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The role of models in design


The role of models in interactive systems design.

1997 A. M. Dearden & M. D. Harrison. Abstract Models for HCI. Int. J. Human Computer Studies 46(1), pp 151 - 177.

1997 B. Fields & N. A. Merriam &  A. M. Dearden.   DMVIS: Design, Modelling and Validation of Interactive Systems. To appear in Proceedings of the 4th Eurographics Workshop on Design, Specification and Verification of Interactive Systems. M.D. Harrison & J-C Torres (eds.). Springer, Berlin.

2000 DEARDEN, A. M., HARRISON, M. D., and WRIGHT P. C. Allocation of Function: scenarios, context and the economics of effort. International Journal of Human Computer Studies 52(2), pp. 289 - 318.

2000 WRIGHT, P., DEARDEN, A. & FIELDS, B.. Function allocation: a perspective from studies of work practice.
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 52(2), pp. 335 - 355.

2001 DEARDEN, A., IDA-S: A Conceptual Framework for Partial Automation. In, Blandford, A.; Vanderdonckt, J.; Gray, P., (Eds.): People and Computers XV - Interaction without Frontiers Proceedings of IHM-HCI 2001. Springer.

2001 DEARDEN, A., A Systematic Treatment of Supervision for use in Function Allocation. In Borys, B & Johannsen, G (Eds.) Proceedings of the 8th IFAC Symposium on Analysis, Design and Evaluation of Human-Machine Systems. IFAC: Kassel, Germany.


Techniques for understanding work and users in interactive systems design

1997 A. M. Dearden & P. C. Wright Experiences using situated and non-situated techniques for studying work in context. In Human-Computer Interaction. Interact ‘97. S. Howard, J. Hammond & G Lindgaard (eds.), pp 429 - 436. Chapman & Hall, London.

Important differences between two apparently similar work contexts

1997 J.C. McCarthy, P.C. Wright,  P.G.T. Healey, A.M. Dearden & M.D. Harrison.  Locating the scene: the particular and the general in ambulance control. Accepted for the ACM Group’97  conference.