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Using GOMS and NASA-TLX to Evaluate Human–Computer Interaction Process in Interactive Segmentation

Anjana Ramkumar, Pieter Jan Stappers, Wiro J. Niessen, Sonja Adebahr, Tanja Schimek-Jasch, Ursula Nestle, Yu Song
2016 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
In this article, we aim at improving the HCI process of interactive segmentation using both the GOMS model and the NASA-TLX questionnaire to: 1) identify the relations between these two methods and 2)  ...  to evaluate the HCI process.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Mr. Jose Dolz and Dr. Hortense A Kirisli from Aquilab, France, for helping in the implementation of the prototypes.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10447318.2016.1220729 fatcat:h332rpzesnc47cnrfkma37rnka

Quantitative modeling of user performance in multitasking environments

Shijing Liu, Chang S. Nam
2018 Computers in Human Behavior  
From a theoretical perspective, this research provides a framework to quantitatively evaluate multitasking systems and human performance in order to understand the interaction between systems and human  ...  The task involves a computerized span test requiring participants to remember items (letters) and solve math problems.  ...  The weighted NASA-TLX rating score was calculated and used as an indicator of WRS.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2018.02.035 fatcat:prs5mj2pqzegdhyysoohsytune

A Semi-Automated Usability Evaluation Framework for Interactive Image Segmentation Systems [article]

Mario Amrehn, Stefan Steidl, Reinier Kortekaas, Maddalena Strumia, Markus Weingarten, Markus Kowarschik, Andreas Maier
2019 arXiv   pre-print
The optimization of human computer interaction (HCI) is an essential part of interactive image segmentation.  ...  This automated evaluation scheme may significantly reduce the resources necessary to investigate each variation of a prototype's user interface (UI) features and segmentation methodologies.  ...  Song, “Using GOMS and interactive image segmentation algorithms,” in Person-Oriented NASA-TLX to evaluate human-computer interaction process in Vision (POV).  ... 
arXiv:1909.00482v1 fatcat:kfemh5oaa5gvhgy332wojiwgdu

Examining the Effect of Interruptions at Different Breakpoints and Frequencies Within a Task

Sarah A Powers, Mark W Scerbo
2021 Human Factors  
The purpose was to explore how event segmentation theory (EST) can be used to determine optimal moments for an interruption relying on hierarchical task analysis (HTA) to identify coarse and fine event  ...  Interruption frequency had no effect on performance; however, participants spent significantly longer attending to interruptions in the initial task, and within a task, the first and second interruptions  ...  Finally, the pop-up messages were initiated externally by the researcher in a human-computer interaction context.  ... 
doi:10.1177/00187208211009010 pmid:33861143 fatcat:pot2ibkkezf3xizl4e2fywfnwy

Psycho-physiological measures for assessing cognitive load

Eija Haapalainen, SeungJun Kim, Jodi F. Forlizzi, Anind K. Dey
2010 Proceedings of the 12th ACM international conference on Ubiquitous computing - Ubicomp '10  
Cognitive load can be used as a metric to determine when or whether to interrupt a user. In this paper, we collected data from multiple sensors and compared their ability to assess cognitive load.  ...  Our contribution is a real-time, objective, and generalizable method for assessing cognitive load in cognitive tasks commonly found in ubicomp systems and situations of divided attention.  ...  in Electronics, Telecommunications and Automation (GETA), the Emil Aaltonen Foundation and the Seppo Säynäjäkangas Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1864349.1864395 dblp:conf/huc/HaapalainenKFD10 fatcat:34ihnfcnq5apde3mj6aeczscge

Cognitive architecture of multimodal multidimensional dialogue management [article]

Andrei Malchanau, Universität Des Saarlandes, Universität Des Saarlandes
2019
The implemented multitasking Interactive Cognitive Tutor is evaluated as showing human-like proactive and adaptive behaviour in setting goals, choosing appropriate strategies and monitoring processes across  ...  Ort, Datum ii Abstract Numerous studies show that participants of real-life dialogues happen to get involved in rather dynamic non-sequential interactions.  ...  It was very inspiring and constructive collaboration which contributed to this thesis the most, thanks to their support in cognitive modelling tasks.  ... 
doi:10.22028/d291-27856 fatcat:wehwbyc5jvaftnpjceul4gela4

Tilt to Scroll: Evaluating a Motion Based Vibrotactile Mobile Interface

I. Oakley, S. O'Modhrain
First Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems  
This paper examines one such technique: the use of device orientation to navigate through one dimensional lists or menus.  ...  We believe vibrotactile feedback will be significant in movement-based mobile interfaces, and also examine its influence.  ...  [12] evaluate user-interface models (such as GOMS [4] and ACT-R) against data gathered from an empirical study.  ... 
doi:10.1109/whc.2005.138 dblp:conf/haptics/OakleyO05 fatcat:baxnoocyqnck5o4jgeoy7oduxe

Ubiquitäre Systeme (Seminar) WS 2012/13. Mobile und Verteilte Systeme. Ubiquitous Computing. Teil VIII

Predrag Jakimovski, Matthias Berning, Markus Scholz, Martin Alexander Neumann, Anja Bachmann, Yong Ding, Till [Hrsg.] Riedel
2013
Introduction The structure and the way of interaction with computers will probably change in the future, and so will the tools and requirements for the maintenance of computer systems.  ...  Codein steht für COgnitive Description and Evaluation of INteraction und ist ein von Christou et al [6] vorgestelltes Modell für die Evaluation von rea-Die zwei wichtigsten Vorteile gegenüber GOMS undähnlichen  ...  Die folgenden Begriffe zeigen beispielsweise eine spezifische Sichtweise, die das Potenzial dieser Systeme unterstreichen(p.25) [2] :  "Ubiquitous Computing (Ubiquität)  Organic Computing (emergente  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000034869 fatcat:lsbz6bqfybh37fveopl3b3lumu

Economic behaviour and psychological biases in human–computer interaction [article]

Philip Quinn, University Of Canterbury
2016
investigation in its application to humancomputer interaction.  ...  Research on human judgement and decision making has documented a widerange of psychological biases in how people perceive, evaluate, and ultimately decide between alternatives.  ...  Mean (and std. dev.) NASA-TLX ratings (scale: 1-5).  ... 
doi:10.26021/2914 fatcat:ioxqjlv66jfujdzujut5bwwdne

Mental resources and context in mobile interaction

Svenja Schröder
2019 unpublished
Mobile interaction describes the interaction of human users with mobile devices outside of stationary settings like a desktop workstation.  ...  When interacting with a device in the field, errors increasingly happen, since the user has to monitor their contextual surroundings, which binds mental resources.  ...  researchers in the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) evaluate data gathered in mobile field studies.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.58775 fatcat:t5p2cd3jsrhind5l6bxfcnjqzm

TeaP 2016 - Abstracts of the 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, Leibniz Institut Für Psychologische Information Und Dokumentation (ZPID), Leibniz Institut Für Psychologische Information Und Dokumentation (ZPID), Joachim Funke, Jan Rummel, Andreas Voß
2018
The publisher disclaims any liability,l oss, or damagei ncurred as ac onsequence, directly or indirectly,ofthe use and application of any of the contents of this volume. ............................  ...  Nevertheless, it is difficult to ensure that all the information given is entirely accurate for all circumstances.  ...  of human-computer interaction (HCI) research.  ... 
doi:10.23668/psycharchives.874 fatcat:7fvyxuqu25ckxdvseantp44u4m

Building a Learning Organiza-tion

Wolfgang Coy, Uwe Pirr, Joel Greenberg, Marja Kuittinen, Erkki Sutinen, Heikki Topi, Marko Turpeinen, Haataja Arto, Suhonen Jarkko, Sutinen Erkki, Zdenčk Ryjaček, Jan Rychlik (+22 others)
2001 Harvard Business Review   unpublished
parallel processing, computer-supported collaborative work, virtual enterprises, and customer-facing systems.  ...  To intensif' the learning outcomes, we are planning to use three different learning tools in the web-based course environment: Excel, Jeliot and BlueJ.  ...  Acknowledgements We vvould like to thank Hans Cycon and his group for enjoyable co-operation. They developed the highly optimized Wavelet Video algorithms and the codec.  ... 
fatcat:eg4jwjyr5rh7hbhavv56v4snim