Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human-computer Interaction: 2 Volume Set
Human-Computer Interaction - known as HCI - is a fast-growing field that draws upon several branches of social, behavioral, and information science, as well as medicine, computer science, and electrical engineering. It is the study of how we communicate with -and through - computers, robots, information systems, and the Internet. The two-volume Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction , edited by William Bainbridge, deputy director of the National Science Foundation's Division of Information and Intelligent Systems, contains 190 articles (totaling 550,000 words) written by 175 contributors, including Jose-Marie Griffiths, Judith S. Olson, Gary M. Olson, John M. Carroll, Dagobert Soergel, Carol Tenopir, Barry Wellman, and other eminent figures in the field of HCI.
by : William Sims Bainbridge