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Human-Computer Interactions in Transport

Edited by Christophe Kolski, University of Valenciennes, France

ISBN: 9781848212794

Publication Date: June 2011   Hardback   400 pp.

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Human-computer interactions are becoming increasingly present in our everyday life. The growing ubiquitous nature of interactive systems creates many conceptual and methodological problems that must be overcome by the designers and evaluators of these systems.
Human-Computer Interactions in Transport details human-computer interaction in the transport domain.
Discussing the richness and complexity of the field of transport , the central idea of this book is to examine how an individual can utilize interactive systems, either during the preparation of a trip or during the trip itself, all in the context of mobility.
This book will focus on traveler information and personalized systems, using a human-centered design approach.

Contents

1. Principles, Issues and Viewpoints of Traveler Information in a Multimodal Context, Guillaume Uster.
2. User Needs Analysis Methodology for the Design of Traveler Information Systems, Pierre Morizet-Mahoudeaux, Annette Valentin and Assia Mouloudi.
3. A Generic Method for Personalizing Interactive Systems: Application to Traveler Information, Mourad Abed, Abdouroihamane Anli, Christophe Kolski and Emmanuelle Grislin.
4. A Formal Framework for Design and Validation of Multimodal Interactive Systems in Transport Domain, Linda Mohand Oussaïd, Nadjet Kamel, Idir Aït Sadoune, Yamine Aït Ameur, Mohamed Ahmed Nacer.
5. From Human-machine Interaction to Cooperation: Towards the Integrated Copilot, Thierry Bellet, Jean-Michel Hoc, Serge Boverie and Guy Boy.
6. ICT and New Human-machine Interactions for Trucks and Buses of the Future: e-Truck and e-Bus Perspectives, Bertrand David, René Chalon and Bernard Favre.
7. User-centered Approach to Design an Adaptive Truck Driving Assistance: Detection of Vulnerable Users in Urban Areas, Annick Maincent, Hélène Tattegrain, Marie-Pierre Bruyas and Arnaud Bonnard.
8. Menu Sonification in an Automotive Media Center: Design and Evaluation, Nicolas Misdariis, Julien Tardieu, Sabine Langlois and Séverine Loiseau.
9. Consideration of the Travel Time Experience in the Conceptual Models of Personalized Interactive Applications, Arnaud Brossard, Mourad Abed, Christophe Kolski and Guillaume Uster.
10. Towards New Interactive Displays in Stations and Airports, Christophe Jacquet, Yacine Bellik and Yolaine Bourda.
11. Transport: a Fertile Ground for the Plasticity of User Interfaces, Gaëlle Calvary, Audrey Serna, Christophe Kolski and Joëlle Coutaz.

About the Authors

Christophe Kolski specializes in human-computer interaction, software engineering for interactive systems and intelligent systems design. He is Professor in Computer Science and head of the “Automated Reasoning and Human-Computer Interaction” research group in the LAMIH at the University of Valenciennes, France.

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