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Publications by Andrew Monk

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.htmlThese are the DIRC publications by Andrew Monk. Items are sorted by type, and listed by year. Links are provided to abstracts and pdf's of the full papers where these are available.


Conference Papers


Structuring Dependable On-line Services: A Case Study Using Internet Grocery Shopping , Baxter, G., Arief, B., Smith, S. and Monk, A.
In Proceedings of the 5th Annual DIRC Research Conference, Mackie, J. and Rouncefield, M., pp. 114-118  2005
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Trust and Incidental Interaction: Would You Let a Talking Paper Clip Run YOUR Home? , Baxter, G., Dix, A., Monk, A., Schmidt, A., & Streitz, N.
In Proceedings of the INTERACT '05: Communicating Naturally through Computers (Adjunct Proceedings), Bueno, F., Constabile, M.F., Paterno, F. & Santoro, C., pp. 73-74  2005
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Managing the Risks of Electronic Assistive Technology: Two complementary methods , Baxter G, Dewsbury G, Monk A and Sommerville I
In Proceedings of the Fifth Annual DIRC conference, Mackie J & Rouncefield M (Eds), pp. 4-7  2005

Trust and Incidental Interaction: Would You Let a Talking Paper Clip Run YOUR Home? , Baxter, G. and Dix, A. and Monk, A. and Schmidt, A. and Streitz, N.
In Proceedings of the INTERACT '05, F.Bueno, M.F. Constabile, F. Paterno and C. Santoro, pp. 73--74  2005

Standards and the dependability of electronic assistive technology , Baxter, G., Monk, A., Doughty K., Blythe, M., & Dewsbury G.
In Proceedings of the 2nd Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology (CWUAAT) (incorporating the 5th Cambridge Workshop on Rehabilitation Robotics), Keates, S., Clarkson, J., Langdon, P., and Robinson, P., pp. 247-255  2004
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Technology biographies: field study techniques for home use product development , Blythe, M., Monk, A. F. & Park, J.
In Proceedings of the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2002), Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, 20 -25 April, Terveen, L. & Wixon, D. (eds), pp. 658-659  2002

Fun, communication and dependability: extending the concept of usability , Monk, A. F.
In Proceedings of the 16th British HCI Group Annual Conference, London, United Kingdom, 2-6 September, Faulkner, X., Finlay. J. & Detienne, F. (eds), pp. 3-14  2002

Using rich pictures as a tool to facilitate the development and acceptance of an expert system in the Neonatal Unit , Baxter, G.D., Tan, K., Newell, S., Dear, P.R.F., & Monk, A.F.
In Proceedings of the Health Care Meets Medical Informatics and Innovation Conference (HCMMII02), pp. 36  2002

Notes towards an ethnography of domestic technology , Blythe, M. and Monk, A.F.
In Proceedings of the DIS 2002, Macdonald, N., Mackay, M. and Gaver, W. (Eds.), pp. 277-281  2002

User-centred design: the home use challenge , Monk, A.F.
In Proceedings of the Home informatics and telematics: information technology and society (HOIC 2000), Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, June, Sloane, A. and van Rijn, F. (eds), pp. 181-190  2000


Journal Articles

Towards a practical framework for managing , Monk, A.F. and Hone, K. and Lines, L. and Dowdall, A. and Baxter, G. and Blythe, M.B. and Wright, P.
J. of Applied Ergonomics , Volume 37 , Issue 5 , pp. 599--606 , 2006

Socially Dependable Design: The Challenge of Ageing Populations for HCI , Blythe, M. and Monk, A.F. and Doughty, K.
Interacting with Computers , Volume 17 , pp. 672--689 , 2005

Net Neighbours: adapting HCI methods to cross the digital divide, Blythe, M. and Monk, A.F.
Interacting with Computers , Volume 17 , pp. 35-56 , 2005

Using Cognitive Task Analysis to facilitate the integration of decision support systems into the neonatal intensive care unit., Baxter, G.D., Monk, A.F., Tan, K., Dear, P.R.F., & Newell, S.J.
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine , Volume 35 , Issue 3 , pp. 243-257 , 2005

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Little brother: could and should wearable computing technologies be applied to reducing older peoples fear of crime? , Blythe, M. and Monk, A.F.
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing , Volume 8 , pp. 402--415 , 2004

Why are Mobile Phones Annoying?, Monk, A.F., Carroll, J., Parker, S. and Blythe, M.
Behaviour and Information Technology , Volume 23 , pp. 33-42 , 2004

Analysing requirements for decision support in neonatal intensive care, Baxter, G.D., Tan, K., Newell, S., Dear, P.R.F., and Monk, A.
Archives of Disease in Childhood , Volume 88 , Issue 1 , pp. A46 , 2003

Analysing requirements for decision support in neonatal intensive care, Baxter, G.D. and Tan, K. and Newell, S. and Dear, P.R.F. and Monk, A.
Archives of Disease in Childhood , Volume 88, Supplement 1, A46 , pp. , 2003

Editorial: home use of information and communications technology, Monk, A. and Kraut, R.
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies , Volume 54 , Issue 5 , pp. 663-4 , 2001


Book Chapters


A technique for the client- centred evaluation of electronic assistive technology. , Baxter, G.D. and Monk, A.F.
In Contemporary Ergonomics 2006 , , pp.
Taylor and Francis , 2006

 
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