Contains 19 contributions addressing an array of new developments and ideas in the field of user interface research. Some of the topics include breaking the copy/paste cycle; finger tracking for the digital desk; stepping into cooperative buildings; applying ecological interface design to experimental apparatus used to monitor a refrigeration plant; exploring visualizations through subspace composition; visual gesture interfaces for virtual environments; user interfaces for lightweight in-line editing of web pages; supporting special-purpose health care models via Web interfaces; and question- driven classification of retrieved documents. Lacks a subject index.A central agent checks for discrepancies (multiple leaders or multiple people in one location), and also provides a list of users and locations ... A user can keep the stickie on his or her desktop as a personal note or can drag the stickie onto the icon of another user (again ... A user who wants to remove an annotation from view can scribble over it; this gesture will be recognized and the note will be deleted.
|Title||:||First Australasian User Interface Conference (AUIC 2000)|
|Author||:||Bruce H. Thomas, IEEE Computer Society, James Warren, Australian National University|
|Publisher||:||IEEE - 2000-02|