J. M. Christian Bastien

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This technical report presents first a brief summary of the research conducted towards the design of ergonomic criteria for the evaluation of human-computer interfaces (HCI), and then, the full description of the most recent set of criteria (version 2.1) both in English and French. The summary outlines the context in which the criteria were developed, the(More)
a user interface with ergonomic criteria. HAL is a multidisciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching and research institutions in France or abroad, or from public or private research centers. L'archive ouverte pluridisciplinaire(More)
The aim of this paper is to review some work conducted in the field of user testing that aims at specifying or clarifying the test procedures and at defining and developing tools to help conduct user tests. The topics that have been selected were considered relevant for evaluating applications in the field of medical and health care informatics. These(More)
The effectiveness of ergonomic criteria for the evaluation of user interfaces was assessed. Two groups of experts evaluated the interface of a musical database application. After an exploration-diagnosis phase, the participants evaluated the same interface states with or without ergonomic criteria. Preliminary results show that in the first phase, the(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this work is to assess how adding a driving-related task affects the detection of objects in peripheral vision, under mesopic conditions. BACKGROUND The main index used to assess the quality of road lighting installations refers to simple detection tasks in foveal vision, which raises methodological and practical questions. METHOD(More)
The relative effectiveness of the Ergonomic Criteria and the ISO/DIS 9241-Part 10 Dialogue Principles in guiding the evaluation of user interfaces was assessed. Afler a demonstration of a musical database application and a fme exploration phase, three groups of participants (Criteria ISO, Contxol) were invited to evaluate the interface of the application.(More)
The Small Target Visibility (STV) model is the main model used to assess the quality of road lighting installations (IESNA, 2000). However, this model is based on a simple detection task in foveal vision using psychophysical data from laboratory conditions. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of a complex background and apparent motion on(More)