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We describe a design project of a future electronic news device and service. The project employs about 20 researchers, designers and developers. It uses advances in product technologies and in social computing to deal with the challenges of transferring the print newspaper reading experience onto a mobile, hand-held device, and of transferring the editor's(More)
BACKGROUND Observational and experimental studies of the diagnostic task have demonstrated the importance of the first hypotheses that come to mind for accurate diagnosis. A prototype decision support system (DSS) designed to support GPs' first impressions has been integrated with a commercial electronic health record (EHR) system. AIM To evaluate the(More)
BACKGROUND Electronic prescribing has benefited from computerised clinical decision support systems (CDSSs); however, no published studies have evaluated the potential for a CDSS to support GPs in prescribing specialist drugs. AIM To identify potential weaknesses and errors in the existing process of prescribing specialist drugs that could be addressed in(More)
The 'SmartMobile' research project is directed to design and develop tools to help mobile companies view and analyze data related to the usage and performance of their applications and services. In this paper we focus on one of the main tools that were developed - MATE (Mobile Analysis Tool for usability Experts). MATE is designed to highlight potential(More)
In this paper, we describe an interaction design process and the challenges encountered during the development of LoOkie, a social mobile application, which enables members to request and receive live videos or pictures of desired locations from people who are present at the scene. The paper describes, from a human-computer interaction perspective, the(More)
An intelligent model for campaign management was developed as a collaborative research effort between Deutsche Telekom and Ben-Gurion University. The model segments and filters potential customers for solicitation according to a novel algorithm. However, a mathematical model, however cleverly designed, doesn’t encompass the human knowledge, experience and(More)