CURRICULUM VITAE

William Buxton

http://www.billbuxton.com
(November 19thth, 2013)
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS



PERSONAL INFORMATION

Name: William Arthur Stewart Buxton
Birth: March 10, 1949
Place: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Citizenship: Canadian
Languages: Native: English; Working: French, Basic: German, Dutch
Marital Status: Married, 3 Children
Address:  Available on request.

Recent Employment History:

  1. Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research (Dec. 2005 - present)
  2. Principal, Buxton Design (Dec. 2002 - Dec. 2005) 
  3. Lecturer, Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto.(Sept. - Dec. 2004)
  4. Chief Scientist - Silicon Graphics Inc., Mountain View, CA. (Nov. 1996 - Dec. 2002)
  5. Chief Scientist, Alias | Wavefront Inc., Toronto, Ontario.(June 1994 - Dec. 2002)
  6. Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto.(1994-present)
  7. Senior Research Consultant, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, Palo Alto, CA. (June 1989 - June 1994)
  8. Research Scientist, Rank Xerox EuroPARC, Cambridge England.  (June 1987 - 1989)
  9. Associate Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto.(1987-1994)
  10. Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.  (September 1980 - 1987)


EDUCATION & DEGREES



TECHNICAL ADVISORY BOARDS/COMMITTESS



PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND ASSOCIATIONS



TEACHING EXPERIENCE



SELECTED CONSULTING EXPERIENCE



MISC. HONOURS & DISTINCTIONS



SELECTED INVITED LECTURES, EXHIBITIONS, etc.



PATENTS & INVENTION DISCLOSURES

Issued Patents

  1. Agarwal, A., Criminisi, A., Buxton, B.,Blake, A., Fitzgibbon, A., Remote Workspace Sharing, US Patent 8,125,510, February 28, 2012.
  2. Balakrishnan, R., Buxton, W., Fitzmaurice, G. & Kurtenbach, G., Digital tape drawing system  US Patent 7,102,642 Sept. 5, 2006.
  3. Balakrishnan, R., Buxton, W., Fitzmaurice, G. & Kurtenbach, G., Digital tape drawing system  US Patent 6,642,927,  November 4, 2003.
  4. Baudel, T., Buxton, W., Fitzmaurice, G., Harrison, B., Kurtenbach, G. & Owen, R., Clickaround tool-based graphical interface with two cursors. US Patent 5,666,499, Sept. 9, 1997.
  5. Baudel, Thomas, Fitzmaurice, George, Buxton; William, Kurtenbach, Gordon, Tappen, Charles, Liepe, Peter, Drawing system using design guidesUS Patent 6,377,240, April 23, 2002.
  6. Bier; Eric A., Buxton; William A. S., User interface having movable sheet with click-through tools, US Patent 5,581,670, Dec. 3, 1996.
  7. Bier, Eric A., Buxton; William A. S. & Stone; Maureen C., User interface having click-through tools that can be composed with other tools. US Patent 5,617,114, April 1, 1997.
  8. Buxton; William Arthur Stewart Bell; Jeffrey Allen. System for maintaining orientation of a user interface as a display changes orientation, US Patent 6,115,025, Sept. 5, 2000.
  9. Buxton, W. & Bier, Eric A. User interface having simultaneously movable tools and cursor, US Patent 5,798,752, Aug. 25, 1998.
  10. Buxton, W. & Fitzmaurice, G.W., System for editing time-based temporal digital media including a pointing device toggling between temporal and translation-rotation modes, US Patent 5,790,769, Aug. 4, 1998.
  11. Buxton, W. & Fitzmaurice, G.W., User interface system and method for controlling playback time-based temporal digital mediaUS Patent 6,191,784, Feb. 20, 2001.
  12. Buxton, W. & Kurtenbach, G. (2000). Graphical keyboard.  US Patent 6,094,197, July 25, 2000.
  13. Buxton, William A.S.; Harrison, Beverly L.; Vicente, Kim J.; Graphical user interface with optimal transparency thresholds for maximizing user performance and system efficiency, US Patent 6,118,427, Sept. 12, 2000.
  14. Fitzmaurice, G. & Buxton, W., Temporal data control systemUS Patent 5,973,669, Oct. 26, 1999.
  15. Fitzmaurice, G., Kurtenbach, G., Buxton, W. & Pieke, R.,  Pen Mouse System, US Patent 7,242,387, July 10, 2007.
  16. Freed, Robert M., Buxton, William A.S., Johnson, Margaret.  Electronic PenUS Patent D565,653, April 1, 2008.
  17. Freed, Robert M., Buxton, William A. S., Johnson, Margaret & Winsor, Margaret.  Electronic TabletUS Patent D578,117, Oct. 7, 2008.
  18. Grossman, T., Baudisch, P., Hinckley, K.P., Buxton, W.A.S., & Sarin, R., Handle Flags. US Patent 8,171,431,B2, May 1, 2012.
  19. Harrison, B., Buxton, W., &  Zhai, S., Graphical user interface with anti-interference outlines for enhanced variably-transparent applications, US Patent 6,317,128, November 13, 2001.
  20. Huitema; Christian, Buxton; William A. S., Paff; John E., Liu; Zicheng, Hegde; Rajesh Kutpadi, Zhang; Zhengyou, Quinn; Kori Marie, Li; Jin, Pahud; Michel. Ambulatory Presence Features, US Patent 8,253,774, August 28, 2012.
  21. Izadi, Shahram, Hall, Malcolm , Hodges, Stephen E., Buxton, William, & Butler, David Alexander. Unique identification of devices using color detection, US Patent 7,884,734, Feb. 8, 2011.
  22. Pahud, Michel, Buxton, William & Cunnington, Sharon, Parametric Font AnimationUS Patent 8,542,237, Sept. 24, 2013.

Invention Disclosures

  1. Buxton, W. (1994). Combined keyboard / touch tablet input device, Xerox Disclosure Journal, 19(2), 109-111.
  2. Buxton, W. (1994). Two-handed Document Navigation, Xerox Disclosure Journal, 19(2), 103-108.


PUBLICATIONS AND MONOGRAPHS

Refereed Journal Publications

  1. Izadi, Shahram, Hodges, Steve, Butler, Alex, West, Darren, Rrustemi, Alban & Buxton, William (2009). ThinSight: A Thin Form-Factor Interactive Surface Technology.  Communications of the ACM, 52(12), 90-98.
  2. Buxton, William (2005). Graphically Speaking: Thoughts on the State of 3D CG in Film and Video. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 25(3), 80-83.
  3. Kasik, David, Buxton, William & Ferguson, David (2005).  Ten CAD Challenges. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 25(2), 81-92.
  4. Fitzmaurice, G.W.,  Khan, A., Buxton, W., Kurtenbach, G. & Balakrishnan, R. (2003). Sentient Data Access via a Diverse Society of Devices. ACM Queue, 1(8), 53-62.  [video1][video2][video3]
  5. Buxton, W., Fitzmaurice, G.  Balakrishnan, R. &  Kurtenbach, G. (2000). Large Displays in Automotive Design.  IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 20(4), 68-75.
  6. Leganchuk, A., Zhai, S.& Buxton, W. (1998). Manual and Cognitive Benefits of Two-Handed Input: An Experimental Study. Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, 5(4), 326-359.
  7. Cooperstock, J., Fels, S., Buxton, W. & Smith, K.C. (1997).Reactive environments: Throwing away your keyboard and mouse, Communications of the Association of Computing Machinery (CACM), 40(9), 65-73.
  8. Buxton, W. (1996). PC et TV vont dans une inforoute . La Recherce, Spring, March 1996. (In French), 54-57. Also appears (in Spanish) as Buxton, W. (1996). PC y TV van por una Infovia, Mundo Cientifico, 440-443, and in English as Buxton, W. (1996). Absorbing and Squeezing Out: On Sponges and Ubiquitous Computing, Proceedings of the International Broadcasting Symposium, November 13-16, Tokyo, 91-96.
  9. Kasik, David, Buxton, William & Ferguson, David (2005).  Ten CAD Challenges. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 25(2), 81-92.
  10. Mathias, E., MacKenzie, I.S. & Buxton, W. (1996). One-handed touch typing on a qwerty keyboard. Human Computer Interaction, 11(1), 1-27.
  11. Zhai, S., Buxton, W. & Milgram, P. (1996) The partial-occlusion effect: Utilizing semitransparency in 3D human-computer interaction ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 3(3), 254-284.
  12. Buxton, W. (1994). Metaphors that keep us on the periphery. Human Computer Interaction, 9(1), 50-52.
  13. MacKenzie, I.S. & Buxton, W. (1994). Prediction of pointing and dragging times in graphical user interfaces, Interacting With Computers, 6(4), 213-227.
  14. Kurtenbach, G., Moran, T. & Buxton, W. (1994). Contextual animation of gestural commands. Computer Graphics Forum, 13(5), 305-314.
  15. Kurtenbach, G., Sellen, A. & Buxton, W. (1993). An empirical evaluation of some articulatory and cognitive aspects of "marking menus." Human Computer Interaction, 8(1),. 1-23.
  16. Sellen, A., Kurtenbach, G. & Buxton, W. (1992). The prevention of mode errors through sensory feedback. Human Computer Interaction, 7(2), 141-164.
  17. Buxton, W. (1989). Introduction to this special issue on nonspeech audio. Human Computer Interaction, 4(1), 1-9.
  18. Buxton, W. (1988). The Natural Language of Interaction: A Perspective on Non-Verbal Dialogues, INFOR: Canadian Journal of Operations Research and Information Processing, 26(4), 428-438.
  19. Olsen, D. R., Buxton, W., Ehrich, R., Kasik, D., Rhyne, J. & Sibert, J. (1984). A Context for User Interface Management. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 4(12), 33-42.
  20. Buxton, W. (1983). Lexical and Pragmatic Considerations of Input Structures. Computer Graphics, 17 (1), 31-37.
  21. Buxton, W. (1983), The Human Computer Interface. In Thomas, J. & Hamlin, G. (Eds.), Graphical Input Interaction Technique (GIIT) Workshop Summary. Computer Graphics 17(1), 5-30.
  22. Buxton, W., Patel, S., Reeves, W. & Baecker, R. (1982). Objed and the Design of Timbral Resources. Computer Music Journal 6(2), 323-44. [video]
  23. Buxton, W., Patel, S., Reeves, W., & Baecker, R. (1981). Scope in Interactive Score Editors. Computer Music Journal 5(3), 50-56. [video]
  24. Buxton, W., Reeves, W., Fedorkow, G., Smith, K. C., & Baecker, R. (1980). A Microcomputer-Based Conducting System. Computer Music Journal 4(1), 8-21.  [video]
  25. Buxton, W., Sniderman, R., Reeves, W., Patel, S. & Baecker, R. (1979). The Evolution of the SSSP Score Editing Tools.Computer Music Journal 3(4), 14-25. [PDF]  [video]
  26. Buxton, W., Fogels, A., Fedorkow, G., Sasaki, L., & Smith, K. C. (1978). An Introduction to the SSSP Digital Synthesizer. Computer Music Journal (4), 28-38. [videos]
  27. Buxton, W., Reeves, W., Baecker, R., & Mezei, L. (1978). The Use of Hierarchy and Instance in a Data Structure for Computer Music. Computer Music Journal 2(4), 10-20. [videos]
  28. Fedorkow, G., Buxton, W. & Smith, K. C. (1978). A Computer Controlled Sound Distribution System for the Performance of Electroacoustic Music. Computer Music Journal 2(3), 33-42.
  29. Buxton, W. (1977). A Composer's Introduction to Computer Music. Interface, 6, 57-72. French translation: Les ordinateurs et le compositeur: une introductiongenerale. Revue FAIRE 4/5: 15-20. Italian translation in: Polo, N. (Ed.) Musica e Elaboratore,Venice, Laboratorio perminante per l'Informatica Musicale della Biennale di Venezia.

Refereed Conference Papers

  1. Hinckley, K., Bi, X., Pahud, M., Buxton, B. (2012). Informal information gathering techniques for active reading. Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI'12, 1893 - 1896.
  2. Tang, Tony, Pahud, Michel, Carpendale, Sheelagh & Buxton, Bill (2010).  VisTACO: Visualizing Tabletop CollaborationInternational Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS '10), 29-38.
  3. Buxton, Bill (2010).  A Touching Story: A Personal Perspective on the History of Touch Interfaces Past and Future Society for Information Display (SID) Symposium Digest of Technical Papers, May 2010, Volume 41(1), Session 31, 444-448.
  4. Hinckley, K., Yatani, K., Pahud, M., Coddington, N., Rodenhouse, J., Wilson, A., Benko, H. & Buxton, B. (2010). Pen + Touch = New Tools. Proceedings of the 23nd annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology (UIST'10), 27-36.
  5. Hinckley, Ken, Pahud, Michel, & Buxton, Bill (2010). Direct Display Interaction via Simultaneous Pen + Multi-touch InputSociety for Information Display (SID) Symposium Digest of Technical Papers, May 2010, Volume 41(1), Session 38, 537-540.
  6. Hinckley, Ken,Yatani, Koji, Pahud, Michel, Coddington, Nicole, Rodenhouse, Jenny, Wilson, Andy, Benko, Hrvoje  & Buxton, Bill (2010).   Manual deskterity: an exploration of simultaneous pen + touch direct input.  CHI EA '10: Proceedings of the 28th of the international conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems,
  7. Tang, Anthony, Pahud, Michel, Inkpen, Kori, Benko, Hrvoje, Tang, John C. & Buxton, Bill (2010). Three's Company: Understanding Communication Channels in Three-Way Distributed Collaboration. CSCW '10: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 271-280.
  8. Greenberg, S. & Buxton, B. (2008).  Usability Considered Harmful (Some of the Time)Proceedings of the 2008 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI'08, 111-120.
  9. Hodges, Steve, Izadi, Shahram, Butler, Alex, Rrustemi, Alban & Buxton, Bill (2007). ThinSight: Versatile Multi-touch Sensing for Thin Form-factor DisplaysProceedings of the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST'07), 259 - 268.
  10. Izadi, S., Hodges, S., Butler, A., Rrustemi, A. & Buxton, B. (2007).  ThinSight:  Integrated Optical Multi-Touch Sensing Through Thin Form-Factor DisplaysProceedings of the 2007 Workshop on Emerging Displays Technologies:  Images and Beyond:  The Future of Displays and Interaction EDT '07,Paper 6.
  11. Tohidi, M., Buxton, W., Baecker, R. & Sellen, A. (2006).  User Sketches:  A Quick, Inexpensive, and Effective way to Elicit More reflective User FeedbackProceedings of NordiCHI 2006, 105-114.
  12. Tohidi, M., Buxton, W., Baecker, R. & Sellen, A. (2006). Getting the Right Design and the Design Right: Testing Many Is Better Than One. Proceedings of the 2006 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI'06, 1243-1252.
  13. Forlines, C., Shen, C. & Buxton, W. (2005). Glimpse: a Novel Input Model for Multi-Level Devices. Proceedings of the 2005 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI'05 - Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems,  1375-1378. (Note, paper at above link has corrections not in the version that appeared in the proceedings.)
  14. Owen, R., Kurtenbach, G., Fitzmaurice, G., Baudel, T. & Buxton, W. (2005). When it Gets More Difficult, Use Both Hhands - Exploring Bimanual Curve Manipulation. Proceedings of Graphics Interface, GI'05, 17-24..
  15. Buxton. W. (2003). Performance by Design:  The Role of  Design in Software Product Development. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Usage-Centered Design. Portsmouth, NH, 26-29 October 2003, 1-15.
  16. Fitzmaurice,  G., Khan, A.,  Pieké, R., Buxton, W. & Kurtenbach, G. (2003). Tracking Menus. Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST'03). [video]
  17. Grossman, T., Balakrishnan, R., Kurtenbach, G., Fitzmaurice, G, Khan, A. & Buxton, W. (2002). Creating Principal 3D Curves with Digital Tape DrawingProceedings of the 2002 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI'02,  121-128.
  18. Tsang, M, Fitzmaurice, G., Kurtenbach, G., Khan, A. & Buxton, W. (2002). Boom Chameleon:  SImultaneous capture of 3D viewpoint, voice and gesture annotations on a spatially-aware display.  Proceedings of the 2002 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST'02), 111-120.  Summary  in (2003) ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG), 22(3), 698. [video]
  19. Grossman, T., Balakrishnan, R., Kurtenbach, G., Fitzmaurice, G, Khan, A. & Buxton, W. (2001). Interaction techniques for 3D modeling on large displays.   Proceedings of the 2001ACM Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics, 17-23.  [video]
  20. Fitzmaurice, G., Balakrishnan, R., Kurtenbach, G. & Buxton, W. (1999). An exploration into supporting artwork orientation in the user interface. Proceedings of the 1999 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI '99, 167-174.
  21. Balakrishnan, R., Fitzmaurice, G., Kurtenbach, G., & Buxton, W. (1999).Digital tape drawing. Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST'99), 161-169. [video]
  22. Narine, T., Leganchuk, A., Mantei, M. & Buxton, W. (1997). Collaboration awareness and its use to consolidate a disperse group. Proccedings of Interact '97, Sydney, Austrailia, Juy, 1997.
  23. Kurtenbach, G., Fitzmaurice, G., Baudel, T. & Buxton, W. (1997). The design and evaluation of a GUI paradigm based on tabets, two-hands, and transparency. Proceedings of the 1997 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI '97, 35-42. [video]
  24. Fitzmaurice, G. & Buxton, W. (1997). An empirical evaluation of graspable user interfaces: Towards specialized space-multiplexed input. Proceedings of the 1997 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI '97, 43-50. [video]
  25. Zhai, S., Milgram, P. & Buxton, W. (1996). The influence of muscle groups on performance of multiple degree-of-freedom input. Proceeding of CHI '96, 308-315.
  26. Yamaashi, K., Cooperstock , J., Narine, T. & Buxton, W. (1996).Beating the limitations of camera-monitor mediated telepresence with extra eyes.Proceeding of CHI '96, 50-57. [video]
  27. Buxton, W. (1995). Integrating the Periphery and Context: A New Model of Telematics Proceedings of Graphics Interface '95, 239-246.
  28. Cooperstock, J., Tanikoshi, K., Beirne, G., Narine, T., Buxton, W. (1995).Evolution of a Reactive Environment Proceedings of CHI'95, 170-177.
  29. Fitzmaurice, G.W., Ishii, H. & Buxton, W. (1995). Bricks: Laying the Foundations for Graspable User Interfaces Proceedings of CHI'95, 442-449.
  30. Gujar, A.,  Daya, S., Cooperstock, J., Tanikoshi, K. & Buxton, W. (1995). Talking your way around a conference: a speech interface for remote equipment control. Proceedings of the 1995 Conference of the Centre for Advanced Studies on Collaborative Research (CASCON'95), Toronto, November 7-9, 1995.
  31. Harrison, B.L. ,Ishii, H.,Vicente, K. & Buxton, W. (1995).Transparent Layered User Interfaces: An Evaluation of a Display Design Space to Enhance Focused and Divided Attention.Proceedings of CHI'95, 317-324.
  32. Kabbash, P. & Buxton, W. (1995). The "Prince" Technique: Fitts' Law and Selection Using Area Cursors. Proceedings of CHI'95, 273-279.
  33. Kurtenbach, G., Moran, T. & Buxton, W. (1994). Contextural animation of gestural commands. Proceedings of Graphics Interface '94, 83-90.
  34. Bier, E., Stone, M., Fishkin, K., Buxton, W. & Baudel, T. (1994). A taxonomy of see-through tools.Proceedings of CHI '94, 358-364.
  35. Kabbash, P., Buxton, W.& Sellen, A. (1994). Two-Handed Input in a Compound Task. Proceedings of CHI '94, 417-423.
  36. Kurtenbach, G. & Buxton, W. (1994). User learning and performance with marking menus. Proceedings of CHI '94, 258-264. [video]
  37. Zhai, S., Buxton, W. & Milgram, P. (1994). The "Silk Cursor": Investigating transparency for 3D target acquisitionProceedings of CHI '94, 459-464.
  38. Matias, E., MacKenzie, I.S. & Buxton, W. (1994). Half-QWERTY: Typing with one hand using your two-handed skills, CHI'94 Conference Companion, 51-52.
  39. Hardock, G., Kurtenbach, G., and Buxton, W. (1993). A Marking Based Interface for Collaborative Writing. Proccedings of UIST'93., 259-266. [video]
  40. Bier, E. A., Stone, M., Pier, K., Buxton, W. & DeRose. T. (1993). Toolglass and magic lenses: the see-through interface Proceedings of SIGGRAPH '93, 73-80.
  41. Kabbash, P., MacKenzie, I.S. & Buxton, W. (1993). Human performance using computer input devices in the preferred and non-preferred hands. Proceedings of InterCHI '93, 474-481.
  42. Kurtenbach, G. & Buxton, W. (1993). The limits of expert performance using hierarchic marking menus. Proceedings of InterCHI '93, 482-487.
  43. Matias, E., MacKenzie, I. S., & Buxton, W. (1993). Half-QWERTY: A one-handed keyboard facilitating skill transfer from QWERTY Proceedings of the INTERCHI'93 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 88-94.
  44. Buxton, W. (1992). Telepresence: Integrating Shared Task and Person Spaces . Proceedings of Graphics Interface '92, 123-129. Earlier version appears in Proceedings of Groupware '91, Amsterdam, Oct. 29, 1991, 27-36.
  45. Gaver, W., Moran, T., MacLean, A., Lovstrand, L., Dourish, P., Carter, K. & Buxton, W. (1992). Realizing a video environment: EuroPARC's RAVE System. Proceedings of CHI '92, 27-35.
  46. MacKenzie, S. & Buxton, W. (1992). Extending Fitts' law to two-dimensional tasks Proceedings of CHI '92, 219-226.
  47. Sellen, A., Buxton, W. & Arnott, J. (1992). Using spatial cues to improve videoconferencing. Proceedings of CHI '92, 651-652. Videotape in CHI '92 Video Proceedings. [video]
  48. Baecker, R., Mantei, M., Buxton, W. & Fiume, E. (1991). The University of Toronto Dynamic Graphics Project. Proceedings of CHI '91, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Software, 467-468.
  49. Gaver, W., Moran, T. , MacLean, A., Lovstrand, L., Dourish, P., Carter, K. & Buxton, W. (1991). Working Together in Media Space: CSCW Research at EuroPARC. Proceedings of the Unicom Seminar on Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Multimedia and Networking Paradigm. London, England, 16-17 July.
  50. Kurtenbach, G. & Buxton, W. (1991).Issues in combining marking and direct manipulation techniques. Proceedings of the Fourth ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on User Interface Technology (UIST), 137-144.
  51. MacKenzie, I.S., Sellen, A. & Buxton, W. (1991). A comparison of input devices in elemental pointing and dragging tasks. Proceedings of CHI '91, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Software, 161-166.
  52. Mantei, M., Baecker, R., Sellen, A., Buxton, W., Milligan, T. & Wellman, B. (1991). Experiences in the use of a media space. Proceedings of CHI '91, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Software, 203-208. Reprinted in D. Marca & G. Bock (Eds.)(1992). Groupware: software for computer-supported collaberative work. Los Alamitos, CA.: IEEE Computer Society Press, 372 - 377.
  53. Kurtenbach, G. & Buxton, W. (1991). GEdit: a testbed for editing by contiguous gesture. SIGCHI Bulletin, 23(2), 22 - 26. [video]
  54. Brown, E., Buxton, W. & Murtagh, K. (1990). Windows on tablets as a means of achieving virtual input devices. In D. Diaper et al. (Eds), Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT '90. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland), 675-681. [video]
  55. Buxton, W. (1990). A Three-State Model of Graphical Input. In D. Diaper et al. (Eds), Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT '90. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland), 449-456.
  56. Buxton, W. (1990). Using our ears: an introduction to the use of nonspeech audio cues. In E. Farrell (Ed.). Extracting meaning from complex data: processing, display, interaction. Proceedings of the SPIE, Vol 1259,124-127.
  57. Buxton, W. & Moran, T. (1990). EuroPARC's Integrated Interactive Intermedia Facility (iiif): Early Experience. In S. Gibbs & A.A. Verrijn-Stuart (Eds.). Multi-user interfaces and applications, Proceedings of the IFIP WG 8.4 Conference on Multi-user Interfaces and Applications, Heraklion, Crete. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland), 11-34.
  58. Sellen, A., Kurtenbach, G. & Buxton, W. (1990). The role of visual and kinesthetic feedback in the prevention of mode errors. In D. Diaper et al. (Eds), Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT '90. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland), 667-673.
  59. Buxton, W. (1987). The "Natural" language of interaction: a perspective on non-verbal dialogues. Proceedings of CIPS Edmonton '87: Intelligence Integration, Edmonton, Canadian Information Processing Society, 311- 316.
  60. Buxton, W. (1987). Masters and slaves versus democracy: MIDI and local area networks, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Music and Digital Technology, Audio Engineering Society, Anaheim, CA, May 1-3, 207-219.
  61. Buxton, W. (1986). Chunking and Phrasing and the Design of Human-Computer Dialogues, Proceedings of the IFIP World Computer Congress, Dublin, Ireland, 475-480.
  62. Buxton, W. & Myers, B. (1986). A study in two-handed input. Proceedings of CHI '86, 321-326.[ video]
  63. Myers, B. & Buxton, W. (1986). Creating Highly-Interactive and Graphical User Interfaces by Demonstration, Computer Graphics 20(3), Proceedings of SIGGRAPH '86, 249-258.
  64. Buxton, W., Hill, R. & Rowley, P. (1985). Issues and techniques in touch-sensitive tablet input,Computer Graphics, 19(3), Proceedings of SIGGRAPH'85, 215-223. [video]
  65. Kitamura, J., Buxton, W., Snelgrove, M. & Smith, K.C. (1985). Music Synthesis by Simulation Using a General-Purpose Signal Processing System, Proceedings of the 1985 International Computer Music Conference, Vancouver, 155-158. [video]
  66. Lee, S., Buxton, W. & Smith, K.C. (1985). A Multi-Touch Three Dimensional Touch-Sensitive Tablet. Proceedings of the 1985 Conference on Human Factors in Computer Systems, CHI '85, San Francisco, April, 1985, 21-26. [video]
  67. Buxton, W., Fiume, E., Hill, R., Lee, A. & Woo, C. (1983). Continuous Hand-Gesture Driven Input. Proceedings of Graphics Interface '83, 9th Conference of the Canadian Man-Computer Communications Society, Edmonton, May 1983, 191-195. [video]
  68. Buxton, W., Lamb, M. R., Sherman, D. & Smith, K. C. (1983). Towards a Comprehensive User Interface Management System. Computer Graphics 17(3). 35-42. [video]
  69. Buxton, W. (1982). An Informal Study of Selection-Positioning Tasks. Proceedings of Graphics Interface '82, 8th Conference of the Canadian Man-Computer Communications Society, Toronto, May, 1982, 323-328. [video]
  70. Sasaki, L., Fedorkow, G., Buxton, W., Retterath, C., & Smith, K.C. (1981). A Touch-Sensitive Input Device. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Computer Music, North Texas State University, Denton, Texas, November, 1981.
  71. Buxton, W., Hull, S., & Fournier, A. (1981). On Contextually Adaptive Timbres. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Computer Music, North Texas State University, Denton, Texas, November, 1981.
  72. Buxton, W., Patel, S., Reeves, W., & Baecker, R. (1980). On the Specification of Scope in Interactive Score Editors. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Computer Music, Queen's College New York, November 1980.
  73. Buxton, W., Patel, S., Reeves, W., & Baecker, R. (1980). "Objects" and the Design of Timbral Resources. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Computer Music, Queen's College New York, November 1980.
  74. Buxton, W. & Sniderman, R. (1980). Iteration in the Design of the Human-Computer Interface. Proceedings of the 13th Annual Meeting, Human Factors Association of Canada, 72-81.
  75. Fedorkow, G., Buxton, W., Patel, S., & Smith, K. C. (1980). A Microprocessor Controlled Clavier. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Computer Music, Queen's College New York, November 1980.
  76. Baecker, R., Buxton, W., & Reeves, W. (1979). Towards Facilitating Graphical Interaction: Some Examples from Computer-Aided Musical Composition. Proceedings of the 6th Man-Computer Communications Conference. Ottawa, Canada: 197-207.
  77. Buxton, W., Reeves, W., Fedorkow, G., Smith, K. C., & Baecker, R. (1979). A Computer Based System for the Performance of Electroacoustic Music. Audio Engineering Society Preprint 1529 (J-1).
  78. Buxton, W., Fedorkow, G., Baecker, R., Reeves, W., Smith, K.C., Ciamaga, G., & Mezei, L. (1978). An Overview of the Structured Sound Synthesis Project. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computer Music. Dept. of Music, Northwestern University, Evanston Illinois. Vol.2: 471-485.
  79. Reeves, W., Buxton, W., Pike, R., & Baecker, R. (1978). Ludwig: an Example of Interactive Computer Graphics in a Score Editor. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computer Music. Dept. of Music, Northwestern University, Evanston Illinois. Vol. 2: 349-409.

Edited Publications

  1. Buxton, W. (Ed.)(1998). An Introduction to this Special Issue on "Interaction in 3D Graphics", Computer Graphics: The SIGGRAPH Quarterly, 32(4), 43-44
  2. Buxton,W. (Ed.)(1989). Human Computer Interaction, 4(1). Special Issue on the Use of Non-Speech Audio.
  3. Buxton, W. (Ed.) (1985) Proceedings of the 1984 International Computer Music Conference, Paris, France, November 1984.
  4. Buxton, W., Giloth, C. & Zaritsky, R. ( Eds.) (1984), Siggraph Video Review # 12, Special Issue on Interaction (Vol. 1).
  5. Buxton, W., Giloth, C. & Zaritsky, R. ( Eds.) (1984), Siggraph Video Review # 13, Special Issue on Interaction (Vol. 2).
  6. Buxton, W. & Fournier, A. (Eds) (1982). Proceedings of Graphics Interface '82, 8th Conference of the Canadian Man-Computer Communications Society, Toronto, May, 1982.

Book Chapters

  1. Buxton, B. (2009).  Mediaspace - Meaningspace - Meetingspace.  In S. Harrison (Ed.)  Media Space:  20+ Years of Mediated Life.  London:  Springer, 217-231.
  2. Buxton, B. (2009).  Windows.  In S. Harrison (Ed.)  Media Space:  20+ Years of Mediated Life.  London:  Springer, 25-26.
  3. Buxton, B. (2009).  Early Video Mail.  In S. Harrison (Ed.)  Media Space:  20+ Years of Mediated Life.  London:  Springer, 194-195.
  4. Buxton, W. (2008).  My Vision Isn't My Vision:  Making a Career Out of Getting Back to Where I Started.  In Thomas Erickson & David McDonald (Eds.).  HCI Remixed: Reflections on Works That Have Influenced the HCI Community.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press, 7 - 12.
  5. Buxton, W. (2006). Space-Function Integration and Ubiquitous Media.  In M. Shamiyeh (Ed.).  Towards and Interactive and Integrative Design Process.  Linz, Austria:  DOM Publications, 248-271.
  6. Buxton, W. (2001). "Less is More (More or Less), in P. Denning (Ed.), The Invisible Future: The seamless integration of technology in everyday life.  New York:  McGraw Hill, 145 - 179.
  7. Buxton, W. (1997). Living in Augmented Reality: Ubiquitous Media and Reactive Environments. In K. Finn, A. Sellen & S. Wilber (Eds.). Video Mediated Communication. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum, 363-384. An earlier version of this chapter also appears in Proceedings of Imagina '95, 215-229. [video]
  8. Buxton, W., Sellen, A. & Sheasby, M. (1997). Interfaces for multiparty videoconferencing. In K. Finn, A. Sellen & S. Wilber (Eds.). Video Mediated Communication. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum, 385-400.
  9. Buxton, W. (1995). Touch, Gesture & Marking. Chapter 7 in R.M. Baecker, J. Grudin, W. Buxton and S. Greenberg, S. (Eds.)(1995).Readings in Human Computer Interaction: Toward the Year 2000 San Francsco: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers.
  10. Buxton, W. (1995). Speech, Language & Audition. Chapter 8 in R.M. Baecker, J. Grudin, W. Buxton and S. Greenberg, S. (Eds.)(1995). Readings in Human Computer Interaction: Toward the Year 2000 San Francsco: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers.
  11. Buxton, W. (1994). Human input/output devices. In M. Katz (ed.), Technology Forecast: 1995, Menlo Park, C.A.: Price Waterhouse World Firm Technology Center, 49-65.
  12. Buxton, W. (1994). Human skills in interface design. In L.W. MacDonald & J. Vince (Eds.). Interacting with virtual environments. New York: Wiley, 1-12.
  13. Buxton, W. (1992). Snow's two cultures revisited. In L. Jacobson (Ed.), Cyberarts: Exploring art & technology, San Francisco: Miller Freeman, 24 - 31.
  14. Buxton, W. (1990). The Natural Language of Interaction: A Perspective on Non-Verbal Dialogues.In Laurel, B. (Ed.). The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. 405-416.
  15. Buxton, W., Patel, S., Reeves, W. & Baecker, R. (1989). Objed and the Design of Timbral Resources. In Roads, C. (Ed.). The Music Machine. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 263-276. [video]
  16. Buxton, W., Patel, S., Reeves, W., & Baecker, R. (1989). Scope in Interactive Score Editors. In Roads, C. (Ed.). The Music Machine. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 255-262. [video]
  17. Buxton, W. (1988). The Role of the Artist in the Laboratory (German and English translation). In C. Schopf, (Ed.). Meisterwerke der Computer Kunst. Bremen: TMS Verlag.pp. 29-32.
  18. Buxton, W. (1986). There's More to Interaction than Meets the Eye: Some Issues in Manual Input. In Norman, D. A. and Draper, S. W. (Eds.), (1986), User Centered System Design: New Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, New Jersey, 319-337.
  19. Tanner, P.P. & Buxton, W. (1985). Some Issues in Future User Interface Management System (UIMS) Development. In Pfaff, G. (Ed.), User Interface Management Systems, Berlin: Springer Verlag, 67- 79.
  20. Buxton, W., Fogels, A., Fedorkow, G., Sasaki, L., & Smith, K. C. (1985). An Introduction to the SSSP Digital Synthesizer. In Roads, C. & Strawn, J. (1985). Foundations of Computer Music. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, 206-224.
  21. Buxton, W., Reeves, W., Baecker, R., & Mezei, L. (1985). The Use of Hierarchy and Instance in a Data Structure for Computer Music. In Roads, C. & Strawn, J. (1985). Foundations of Computer Music. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, 443-466.
  22. Buxton, W., Sniderman, R., Reeves, W., Patel, S. & Baecker, R. (1985). The Evolution of the SSSP Score Editing Tools. In Roads, C. & Strawn, J. (1985). Foundations of Computer Music. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, 376-402. [video]

Books

  1. Buxton, Bill (2007). Sketching User Experiences: Getting the Design Right and the Right Design. San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann.
  2. Baecker, R.M., Grudin, J., Buxton, W., and Greenberg, S. (Eds.)(1995). Readings in Human Computer Interaction: Toward the Year 2000 Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 950 pp. Including 190 pp. of original interpretive material.
  3. Baecker, R. & Buxton, W. (Eds.)(1987). Readings in Human Computer Interaction: A Multidisciplinary Approach, San Francisco, CA.: Morgan Kaufmann Inc.
  4. Buxton, W. (Ed.) (1977). Computer Music 1976/77: a Directory to Current Work. Ottawa: The Canadian Commission for Unesco.
  5. Buxton, W. (in progress). Human Input to Computer Systems:  Theories, Techniques and Technology. Unfinished book manuscript.
  6. Buxton, W., Gaver, W. & Bly, S. (1994). Auditory interfaces: the Use of non-speech audio at the interface. Unfinished & abandoned.
  7. Greenberg, S., Carpendale, S., Marquardt, N. & Buxton, B. (2011).  Sketching User Experiences:  The Workbook.  Waltham, MA: Morgan Kaufmann.

Non-refereed Articles, Technical Reports & Monographs

  1. Buxton, William A. (2012).  Innovative Interaction:  From Concept to the Wild.  Communications of the ACM 55(9), p. 90
  2. Greenberg, Saul, Carpendale, Sheelagh, Marquardt, Nicolai & Buxton, Bill (2012). The narrative storyboard: telling a story about use and context over time.  Interactions.  19(1), 64-69.
  3. Buxton, Bill (2011). Steve Jobs' patents: A vital lesson for CEOs. Fortune.com.  Sept. 21st, 2011.
  4. Buxton, Bill (2011). Design History Appreciated Innovation Quarterly of the Industrial Designers Society of America, Summer 2011 Issue, p.8.
  5. Buxton, Bill (2010). The Problem with Great Ideas.  BusinessWeek.com, June 9th, 2010.
  6. Hinckley, K., Yatani, K., Pahud, M., Coddington, N., Rodenhouse, J., Wilson, A., Benko, H. & Buxton, B. (2010). Manual Deskterity:  An Exploration of Simultaneous Pen + Touch Direct Input. Proceedings of the 28th of the International Conference Extended Abstracts on Human factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA '10), 2793-2802. [video]
  7. Buxton, Bill (2009). Don't Set the Bar Too Low.  BusinessWeek.com, Dec. 14th, 2009.
  8. Buxton, Bill (2009). The Mad Dash Towards Touch Technology.  BusinessWeek.com, October 21, 2009.
  9. Buxton, Bill (2009). Innovation Calls for I-Shaped People. BusinessWeek.com, July 13th, 2009.
  10. Buxton, Bill (2009). On Engineering and Design: An Open Letter. BusinessWeek.com, April 29th, 2009.
  11. Buxton, Bill (2009).  How to Think Outside the Box. BusinessWeek.com, March 30th, 2009.
  12. Buxton, Bill (2009).  How to Keep InnovatingBusinessWeek.com, February 18th, 2009.
  13. Buxton, Bill (2008).  The Price of Forgoing Basic Research. BusinessWeek.com, December 17th, 2008.
  14. Buxton, Bill (2008).  A New Mantra for Creativity.  BusinessWeek.com, May 12th, 2008
  15. Buxton, Bill (2008).  Why Risk is Important.  BusinessWeek.com, March 12th, 2008.
  16. Buxton, Bill (2008).  A Familiar Problem.  BusinessWeek.com, February 6th, 2008.
  17. Buxton, B. (2008).  Surface and Tangible Computing, and the " Small" Matter of People and Design.  IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical Papers, Vol. 51, 24-29.
  18. Buxton, Bill (2008).  The Long Nose of Innovation.  BusinessWeek.com, January 2nd.
  19. Buxton, William (2007).Review: Mallory Myths and Mysteries, by Mike Parsons and Mary Rose. Canadian Alpine Journal, 90, 164.
  20. Buxton, William (2006).Broad Peak and the 1957 Austrian Karakoram Expedition, Canadian Alpine Journal, 89, 176-183.
  21. Buxton, William (2006). What if Leopold Didn't Have a Piano? Rotman Magazine, The Alumni Magazine of the Rotman School of Management, Spring/Summer 2006, 78-79.
  22. Buxton, William (2006). Who cares if you are dressed if you are alone? Interfaces, 66, Spring 2006, 5-6.
  23. Buxton, William (2006). Bill Buxton on Computers and their FlawsToronto Star, Sunday February 5.
  24. Taylor, A. S., Izadi, S., Swan, L., Harper, R. and Buxton, B. (2006, Feb 6-7). Building bowls for miscellaneous media. First International Conference on Physicality. Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
  25. Buxton, William (2005). Piloting Through the Maze. Interactions Magazine. 12(6), November + December, 10.
  26. Buxton, William (2005). Mailbag: Ethnography and Usability: Where's the Glue. Interactions Magazine. 12(5), September + October, 8 - 9.
  27. Buxton, William (2005). Innovation vs. Invention. Rotman Magazine, The Alumni Magazine of the Rotman School of Management, Fall 2005, 52-53.
  28. Buxton, William (2005).  Interaction at Lincoln Laboratory in the 1960's:  Looking Forward - Looking Back. Panel Introduction.  Proceedings of the 2005 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI'05, April 3-7, 2005, 1163-1167.
  29. Buxton, W. (2005). Experience Design vs Interface Design. Rotman Magazine, The Alumni Magazine of the Rotman School of Management, Winter 2005, 47-49.
  30. Buxton, W. (2004).  Forward into the PastTime Magazine, October 11, 164(15),  53.
  31. Buxton, William (2004).  Music Sharing Over the InternetCanadian New Media, 7(11), 8,7.
  32. Buxton, William (2004).  Review:  Where the Mountain Casts its Shadow  by Maria Coffey.  Canadian Alpine Journal, 87, p. 148.
  33. Buxton, W. (2003).  Review: Dougal Haston:  The Philosophy of Risk by Jeff Connor.  Canadian Alpine Journal, 86, 167-168.
  34. Buxton, William (2002). Innovation as Music:  A Non-Materialistic PerspectiveInnovations:  The quarterly Journal of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA), 21(1), Spring 2002, 62-63.
  35. Buxton, William (2002).  Review:  Conquistadors of the Useless by Lionel TerrayExplore, May/June, 2002, p. 69.
  36. Buxton, W. (2001). The Cost of Saving Money:  The Folly of Research Funding Policy in Canada. Research Money. Published in 2 installments, March 5th & March 19th, respectively.
  37. Buxton, W. (1999).A Few Thoughts about Common Sense, Computers and Education, To appear in Die Zeit.
  38. Buxton, W. (2000).  L'infographie en pleine évolution. Pixel, 53 Septembre/Octobre, 14-15.
  39. Buxton, W. (1999). Where IT's at. CGI Magazine, December, 1999, 16-17.
  40. Buxton, W., Purchase, B. & Knox, K. (1998). Creating an Innovation Culture: Key Challenges and Opportunities as Ontario Moves Ahead in the New Millennium. Government of Ontario, Ontario Jobs and Investment Board.
  41. Buxton, W. & Fitzmaurice, G.W.(1998). HMD's, Caves & Chameleon: A Human-Centric Analysis of Interaction in Virtual Space, Computer Graphics: The SIGGRAPH Quarterly, 32(4), 64-68. [video]
  42. Fitzmaurice, G.W. & Buxton, W. (1998). Compatibility and Interaction Style in Computer Graphics, Computer Graphics: The SIGGRAPH Quarterly, 32(4), 69-74.
  43. Buxton, W. (1997). Artists and the Art of the Luthier.Computer Graphics: The SIGGRAPH Quarterly, 31(1), 10-11.
  44. Buxton, W. (1997).  A Modest Proposal.The Eventer, Spring Issue.
  45. Matias, E., MacKenzie, I. S., & Buxton, W. (1996). A wearable computer for use in microgravity space and other non-desktop environments. Companion of the CHI '96 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 69-70.
  46. Gujar, A., Tanikoshi, K., Cooperstock, J., Daya, S. & Buxton, W. (1995). Combining technology through the audio/video server attendant.
  47. Buxton, W. (1995). The psychology of cross country, The Eventer, Summer Issue, 16-18.
  48. Buxton, W. (1995). Is it Windows '95 or '85? Teasing Reality from the Hype, Guest Editorial, Toronto Globe & Mail, August 31, 1995, p. A15.
  49. Buxton, W. (1995). If you have a problem with your computer, is it really your problem? Guest Editorial, Toronto Globe & Mail, June 12, 1995, p. A3.
  50. Buxton, W. (1995). Ubiquitous Media and the Active Office . Published in Japanese (only) as, Buxton, W. (1995). Ubiquitous Video, Nikkei Electronics, 3.27 (no. 632), 187-195.
  51. Card, S. & Buxton, W. (1994). Revolutionary Concepts in Human/Computer Interaction. IEEE Videoconference on Tape. NTSC Product Number VC0149-5. IEEE Educational Activities Department, 445 Hoes Lane, P.O. Box 1331, Piscataway, N.J., 08855-1331, USA. Tel: (908) 562-5493, Fax: (908) 981-1686. ISBN 0-7803-1643-6.
  52. Buxton, W. (1994). Social Planning and Communities Along the "Information Highway" , Interactivity, 1(1), 85-88. Also appears in Japanese in: Buxton, W. (1994). Social planning and communities along the "Information Highway," InterCommunication, 10. Tokyo: NTT, 168-171..
  53. Buxton, W. (1994).  Cinq themes de réflection sur la technologie peut et la société.  Unpublished manuscript.
  54. Matias, E., MacKenzie, I. S., & Buxton, W. (1994). Half-QWERTY: Typing with one hand using your two-handed skill Companion Proceedings of the CHI '94 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 51-52.
  55. Wellman, B. & Buxton, W. (1994). Work and community along the information highway, Policy Options, 15(7), 11-16.
  56. Beirne, G., Moore, G., Buxton, W., & Mantei, M. (1994).Issues in deploying the technology for a media space field study. Unpublished Manuscript, University of Toronto, ONtario Telepresence Project.
  57. MacKenzie, I.S. & Buxton, W. (1993). A tool for the rapid evaluation of input devices using Fitts' law models, SIGCHI Bulletin, 25(3), 58-63.
  58. Buxton, W. (1993). HCI and the inadequacies of Direct Manipulation systems. SIGCHI Bulletin, 25(1), 21-22.
  59. DiGiano, C. & Buxton, W. (1993). Using non-speech audio at the interface. Virtual Reality Systems, 1(1), 60-62.
  60. Buxton, W. (1991). The three mirrors of interaction: a holistic approach to user interfaces. Proceedings of Friend21 '91 International Symposum on Next Generation Human Interface, Tokyo, Japan, Nov. 25-27, 1991. Also appears in English and Japanese in: Buxton, W. (1992). The three mirrors of interaction: a holistic approach to user interfaces. Industrial DESIGN 157, Japan Industrial Designer's Association, 6 - 11.
  61. Buxton, W. (1990). Smoke and Mirrors. Byte,15(7), 205-210.
  62. Buxton, W. (1989). On the Road to Brighton. SIGCHI Bulletin 20(4), 16-17.
  63. Buxton, W. (1986). A Directory of Sources for Interactive Technologies, SIGCHI Bulletin, 18(1), 58-63.
  64. Buxton, W. (1986), A (Highly) Selective View of Canadian Electroacoustic Music, MUSICANADA, 57, June, 5-6.
  65. Buxton, W. (1985). Why Not Design Synthesizers that a Pro Can Tour With? Keyboard, July 1985, p. 10.
  66. Buxton, W. (1985). Techture: On Relating Culture and Technology. Digitalk, Spring, 1985, p. 4.
  67. Buxton, W. & Fournier, A. (1984). Categorizing Animation Systems by their Vocabulary of Motion. Unpublished manuscript.
  68. Buxton, W. (1983). Centres of Excellence in an Interactive Research Network. Research Paper, Dept. of Communications, Ottawa.
  69. Buxton, W. (1982). Human Perspectives on Technology and Learning. Keynote address delivered at the Conference on Telidon and Education, Sydney, N.S. Unpublished manuscript.
  70. Buxton, W. (1981). Music Software User's Manual. (Second Edition) Toronto: CSRG. Technical Note 22, University of Toronto.
  71. Buxton, W., Reeves, W., Patel, S., & O'Dell, T. (1979). SSSP Programmer's Manual. Toronto: unpublished manuscript, SSSP/CSRG, University of Toronto.
  72. Buxton, W. (1978). Design Issues in the Foundation of a Computer- Based Tool for Music Composition. Technical Report CSRG-97. Toronto: University of Toronto.
  73. Buxton, W. & Fedorkow, G. (1978). The Structured Sound Synthesis Project (SSSP): an Introduction. Technical Report CSRG-92, Toronto: University of Toronto.
  74. Buxton, W. (1975). Manual for the POD Programs. Utrecht: Institute for Sonology.Vink, J. & Buxton, W. (1974). Studio Manual. Utrecht: Institute of Sonology.

Selected Conference Panels

  1. Baecker, R., Harrison, S., Buxton, B., Poltrock, S. & Churchill, E. (2008).  Media Spaces:  Past Visions, Current Realities, Future PromiseProceedings of the 2008 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI'08, 2245-2248.
  2. Natural and invisible human interfaces, Panel, Michael Harris , Hiroshi Ishii , Caleb Chung , Clark Dodsworth , Bill Buxton ACM SIGGRAPH 99 Conference abstracts and applications July 1999
  3. The sorcerer's apprentice (panel): ubiquitous computing and graphics W. Bradford Paley , Bill Buxton , Steve Feiner , Hiroshi Ishii , S. Joy Mountford , Steve Shafer , Mark Weiser. ACM SIGGRAPH 98 Conference abstracts and applications July 1998
  4. Interfaces for humans (panel): natural interaction, tangible data, and beyond Michael Harris , Bill Buxton , William T. Freeman , Hiroshi Ishii , Mark Lucente , Michael J. Sinclair ACM SIGGRAPH 98 Conference abstracts and applications July 1998
  5. Criteria for Effective Groupware Panels / Andrew F. Monk / Jean Scholtz / Bill Buxton / Sara Bly / David Frohlich / Steve Whittaker Proceedings of ACM CHI 96 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 1996 v.2 p.157-158
  6. Drama and Personality in User Interface Design Panel / S. Joy Mountford / Bill Buxton / Myron Krueger / Brenda Laurel / Laurie Vertelney Proceedings of ACM CHI'89 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 1989 p.105-108.
  7. The Computer as Musical Accompanist Panel / William Buxton / Roger Dannenberg / Barry Vercoe Proceedings of ACM CHI'86 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 1986 p.41-43
  8. Human Computer Interaction in the Year 2000 Panel / John Thomas / John Seely Brown / William Buxton / Bill Curtis / Thomas Landauer / Thomas Malone / Ben Shneiderman Proceedings of ACM CHI'86 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 1986 p.253-255
  9. Human Interface Design and the Handicapped User Panel / William Buxton / Lawrence Scadden / Richard Foulds / Fraser Shein / Michael J. Rosen / Gregg Vanderheiden Proceedings of ACM CHI'86 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 1986 p.291-297
  10. Communicating with Sound Panel / William Buxton / Sara A. Bly / Steven P. Frysinger / David Lunney / Douglass L. Mansur / Joseph J. Mezrich / Robert C. Morrison. Proceedings of ACM CHI'85 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 1985 p.115-119
  11. Microcomputer User Interface Toolkits: The Commercial State-of-the-Art Panel / Irene Greif / William A. S. Buxton / Scott MacGregor / David R. Reed / Larry Tesler Proceedings of ACM CHI'85 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 1985 p.225
  12. Video Panel Session on Interactive Systems, Ronald Baecker, Proceedings of the 8th annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques August 1981.


THESES SUPERVISED

Ph.D.

  1. Balakrishnan, R. (2001). Issues in Bimanual Interaction for Computer Graphics.  Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  2. Cooperstock, J. (1996). Reactive Environments and Augmented Media Spaces, Ph.D. Thesis, Dept. Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto.Co-supervised with Prof. K.C. Smith.
  3. Fitzmaurice, G.W. (1996). Graspable User Interfaces. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  4. Harrison, B. (1996). The Design and Evaluation of Transparent User Interfaces, Ph.D. Thesis, Dept. Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto. Co-supervised with Prof. K. Vicente.
  5. Tapia, M. (1996). From Shape to Style. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  6. Zhai, S. (1995). Human Performance in Six Degree of Freedom Input Control. Ph.D. Thesis, Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto. Co-supervised with Prof. P. Milgram.
  7. Kurtenbach, G. (1993). The evaluation of an interaction technique based on self-revelation, guidance and rehearsal.Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  8. MacKenzie, I.S. (1991). Fitts' Law as a performance model in human-computer interaction, Ph.D. Thesis, Ontario Institute for Studies in Eduaction, University of Toronto. Co-supervised with Prof. B. McLean.
  9. Hill, R.D. (1987). Supporting Concurrency, Communication and Synchronization in Human-Computer Interaction, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.
  10. Myers, B. (1987). Creating User Interfaces by Demonstration, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.

M.Sc.

  1. Tsang, Michael (2002).  Boom Chameleon: Simultaneous Capture of 3D Viewpoint, Voice and Gesture Annotations on a Spatially Aware Display.  M.Sc. Thesis, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto. (co-supervised with G.W. Fitzmaurice)
  2. Tohidi, Maryam (2006).  Two New Techniques for User-Centered Interaction Design:  Multiple Prototyping & User Sketching.  M.Sc. Thesis, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto. (co-supervised with Prof. R.M. Baecker)
  3. Rubick, Jade Forrest (2000). The Design and Evaluation of a Two-handed Drawing Program.  M.Sc. Thesis, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  4. Balakrishnan, R. (1997). The evolution and evaluation of a 3D input device. M.Sc. Thesis, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  5. Gupta, A. (1996). An Automated Audio/Video Attendant, MSc Thesis, Dept of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  6. Leganchuk, A. (1996). Manual and Cognitive Benefits of Bimanual Manipulation, MSc Thesis, Dept of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  7. Sheasby, M. (1995). Brady Bunch and the LiveWire Engine: Peripheral Awareness in Video Teleconferencing. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto.
  8. Hardock, G. (1993). A marking-based text editing system for collaborative writing. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto. [video]
  9. Chen, M. (1988). A System for DIrect Manipulation of 3D Objects Using 2D Input Devices, M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering.
  10. Kokodyniak, B.M. (1988). Interconnection of MIDI Devices Through a LAN, M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering.
  11. Kurtenbach, G.P. (1988). Hierarchical Encapsulation and Connection in a Graphical User Interface: a Music Case Study. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.
  12. Brown, E. (1985). A Windowing Mechanism for Structuring Input. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.
  13. Murtagh, K.M. (1985). An Object-Oriented Approach to Three Dimensional Animation. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.
  14. Lee, S.K. (1984). A Fast Multiple-Touch-Sensitive Input Device. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering.
  15. Schiferl, D.E. (1984). Pragmatics of Interaction and User Interface Management Systems. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.
  16. Fiume, E.L. (1983). A Programming Environment for Constructing Graphical User Interfaces: A Proposal. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.
  17. Hill. R.D. (1983). Applying Structure to Input Driven Programs. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.
  18. Hull, S.J. (1985). A Study of User Interface Management Systems. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Computer Science.
  19. Vytas, P.D. (1983). A Programmable Digital Sound Processor. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering.