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Visual Intelligence and Mood in Visual Communication Design

G. M. Mejia. “Visual Intelligence and Mood in Visual Communication Design.” Information Design Journal (IDJ), vol. 20(1), pp. 47-57, 2013. Retrieved from http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/92697197/visual-intelligence-mood-visual-communication-design

Added: 781 days ago by mbannan

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Mediating Factors in the Adoption of Test-Driven Development

My final TMA4 research presentation for COMP 610 - Select Topics in Software Engineering.

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Design Heuristics for Large Agile Projects

Scaling agile methods up to large projects with multiple teams introduces communication issues. Teams need to co- ordinate their work and avoid introducing conflicting design and code changes. These conflicts are typically caught by a continuous integration mechanism, but ideally they would be prevented in the first place. An agile design and archi- tecture can help reduce the likelihood of conflicts. Creating such architectures and designs is made easier by convenient design heuristics that promote agile designs and architec- tures and help avoid non-agile ones. Design patterns are an- alyzed for their agility using the definition of an agile design, and this analysis is used to derive useful design heuristics for agile designs.

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A Goal Based HCI Design Framework with Goal Virtual Desktop UI to Support Multi-tasking and Interruption Handling and Recovery

Abstract: The interruption of people is a complex process and can negatively affect their performance [11]. Recovering from interruption often has a significant overhead cost, cognitive and manual [2, 4]. People have some natural ability to handle interruptions but need some control and interaction support [11]. If we can reduce the overheads during recovery, we can improve productivity.

There are not many complete solutions for helping people to handle and recover from interruptions. This paper proposes a complete frame work to effectively and efficiently handle interruption in order to minimize the negative effect on human performance of interruption during HCI. The propose framework addresses the issue from both human psychology and system design approaches.

This paper is structured into 5 sections. After an introduction to the research problem, the basic concept of interruption, its mechanism and handling techniques are discussed. The third section is a brief evaluation of two solutions proposed by other researchers followed by the description of the framework proposed by this paper. The fifth section is an evaluation of the proposed frame work followed by the conclusion.

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Improving Model Driven Software Product Line Derivation Framework for Business Domain

Software product line derivation is a process of constructing product families from reusable artifacts like software components with the view that it will save software development time, increase software quality and decrease time to market of the product lines. Currently the activities involved in deriving software product lines not only is time consuming and error prone there is also coupling of business and cross cutting concern feature like authentication, logging, notification which makes it difficult to configure and instantiate product lines. Adopting software product line methodology in data intensive dynamic domain such as banking, insurance, e-commerce is more challenging due to changing and volatile software requirements as well as too many variability to satisfy end user needs. Without methodological approach to separate business and technical concerns of product line derivation at design and runtime the quality of software product lines will be impacted. The purpose of the research to design a conceptual model-driven software product line derivation framework to improve modularity of software product components to increase reusability, improve automation of the derivation process with validation capabilities to reduce errors and to decouple business and technical features to improve software quality, maintenance and evolution of software product lines. The proposed approach will leverage well researched area in software engineering namely model-driven engineering, component-based development, design pattern which promotes reusability and modularity. Existing work on the software product line derivation was reviewed which pave the way to improve the gaps found. It anticipated the proposed framework will serve as foundation to design a tool to manage software product line derivation in business domain.

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A Multimodal Prototype 3D Modeling System for Design Sketchi

Designers have been resistant to use 3D modeling systems for sketching in the early stages of the design process. The drawbacks of current 3D modeling systems consist of input devices that do not behave similarly to traditional sketching tools, interfaces that interrupt the design creativity process, and the difficulty to sketch in a 3D environment using a 2D drawing surface. Many current 3D modeling systems include features to aid designers with the sketching process. However, these features have not previously been used in combination for one complete system. This paper proposes a 3D modeling system that implements multi-touch interfaces, voice command recognition, and haptic technologies for user interaction and will include input devices that behave like their traditional counterparts. The design process will be complemented by the addition of predictive and suggestive line completion based on the recognition of sketching patterns and reconstructive algorithms. The prototype will be tested and observed under laboratory conditions. Analysis of the results of the test will result in enhanced functionality and the recommendations for the addition or removal of features of the prototype.

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Tablets – To Teach or Not to Teach

In this paper, a research plan which will evaluate the capability of the tablet to serve as a learning instrument will be covered. Additionally several measures of institutional and student readiness to proceed along this path will be covered. Review of literature (i.e. course recommended HCI journals) indicates that only two papers which discuss tablets are offered. Part of this limitation is due to the fact that the first successful tablet was only introduced in the marketplace on April 3, 2010. Researchers have had, as a result, a very limited exposure to this new technology. Anecdotal and other evidence suggests that while considerable numbers of tablets have already been sold, this technology is also becoming very popular and commonplace in post-secondary education space.

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Improving Network Security Analysis

Advances in information visualization are required to keep pace with the large amount of data being collected by information systems today. The study of Data Visualization is a relatively mature subject area with much research available on a broad scale. However the study of Network security analysis, and more specifically Network intrusion analysis would benefit from additional research. Also known as Security Visualization, implementing data visualization techniques to network analysis is relatively new. However Data Visualization techniques would provide a high level abstraction of the immense amount of data collected in an enterprise network. Also, since timeliness is a factor when identifying and mitigating security threats, data visualization can allow for the quick analysis of large volumes of network data. This quick analysis simply would not be possible if the raw data had to be mined an analyzed. In order to progress this area of research, a methodology was designed to support research that would identify the best way to visualize network data. This paper summarizes a task analysis methodology for identifying and experience sampling for proposing the best data visualization for Security Visualization.

Added: 2061 days ago by grahamlange

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