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QUID: a quick user-interface design method using prototyping tools

D.G. Novick, S.A. Douglas
1992 Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Rapid prototyping is a design method for user interface development that emphasizes usability.  ...  The Quick User Interface Design (QUID) method is a user-centered method that is particularly useful for producing an initial prototype so that iterations of the prototype/test loop can begin from as good  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank one of the anonymous reviewers, who provided extensive, helpful comments and suggestions for improving this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.1992.183322 fatcat:cvj4dhhw7zgkfj7nt3trdj2usq

Ten Quick Tips for Using a Raspberry Pi [article]

Anthony C Fletcher, Cameron Mura
2019 arXiv   pre-print
The major goal of this piece is to use the example of the Raspberry Pi--a small, general-purpose computer--as the central component in a highly developed ecosystem that brings together elements like external  ...  There has also been a shift towards slicker, packaged solutions--which mirrors everyday life, from smart phones to smart homes.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Paul Rogers, John Royle, Deepak Winston and Professor Philip Bourne for review and comments. The work was partly supported by the Univ of Virginia and by U.S.  ... 
arXiv:1810.00027v4 fatcat:d23pdsxoffho5cht2chtfuhxbi

Ten quick tips for using a Raspberry Pi

Anthony C. Fletcher, Cameron Mura, Francis Ouellette
2019 PLoS Computational Biology  
Acknowledgments The authors thank Daniel Mietchen, Lane Rasberry, Paul Rogers, John Royle, Deepak Winston, and Professor Philip Bourne for review and comments.  ...  user interface (GUI) and many prebuilt applications.  ...  The Pi is like a kind of modern, digital, utilitarian jigsaw kit.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006959 pmid:31048834 pmcid:PMC6497221 fatcat:h36khnnbjfdgvjxgwoluwzv5sq

User Interface Prototyping for Handheld Mobile Augmented Reality Applications [chapter]

Antonia Kampa, Kathrin Stöbener, Ulrike Spierling
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We introduce MockAR, a prototyping app for designing user interfaces for mobile handheld Augmented Reality, to be used by non-programming media designers.  ...  It has been successfully employed in the project SPIRIT, which develops location-based AR storytelling for outdoor historical sites, including complex interaction and navigation features based on mobile  ...  We thank all project members for their support. Literature  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-46100-7_22 fatcat:zu4qhkbedzejbdgw2m5bwzn7ye

Book Reviews

Thomas E. Jevec
1996 First Monday  
Most notable are the chapters on graphical user interface design, networking with Java, and future trends and developments for the Java language.  ...  to Java programming for non-programmers and programmers alike.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v2i4.524 fatcat:7vtn3kwf55cgfboxllykkvlibe

Ultrasound System Typologies, User Interfaces and Probes Design: A Review

G. Andreoni, M. Mazzola, S. Matteoli, S. D'Onofrio, L. Forzoni
2015 Procedia Manufacturing  
Moreover, insights regarding ergonomics evaluation technologies and techniques for US systems, User Interface and transducers design evaluation, will be provided as well.  ...  The User interface ergonomics of US systems and probes is of primary importance due to the increased use in the everyday clinical practice even by non-sonographers, and the higher attention to the Work-related  ...  user interfaces, major attention to design, and a more functional and up-to-date layout.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.115 fatcat:kxtxenqvsrgste7tbv6jts66g4

A case study of using HCI methods to improve tools for programmers

Andrew Faulring, Brad A. Myers, Yaad Oren, Keren Rotenberg
2012 2012 5th International Workshop on Co-operative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE)  
In a recent project, we applied HCI techniques to a SAP developer tool for the SAP NetWeaver Gateway product.  ...  For more than five years, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have been collaborating with several SAP teams to improve the usability of SAP's developer tools and programming APIs.  ...  INTRODUCTION The field of human-computer interaction (HCI) has developed a wide variety of techniques for the design and evaluation of user interfaces (UIs).  ... 
doi:10.1109/chase.2012.6223018 dblp:conf/icse/FaulringMOR12 fatcat:thktstfbgrc3fnzwvtkjbdzfsq

Does bedside chest ultrasound in the ICU improve early diagnosis and quick resolution of pleural effusion?

L Tutino, R Spina, A Di Filippo, S Batacchi, G Cianchi, A Peris
2009 Critical Care  
URGENT was a prospective multicenter trial designed to address these issues.  ...  The PDA test with VAS was markedly different between AHF and non-AHF patients.  ...  Conclusions MICA is a safe and efficacious agent for the treatment and prophylaxis of pediatric invasive fungal infections in the ICU setting.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc7168 pmcid:PMC4083890 fatcat:yi55j37cvfeatpn56pc6zavvs4

Playte, a tangible interface for engaging human-robot interaction

David Johan Christensen, Rune Fogh, Henrik Hautop Lund
2014 The 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication  
This paper describes a tangible interface, Playte, designed for children animating interactive robots.  ...  Our objective is to explore several modes of interaction, i.e. direct remote control, tangible programming, programming by demonstration, and programming by training, to learn the design principles for  ...  Thanks to Mikael Moghadam and members of Center for Playware for their contributions to the project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/roman.2014.6926230 dblp:conf/ro-man/ChristensenFL14 fatcat:thzkeh2lgvgrrplzwbysz53y5y

Dinam: A wireless sensor network concept and platform for rapid development

Dawud Gordon, Michael Beigl, Martin Alexander Neumann
2010 2010 Seventh International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems (INSS)  
The development of applications is evaluated in terms of time required for a specific scenario with a user study.  ...  In order to confirm or refute this claim, a first prototype for educational purposes is developed and presented which implements the dinam approach.  ...  C64 BASIC was selected as programming language, as it was designed for non-expert programmers and also contains enough machine oriented programming constructs so as to allow interaction with a node on  ... 
doi:10.1109/inss.2010.5573290 dblp:conf/inss/GordonBN10 fatcat:7n6xiim5nfdqdhef5e5dz5zvei

Non-expert construction of customized embedded systems to enhance STEM curricula

Anuradha Phalke, Miria Biller, Susan Lysecky, Christopher Harris
2009 ACM SIGBED Review  
In this paper we present the eBlocks platform which can be utilized to implement a wide variety of projects without requiring users to have programming or electronics experience.  ...  Specifically, we summarize the preliminarily usability results, discuss possible applications of the eBlock platform for various age groups, and introduce the initial curriculum development for middle  ...  The simulator is a Java-appletbased graphical user interface (GUI) for the design entry and simulation of various eBlock systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1534480.1534488 fatcat:cs3ptwrscbcuriq2tluhp6qrlm

DataExplore: An Application for General Data Analysis in Research and Education

2016 Journal of Open Research Software  
It is intended primarily for non-programmers who need to do relatively advanced table manipulation methods.  ...  DataExplore is an open source desktop application for data analysis and plotting intended for use in both research and education.  ...  Stephen Gordon for supporting work on this project.  ... 
doi:10.5334/jors.94 fatcat:otc576c2snhbvpg2iostiq3b6u

Programmable applications

Michael Eisenberg
1995 ACM SIGCHI Bulletin  
Interface designers have taken it as an article of faith that users can't and won't write programs, and that the only way to sell an application is to trumpet that non-programmers can use it.  ...  Ideally, such an interface should provide the user with a quick, simple, engaging method for performing those functions that 10 are impossible (or maybe just too tiresome) to do by programming.  ... 
doi:10.1145/202511.202528 fatcat:b73g2ig3evcujp7555kegm5rsu

High-Performance Heterogeneous Computing with the Convey HC-1

Jason D. Bakos
2010 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
Unlike other socket-based reconfigurable coprocessors, the Convey HC-1 contains nearly 40 field-programmable gate arrays, scatter-gather memory modules, a high-capacity crossbar switch, and a fully coherent  ...  for providing free 30-day licenses for the double-precision and Smith-Waterman personalities.  ...  Thanks to Glen Edwards, Chris Parrott, Mark Kelly, John Leidel, Kirby Collins, and Tom Murphy of Convey Computer for answering my questions, for providing prerelease versions of the Convey compiler, and  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2010.135 fatcat:fkldpi3rzvhu7kqqjppmoe3bi4

Embedded Design Research of Iris Information Acquisition System

Huiyan Xu
2014 Sensors & Transducers  
The hardware circuit was designed by using advanced RISC machines (ARM) embedded microprocessor as the core.  ...  In view of the limitation of traditional identification, it is easy to lose and copy keys, cards or ID cards, and it is easy to forget the password, so we designed an embedded application system based  ...  Further, the iris is the external part of the eye, the iris-based identity authentication system may be non-contact for users.  ... 
doaj:44279da86e06466490eb2ada301c91f1 fatcat:eugpgkj6ejfshfnuqy3kvt6bp4
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