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International journal honors Ben Shneiderman with special issue


The International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction is honoring ISR-affiliated Professor Ben Shneiderman (CS) by dedicating a special issue in honor of Shneiderman's 60th birthday. "Reflections on Human-Computer Interaction" features articles by Shneiderman's colleagues and former students, as well as others in the field of human-computer interaction. For a limited time the content of the journal is accessable free of charge.

Articles include:

In Honor of Ben Shneiderman's 60th Birthday: Reflections on Human-Computer Interaction by Catherine Plaisant and Chris North

20 Years of Four HCI Conferences: A Visual Exploration by Nathalie Henry, Howard Goodell, Niklas Elmqvist, and Jean-Daniel Fekete

Exploratory Data Analysis With Categorical Variables: An Improved Rank-by-Feature Framework and a Case Study by Jinwook Seo and Heather Gordish-Dressman

Capture, Annotate, Browse, Find, Share: Novel Interfaces for Personal Photo Management by Hyunmo Kang, Benjamin B. Bederson and Bongwon Suh

HCI and Societal Issues: A Framework for Engagement by Harry Hochheiser and Jonathan Lazar

February 1, 2008


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