HICSS 39 Symposium

Agenda - Jan. 4, 2006


9:00 - 10:15 Introductions, Keynote Speaker, Discussion

10:15- 10:45 Break

10:45 - 12:00 Session 1 - Know thy user
Code scanning patterns in program comprehension, Christoph Aschwanden

A Symbiotic Human-Machine Model for Tracking User Micro-Attributes, Diane Nahl Human-computer interaction factors critical in effective design of a model for computer -mediated science-mathematics instruction, Patricia Donohue Data models for end user system information design and querying, Laurel King, Martha Crobsy Video -based training: A preliminary study of user interface compatibility, Peter Schmidt, Brent Auernheimer, Rita Vick 12:00 - 1:00 Group Lunch

1:00 - 2:15 Session 2 Novel applications and interactions
Small vocabulary communication and control using surface electromyography in an acoustically noisy environment, Bradley Betts and Charles Jorgensen

Human agent collaboration, Luz Quiroga Sub-auditory speech recognition, Kim Binstead, Charles Jorgensen What is needed for a good summary, Qunhua Zhao

Supporting adjustable autonomy in agent systems, Nancy Reed 2:15 - 2:45 Break

2:45 - 4:00 Session 3: Evaluation and Safety
Evaluation metrics for living environments defined by mutual symbiotic human-machine relationships, Rita Vick, Brent Auernheimer, David Burger Metrics and methodologies for evaluating intelligent technologies, Emile Morse, Michelle Steves, Jean Scholtz Neo-symbiosis: A conceptual tool for system design, Douglas Griffith Protecting with Sensor Network: Attention and Response, Jeffery Nickerson, Stephan Olariu

Adding the 4th r: A system's approach to solving the hacker's arms race, Barbara Endicott-Poposvky, Deb Frincke 4:00 - 4:30 Discussion