What's Hot in Human Computer Interaction? Highlights 2019
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We would like to present to you a selection of Springer's latest new and highly influential publications in the field of human computer interaction. What are the hottest topics and what have your peers been reading? Find them all in this page! We invite you to contact our editors with your next book and article idea(s)!
Exploring human aspects in machine learning based on algorithms, human cognitive responses, human evaluation, domain knowledge and real-world applications. The first dedicated source of the state-of-the-art advances in theories, techniques and applications of trustworthy and transparent machine learning.
Read a FREE chapter: "Do I Trust a Machine? Differences in User Trust Based on System Performance"
Personas are a user-centered design methodology that covers topics from interaction design within IT, through to issues surrounding product design, communication, and marketing. Includes guidelines and templates to write personas and scenarios as well as numerous cases and material from industrial projects.
Read a FREE chapter: "Introduction: Stories About Users"
How should we understand and design for fun as a User Experience? This new edition of a classic book is for students, designers and researchers who want to deepen their understanding of fun in the context of HCI.
Read a FREE chapter: "The Thing and I: Understanding the Relationship Between User and Product"
Offers an original interdisciplinary overview of how haptic feedback in digital musical interfaces leads to enhanced performance and expressivity, and improved user experience.
Explores a breadth of HCI perspectives and methodologies: from universal approaches to situated research within particular cultural and aesthetic contexts. Likewise, it is musically diverse and
covers a broad range of different musical genres, from experimental to popular and from classical to folk.
Read a FREE chapter: "Understanding Music Interaction, and Why It Matters"
Popular articles from a selection of human-computer interaction journals, published open access. Enjoy reading!
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Included in Thomson Reuters' Book Citation Index, The DBLP Computer Science Bibliography an The HCI Bibliography.
The Springer flagship series in human-computer interaction with top HCI researchers published.
More than one million downloads, attesting the need for valuable research available from this series.
Accepted for Scopus indexing
Presents the current research and knowledge of a broad range of topics including creativity support systems, digital communities, the interactive arts, cultural heritage, digital museums and intercultural collaboration.
More than 300,000 downloads to date.
Provides a unique, multi-disciplinary perspective, bringing together architecture, computing, engineering, humanities, social sciences and urbanism. The series welcomes technical, historical, theoretical and empirical works and values the publishing traditions of the respective disciplines.
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