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Reasoning about Dynamic Information Displays [chapter]

J. C. Campos, G. J. Doherty
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Dynamic representations where the user must perceive changes in the information displayed over time pose a further challenge to the designer.  ...  We look at a model which can be used to reason about these issues in a structured fashion, and apply it to an example.  ...  In this paper we look at how time can be taken into account when reasoning about issues of representation from the early stages of design. Thus our focus is on dynamic information displays.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39929-2_20 fatcat:q6doj4jc5jdizkso53g6xi2jdi

Understanding dynamic and static displays: using images to reason dynamically

Sally Bogacz, J. Gregory Trafton
2005 Cognitive Systems Research  
However, meteorologists did extract large amounts of dynamic information from these static images, suggesting that they reasoned about the weather by mentally animating the static images rather than letting  ...  We examined the type of external representation they chose to examine (a static image, a sequence of static images, or a dynamic display) and the kind of information they extracted from those representations  ...  However, meteorologists did extract large amounts of dynamic information from these static images, suggesting that they reasoned about the weather by mentally animating the static images rather than letting  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cogsys.2004.11.007 fatcat:nnquwsqcr5btxjvqsoimblrjsm

Reasoning About Interactive Systems in Dynamic Situations of Use [chapter]

Judy Bowen, Annika Hinze
2017 Human–Computer Interaction Series  
We have previously introduced a method of combining formal models of interactive systems with models of usage scenarios to allow reasoning about the effects that this unintended use may have.  ...  However, the ability to reason about their effect remains the same, albeit more dynamic, and so we extend our approach to incorporate this.  ...  It is these dynamic factors that are used to reason about the availability of both interactive systems, and their interactive capabilities in the given emergency situation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-51838-1_12 fatcat:s6ywbqjqs5b2dbbpaiahlwpbqq

Information visualization and interaction techniques for collaboration across multiple displays

Lucia Terrenghi, Richard May, Patrick Baudisch, Wendy MacKay, Fabio Paternò, Jim Thomas, Mark Billinghurst
2006 CHI '06 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '06  
This two day workshop looks at the challenges and issues associated with supporting collaborative analytical reasoning tasks over a range of displays and interaction environments.  ...  The production of diverse, multi-sources, and dynamic data, though, is growing at exceptional rates.  ...  Design of affordances for information To enable users to process, analyze, reason-on and interact-with large amounts of dynamic data, new scientific principles for depicting information and interaction  ... 
doi:10.1145/1125451.1125752 dblp:conf/chi/TerrenghiMBMPTB06 fatcat:rbcndvm6n5fvrexxsufw4n2tru

Displaying dynamic information

Jaime B. Teevan
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '01  
In this paper I introduce the problem of displaying dynamic information. I give several examples where an individual must interact with information that is changing beyond her control.  ...  The challenge in displaying this information is to discover how the user's context can be maintained while giving her access to the new information that becomes available.  ...  By effectively integrating the display of dynamic information into Haystack, we can create an interactive and dynamic desktop where the system and the user work together to organize the information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/634067.634311 dblp:conf/chi/Teevan01 fatcat:qdcfzlxlhjbpjl2lx63nlhvo3u

Displaying dynamic information

Jaime B. Teevan
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '01  
In this paper I introduce the problem of displaying dynamic information. I give several examples where an individual must interact with information that is changing beyond her control.  ...  The challenge in displaying this information is to discover how the user's context can be maintained while giving her access to the new information that becomes available.  ...  By effectively integrating the display of dynamic information into Haystack, we can create an interactive and dynamic desktop where the system and the user work together to organize the information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/634295.634311 fatcat:hxd4ncxw7berdlqta3kniynls4

Inch-scale interactive displays for social object annotation

Marcus Winter
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 ACM conference on Pervasive and ubiquitous computing adjunct publication - UbiComp '13 Adjunct  
To provide that information it proposes small situated displays that can encourage engagement and support interaction with dynamic user-generated content services.  ...  It suggests that user experience issues with staticdisplay visual markers and radio frequency tags are due to a lack of up-to-date information about the related object or service.  ...  It has linked user experience issues with static-display tags to a lack of up-to-date information about the related service and argued that situated dynamic displays are particularly suited to support  ... 
doi:10.1145/2494091.2494151 dblp:conf/huc/Winter13 fatcat:m4wkffdpvrfpjnkknq5nyjjrga

A computer-based test battery for the assessment of static and dynamic spatial reasoning abilities

James W. Pellegrino, Earl B. Hunt, Ronald Abate, Simon Farr
1987 Behavoir research methods, instruments & computers  
It includes 5 tests that require reasoning about static spatial displays and 5 tests that require reasoning about dynamically displayed spatial information.  ...  The secondmajorconclusion is that the ability to deal with moving elements and dynamic spatial relations is separate fromthe abilities associatedwith reasoning about static spatial information.  ...  INFORMATION-PROCESSING TASKS INVOLVING DYNAMIC DISPLAYS In contrastto the availability of information on human performance on static spatial tasks, there is little in the experimental literature on individual  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03203790 fatcat:ahsmptxv4jfq3gqs7edys4kz34

Guidon-Watch: A Graphic Interface for Viewing a Knowledge-Based System

Mark Richer, William clancey
1985 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
For GUIDON-WATCH, we decided how to present information and hand-coded it. Instead, Mackinlay's program reasons on Its own about how to present information.  ...  During a consultation the user can also choose to see dynamic information about task calls. This is described in the section Dynamic Task Windows. Evidence Window.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcg.1985.276331 fatcat:trjyuam5qbfzhjwfr36mrcjvca

Diagrammatic displays for engineered systems: effects on human performance in interacting with malfunctioning systems

David Kieras
1992 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
Computer graphics displays make it possible to display both the topological structure of a system in the form of a schematic diagram and information about its current state using color-coding and animation  ...  presentation of state information.  ...  Experiment 2 RATIONALE Purpose The first experiment showed that the Dynamic display was beneficial, but notice that the dynamic display contained three kinds of information: the topological information  ... 
doi:10.1016/0020-7373(92)90077-x fatcat:ipggd3hsxncdjecnwmnkdinvne

Dynamically Modelling Interaction [article]

Jon May
2005 EUROVIS 2005: Eurographics / IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization  
Technological advances are increasing the use of dynamic or changing displays, in many forms of interface.  ...  The increasing amount of information held on the Internet and in private government and commercial databases also requires more innovative approaches to retrieval and browsing than existing text-based  ...  ICS is an approximate modelling approach which operates at the level of information flow, and allows us to reason about cognition without implementing it.  ... 
doi:10.2312/vissym/eurovis05/009-011 fatcat:tyzakkm2sza2vojczxikgdbiva

Visual Analytics and Uncertainty: Its Not About the Data [article]

Alan M. MacEachren
2015 EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics (EuroVA)  
The larger challenge is to enable reasoning under uncertainty (in all its forms).  ...  Uncertainty visualization research has a long history, with contributions from scientific, information, geo-graphic and other visualization perspectives as well as from cognitive and HCI perspectives.  ...  along with potential support for adjacent display through dynamic linking.  ... 
doi:10.2312/eurova.20151104 dblp:conf/vissym/MacEachren15 fatcat:oiua3553zvfs7mtswvnty2qkde

Environment management for hybrid user interfaces

S.K. Feiner
2000 IEEE personal communications  
We sketch some ways in which publicizing semantic information about computational objects and tasks can make it possible to automate environment management operations, and we describe research testbeds  ...  Controlling such a dynamically changing, heterogeneous mix of computers is a problem that we refer to as "environment management."  ...  We have been using this system to create situated documentaries [9] that inform users about their surroundings.  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.878539 fatcat:mpuuckecf5goteklnqkieaofly

Dynamic visualizations and learning: getting to the difficult questions

Mary Hegarty
2004 Learning and Instruction  
A small number of studies showed such an advantage, but in these studies, more information was presented in the animated graphics than in the static graphics, i.e., they were not informationally equivalent  ...  s study of learning about ecosystems were less effective in using dynamic media.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2004.06.007 fatcat:ztbphq6ygbazti7zunllwlpdei

Dynamic Cooperative Information Display in Mobile Environments [chapter]

Christophe Jacquet, Yacine Bellik, Yolaine Bourda
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Public displays can dynamically collaborate and group with each other so as to minimize information clutter and redundancy.  ...  We introduce an interaction scenario in which users of public places can see relevant information items on public displays as they move.  ...  s (e.g. flights which are about to depart shortly, or information about lost children) to appear first.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11893004_20 fatcat:sd6ivypczvc6zgday2o37hydv4
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