Human-Computer Interaction

Advancing user interaction and the display of complex information

Research on human-computer interaction plays a central role across multiple teams at Microsoft Research. Our work is focused on advancing the way users interact with computing devices. This includes search, access, and information management, the display of complex data and information, user modeling and activity recognition, efficient input and interaction, the role of automation, and the coupling of intelligent systems with direct manipulation.



Cecily Morrison, Neil Smyth, Robert Corish, Kenton O'Hara, and Abigail Sellen, Collaborating with Computer Vision Systems: An Exploration of Audio Feedback, in ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 25 June 2014

Ke Zhai and Jason Williams, Discovering Latent Structure in Task-Oriented Dialogues, in Proceedings of ACL 2014, Association for Computational Linguistics, 23 June 2014

John Downs, Nicolas Villar, James Scott, Sian Lindley, John Helmes, and Gavin Smyth, A Small Space for Playful Messaging in the Workplace: Designing and Deploying Picco, in Proceedings of DIS 2014, ACM, 21 June 2014

Andrew Begel, Thomas Fritz, Sebastian Mueller, Serap Yigit-Elliott, and Manuela Zueger, Using Psycho-Physiological Measures to Assess Task Difficulty in Software Development, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Engineering, International Conference on Software Engineering, 4 June 2014

Tawfiq Ammari, Meredith Ringel Morris, and Sarita Yardi Schoenebeck, Accessing Social Support and Overcoming Judgment on Social Media among Parents of Children with Special Needs, in Proceedings of ICWSM 2014, AAAI, June 2014

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