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System aspects of large-problem computation and display

J. E. Fromm, D. E. Schreiber
1972 IBM Systems Journal  
System aspects of large-problem computation and display by J. E. Fromm and D. E.  ...  PROBLEM COMPUTATION AND DISPLAY 55  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.111.0041 fatcat:bemdloqtfzer7chezobnq63lo4

Man-Computer Interaction¿The Contribution of the Human Sciences

B. Shackel
1969 IEEE Transactions on Man Machine Systems  
A possible taxonomy for the field is proposed founided on broad divisions of the human sciences problem areas and of the types of computer systems and services.  ...  Using the taxonomy as a framework, some examples of relevant human sciences work and some problems and research needs are discussed.  ...  Large Installations System Aspects From the range of questions under the heading of system aspects, the configuration of the computer system itself seems the most appropriate to discuss.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmms.1969.299923 fatcat:khlaifkqw5hv7biumukyiwmii4

Human Aspects of Visualization [chapter]

Achim Ebert, Alan Dix, Nahum Gershon, Margit Pohl
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
devices and computation methods for dealing with often very large data sets.  ...  And finally, large high-resolution displays enable visualization of large and complex datasets by facilitating both overview and detail views at the same time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03658-3_133 fatcat:3a4wubj7lvalzkam46qobhrdu4

Five-year subject index

1972 IBM Systems Journal  
computation and display GRAPHICS Principles of interactive systems Aspects of display technology Geometry for construction and display An algorithm for generating spline-like curves A multilevel modeling  ...  evaluation Cam design on a graphics console Implementation and usage Interactive flight program simulator Interactive aeronautical charting A computer graphics system Large-problem computation and display  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.114.0359 fatcat:7vrtptpbhjhn3gk6uk3a467v6q

Coordinated Multiple Views: a Critical View

Gennady Andrienko, Natalia Andrienko
2007 Fifth International Conference on Coordinated and Multiple Views in Exploratory Visualization (CMV 2007)  
Coordination between multiple displays for very large data tables requires significant computational power.  ...  The scalability problem has four major aspects: amount of data to be analyzed, dimensionality, complexity of information, and dynamics. 1. Amount of data.  ...  The progress of the Internet and Web 2.0 technologies demonstrates exciting examples of analytical visualizations, which are actively used and developed by large distributed communities; see, for example  ... 
doi:10.1109/cmv.2007.4 fatcat:5sxyunqnx5a2hgf6ysiralrywq

Inventions on GUI Aesthetics

Umakant Mishra
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Aesthetics or "look and feel" is one of the most important features of any graphical user interface. Better aesthetics makes the interface user-friendlier and more popular.  ...  Better aesthetics helps the user to understand the meaning of various components and memorize the navigation paths. A better look and feel ultimately makes a GUI more efficient and effective.  ...  But 3D effects are not realistically achieved in 2D graphics computer systems. The problem is how to render 3D effects in a 2D raster display?  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1264690 fatcat:dyeirdel5bhp5ahn2iqqapgh2m

Display grid: Ad-hoc clusters of autonomous projectors

Ramesh Raskar, Jeroen van Baar, Paul Beardsley
2004 Journal of the Society for Information Display  
We show a low-cost system that supports dynamic inclusion of new projectors, automatic geometric configuration and seamless blending of overlapping projectors.  ...  Inspired by emerging trends in grid computing, we present techniques for creating multi-projector displays via selfconfiguring clusters of autonomous projectors.  ...  Previously, creating wide aspect ratios using camera-based registration of projector clusters has been a problem.  ... 
doi:10.1889/1.1847737 fatcat:fi4w2fvcnbgyboh5ebeohtxhey

Decision Making, Dashboard Displays, and Human Performance in Service Systems

Megan L. Moundalexis, Barin N. Nag
2013 International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector  
Human cognitive limitations and the abilities of computers to compensate led to decision support systems (DSS).  ...  Service systems are often characterized by large components of human work and the need to make decisions based on human performance.  ...  The purpose of a dashboard display is to confirm to the user the system aspects that are in good order, to alert the user to a problem before it becomes critical, and to provide the information to the  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijisss.2013100103 fatcat:aiep3cqswrh4hkaimid62m26wa

59.1: Display Grid: Ad-hoc Clusters of Autonomous Projectors

Ramesh Raskar, Jeroen vanBaar, Paul Beardsley
2004 SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers  
We show a low-cost system that supports dynamic inclusion of new projectors, automatic geometric configuration and seamless blending of overlapping projectors.  ...  Inspired by emerging trends in grid computing, we present techniques for creating multi-projector displays via selfconfiguring clusters of autonomous projectors.  ...  Previously, creating wide aspect ratios using camera-based registration of projector clusters has been a problem.  ... 
doi:10.1889/1.1821370 fatcat:ctnyszvdxzenner4e6xmua7y4y

When Joy Matters: The Importance of Hedonic Stimulation in Collocated Collaboration with Large-Displays [chapter]

Jasminko Novak, Susanne Schmidt
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Together with the feedback of both customers and travel agents this suggests the adequacy of using touch-based large-displays with visual workspaces for supporting the hedonic stimulation of user experience  ...  This calls for reconsidering the traditional divide of hedonic vs. utilitarian systems in current literature, to a more balanced view towards systems which provide both utilitarian and hedonic sources  ...  the large-display system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03658-3_66 fatcat:4lixzzuf5zbxjifrvrfrvs7l4i

Page 351 of The Journal of Industrial Engineering Vol. 19, Issue 7 [page]

1968 The Journal of Industrial Engineering  
for developing the display system design to serve the heuristic aspects of command and con- trol system activity.  ...  It is conceivable via head- mounted CRTs and “glove keyboards” to make the computer-driven display system extremely mobile. WHAT AND HOW SHALL WE DESIGN?  ... 

Page 726 of SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal Vol. 93, Issue 8 [page]

1984 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
These problems can be overcome by changing the aspect ratio of the display and improving the coding method so that some information to be displayed will not be transmitted over the channel but will be  ...  Although signal processing may solve that problem, practical fac- tors such as the availability and social acceptance of very large screen dis- play systems for the home mean that the overall resolution  ... 

Guest Editorial: Human–Computer Interaction: Real-Time Vision Aspects of Natural User Interfaces

Zoran Živković, Nicu Sebe, Hamid Aghajan, Branislav Kisačanin
2012 International Journal of Computer Vision  
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of the authors for their work and patience with the review process, to the reviewers for their valuable comments and feedback, and to the editorial  ...  staff at Springer for their expedient handling of this special issue.  ...  The authors describe the calibration, tracking and visualization aspects of the system; quantitatively evaluating accuracy and latency, and reporting user experiments that trial the display. Z.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11263-012-0603-y fatcat:rlcel2bdjba3tnwjigiccwvptu

Large Visualizations for System Monitoring of Complex, Heterogeneous Systems [chapter]

Daniel M. Russell, Andreas Dieberger, Varun Bhagwan, Daniel Gruhl
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Such a display helps administrators identify emerging problems early on and be a focal point for discussions of the system.  ...  We implemented a large public display with appropriately designed visualizations that allow for rapid assessment and peripheral awareness of system health.  ...  500 multi-processor computers working on very large-scale text analytic problems WebFountain has shown a wide variety of complex problem modes which have proven very difficult to diagnose using traditional  ... 
doi:10.1007/11555261_74 fatcat:3mwypzsembeavipvktbv7d3xsu

Page 62 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1962 IBM Systems Journal  
The large numbers associated with the rules of Figure 4 measure the large amount of redundancy in the system. The point about modification can readily be made.  ...  In this sense, tables are problem-oriented; flow charts are computer-oriented. There is another aspect in which tables are problem-oriented.  ... 
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