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CHI
1997
ACM
11 years 3 months ago
Beyond Fitts' Law: Models for Trajectory-Based HCI Tasks
Trajectory-based interactions, such as navigating through nested-menus, drawing curves, and moving in 3D worlds, are becoming common tasks in modern computer interfaces. Users’ ...
Johnny Accot, Shumin Zhai
CHI
2006
ACM
12 years 18 hour ago
Biasing response in Fitts' Law tasks
Fitts' law, relating the time to acquire a target to the target size and the distance from the target, is an effective and widely used predictor of performance in feedback co...
Emory Al-Imam, Edward Lank
CHI
2007
ACM
12 years 19 hour ago
An extensible platform for the interactive exploration of Fitts' Law and related movement time models
This paper describes a new software platform for the interactive exploration of human performance models such as Fitts' law. The software is written in Java and provides a fl...
Martin J. Schedlbauer
CHI
2005
ACM
12 years 18 hour ago
Breaking the laws of action in the user interface
Fitts' law, Steering law and Law of crossing, collectively known as the laws of action, model the speed-accuracy tradeoffs in common HCI tasks. These laws impose a certain sp...
Per Ola Kristensson
IUI
2010
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
Speeding pointing in tiled widgets: understanding the effects of target expansion and misprediction
Target expansion is a pointing facilitation technique where the users target, typically an interface widget, is dynamically enlarged to speed pointing in interfaces. However, with...
Jaime Ruiz, Edward Lank
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