CHI 2009 Sub Committees Proposed

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This subcommittee will focus on papers which consider aspects of interaction which extend beyond a single user. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which consider aspects of interaction which extend beyond a single user. These contributions will be judged in part by their extension of knowledge about large and small groups of people's interaction with technology and with each other through technology and/or by their innovation in creating new systems or techniques to support these interactions.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution to the design of interactive and other systems through example designs which illustrate reusable principles, as well as new knowledge, methods, and approaches that advance activities of design. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution to the design of interactive and other systems through example designs which illustrate reusable, user-centered principles, as well as new knowledge, methods, and approaches that advance activities of design. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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User-Centered Design / Human-Centered Design
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Software architecture and engineering
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!!Specific Application Areas
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!!Interaction using new Capabilities or Modalities
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!!Interaction using Specific Capabilities or Modalities
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!!! Subcommittees (Second Draft of First Cut)
These each now have a title (updated in some cases), short prose description
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!!! Subcommittees

!!Improving Usability
This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge
, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable by people. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.[[<<]]
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'''Comments on status''': this keeps the same division as Scott's first email. At this point all keywords that had 1 or more papers select them as their primary keyword in 2008 are placed under some subcommittee. Some of those are clearly not fitting well.[[<<]]

!!Improving Usability
This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable by people. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.[[<<]]
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering 12.8% of papers submitted in 2008):
User Studies (25% split)
User-Centered Design / Human- (75% split)
User Interface Design (75% split)
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering ~12.8% of papers submitted in 2008):
User Studies
User-Centered Design / Human-
User Interface Design
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Analysis Methods (e.g. Task/In... (75% split)
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Analysis Methods (e.g. Task/In...
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Universal (or Disability) Access (50% split)
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Universal (or Disability) Access
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Virtual Community / Community (?)
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Virtual Community / Community
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Video Content / Communications (50% split)
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Video Content / Communications
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Business Strategy (?)
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Video Content and Communications (50% split)
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Video Content and Communications
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering 12.3% of papers submitted in 2008):
User-Centered Design / Human- (25% split)
User Interface Design (25% split)
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering ~12.3% of papers submitted in 2008):
User-Centered Design / Human-
User Interface Design
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Ethnography (50% split)
Empirical Methods, Qualitative (25% split)
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Ethnography
Empirical Methods, Qualitative
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Universal (or Disability) Access (25% split)
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Universal (or Disability) Access
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering 12.1% of papers submitted in 2008):
Visualization (?)
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering ~12.1% of papers submitted in 2008):
Visualization
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3D Interaction (50% split)
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3D Interaction
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Animation (50% split)
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Animation
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User Studies (75% split)
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User Studies
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Ethnography (50% split)
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Ethnography
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Analysis Methods (e.g., Task/In
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Social and Legal Issues (?)
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Social and Legal Issues
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Product Management (?)
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Product Management
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering 9.8% of papers submitted in 2008):
Input and Interaction Technology (25% split)
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering ~9.8% of papers submitted in 2008):
Input and Interaction Technology
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Animation
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering 9.4% of papers submitted in 2008):
Input and Interaction Technology (75% split)
Universal (or Disability) Access (25% split)
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Keywords from the CHI 2008 keyword set (covering ~9.4% of papers submitted in 2008):
Input and Interaction Technology
Universal (or Disability) Access
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3D Interaction (50% split)
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3D Interaction
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Robots (?)
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These each now have a title (updated in some cases), short prose desciption, and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword set). As before (but reworded some) with each subcommittee I've placed the % coverage of papers from 2008 and in places where keywords appear under more than one subcommittee the % apportioned to each is listed.
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These each now have a title (updated in some cases), short prose description, and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword set). As before (but reworded some) with each subcommittee I've placed the % coverage of papers from 2008 and in places where keywords appear under more than one subcommittee the % apportioned to each is listed.
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing enhancements to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desirability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing enhancements to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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World Wide Web and Hypemedia
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World Wide Web and Hypermedia
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and there applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.[[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable by people. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.[[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which contribute new understanding, measures, or models of people and/or context which can be applied to address HCI problems. These contributions will be judged in part by their extension or our basic understanding and the practical impact this may have on HCI practice and research. [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which contribute improved understanding, measures, or models of people and/or context which can be applied to address HCI problems. These contributions will be judged in part by their extension of our basic understanding and the practical impact this may have on HCI practice and research. [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on contributions in the form of new input or interaction techniques or devices. These contributions will be judged in part based on their novelty or on a demonstrated improvement in an existing interaction type of interest to the HCI community.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on contributions in the form of new input or interaction techniques, or devices. These contributions will be judged in part based on their novelty or on a demonstrated improvement in an existing interaction type of interest to the HCI community.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on contributions which take interaction and technology into new contexts and environments and which expands HCI techniques in ways that make them most appropriate there.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on contributions which take interaction and technology into new contexts and environments or which expand HCI techniques in ways that make them more appropriate there.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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!!! Sub-Committees (Second Draft of First Cut)
These each now have a title (updated in some cases), short prose desciption, and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword set). As before (but reworded some) with each sub-committee I've placed the % coverage of papers from 2008 and in places where keywords appear under more than one sub-committee the % apportioned to each is listed.
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!!! Subcommittees (Second Draft of First Cut)
These each now have a title (updated in some cases), short prose desciption, and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword set). As before (but reworded some) with each subcommittee I've placed the % coverage of papers from 2008 and in places where keywords appear under more than one subcommittee the % apportioned to each is listed.
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'''Comments on status''': this keeps the same division as Scott's first email. At this point all keywords that had 1 or more papers select them as their primary keyword in 2008 are placed under some sub-committee. Some of those are clearly not fitting well.[[<<]]
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'''Comments on status''': this keeps the same division as Scott's first email. At this point all keywords that had 1 or more papers select them as their primary keyword in 2008 are placed under some subcommittee. Some of those are clearly not fitting well.[[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and there applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.[[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and there applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.[[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing enhancements to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing enhancements to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which consider aspects of interaction which extend beyond a single user. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which consider aspects of interaction which extend beyond a single user. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution to the design of interactive and other systems through example designs which illustrate reusable principles, as well as new knowledge, methods, and approaches that advance activities of design. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which make a contribution to the design of interactive and other systems through example designs which illustrate reusable principles, as well as new knowledge, methods, and approaches that advance activities of design. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on advances in interaction which are enabled by technologies, modalities, or capabilities which have not been fully exploited in traditional approaches to interaction. These contributions will be judged in part by their novelty and their ability to extend user capabilities in powerful new ways, or to new contexts.
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This subcommittee will focus on advances in interaction which are enabled by technologies, modalities, or capabilities which have not been fully exploited in traditional approaches to interaction. These contributions will be judged in part by their novelty and their ability to extend user capabilities in powerful new ways, or to new contexts.
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This subcommittee will focus on papers which contribute new understanding, measures, or models of people and/or context which can be applied to address HCI problems. These contributions will be judged in part by their extension or our basic understanding and the practical impact this may have on HCI practice and research. [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on contributions which enable others to create better applications, systems, and designs. These contributions will be judged in part by their ability to extend the range of what can be created or make creation of existing artifact types substantially easier or accessible to more people. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on contributions which enable others to create better applications, systems, and designs. These contributions will be judged in part by their ability to extend the range of what can be created or make creation of existing artifact types substantially easier or accessible to more people. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on contributions in the form of new input or interaction techniques or devices. These contributions will be judged in part based on their novelty or on a demonstrated improvement in an existing interaction type of interest to the HCI community.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on contributions in the form of new input or interaction techniques or devices. These contributions will be judged in part based on their novelty or on a demonstrated improvement in an existing interaction type of interest to the HCI community.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on contributions which take interaction and technology into new contexts and environments and which expands HCI techniques in ways that make them most appropriate there.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This subcommittee will focus on contributions which take interaction and technology into new contexts and environments and which expands HCI techniques in ways that make them most appropriate there.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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!!Interaction in new Contexts
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!!Interaction in New Contexts
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This sub-committee will focus on contributions in the form of new input or interaction techniques or devices. These contributions will be judged in part based on their novelty or on a demonstrated improvement in an existing interaction type of interest to the HCI community.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on contributions which enable others to create better applications, systems, and designs. These contributions will be judged in part by their ability to extend the range of what can be created or make creation of existing artifact types substantially easier or accessible to more people. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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!!Interaction in new Contexts
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution to the design of interactive and other systems through example designs which illustrate reusable principles, as well as new knowledge, methods, and approaches that advance activities of design. [[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on advances in interaction which are enabled by technologies, modalities, or capabilities which have not been fully exploited in traditional approaches to interaction. These contributions will be judged in part by their novelty and their ability to extend user capabilities in powerful new ways, or to new contexts.
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!!! Sub-Committees (First Cut)
Below is a tentative first cut at sub-committees. For now these are each constructed with a title and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword
set). A short prose description will be added, and we will decide a little further down the road whether the title and prose stays and/or whether we continue to use the existing keyword set. With each sub-committee I've placed the % coverage of papers from 2008 and in places where keywords appear under more than one sub-committee the % apportioned to each is listed. Titles are highly tentative at this point.
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!!! Sub-Committees (Second Draft of First Cut)
These each now have a title (updated in some cases), short prose desciption, and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword
set). As before (but reworded some) with each sub-committee I've placed the % coverage of papers from 2008 and in places where keywords appear under more than one sub-committee the % apportioned to each is listed.
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'''Comments on status''': this is currently a direct copy of Scott's first email. At this point all keywords that had 1 or more papers select them as their primary keyword in 2008 are placed under some sub-committee. Some of those are clearly not fitting well. [[<<]]
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'''Comments on status''': this keeps the same division as Scott's first email. At this point all keywords that had 1 or more papers select them as their primary keyword in 2008 are placed under some sub-committee. Some of those are clearly not fitting well.[[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing new capabilities to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing enhancements to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and there applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and there applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.[[<<]]
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing new capabilities to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing new capabilities to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.[[<<]] [[<<]]
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!!Interaction Beyond the Individual
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!!Design (12.3% of papers)
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!!Design
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!!Interaction using new Capabilities or Modalities (12.1% of papers)
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!!Interaction using new Capabilities or Modalities
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which contribute new understanding, measures, or models of people and/or context which can be applied to address HCI problems. These contributions will be judged in part by their extension or our basic understanding and the practical impact this may have on HCI practice and research.
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which contribute new understanding, measures, or models of people and/or context which can be applied to address HCI problems. These contributions will be judged in part by their extension or our basic understanding and the practical impact this may have on HCI practice and research. [[<<]]
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!!Technology, Systems, Tools, and Infrastructure (9.8% of papers)
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!!Technology, Systems, Tools, and Infrastructure
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!!Interaction Techniques and Devices (9.4% of papers)
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!!Interaction Techniques and Devices
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!!Interaction in new Context (Pervasive) (8.8% of papers)
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!!Interaction in new Context (Pervasive)
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!!Behavioral Study and Theory (9.9%)
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!!Behavioral Study and Theory Outside Usability (9.9%)
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!!Behavioral Study and Theory (9.9%)
This sub-committee will focus on papers which contribute new understanding, measures, or models of people and/or context which can be applied to address HCI problems. These contributions will be judged in part by their extension or our basic understanding and the practical impact this may have on HCI practice and research.
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!!Usability (12.8% of papers)
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!!Improving Usability
This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the knowledge, approaches, and methods used to make technology more usable. These contributions will be judged in part by their reusability and there applicability across a range of application domains and/or communities.
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing new capabilities to particular user communities of interest.
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This sub-committee will focus on papers which make a contribution by extending the usability, desireability, usefulness, or other properties of applications in domains of interest to the HCI community, or by bringing new capabilities to particular user communities of interest. These contributions will be judged in part on their impact on the application and/or community they address.
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!!Applications (12.6% of papers)
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!!Enhancing Application Areas
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!!! Sub-Committee (First Cut)
Below is a tentative first cut at sub-committees. For now these are each constructed with a title and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword set). A short prose description will be added, and we will decide a little further down the road whether the title and prose stays and/or whether we continue to use the existing keyword set.
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!!! Sub-Committees (First Cut)
Below is a tentative first cut at sub-committees. For now these are each constructed with a title and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword set). A short prose description will be added, and we will decide a little further down the road whether the title and prose stays and/or whether we continue to use the existing keyword set. With each sub-committee I've placed the % coverage of papers from 2008 and in places where keywords appear under more than one sub-committee the % apportioned to each is listed. Titles are highly tentative at this point.
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'''Comments on status''': this is currently a direct copy of Scott's first email. At this point all keywords that had 1 or more papers select them as their primary keyword in 2008 are placed under some sub-committee. Some of those are clearly not fitting well.
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!!Usability (12.8% of papers)
User Studies (25% split)
User-Centered Design / Human- (75% split)
User Interface Design (75% split)
Usability Research
Usability Testing and Evaluation
Analysis Methods (e.g. Task/In... (75% split)
Process Improvement (?)

!!Applications (12.6% of papers)
E-Learning and Education
Home
Universal (or Disability) Access (50% split)
Database Access / Information
Virtual Community / Community (?)
Office and Workplace
Elderly
Creativity Support Tools
Sustainability
Video Content / Communications (50% split)
Children
E-Commerce
Business Strategy (?)


!!CSCW (12.3% of papers)
Computer Supported Cooperative Work
Social Computing and Social Na
Computer-Mediated Communications
World Wide Web and Hypemedia
Video Content and Communications (50% split)
Organization Culture / Organ

!!Design (12.3% of papers)
User-Centered Design / Human- (25% split)
User Interface Design (25% split)
User Experience Design
Ethnography (50% split)
Empirical Methods, Qualitative (25% split)
Emotion and Affective User Int
Design Methods (Design Rationa
Universal (or Disability) Access (25% split)
Interaction Design
Multidisciplinary Design / Int
Information Architecture
Design Planning
Participatory Design / Coopera
Concept Design
Product Design
Service Design
Visual System Design / Visual
Visual Design
Industrial Design

!!Interaction using new Capabilities or Modalities (12.1% of papers)
Visualization (?)
Perception and Vision-base UIs
Multimedia UIs
Tangible UIs
Speech I/O
3D Interaction (50% split)
Multi-modal interfaces
Augmented Reality and Tangible
Augmented Reality
Virtual Reality
Auditory I/O and Sound
Animation (50% split)

!!Behavioral Study and Theory Outside Usability (9.9%)
User Studies (75% split)
Empirical Methods, Quantitative
Ethnography (50% split)
Empirical Methods, Qualitative (75% split)
User and Cognitive Models
Analysis Methods (e.g., Task/In (25% split)
Performance Metrics
Social and Legal Issues (?)
Video Analysis
Marketing / Market Research
Product Management (?)

!!Technology, Systems, Tools, and Infrastructure (9.8% of papers)
Input and Interaction Technology (25% split)
Security
Agents and Intelligent Systems
Development Tools / Toolkits
Prototyping
End-user Programming
Privacy
Software Architecture and Engi
Internationalization and Localization
Animation (50% split)

!!Interaction Techniques and Devices (9.4% of papers)
Input and Interaction Technology (75% split)
Universal (or Disability) Access (25% split)
Pen-based UIs
Tactile & Haptic UIs
3D Interaction (50% split)
Pen and Tactile Input

!!Interaction in new Context (Pervasive) (8.8% of papers)
Handheld Devices and Mobile Computing
Ubiquitous Computing / Smart Environments
Context-Aware Computing
Robots (?)
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!!! Sub-Committee (First Cut)
Below is a tentative first
cut at sub-committees. For now these are each constructed with a title and list of keywords (from the 2008 keyword set). A short prose description will be added, and we will decide a little further down the road whether the title and prose stays and/or whether we continue to use the existing keyword set.
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