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Usability testing for survey research
Geisen E., Bergstrom J., Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., Cambridge, MA, 2017. 250 pp. Type: Book (978-0-128036-56-3)
Understanding user behavior to improve software products is the main purpose of usability testing. Usability testing is an important issue for any interactive application. There are many books on this topic. This book focuses on usabil...
Dec 28 2018
Reliability and usability of an Internet-based computerized cognitive testing battery in community-dwelling older people
Darby D., Fredrickson J., Pietrzak R., Maruff P., Woodward M., Brodtmann A. Computers in Human Behavior 30199-205, 2014. Type: Article
This paper presents a software application and the results from extensive test batteries aimed at evaluating its reliability, accuracy, and stability. The context is cognitive decline in older people and its detection, which is becomin...
Apr 23 2015
Discovering human places of interest from multimodal mobile phone data
Montoliu R., Gatica-Perez D. MUM 2010 (Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia, Limassol, Cyprus, Dec 1-3, 2010) 1-10, 2010. Type: Proceedings
Using mobile phone global positioning systems (GPSs), location data for individuals can be gathered and analyzed for various purposes. Using two-level clustering, Montoliu and Gatica-Perez gather this data for the purpose of investigat...
Apr 28 2011
A survey of usability evaluation in virtual environments: classification and comparison of methods
Bowman D., Gabbard J., Hix D. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 11(4): 404-424, 2002. Type: Article
The focus of this paper is a comparison comparison of two existing approaches to the evaluation of usability of virtual environments (VEs): testbed evaluation and sequential evaluation. Bowman is one of the authors of the testbed evalu...
Jun 2 2003
A robust audio classification and segmentation method
Lu L., Jiang H., Zhang H. Multimedia (Proceedings of the ninth ACM international conference, Ottawa, Canada, 203-211, 2001. Type: Proceedings
The authors present a technique for the classification of audio into speech, music, environment sounds, and silence classes. Such a classification is useful for audio indexing and retrieval, and for video structure extraction....
Jan 29 2003
Application of HyTime hyperlinks and finite coordinate spaces to historical writing, analysis, and presentation
Kimber W., Woods J. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48(7): 603-613, 1997. Type: Article
The study of history is not only the study of the primary sources; it is also the study of the thoughts of historians. There is a need to study webs of relationships built by different historians in a way that is practical, flexible, r...
Jul 1 1998
Intelligent multimedia systems
Kaplan R., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY, 1997. Type: Book (9780471120407)
Kaplan has set himself an ambitious goal. He makes the point that most multimedia applications present multimedia information to the user in severely restricted ways. He argues that artificial intelligence tools could serve to change t...
Dec 1 1997
Business multimedia explained
Keen P., Harvard Business School Press, Boston, MA, 1997. Type: Book (9780875847726)
Three themes knit together Keen’s wide-ranging study of multimedia. The first is the claim that, unlike networks, which just move information, multimedia humanizes it. Multimedia is essentially about making digital informatio...
Oct 1 1997
Grammar-based articulation for multimedia document design
Weitzman L., Wittenburg K. Multimedia Systems 4(3): 99-111, 1996. Type: Article
The authors describe a process for generating multimedia presentations from domain-dependent descriptions of relationships among media objects to be included in a presentation. The process is based on a relational grammar, which associ...
Sep 1 1997
Design for multimedia learning
Boyle T., Prentice-Hall, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1997. Type: Book (9780132422154)
This book joins a large number of textbooks designed for post-secondary courses in multimedia development. It is divided into four parts and an introduction. The prefatory materials are excellent and set the stage for great things to c...
Sep 1 1997
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