Human-Computer Interaction. Novel Interaction Methods and Techniques: 13th International Conference, HCI International 2009, San Diego, CA, USA, July 19-24, 2009, Proceedings, Part II

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This four-volume set LNCS 5610-5613 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2009, held in San Diego, CA, USA in July 2009, jointly with 8 other thematically similar conferences.

The revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the entire field of Human-Computer Interaction, ...

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Overview

This four-volume set LNCS 5610-5613 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2009, held in San Diego, CA, USA in July 2009, jointly with 8 other thematically similar conferences.

The revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the entire field of Human-Computer Interaction, addressing major advances in knowledge and effective use of computers in a variety of application areas.

The papers of this volume are organized in topical sections on multimodal user interfaces, gesture, eyes movement and expression recognition, human-robot interaction, touch and pen-based interaction, brain interfaces, language, voice, sound and communication visualization, images, and pictures.

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Multimodal User Interfaces.- Using Acoustic Landscapes for the Evaluation of Multimodal Mobile Applications.- Modeling and Using Salience in Multimodal Interaction Systems.- Exploring Multimodal Interaction in Collaborative Settings.- Towards a Multidimensional Approach for the Evaluation of Multimodal Application User Interfaces.- Multimodal Shopping Lists.- Value of Using Multimodal Data in HCI Methodologies.- Effective Combination of Haptic, Auditory and Visual Information Feedback in Operation Feeling.- Multi-modal Interface in Multi-Display Environment for Multi-users.- Reliable Evaluation of Multimodal Dialogue Systems.- Evaluation Proposal of a Framework for the Integration of Multimodal Interaction in 3D Worlds.- Building a Practical Multimodal System with a Multimodal Fusion Module.- Modeling Multimodal Interaction for Performance Evaluation.- Usability Evaluation of Multimodal Interfaces: Is the Whole the Sum of Its Parts?.- Gesture, Eyes Movement and Expression Recognition.- An Open Source Framework for Real-Time, Incremental, Static and Dynamic Hand Gesture Learning and Recognition.- Gesture-Controlled User Input to Complete Questionnaires on Wrist-Worn Watches.- UbiGesture: Customizing and Profiling Hand Gestures in Ubiquitous Environment.- The Gestural Input System for Living Room Digital Devices.- Touchless Interaction-Novel Chances and Challenges.- Did I Get It Right: Head Gestures Analysis for Human-Machine Interactions.- Interactive Demonstration of Pointing Gestures for Virtual Trainers.- Anthropometric Facial Emotion Recognition.- Real-Time Face Tracking and Recognition Based on Particle Filtering and AdaBoosting Techniques.- A Real-Time Hand Interaction System for Image Sensor Based Interface.- Gesture-Based Interface for Connection and Control of Multi-device in a Tabletop Display Environment.- Shadow Awareness: Bodily Expression Supporting System with Use of Artificial Shadow.- An Approach to Glove-Based Gesture Recognition.- cfHMI: A Novel Contact-Free Human-Machine Interface.- Fly! Little Me: Localization of Body-Image within Reduced-Self.- New Interaction Concepts by Using the Wii Remote.- Wireless Data Glove for Gesture-Based Robotic Control.- PALMbit-Silhouette: A User Interface by Superimposing Palm-Silhouette to Access Wall Displays.- Potential Limitations of Multi-touch Gesture Vocabulary: Differentiation, Adoption, Fatigue.- Human-Robot Interaction.- A Multimodal Human-Robot-Interaction Scenario: Working Together with an Industrial Robot.- Robotic Home Assistant Care-O-bot® 3 Product Vision and Innovation Platform.- Designing Emotional and Interactive Behaviors for an Entertainment Robot.- Emotions and Messages in Simple Robot Gestures.- Life with a Robot Companion: Video Analysis of 16-Days of Interaction with a Home Robot in a “Ubiquitous Home” Environment.- Impression Evaluation of a Conversational Robot Playing RAKUGO.- Performance Assessment of Swarm Robots.- A Robotic Introducer Agent Based on Adaptive Embodied Entrainment Control.- Robot Helps Teachers for Education of the C Language Beginners.- An Interactive Robot Butler.- Touch and Pen-Based Interaction.- A Study on Fundamental Information Transmission Characteristics of an Air-Jet Driven Tactile Display.- VersaPatch: A Low Cost 2.5D Capacitive Touch Sensor.- From Implicit to Touching Interaction by Identification Technologies: Towards Tagging Context.- VTouch: A Vision-Base Dual Finger Touched Inputs for Large Displays.- Overview of Meta-analyses Investigating Vibrotactile versus Visual Display Options.- Experimental Study about Effect of Thermal Information Presentation to Mouse.- Preliminary Study on Vibrotactile Messaging for Sharing Brief Information.- Orientation Responsive Touch Interaction.- Representation of Velocity Information by Using Tactile Apparent Motion.- Tactile Spatial Cognition by the Palm.- A Study on Effective Tactile Feeling of Control Panels for Electrical Appliances.- Facilitating the Design of Vibration for Handheld Devices.- Interaction Technique for a Pen-Based Interface Using Finger Motions.- A Basic Study of Sensory Characteristics toward Interaction with a Box-Shaped Interface.- TACTUS: A Hardware and Software Testbed for Research in Multi-Touch Interaction.- Low Cost Flexible Wrist Touch UI Solution.- Grasping Interface with Photo Sensor for a Musical Instrument.- Brain Interfaces.- Ensemble SWLDA Classifiers for the P300 Speller.- The I of BCIs: Next Generation Interfaces for Brain–Computer Interface Systems That Adapt to Individual Users.- Mind-Mirror: EEG-Guided Image Evolution.- BEXPLORER: Computer and Communication Control Using EEG.- Continuous Control Paradigms for Direct Brain Interfaces.- Constructive Adaptive User Interfaces Based on Brain Waves.- Development of Symbiotic Brain-Machine Interfaces Using a Neurophysiology Cyberworkstation.- Sensor Modalities for Brain-Computer Interfacing.- A Novel Dry Electrode for Brain-Computer Interface.- Effect of Mental Training on BCI Performance.- The Research on EEG Coherence Around Central Area of Left Hemisphere According to Grab Movement of Right Hand.- Language, Voice, Sound and Communication.- A Speech-Act Oriented Approach for User-Interactive Editing and Regulation Processes Applied in Written and Spoken Technical Texts.- Interacting with a Music Conducting System.- Hierarchical Structure: A Step for Jointly Designing Interactive Software Dialog and Task Model.- Breaking of the Interaction Cycle: Independent Interpretation and Generation for Advanced Dialogue Management.- SimulSort: Multivariate Data Exploration through an Enhanced Sorting Technique.- WeMe: Seamless Active and Passive Liquid Communication.- Study of Feature Values for Subjective Classification of Music.- Development of Speech Input Method for Interactive VoiceWeb Systems.- Non-verbal Communication System Using Pictograms.- Modeling Word Selection in Predictive Text Entry.- Using Pictographic Representation, Syntactic Information and Gestures in Text Entry.- Embodied Sound Media Technology for the Enhancement of the Sound Presence.- Compensate the Speech Recognition Delays for Accurate Speech-Based Cursor Position Control.- Effectiveness of the Text Display in Bilingual Presentation of JSL/JT for Emergency Information.- Visualisation, Images, and Pictures.- Specifying the Representation of Non-geometric Information in 3D Virtual Environments.- Prompter “?” Based Creating Thinking Support Communication System That Allows Hand-Drawing.- A Zoomable User Interface for Presenting Hierarchical Diagrams on Large Screens.- Phorigami: A Photo Browser Based on Meta-categorization and Origami Visualization.- Sphere Anchored Map: A Visualization Technique for Bipartite Graphs in 3D.- Motion Stroke-A Tablet-Based Interface for Motion Design Tool Using Drawing.- Tooling the Dynamic Behavior Models of Graphical DSLs.- Pattern Recognition Strategies for Interactive Sketch Composition.- Specification of a Drawing Facility for Diagram Editors.- A Basic Study on a Drawing-Learning Support System in the Networked Environment.- Benefit and Evaluation of Interactive 3D Process Data Visualization for the Presentation of Complex Problems.- Modeling the Difficulty for Centering Rectangles in One and Two Dimensions.- Composing Visual Syntax for Domain Specific Languages.- The Effectiveness of Interactivity in Computer-Based Instructional Diagrams.

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