Articles by David B. Kaber

David B. Kaber is a professor
in the Edward P. Fitts
Department of Industrial &
Systems Engineering at North
Carolina State University and a
visiting professor at the Center
for Life Sciences Automation of
the University of Rostock. His
research interests include
human-automation interaction,
interface design for complex
systems and analysis of situation awareness. He
received his Ph.D. in industrial engineering from Texas
Tech University in 1996.

Metaphor-Based Design of High-Throughput Screening Process Interfaces

Abstract This paper describes work on developing usable interfaces for creating and editing methods for high-throughput screening of chemical and biological compounds in the domain of life sciences automation. A modified approach to metaphor-based interface design was used as a framework for developing a screening method editor prototype analogous to the presentation of a recipe […] [Read More]