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HCIL-94-03

Carr, D., Plaisant, C., Hasegawa, H. (revised June 1995)
Usability Experiments for the Redesign of a Telepathology Workstation
Based on The Design of a Telepathology Workstation: Exploring Remote Images. Interacting with Computers, 11(1), 1998, pp. 33-52.
HCIL-94-03, CS-TR-3270, CAR-TR-708

Dynamic telepathology uses a remotely controlled microscope to allow a pathologist to view samples at a remote location. However, time delays introduced by remote operation have made use of a commercial dynamic telepathology system difficult and frustrating. This paper describes experiments to evaluate and redesign the user interface. We also make recommendations for further automation to support the pathology process and increase the usefulness of the system.


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