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We consider the significant work in both the human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence fields in the area of intelligent interfaces, placing into a structure the disparate strands of research work. We treat design and implementation issues, covering the relationship between user interface management systems (UIMS) architectures and interface(More)
  • Milan, Italy G De Michelis, C Simone, K Schmidt, Dianne Murray
  • 2006
This paper is about capturing and analysing requirements for Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW) systems, showing that the approach taken differs from that for more traditional IT systems. Social science research paradigms are used to expand the nature of work in constrained environments. Interaction-based studies of office settings and a case(More)
Worldwide there is a gender gap in technology with only a small part of all computer science related positions being held by women. Among different initiatives to encourage women to join STEM fields, we started a video interview initiative last year at CHI to encourage more women to enter and remain in the field of HCI as well as strengthening existing(More)