Crisler, K; Turner, T; Aftelak, A; Visciola, M; Steinhage, A; Anneroth, M; ... Zucchella, A; + view all Crisler, K; Turner, T; Aftelak, A; Visciola, M; Steinhage, A; Anneroth, M; Rantzer, M; von Niman, B; Sasse, M; Tscheligi, M; Kalliokulju, S; Dainesi, E; Zucchella, A; - view fewer (2004) Considering the User in the Wireless World. IEEE Communications Magazine , 42 (9) 56 - 62. 10.1109/MCOM.2004.1336721.
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The near future promises significant advances in communication capabilities, but one of the keys to success is the capability understanding of the people with regards to its value and usage. In considering the role of the user in the wireless world of the future, the Human Perspective Working Group (WG1) of the Wireless World Research Forum has gathered input and developed positions in four important areas: methods, processes, and best practices for user-centered research and design; reference frameworks for modeling user needs within the context of wireless systems; user scenario creation and analysis; and user interaction technologies. This article provides an overview of WG1's work in these areas that are critical to ensuring that the future wireless world meets and exceeds the expectations of people in the coming decades.
|Title:||Considering the User in the Wireless World|
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