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Mobile Interaction

The goal of the research focus "Mobile Interaction" is to experimentally test, model and evaluate the use of smartphone applications.

Cognitive modeling plays a vital role in the evaluation and improvement of the usability of smartphone apps. On the one hand, the developement and comparison of cognitive models can help to understand cognitive processes that play a role during the use of technical artefacts. On the other hand, established models of user behavior can help to predict the usability of new apps in early phases of their developement.

One research aspect within this context deals with typical challenges arising with the use of apps, such as disruptions or distractions, both resulting from external environmental influences or smartphone- and app-specifica.

Another research focus deals with the question how certain structural and design decision regarding a smartphone app can influence user expectations, attitudes and behavior.

 

Team Mobile Interaction

Nele Rußwinkel

Sabine Prezenski

Stefan Lindner

Lisa-Madeleine Dörr

Dominik Brüchner

 

Finished Theses

 

 

ACT-Droid: ACT-R interacting with Android Applications

Lupe

 

Download current version of ACT-Droid here or from depositonce

 

 

 

Project-related Publications

Lindner, S., Arlt, L. and Russwinkel, N. (2018). Comparing Models of Visual Search in Heterogeneous Search Fields. In I. Juvina, J. Houpt, & C. Myers (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, p. 63-68. Link to original publication


Prezenski, S., Bruechner, D. and Russwinkel, N. (2017). Predictive Cognitive Modelling of Applications. In Proceedings of the 12th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics, p. 165-171. Link to publication Link to original publication


Prezenski, S. (2017). Implementing Mental Model Updating in ACT-R. In M. van Vugt, A. Banks & W. Kennedy (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, p. 121-127. Link to publication Link to original publication


Lindner, S., Russwinkel, N., Arlt, L., Neufeld, M. and Schattenhofer, L. (2017). Modeling of Visual Search and Influence of Item Similarity. In M. van Vugt, A. Banks & W. Kennedy (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, p. 164-168. Link to publication Link to original publication


Dörr, L.-M., Russwinkel, N. and Prezenski, S. (2016). ACT-Droid: ACT-R interacting with Android applications. In D. Reitter & F. E. Ritter (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, p. 225-227. Link to publication Link to original publication


Prezenski, S. and Russwinkel, N. (2016). Towards a general model of repeated app usage. In D. Reitter & F. E. Ritter (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, p. 201-207. Link to publication Link to original publication


Lindner, S., Büttner, P., Taenzer, G., Vaupel, S. and Russwinkel, N. (2014). Towards an efficient evaluation of the usability of Android apps by cognitive models. In Jipp, M. and Soeffker, D. and Kluge, A. and Wendemuth, A. (Eds.), Kognitive Systeme III. Link to publication


Prezenski, S. and Russwinkel, N. (2014). Combining cognitive ACT-R models with usability testing reveals users mental model while shopping with a smartphone application. International Journal On Advances in Intelligent Systems, 7(3-4), p. 700-715. Link to publication Link to original publication


Prezenski, S. and Russwinkel, N. (2014). Cognitive modeling offers explanations for effects found in usability studies. Poster präsentiert auf der 32. European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics ECCE 2014. Link to publication


Russwinkel, N. and Prezenski, S. (2014). ACT-R Meets Usability. In Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Advanced Cognitive Technologies and Applications COGNITIVE, 2014. (Best Paper Award) Link to publication Link to original publication


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