Human-Computer Interaction: Communication, Cooperation, and Application Design

By Hans-Jörg Bullinger; Jürgen Ziegler | Go to book overview

Index Author
Aaltonen, M.33
Adamopoulos, D.X.497
Adelstein, B.D.1129
Adjouadi, M.970
Adolf, J.1116
Agranovski, A.985
Ahola, S.533
Aiken, R.M.696
Akoumianakis D.782, 807, 843
André, E.152, 873
Anneroth, M.38
Antona, M.843
Anzai, Y.241
Aotake, Y.1197
Arafa, Y.147
Arend, U.80
Arima, Y.1236
Armitage, J.772
Arnold, A.G.757
Assimacopoulos, A.995
Attree, E.A.1100
Bamba, E.1231
Banerji, A.187
Bannert, M.725
Bapat, A.492
Bamekow, T.614
Barreto, A.970
Barros, F.402
Bayer, S.922
Beer, D.568
Beer, M.672
Beigl, M.246, 251
Bekiaris, E.853
Beuthel, C.1296
Bevan, N.762
Biancardi, A.1085
Bichsel, M.1060
Bishof-Risario, J.966
Bishop, A.447
Bodendorf, F.1152
Bollerslev, P.712
Book, R.23,38
Borghoff, U.M.422
Boschian, K.1111
Boussoffara, B.1286, 1291
Boyer, D.452
Brewster, S.A.43
Broll, W.462
Brooks, B.M.1100
Brown, D.J.1105
Buckwalter, J.G.1095
Bullinger, H.609
Bürdek, B.E.102
Burmester, M.942
Buscher, M.283
Buß, R.512
Caldwell, B.S.412
Callantine, T.J.1281
Callear, D.632
Carbonell, N.898
Carlin, B.157
Carro, R.M.740
Cavalcante, S.402
Cavalcanti, A.402
Charlton, P.147
Charytonowicz, J.573
Chen, C.207
Chen, C.D.226
Chen, Y.-L.66
Chiu, C.71
Chmielewski, C.1116
Choong, Y.-Y.76

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