HCI International 2011

9-14 July 2011, Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, Orlando, Florida, USA
 
 

Conference Final Program in PDF format.
Last minute changes in Conference Program (application/pdf)

Tuesday, 12 July 2011 | Wednesday, 13 July 2011 | Thursday, 14 July 2011

08:00 – 10:00  Coffee Break  10:30 – 12:30  Lunch Break  13:30 – 15:30  Coffee Break  16:00 – 18:00


08:00 – 10:00
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S074: Communication Enhancement
Room: Jackson
Chair(s): Yutaka Ishii, Okayama Prefectural University, Japan; Momoko Nakatani, NTT Corporation, Japan

  • How Do Real or Virtual Agent’s Body and Instructions Contribute to Task Achievement?
    Yugo Takeuchi, Hisashi Naito, Shizuoka University, Japan.
  • Multimodal Conversation Scene Analysis for Understanding People's Communicative Behaviors in Face-to-Face Meetings
    Kazuhiro Otsuka, NTT Corporation, Japan.
  • Visual Feedback to Reduce Influence of Delay on Video Chatting
    Kazuyoshi Murata, Masatsugu Hattori, Yu Shibuya, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Interaction Mediate Agent based on User Interruptibility Estimation
    Takahiro Tanaka, Kinya Fujita, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan.
  • A Digital Archive System for Preserving Audio and Visual Space
    Makoto Uesaka, Yusuke Ikegaya, Tomohito Yamamoto, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Care Giving System Based on Consciousness Recognition
    Noriko Yokoyama, Tomoyuki Yamaguchi, Waseda University, Japan; Shuji Hashimoto, NTT Corporation / Waseda University, Japan.
  • Development of an Eye-Tracking Pen Display for Analyzing Embodied Interaction
    Michiya Yamamoto, Hiroshi Sato, Keisuke Yoshida, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan; Takashi Nagamatsu, Kobe University, Japan; Tomio Watanabe, Okayama Prefectural University, Japan.

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S075: Designing Web Sites and Interfaces to Optimize HCI
Room: Liberty
Chair(s): Robert Proctor, Purdue University, United States;

  • Designing Web Sites and Interfaces to Optimize Successful User Interactions: Symposium Overview
    Robert Proctor, Purdue University, United States; Kim-Phuong Vu, California State University, Long Beach, United States.
  • Advances in E-commerce User Interface Design
    Lawrence Najjar, TandemSeven, Inc., United States.
  • Does Privacy Information Influence Users’ Online Purchasing Behavior?
    Jimmy Nguyen, Kim-Phuong Vu, California State University, Long Beach, United States.
  • Riding the Technology Wave: Effective Dashboard Data Visualization
    Lisa Pappas, Lisa Whitman, SAS Institute, United States.
  • A Conceptual Model of the Axiomatic Usability Evaluation Method
    Yinni Guo, Robert Proctor, Purdue University, United States; Gavriel Salvendy, Purdue University / Tsinghua University (P.R. China), United States.
  • Usability Issues in Introducing Capacitive Interaction into Mobile Navigation
    Shuang Xu, Keith Bradburn, Lexmark International, United States.
  • Movement Time for Different Input Devices
    L. Paige Bacon, Kim-Phuong Vu, California State University, Long Beach, United States.

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Human-Computer Interaction

S076: Advanced System Architecture in the Social Context (II)
Room: Sarasota
Chair(s): Yoshio Nakatani, Ritsumeikan University, Japan; Shogo Nishida, Osaka University, Japan

  • Influence of Prior Knowledge and Embodiment on Human-Agent Interaction
    Yugo Hayashi, Victor Kryssanov, Ritsumeikan University, Japan; Kazuhisa Miwa, Nagoya University, Japan; Hitoshi Ogawa, Ritsumeikan University, Japan.
  • A Study and Evaluation on Route Guidance of a Car Navigation System based on Augmented Reality
    Kengo Akaho, Takashi Nakagawa, Yoshihisa Yamaguchi, Katsuya Kawai, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan; Hirokazu Kato, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; Shogo Nishida, Osaka University, Japan.
  • Developing a User Recommendation Engine on Twitter Using Estimated Latent Topics
    Hiroyuki Koga, Tadahiro Taniguchi, Ritsumeikan University, Japan.
  • Recall and Communication Support System for Reminiscence Triggered by Humming
    Yusuke Kita, Yoshio Nakatani, Ritsumeikan University, Japan.
  • A Haptic Emotional Model for Audio System Interface
    Yuki Ichiyanagi, Eric Cooper, Victor Kryssanov, Hitoshi Ogawa, Ritsumeikan University, Japan.
  • Can Twitter be an Alternative of Real-world Sensors?
    Tetsuro Takahashi, Shuya Abe, Nobuyuki Igata, Fujitsu Laboratories, Ltd., Japan.
  • Recommendation System Based on Interaction with Multiple Agents for Users with Vague Intention
    Itaru Kuramoto, Atsushi Yasuda, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan; Mitsuru Minakuchi, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan; Yoshihiro Tsujino, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.

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S077: Tabletop and Surface Interaction
Room: Park
Chair(s): Karsten Nebe, University of Paderborn, Germany;

  • uPlatform: a Customizable Multi-user Windowing System for Interactive Tabletop
    Chenjun Wu, Yue Suo, Chun Yu, Yuanchun Shi, Yongqiang Qin, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • A Tabletop-based Real-World-Oriented Interface
    Hiroshi Takeda, Hidetoshi Miyao, Minoru Maruyama, David Asano, Shinshu University, Japan.
  • uMeeting, an Efficient Co-Located Meeting System On the Large-Scale Tabletop
    Jie Liu, Yuanchun Shi, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Effect of Aesthetic Design Elements on Tabletop Display Interaction
    Hyunglae Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States; Hyunjn Shin, Ji-Hyung Park, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Korea.
  • An Investigation on Requirements for Co-located Group-Work using Multitouch-, Pen-based- and Tangible-Interaction
    Karsten Nebe, Tobias Müller, Florian Klompmaker, University of Paderborn, Germany.
  • Saving and Restoring Mechanisms for Tangible User Interfaces through Tangible Active Objects
    Eckard Riedenklau, Thomas Hermann, Helge Ritter, Bielefeld University, Germany.

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S078: Text, Human Languages and Translation
Room: Lexington
Chair(s): Sven Schmeier, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany;

  • Computer Assistance in Bilingual Task-Oriented Human-Human Dialogues
    Sven Schmeier, Matthias Rebel, Renlong Ai, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany.
  • Can Indicating Translation Accuracy Encourage People to Rectify Inaccurate Translations?
    Mai Miyabe, Takashi Yoshino, Wakayama University, Japan.
  • Design of a Face-to-face Multilingual Communication System for a Handheld Device in the Medical Field
    Shun Ozaki, Takuo Matsunobe, Takashi Yoshino, Wakayama University, Japan; Aguri Shigeno, Center for Multicultural Society Kyoto, Japan.
  • Developing and Exploiting a Multilingual Grammar for Human-Computer Interaction
    Xian Zhang, Rico Andrich, Dietmar Rösner, University of Magdeburg, Germany.
  • VOSS -A Voice Operated Suite for the Barbadian Vernacular
    David Byer, Colin Depradine, University of the West Indies, Barbados.
  • New Techniques for Merging Text Versions
    Darius Dadgari, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, York University, Canada.
  • MusicTagger: Exploiting User Generated Game Data for Music Recommendation
    Hannes Olivier, Marc Waselewsky, Niels Pinkwart, Technical University of Clausthal, Germany.

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S079: Health and Well-being Applications
Room: Jade
Chair(s): Marko Nieminen, Aalto University, Finland;

  • Clinical Communication: Human-Computer and Human-Human Interactions
    Saif Khairat, Yang Gong, University of Missouri, United States.
  • A User-Friendly Tool for Detecting the Stress Level in a Person’s Daily Life
    Irene Zaragozá, Beatriz Rey, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain; Cristina Botella, Universitat Jaume I, Spain; Rosa Baños, Universitat de València, Spain; Inés Moragrega, Diana Castilla, Universitat Jaume I, Spain; Mariano Alcañiz, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain.
  • mediRobbi: An Interactive Companion for Pediatric Patients During Hospital Visit
    Szu-Chia Lu, Nicole Blackwell, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States.
  • A Real-Time Interactive MIDI Glove for Domicile Stroke Rehabilitation
    Nizan Friedman, David Reinkensmeyer, Mark Bachman, University of California, Irvine, United States.
  • Report on a Preliminary Study Using Breath Control and a Virtual Jogging Scenario as Biofeedback for Resilience Training
    Jacquelyn Morie, Eric Chance, J. Galen Buckwalter, University of Southern California, United States.
  • The Design of an Interactive Stroke Rehabilitation Gaming System
    Linda Harley, Scott Robertson, Maribeth Gandy, Simeon Harbert, Douglas Britton, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States.

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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S080: Detecting Terrorist Activities
Room: Taylor
Chair(s): Alex Stedmon, Glyn Lawson, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

  • The Effects of Individual and Context on Aggression in Repeated Social Interaction
    Jolie Martin, Ion Juvina, Christian Lebiere, Cleotilde Gonzalez, Carnegie Mellon University, United States.
  • Using Behavioral Measures to Assess Counter-Terrorism Training in the Field
    V. Alan Spiker, Anacapa Sciences, Inc., United States; Joan Johnston, Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, United States.
  • Scent trails: Countering Terrorism through Informed Surveillance
    Alex Sandham, Tom Ormerod, Coral Dando, Lancaster University, United Kingdom; Ray Bull, Leicester University, United Kingdom; Mike Jackson, James Goulding, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
  • Acoustic Correlates of Deceptive Speech - An Exploratory Study
    David Howard, Christin Kirchhubel, University of York, United Kingdom.
  • Deception and Self-Awareness
    Glyn Lawson, Alex Stedmon, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; Chloe Zhang, Dawn Eubanks, University of Bath, United Kingdom; Lara Frumkin, The University of East London, United Kingdom.
  • Adversarial Behavior in Complex Adaptive Systems: An Overview of ICST’s Research on Competitive Adaptation in Militant Networks
    John Horgan, Michael Kenney, Mia Bloom, Cale Horne, Kurt Braddock, Peter Vining, Nicole Zinni, Pennsylvania State University, United States; Kathleen Carley, Michael Bigrigg, Carnegie Mellon University, United States.

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Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S081: Information Technology Strategies in Health Care
Room: Palm Beach
Chair(s): Joyram Chakraborty, State University of NY, The College at Brockport, United States;

  • A Top-k Analysis Using Multi-level Association Rule Mining for Autism Treatments
    Kelley Engle, Roy Rada, UMBC, United States.
  • Evaluation of Video Game Interfaces
    Joyram Chakraborty, Phillip Bligh, State University of NY, The College at Brockport, United States.
  • Supporting a Shared Dialog on Healthcare Policy between Researchers, Practitioners, and the Lay Public: Creating the SpeakHealth Online Community
    David Gurzick, Hood College, United States; Lee Boot, UMBC, United States; Stacy Arnold, Infoculture, United States; Martha Gurzick, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, United States.
  • Preliminary Framework for Studying Self-Reported Data in Electronic Medical Records within a Continuing Care Retirement Community
    Kelley Gurley, Anthony Norcio, UMBC, United States.
  • Bringing the Home into the Hospital: Assisting the Pre-Discharge Home Visit Process using 3D Home Visualisation Software
    Arthur Money, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom; Anne McIntyre, Anita Atwal, Georgia Spiliotopoulou, Tony Elliman, Brunel University, United Kingdom; Tim French, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom.

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S082: Active Ageing with ICT
Room: Nassau
Chair(s): Qin Gao, Tsinghua University, P.R. China;

  • Mobile Wikipedia: A Case Study of Information Service Design for Chinese Teenagers
    Jia Zhou, P.L. Patrick Rau, Christoph Rohmer, Jie Zhou, Christophe Ghalayini, Felix Roerig, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Towards an Evidence-based and Context-aware Elderly Caring System Using Persuasive Engagement
    Yu-Chun Yen, Ching-Hu Lu, Yi Chung Cheng, Jing-Shiang Chen, Li Chen Fu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
  • Investigating the Relationships between User Capabilities and Product Demands for Older and Disabled Users
    Umesh Persad, The University of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago; Patrick Langdon, P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • In Search of Information on Websites: A Question of Age?
    Eugenius Loos, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Muntermacher – “Think and Move” Interface and Interaction Design of a Motion-Based Serious Game for the Generation Plus
    Holger Graf, Christian Tamanini, Lukas Geissler, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Videogames and Elders: a New Path in LCT?
    Nicola D'Aquaro, Associazione AQUA, Italy; Dario Maggiorini, Giacomo Mancuso, Laura Anna Ripamonti, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy.

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S083: SMART Interfaces for Consumer Health Applications (II)
Room: Dixie
Chair(s): Josette Jones, Indiana University, United States;

  • Exploring Health Website Users by Web Mining
    Wei Kong, Josette Jones, Indiana University, United States.
  • Can User Tagging Help Health Information Seekers?
    Malika Mahoui, Josette Jones, Andrew Meyerhoff, Indiana University, United States; Toufeeq Syed Ahmed, Vanderbilt University, United States.
  • Increasing Physical Activity by Implementing a Behavioral Change Intervention using Pervasive Personal Health Record System: An Exploratory Study
    Hadi Kharrazi, Lynn Vincz, Indiana University, United States.
  • Developing Protégé to Structure Medical Report
    Josette Jones, Kanitha Phalakornkule, Tia Fitzpatrick, Sudha Iyer, Consuelo Zorina Ombac, Indiana University, United States.
  • BioSEME: A Semantically-Integrated Content Management System for Cancer Research
    Ionut Mihai Stancu, Indiana University, United States.

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S084: The Future of Universal Access (II)
Room: Empire
Chair(s): Noam Ben Asher, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; Gisela Susanne Bahr, Florida Institute of Technology, United States

  • Smart Cities, Ambient Intelligence and Universal Access
    Norbert Streitz, Smart Future Initiative, Germany.
  • Universal Access in Ambient Intelligent Environments – A Research Agenda
    Pier Luigi Emiliani, Laura Burzagli, Francesco Gabbanini, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy.
  • Practical Aspects of Running Experiments with Human Participants
    Frank Ritter, Pennsylvania State University, United States; Jong Kim, University of Central Florida, United States; Jonathan Morgan, Richard Carlson, Pennsylvania State University, United States.
  • Age-related Accessibility Biases in Pass-face Recognition
    Ray Adams, Middlesex University, United Kingdom; Gisela Susanne Bahr, Florida Institute of Technology, United States; Ejder Sevgen Raif, Middlesex University, United Kingdom.
  • Forms of Interaction in Virtual Space: Applications to Psychotherapy and Counselling
    Shagun Chawla, Nigel Foreman, Middlesex University, United Kingdom.
  • Lessons Learned Regarding Simulator Sickness in Older Adult Drivers
    Nicholas Cassavaugh, Joshua Domeyer, Richard Backs, Central Michigan University, United States.
  • mGuides, Design and Usability of a Mobile System to Assist Learning in Critical Situations
    Jaime Sánchez, Matías Espinoza, University of Chile, Chile.

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Virtual and Mixed Reality

S085: Toward Ultra-Reality Technology for VR/MR
Room: Madison
Chair(s): Yasushi Ikei, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan;

  • Ultra-reality and Virtual Reality
    Yasushi Ikei, Masahiro Urano, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan.
  • Concave-convex Surface Perception by Visuo-vestibular Stimuli for Five-Senses Theater
    Tomohiro Amemiya, NTT Corporation, Japan; Koichi Hirota, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Yasushi Ikei, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan.
  • A System for Creating the Content for a Multi-Sensory Theater
    Koichi Hirota, Seichiro Ebisawa, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Tomohiro Amemiya, NTT Corporation, Japan; Yasushi Ikei, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan.
  • Interactive Exhibition with Ambience using Video Avatar and Animation on Huge Screen
    Hasup Lee, Yoshisuke Tateyama, Tetsuro Ogi, Keio University, Japan; Teiichi Nishioka, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Takuro Kayahara, Miyagi University, Japan; Kenichi Shinoda, National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan.
  • Towards Noninvasive Brain-Computer Interfaces during Standing for VR Interactions
    Hideaki Touyama, Toyama Prefectural University, Japan.
  • Olfactory Display Using Visual Feedback Based on Olfactory Sensory Map
    Tomohiro Tanikawa, Aiko Nambu, Takuji Narumi, Kunihiro Nishimura, Michitaka Hirose, The University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Irradiating Heat in Virtual Environments:Algorithm and Implementation
    Marco Gaudina, Andrea Brogni, Darwin Caldwell, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Italy.

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S086: Health and Rehabilitation Applications of VR and AR
Room: Fulton
Chair(s): Vassilis Charissis, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom;

  • Serious Games for the Therapy of the
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder of Children and Adolescents
    Rafael Radkowski, Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Germany; Wilfried Huck, LWL-University Clinic Hamm, Germany; Gitta Domik, University of Paderborn, Germany; Martin Holtmann, LWL-University Clinic Hamm, Germany.
  • Emotions and Telerehabilitation: Pilot Clinical Trials for Virtual Telerehabilitation Application Using Haptic Device and its Impact on Post Stroke Patients' Mood and Motivation
    Shih-Ching Yeh, National Central University, Taiwan; Margaret McLaughlin, Yujung Nam, Scott Sanders, Chien-Yen Chang, Bonnie Kennedy, Sheryl Flynn, Belinda Lange, University of Southern California, United States; Lei Li, Microsoft, United States; Shu-ya Chen, Maureen Whitford, Carolee Winstein, University of Southern California, United States; Younbo Jung, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Albert “Skip” Rizzo, University of Southern California, United States.
  • AR Based Environment for Exposure Therapy to Mottephobia
    Andrea Abate, Michele Nappi, Stefano Ricciardi, University of Salerno, Italy.
  • An Interactive Multimedia System for Parkinson’s Patient Rehabilitation
    Wenhui Yu, Catherine Vuong, Todd Ingalls, Arizona State University, United States.
  • Mixed Reality as a Means to Strengthen Post-stroke Rehabilitation
    Ines Di Loreto, LIRMM - Université Montpellier 2, France; Liesjet Van Dokkum, Université Montpellier 1, France; Abdelkader Gouaich, LIRMM - Université Montpellier 2, France; Isabelle Laffont, Université Montpellier 1, France.

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Internationalization, Design and Global Development

S087: Social Networks: Cultural Design and Analysis Methods
Room: Manatee
Chair(s): Vanessa Evers, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Haijie Ding, Reya Group, P.R. China

  • Cross-cultural Design of a Groupware Application for Global Virtual Team
    Rein Suadamara, Stefan Werner, Axel Hunger, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany.
  • The Impact of "Device" in Social Networking: An Explorative Study with Turkish Social Network Site Users on the Nature of Interactions through Personal Computers and Smartphones
    Özgürol Öztürk, Kerem Rizvanoglu, Sezgin Polat, Fatih Karanfil, Ozan Bakis, Galatasaray University, Turkey.
  • On the Design of Organizational Network Analysis Software
    Jacob Rigby, Reyagroup, United States; Haijie Ding, Reya Group, P.R. China.
  • An Investigation on the Relationship between Informal Networks and Organizational Performance
    Haijie Ding, Reya Group, P.R. China; Jacob Rigby, Reyagroup, United States.
  • Using Embedded Technology Badges to Derive Social Networks, Patterns of Interaction & Space Utilization in a Corporate Headquarters
    Jay Brand, Gabor Nagy, Haworth, United States; Haijie Ding, Reya Group, P.R. China.
  • Does Internationalization Have its Own Face in Each Country? Measuring the Internationalization of Web Presence on Higher Education Admission Web Pages between USA and Taiwan
    Juihsiang Lee, China University of Technology / National Yunlin University of Science & Technology, Taiwan; Manlai You, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.

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Augmented Cognition

S088: Cultural Neuroscience and Individual Differences: Implications for Augmented Cognition
Room: Escambia
Chair(s): Laura Matzen, Sandia National Laboratories, United States;

  • Augmenting Brain and Cognition by Aerobic Exercise
    Kirk Erickson, University of Pittsburgh, United States.
  • The Influence of Culture on Memory
    Angela Gutchess, Aliza Schwartz, Brandeis University, United States; Ayşecan Boduroğlu, Boğaziçi University, Turkey.
  • Computational Cultural Neuroscience: Implications for Augmented Cognition
    Joan Chiao, Northwestern University, United States.
  • Individual Differences and the Science of Human Performance
    Chris Forsythe, Robert Abbott, Susan Stevens-Adams, Stacey Hendrickson, Michael Trumbo, Michael Haass, Sandia National Laboratories, United States.
  • Cultural Neuroscience and Individual Differences: Implications for Augmented Cognition
    Laura Matzen, Sandia National Laboratories, United States.
  • Learning in Virtual Worlds: a New Path for Supporting Cognitive Impaired Children
    Laura Anna Ripamonti, Dario Maggiorini, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy.
  • A Longitudinal Study of P300 Brain-Computer Interface and Progression of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
    Nathan Gates, Christopher Hauser, Eric Sellers, East Tennessee State University, United States.

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Digital Human Modeling

S089: Upper Extremity Safety and Health
Room: Hamilton
Chair(s): Kang Li, Rutgers University, United States; Jia-Hua Lin, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, United States

  • Dynamic Power Tool Operation Model: Experienced Users vs. Novice Users
    Jia-Hua Lin, Raymond McGorry, Chien-Chi Chang, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, United States.
  • Postural Observation of Shoulder Flexion during Asymmetric Lifting Tasks
    Xu Xu, Chien-Chi Chang, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, United States; Gert Faber, Harvard School of Public Health, United States; Idsart Kingma, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands; Jack Dennerlein, Harvard School of Public Health, United States.
  • The Upper Extremity Loading during Typing Using One, Two and Three Fingers
    Jin Qin, UMass Lowell / Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, United States; Matthieu Trudeau, Jack Dennerlein, Harvard School of Public Health, United States.
  • In Silicon Study of 3D Elbow Kinematics
    Kang Li, Rutgers University, United States; Virak Tan, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, United States.
  • Introducing ema (Editor for Manual Work Activities) – A New Tool for Enhancing Accuracy and Efficiency of Human Simulations in Digital Production Planning
    Lars Fritzsche, imk automotive GmbH, United States; Ricardo Jendrusch, Wolfgang Leidholdt, Sebastian Bauer, Thomas Jäckel, Attila Pirger, imk automotive GmbH, Germany.
  • Optimization-Based Posture Prediction for Analysis of Box Lifting Tasks
    Tim Marler, Lindsey Knake, Ross Johnson, The University of Iowa, United States.
  • Verification of Two Models of Ballistic Movements
    Jui-Feng Lin, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan; Colin Drury, State University of NY at Buffalo, United States.

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Design, User Experience, and Usability

S090: Psychological and Physiological Evaluation for User on Interface Design
Room: Union
Chair(s): Keiko Kasamatsu, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan; Shin'ichi Fukuzumi, NEC Corporation, Japan

  • Clarification of Kansei Elements of Attractiveness Related to Usability for Long Term Mobile Phone Users
    Hiroaki Kiso, NEC Corporation, Japan; Nanae Kashiwase, Keiko Kasamatsu, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan; Misako Yamagishi, Hideo Jingu, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan; Shin'ichi Fukuzumi, NEC Corporation, Japan.
  • Comparisons on Kansei Factors of Attractiveness between Initial and Long Term Use of Mobile Phone
    Nanae Kashiwase, Keiko Kasamatsu, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan; Hiroaki Kiso, Shin'ichi Fukuzumi, NEC Corporation, Japan; Misako Yamagishi, Hideo Jingu, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Proposal for Indices to Assess Attractiveness on Initial Use of Mobile Phones
    Misako Yamagishi, Hideo Jingu, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan; Keiko Kasamatsu, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan; Hiroaki Kiso, Shin'ichi Fukuzumi, NEC Corporation, Japan.
  • A Study on the Time Estimation Measurement for Web Usability Evaluation
    Keiji Suzuki, Mitsuhiko Karashima, Hiromi Nishiguchi, Tokai University, Japan.
  • Studies on Imaging Methods to Realize Effective BCI through ERPs
    Mariko Funada, Hakuoh University, Japan; Yoshihide Igarashi, Gunam University, Japan; Tadashi Funada, Rikkyo University, Japan; Miki Shibukawa, Hakuoh University, Japan.
  • A Quantitative Evaluation on the Software Use Experience with Electroencephalogram
    Hitoshi Masaki, Masao Ohira, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; Hidetake Uwano, Nara National College of Technology, Japan; Ken-ichi Matsumoto, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan.
  • User Characteristic-Based Information-Providing Service for Museum with Optical See-Through Head-Mounted Display: Does It Evoke Enthusiasm?
    Yuki Yasuma, Miwa Nakanishi, Keio University, Japan.

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S091: Novel Mobile Interactions, Services and Environments
Room: Lake
Chair(s): Arne Berger, Robert Knauf, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

  • Moody Mobile TV: Exploring TV Clips With Personalized Playlists
    Arne Berger, Robert Knauf, Maximilian Eibl, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany; Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc. (AM+A), United States.
  • Ethnographic Research of User Behavior of Mobile Devices of China, Korea, India, and the Netherlands
    Daeeop Kim, Kun-Pyo Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea.
  • An Extensible Tool for the Annotation of Images and Videos using Segmentation and Tracking
    Marc Ritter, Maximilian Eibl, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany.
  • The Health Machine: Mobile UX Design that Combines Information Design with Persuasion Design
    Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc. (AM+A), United States.
  • Phone Use and Aging: Do Spatial Interface Metaphors Help?
    Mark Turner, Roxane Cortes, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom.
  • Mobile Web Usability: Developing Guidelines for Mobile Web via Smart Phones
    Sungmoo Hong, Sung Chul Kim, KT R&D Center, Korea.
  • Dynamic Navigation System Design for Networked Electric Vehicles
    Frazer McKimm, DHS, Ltd., Ireland; Manuela Galli, Veronica Cimolin, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.

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10:00 – 10:30
Coffee Break



10:30 – 12:30
Ergonomics and Health Aspects of Work with Computers

S092: Biomedical and Health Visualization HCI Design
Room: Nassau
Chair(s): Anthony Faiola, Indiana University, United States; Taowei David Wang, University of Maryland, United States

  • Advancing Critical Care in the ICU: A Human-Centered Biomedical Data Visualization Systems
    Anthony Faiola, Chris Newlon, Indiana University, United States.
  • A Comparative Study of Children’s eHealth Design between East and West: a Case Study of a Children’s Health Website in China, Taiwan, the UK, and the US
    Yah-Ling Hung, Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan; Catherine Stones, University of Leeds, United Kingdom.
  • Interactive Medical Volume Visualizations for Surgical Online Applications
    Konrad Mühler, Mathias Neugebauer, Bernhard Preim, University of Magdeburg, Germany.
  • Emerging Triage Support Environment for Dementia Care with Camera System
    Taro Sugihara, Tsutomu Fujinami, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Japan.
  • The Disability-Simulator: Simulating the Influences of Disabilities on the Usability of Graphical User Interfaces
    Kai Breiner, Tobias Wüchner, Malte Brunnlieb, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.
  • Visually Exploring Multivariate Trends in Patient Cohorts using Animated Scatter Plots
    Alexander Rind, Donau-Universität Krems, Austria; Wolfgang Aigner, Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Silvia Miksch, Donau-Universität Krems, Austria; Sylvia Wiltner, Margit Pohl, Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Felix Drexler, Landesklinikum Krems, Austria; Barbara Neubauer, Nikolaus Suchy, Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

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Human Interface and the Management of Information

S093: Practical Implications of Applied Visual Analytics
Room: Palm Beach
Chair(s): Yan Liu, Wright State University, United States; Paul Havig, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States

  • Visual Random Forests for Large High Dimensional Data
    Joshua Huang, Institutes of Advanced Computing and Digital Engineering, P.R. China.
  • What Does It Mean to Apply Visual Analytics and How Do You Do It?
    Paul Havig, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States.
  • Air, Space, Cyber - User Defined Operating Picture (ASC-UDOP): the Benefits and Pitfalls of Allowing the User to Tell their Own Story
    Jason Moore, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States.
  • Multivariate Data Visualization: A Review from the Perception Aspect
    Yan Liu, Wright State University, United States.
  • Cognitive Processes in Visual Analytics
    Robert Patterson, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States.
  • A Classification Scheme for Characterizing Visual Mining
    Elaheh Mozaffari, Sudhir Mudur, Concordia University, Canada.

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S094: Industrial, Aeronautical and Military Applications
Room: Liberty
Chair(s): Nickolas Macchiarella, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, United States;

  • A Human Interface Toolkit for Developing Operation Support System of Complex Industrial Systems with IVI-COM Technology
    Yangping Zhou, Yujie Dong, Xiaojin Huang, Tsinghua University, P.R. China; Hidekazu Yoshikawa, Symbio Community Forum, Japan.
  • Pilot Information Presentation on the Flight Deck: an Application of Synthetic Speech and Visual Digital Displays
    Nickolas Macchiarella, Jason Kring, Michael Coman, Tom Haritos, Zoubair Entezari, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, United States.
  • Multimodal Threat Cueing in Simulated Combat Vehicle with Tactile Information Switching between Threat and Waypoint Indication
    Patrik Lif, Per-Anders Oskarsson, Björn Lindahl, Johan Hedström, Jonathan Svensson, Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI, Sweden.
  • Experimental Investigation of Misuse and Disuse in Using Automation System
    Akihiro Maehigashi, Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai, Nagoya University, Japan; Kazuaki Kojima, Waseda University, Japan; Junya Morita, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Japan; Yugo Hayashi, Ritsumeikan University, Japan.
  • ICT-enabled Business Process Re-engineering: International Comparison
    Ya-Ching Lee, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan; Pin-Yu Chu, National Chengchi University, Taiwan; Hsien-Lee Tseng, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan.
  • The e-progression in SEs’
    Karl Sandberg, Olof Wahlberg, Fredrik Håkansson, Mid Sweden University, Sweden.

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Human-Computer Interaction

S095: Emotions in HCI
Room: Hamilton
Chair(s): Maximiliano Romero, Politecnico di Milano, Italy;

  • Multimodal Emotion Classification in Naturalistic User Behavior
    Steffen Walter, Stefan Scherer, Martin Schels, Michael Glodek, David Hrabal, Miriam Schmidt, Ulm University, Germany; Ronald Böck, University of Magdeburg, Germany; Kerstin Limbrecht, Harald Traue, Friedhelm Schwenker, Ulm University, Germany.
  • Guess Who? An Interactive and Entertaining Game-like Platform for Investigating Human Emotions
    Muneeb Imtiaz Ahmad, Hassan Tariq, Mehreen Saeed, National University of Computer and Emerging Science, Pakistan; Suleman Shahid, Emiel Krahmer, Tilburg University, Netherlands.
  • Adaptive Machine Learning Approach for Emotional Email Classification
    K. Karthik, R. Ponnusamy, AVIT - Vinayaka Missions University, India.
  • Toward Adapting Interactions by Considering User Emotions and Capabilities
    Idoia Cearreta, Nestor Garay-Vitoria, University of the Basque Country, Spain.
  • Intentionality in Interacting with Companion Systems - an Empirical Approach
    Dietmar Rösner, Rafael Friesen, Mirko Otto, Julia Lange, Matthias Haase, Jörg Frommer, University of Magdeburg, Germany.
  • Affective Videogame. The Problem of Wearability and Comfort
    Andrea Bonarini, Fiammetta Costa, Maurizio Garbarino, Matteo Matteuci, Maximiliano Romero, Simone Tognetti, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
  • The Effect of Physical Embodiment of an Animal Robot on Affective Prosody Recognition
    Myounghoon Jeon, Infantdani Rayan, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States.

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S096: Novel Interaction Methods and Techniques
Room: Escambia
Chair(s): G Michael Poor, Bowling Green State University, United States;

  • ARAMIS: Toward a Hybrid Approach for Human-Environment Interaction
    Stefano Carrino, Elena Mugellini, Omar Abou Khaled, College of Engineering and Architecture of Fribourg, Switzerland; Rolf Ingold, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
  • Passive Identification and Control of Arbitrary Devices in Smart Environments
    Andreas Braun, Felix Kamieth, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Research of Passive Mode Interaction in Pervasive Computing
    Yin Lu, Kejian Miao, Zhanhuai Li, Northwestern Polytechincal University, P.R. China; Ke Wei, Shaanxi Provincial Tourism Institute, P.R. China.
  • Scratchable Devices: User-Friendly Programming for Household Appliances
    Jordan Ash, Monica Babes, Gal Cohen, Sameen Jalal, Sam Lichtenberg, Michael Littman, Vukosi Marivate, Phillip Quiza, Blase Ur, Emily Zhang, Rutgers University, United States.
  • Introducing Animatronics to HCI: Extending Reality-Based Interaction
    G Michael Poor, Bowling Green State University, United States; Rob Jacob, Tufts University, United States.
  • A Method of Multiple Odors Detection and Recognition
    Dong-Kyu Kim, Yong-Wan Roh, Kwang-Seok Hong, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea.
  • Dancing Skin: An Interactive Device for Motion
    Sheng-Han Chen, Teng-Wen Chang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; Sheng-cheng Shi, MingDao University, Taiwan.

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S097: Learning Environments
Room: Madison
Chair(s): George Margetis, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece;

  • CAI Platform for Fundamental Geometric Training on Perspective Sketching
    Ding-Bang Luh, Shao-Nung Chen, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
  • Effects of Print-storybooks and E-storybooks with Reading Comprehension Strategies on Fifth Graders’ Reading Comprehension Ability
    Huang Hsiu-Shuang, National University of Tainan, Taiwan; Chen Shang-Liang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; Leou Yea-Mei, National Tainan Institute of Nursing, Taiwan; Huang Ho-Chuan, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Taiwan; Yeh Ching-Yu, National University of Tainan, Taiwan; Chen Yun-Yao, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; Elaine Chen, National University of Tainan, Taiwan; Tseng Ya-Ying, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan.
  • Exploring Children’s Requirements for the Graphic Design of the WebOPAC
    Tengku Siti Meriam Tengku Wook, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia; Siti Salwah Salim, University of Malaya, Malaysia.
  • A Web-based Learning Environment to Support Chemistry
    Candice Adams, Cheryl Seals, Auburn University, United States.
  • Creating a New Context for Activity in Blended Learning Environments: Engaging the Twitchy Fingers
    Jayne Klenner-Moore, King's College, United States.
  • Comparison of a 3-D expression system and a Standardized IQ Test for Children
    Akihiro Suzuki, Masayuki Wajima, Takashi Kawakami, Tetsuo Okazaki, Hokkaido Institute of Technology, Japan.

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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S098: Cognitive Issues in Interaction (III)
Room: Fulton
Chair(s): Katrin Fischer, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland;

  • Subitizing-Counting Analogue Observed in a Fast Multi-tapping Task
    Hiro-Fumi Yanai, Kyouhei Kurosawa, Kousuke Takahashi, Ibaraki University, Japan.
  • Display System for Advertising Image with Scent and Psychological Effect
    Keisuke Tomono, Wartburg College, United States; Hiroki Wakatsuki, Shigeki Kumazawa, Akira Tomono, Tokai University, Japan.
  • Viability of Mobile Devices for Training Purposes
    Shehan Sirigampola, Steven Zielinski, Glenn Martin, Jason Daly, Jaime Flores, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Consideration of Human Factors for Prioritizing Test Cases for the Software System Test
    Christoph Malz, University of Stuttgart, Germany; Kerstin Sommer, Technische Universität München, Germany; Peter Göhner, University of Stuttgart, Germany; Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Technische Universität München, Germany.
  • Estimation of Driver’s Fatigue Based on Steering Wheel Angle
    Qichang He, Wei Li, Xiumin Fan, Shanghai Jiaotong University, P.R. China.

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Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S099: Smart Products and Services
Room: Lake
Chair(s): Kevin Tseng, Chang Gung University, Taiwan;

  • Chetoe.com: An Integrated Web 2.0 Service for Automatically Travel Planning
    Hsien-Tsung Chang, Zi-Ning Liu, Yi-Ting Wang, Che-Wen Chang, Chia-An Hung, Chang Gung University, Taiwan.
  • Design and Development a Social Networks Platform for Older People
    Chien-Lung Hsu, Kevin Tseng, Chin Lung Tseng, Boo Chen Liu, Chang Gung University, Taiwan.
  • An Investigation into a Personalised and Web2.0-Based Search Engine Interface
    Tsai-Hsuan Tsai, Hsien-Tsung Chang, Shih-Ting Huang, Chang Gung University, Taiwan.
  • Connecting Communities: Designing a Social Media Platform for Older Adults Living in a Senior Village
    Tsai-Hsuan Tsai, Hsien-Tsung Chang, Chang Gung University, Taiwan; Alice May-Kuen Wong, Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan; Tsung-Fu Wu, Chang Gung University, Taiwan.
  • A New Structure of Online Learning Environment to Support the Professional Learning
    Wenzhi Chen, Yu-Hao Lin, Chang Gung University, Taiwan.
  • A Telehealthcare System to Care for Older People Suffering from Metabolic Syndrome
    Kevin Tseng, Chien-Lung Hsu, Chang Gung University, Taiwan; Yu-Hao Chuang, National Central University, Taiwan.

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S100: Designing Interactions for the Ageing Society
Room: Dixie
Chair(s): Carlos Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal;

  • Virtual Reality for AAL Services Interaction Design and Evaluation
    Pilar Sala, ITACA-TSB Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain; Felix Kamieth, Fraunhofer, Germany; Juan Bautista Mocholi, Juan Carlos Naranjo, ITACA-TSB Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain.
  • Investigating the Accessibility of Program Selection Menus of a Digital TV Interface
    Pradipta Biswas, Patrick Langdon, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  • Self-adapting TV Based Applications
    Daniel Costa, Carlos Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Adapting Multimodal Fission to User’s Abilities
    David Costa, Carlos Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Adaptive Multimodal Fusion
    Pedro Feiteira, Carlos Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • The Effects of Font Size and Page Presentation Method of E-book Reading on Small Screens for Older adults
    Wang-Chin Tsai, Yi-Lin Lo, Ya-Tzu Chang, Chang-Franw Lee, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.

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S101: Universal Accessibility in Documents
Room: Manatee
Chair(s): Georgios Kouroupetroglou, University of Athens, Greece;

  • Web Application for Analysis, Manipulation and Generation of Accessible PDF Documents
    Alireza Darvishy, Hans-Peter Hutter, Oliver Mannhart, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland.
  • Metagnostic Deductive Question Answering with Explanation from Texts
    John Kontos, Joseph Armaos, Ioanna Malagardi, University of Athens, Greece.
  • Collaborative Editing for All: the Google Docs Example
    Giulio Mori, Maria Claudia Buzzi, Marina Buzzi, Barbara Leporini, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy; Victor Penichet, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain.
  • Acoustic Modelling of Dialogue Elements for Document Accessibility
    Pepi Stavropoulou, Dimitris Spiliotopoulos, Georgios Kouroupetroglou, University of Athens, Greece.
  • Readable Image for the Visually Impaired
    Sunil Kumar Kopparapu, TCS Innovation Labs - Mumbai, India.
  • Survey: Improving Document Accessibility from the Blind and Visually Impaired User’s Point of View
    Martin Dorigo, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom; Bettina Harriehausen-Mühlbauer, Ingo Stengel, University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Germany; Paul Dowland, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom.
  • From "Reading" Math to "Doing" Math: A New Direction in Non-Visual Math Accessibility
    Nancy Alajarmeh, Enrico Pontelli, Tran Son, New Mexico State University, United States.

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Virtual and Mixed Reality

S102: Developing Virtual Environments (II)
Room: Empire
Chair(s): Jose San Martin, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain;

  • Enhancing Marker-based AR Technology
    Jong-Hoon Seo, Jinwook Shim, Ji-Hye Choi, James Park, Tack-Don Han, Yonsei University, Korea.
  • Semi Autonomous Camera Control in Dynamic Virtual Environments
    Marcel Klomann, Jan-Torsten Milde, Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
  • Study of Optimal Behavior in Complex Virtual Training Systems
    Jose San Martin, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain.
  • LIS3D: Low-cost 6DOF Laser Interaction for outdoor Mixed Reality
    Pedro Santos, Hendrik Schmedt, Bernd Amend, Fraunhofer, Germany; Philip Hammer, Deck 13 GmbH, Germany; Ronny Giera, Semantis Information Builders GmbH, Germany; Elke Hergenroether, University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt, Germany; André Stork, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.
  • Mechatronic Prototype for Rigid Endoscopy Simulation
    Byron Perez-Gutierrez, Camilo Ariza Zambrano, Juan Camilo Hernandez, Nueva Granada Military University, Colombia.

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Internationalization, Design and Global Development

S103: HCI for Economic Development: from HCI4D to the PRC
Room: Jackson
Chair(s): Emilie Gould, State University of NY at Albany, United States;

  • Working toward Women’s Economic Empowerment: Using Information and Communication Technology in Developing Areas to Market Traditional Crafts
    Melissa Secore Levis, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States.
  • Seeing the World in 5 Dimensions - More or Less?
    Emilie Gould, State University of NY at Albany, United States.
  • Culture-Centered Design: Culture Audit of Screen Designs for Educational Software in Saudi Arabia
    Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc. (AM+A), United States; Emilie Gould, State University of NY at Albany, United States; Laurie Wigham, Aaron Marcus and Associates, Inc. (AM+A), United States.
  • Designing for Social Commerce Experience as Cultural Consumption
    Huatong Sun, Miami University, United States.
  • Human-Computer Interaction as an instrument for strengthening Culture and Language of a Colombian Native Community
    Santiago Ruano Rincón, Annabelle Boutet, Gilles Coppin, Télécom-Bretagne, France; Franck Poirier, Université de Bretagne-Sud, France; Tulio Rojas Curieux, Universidad del Cauca, Colombia.
  • Toward the new Sullivan Principles in the Information Age: Conflicts and Challenges of Multinational Information Technology Companies in Asian Countries
    Byul Shin, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States.

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Online Communities and Social Computing

S104: Interacting with Wikis and Blogs
Room: Park
Chair(s): Mark Zachry, University of Washington, United States;

  • Interpreting User-Generated Content: What Makes a Blog Believeable?
    Rahayu Ahmad, Wayne Lutters, UMBC, United States.
  • Mining Social Relationships in Micro-blogging Systems
    Qin Gao, Qu Qu, Xuhui Zhang, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • An Exploratory Study of Navigating Wikipedia Semantically: Model and Application
    I-Chin Wu, Yi-Sheng Lin, Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan; Che-Hung Liu, National University of Tainan, Taiwan.
  • Collaborative Sensemaking during Admin Permission Granting in Wikipedia
    Katie Derthick, Patrick Tsao, Travis Kriplean, Alan Borning, Mark Zachry, David McDonald, University of Washington, United States.
  • Impact of Blog Design Features on Blogging Satisfaction – An Impression Management Perspective
    Wee-Kek Tan, Hock-Hai Teo, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

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Augmented Cognition

S105: AugCog in Training and Education
Room: Sarasota
Chair(s): Roy Stripling, Office of Naval Research, United States;

  • EEG Knows Best: Predicting Future Performance Problems for Targeted Training
    Gwenn Campbell, Christine Belz, Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, United States; Charles Scott, Kaegan, United States; Phan Luu, Electrical Geodesics, Inc., United States.
  • From Sound to Meaning: Changes in EEG Source-Localized Brain Activity with Foreign-Language Training
    Catherine Poulsen, Phan Luu, Colin Davey, Don Tucker, Joey Nelson, Electrical Geodesics, Inc., United States.
  • Ongoing Efforts Towards Developing a Physiologically Driven Training System
    Joe Coyne, Ciara Sibley, Naval Research Laboratory, United States; Carrly Baldwin, George Mason University, United States.
  • Neuroergonomic Assessment of Simulator Fidelity in an Aviation Centric Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) Application
    Tom Schnell, The University of Iowa, United States; Alex Postnikov, Rockwell Collins, United States; Nancy Hamel, Advanced Infoneering, Inc., United States.
  • Interactive Neuro-Educational Technologies (I-NET): Development of a Novel Platform for Neurogaming
    Giby Raphael, Adrienne Behneman, Veasna Tan, Nicholas Pojman, Chris Berka, Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc., United States.
  • Improving Students’ Meta-Cognitive Skills within Intelligent Educational Systems: A Review
    Alejandro Peña-Ayala, WOLNM / IPN / Osaka University, Mexico; Michiko Kayashima, Tamagawa University, Japan; Riichiro Mizoguchi, Osaka University, Japan; Rafael Dominguez, ESIME-Z IPN, Mexico.
  • Considering Cognitive Traits of University Students with Dyslexia in the Context of a Learning Management System
    Carolina Mejía Corredor, University of Girona, Spain; Alicia Díaz Megoña, Juan Jiménez González, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain; Ramón Fabregat, University of Girona, Spain.

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Digital Human Modeling

S106: Cognitive Modelling and AR/VR based Support Technologies for Future Home and Work Environments
Room: Union
Chair(s): Bo Hoege, Jeronimo Dzaack, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

  • Implicit Human-Computer Interaction by Posture Recognition
    Enrico Maier, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
  • Incorporating Motion Data and Cognitive Models in IPS
    Michael Beckmann, Jeronimo Dzaack, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
  • Multimodal, Touchless Interaction in Spatial Augmented Reality Environments
    Monika Elepfandt, Marcelina Sünderhauf, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
  • Less Driving While Driving? An Approach for the Estimation of Effects of Future Vehicle Automation Systems on Driver Behavior
    Bertram Wortelen, OFFIS - Institute for Information Technology, Germany; Andreas Lüdtke, OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology, Germany.
  • A Model of Shortcut Usage in Multimodal Human-Computer Interaction
    Stefan Schaffer, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany; Robert Schleicher, Sebastian Möller, Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, Germany.
  • A Context-Aware Adaptation System for Spatial Augmented Reality
    Anne Wegerich, Matthias Rötting, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
  • Multimodal User Interfaces in IPS²
    Ulrike Schmuntzsch, Matthias Rötting, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
  • An Empirical Study of Disassembling Using an Augmented Vision System
    Barbara Odenthal, Marcel Mayer, Wolfgang Kabuß, Bernhard Kausch, Christopher Schlick, RWTH Aachen University, Germany.

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Human Centered Design

S107: Towards a Human-Centred Web
Room: Lexington
Chair(s): Deborah Carstens, Florida Institute of Technology, United States;

  • An Experimental Study of Home Page Design on Green Electronic Products Web Site
    Fei-Hui Huang, Oriental Institute of Technology, Taiwan.
  • Culturally Situated Design Tools: Animated Support Tools for Mathematics
    Albanie Bolton, Cheryl Seals, Auburn University, United States.
  • Development of Web-Based Participatory Trend Forecasting System: urtrend.net
    Eui-Chul Jung, Yonsei University, Korea; Soon-Jong Lee, HeeYun Chung, BoSup Kim, HyangEun Lee, YoungHak Oh, YounWoo Cho, WoongBae Ra, HyeJin Kwon, June-Young Lee, Seoul National University, Korea.
  • Exploring the Impact of Cultures on Web Usability Test
    Hsiu Ching Hsieh, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • Management of Weight-Loss: Patients' and Healthcare Professionals' Requirements for an E-health System for Patients
    Anita Das, Arild Faxvaag, Dag Svanaes, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway.
  • SemaZoom: Semantics Exploration by Using a Layer-based Focus and Context Metaphor
    Dirk Burkhardt, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany; Kawa Nazemi, Matthias Breyer, Christian Stab, Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Extraction of User Interaction Patterns for Low-usability Web Pages
    Toshiya Yamada, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan; Noboru Nakamichi, Nanzan University, Japan; Tomoko Matsui, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Japan.

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Design, User Experience, and Usability

S108: ISO Usability Standards and Enterprise Software
Room: Taylor
Chair(s): Anna Wichansky, Oracle, United States;

  • ISO 25062 Usability Test Planning for a Large Enterprise Applications Suite
    Sean Rice, Jatin Thaker, Anna Wichansky, Oracle, United States.
  • ISO Standards for Standard Software: Accountability, Customer Expectations and Reality
    Ulrich Kreichgauer, SAP AG, Germany.
  • ISO Standards and Enterprise Software: A Case Study Using SUMI and SUS in an International Sale
    Joyce Ohgi, Jeff Sauro, Oracle, United States.
  • ISO 20282: Is a Practical Standard for the Usability of Consumer Products Possible?
    Nigel Bevan, Professional Usability Services, United Kingdom; Simon Raistrick, Foviance, United Kingdom.
  • ISO Usability Standards and Enterprise Software: A Management Perspective
    Clemens Lutsch, Microsoft Deutschland GmbH, Germany.
  • Usability Standards across the Development Lifecycle
    Mary Theofanos, Brian Stanton, National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States.

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S109: User Experience and the Web
Room: Jade
Chair(s): Abbas Moallem, San Jose State University, United States;

  • Did You Forget Your Password?
    Abbas Moallem, San Jose State University, United States.
  • A Solution to Revisitation Using Organic Bookmark Management
    Siu-Tsen Shen, National Formosa University, Taiwan; Stephen Prior, Middlesex University, United Kingdom; Kuen-Meau Chen, National United University, Taiwan.
  • Exploring Cultural Variation in Eye Movements on a Web Page between Americans and Koreans
    Chang Woo Yang, Valdosta State University, United States.
  • Trails – An Interactive Web History Visualization and Tagging Tool
    Wenhui Yu, Todd Ingalls, Arizona State University, United States.
  • HCI Browser: A Tool for Administration and Data Collection for Studies of Web Search Behaviors
    Robert Capra, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States.
  • Measuring Cultural Markers in Arabic Government Websites Using Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions
    Nouf Khashman, Andrew Large, McGill University, Canada.
  • Enhancing Interactions of Self-Help Groups in Africa through Mobile Solutions: Design Guidelines
    Mokeira Masita-Mwangi, Faith Ronoh-Boreh, Patricia Aruwa, Nokia Research Center, Kenya.

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12:30 – 13:30
Lunch Break



13:30 – 15:30
Ergonomics and Health Aspects of Work with Computers

S110: New Ways of Working in Offices
Room: Union
Chair(s): Elsbeth Korte, TNO, Netherlands;

  • Alternative Workstations may be New but are they Better?
    Alan Hedge, Cornell University, United States.
  • New Ways of Working: A Proposed Framework and Literature Review
    Merle Blok, Liesbeth Groenesteijn, Christiaan Van den Berg, Peter Vink, TNO, Netherlands.
  • Nonvisual Effects of Led Coloured Ambient Lighting on Well-Being and Cardiac Reactivity: Preliminary Findings
    Michel Varkevisser, Thales Research & Technology, Netherlands; Roy Raymann, Philips Research Europe, Netherlands; David Keyson, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
  • Effects of Meeting Room Interior Design on Team Performance in a Creativity Task
    Elsbeth Korte, Lottie Kuijt, Rick Van der Kleij, TNO, Netherlands.

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Human Interface and the Management of Information

S111: Kansei Value Creation
Room: Nassau
Chair(s): Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan;

  • Emotion Recognition Using Biological Signal in Intelligent Space
    Kanlaya Rattanyu, Makoto Mizukawa, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Auditory Feature Parameters for Music Based on Human Auditory Processes
    Masashi Murakami, Toshikazu Kato, Chuo University, Japan.
  • Surprise Generator for Virtual KANSEI Based on Human Surprise Characteristics
    Masaki Zenkyou, Ken Tomiyama, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Virtual Interaction Between Human and Fabric
    Shigeru Inui, Akihiro Yoneyama, Yosuke Horiba, Shinshu University, Japan.
  • Study on Evaluation of Kawaii Colors using Visual Analog Scale
    Tsuyoshi Komatsu, Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Petimo: Sharing Experiences through Physically Extended Social Networking
    Nimesha Ranasinghe, Owen Noel Newton Fernando, Adrian David Cheok, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
  • Ontological Approach to Aesthetic Feelings: A Multilingual Case of Cutism
    Akifumi Tokosumi, Fumina Teng, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

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S112: Designing the Service Engineering in the Present Day
Room: Sarasota
Chair(s): Sakae Yamamoto, Tokyo University of Science, Japan; Hirohiko Mori, Tokyo City University, Japan

  • Supporting of Requirements Elicitation for Ensuring Services of Information Systems Used for Education
    Yuki Terawaki, The University of Tokyo / Hosei University, Japan.
  • Privacy Concern in Ubiquitous Society and Research on Consumer Behavior
    Yumi Asahi, Tokyo University of Science, Japan.
  • Service Science Method to Create Pictograms Referring to Sign Languages
    Naotsune Hosono, Oki Consulting Solutions Co., Ltd., Japan; Hiromitsu Inoue, Chiba Prefectural University of Health Sciences, Japan; Hiroyuki Miki, Oki Electric Ind. Co., Ltd., Japan; Michio Suzuki, Association of Architectural of Japanese DEAF (AAJD), Japan; Yuji Nagashima, Kogakuin University, Japan; Yutaka Tomita, Keio University, Japan; Sakae Yamamoto, Tokyo University of Science, Japan.
  • Evaluation of Disaster Information Management System Using Tabletop User Interfaces
    Hidemi Fukada, Otaru University of Commerce, Japan; Kazue Kobayashi, Aki Katsuki, NTT COMWARE CORPORATION, Japan; Naotake Hirasawa, Otaru University of Commerce, Japan.
  • Study on Accessibility of Urgent Message Transmission Service in a Disaster
    Shunichi Yonemura, NTT Corporation, Japan; Kazuo Kamata, Utsunomiya University, Japan.
  • Disaster Information Collecting/Providing Service for Local Residents
    Yuichi Takahashi, Tokyo University of Science, Japan; Daiji Kobayashi, Chitose Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; Sakae Yamamoto, Tokyo University of Science, Japan.
  • A Study on Selection Ability in the 3D Space by the Finger
    Makoto Oka, Yutaro Ooba, Hidetaka Kuriiwa, Ryuta Yamada, Hirohiko Mori, Tokyo City University, Japan.

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S113: Visualisation Methods, Techniques and Applications
Room: Jackson
Chair(s): Jan Stelovsky, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, United States;

  • VizKid : A Behavior Capture and Visualization System of Adult-Child Interaction
    Grace Shin, Taeil Choi, Agata Rozga, Mario Romero, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States.
  • Visualizing Programs on Different Levels of Abstractions
    Jo-Han Wu, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, United States; Jan Stelovsky, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, United States.
  • Visualizing Stakeholder Concerns with Anchored Map
    Takanori Ugai, Fujitsu Laboratories, Ltd., Japan.
  • Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Communication Detection using Spherical SOM Visualization for Network Management
    Satoshi Togawa, Shikoku University, Japan; Kazuhide Kanenishi, Yoneo Yano, The University of Tokushima, Japan.
  • Explicit Modeling and Visualization of Imperfect Information in the Context of Decision Support for Tsunami Early Warning in Indonesia
    Monika Friedemann, Ulrich Raape, Sven Tessmann, Thorsten Schoeckel, Christian Strobl, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany.
  • Performance Visualization for Large-Scale Computing Systems: A Literature Review
    Qin Gao, Xuhui Zhang, P.L. Patrick Rau, Tsinghua University, P.R. China; Anthony Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel, Colorado State University, United States.

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Human-Computer Interaction

S114: Signal and image processing for HCI (II)
Room: Liberty
Chair(s): Ping Guo, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China;

  • An Image Segmentation Method for Chinese Paintings by Combining Deformable Models with Graph Cuts
    Ning He, Beijing Union University, P.R. China; Lu Ke, Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China.
  • A Novel Parallel Clustering Algorithm Based on Artificial Immune Network Using nVidia CUDA Framework
    Ruiyi Luo, Qian Yin, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China.
  • Image Skeletonization Based on Curve Skeleton Extraction
    Xiaoyan Hu, Bo Sun, Huiqin Zhao, Bin Xie, Hao Wu, Beijing Normal University, P.R. China.
  • Shape –based Human Actions Recognition in Videos
    Nitish Amraji, Lin Mu, Mariofanna Milanova, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States.
  • Validating Video Analytics in Mission Critical Applications
    Stephen Mitchell, Sukhpreet Gill, Steve Loveless, Pelco, United States; Brent Auernheimer, California State University, Fresno, United States.
  • A Detection Method of Basic Mouth Shapes from Japanese Utterance Images
    Tsuyoshi Miyazaki, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan; Toyoshiro Nakashima, Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Japan; Naohiro Ishii, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Dynamic Queries with Relevance Feedback for Content Based Image Retrieval
    Murat Birinci, Esin Guldogan, Moncef Gabbouj, Tampere University of Technology, Finland.

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S115: Cognitive and Psychological Issues in HCI (I)
Room: Madison
Chair(s): Satoru Inoue, Electronic Navigation Research Institute, Japan;

  • Towards A Cognitive-Based User Interface Design Framework Development
    Natrah Abdullah, Wan Adilah Wan Adnan, Nor Laila Md Noor, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia.
  • Finding a Relationship between Internet Anxiety and Human Behavior
    Santosh Kalwar, Kari Heikkinen, Jari Porras, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland.
  • Fuzzy Linguistic Modelling Cognitive/Learning Styles for Adaptation through Multi-level Granulation
    Ilham Huseyinov, European University of Lefke, Turkey.
  • Eye-movement-based Instantaneous Cognition Model for Non-verbal Smooth Closed Figures
    Yuzo Takahashi, Shoko Koshi, Hiroshima City University, Japan.
  • Associating Learners’ Cognitive Style with their Navigation Behaviors: A Data-Mining Approach
    Yung-Chi Hsu, Sherry Chen, National Central University, Taiwan.
  • Extraversion and Computer Game Play: Who Plays What Games?
    Xiaowen Fang, Miaoqi Zhu, DePaul University, United States.

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S116: Novel Approaches to Usability
Room: Park
Chair(s): Christophe Kolski, University of Valenciennes, France;

  • Improving the Usability of Hierarchical Representations for Interactively Labeling Large Image Data Sets
    Julia Moehrmann, University of Stuttgart, Germany; Stefan Bernstein, University of Applied Sciences Mittweida, Germany; Thomas Schlegel, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; Günter Werner, University of Applied Sciences Mittweida, Germany; Gunther Heidemann, University of Stuttgart, Germany.
  • Towards an Automatic Analysis of Interaction Data for HCI Evaluation - Application to a Transport Network Supervision System
    Selem Charfi, Houcine Ezzedine, Christophe Kolski, University of Valenciennes, France; Faouzi Moussa, Université de Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Usability of Nomadic User Interfaces
    Walter Dees, Philips Research Labs, Netherlands.
  • Key Requirements for Integrating Usability Engineering and Software Engineering
    Karsten Nebe, University of Paderborn, Germany; Volker Paelke, Institut de Geomàtica, Spain.
  • Inherent Usability Problems in Interactive Voice Response Systems
    Hee-Cheol Kim, Deyun Liu, Ho-Won Kim, Inje University, Korea.
  • A Design Science Framework for Designing and Assessing User Experience
    Sisira Adikari, Craig McDonald, John Campbell, University of Canberra, Australia.
  • Project and Development of ErgoCoIn version 2.0
    Marcelo Morandini, Roberto Rodrigues, Marcus Cerrato, Marcos Chaim, State University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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S117: Multimodal Interaction
Room: Lexington
Chair(s): Pedro Campos, University of Madeira and INESC-ID, Portugal;

  • Exploiting New Interaction Techniques for Disaster Control Management Using Multitouch-, Tangible- and Pen-based-Interaction
    Karsten Nebe, Florian Klompmaker, University of Paderborn, Germany; Helge Jung, Siemens IT Solutions and Services GmbH, Germany; Holger Fischer, University of Paderborn, Germany.
  • Windows Positioning System: Aural Assistance Environment for the Aging in Windows Navigation
    Chi Chu, China University of Technology, Taiwan.
  • Needle Insertion Simulator with Haptic Feedback
    Seungjae Shin, University of Science & Technology / Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Korea; Wanjoo Park, Hyunchul Cho, Sehyung Park, Laehyun Kim, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Korea.
  • An Assistive Bi-Modal User Interface Integrating Multi-Channel Speech Recognition and Computer Vision
    Alexey Karpov, Andrey Ronzhin, Irina Kipyatkova, SPIIRAS, Russia.
  • Experimental Study on Appropriate Reality of Agents as a Multi-modal Interface for Human-Computer Interaction
    Kaori Tanaka, Tatsunori Matsui, Kazuaki Kojima, Waseda University, Japan.
  • GMM Parameter Estimation by Means of EM and Genetic Algorithms
    Sergey Zablotskiy, Teerat Pitakrat, Kseniya Zablotskaya, Wolfgang Minker, Ulm University, Germany.
  • Taking Turns in Flying With a Virtual Wingman
    Pim Nauts, Tilburg University, Netherlands; Willem Van Doesburg, TNO, Netherlands; Emiel Krahmer, Tilburg University, Netherlands; Anita Cremers, TNO, Netherlands.

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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S118: Situation Awareness and Transportation Safety
Room: Escambia
Chair(s): Paul Salmon, Monash University, Australia;

  • The Effects of Visual and Cognitive Distraction on Driver Situation Awareness
    Meghan Rogers, Yu Zhang, David Kaber, North Carolina State University, United States; Yulan Liang, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, United States; Shruti Gangakhedkar, North Carolina State University, United States.
  • Cognitive Compatibility of Motorcylists and Drivers
    Guy Walker, Heriot Watt University, United Kingdom; Neville Stanton, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; Paul Salmon, Monash University, Australia.
  • Experienced and Novice Driver Situation Awareness at Rail Level Crossings: An Exploratory On-road Study
    Paul Salmon, Michael Lenné, Kristie Young, Monash University, Australia; Guy Walker, Heriot Watt University, United Kingdom.
  • Enhancing Pilot Training with Advanced Measurement Techniques
    Kelly Hale, Design Interactive, Inc., United States; Robert Breaux, Private Consultant, United States.
  • A Formalism for Assessing the Situation Awareness of Pilots
    Steven Landry, Chittayong Surakitbanharn, Purdue University, United States.
  • Management of cognitive competencies of train dispatchers in the Swiss Federal Railway
    Katrin Fischer, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland.

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Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S119: BCI: Application Interfaces and Environments
Room: Lake
Chair(s): Anton Nijholt, University of Twente, Netherlands;

  • Social Environments, Mixed Communication and Goal-Oriented Control Application Using a Brain-Computer Interface
    Günter Edlinger, Christoph Guger, g.tec medical engineering GmbH and Guger Technologies OG, Austria.
  • BCIs in Multimodal Interaction and Multitask Environments: Theoretical Issues and Initial Guidelines
    Jan Van Erp, Marieke Thurlings, Peter Werkhoven, Anne-Marie Brouwer, TNO, Netherlands.
  • Towards Standardized User and Application Interfaces for the Brain Computer Interface
    Paul McCullagh, Melanie Ware, Alexander McRoberts, Gaye Lightbody, Maurice Mulvenna, Gerry McAllsister, University of Ulster, United Kingdom; José Luis González, Vicente Cruz Medina, Telefonica, Spain.
  • Perspectives on User Experience Evaluation of Brain-Computer Interfaces
    Bram Van de Laar, Hayrettin Gürkök, Danny Plass - Oude Bos, Femke Nijboer, Anton Nijholt, University of Twente, Netherlands.
  • EEG-based Personalized Digital Experience
    Olga Sourina, Yisi Liu, Qiang Wang, Minh Khoa Nguyen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
  • Online BCI Implementation of High-frequency Phase Modulated Visual Stimuli
    Danhua Zhu, Gary Garcia Molina, Vojkan Mihajlovic, Ronald Aarts, Philips Research Europe, Netherlands.

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S120: Affective Technology through Affective Management
Room: Dixie
Chair(s): Hiroyuki Umemuro, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan;

  • Affective Technology through Affective Management
    Hiroyuki Umemuro, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Do Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-being of Online Shopping Come from daily Life Experience?
    Jia Zhang, Hiroyuki Umemuro, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Affective Climate of Workplace and its Contributing Factors
    Waratta Authayarat, Hiroyuki Umemuro, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • General Factors that Elicit Human Affect Across Countries
    Qin Tang, Hiroyuki Umemuro, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Life in Affective Reality: Identification and Classification of Smiling in Early Childhood
    Fumito Kawakami, Akifumi Tokosumi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Tactile Hand Gesture Recognition through Haptic Feedback for Affective Online Communication
    Hae Youn Joung, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States.
  • Affective Technology for Older Adults: Does Fun Technology Affect Older Adults and Change their Lives?
    Ryoko Fukuda, Keio University, Japan.

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Virtual and Mixed Reality

S121: VR in Products Design and Assembly
Room: Jade
Chair(s): Monica Bordegoni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy;

  • 5-finger Exoskeleton for Assembly Training in Augmented Reality
    Siam Charoenseang, Sarut Panjan, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Thailand.
  • Fast Prototyping of Virtual Replica of Real Products
    Francesco Ferrise, Monica Bordegoni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
  • Virtual Factory Manager
    Marco Sacco, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy; Giovanni Dal Maso, Technology Transfer System S.r.l., Italy; Ferdinando Milella, SimX Ltd., United Kingdom; Paolo Pedrazzoli, Diego Rovere, ICIMSI - Computer Integrated Manufacturing Institute of Sustainable Innovation, Switzerland; Walter Terkaj, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy.
  • A Virtual Experiment Platform for Mechanism Motion Cognitive Learning
    Xiumin Fan, Xi Zhang, Huanchong Cheng, Yanjun Ma, Qichang He, Shanghai Jiaotong University, P.R. China.
  • VClav 2.0 - System for Playing 3D Virtual Copy of a Historical Clavichord
    Krzysztof Gardo, Ewa Lukasik, Poznan University of Technology, Poland.

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Internationalization, Design and Global Development

S122: Social Innovation and Service Design Education and Practices in China
Room: Hamilton
Chair(s): Zhiyong Fu, Tsinghua University, P.R. China;

  • Experience Design on m-Commerce in China---Digital Marketing Oriented Social Innovation Design
    Guan Yan, Wu Qiong, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Design for All: Social Innovation and Service Design Education and Practice in China
    Jun Hai, Kin Wai Michael Siu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
  • Design for Social Emotional Interaction in China: Light-tech driven Design and Prototyping Applied in Design Education and Research
    Feng Xian, Zhiyong Fu, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Interactive Media in Social Innovation
    Xiaohua Sun, Lei Wang, Tongji University, P.R. China.
  • Designing for Social Urban Media: Creating an Integrated Framework of Social Innovation and Service Design in China
    Zhiyong Fu, Xia Zhang, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Common Task-oriented Communication Tool Applied in Radiology Department of Hospital
    Rui Yang, GE Healthcare, P.R. China.

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Online Communities and Social Computing

S123: Information in On-line Communities
Room: Fulton
Chair(s): Anthony Norcio, UMBC, United States;

  • Extracting Events from Wikipedia as RDF Triples Linked to Widespread Semantic Web Datasets
    Carlo Aliprandi, Synthema Srl, Italy; Francesco Ronzano, Andrea Marchetti, Maurizio Tesconi, Salvatore Minutoli, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy.
  • Beyond the Social Search: Personalizing the Semantic Search in Social Networks
    Julio Reis, University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil; Rodrigo Bonacin, Center for Information Technology Renato Archer (CTI), Brazil; M. Cecília Baranauskas, University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil.
  • Community Search: A Collaborative Searching Web Application With a User Ranking System
    Papon Yongpisanpop, Masao Ohira, Ken-ichi Matsumoto, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan.
  • A Supervised Machine Learning Link Prediction Approach for Tag Recommendation
    Manisha Pujari, Rushed Kanawati, LIPN CNRS UMR 7030, France.
  • Conversational Lives: Visualizing Interpersonal Online Social Interactions
    Heng Chen, Aisling Kelliher, Arizona State University, United States.

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Augmented Cognition

S124: Technology Integration
Room: Palm Beach
Chair(s): Joseph Cohn, Office of Naval Research, United States;

  • Challenges and Solutions with Augmented Cognition Technologies: Precursor Issues to Successful Integration
    Joseph Cohn, Office of Naval Research, United States.
  • Towards a Software Toolkit for Neurophysiological Data Collection and Analysis
    James Niehaus, Peter Weyhrauch, Charles River Analytics, United States.
  • Cognition: What Does It Have To Do With The Brain?
    Alexandra Geyer, Aptima, Inc., United States.
  • Toward a Wearable, Neurally-Enhanced Augmented Reality System
    David Goldberg, Equinox Corporation, United States; Jacob Vogelstein, Johns Hopkins University APL, United States; Diego Socolinsky, Lawrence Wolff, Equinox Corporation, United States.
  • Neurocognitive Patterns: Using Brain, Behavior, and Context to Infer User Intent
    Webb Stacy, Aptima, Inc., United States.
  • Neurological Advances and Ethical/Legal Conundrums: Lessons from History
    Cheryl Erwin, University of Texas, United States.
  • Particle Swarm Optimization-based Feature Selection for Brain-Computer Interfaces
    Alexer Firpi, Francesco Tenore, Michael McLoughlin, Jacob Vogelstein, Johns Hopkins University APL, United States.

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Human Centered Design

S125: Usability and Design
Room: Empire
Chair(s): Andrew Large, McGill University, Canada;

  • Adapting User Interfaces by Analyzing Data Characteristics for Determining Adequate Visualizations
    Kawa Nazemi, Fraunhofer, Germany; Dirk Burkhardt, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany; Alexander Praetorius, Matthias Breyer, Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Usability Tests for Improvement of 3D Navigation in Multiscale Environments
    Tathiane Andrade, Daniel Trindade, Eduardo Silva, Alberto Raposo, Simone Barbosa, PUC - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • A Holistic Model for Integrating Usability Engineering and Software Engineering Enriched with Marketing Activities
    Holger Fischer, Karsten Nebe, Florian Klompmaker, University of Paderborn, Germany.
  • Task Analysis for Behavioral Factors Evaluation in Work System Design
    Lingyan Wang, Henry Lau, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • User-Oriented Graph Visualization Taxonomy: A Data-Oriented Examination of Visual Features
    Kawa Nazemi, Matthias Breyer, Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Expert-sided Workflow Data Acquisition by means of an Interactive Interview System
    Daniel Ley, Fraunhofer, Germany.

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Design, User Experience, and Usability

S126: Communication Issues and the User Experience: Branding, Content Design and Semiotics
Room: Manatee
Chair(s): Anthony Faiola, Davide Bolchini, Indiana University, United States

  • The Fusing of “Paper-in-Screen”: Reducing Mobile Prototyping Artificiality to Increase Emotional Experience
    Davide Bolchini, Anthony Faiola, Indiana University, United States.
  • Modeling Users’ Data Usage Experiences from Scientific Literature
    Jian Zhang, Chaomei Chen, Michael S. Vogeley, Drexel University, United States.
  • A Study on the Expected Image and Relevant Design Techniques in Different Product-Use Stages
    Yung-Chin Tsao, Brian Chen, Yen-Pang Yang, Tatung University, Taiwan.
  • Influencing Mechanism of Apparent Space Dimensions on Interface Aesthetics and Apparent Usability
    Tian Lei, Yingbin Zhou, Xiang Li, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, P.R. China; Xiaoli Chen, China University of Geosciences, P.R. China.
  • A Conjoint Analysis of Attributes Affecting the Likelihood of Technology Use
    Anna Pohlmeyer, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany; Lucienne Blessing, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg.
  • Socratic Dialogue in Design Education
    Neil Matthiessen, University of South Florida, United States.
  • Talking to Strangers: Using Large Public Displays to Facilitate Social Interaction
    Elisa Rubegni, Nemanja Memarovic, Marc Langheinrich, Università della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland.

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S127: Mobile Services and Devices
Room: Taylor
Chair(s): Jonathan Kies, Qualcomm, Inc., United States;

  • Mobile QWERTY User Research
    Yat-Sang Hung, Sarena Yang, Samsung Telecommunications America, United States; Neung Eun Kang, SAMSUNG Electronics, Korea; Stephanie Vance, Samsung Telecommunications America, United States.
  • Mobile Web & Native Apps: How One Team Found a Happy Medium
    Kathleen Buettner, Anna Simmons, Intuit, Inc., United States.
  • Approaching Warp Speed!: Examining the User Experience in the Age of 4G
    Quinn Simpson, Sce Pike, Citizen, United States.
  • Oracle Mobile User Assistance Testing
    Erika Webb, Ultan O'Broin, Ray Matsil, Laurie Pattison, Mindi Cummins, Oracle, United States.
  • Photo Diaries – A Peek into a Mobile Worker’s Life
    Anthony Sampanes, Cisco Systems, Inc., United States; Michele Snyder, Lynn Rampoldi-Hnilo, Brent White, Oracle, United States.
  • An Experience Sampling System for Context-Aware Mobile Application Development
    Jungsuk Seo, Seunghwan Lee, Geehyuk Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea.

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15:30 – 16:00
Coffee Break



16:00 – 18:00
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S128: Security and Forensic Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction
Room: Lake
Chair(s): Pavel Ocenasek, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic;

  • Analysis of Authentication Protocols with Scyter: Case Study
    Pavel Ocenasek, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic.
  • Routing Functionality in the Logic Approach for Authentication Protocol Design
    Pavel Ocenasek, Jakub Hranac, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic.
  • An Approach for Security Protocol Design Based on Zero-knowledge Primitives Composition
    Pavel Ocenasek, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic.
  • Constructing Phylogenetic Trees Based on Intra-Group Analysis of Human Mitochondrial DNA
    Ivan Vogel, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic; Frantisek Zedek, Masaryk University, Czech Republic; Pavel Ocenasek, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic.
  • Exploring Informational Privacy Perceptions in the context of Online Social Networks: A Phenomenology Perspective
    Emma Nuraihan Mior Ibrahim, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia.
  • Modelling Social Cognitive Theory to Explain Software Piracy Intention
    Ameetha Garbharran, Andrew Thatcher, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.

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Human-Computer Interaction

S129: Innovative Interaction Strategies
Room: Madison
Chair(s): Frode Eika Sandnes, Oslo University College, Norway;

  • Landmarks Detection to Assist the Navigation of Visually Impaired People
    Paulo Costa, IPL, Portugal; Hugo Fernandes, UTAD, Portugal; Veronica Vasconcelos, Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Portugal; Paulo Coelho, IPL, Portugal; Joao Barroso, UTAD, Portugal; Leontios Hadjileontiadis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
  • A Configurable Photo Browser Framework for Large Image Collections
    Frode Eika Sandnes, Oslo University College, Norway.
  • Finding Suitable Candidates: The Design of a Mobile Volunteering Matching System
    Wei-Chia Chen, Yun-Maw Cheng, Tatung University, Taiwan; Frode Eika Sandnes, Oslo University College, Norway; Chao-Lung Lee, Tatung University, Taiwan.
  • Enabling Efficient Browsing and Manipulation of Web Tables on Smartphone
    Wenchang Xu, Yuanchun Shi, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Older User-Computer Interaction on the Internet: How Conversational Agents Can Help
    Wi-Suk Kwon, Veena Chattaraman, Soo In Shim, Auburn University, United States; Hanan Alnizami, Juan Gilbert, Clemson University, United States.
  • An Efficient Document Browsing Method with Floating Diagram Window on Mobile Device
    Yu Shibuya, Kazunobu Nagata, Kazuyoshi Murata, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • A Research of Interaction Strategy with Public Information Display
    Youngkyu Jin, Jookyung Woo, Jongwoo Jung, Youngwan Seo, Juyoun Lee, UX Center DMC R&D Center Samsung Electronics, Korea; Amy Chung, SAMSUNG Electronics, Korea.

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S130: Gesture-based Interaction (II)
Room: Lexington
Chair(s): George Margetis, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece;

  • A Low-cost Natural User Interaction Based on a Camera Hand-Gestures Recognizer
    Mohamed Boulabiar, Télécom-Bretagne, France; Thomas Burger, Franck Poirier, Université de Bretagne-Sud, France; Gilles Coppin, Télécom-Bretagne, France.
  • Hidden-Markov-Model-Based Hand Gesture Recognition Techniques Used for a Human-Robot Interaction System
    Chin-Shyurng Fahn, Keng-Yu Chu, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • Upper Body Gesture Recognition for Human-Robot Interaction
    Chi-Min Oh, Md. Zahidul Islam, Jun-Sung Lee, Chil-Woo Lee, Chonnam National University, Korea; In So Kweon, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea.
  • CornerPen: SmartPhone is the Pen
    Bong-gyu Jang, MyungHee Lee, Gerard Kim, Korea University, Korea.
  • Virtual Mouse: A Low Cost Proximity-based Gestural Pointing Device
    Sheng Kai Tang, Wen Chieh Tseng, Wei Wen Luo, Kuo Chung Chiu, Sheng Ta Lin, Yen Ping Liu, ASUS Design Center, ASUSTeK Computer Inc., Taiwan.
  • Niboshi for Slate Devices: a Japanese Input Method Using Multi-touch for Slate Devices
    Gimpei Kimioka, Buntarou Shizuki, Jiro Tanaka, University of Tsukuba, Japan.
  • Using Pen-Based Computing in Technology for Health
    Hyungsin Kim, Young Suk Cho, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States.

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S131: User Interface Design Methods and Tools
Room: Jade
Chair(s): Mark Bachman, University of California, Irvine, United States;

  • Message Oriented Middleware for Flexible Wizard of Oz Experiments in HCI
    Mirko Otto, Rafael Friesen, Dietmar Rösner, University of Magdeburg, Germany.
  • A Rapid Prototyping Tool for Interactive Device Development
    Mark Merlo, Mark Bachman, University of California, Irvine, United States.
  • POLVO - Software for Prototyping of Low-fidelity Interfaces in Agile Development
    Junia Gonçalves, Caroline Santos, Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri, Brazil.
  • Enhancing Personas with their Main Scenarios
    Alicia Valls Saez, Muriel Garreta-Domingo, Marta Lopez Reyes, UOC - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain.
  • A Reference Model for Adaptive Visualization Systems
    Kawa Nazemi, Christian Stab, Arjan Kuijper, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Automatic Adaptation of User Workflows within Model-based User Interface Generation during Runtime on the Example of the SmartMote
    Kai Breiner, Kai Bizik, Thilo Rauch, Marc Seissler, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany; Gerrit Meixner, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany; Philipp Diebold, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.

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S132: Capturing and Consolidating Design Knowledge
Room: Fulton
Chair(s): Dimitris Grammenos, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece;

  • Evaluating Usability of Web-based Electronic Government: Users’ Perspective
    Zhao Huang, Laurence Brooks, Brunel University, United Kingdom.
  • Axiomatic Design for Biometric Icons
    Sheau-Farn Max Liang, Chien-Tsen Lin, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan.
  • Towards a Conceptual Framework for Interaction Design in the Pragmatic Web
    Heiko Hornung, M. Cecília Baranauskas, University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil.
  • Objective and Subjective Measures of Visual Aesthetics of Website Interface Design: The Two Sides of the Coin
    Ahamed Altaboli, Yingzi Lin, Northeastern University, United States.
  • The Effects of Content Type and Presentation Style on User Experiences of Multimedia Content on a Tablet PC
    Kari Kallinen, Jan Kallenbach, Niklas Ravaja, Aalto University, Finland.
  • Studying the Role of Interactivity in Museums: Designing and Comparing Multimedia Installations
    Pedro Campos, University of Madeira and INESC-ID, Portugal; Miguel Campos, Joao Pestana, WowSystems, Lda., Portugal; Joaquim Jorge, INESC-ID, Portugal.
  • An End User and Environment Field Study for an Inclusive Design of Consumer Products
    Thomas Fiddian, Chris Bowden, Royal National Institute for Deaf People, United Kingdom; Mark Magennis, Antoinette Fernnell, Joshue O Connor, National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI), Ireland; Pierre Kirisci, University of Bremen, Germany; Yehya Mohamad, Fraunhofer, Germany; Michael Lawo, University of Bremen, Germany.

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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S133: Aeronautics and Space
Room: Nassau
Chair(s): Stephen Prior, Middlesex University, United Kingdom; Steven Landry, Purdue University, United States; Savita Verma, NASA Ames, United States

  • Development of a Reconfigurable Protective System for Multi-Rotor UAS
    Thomas Irps, Stephen Prior, Darren Lewis, Middlesex University, United Kingdom.
  • Optimizing Performance Variables for Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Co-Axial Rotor Systems
    Jonathon Bell, Mantas Brazinskas, Stephen Prior, Middlesex University, United Kingdom.
  • A Testbed for Exploring Human-Robot Interaction with Unmanned Aerial and Ground Vehicles
    Jaime Flores, Glenn Martin, University of Central Florida, United States; Paula Durlach, U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, United States.
  • Test-Retest Reliability of CogGauge: A Cognitive Assessment Tool for SpaceFlight.
    Matthew Johnston, Angela Carpenter, Kelly Hale, Design Interactive, Inc., United States.
  • Acceptability and Effects of Tools to Assist with Controller Managed Spacing in the Terminal Area
    Lynne Martin, Michael Kupfer, SJSU/NASA Ames Research Center, United States; Everett Palmer, Joey Mercer, Todd Callantine, Thomas Prevôt, NASA Ames Research Center, United States.

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Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S134: Designing Interfaces for In-vehicle Driver Support Systems - Issues under Consideration
Room: Palm Beach
Chair(s): Angelos Amditis, Institute of Communications and Computer Systems, Greece;

  • Monitoring User Distraction in a Car by Segmentation of Experimental Data
    Tomas Macek, Martin Labsky, Jan Kleindienst, Hana Truskova, IBM, Czech Republic.
  • On-road Pilot Study on The Need for Integrated Interfaces of In-vehicle Driver Support Systems
    Evangelia Portouli, Vasilis Papakostopoulos, Nicolas Marmaras, National Technical University of Athens, Greece.
  • Towards User-Centred Development of Integrated Information, Warning, and Intervention Strategies for Multiple ADAS in the EU Project interactIVe
    Tobias Hesse, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Johan Engström, Emma Johansson, Volvo Technology, Sweden; Giuseppe Varalda, Centro Ricerche Fiat, Italy; Martin Brockmann, Allround Team GmbH, Germany; Amon Rambaldini, Centro Ricerche Fiat, Italy; Nicola Fricke, Frank Flemisch, Frank Köster, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Lena Kanstrup, Volvo Technology, Sweden.
  • Towards an integrated adaptive automotive HMI for the future
    Angelos Amditis, Katia Pagle, Institute of Communications and Computer Systems, Greece; Gustav Markkula, Volvo Technology, Sweden; Luisa Andreone, Centro Ricerche Fiat, Italy.
  • Design of Human Computer Interfaces for Highly Automated Vehicles in the EU-Project HAVEit
    Frank Flemisch, Anna Schieben, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Nadja Schömig, Würzburg Institute for Traffic Sciences, Germany; Matthias Strauss, Stefan Lueke, Continental Frankfurt, Germany; Anna Heyden, Volvo Technology, Sweden.

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S135: Aging and HCI
Room: Sarasota
Chair(s): Christopher Schlick, Nicole Jochems, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

  • Age-Adapted Psychoacoustics: Target Group Oriented Sound Schemes for the Interaction with Telemedical Systems
    Alexander Mertens, Philipp Przybysz, Alexander Groß, David Koch-Koerfges, Claudia Nick, Martin Kaethner, Christopher Schlick, RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
  • Age Dependent Differences in the Usage of a Desktop VR System for Air Force Mission Planning and Preparation
    Carsten Winkelholz, Michael Kleiber, Fraunhofer, Germany.
  • Fitts' Law in Bivariate Pointing on Large Touch Screens: Age-differentiated Analysis of Motion Angle Effects on Movement Times and Error Rates
    Sebastian Vetter, Jennifer Bützler, Nicole Jochems, Christopher Schlick, RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
  • Young by Design: Supporting Older Adults' Mobility and Home Technology Use through Universal Design and Instruction
    Michael Sengpiel, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany.
  • Sense of Presence in a Robotic Telepresence Domain
    Annica Kristoffersson, Silvia Coradeschi, Örebro University, Sweden; Kerstin Severinson Eklundh, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Amy Loutfi, Örebro University, Sweden.

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S136: New Approaches to the Study of Web Accessibility
Room: Taylor
Chair(s): Helen Petrie, University of York, United Kingdom;

  • Results from Multi-dimensional Accessibility Assessment
    Rogério Bandeira, Rui Lopes, Luis Carriço, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • An Architecture for Multiple Web Accessibility Evaluation Environments
    Nádia Fernandes, Rui Lopes, Luis Carriço, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Remote Evaluation of WCAG 2.0 Techniques by Web Users with Visual Disabilities
    Christopher Power, Helen Petrie, Andre Freire, David Swallow, University of York, United Kingdom.
  • Making Visual Maps Accessible to the Blind
    Maria Claudia Buzzi, Marina Buzzi, Barbara Leporini, Loredana Martusciello, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR), Italy.
  • Investigating Drag and Drop Techniques for Older People with Cognitive Impairment
    Frédéric Vella, Nadine Vigouroux, IRIT, Université Paul Sabatier, France; Pierre Rumeau, CHU Toulouse, France.
  • A Concept for User-centered Development of Accessible User Interfaces for Industrial Automation Systems and Web Applications
    Farzan Yazdi Motlagh, University of Stuttgart, Germany; Helmut Vieritz, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Nasser Jazdi, University of Stuttgart, Germany; Daniel Schilberg, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Peter Göhner, University of Stuttgart, Germany; Sabina Jeschke, RWTH Aachen University, Germany.

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S137: Advances in Accessibility
Room: Empire
Chair(s): Alexandros Mourouzis, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece;

  • A Unified Environment for Accessing a Suite of Accessibility Evaluation Facilities
    Nikolaos Partarakis, Constantina Doulgeraki, Margherita Antona, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece; Theofanis Oikonomou, Nikolaos Kaklanis, Konstantinos Votis, Grammati-Eirini Kastori, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece.
  • Advances in Game Accessibility from 2005 to 2010
    Thomas Westin, Stockholm University, Sweden; Kevin Bierre, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States; Dimitris Grammenos, Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH), Greece; Michelle Hinn, Pursuit of Happiness Foundation, United States.
  • Access-a-WoW: Building an Enhanced World of Warcraft™ UI for Persons with Low Visual Acuity
    G Michael Poor, Thomas Donahue, Martez Mott, Guy Zimmerman, Laura Leventhal, Bowling Green State University, United States.
  • Disable Workstation Development: a Multicompetence Approach to Human Behaviour Analysis
    Giuseppe Andreoni, Fiammetta Costa, Carlo Frigo, Muschiato Sabrina, Esteban Pavan, Laura Scapini, Maximiliano Romero, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
  • Website Design and Usability Assessment Implications from a Usability Study with Visually Impaired Users
    Sarah Swierenga, Jieun Sung, Graham Pierce, Dennis Propst, Michigan State University, United States.
  • Comparative Study Between AZERTY-type and K-Hermes Virtual Keyboards Dedicated to Users with Cerebral Palsy
    Yohan Guerrier, Maxime Baas, Université Lille Nord de France, France; Christophe Kolski, University of Valenciennes, France; Franck Poirier, Université de Bretagne-Sud, France.
  • eBooks: Accessibility, Limitations and Exceptions to Copyright - An Ongoing Debate
    Ana Isabel Paraguay, Officio Ergonomia S/C, Brazil.

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Virtual and Mixed Reality

S138: "What's the Name of the Game? Does It Mean Anything To You?" - Maximizing the Learning Value of Serious Games and Virtual Worlds
Room: Manatee
Chair(s): Anya Andrews, University of Central Florida, United States;

  • Farming Education: A Case for Social Games for Learning
    Peter Smith, ADL Co-Lab, United States; Alicia Sanchez, Defense Acquisition University, United States.
  • Reflected in a Liquid Crystal Display: Personalization and the Use of Avatars in Serious Games
    Shan Lakhmani, Clint Bowers, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Serious Games for Psychological Health Education
    Anya Andrews, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Patterns of Gaming Preferences and Serious Game Effectiveness
    Katelyn Procci, James Bohnsack, Clint Bowers, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Designing Augmented Reality Tangible Interfaces for Kindergarten Children
    Pedro Campos, University of Madeira and INESC-ID, Portugal; Sofia Pessanha, University of Madeira, Portugal.
  • Tracking the UFO’s Paths: Using Eye-Tracking for the Evaluation of Serious Games
    Michael Kickmeier, Eva Hillemann, Dietrich Albert, Graz University of Technology, Austria.

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Internationalization, Design and Global Development

S139: Trends of HCI in China
Room: Park
Chair(s): Hui Li, Tsinghua University, P.R. China; Hua Qin, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, P.R. China

  • Cross-Cultural Study on Shop-Floor Control System
    Xiongfei Zhao, Hong Huang, Corporate Technology, Siemens Ltd., P.R. China.
  • Effects of Different Visual Feedback Forms on Eye Cursor's Stabilities
    Xinyong Zhang, Wenxin Feng, Renmin University of China, P.R. China; Hongbin Zha, Peking University, P.R. China.
  • Motion Control with Intentions for Virtual Assembly
    Jianfei Yu, Beijing Aeronautical Technology Research Center, P.R. China; Dan Zong, Chunpeng Li, Shihong Xia, Zhaoqi Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China.
  • A Review of Driver Mental Workload in Driver-Vehicle-Environment System
    Yutao Ba, Wei Zhang, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • The Impact of Cultural Differences on Instant Messaging Communication in China and Germany
    Hui Li, P.L. Patrick Rau, Andreas Hohmann, Tsinghua University, P.R. China.
  • Analysis of the Applied Pattern of Distributed Computing Used in Simulation
    Song-feng Gao, Hua Qin, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, P.R. China.

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Augmented Cognition

S140: Public, Private and Industry Researchers: their Combined Role is a Key to Success in Advancing Augmented Cognition
Room: Union
Chair(s): Jefferson Grubb, Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division, United States;

  • Today’s Competitive Objective: Augmenting Human Performance
    Kay Stanney, Kelly Hale, Design Interactive, Inc., United States.
  • Analysis of Multiple Physiological Sensor Data
    Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Grant Taylor, University of Central Florida, United States; Keryl Cosenzo, US Army Research Laboratory, United States; Stephanie Lackey, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Distributed Logging and Synchronization of Physiological and Performance Measures to Support Adaptive Automation Strategies
    Daniel Barber, University of Central Florida, United States; Irwin Hudson, US Army Research Laboratory, United States.
  • Measuring the Effectiveness of Stress Prevention Programs in Military Personnel
    Andrea Taylor, Sae Schatz, University of Central Florida, United States.
  • Augmented Cognition Methods for Evaluating Serious Game Based Insider Cyber Threat Detection Training
    Terence Andre, TiER1 Performance Solutions, United States; Cali Fidopiastis, University of Alabama, Birmingham, United States; Tiffany Ripley, Anna Oskorus, Ryan Meyer, Robert Snyder, TiER1 Performance Solutions, United States.
  • Using Neurophysiological Data to Inform Feedback Timing: A Pilot Study
    Jennifer Vogel-Walcutt, Julian Abich, University of Central Florida, United States.

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Digital Human Modeling

S141: Shape Analysis and its Applications
Room: Hamilton
Chair(s): Afzal Godil, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), United States; Sudhakar Rajulu, NASA Johnson Space Center, United States

  • An Automatic Method for Computerized Head and Facial Anthropometry
    Jing-Jing Fang, Sheng-Yi Fang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
  • Development of Sizing Systems for Chinese Minors
    Xin Zhang, China National Institute of Standardization, P.R. China; Yanyu Wang, University of Science and Technology Beijing, P.R. China; Linghua Ran, China National Institute of Standardization, P.R. China; Ailan Feng, Ketai He, University of Science and Technology Beijing, P.R. China; Taijie Liu, China National Institute of Standardization, P.R. China; Jianwei Niu, University of Science and Technology Beijing, P.R. China.
  • Automatic Face Feature Points Extraction
    Dominik Rupprecht, Sebastian Hesse, Rainer Blum, Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany.
  • Cloth Modeling and Simulation: A Literature Survey
    James Long, Katherine Burns, Jingzhou (James) Yang, Texas Tech University, United States.
  • The Effects of Landmarks and Training on 3D Surface Anthropometric Reliability and Hip Joint Center Prediction
    Wen-Ko Chiou, Chang Gung University, Taiwan; Bi-Hui Chen, Chihlee Institute of Technology, Taiwan; Wei-Ying Chou, Chang Gung University, Taiwan.
  • Accelerated Real-Time Reconstruction of 3D Deformable Objects from Multi-View Video Channels
    Holger Graf, Leon Hazke, Svenja Kahn, Fraunhofer, Germany; Cornelius Malerczyk, University of Applied Science Friedberg-Giessen, Germany.

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Human Centered Design

S142: Holistic Prosthetics Technology for People with Multiple Disability
Room: Escambia
Chair(s): Noriaki Kuwahara, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan;

  • Holistic Prosthetic Approaches to the Hearing Handicapped People: Communicational Tools in Various Situations
    Kazuyuki Kanda, Chukyo University, Japan; Tsutomu Kimura, Toyota College of Technology, Japan.
  • Cognitive Prostheses: Findings from Attempts to Model Some Aspects of Cognition
    Norman Alm, University of Dundee, United Kingdom; Arlene Astell, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom; Gary Gowans, University of Dundee, United Kingdom; Maggie Ellis, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom; Richard Dye, Phillip Vaughan, Philippa Riley, University of Dundee, United Kingdom.
  • A Study on the Visibility of the Light Emitting Braille Block
    Hiromi Fukuda, Noriaki Kuwahara, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan; Takao Suzuki, Tanabe, CD., LTD, Japan; Kazunari Morimoto, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Expansion of the System of JSL-Japanese Electronic Dictionary -An Evaluation for the Compound Research System-
    Tsutomu Kimura, Toyota College of Technology, Japan; Daisuke Hara, Toyota Technical Institute, Japan; Kazuyuki Kanda, Chukyo University, Japan; Kazunari Morimoto, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Development of a Wearable Airbag for Preventing Fall Related Injuries
    Toshiyo Tamura, Chiba University, Japan; Takumi Yoshimura, Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan; Masaki Sekine, Chiba University, Japan; Mitsuo Uchida, Prop Co., Japan.
  • Human-centered Design in the Care of Immobile Patients
    Thomas Laeubli, Roger Gassert, ETH Zürich, Switzerland; Masaru Nakaseko, Kyoto Institute of Technology and Osaka Jikei Research Center of Health Care Management, Japan.
  • Nonspeech Sound Design for a Hierarchical Information System
    Rafa Absar, Catherine Guastavino, McGill University, Canada.

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Design, User Experience, and Usability

S143: Usability in the Life Science Industry
Room: Dixie
Chair(s): Brigitte Herrmann, Siemens AG, Healthcare Sector, Imaging & Therapy, Germany;

  • Improved Usability through Internationalization
    Carsten Witte, Siemens AG, Germany.
  • Terminological Precision — A Key Factor in Product Safety and Usability
    Barbara Inge Karsch, BIK Terminology - Terminology Consulting and Training, United States; Gabriele Sauberer, International Network for Terminology - TermNet, Austria.
  • Development of an Augmented Feedback Application to Support Motor Learning after Stroke: Requirement Analysis
    Simone Schmid, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
  • 2D vs. 3D Pain Visualization: User Preferences in a Spinal Cord Injury Cohort
    Fotios Spyridonis, Gheorghita Ghinea, Brunel University, United Kingdom.
  • The Usability Evaluation of Web-based 3D Medical Image Visualization
    Sittapong Settapat, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan; Tiranee Achalakul, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Thailand; Michiko Ohkura, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan.
  • Analysis of Emergent Use for Wellbeing Service Innovation
    Alexandros Yeratziotis, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa; Christian Sannemann, University of Helsinki, Finland; Johanna Viitanen, Marko Nieminen, Aalto University, Finland.

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S144: Revisiting User Support
Room: Jackson
Chair(s): Emilie Gould, State University of NY at Albany, United States;

  • User Satisfaction of Ali Wangwang, an Instant Messenger Tool
    Jie Gao, Zhenghua Zhang, Taobao (China) Software Co., Ltd., P.R. China.
  • Study of User Interface for Browsing Web Contents that Considers the Cognitive Features of Older Users
    Masahiro Watanabe, Shunichi Yonemura, Ryo Hashimoto, Yoko Asano, NTT Corporation, Japan.
  • The Layout for the User-friendly Manual: Case Study on an Internet Set-up Manual
    Momoko Nakatani, Takehiko Ohno, Yurika Katagiri, Ai Nakane, NTT Corporation, Japan; Shuji Hashimoto, NTT Corporation / Waseda University, Japan.
  • Smart User Assistance Based on Dynamic Model Composition
    Rene Zilz, Peter Forbrig, University of Rostock, Germany.
  • Multi-Language Online Word Processor for Learners and the Visually Impaired
    Shiblee Imtiaz Hasan, BRAC University, Bangladesh.

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S145: Industrial User Experience
Room: Liberty
Chair(s): Sanjay Tripathi, ABB Corporate Research, India;

  • Lessons Learned from Using Personas & Scenarios for Requirements Specification of Next-generation Industrial Robots
    Petra Björndal, Mikko Rissanen, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden; Steve Murphy, ABB Discrete Automation and Motion, Robotics, Sweden.
  • To Develop Viable Human Factors Engineering Methods for Improved Industrial Use
    Jonas Andersson, Lars-Ola Bligård, Anna-Lisa Osvalder, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Mikko Rissanen, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden; Sanjay Tripathi, ABB Corporate Research, India.
  • Ethnography, Ethnography or Ethnography? What Happens when the Same Word Means Different Things to Different People?
    Sasanka Prabhala, Daria Loi, Subhashini Ganapathy, Intel Corporation, United States.
  • Training Designers of Real-World Products:Scenario Approach in Industrial Design Curriculum
    Yu-Chun Hsu, Chang Gung University, Taiwan.
  • The Inmates are Still Running the Asylum: How to Share a Design Vision with Engineers
    Uday Gajendar, Colin Johnson, Citrix Systems, Inc., United States.
  • Exploring the Learning Problems and Resources Usage of Undergraduate Industrial Design Students in Design Studio
    Wenzhi Chen, Chang Gung University, Taiwan; Hsien-Hui Tang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan.
  • Enterprise UX Design in China
    Dongyuan Li, Huawei Corporation, P.R. China.

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