may have.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wcnc.2008.529 dblp:conf/wcnc/SaghirC08 fatcat:g5pnwduisfbmfaevnbxinlozfm

Describing Agile Requirements Development and Communication using Complex Adaptive Systems Theory

Aaron Read, Robert O. Briggs, Gert-Jan de Vreede
2012 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
A case study of the communication and development of requirements in a software development team is reported, where the three dimensions of CAS Theory described by Vidgen and Colleagues (Vidgen and Wang  ...  We discuss these work practices in terms of dimensions adapted from of Complex Adaptive Systems Theory set forth by Vigden and Colleagues (Vidgen and Wang 2009) to focus on requirements communication and  ...  BUSINESS RULES: The first time an element editor for an [object] is opened, default values will be set for all fields END RULES END STORY STORY: BUSINESS RULES A user cannot not close an element editor  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/ReadBV12 fatcat:qmbht4oqnralliemtxmmplwhr4
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