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Gary PERLMAN <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 13 Jul 2009 17:35:16 -0400
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The HCI Bibliography (,
hosted for over a decade by ACM SIGCHI,
has recently been updated with thousands of records,
bringing the total to over 48,000.

Many new records are for previously uncovered conferences:
  * AVI: Advanced Visual Interfaces (1994-)
  * CHINZ: CHI New Zealand (2205-)
  * DocEng: Document Engineering (2001-)
  * ETRA: Eye Tracking Research & Applications (1999-)
  * Future Play (2007-)
  * ICMI: International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (2002-)
  * Mobile HCI (2004-)
  * SoftVis: Software Visualization (2003-)
  * TEI: Tangible and Embedded Interaction (2007-)
  * VRST: Virtual Reality Software and Technology (1997-)
as well as some conferences with non-English content:
  * CLIHC: Latin American HCI (2003-)
  * IHM: Interaction Homme-Machine (2002-)
  * UbiMob: French Ubiquity Mobility (2004-)
as well as the historical coverage of:
  * GI: Graphics Interface (1969-)
Links to proceedings are available from the conference coverage page:
Of course, these additions have had an effect on the hot authors page,
with many familiar names now with over 100 entries in the HCIBib.

A new events page has recently been added, covering workshops,
conferences, and symposia around the world.

The HCI Bibliography is a free-access bibliography on human-computer
interaction with over 48,000 records, mostly with abstracts and links
to full text. The HCIBib search service has performed over 4.7 million
searches since 1 December 2006, serving thousands of users worldwide,
who have also displayed 1.8 million interactive tables of contents of
conference proceedings and journal volumes.

Gary Perlman, Director, HCI Bibliography Project
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