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Thomas Green
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Books And Theses

Conceptual modeling for user interface development,
David Benyon, Thomas Green, Diana Bental,
Practitioner series 1999, I-XII, 1-187

Articles

Using bacterial adhesins to direct human stem cells to the myocardium,
Wenjin Xiao, Thomas Green , Xiaowen Liang, Guillaume Perry, Rosalia Cuahtecontzi Delint, Haolu Wang, Robert Barker, Kris Le Vay, Michael Roberts, Paul Race, Adam Perriman,
Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Society World Congress 2018 2018, Kyoto, Japan
Leveraging Inter-domain Stability for BGP Dynamics Analysis,
Thomas Green , Anthony Lambert, Cristel Pelsser, Dario Rossi ,
PAM 2018, Berlin, Germany, 203-215
Spam Users Identification in Wikipedia Via Editing Behavior,
Thomas Green , Francesca Spezzano,
ICWSM 2017, 532-535
Redesigning the circuit layouts act 1989 (Cth) in anticipation of maker or remix culture and 3D printing of circuit boards,
Thomas Green ,
ISTAS 2017, 1-8
Scalable spectrum situational awareness using devices of opportunity,
Jeffrey Connor, Thomas Green, Aleksandar Jovancevic, John Koss, Rajesh Krishnan, Marissa C. Norko, William Ogle, John Weinfield,
MILCOM 2012, 1-5
The Abstract is an Enemy - Alternative Perspectives to Computational Thinking,
Alan F. Blackwell, Luke Church, Thomas Green,
PPIG 2008, 5
Knowledge Representation Environments - An Investigation of the CASSMs between Creators, Composers and Consumers,
Ann Blandford, Thomas Green, Iain Connell, Tony Rose,
EHCI/DS-VIS 2007, 53-70
The Hindsight Saga,
Thomas Green,
PPIG 2006, 7
The Hierarchical Federation Architecture for the Interoperability of ROK and US Simulations,
Seung-Lyeol Cha, Thomas Green, Chong-Ho Lee, Cheong Youn,
AIS 2004, 147-156
Teaching Children Brackets by Manipulating Trees - Is Easier Harder?,
Thomas Green, Andrew G. Harrop, Vania Dimitrova,
Diagrams 2004, 407-414
Formalising an Understanding of User-System Misfits,
Ann Blandford, Thomas Green, Iain Connell,
EHCI/DS-VIS 2004, 253-270
Cognitive models of programming-like activity,
Alan F. Blackwell, Peter Robinson, Chris Roast, Thomas Green,
CHI Extended Abstracts 2002, 910-911
Arenas of Interest in Designing a Notation - How Far do Cognitive Dimensions Go?,
Thomas Green,
PPIG 2002, 17
Cognitive Dimensions of Notations - Design Tools for Cognitive Technology,
Alan F. Blackwell, Carol Britton, Anna Louise Cox, Thomas Green, Corin A. Gurr, Gada F. Kadoda, Maria Kutar, Martin Loomes, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv, Marian Petre, Chris Roast, Chris Roe, Allan Wong, R. Michael Young,
Cognitive Technology 2001, 325-341
Configuration Management Culture as the Kernel to Success in Software Process Improvement Efforts,
Thomas Green, Kenneth M. Anderson,
EWSPT 2001, 236-241
Instructions and Descriptions - some cognitive aspects of programming and similar activities,
Thomas Green,
Advanced Visual Interfaces 2000, 21-28
WYSIWYT testing in the spreadsheet paradigm - an empirical evaluation,
Karen J. Rothermel, Curtis R. Cook, Margaret M. Burnett, Justin Schonfeld, Thomas Green, Gregg Rothermel,
ICSE 2000, 230-239
A Cognitive Dimensions questionnaire optimised for users,
Alan F. Blackwell, Thomas Green,
PPIG 2000, 10
Using the Cognitive Walkthrough to Improve the Design of a Visual Programming Experiment,
Thomas Green, Margaret M. Burnett, Andrew Jensen Ko, Karen J. Rothermel, Curtis R. Cook, Justin Schonfeld,
VL 2000, 172-179
Investment of attention as an analytic approach to cognitive dimensions,
Alan F. Blackwell, Thomas Green,
PPIG 1999, 5
Does Metaphor Increase Visual Language Usability?,
Alan F. Blackwell, Thomas Green,
VL 1999, 246-253
1997 Visual Programming Challenge Summary,
Allen L. Ambler, Thomas Green, Takayuki Dan Kimura, Alexander Repenning, Trevor J. Smedley,
VL 1997, 11-18
The Visual Vision and Human Cognition,
Thomas Green,
VL 1996, 2
Looking through HCI,
Thomas Green,
BCS HCI 1995, 21-36
Displays as data structures - entity-relationship models of information artefacts,
Thomas Green, David Benyon,
INTERACT 1995, 55-60
Programming plans, imagery, and visual programming,
Thomas Green, R. Navarro,
INTERACT 1995, 139-144
Visual Programming in a Visual Domain - A Case Study of Cognitive Dimensions,
Francesmary Modugno, Thomas Green, Brad A. Myers,
BCS HCI 1994, 91-108
Spelling mistakes - how well do correctors perform?,
David G. Hendry, Thomas Green,
INTERCHI Adjunct Proceedings 1993, 83-84
From PLOP to PLITH - A Cognitive Model of Programming Pointer Problems,
Thomas Green, Magnus Baurén, Marian Petre,
PPIG 1992, 21
Improving the Communicability of Spreadsheet Desgins - Annotating with Descriptive Tags,
David G. Hendry, Thomas Green, David J. Gilmore, Simon P. Davies,
PPIG 1992, 19
The cognitive dimension of viscosity - A sticky problem for HCI,
Thomas Green,
INTERACT 1990, 79-86
The generalized unification parser - Modelling the parsing of notations,
Thomas Green, Andrea Borning,
INTERACT 1990, 951-957
Where to draw the line with text - Some claims by logic designers about graphics in notation,
Marian Petre, Thomas Green,
INTERACT 1990, 463-468
Programmable user models for predictive evaluation of interface designs,
Richard M. Young, Thomas Green, Tony J. Simon,
CHI 1989, 15-19
Limited theories as framework for human-computer interaction,
Thomas Green,
Informatics and Psychology Workshop 1987, 3-39
Cognitive Ergonomic Research at SAPU, Sheffield,
Thomas Green,
Cognitive Ergonomics 1984, 102-113
Introduction,
Gerrit C. van der Veer, Michael J. Tauber, Thomas Green, Peter Gorny,
Cognitive Ergonomics 1984, 1-6

Journal articles

A salinity sensor system for estuary studies,
Thanh-Tung Pham, Thomas Green, Jonathan Chen, Phuong Truong, Aditya Vaidya, Linda Bushnell,
NHM 2009, 381-392
The influence of DeltaFosB in the nucleus accumbens on natural reward-related behavior,
Deanna Wallace, Vincent Vialou, Loretta Rios, Tiffany Carle-Florence, Sumana Chakravarty, Arvind Kumar, Danielle Graham, Thomas Green, Anne Kirk, Sergio Iñiguez, Linda Perrotti, Michel Barrot, Ralph Dileone, Eric Nestler, Carlos Bolaños-Guzmán,
Journal of Neuroscience 2008
Scoping Analytical Usability Evaluation Methods - A Case Study,
Ann E. Blandford, Joanne K. Hyde, Thomas Green, Iain Connell,
Human-Computer Interaction 2008, 278-327
Evaluating system utility and conceptual fit using CASSM,
Ann Blandford, Thomas Green, Dominic Furniss, Stephann Makri,
Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 2008, 393-409
Aims, achievements, agenda - where CDs stand now,
Thomas Green,
J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 2006, 288-291
Cognitive dimensions - Achievements, new directions, and open questions,
Thomas Green, Ann Blandford, Luke Church, Chris R. Roast, S. Clarke,
J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 2006, 328-365
Editorial,
Marian Petre, Thomas Green,
Computer Science Education 2005, 3-5
CASSM and cognitive walkthrough - usability issues with ticket vending machines,
Iain Connell, Ann Blandford, Thomas Green,
Behaviour & IT 2004, 307-320
Improving the Design of Visual Programming Language Experiments Using Cognitive Walkthroughs,
Andrew Jensen Ko, Margaret M. Burnett, Thomas Green, Karen J. Rothermel, Curtis R. Cook,
J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 2002, 517-544
Group and Individual Time Management Tools - What You Get is Not What You Need,
Ann Blandford, Thomas Green,
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 2001, 213-230
Performance of split-window multipass-mean noise spectral estimators,
Jeffrey H. Shapiro, Thomas Green,
IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronic Systems 2000, 1360-1370
Psychological Evaluation of Two Conditional Constructions Used in Computer Languages,
Max E. Sime, Thomas Green, D. J. Guest,
Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 1999, 125-133
The skull beneath the skin - entity-relationship models of information artifacts,
Thomas Green, D. R. Benyon,
Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 1996, 801-828
Delivering Cognitive Psychology to HCI - The Problems of Common Language and of Knowledge Transfer,
Thomas Green, Simon P. Davies, David J. Gilmore,
Interacting with Computers 1996, 89-111
Usability Analysis of Visual Programming Environments - A 'Cognitive Dimensions' Framework,
Thomas Green, Marian Petre,
J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 1996, 131-174
Are Objects That Important? Effects of Expertise and Familiarity on Classification of Object-Oriented Code,
Simon P. Davies, David J. Gilmore, Thomas Green,
Human-Computer Interaction 1995, 227-248
Creating, comprehending and explaining spreadsheets - a cognitive interpretation of what discretionary users think of the spreadsheet model,
David G. Hendry, Thomas Green,
Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 1994, 1033-1065
"User Interface Design," by H. Thimbleby (Book Review),
Thomas Green,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1993, 1049-1055
CogMap - a Visual Description Language for Spreadsheets,
David G. Hendry, Thomas Green,
J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 1993, 35-54
Learning to Read Graphics - Some Evidence that 'Seeing' an Information Display is an Acquired Skill,
Marian Petre, Thomas Green,
J. Vis. Lang. Comput. 1993, 55-70
Towards a cognitive browser for OOPS,
Thomas Green, David J. Gilmore, B. B. Blumenthal, Simon P. Davies, Russel L. Winder,
Int. J. Hum. Comput. Interaction 1992, 1-34
Book Review - "Human Factors and Typography for More Readable Programs, " by R. M. Baecker and A. Marcus,
Thomas Green,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1992, 897-899
Book Review - "Visual Programming, " by N. C. Shu,
Thomas Green,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1991, 271-272
The Structure of Command Languages - An Experiment on Task-Action Grammar,
Stephen J. Payne, Thomas Green,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1989, 213-234
Task-Action Grammars - A Model of the Mental Representation of Task Languages,
Stephen J. Payne, Thomas Green,
Human-Computer Interaction 1986, 93-133
Comprehension and Recall of Miniature Programs,
David J. Gilmore, Thomas Green,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1984, 31-48
Guest Editorial - Cognitive Ergonomics Research at SAPU, Sheffield,
Thomas Green,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1984, 1-6
Organization and Learnability in Computer Languages,
Thomas Green, Stephen J. Payne,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1984, 7-18
Speech-Controlled Text-Editing - Effects of Input Modality and of Command Structure,
D. L. Morrison, Thomas Green, A. C. Shaw, Stephen J. Payne,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1984, 49-63
Perceptual Structure Cueing in a Simple Command Language,
Stephen J. Payne, Max E. Sime, Thomas Green,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1984, 19-29
If s and Then s - Is Nesting just for the Birds?,
Thomas Green,
Softw., Pract. Exper. 1980, 373-381
Jumping to Some Purpose,
Andrew T. Arblaster, Max E. Sime, Thomas Green,
Comput. J. 1979, 105-109
Reducing Programming Errors in Nested Conditionals by Prescribing a Writing Procedure,
Max E. Sime, Andrew T. Arblaster, Thomas Green,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1977, 119-126
Scope Marking in Computer Conditionals - A Psychological Evaluation,
Max E. Sime, Thomas Green, D. J. Guest,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1977, 107-118
An Easily-Implemented Language for Computer Control of Complex Experiments,
Thomas Green, D. J. Guest,
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 1974, 335-359

Editorship

Readings on Cognitive Ergonomics - Mind and Computers, Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference, Gmunden, Austria, September 10-14, 1984,
Gerrit C. van der Veer, Michael J. Tauber, Thomas Green, Peter Gorny,
['Cognitive Ergonomics', 'Lecture Notes in Computer Science'] 1984