Progress in Gestural Interaction

Proceedings of Gesture Workshop ’96, March 19th 1996, University of York, UK

  • Philip A. Harling
  • Alistair D. N. Edwards
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-4
  2. Philip A. Harling, Alistair D. N. Edwards
    Pages 5-5
  3. G. J. Sweeney, A. C. Downton
    Pages 7-16
  4. M. Bordegoni, G. P. Faconti
    Pages 61-73
  5. P. A. Harling, A. D. N. Edwards
    Pages 75-88
  6. S. Gibet, A. Braffort, C. Collet, F. Forest, R. Gherbi, T. Lebourque
    Pages 89-95
  7. T. Heap, D. Hogg
    Pages 131-139
  8. S. Ben Salem, R. B. Yates
    Pages 155-163
  9. S. Robbe, N. Carbonell, P. Dauchy
    Pages 173-185
  10. J. Cracknell, C. Ramsay, A. Cairns, P. Gregor, I. Ricketts
    Pages 207-215
  11. T. Lebourque, S. Gibet
    Pages 217-225
  12. R. J. Millar, G. F. Crawford
    Pages 235-245
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 247-251

About these proceedings


Progress in Gestural Interaction contains papers presented at the first Gesture Workshop, which was designed to bring together researchers working on gesture-based interfaces and gestural interaction and to provide a forum for the presentation and exchange of ideas and research currently in progress. It encompassed all aspects of gestural interaction, including:- what are gestures?; appropriateness of gestures used in interfaces; interactional issues; suitable applications; sign-language recognition. Papers are presented from the UK, France, Germany, Italy, USA and Ireland to provide an international viewpoint and the book will be of interest to researchers in the fields of gestural interaction, human-computer interaction, multi-modal interfaces, automatic sign language interpretation and pattern recognition. It could also be a useful supplementary text for courses on multi-modal human-computer interaction.


Interaction Interface human-computer interaction (HCI) pattern pattern recognition

Editors and affiliations

  • Philip A. Harling
    • 1
  • Alistair D. N. Edwards
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of YorkYorkUK

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