Papers Related to This Project

Models and Abstractions for Next-Generation User Interface Software

V. Tanriverdi and R.J.K. Jacob, “Interacting with Eye Movements in Virtual Environments,” Proc. ACM CHI 2000 Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference, pp. 265-272, Addison-Wesley/ACM Press (2000). [link] [alternate link]

L.E. Sibert and R.J.K. Jacob, “Evaluation of Eye Gaze Interaction,” Proc. ACM CHI 2000 Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference, pp. 281-288, Addison-Wesley/ACM Press (2000). [link] [alternate link]

R.J.K. Jacob, L. Deligiannidis, and S. Morrison, “A Software Model and Specification Language for Non-WIMP User Interfaces,” ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 1-46 (March 1999). [link] [alternate link]

L. Deligiannidis, “DLoVe: A Specification Paradigm for Designing Distributed VR Applications for Single or Multiple Users,” Doctoral dissertation, Tufts University (2000) ISBN 0-599-59226-5, University Microfilms Inc. Order No. 9955979. [link]

S.A. Morrison, “A Specification Paradigm for Design and Implementation of non-WIMP Human-Computer Interactions,” Doctoral dissertation, Tufts University (1998) ISBN 0-591-81454-4, University Microfilms Inc. Order No. 9828881.

S.A. Morrison and R.J.K. Jacob, “A Specification Paradigm for Design and Implementation of Non-WIMP User Interfaces,” ACM CHI’98 Human Factors in Computing Systems Conference, pp. 357-358, Addison-Wesley/ACM Press, Poster paper (1998). [link] [alternate link]

R.J.K. Jacob and J.G. Schmolze, “A Human-Computer Interaction Framework for Media-Independent Knowledge,” AAAI Workshop on Representations for Multi-Modal Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 26-30, Position paper, Technical Report WS-98-09, AAAI Press, Menlo Park, Calif. (1998). [link]

R.J.K. Jacob, “A Visual Language for Non-WIMP User Interfaces,” Proc. IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages, pp. 231-238, IEEE Computer Society Press (1996). [link]

R.J.K. Jacob, “User Interface,” in Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Fourth Edition, ed. by A. Ralston, E.D. Reilly, and D. Hemmendinger, pp. 1821-1826, Nature Publishing Group, London (2000). [link]

R.J.K. Jacob, “Input Devices and Techniques,” in The Computer Science and Engineering Handbook, ed. by A.B. Tucker, pp. 1494-1511, CRC Press (1996). [link]

R.J.K. Jacob, “Human-Computer Interaction: Input Devices,” ACM Computing Surveys, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 177-179 (March 1996). [link] [alternate link]

R.J.K. Jacob, “The Future of Input Devices,” ACM Computing Surveys, vol. 28A (Annex) (December 1996) (ACM electronic publication incorporated into December 1996 issue of ACM Computing Surveys at www.acm.org). [link] [alternate link]

R.J.K. Jacob (Ed.), “Interactive Systems Grantees Workshop Proceedings,” , Tufts University/National Science Foundation (Nov. 10, 1995). [link]

This work was also reported in:

A. Joch, “What Pupils Teach Computers,” Byte, pp. 99-100 (July 1996).

P. Doyle, “Computers as Humans,” Graduating Engineer, pp. 40-43 (April 1997).

V. Spedding, “Eyes to Control PC Operations,” Scientific Computing World, p. 11 (October 1996).

C. Joslin, “Move Eyes to Command Computer,” Inside R and D, vol. 25, no. 29, p. 2, Technical Insights, Inc., Fort Lee, N.J. (July 17, 1996).

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