[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: e University, 1994.  L. T. Nowell and D. Hix. User interface design for the project Envision database of computer science literature. In Proceedings of the Twenty-second Annual Virginia Computer Users Conference, pages 29--33, 1992.  L. T. Nowell and D. Hix. Query composition: Why does it have to be so hard? In Proceedings of the East-West International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, volume I, pages 226--241, 1993. Moscow, Russia, August, 1993. Also available as Tech. Report TR 93-19, Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.  L. T. Nowell and D. Hix. Visualizing search results: User interface development for the project Envision database of computer science literature. In Human-Computer Interaction: Software and Hardware Interfaces, volume 19B of Advances in Human Factors/Ergonomics, Proceedings of HCI International '93, 5th International Conference on Human Compu
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Project Envision which was launched in 1991 in accordance with the ACM Publication Board's plans for encouraging research studies to develop an electronic archive for computer science is an early NSF-funded digital library effort. The Envision system is composed of specially-developed components that include a query server, an object-oriented database management system, a presentation server and the Envision client. Such an effort has paved the way for an NSF-funded project on 'Interactive Learning,' to investigate how a digital library can improve computer science education.
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