Books in category Computers – Virtual Worlds

  • Researching Virtual Worlds

    Researching Virtual Worlds
    Louise Phillips, Ursula Plesner

    This volume presents a wide range of methodological strategies that are designed to take into account the complex, emergent, and continually shifting character of virtual worlds.

  • Virtual Coach Virtual Mentor

    Virtual Coach, Virtual Mentor
    David Clutterbuck, Zulfi Hussain

    Virtual Coach, Virtual Mentor provides a wide variety of perspectives on a rapidly growing phenomenon.

  • Boundedness and Self Organized Semantics Theory and Applications

    Boundedness and Self-Organized Semantics: Theory and Applications
    Koleva, Maria K.

    "This book enhances the understanding of the theoretical framework and leading principles of boundedness, aiming to bridge the gap between biology, artificial intelligence, and physics"–Provided by publisher.

  • A Theory of Computer Semiotics

    A Theory of Computer Semiotics
    Peter Bøgh Andersen

    This book introduces basic traditional semiotic concepts and adapts them so that they become useful for analyzing and designing computer systems in their symbolic context of work.

  • User Centered Technology

    User-Centered Technology
    Robert R. Johnson

    The central portion of the book elaborates on user-centered theory by defining three focal issues of the theory: user knowledge, human-technology interaction, and technological determinism.

  • Ayo s Adventures Tales of My Journeys Through the Second Life Virtual World

    Ayo’s Adventures. Tales of My Journeys Through the Second Life Virtual World
    Françoise Sabard

    This is the story of the life and experiences of Fran's avatar, Ayo.

  • Web Usage Analysis and User Profiling

    Web Usage Analysis and User Profiling
    Brij Masand

    This book is the first one entirely devoted to Web usage mining. It originates from the WEBKDD'99 Workshop held during the 1999 KDD Conference.

  • Medicine Meets Virtual Reality

    Medicine Meets Virtual Reality
    James D. Westwood

    Electronic tools provide the means to revolutionise diagnosis, treatment and education. The book demonstrates what new tools can improve the care of their female patients.

  • Going Virtual

    Going Virtual
    Paul M. Hildreth

    Aiming to show how more subtle kinds of knowledge can be managed in a distributed international environment, this text describes academic work in the field of knowledge management.

  • Virtual Storytelling Using Virtual Reality Technologies for Volume 1

    Virtual Storytelling. Using Virtual Reality Technologies for …, Volume 1
    Olivier Balet, Gerard Subsol, Patrice Torguet

    This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the first International Conference on Virtual Storytelling, ICVS 2001, held in Avignon, France, in September 2001.

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