Progress in Human Computer Interaction

Editor-in-ChiefKaleigh Tara

ISSN: TBA (Online)

Journal Abbreviation: Prog Hum Comput Interact

Publication Frequency: irregular

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Publishing Model: Open Access

Journal no: 28G

About the Journal

Progress in Human Computer Interaction is an international Open Access journal that publishes original research articles and review articles related to all areas of human computer interaction. This journal focuses on computer-mediated communication, computer-supported works, innovative interaction techniques, interactions in mobile systems, intelligent user interfaces, and applications of human computer interactions.

Recently Published Articles

 

Original Research Article

by Hongyan Han, Zhongyuan Lu, Wenbing Wang

The 21st century is the information age, information has become an important strategic resource for social development, social information has become the development trend of the world today and the core, and information security in the information society will play a very important role. With the continuous development of computer networks, global information has become the trend of human development. However, because the…

 

Original Research Article

by Tiantian Wu, Jinyu Wan, Shengkai Fu

With the rapid development of science and technology, the demand for product diversified cation is becoming stronger and the product is getting faster and faster. Especially as plastic products and other light industrial consumer goods production of high-speed growth, more and more complex shape of the mold, the accuracy requirements are getting higher and higher. CNC machining, especially high-speed…

 

Original Research Article

by Xiaoliang Pan, Hongming Luo, Jing Wu, Zhengfei Lin

This topic is divided into two parts: (1) mobile phone interactive design of the status quo survey, including the mobile phone market, the use of the crowd, the use of functions, keyboard and interface analysis. (2) Mobile interactive design includes: design positioning, design requirements, innovation, tree structure, icon design. Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the existing mobile phone…

 

Original Research Article

by Tongbo Jiang, Peiguo Zhao, Fan Ji

The robot is a planar joint robot composed of three degrees of freedom. Its main function is to carry out the handling and movement of precision instruments and objects. Because of the small size, simple transmission principle, is widely used in the electrical and electronic industry, household appliances, precision machinery industry and other fields. The whole system consists of robot, robot arm…

 

Original Research Article

by Minghui Wen, Zhenglin Xiao

The development of traffic information for us, is a sign of the development of civilized society. This topic uses the advanced technology idea to provide a transportation information automation solution. This paper introduces the virtual instrument and its development background. Through the study and research of the virtual instrument, the software tool is used to realize the simulation of the…

Indexing

Archiving and Indexing Road Map

Progress in Human Computer Interaction aims to be indexed by world-recognized databases, for example, PubMed, Scopus and Science Citation Index (SCI). Progress in Human Computer Interaction has been indexed by several world class abstracting/indexing databases:

Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief

Kaleigh Tara, Department of Radioengineering and Electronics, Human Centered Design Research Alliance, Tampere, Finland

Editorial Board

Paulina Raven, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Laboratory of Network-based Intelligent Computing, De Pere, WI, USA

Journey Irene, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, National Institute of Science Technology and Development Studies, Magdeburg, Germany

Cristina Shiloh, Department of Communication Studies, Advanced Technology Centre of Braga, Braga, Portugal

Jayleen Scarlet , Information Systems Department, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Pavia, Italy

Liberty Sharon, Department of Artificial Intelligence, Centre for Novel Distributed Computer Software Technology, Bristol, UK

Focus and Scope

Progress in Human Computer Interaction is an international Open Access journal that publishes original research articles and review articles related to all areas of human computer interaction. This journal focuses on computer-mediated communication, computer-supported works, innovative interaction techniques, interactions in mobile systems, intelligent user interfaces, and applications of human computer interactions.

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Journal TitleAPC
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