I love LaTeX

LaTeX (pronounced lay-tech) is a free word processing tool that can be easily downloaded from the Internet. It has been around for at least 20 years but is only now making its way into the mainstream. LaTeX is as equally addictive to academics as its namesake is to fetishists. Continue reading “I love LaTeX”

Publications

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  • Stalker-Firth, R. (2007), Inside Your Users’ Minds: The Cultural Probe, Issue 234, A List Apart.
  • Stalker-Firth, R. (2007) Card Sort Analysis: Anyone for a game of cards, Digital Web Magazine, (or here).
  • [pdf] Stalker-Firth, R. (2003), Designing web usability, Checklist for the Chartered Institute of Management
  • [pdf] Stalker-Firth, R. (2003), Ensuring web accessibility, Checklist for the Chartered Institute of Management.
  • [pdf] Stalker-Firth, R. (2003), Using software for accessibility and usability, Checklist for the Chartered Institute of Management.
  • [pdf] Stalker-Firth, R. (2003), Usability tools and techniques,Checklist for the Chartered Institute of Management.
  • [pdf] Stalker-Firth, R. (2003), Measuring and increasing website return on investment,Checklist for the Chartered Institute of Management.
  • Stalker I., Stalker-Firth, R., Fraga, E. (2003), Engineer-Computer Interaction for Automated Process Design in COGents, ESCAPE 13, August, Finland
  • [pdf] Stalker, R., and Smith, I. (2002), Structural Monitoring using Engineer-Computer Interaction, Special Edition, Human-computer Interaction in Engineering Contexts, Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 16, 203-18
  • [pdf] Stalker, R. (2002), A function behaviour structure framework for the lifecycle of an artefact, Creativity and Cognition 4, 14-16 October, Loughborough University, U.K. (withdrawn)
  • Stalker, R. and Anumba, C. (2002), Interface Design for Collaborative Virtual Teams, 9th International Workshop of the European Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering (EG-ICE former EG-SEA-AI), 1-3 August, Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
  • [pdf] Stalker, R.A. (2000), Engineer-Computer Interaction for Structural Monitoring, Ph.D. Thesis No. 2199, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne
  • [pdf] Stalker, R. and Smith, I. (1999), An interactive toolkit for structural monitoring, Artificial Intelligence in Structural Engineering, Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Techniczne, Warsaw, 1999, pp 189-198.
  • Stalker, R. and Smith, I. (1998) Structural Monitoring Support through Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence in Structural Engineering, Computer Science, LNAI 1454, Springer, Heidelberg, 1998, 479-483
  • Stalker, R. and Smith, I. (1998), Structural Monitoring: Decision-Support through Multiple-Data Interpretation, Artificial Intelligence in Structural Engineering, Computer Science, LNAI 1454, Springer, Heidelberg, 1998, 474-478
  • Lottaz, C., Stalker, R., and Smith, I. (1998), Constraint solving and preference activation for interactive design&, Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing,12,13-27
  • Smith, I., Stalker, R., and Lottaz, C. (1996), Creating Design Objects From Cases for Interactive Spatial Composition, AID’96, Artificial Intelligence in Design’96, Kluwer, Academic Publishers, 97-116.
  • Stalker, R.(1996), The design and development of IDIOM-GUI Graphical User Interface for Interactive Design Using Intelligent Objects and Models,Technical Report No 96/211, Departement d’Informatique, EPFL
  • Ayel, M.C., and Stalker, R.A. (1995), Mutants in the KBS Testing Process, EUROVAV-95, European Symposium on the Validation and Verification of Knowledge Based Systems, St-Baldolph, France, 7-18