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Visual information seeking on palmtop devices

Dunlop, M.D. and Davidson, N. (2000) Visual information seeking on palmtop devices. In: People and Computers XIV - Usability or Else!: Proceedings of HCI 2000. Springer, London, United Kingdom, pp. 19-20. ISBN 1852333189

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Abstract

Ahlberg and Shneiderman's Starfield displays have been shown to provide fast and convenient access to large collections of data. However, the standard design requires a large, high-resolution, colour screen. This paper presents the results of a short project investigating this visual information seeking technique on a monochrome palmtop.