Human Computer Interaction: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1605660531
  • ISBN-13: 9781605660530
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 2783 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released December 2008
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Contains authoritative works from leading experts in the field of human computer interaction. Contains significant chapters in topics such as Web logs, technology influences, and human factors of information systems and technologies.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Board.
Otherfrontmatter.
List of Contributors.
Contents by Volume.
Preface.
Human Computer Interaction: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications.
About the Editor.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Introduction to Ubiquitous Computing.
3: A Brief History of Ubiquitous Computing.
4: Terms and Selected Standards.
5: Reference Architectures for Ubiquitous Computing.
6: References.
7: Additional Reading.
8: Ubiquitous Computing and the Concept of Context.
9: Introduction.
10: Background.
11: History.
12: Future Trends.
13: Conclusion.
14: References.
15: Key Terms.
16: Gender and End–user Computing.
17: Introduction.
18: What Could Go Wrong?.
19: Confidence.
20: Support.
21: Motivation.
22: Future Trends and Conclusion.
23: Acknowledgment.
24: References.
25: Key Terms.
26: The Theoretical Framework of Cognitive Informatics.
27: Introduction.
28: The Fundamental Theories of CI.
29: Denotational Mathematics for CI.
30: Applications of CI.
31: Conclusions.
32: Acknowledgment.
33: References.
34: Human Factors in Public Information Systems.
35: Introduction.
36: Background: Human Factors, the Discipline.
37: Human Factors as a Key Element in Public System Design.
38: Planning for Human Factors During Public Information System Development.
39: User-centred Design.
40: Implementation Issues.
41: Future Trends.
42: Conclusion.
43: References.
44: Key Terms.
45: Task Analysis at the Heart of Human–computer Interaction.
46: Introduction.
47: Background.
48: Task Analysis at the Heart of Human-Computer Interaction.
49: Task Analysis Today.
50: Future Trends.
51: Conclusion.
52: References.
53: Key Terms.
54: Evaluating Mobile Human-computer Interaction.
55: Introduction.
56: Making Sense of Human Activity with Mobile Technology.
57: Subjective Evaluation of Technology.
58: Designing an Evaluation Protocol.
59: Conclusion.
60: References.
61: Key Terms.
62: Endnotes.
63: An Overview of Multimodal Interaction Techniques and Applications.
64: Introduction.
65: Background.
66: Main Issues in Multimodal Interaction.
67: Applications.
68: Future Trends.
69: Conclusion.
70: References.
71: Key Terms.
72: Multimodal and Federated Interaction.
73: The Basics of Multimodality.
74: Different Forms.
75: Different Purposes.
76: Multimodality on the Desktop.
77: Multimodality for Mobile Devices.
78: Device Federation.
79: Social Impact of Voice Technologies.
80: Summary.
81: Future Research Directions.
82: References.
83: Additional Reading.
84: Endnotes.
85: The Arab World, Culture and Information Technology.
86: Introduction.
87: The Arab World and IT.
88: Reasons for the Lag.
89: Theories and Research Models.
90: Limitations of Existing Models.
91: Conclusion.
92: References.
93: Key Terms.
94: Endnotes.
95: Information Technology Acceptance Across Cultures.
96: Introduction.
97: Studies Involving National Culture and Information Systems.
98: Culture Theory.
99: Technology Acceptance Model.
100: The Influence of National Culture on IT Adoption: Conceptual Model and Research Propositions.
101: Practical Implications.
102: Conclusion.
103: References.
104: Is Information Ethics Culture-relative?.
105: Introduction.
106: Moral Relativism and Information Ethics.
107: The Descriptive Cultural Relativity of Information-related Values.
108: Metaethical Moral Relativism and Information Ethics.
109: Conclusion.
110: Information Ethics in a Cross-cultural Context.
111: Conclusion.
112: References.
113: Endnotes.
114: Personalization Techniques and Their Application.
115: Introduction.
116: Personalization Techniques.
117: Application and Impact of Personalization: Amazon.com.
118: Personalization Techniques.
119: Application and Impact of Personalization: Yahoo!.
120: Personalization Techniques.
121: Conclusion.
122: References.
123: Key Terms.
124: User-centered Evaluation of Personalized Web Sites:What’s Unique?.
125: Introduction.
126: User-centered Personalization Measures.
127: What is the Same?.
128: Conclusion.
129: References.
130: The Usability Engineering Behind User-centered Processes for Web Site Development Lifecycles.
131: Introduction.
132: Usability.
133: Users.
134: User Interface.
135: Usability Engineering.
136: Software Engineering.
137: Integrating Usability Engineering Into Software Engineering Lifecycles.
138: Lifecycle Activities.
139: Summary.
140: References.
141: Endnote.
142: Personalization Systems and Their Deployment as Web Site Interface Design Decisions.
143: Introduction.
144: Background: Personalization Systems.
145: Deployment of Personalization Systems.
146: Conclusion.
147: References.
148: Appendix 1.
149: Appendix 2.
150: Appendix 3.
151: Communication + Dynamic Interface = Better User Experience.
152: Introduction.
153: Background.
154: Software Architectures for Content Separation.
155: The Human-Computer Interaction Benefits.
156: Future Trends.
157: Conclusion.
158: References.
159: Key Terms.
160: Pervasive Computing: What Is It Anyway?.
161: Inside Chapter.
162: Introduction.
163: A First Glance at Pervasive Computing.
164: Pervasive Networking.
165: Context in Pervasive Computing.
166: Development of Pervasive Computing Systems.
167: Middleware for Pervasive Computing.
168: Current and Future Trends in Pervasive Computing Research.
169: Pervasive Computing for Knowledge and Learning Management.
170: Conclusion.
171: References.
172: Endnote.
173: Internet Section: Ubiquitous Computing Grand Challenge.
174: Case Study.
175: Useful URLS.
176: Further Reading.
177: Possible Paper Titles/essays.
178: Pervasive and Grid Computing Merging.
179: Introduction.
180: Grid and Pervasive Computing.
181: The Pervasive Perspective.
182: The Grid Perspective.
183: Conclusion.
184: References.
185: Key Terms.
186: Endnotes.
187: Leveraging Pervasive and Ubiquitous Service Computing.
188: Introduction.
189: Mobile Communication Networks.
190: Communication: Unified Communication and Instant Communication.