Baranauskas, Cécilia.

Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2007 11th IFIP TC 13 International Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 10-14, 2007, Proceedings, Part II / [electronic resource] : edited by Cécilia Baranauskas, Philippe Palanque, Julio Abascal, Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa. - Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007. - XXV, 736 p. online resource. - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4663 0302-9743 ; . - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4663 .

Two (continued): Long and Short Papers -- Three: Doctoral Consortium -- Four: HCI Societies Worldwide -- Five: Interactive Experience -- Six: Interactive Posters and Student Posters -- Seven: Organizational Overviews -- Eight: Panels -- Nine: Special Interest Groups (SIGs) -- Ten: Tutorials -- Eleven: Video Papers.

INTERACT 2007 was the 11th of a series of INTERACT international conf- ences supported by the IFIP Technical Committee 13 on Huma – Computer Interaction. This year, INTERACT was held in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), or- nized by the Informatics Department at the Pontifcia Universidade Catlica do Rio de Janeiro, with the support of PETROBRAS, CGI. BR (Comit Gestor da Internet no Brasil), and Microsoft. Likeitspredecessors,INTERACT2007highlighted,toboththeacademicand industrialworld,theimportanceofthehuman–computerinteraction(HCI)area and its most recent breakthroughs on current applications. Both experienced HCI researchers and professionals, as well as newcomers to the HCI ?eld, int- ested in designing or evaluating interactive software, developing new interaction technologies, or investigating overarchingtheories of HCI, found in INTERACT 2007 a great forum to communicate with people with similar interests, to - courage collaboration, and to learn. INTERACT 2007 had “socially responsible interaction as its special theme. Human beings have evolved for many millennia; during most of that time, our major social contacts were within small, tightly knit groups who shared a c- mon language culture and physical context. In the last historical eyeblink, we rather suddenly ?nd ourselves part of a global community. We have very d- ferent cultures, languages, perspectives, and physical contexts. Moreover, as a species, we face the possibility of bringing about our own extinction if we c- not solvesome exceedinglychallengingproblems. Our individual brainpowerhas notincreasedsigni?cantlyin the last100,000years. Computing andcommuni- tion technologieso?er some potential, however,to increasegreatly our collective intelligence and creativity.


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Computer science.
Software engineering.
Information systems.
Artificial intelligence.
Computer Science.
User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction.
Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet).
Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics).
Computers and Education.
Computers and Society.
Software Engineering.

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