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Auditory Interfaces as a Sign System: An Application of Peircean Semiotics to Human-Computer Interaction
Unformatted Document Text:  Y[ MIT Press. Crease, M.G., Brewster, S.A. (1998). Making Progress With Sounds-The Design and Evaluation Of An Audio Progress Bar. In Proceedings of ICAD’98. Glasgow, UK: British Computer Society. Eberts, R, E. (1994). User interface Design. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Eco, U. (1979). A theory of Semiotics. Bloominton: Indiana University Press. Ehn, P. (1997). Design for Quality-in-use; Human-computer Interaction Meet Information Systems Development. In Helander, M.G., Landauer, T.K., Prabhu, P.V (Eds.).Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction. (2nd ed.). Amsterdam: North-Holland. Gaver, W. (1997). Auditory Interfaces. In Helander, M.G., Landauer, T.K., Prabhu, P.V (Eds.).Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction. (2nd ed.). Amsterdam: North-Holland. Handel, S. (1989). Listening. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Heidegger, M. (1996). Being and Time. New York: State University of New York Press Huhtamo, E. (1999). From Cybernetics to interaction: A contribution to an archaeology of interactivity. In Lunenfeld, P.(Ed.). The Digital Dialectic. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Kim, J. (2000). From Commodity Production to Sign Production: A Triangle Model for Marx’s semiotics and Peirce’s Economics. Semiotica 132-1/2, 2000. Leplatre, G., Brewster, S.A. (1998). An Investigation of Using Music to Provide Navigation Cues. In Proceedings of ICAD’98. Glasgow, UK: British Computer Society. Levitin, D. J. (1999). Memory for musical attributes In Cook, P.R. (Ed.). Music, cognition, and computerized sound. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.Cambridge: The MIT Press. Mathews, Max. (1999). The ear and How to work In Cook, P.R. (Ed.). Music, cognition, and

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MIT Press.
Crease, M.G., Brewster, S.A. (1998). Making Progress With Sounds-The Design and Evaluation
Of An Audio Progress Bar. In Proceedings of ICAD’98. Glasgow, UK: British Computer
Society.
Eberts, R, E. (1994). User interface Design. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Eco, U. (1979). A theory of Semiotics. Bloominton: Indiana University Press.
Ehn, P. (1997). Design for Quality-in-use; Human-computer Interaction Meet Information
Systems Development. In Helander, M.G., Landauer, T.K., Prabhu, P.V (Eds.).Handbook
of Human-Computer Interaction. (2nd ed.). Amsterdam: North-Holland.
Gaver, W. (1997). Auditory Interfaces. In Helander, M.G., Landauer, T.K., Prabhu, P.V
(Eds.).Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction. (2nd ed.). Amsterdam: North-Holland.
Handel, S. (1989). Listening. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Heidegger, M. (1996). Being and Time. New York: State University of New York Press
Huhtamo, E. (1999). From Cybernetics to interaction: A contribution to an archaeology of
interactivity. In Lunenfeld, P.(Ed.). The Digital Dialectic. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Kim, J. (2000). From Commodity Production to Sign Production: A Triangle Model for Marx’s
semiotics and Peirce’s Economics. Semiotica 132-1/2, 2000.
Leplatre, G., Brewster, S.A. (1998). An Investigation of Using Music to Provide Navigation
Cues. In Proceedings of ICAD’98. Glasgow, UK: British Computer Society.
Levitin, D. J. (1999). Memory for musical attributes In Cook, P.R. (Ed.). Music, cognition, and
computerized sound. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.Cambridge: The MIT Press.
Mathews, Max. (1999). The ear and How to work In Cook, P.R. (Ed.). Music, cognition, and


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