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So Many Users — So Many Perspectives [chapter]

Bastiaan Schönhage, Peter Paul Bakker, Anton Eliëns
1998 Designing Effective and Usable Multimedia Systems  
of visualization perspectives.  ...  The architecture is designed with the following consideration in mind: "multiple users, with different information needs, require multiple views or perspectives of the data."  ...  So, based on the same simulation, we distinguish alternative perspectives that visualize different aspects of the re-designed process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35370-8_12 fatcat:qpbosr7xh5cvvpjdkztnytvwn4

Why Are There Still So Many Jobs? The History and Future of Workplace Automation

David H. Autor
2015 Journal of Economic Perspectives  
But of course, many professions require both college and graduate degrees, so the production pipeline for new entrants is at least five to ten years in length.  ...  My general observation is that the tools are inconsistent: uncannily accurate at times; typically only so-so; and occasionally unfathomable.  ... 
doi:10.1257/jep.29.3.3 fatcat:4u267zaeiff5tbfiyxx2cnjp4m

Why Do So Many Young American Men Commit Crimes and What Might We Do About It?

Richard B Freeman
1996 Journal of Economic Perspectives  
From one perspective, this is simply part of the overhead of running a modern society and trying to enforce rules of conduct and protect citizens. From another perspective, it is pure waste.  ...  ; and so on.  ... 
doi:10.1257/jep.10.1.25 fatcat:wbavss6u3zdazkoqswp3rvnbqm

Reflexive CSCW: supporting long-term personal work

Harold Thimbleby, Stuart Anderson, Ian H Witten
1990 Interacting with computers  
We argue that the plight of the individual user can also be viewed as a CSCW problem, for the individual frequently acts as multiple persona: performing many independent tasks, perhaps in several places  ...  CSCW (Computer Supported Cooperative Work) is an active research area with many promising applications and benefits.  ...  All user interfaces make ad hoc use of notions of time, place, resource constraints, and so on, to reduce the burden of information provision on the user.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0953-5438(90)90005-3 fatcat:4acc32xj5zh3dknqo5ikkcz3ua

Adaptive User Interface of Learning Management Systems for Education 4.0: A Research Perspective

B A Bagustari, H B Santoso
2019 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
By many kinds of improvement aspect within technology, adaptive user interface (AUI) has a significant role to maintain students engagement in learning activities.  ...  We apply a comparative perspective between technology and heutagogical aspect in evaluating their approaches.  ...  The research of user modeling, AI technologies, and many kinds of approach would be in an essential position for enabling the heutagogical approach so both aspects are needed to be analyzed so that technology  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1235/1/012033 fatcat:zjo52ajvujcatgzikwqzn2hh7i

Socially Responsible Design in the Context of International Development [chapter]

A. Dearden, L. Dunckley, M. Best, S. Dray, A. Light, J. Thomas
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Potentially, technology offers many benefits to the many peoples of the world.  ...  Though we still have very different cultures, languages, perspectives, and physical contexts, we also share a planet with limited and shrinking resources and we share many interactions in our intellectual  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-74800-7_87 fatcat:56i2rf3xevgy3ahidzwa4kvhwi

Cocaine and stimulants, the challenge of self-regulation in a harm reduction perspective

Grazia Zuffa, Susanna Ronconi
2015 Epidemiology Biostatistics and Public Health  
out in many European countries and outside Europe.  ...  Not only is this perspective at odds with the "pathological" perspective of professionals, focused as this is on "addiction" originated from the chemical properties of drugs and individual psychological  ...  HOW TO BECOME A "CONTROLLED" USER Why drug use "careers" are so variable? Why do the majority of alcohol and drug users not develop into compulsive users?  ... 
doi:10.2427/11175 doaj:5e551e3b4c414c849b281c4be302eb28 fatcat:or5ng4i2sbgffmpsyi5iunql5q

'Having a diagnosis is a qualification for the job'

D. Rose
2003 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
We put ourselves in the shoes of these patients and suggested that many would want to please the doctor and would therefore not complain or would even express satisfaction so that the doctor would leave  ...  Having received both inpatient and community care services for many years, I know how users experience these services.  ...  But if mental health research can take on board service users' perspectives, this, for me, will justify what we do.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.326.7402.1331 pmid:12805192 pmcid:PMC1126208 fatcat:ndokjsapwrcxtmx64v4vs3zsay

Contributory injustice in psychiatry

Alex James Miller Tate
2018 Journal of Medical Ethics  
by individual service users.  ...  This is especially necessary when these concepts and frameworks explicitly conflict with medical or technical understandings of users' experiences. I defend this proposal against three objections.  ...  Acknowledgements I thank Iain Law, Lisa Bortolotti, Emily Walsh, two anonymous reviewers, and the audience at 'Philosophical Perspectives on Disability' 2017 at the University of Sheffield for valuable  ... 
doi:10.1136/medethics-2018-104761 pmid:30337450 fatcat:cpxxigmlbvdvledxhvd6gl5y7q

User Responses of Information System Development for Examination Administration in Del Institute of Technology

Julius Martogi Hamonangan Samosir, Ester Saulina Hutabarat, Henny Flora Panjaitan, Romauli Sianipar, Monalisa Pasaribu
2021 Journal of Applied Technology and Informatics Indonesia  
This study contributes in giving insight of developing examination administration information system through the perspective of the users or future users.  ...  Knowing and investigating the perspective of user is necessary in order to find out how effective an application is built for a particular purpose.  ...  So, for the future research, it is recommended to investigate other aspects from students as users for example the additional features of the test conduct and result display and information of test status  ... 
doi:10.54074/jati.v1i1.6 fatcat:po6osamxhfaxpod42ny4q5523u

Cultural Heritage Information: Access and Management. Edited by Ian Ruthven and G. G. Chowdhury. [Review]

Lisa Sjoberg
2015 Archival Issues  
The final limitation of this work is the European perspective of many of the examples and authors.  ...  Many timely subjects are addressed in the book that add new perspectives in the context of cultural heritage collections and institutions.  ... 
doi:10.31274/archivalissues.11004 fatcat:he47jshou5evvh2l6l2nvfvwuu

Supporting Multiple Off-Axis Viewpoints at a Tabletop Display

Mark Hancock, Sheelagh Carpendale
2007 Second Annual IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (TABLETOP'07)  
We present a simplified model that compensates for off-axis viewing for a single user and extend this technique for multiple viewers interacting with the same large display.  ...  Our technique relies on a much simpler technique to provide perspective correction for one user, so that extending to the multiple user case becomes easier and allows us to explore a variety of approaches  ...  One method of altering the perspective for many users is to provide several dedicated areas that each optimize the viewing angle for a particular portion of the display.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tabletop.2007.9 dblp:conf/tabletop/HancockC07 fatcat:jyfjzjrwlbd6nbqvjvwnj5udra

Library Perspective, Vendor Response

Robin Champieux, Steven Carrico
2014 Against the Grain  
And you're so right about risk aversion! Many people get in comfort zones and resist change.  ...  As a librarian acquiring e-content, it seems many of the restrictions in getting the content to our users in the methods they most want are publisher-based.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.5622 fatcat:r4fpme3wnnc4vfap7jrw5dnpzq

Page 418 of Journal of Business and Technical Communication Vol. 14, Issue 4 [page]

2000 Journal of Business and Technical Communication  
Breadth and typicality of the sample Writers differed from end users in many ways, so the sample was extremely small and nonrepresentative.  ...  Nature of the information gathered Writers used their own experiences to make design decisions and to guess at users’ problems with software. many ways.  ... 

Service User and Family Perspectives on Psychiatry for the Person

Janet Wallcraft, Sigrid Steffen, Michaela Amering
2011 The International Journal of Person Centered Medicine  
They legitimately claim their own perspectives on care and treatment. Many argue that much of existing psychiatric research is invalid as patients were excluded from its creation.  ...  the need for carers to receive information so that they can continue to support them.  ... 
doi:10.5750/ijpcm.v1i1.40 fatcat:s2xeospn7jdvbk3kja2lfgu77m
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