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                                UIST 2000
                      The 13th Annual ACM Symposium
               on User Interface Software and Technology

                 Sponsored by: ACM SIGGRAPH and SIGCHI

                           November 5-8, 2000
                      US Grant Hotel, San Diego, CA



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UIST is a premier HCI technical conference, with an exciting program of
state-of-the-art presentations.  This year, we are holding UIST at the
newly renovated US Grant Hotel (Wyndham) Hotel in downtown San Diego.
The hotel is a trolley ride from the beach and Mexico, down the street
from the harbor, and nearby to restaurants and the San Diego Zoo.

Below is the Advance Program.  It is also being mailed out to SIGCHI
members and last year's UIST attendees.  You can also find the Advance
Program on the web at

Mark Ackerman
Keith Edwards
UIST2k co-chairs


UIST is the premier forum on innovative engineering of the human-computer
interface. The symposium brings together user-interface researchers and
practitioners with an interest in techniques, tools, and technology for
constructing quality, innovative user interfaces.

Sunday, November 5, 2000

5:00 - 7:00  Registration
7:00 - 10:00 Reception

Symposium Program, Monday, November 6, 2000

Opening Plenary

User Interfaces in the Infrastructure Age
Eric Brewer, University of California, Berkeley

Papers: Multimedia UI

Suede: A Wizard of Oz Prototyping Tool for Speech User Interfaces
  Scott Klemmer, Anoop Sinha, Jack Chen,
  James Landay, Nadeem Aboobaker, Annie Wang,
  University of California, Berkeley

Interaction Techniques for
Ambiguity Resolution in Recognition-Based Interfaces
  Jennifer Mankoff, Georgia Institute of Technology
  Scott E. Hudson, Carnegie Mellon University
  Gregory D. Abowd, Georgia Institute of Technology

Multimodal System Processing in Mobile Environments
  Sharon Oviatt, Oregon Graduate Institute

Papers: UI Architecture

A Temporal Model for Multi-Level Undo and Redo
  W. Keith Edwards, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
  Takeo Igarashi, Brown University
  Anthony LaMarca, Yahoo, Inc.
  Elizabeth D. Mynatt, Georgia Institute of Technology

A Programming Model for Active Documents
  Paul Dourish, W. Keith Edwards, John Howell, Anthony LaMarca,
  John Lamping, Karin Petersen, Michael Salisbury, Doug Terry, Jim Thornton,
  Xerox Palo Alto Research Center

PicturePiper: Using a Re-configurable Pipeline to Find Images on the Web
  Adam Fass, Carnegie Mellon University
  Eric Bier, Eytan Adar, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center

Papers: Toolkits and Techniques for Pen and Video

Satin: A Toolkit for Informal Ink-Based Applications
  Jason Hong, James Landay,
  University of California, Berkeley

Fluid Sketches:
Continuous Recognition and Morphing of Simple Hand-Drawn Shapes
  James Arvo, California Institute of Technology
  Kevin Novins, University of Otago, New Zealand

A Semi-Automatic Approach to Home Video Editing
  Andreas Girgensohn, John Boreczky, Patrick Chiu, John Doherty,
  Jonathan Foote, Gene Golovchinsky, Shingo Uchihashi, Lynn Wilcox,
  FX Palo Alto Laboratory

Symposium Program, Tuesday, November 7, 2000

Papers: Sensing User Activity

Sensing Techniques for Mobile Interaction
  Ken Hinckley, Jeff Pierce, Mike Sinclair, Eric Horvitz,
  Microsoft Research

The Reading Assistant:
  Eye Gaze Triggered Auditory Prompting for Reading Remediation
  John Sibert, Mehmet Gokturk, Robert Lavine,
  George Washington University

Effective Use of Physical Manipulation Vocabularies of Input Devices
  Jun Rekimoto, Eduardo Sciammarella,
  Sony Computer Science Laboratory

Invited Surveys

An Introduction to Image Recognition
  Trevor Darrell, MIT AI Lab

MEMS in the Interface
  Kris Pister, University of California, Berkeley

Papers: Speedy Input

The Metropolis Keyboard - An Exploration of
Quantitative Techniques for Graphical Keyboard Design
  Shumin Zhai, Michael Hunter, Barton Smith,
  IBM Almaden Research Center

Dasher - A Data Entry Interface
Using Continuous Gestures and Language Models
  David Ward, Alan Blackwell, David MacKay,
  Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge

Speed-Dependent Automatic Zooming for Browsing Large Documents
  Takeo Igarashi, University of Tokyo
  Ken Hinckley, Microsoft Research

Papers: Augmented Reality

The AHI: An Audio and Haptic Interface for Contact Interactions
  Derek DiFilippo, Dinesh K. Pai,
  University of British Columbia

Page Detection Using Embedded Tags (Technote)
  Maribeth Back, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
  Jonathan Cohen

System Lag Tests for Augmented and Virtual Environments
  Colin Swindells, John Dill, Kellogg Booth,
  Simon Fraser University

Town Hall Meeting


Symposium Program, Wednesday, November 8, 2000

Closing Plenary

Economic Development--The New University Imperative
  James D. Foley, Yamacraw

Papers: Toolkit Support for UI

Jazz: An Extensible Zoomable User Interface Graphics Toolkit in Java
  Benjamin Bederson, Jon Meyer, Lance Good,
  University of Maryland, College Park

The Architecture and Implementation of CPN2000,
a Post-WIMP Graphical Application
  Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Henry Lassen,
  University of Aarhus

Cross-Modal Interaction Using Xweb
  Dan Olsen, Sean Jefferies, Travis Nielsen, William Moyes, Paul
  Brigham Young University

Papers: Selection

TopicShop: Enhanced Support for
Evaluating and Organizing Collections of Web Sites
  Brian Amento, Loren Terveen, Will Hill, AT&T Labs
  Deborah Hix, Virginia Tech

Dual Touch: Two-Handed Interface for Pen-Based PDAs (Technote)
  Nobuyuki Matsushita, Yuji Ayatsuka, Jun Rekimoto,
  Sony Computer Science Laboratory

FlowMenu: Combining Command, Text, and Parameter Entry (Technote)
  Francois Guimbretiere, Terry Winograd,
  Stanford University

Fisheye Menus
  Benjamin Bederson, University of Maryland, College Park

Papers: Illusions

Providing Visually Rich Resizable Images for User Interface Components
  Scott E. Hudson, Kenichiro Tanaka,
  Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

Illusions of Infinity: Feedback for Infinite Worlds (Technote)
  George Furnas, Xialong Zhang,
  University of Michigan

Dynamic Space Management for User Interfaces
  Blaine Bell, Steven Feiner,
  Columbia University