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Grass: A server for the graphical representation and analysis of structures

Murad Nayal, Benjamin C. Hitz, Barry Honig
2008 Protein Science  
GRASS exploits many of the features of the GRASP program and is designed to provide interactive molecular graphics and quantitative analysis tools with a simple interface over the World-Wide Web.  ...  GRASS~Graphical Representation and Analysis of Structures Server!, a new web-based server, is described.  ...  We thank Donald Petrey for providing us with the mol2vrml program. We also would like to thank Rick Fine and Boris Klebansky for useful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1110/ps.8.3.676 pmid:10091670 pmcid:PMC2144291 fatcat:ompvrvn2fvcabgqudicqq3blqq

Surface interaction: a paradigm and model for separating application and interface

Roger Took
1990 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Empowering people - CHI '90  
From the point of view of the application designer, user interface services work by factoring some domain common to a range of applications, and implementing this separately.  ...  A new interface paradigm, here called surface interaction, separates application and interface by factoring presentation and its manipulation, rather than dialogue or functionality.  ...  Current projects at York are using Presenter in an interactive conferencing system, as the front end for a Prolog graphics database, and for image processing applications.  ... 
doi:10.1145/97243.97249 dblp:conf/chi/Took90 fatcat:yhbl6bvl2rbtvkk7pmdkdbtgkq

Creating User Interface for Interactive Simulations

Jeetinder Singh, Jayanthi Sivaswamy
2010 2010 Third IEEE International Conference on Digital Game and Intelligent Toy Enhanced Learning  
We also discuss design and development of Graphical interface construction Kit (GicK) which helps in creating UI and combining it with simulation program for creating interactive simulations.  ...  The developer spends most of his/her time in tailoring the user interface (UI) to meet multiple constraints like pedagogy, teacher satisfaction and student learning styles.  ...  To create or adpat user interface for an interactive simulation we have designed and developed a Graphical interface construction Kit (GicK).  ... 
doi:10.1109/digitel.2010.25 dblp:conf/digitel/SinghS10 fatcat:4pvf4dm67jevpncyutj5c3xdoe

Teaching experienced developers to design graphical user interfaces

Jakob Nielsen, Rita M. Bush, Tom Dayton, Nancy E. Mond, Michael J. Muller, Robert W. Root
1992 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '92  
Five groups of developers with experience in the design of character-based user interfaces were taught graphical user interface design through a short workshop with a focus on practical design exercises  ...  interfaces of personal computers with which they had interacted as regular users.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Tom Landauer for helpful comments on earlier versions of this manuscript,  ... 
doi:10.1145/142750.142986 dblp:conf/chi/NielsenBDMMR92 fatcat:sscfu2vlizd6pmozo4bhapcs3e

Interactive graphics for geometry generation - A program with a contemporary design

W. F. LABOZZETTA, P. E. COLE
1985 Journal of Aircraft  
The use of interactive graphics to control operations on geometric surfaces is the main theme of 13G.  ...  Since the user views the data graphically during model construction, fewer errors are made, and they are easier to detect.  ... 
doi:10.2514/3.45249 fatcat:wif6w34iynherlkdcn7brcncja

Spatialized Browsing in Large Data Archives

Sara I. Fabrikant
2000 Transactions on GIS  
Whereas space as a data property has implications for the design and implementation of spatial information systems, this paper explores whether commonly used spatial concepts could be used as browsing  ...  Graphic depictions of large databases are increasingly based on the spatial metaphor. These representations are also known as spatialized views or information spaces.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper forms a portion of the Alexandria Digital Library Project, jointly sponsored by NSF, NASA, and ARPA.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9671.00038 fatcat:5mktyz4irrem7koj3h462mxnva

Using the Journalistic Metaphor to Design User Interfaces That Explain Sensor Data [chapter]

Martin Molina, Enrique Parodi, Amanda Stent
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe the general characteristics and architectural requirements for an interactive intelligent user interface for exploring sensor data that uses the journalistic metaphor.  ...  Keywords: Intelligent user interface, multimedia presentation, interactive data exploration, user interface for web applications.  ...  We use these journalistic guidelines to design a user interface that explains sensor data to wide audiences.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23765-2_43 fatcat:je4re5hwwja5hdkuuqgfizybwy

The "No-Paradigm" Programming Paradigm for Information Visualization [chapter]

E. H. Blake, H. A. Goosen
1995 Eurographics  
IIsh is built around the Tcl scripting language and the Inventor 1 three-dimensional graphics toolkit, and simplifies the creation of interactive threedimensional visualizations of abstract data.  ...  We have used iIsh to construct a variety of visualization applications in fields ranging from computer architecture to medical insurance, and we describe our experience.  ...  Explorer and Inventor are trademarks of Silicon Graphics Inc., Mountain View, California.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-9457-7_9 fatcat:zlf55ypotfccpgvzzqhtsqjdt4

Virtual Environment in Construction and Maintenance of Buildings

A.Z. Sampaio, A.R. Gomes, A. M. Gomes, J. P. Santos, D. Ros�rio
2012 International Journal of Virtual Reality  
This paper describes two prototype applications based on Virtual Reality (VR) technology for use in construction and maintenance planning of buildings.  ...  The first, applied to construction, is an interactive virtual model designed to present plans three-dimensionally (3D), connecting them to construction planning schedules, resulting in a valuable asset  ...  Reality technology applied as a support tool to the planning of construction maintenance, now in progress.  ... 
doi:10.20870/ijvr.2012.11.2.2843 fatcat:zc667n5guzd3xk5b2acx7r5bfu

Art Product Design and VR User Experience Based on IoT Technology and Visualization System

Ling Guo, Peng Wang, Guolong Shi
2021 Journal of Sensors  
knowledge through the integration of art product design models and IoT data interactive functions and dynamic loading of scenes.  ...  Under the overall framework, this paper designs the system and designs the system's visualization and real-time interaction modules.  ...  Interface design should be used to realize seamless connection and data interaction between the sub-system and the art product spatial database server through the interface design and the operation law  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6412703 fatcat:w4dbsdbbtrfqvene7igwxy3qju

Towards a sensible integration of paper-based tangible user interfaces into creative work processes

Tanja Doering, Steffi Beckhaus, Albrecht Schmidt
2009 Proceedings of the 27th international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '09  
On this basis, we designed the integration of TUI and GUI elements and constructed as well as tested a tabletop TUI to support creative work.  ...  We live in a hybrid world where standard computers with graphical user interfaces (GUIs) have become an integral part of our daily life.  ...  graphical user interfaces did not meet the users needs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1520340.1520711 dblp:conf/chi/DoringBS09 fatcat:sdfuumjc5vbirk22vy76twhw4u

Design of zoomable user interfaces and lens tools for intelligence analysis

Raymond D. Rimey, William N. Klarquist, Christian H. Debrunner, Robert J. Mericsko
1999 27th AIPR Workshop: Advances in Computer-Assisted Recognition  
This paper introduces the ideas of zoomable user interfaces and lenses and explains how these ideas can benefit the design of future intelligence analysis workstations.  ...  . • Lenses are a natural fit for spatial database queries and visualization, and the iterative construction of complex database queries.  ...  The Xerox based group constructed a number of lenses, tested their use in drawing applications, database query/visualization, and some map viewing uses, and they also explored transparent palettes of lenses  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.339828 fatcat:z4xbujakzfaz5asptaxviplula

Interactive graphic design using automatic presentation knowledge

Steven F. Roth, John Kolojejchick, Joe Mattis, Jade Goldstein
1994 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems celebrating interdependence - CHI '94  
Our approach was to propose interfaces employing styles of interaction that appear to support graphic design.  ...  The combination of these tools supports two complementary processes in a single environment: design as a constructive process of selecting and arranging graphical elements, and design as a process of browsing  ...  SageBrush provides users with an interface for constructing graphic designs and customizing graphics found with SageBook.  ... 
doi:10.1145/191666.191719 dblp:conf/chi/RothKMG94a fatcat:tt2vfdklujfedntr7izl35khf4

LyberWorld

Matthias Hemmje
1995 Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '95  
Looking at work in the area of Scientific Visualization, highly interactive graphical user interfaces (e.g. [13] ) enable users to tailor graphical information presentations, called "visualizations", to  ...  However, many text retrieval user interface components like query construction and result presentation are still form-or command-based.  ...  A model for such visualizations has been derived and a design was applied within a user interface for the probabilistic fulltext retrieval system INQUERY [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/223355.223759 dblp:conf/chi/Hemmje95 fatcat:jdyb3q6chvftpcyc4udzt7uqni

Interactive graphic design using automatic presentation knowledge

Steven F. Roth, John Kolojechick, Joe Mattis, Jade Goldstein
1994 Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '94  
Our approach was to propose interfaces employing styles of interaction that appear to support graphic design.  ...  The combination of these tools supports two complementary processes in a single environment: design as a constructive process of selecting and arranging graphical elements, and design as a process of browsing  ...  SageBrush provides users with an interface for constructing graphic designs and customizing graphics found with SageBook.  ... 
doi:10.1145/259963.260296 dblp:conf/chi/RothKMG94 fatcat:qdcabgoozzfbrfu4sphwpipsfq
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