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  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 becoming an increas...

Apr 23 2015
  Quality of experience: advanced concepts, applications and methods
Möller S., Raake A.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2014. 350 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319026-80-0)

How do you measure an experience, or its quality, if you can’t define what “quality” and “experience” mean? Like many engineering professionals, I substitute quantity for quality and measure attributes such as bandwid...

Jun 9 2014
  Using eye-tracking to test and improve website design
Prisacari A., Holme T.  DUXU 2013 (Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Design, User Experience, and Usability, Las Vegas, NV,  Jul 21-26, 2013) 389-398, 2013. Type: Proceedings

This paper describes a study on the usability of an academic website, http://www.explainingclimatechange.ca, and starts with a discussion of the literature on usability and eye-tracking, appropriately noting that a challenge for academic websites ...

Dec 9 2013
  Evaluating 2D and 3D visualizations of spatiotemporal information
Kjellin A., Pettersson L., Seipel S., Lind M.  ACM Transactions on Applied Perception 7(3): 1-23, 2010. Type: Article

Kjellin et al. examine how several test subjects interpret and predict the eventual outcomes of three visualization experiments. They created 2D and 3D maps of a fictitious landscape, using tracks to show the progress of vehicles. The object was t...

Sep 15 2011
  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 investigating individu...

Apr 28 2011
  Feasibility study of tactile-based authentication
Kuber R., Yu W.  International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 68(3): 158-181, 2010. Type: Article

Remembering large numbers of passwords is a nightmare in today’s high-tech world. Keeping computer login details private and memorable is a huge challenge, with many people opting for simple words and reusing passwords across multiple system...

Oct 6 2010
  Analyzing e-governance mainstays on municipalities Websites
Rodriguez R., Giulianelli D., Vera P., Marko I., Trigueros A., Larrosa M.  CommunicabilityMS 2008 (Proceeding of the 1st ACM International Workshop on Communicability Design and Evaluation in Cultural and Ecological Multimedia System, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,  Oct 31, 2008) 31-38, 2008. Type: Proceedings

This paper evaluates local government Web sites--30 municipalities that constitute the Bueno Aires Urban Cone--with regard to the adoption of information and communication technologies (ICT) tools. This evaluation looks at various aspect...

Jan 15 2009
  An approach to usability evaluation of e-learning applications
Ardito C., Costabile F., De Marsico M., Lanzilotti R., Levialdi S., Roselli T., Rossano V.  Universal Access in the Information Society 4(3): 270-283, 2006. Type: Article

Distance and electronic learning applications (DELAs) are continuing to usher in mixed blessings of cost-benefit tradeoffs. Nowadays, students, faculty members, and academic institutions are collaborating in teaching, learning, and completing degr...

Jan 22 2008
  Multimedia encryption and watermarking
Furht B., Muharemagic E., Socek D.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2005. 325 pp. Type: Book (9780387244259)

If you need a detailed snapshot of the current state of the art in multimedia security and rights management, this book is probably your best source. If you are designing hardware or software to address multimedia security or rights management iss...

Feb 28 2007
  Identifying usability and fun problems in a computer game during first use and after some practice
Barendregt W., Bekker M., Bouwhuis D., Baauw E.  International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 64(9): 830-846, 2006. Type: Article

This paper describes experiments designed to explore the results obtained from user tests of computer games; the tests sought to identify problems in using the games. The experiments tested adventure-type computer games for young children. The sub...

Nov 17 2006
 
 
 
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