Lucy T. Gunawan

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The therapist user interface of a virtual reality exposure therapy system in the treatment of fear of flying, Interacting with Computers , vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 299-310. Abstract The use of Virtual Reality (VR) technology to support the treatment of patients with phobia, such as the fear of flying, is getting considerable research attention. Research mainly(More)
In the contemporary information-saturated world, there is a need for an easier, faster, and more social way to keep office workers updated and better aware of surrounding activities. Today's information management systems tend to consume time rather than simplify information sharing.The Vista system tries to solve this problem. It is designed to be used in(More)
During emergency response, individuals observe only part of the picture, sharing of information is needed to get the required complete picture. The aim of our study is to get insight in the collaborative mapping process in order to derive requirements for a map-sharing tool. First, we analyzed the domain to assess the mapping processes, to identify general(More)
A situation map that shows the overview of a disaster situation serves as a valuable tool for disaster response teams. It helps them to orientate their location and to make disaster response decisions. It is, however, a complicated task to rapidly generate a complete and comprehensive situation map of a disaster area, particularly due to the centralized(More)
This paper focuses on decentralized individual self-help in the aftermath of a disaster, instead of the traditionally adopted model of centralized disaster response management. It presents the results of a controlled field experiment that compares a new disaster response model involving civilians participating with smartphones with the traditional(More)
It is of the utmost importance, we argue, to specifically tailor disaster response systems with users' collaboration in mind. Such an approach, building on top of, and extending the classic single- and multi-user Human-Computer Interaction paradigm is described in this paper. In what follows, we outline our evacuation support system for walking wounded. The(More)
<b>Motivation</b> -- A situation map that shows the overview of a disaster situation serves as a valuable tool for disaster response teams. It helps them orientate their location and make disaster response decisions. It is, however, a quite complicated task to rapidly generate a comprehensive situation map of a disaster area. In this paper, we report on an(More)
Despite the growing awareness of the untapped potential of the affected population in a disaster situation, their inclusion in a disaster management is extremely limited. This study aims to survey the literature to see whether utilizing the affected people and prevalent mobile technology can be used during disaster response. The idea is to provide the(More)
We aim at designing an effective evacuation support system for disaster response, specifically tailored to aid the walking wounded, a significant group of victims suffering from relatively minor injuries. Supplying walking wounded victims with a simple navigation aid enables them to arrive at a predetermined safe area, while allowing first responders to be(More)
Implementation of WHO multimodal hand hygiene (HH) improvement strategy to reduce healthcare-associated infections (HAI) and VAP (ventilator-associated pneumonia) caused by multi-drug resistant acinetobacter baumanii