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IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Their selection is a crucial process in achieving functional requirements and optimum cost of manufacture. ... When relevant information for a given application is inputted, the system can help engineering designers through the whole process of determination of fits, ranging from recommendations of fits for assemblies ... Through the menus system a designer can run the KBALF software and select appropriate fits according to BS4500A hole basis system. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34879-7_72 fatcat:ex74fmn26jhq3kk5ll2lb36g24
This study will be used to support the next phases of design and technical development. ... This paper proposes several concepts for spatial menu interfaces in immersive virtual environments. ... Therefore, designing a new interface for a VR system is necessary. There are many references to the importance of interface design. ...doi:10.14257/ijgdc.2017.10.12.04 fatcat:ae6j3s7nvbhphiiqodfsehc3sq
At the current stage of research, this paper focuses only on the menu organization aspect of UI design, where menu categorization and ordering can be accomplished dynamically based on user's menu selection ... It is expected that many menu-driven systems can improve the usability by adopting our approach. ... Especially, menu selection events can be gathered easily when the system has hierarchical menus. Preparation of designers First, designers make basic menu design. ...doi:10.1109/cit.2008.4594765 dblp:conf/IEEEcit/RoCLK08 fatcat:oglqqhgz4vaqhgrpzvezld52l4
The application of CTS in academic information systems is done by adding a group of menus to the academic information system, offering CTS courses, creating a CTS lecture schedule, looking at college schedules ... One of the information system built in Diponegoro University is Academic Information System. This system manages every process and outcome of academic activities. ... Interface design of offer CTS course menu The page will appear when the offer CTS course menu selected. ...doi:10.14710/jvsar.v1i1.4293 fatcat:lhaxhb2qlbf6pax2zecnyc42y4
This paper describes some design refinements on marking menus and shows how these refinements embody interesting and relevant design principles for HCI. ... The result is a new graphiczit representation and a more effective form of visual feedback and behavior for marking menus. ... Like traditional menu systems, the menu item is executed as soon as the mouse button is released. ...doi:10.1145/215585.215973 dblp:conf/uist/TapiaK95 fatcat:sck6vpm55na6lcllucwq3bbjnm
Menu systems are challenging to design because design spaces are immense, and several human factors affect user behavior. ... This paper contributes to the design of menus with the goal of interactively assisting designers with an optimizer in the loop. ... INTRODUCTION Menu systems, consisting of menus, hotkeys or toolbars, are widespread interfaces for selecting commands. Interface design strongly affects their usability. ...doi:10.1145/2501988.2502024 dblp:conf/uist/BaillyOKH13 fatcat:nnc52m2dzzcpxp4zcfob7djjy4
SRELS Journal of Information Management
An additional help menu is also being designed to help the users in selecting proper users’ worksheet as shown in menu III. ... The following steps are followed in designing the database: i) Field Definition Table (FDT) ii) Screen Layout for Data Entry (FMT) iii Print Format (PFT) iv) Field Select Table (FST) v) Design and Modification ...
A short menu offers a small number of broad selections, while a long menu offers a larger number of more specific choices. ... This paper presents a study on touch-tone menu design. In particular, we investigated whether short or long menus route callers more efficiently to the destination that can handle the call. ... One key issue in designing better touch-tone voice interfaces is proper menu design. The literature is in disagreement on how many selections a menu should offer. ...doi:10.1145/634067.634147 dblp:conf/chi/SuhmFG01 fatcat:2d4o7l7khvdp7bkeo4nfvj2hji
CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '01
A short menu offers a small number of broad selections, while a long menu offers a larger number of more specific choices. ... This paper presents a study on touch-tone menu design. In particular, we investigated whether short or long menus route callers more efficiently to the destination that can handle the call. ... One key issue in designing better touch-tone voice interfaces is proper menu design. The literature is in disagreement on how many selections a menu should offer. ...doi:10.1145/634145.634147 fatcat:4q5s7xerg5hxxbg7rkju3ud4eq
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
High communicability of the menu-based system is on the basis of consistent vision and clear policy in designing the system of menus, and then they should be perceivable to the users. ... In this light, failures in menu-based interactions can be explained that they might emerge from lack of information in the users' available cues to identify the design vision. ... accommodate the proper usage of the system the designer originally intended. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02574-7_49 fatcat:rwzzka7g5rftpmat2koref2ojy
Global Engineering, Manufacturing and Enterprise Networks
The performance of current Computer-Aided Design (CAD) systems is still far from the satisfaction of conceptual designers. ... This paper presents a VR-based CAD system for conceptual design by applying VR interfaces and geometric modelling techniques to improve the human computer interaction. ... Finally the user can use his/her hand to select a menu item from the menu. Mter the menu item selection is finished, the 3D menu will disap ear from the screen. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35412-5_31 fatcat:apdfezfhljdvrggkbzgsjhdyki
Instead of selecting an item in a fixed menu by reaching for it, users make a selection by touching multiple fingers simultaneously on any place of the display. ... In this work, we present the design and implementation of a chorded menu for multiple users on a large multi-touch vertical display. ... SYSTEM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION The multi-user chorded selection technique has been built on top of the fixed chorded selection functions. ...doi:10.1145/1996461.1996513 dblp:conf/eics/LeftheriotisC11 fatcat:xuffac2lmvdw3i66poicsnfdna
In this paper, we explore the design of various types of graphical menus via a mobile phone for use in a wearable augmented reality system. For efficient system control, locating menus is vital. ... Based on previous relevant work, we determine display-, manipulator-and target-referenced menu placement according to focusable elements within a wearable augmented reality system. ... Although designed for manipulation, many interfaces are designed either dependently within systems and/or expensively for popular use. ...doi:10.1109/isuvr.2011.23 dblp:conf/isuvr/LeeKW11 fatcat:mc7lvopuqncozapxn2wto3br4a
Make sure there is a clear indication that there is a submenu available to each menu item. Popup menus are another design tool that can be used to enhance the interface of your system. ... currently selected. ...
The main result is that, for short and medium length menus, soundenhanced rhythmic menus are faster than pull-down menus. ... We describe this rhythmic interactor and experimentally compare it to the pull-down menus found in current graphical user interfaces. ... Considering that the perceptual system best suited to the temporal dimension is the auditory system (because it has the least inertia and follows closely high frequency stimuli), our menu design rests ...doi:10.1145/632716.632873 dblp:conf/chi/MauryAC99 fatcat:paiolymvpvhsdpupbodv43qege
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