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IJMMS
2011
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Revisiting path steering for 3D manipulation tasks
The law of path steering, as proposed by Accot and Zhai, describes a quantitative relationship between human temporal performance and the path’s spatial characteristics. The ste...
Lei Liu, Jean-Bernard Martens, Robert van Liere
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
2001
ACM
12 years 19 hour ago
Scale effects in steering law tasks
Interaction tasks on a computer screen can technically be scaled to a much larger or much smaller sized input control area by adjusting the input device's control gain or the...
Johnny Accot, Shumin Zhai
CHI
2006
ACM
12 years 2 days ago
Targeted steering motions
In this paper we investigate targeted steering motions. Fitts' law is a very successful model to explain human targeting behavior, while the Steering law has been used to mod...
Sergey Kulikov, Wolfgang Stürzlinger
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