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Auditory Interfaces as a Sign System: An Application of Peircean Semiotics to Human-Computer Interaction
Unformatted Document Text:  YZ References Anderson, P. B. (1997). A Theory of Computer semiotics. New York: Cambridge University Press. Blattner, M., Sumikawa, D., & Greenberg, R. (1989). Earcon and icons: Their structure and common design principles. Human computer interaction 4(1), Spring 1989. Brewster, S.A (1994). Providing a structured Method for integrating Non-speech Audio into Human- computer interfaces, PhD. Dissertation: University of York. Brewster, S.A. & Crease, M.G. (1997). Making menus musical. In Proceedings of IFIP Interact’97 (Sydney, Australia), Chapman & Hall. 389-396. Brewster, S.A. (1994). Providing a structured Method for integrating Non-speech Audio into Human- computer interfaces. PhD. Dissertation: University of York. Brewster, S.A., & Crease, M.G. (1997). Making menus musical. In Proceedings of IFIP Interact’97 Sydney, Australia: Chapman & Hall. 389-396. Buxton, W., Gaver, W. & Bly, S. (1991).Tutorial number 8: The use of mon-speech audio at the interface. In Processing of CHI’ 91. New orleans: ACM Press: Addison-Wesley. Buxton, W., Gaver, W. & Bly, S. (1991).Tutorial number 8: The use of mon-speech audio at the interface. In Processing of CHI’ 91. New orleans: ACM Press: Addison-Wesley. Chin J.P., Diehl V. A., &Kent L. (1988). Norman Development of an Instrument Measuring User Satisfaction of the Human-Computer Interface. Interface Evaluations Proceedings of ACM CHI'88 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 213-218. Cook, P.R. (1999). Music, cognition, and computerized sound. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Coyne, R. (1995). Designing information technology in the postmodern age. Cambridge, MA: The

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Anderson, P. B. (1997). A Theory of Computer semiotics. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Blattner, M., Sumikawa, D., & Greenberg, R. (1989). Earcon and icons: Their structure and
common design principles. Human computer interaction 4(1), Spring 1989.
Brewster, S.A (1994). Providing a structured Method for integrating Non-speech Audio into Human-
computer interfaces, PhD. Dissertation: University of York.
Brewster, S.A. & Crease, M.G. (1997). Making menus musical. In Proceedings of IFIP Interact’97
(Sydney, Australia), Chapman & Hall. 389-396.
Brewster, S.A. (1994). Providing a structured Method for integrating Non-speech Audio into Human-
computer interfaces. PhD. Dissertation: University of York.
Brewster, S.A., & Crease, M.G. (1997). Making menus musical. In Proceedings of IFIP Interact’97
Sydney, Australia: Chapman & Hall. 389-396.
Buxton, W., Gaver, W. & Bly, S. (1991).Tutorial number 8: The use of mon-speech audio at the
interface. In Processing of CHI’ 91. New orleans: ACM Press: Addison-Wesley.
Buxton, W., Gaver, W. & Bly, S. (1991).Tutorial number 8: The use of mon-speech audio at the
interface. In Processing of CHI’ 91. New orleans: ACM Press: Addison-Wesley.
Chin J.P., Diehl V. A., &Kent L. (1988). Norman Development of an Instrument Measuring
User Satisfaction of the Human-Computer Interface. Interface Evaluations Proceedings of
ACM CHI'88 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 213-218.
Cook, P.R. (1999). Music, cognition, and computerized sound. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Coyne, R. (1995). Designing information technology in the postmodern age. Cambridge, MA: The


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