Videos with tag interaction
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COMP 648: TMA 4: PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF MASS MARKET VR: MINIMIZING NEGATIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS

PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF MASS MARKET VR: MINIMIZING NEGATIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS

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COMP 648: TMA 1

Human–Computer Interaction. Volume 30, Issue 6, 2015. Faceless Interaction—A Conceptual Examination of the Notion of Interface: Past, Present, and Future.[Online]. Available: http://0-www.tandfonline.com.aupac.lib.athabascau.ca/doi/abs/10.1080/07370024.2014.944313

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Emergency Management with Human-Computer Interaction: Crowdsourcing

In contrast to how emergency management is often understood from just monitoring on-line activity, crowdsourcing allows the change to focus where mass emergency response by the public can be powerful, self-organizing and collective intelligent power. Crowdsourcing in an emergency situation has provided us some idea on how public can contribute towards emergency relief efforts. The research problem is trying to find an answer to: How can publicly-available peer-generated information be deemed to be trustworthy, secure and accurate, so that it can be combined with official information sources for optimal, local decision-making by members of the public during wide emergency situations? This paper analyzes the crowdsourcing socio-technical tools design to better understand how accessibility and ease of use affect the quality, trustworthiness and integrity of the system and information. Additionally, empirical study results display different emergency services volunteers perception, needs and concerns in regards to emergency management design challenges.

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Secured Architecture Strategy for Fighting Against Bots

S. A. Kouchay, A. Aljumah, Y. Ahmad. Secured Architecture Strategy for Fighting Against Bots. Computer Science & Telecommunications, Vol. 40 Issue 4, pp. 16-23, 2013. Available: http://0-eds.a.ebscohost.com.aupac.lib.athabascau.ca/eds/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=e95f41e2-2814-4b08-8716-10884477a66c%40sessionmgr4002&vid=3&hid=4102 [September 8, 2014].

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Using User Interface Toolkits to Improve Human Computer Interaction in Medical Diagnostics

User interface toolkits are software aids used by developers to add to interface design. The libraries, connecting application programming interfaces (APIs) or even analysis tools allow developers to improve the human computer interaction (HCI) process in less development and resource time than they would if they were to design the interface from scratch.

In this video, we examine effectiveness of toolkits in collecting and analyzing patient data for various medical diagnostic objectives versus traditional development and the challenges and limitations with these toolkits. We evaluate a medical health analysis diagnostic service (MHADS) as an example of a user interface toolkit that would address some of these challenges and limitations. Using toolkits such as a statistical analysis tools and an integrated development environment (IDE) that includes web language libraries, the MHADS software demonstrates that user interface toolkits do indeed improve human computer interaction in medical diagnostics by reducing data collection, analysis and development time.

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User Engagement and Conversational Agents

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One of the goals of a conversational agent is to offer an engaging user interface by providing an illusion of intelligent presence. Engagement-aware systems require both the ability to detect the level of user attention, and strategies or behaviours to maintain engagement. When the interface is conversational in nature, performance of the agent is often an important factor in selecting the best strategy, particularly if the intention is to maintain the illusion of conversing with an intelligent entity.

Evaluation of engagement in conversational agents is typically based on methods for detecting non-verbal communication, such as eye gaze, which are often obtrusive.

The proposed alternative is to take advantage of the conversational record to understand how the agent is performing. A method for analyzing the conversational record is described. A pilot study was carried out performing an initial partial analysis of existing logs and compared to user reported levels of engagement.

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Examining Usability Guidelines for Mobile Learning Portals

Ten usability guidelines were created to help design highly effective, easy to use, satisfactory, and quality mobile learning portals for hand held devices. These guidelines need to be tested in order to prove their validity and reliability, so that the evidence makes them accepted as appropriate for instructional design strategies and mobile curriculum development. One approach is to do self-reporting field tests with prototypes adhering to the ten usability guidelines. Participants are given a pre-test questionnaire to determine what they think and feel about mobile learning portals. Then, they are given a week to use the prototype with a range of tasks. By self-reporting their experiences along the same questions they did in the pre-test, they are well prepared to remember and answer a post-test questionnaire afterwards. The purpose is to build up concrete empirical evidence to support or to refute the assumptions presented by these ten usability guidelines.

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Skinput: Appropriating the Body as an Input Surface

C. Harrison, D. Tan and D. Morris. “Skinput: appropriating the body as an input surface.” In Proc. International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2010, pp. 453-462. Available: http://0-delivery.acm.org.aupac.lib.athabascau.ca/10.1145/1760000/1753394/p453-harrison.pdf?ip=131.232.13.6&acc=ACTIVE%20SERVICE&CFID=77096969&CFTOKEN=28182964&__acm__=1326244370_4399d237ff6c96444800d2dc4dc15b4e [Jan. 10, 2012].

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