Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, August 17-20, 2003

Congresso Latino-americano de Intera��o Humano-Computador
Congreso Latinoamericano de Interacci�n Humano-Computadora
Latin American Conference on Human-Computer Interaction

Building bridges among individuals and communities

CLIHC 2003
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ADVANCE PROGRAM

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Keynote speeches
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Opening session:
John M. Carroll (http://people.cs.vt.edu/~carroll/)
Virginia Tech, USA
Bridges as Community Glue
Members of a community can create social capital by bonding (creating strong ties within groups) and by bridging (creating weak ties across groups). As part of a larger study of the Blacksburg Electronic Village, and its community in Blacksburg and Montgomery County, Virginia, we studied "bridges": persons who are members or leaders in more than one community group.

Bridges tend to be higher in socio-economic status and extroversion. They tend to be more informed, civic-minded, socially engaged, and interested in politics. They tend to feel more trust, belonging, community attachment, and community collective efficacy. They participate more and are more activist. They are more interested in computers and engage in more online political activity. Their use of the Internet has helped to increase their involvement with the local community and with local issues, increased their feelings of connectedness with local people, and their attendance at local meetings and events.


Closing session: (video & videoconference)
Terry Winograd (http://hci.stanford.edu/~winograd/)
Stanford University, USA
Computers Connecting People
The field of human-computer interaction takes its name from the obvious fact that people interact in a direct physical way with computing devices and systems. But when we look more deeply at what is going on, the great majority of human-computer interaction is a step in some process of human-human interaction. From web search to word processing to ubiquitous computing, the technological possibilities and challenges derive from the ways in which the computer can play a role in enriching the forms of human communication. In this talk I will look at a range of interaction examples and issues from a human-computer-human interaction perspective and suggest some implications for future research.
Accepted full paper contributions
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A Visual Programming Environment for Generation of Device Independent User Interfaces
Oscar Mayora-Ibarra; Oscar de la Paz-Arroyo; Edgar Cambranes-Mart�nez; Alejandro Fuentes-Penna


Abordagem para o desenvolvimento de listas de verifica��o de usabilidade e um estudo de caso mostrando sua aplica��o
Walter de Abreu Cybis; Claudia de Andrade Tambascia; Andr� Fabiano Dyck; Andr� Luiz de Castro Villas-Boas; Priscilla B. B. Pagliuso


Ametista: a mini-toolkit for exploring new window management techniques
Nicolas Roussel


Avalia��o de software educacional centrada no di�logo: interface, colabora��o e conceitos cient�ficos
Fl�via Peres; Luciano meira


Da An�lise de Requisitos ao Projeto de Interface: uma Abordagem Subjetivista para Sistemas de Informa��o
Carlos Alberto Cocozza Simoni; Maria Cec�lia Calani Baranauskas


Desenvolvimento de um checklist para a avalia��o de acessibilidade da web para usu�rios idosos
M�rcia Barros de Sales; Walter de Abreu Cybis


Design com Crian�as: Uma Abordagem Semi�tica
Amanda Meincke Melo; Maria Cec�lia Calani Baranauskas


Dist�ncia entre o desejado e o oferecido por tecnologias leves de apoio a grupos online: Um estudo de caso
Elton Jos� da Silva; Clarisse Sieckenius de Souza; Raquel Oliveira Prates; Ana Maria Nicolaci-da-Costa


The Standard of User-Centered Design and the Standard Definition of Usability: Analyzing ISO 13407 against ISO 9241-11
Timo Jokela; Netta Iivari; Juha Matero; Minna Karukka


Enabling Physical Collaboration in Industrial Settings by Designing for Embodied Interaction
Daniel Fallman


Estudio y an�lisis de la conciencia de espacio de trabajo en CDebate: una aplicaci�n groupware para debates colaborativos
Manuel Romero-Salcedo; Cesar A. Osuna-G�mez; Leonid Sheremetov; Manuel Chi; Luis Villa


Evaluaci�n de una Interfaz Visual para el Reconocimiento de Ademanes
Victor Hugo Z�rate Silva; H�ctor Hugo Avil�s Arriaga


Modelo probabil�stico para la creaci�n de interfaces personalizadas
Alberto Pedrero; Pablo de la Fuente Redondo; Miguel Villarroel; Mercedes Martinez


O Processo de Desenvolvimento de Sistemas com RV sob a �tica da IHC
Milena Marquezin Olher; J�nia Coutinho Anacleto Silva


Older Adults and the Usability of Speech Interaction
Mary Zajicek; Andrew Lee; Richard Wales


The TAC Paradigm: Unified Conceptual Framework to Represent Tangible User Interfaces
Eduardo H. Calvillo Gamez; Nancy Leland; Orit Shaer; Robert J.K. Jacob


Um M�todo da Engenharia Semi�tica para a Constru��o de Sistemas de Ajuda Online
Milene Selbach Silveira; Clarisse Sieckenius de Souza; Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa


Uma abordagem formal � engenharia da usabilidade
Jos� Creissac Campos


Un Modelo para la Conversaci�n Multimodal Hombre-M�quina: Integraci�n del Habla y la Acci�n
Luis VILLASE�OR-PINEDA; Manuel MONTES Y GOMEZ; Jean CAELEN


Visual Exploration of Large Digital Libraries Collections
Nabani N. Silva; J. Alfredo S�nchez; Carlos Proal; Christian Rebollar


XICL - uma linguagem para o desenvolvimento de interfaces de usu�rio e de seus componentes
Lirisnei Gomes de Sousa; Jair Cavalcanti Leite


Accepted short paper contributions
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A New Era in Human Computer Interaction: The Challenges of Technology as Social Proxies
Rogerio DePaula;


A Visual-Textual Programming Environment for Comparative Studies of Programming Tasks
Maria Beatriz Serrano;


Aspectos da Interface Humano-Computador em Sistemas para Jovens e Adultos N�o Alfabetizados
Isa Haro Martins; Lu�s Alfredo Vidal de Carvalho; Luiz Ferreira; Maria do Socorro Martins Calh�u; Maria Luiza Tavares Benicio;


Avalia��o de Usabilidade de uma Biblioteca Digital
Andr� Raabe; Giovana Prebianca; J�lia Marques da Silva; Renate de Oliveira;


Impact of numerical and graphical formats on dynamic decision making performance: an eye-tracking study
Cleotilde Gonzalez; Janice Golenbock;


Interfaces para EAD: em busca de menores dist�ncias
Maria Carolina Santos de Souza;


Processos de Planejamento da Reengenharia de Software apoiados por princ�pios de Usabilidade
S�rgio Luisir D�scola Junior; J�nia Coutinho Anacleto Silva;


Projeto de uma Interface de Usu�rio para o M�dulo de Videoconfer�ncia do Sistema InfraVida
Daniel Carvalho Sodr� Duarte; Tatiana Aires; Jair C Leite; Guido Lemos;


Uma Arquitetura para Sistemas Baseados em Conhecimento Interativos
Vl�dia Pinheiro; Vasco Furtado;


Visualization of Ontologies through Hypertrees
Kleber Xavier Sampaio de Souza; Adriana Delfino dos Santos; Silvio Roberto de Medeiros Evangelista;


XICL Studio 2 - uma ferramenta para o desenvolvimento baseado em componentes de interfaces para Web
Lirisnei Gomes de Sousa; Jair Cavalcanti Leite;


Accepted poster contributions
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EaD sincronizado com P&D: uma experi�ncia focada na engenharia de usabilidade
Renate de Oliveira; Andr� Raabe;


As intera��es interindividuais de crian�as no ambiente virtual Crianet
Silvia Porto Meirelles Leite; Patricia Alejandra Behar;


Aut�mato representa o racioc�nio do aprendiz na adaptabilidade do ambiente de aprendizagem
Eliane Pozzebon; Jorge Muniz Barreto; Guilherme Bittencourt;


Can Usability Methods Benefit Game Development?
Cleotilde Gonzalez; Liya Zheng;


Exploring ethnocentrism in the information architecture of World Wide Web sites
Enrique Stanziola; Anita Komlodi;


Fatores para personaliza��o de navega��o na Internet
Carlos Rodrigo Cordeiro Alves; L�cia Vilela Leite Filgueiras;


MAGIC-2 Pointing: Integrating context information with gaze-assisted pointing
Thiago Schumacher Barcelos; Carlos Hitoshi Morimoto;


O conte�do est�tico no design para educa��o a dist�ncia
Renata Krusser; Marcos Aur�lio Geremias;


O uso de din�micas de grupo apoiadas por met�fora em oficina de Internet para facilitar a intera��o dos idosos
M�rcia Barros de Sales; Andr� Junqueira Xavier;


Reinterpretando a Lei de Mooers: a sele��o de links para artigos de peri�dicos cient�ficos eletr�nicos
Guilherme Ataide dias;


Sistema Inteligente de Recomenda��o para Comunidades Virtuais
Daniel Lichtnow; Ramiro Salda�a; Stanley Loh; Luiz Antonio Moro Palazzo;


Uma an�lise ergon�mica da arquitetura de informa��o de websites: desenvolvedores X usu�rios
Renata Zilse; Anamaria de Moraes;


Accepted position papers to 3 workshops
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Workshop 1:
Design de Interface Centrado no Usu�rio: Aplica��o das Melhores Pr�ticas em Projetos Web na Am�rica Latina
Organizadores: M�nica M. Fernandes, S�rgio Carvalho


Workshop 2:
Interdisciplinaridade em IHC
Organizadores: Ana Maria Nicolaci-da-Costa , Jair C. Leite


Workshop 3:
Integrating Human-Computer Interaction and Software Engineering Models and Processes
Organizadores: Elizabeth Furtado, Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa
Support for authors of accepted contributions to attend CLIHC 2003
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Thanks to generous sponsorship from the Iberoamerican Program of Science and Technology for Development (CYTED), we are able to offer support to cover travel expenses for a limited number of authors who have had their contributions accepted for presentation at CLIHC 2003.
Eligible participants must come from any country in Iberoamerica. Priority will be given to participants from countries other than Brazil who are authors of full papers, but this does not exclude other forms of participation.
Participants interested in obtaining support to attend CLIHC 2003 must send an application letter to the conference co-chairs at clihc2003_chairs@inf.puc-rio.br including:
Applications must be received by June 10, 2003. A committee will assess applications and will make a decision that will be notified by June 30th, 2003.