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This paper describes the work in progress of the TREE project. TREE is a European-funded language engineering project addressing the issue of advertising and accessing employm...
Sutcliffe, A. G., Assche, F. V., & Benyon, D. (1995). Domain knowledge for interactive system design. In Domain Knowledge for Interactive Systems
This book describes how domain knowledge can be used in the design of interactive systems. It includes discussion of the theories and models of domain, generic domain architec...
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Recent developments in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) and Distributed Artificial Intelligence (DAI) share a common problem: commu...
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Interface metaphors are introduced as a technique to facilitate the learning of systems. To better understand this process, metaphors are discussed in terms of their role in t...
Imaz, M. & Benyon, D. (1995). Cognition in the workplace: integrating experientialism with activity theory. In Canas, P. & Warren, C. (Eds.). Proceedings of ECCE8, the Eighth European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics
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Working within the EU funded COMPANIONS program, we report recent work with a Wizard of Oz (WoZ) dialogue collection system.
COMPANION systems require complex models of dialog...
Turner, P., Turner, S., Carroll, F., Benyon, D., McCall, R. & Smyth, M. (2002). Place and placelessness in virtual environments. In Proc. 6th Annual International Workshop on Presence
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Benyon, D. & Mival, O. (2007). Scenarios for Companions. In Austrian Artificial Intelligence Workshop, Vienna, September 2008, 1-38
This paper is concerned with understanding the needs ofCompanion owners (the people formerly known as ‘users’) and in how thoserequirements can be represented, with the whole ...
Burrows, L., Turner, S. & Turner, P. (2009). Re-creating Edinburgh: adopting the tourist gaze. In Neerincx, M. & Brinkman, W. (Eds.). Proceedings of ECCE 2010
Motivation – The work described in this paper investigated the potential of a low fidelity desktop application using the metaphor of the ‘tourist gaze’ in conveying a sense of...
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Benyon, D. & Mival, O. (2006). Introducing the Companions project: intelligent, persistent, personalised interfaces to the internet. In Proceedings of the 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference HCI 07, 193-194. ISBN 978-1-902505-95-4
The Companions project is a 4 year, EU funded Framework
Programme 6 project involving a consortium of 16 partners
across 8 countries. Its aim is to develop a personalised