Matt Jones

Research outputs

NB: Most of the documents available here are pre-prints. You should track down the original from the source.

 

Theses

 

1.     Jones, M. (1994). The Use of Acoustic-Level Prosodics in Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Cambridge, Engineering Department.

2.     Jones, M. (1991). Natural Language to Knowledge Base. M.Phil. Thesis. University of Cambridge, Engineering Department. 

 

Book contributions

           

1.     Jones, M., Marsden G., Gruijters D., Fry B., & Reid, S. Using Mobile Phones & PDAs in Ad-hoc audience response systems (under review for publication in book on Audience Response Systems).

2.     Jones, M. & Marsden, G. Mobile Interaction Design. [book in draft, under contract to publisher; appearing Nov-Dec 2005]

1.     Buchanan, G., Blandford, A., Jones, M. & Thimbleby H (2002). Spatial Hypertext as a Reader Tool for Digtial Libraries. Springer Book Series on Information Visualization.

2.     Jones, M. (2001). Productivity paradox. Encyclopaedia of Computers and Computer History. Fitzroydearborn Publishing. 

 

Editorships

 

1.     Guest editor, International Journal of Personal & Ubiquitous Computing, Special Issue on “Interactive Mobile Information Access”. To appear 2005/6. Co-editors, Stephen Jones, Mark Dunlop, Fabio Crestani, Steffano Mizzaro.

2.     Guest editor, International Journal of Personal & Ubiquitous Computing, Special Issue on “Multimodal interaction for Mobile & Wearable Computers”. To appear 2005/6. Co-editor, Stephen Brewster.

3.     Guest editor, ACM Transactions on Human Computer Interaction, Special Issue on “Social Issues”. To appear June 2005. Co-editors, Bonnie Nardi & Elizabeth Mynatt.

4.     Guest editor, Journal of Digital Libraries, Special Issue on “Usability and Digital Libraries”, Vol 4(1), August 2004. Co-editors, Ann Blandford, George Buchanan.

5.     Social Issues Editor, ACM SIGCHI Bulletin (2001-2003)

 

Reviews

 

1.     Book review of Hot Text – Web Writing that Works by Jonathan and Lisa Price. In ACM Computing Reviews, December 2002.

2.     Book review of Usability Testing for Library Web Sites: A Hands-on Guide byElaina Norlin & CM! Winters. In Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 53(13):1184.

3.     Article review of Sharing digitized research-related information on the World Wide Web by McCain K (in Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51: 1321-1327, 2000). Published in ACM Computing Reviews, June 2002.

4.     Book review of Designing Web Usability, The Practice of Simplicity by Jakob Nielsen. ACM SIGCHI Bulletin, 11, July 2000. 

 

Refereed Journal Articles

 

1.     Jones, S., Jones, M., Marsden, G., Patel, D., & Cockburn, A. (2005). An evaluation of integrated zooming and scrolling on small screens. International Journal of Human Computer Studies (IJHCS). In press.

2.     Jones, S., Jones, M., Barr, M & Keegan, T. (2005). Searching and Browsing in a Digital Library of Historical Maps and Newspapers. Journal of Digital Information (accepted for publication).

3.     Deo, S., Jones, S. & Jones, M. (2004). Using Keyphrases as Search Result Surrogates on Small Screen Devices. International Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 8(1):55-68.

4.     Jones, M., Buchanan, G., Cheng, T-C., & Jain, P. (2005). Changing the Pace of Search: Supporting “Background” Information Seeking. JASIS Special Issue on Best Practices in Search (in press).

5.     Witten, I. H., Jones, M., Bainbridge, D. & Cunningham, S. J. (2004) Creativity and Digital Libraries. Journal of Digital Creativity, 15(2).

6.     Jones, M., Buchanan, G. & Thimbleby, H. (2003). Improving web search on small screen devices. Interacting with Computers, 14(2003) 479-495.

7.     Marsden, G. & Jones, M. (2002). Ubiquitous Computing and Cellular Handsets—are Menus the Best Way Forward?. South African Computer Journal No. 28: 67-76. Computer Society of South Africa.

8.     Marsden, G., Gillary, P., Thimbleby, H. & Jones. M. (2002). The Use of Algorithms in Interface Design. International Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Technologies, 6(2): 132-140, Springer.

9.     Thimbleby H & Jones, M. (2002). Obituary for a Fax. International Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Technologies, 6(2):151-152, Springer.

10.  Thimbleby H.,Cairns, P. & Jones M. (2001). Usability Analysis with Markov Models. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), 8(2): 99-132. ACM Press.

11.  Jones, M. Marsden, G., Mohd-Nasir, N & Boone, K (1999). Improving Web Interaction in Small Screen Displays. Computer Networks 31 (1999) 1129-1137.Elsevier. 

 

Refereed Conference Contributions

 

1.     Warren, N., Jones, M., Jones S., & Bainbridge, D. (2005). Navigation via continuously adapted music. Extended Abstracts ACM CHI 2005 (to appear), Portland, Oregon, USA, April 2-7th 2005.

2.     Buchanan G. & Jones, M. (2004). Spatial Hypertext on the Small Screen. 2nd Mobile Ubiquitous Information Access Workshop, Glasgow, 2004.

3.     Cunningham, S.J., Jones, M. and Jones, S. (2004). "Organizing digital music for use: an examination of personal music collections". Proceedings of ISMIR 2004 - 5th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, 10-14 October 2004, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain (to appear).

4.     Buchanan, G., Blandford, A., Thimbley, Jones, M. (2004). Supporting Information Structuring in a Digital Library. Proceedings of the European Digital Library Conference.

5.     Jones, M. & Marsden, G. (2004). Please turn “on” your mobile: first impressions of text messaging in lectures. Proc. 6th International Symposium on Mobile Devices and Services (Mobile HCI 2004). Springer LNCS.

6.     Patel, D., Marsden, G., Jones, S, & Jones, M. (2004). An evaluation of image browsing schemes for small screen devices. 6th International Symposium on Mobile Devices and Services (Mobile HCI 2004). Springer LNCS.

7.     Buchanan, G.,  Blandford, A., Jones, M. & Thimbleby H. (2004). Integrating Information Seeking and Structuring: Exploring the Role of Spatial Hypertexts in a Digital Library. Proceedings 15th ACM Conference on Hypertext (Ted Nelson Best Newcomer Award)

8.     Chu, Y-C, Bainbridge, D., Jones, M. & Witten, I.H (2004). Realistic books: a bizarre homage to an obsolete medium? ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Arizona, June 2004 (Best International Paper Award).

9.     Jones, M., Jain, P. & Buchanan, G & Marsden, G. (2003). Using a Mobile Device to Vary the Pace of Search. International Symposium on Mobile HCI, Udine, Italy, September 2003. [Related tech report]

10.  Apperley, M., Carter, P., Churcher, C., Cockburn, A., Jones, M., Lobb, B., Novins, K., Phillips, C. & Wong, W. (2003). State of the Art: HCI in New Zealand. Proceedings Interact 2003, Zurich, Switzerland.

11.  Jones, M., Jain P.,  Buchanan, G. (2003). Changing the Pace of Search – Supporting Background Information Needs. CHI 2003 Workshop on Search. Florida, April 2003.

12.  Jones M., Buchanan, G. & Thimbleby, H. (2002). Sorting Out Searching on Small Screen Devices. In Paterno, F. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Mobile HCI, Pisa, Italy, September 2002, LNCS 2411, pp 81-94. Springer.

13.  Buchanan, G., Jones M. & Marsden, G. (2002). Exploring Small Screen Digital Library Access with the Greenstone Digital Library. In Agosti, M. & Costantino, T. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, Rome, Italy, September 2002, LNCS 2458, pp 583-596. Springer.

14.  Thimbleby H., Blandford, A., Cairns, P, Curzon, P. & Jones, M. (2002). User Interface Design as Systems Design. In Faulkner, X., Finlay, J. & D’etienne (Eds.), Proceedings People and Computer XVI – Memorable yet Invisible, London, September 2002, pp 281-301. Springer.

15.  Dunlop, H., Jones, M. & Cunningham, S J (2002). A Digital Library of Conversational Expressions - Helping Profoundly Disabled Users CommunicateProceedings of the second ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries, Portland, Oregon, USA, July 2002, pp 273-274.

16.  Steel, A., Jones, M. & Apperley, M. (2002). The Use Of Auditory Feedback In Call Centre Computer-Human-Human Interaction. Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computer Systems (ACM CHI 2002), Minneapolis, April 2002, pp 768-769.

17.  Marsden, G. & Jones, M (2001). Ubiquitous Computing and Cellular Handsets - are Menus the Best Way Forward? Proceedings of SAICSIT 2001, pp 111–119. (“Best paper” at conference winner).

18.  Buchanan G, Blandford A, Jones M. & Thimbleby, H. (2001). Spatial hypertext as a Reader Tool in Digital Libraries. ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries Workshop on Visual Interfaces to Digital Libraries, June 2001.

19.  Buchanan G, Jones M., Thimbleby H., Farrant S. & Pazzani M. (2001) Improving mobile Internet usability. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on World Wide Web, Hong Kong, May 2001, pp 673-680. ACM Press.

20.  Thimbleby H, Jones M. & Marsden G (2000). Empowering Consumers with Usability Certificates. In Turner S. & Turner P. (Eds.) Proceedings of People and Computers XIV (Vol II), Sunderland, September 2002, pp37-38.

21.  Theng, Y.L., Mohd Nasir, N., Thimbleby, H., Buchanan, G. and Jones, M. (2000). Designing a Children's Digital Library with and for Children. Proceedings of the 5th ACM Conference on Digital Libraries, June 2-7, San Antonio (Texas), pp. 266-267.

22.  Marsden, G., Thimbleby, H., Jones, M. & Gillary, P. (2000). Successful User Interface Design from Efficient Computer Algorithms. Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computer Systems (ACM CHI 2000), The Hague, pp181-182.

23.  Theng, Y.L., Mohd Nasir, N., Buchanan, G., Bainbridge, D., Thimbleby, H. and Jones, M. (2000), Children as Design Partners and Testers for a Children's Digital Library,In Borbinha, J. and Baker, T. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference (ECDL'00), pp. 249 - 258, Springer.

24.  Jones, M., Buchanan, G., Marsden, G. & Thimbleby H. (2000). Mobile Interfaces for Web Access, Workshop on Web & Mobility, 9th World Wide Web Conference, Amsterdam, May 2000.

25.  Jones, M. & Buchanan, G (2000). Search Interfaces for Handheld Web Browsers. Poster Proceedings 9th International Conference on World Wide Web, Amsterdam, May 2000.

26.  Jones M., Mohd-Nasir, N &Buchanon, G (1999). Evaluation of WebTwig - a Site Outliner for Handheld Web Access. In Gellerson, H-W (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium on Handheld and Ubiquitous Computing, Karlsrhue, Germany, September 1999. LNCS 1707, pp 343-345. Springer.

27.  Jones M, Marsden, G., Mohd-Nasir,N & Buchanon, G (1999). A Site Based Outliner for Small Screen Web Access. Poster Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on World Wide Web, Toronto 1999, pp 156-157.

28.  del Galdo, E., Gough, P., Jones, M., Noble, R. & Stenton, P.(1998).A New User Interface Metaphor for Mobile Personal Technologies. In May, J., Siddiqi, & Wilkinson J (Eds.), Companion Proceedings of People and Computers XIII, Sheffield, UK, pp 9-13.

29.  Thimbleby, H., Jones, M. and Theng, Y.L. (1997), Is "Lost in Hyperspace" Lost in Controversy? Poster Proceedings of ACM Hypertext'97, Southampton, UK.

30.  Theng, Y. L., Rigny, C., Thimbleby,H. & Jones, M. (1997). HyperAT: HCI and Web Authoring. In O’Conaill & Thomas, P. J. (Eds.), Proceedings of People and Computers XII,Bristol, August 1997, pp359-378.

31.  Jones, M. & Marsden G. (1997). Preparing for the New Era of Ubiquitous Computing. Proceedings ED-MEDIA/TELCOM '97 Conference, Calgary, July 1997.

32.  Curzon, P., Blandford, A., Jones, M., Marsden, G. & Smith, M. (1997) Supporting a Large-class Programming Course with Intranet Tools. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Computing, CTC Dublin University, August 1997, p 270.

33.  Theng, Y.L., Rigny, C., Thimbleby, H. and Jones, M. (1996), Improved Conceptual Design for Better Hypertext. Adjunct Proceedings of BCS HCI'96, pp. 181 - 188, U.K.

34.  Theng, Y. L., Jones, M., & Thimbleby, H. (1996) Lost in Hyperspace - Psychological Problem or Bad Design? Proceedings of the first Asia Pacific Conference on Computer Human Interaction, Singapore, June 1996, pp 387-396. Information Technology Institute, Singapore.

35.  Theng, Y. L., Rigny, C., Thimbleby,H. & Jones, M. (1996) Cognitive Task Graphs and Executable User Models for Better Hypertext. Proceedings of the first Asia Pacific Conference on Computer Human Interaction, Singapore, June 1996, pp 421-433. Information Technology Institute, Singapore.

36.  Jones, M (1996) Uniting Authors and Readers - Active Links in the World Wide Web. Conference Companion Proceedings of the first Asia Pacific Conference on Computer Human Interaction, June 1996,Singapore, pp 77-81.

37.  Jones, M. (1996). Conventional art as Web Exhibits - a New Electronic Art Form. Proc. International Symposium on Electronic Art '96, Rotterdam, September 1996, pp

38.  Theng, Y.L., Thimbleby, H. and Jones, M. (1995), Designer tools for hypertext authoring, IEE Digest ( 95/202):Colloquium on "The Authoring and Application of Hypermedia-Based User Interfaces, London, U.K. IEE (Savoy Place, London).

39.  Theng, Y.L., Thimbleby, H. and Jones, M. (1995), Reducing Information Overload: a Comparative Study of Hypertext Systems. IEE Digest (95/223): Colloquium on Information Overload, London, U.K. IEE (Savoy Place, London).

40.  Jones, M. & Marsden G (1997). From the Large to the Small Screen - Retaining the Designer's Design for Effective User Interaction. IEE Digest (97/139) : Colloquium on Issues for Networked Interpersonal Communications, , London, U.K. IEE (Savoy Place, London).

41.  Jones, M. & Woodland, P.C. (1993). Using Relative Duration in Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition. Proceedings of EuroSpeech'93, Berlin, Vol. 2, pp 311-314, Berlin.

42.  Jones, M. & Woodland, P.C. (1994). Modelling Syllable Characteristics to Improve a Large Vocabulary Speech Recogniser. Proc. ICSLP'94, Yokohama, pp 2171-2174.

43.  Jones, M. & Woodland, P.C. (1993). Exploiting Variable Width Features in Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition. Proc. IEEE ICASSP'93, Minneapolis, Vol. 2, pp 323-326. 

 

External keynote, talks and seminars

 

1.     How mobiles are changing the way we interact. NZ Innovation Festival 2005 & Waikato Univeristy SCMS 20th Anniversary Lecture. April 27th 2005, Waikato, NZ.

2.     An evaluation of schemes for browsing images on small screen devices. Victoria University, Wellington, NZ.  November 16th 2004.

3.     An evaluation of schemes for browsing images on small screen devices. Lancaster University, UK. June 7th 2004.

4.     Using Keyphrases as Search Result Surrogates on Small Screen Devices. Strathclyde University, UK. June 3rd 2004.

5.     Relax. (Laidback computing). University of Bristol. June 1st 2004.

6.     From Sit Forward to Lean Back; varying the pace of mobile search. University of Tampere, Finland (Public Lecture).

7.     Impoverished interfaces to rich media browsing (overview of small screen work of last 5 yrs). Nokia Research Centre, Tampere, Finland, May 12th 2004.

8.     Relax. (Laidback computing). SigCHI Finland, Spring Event, May 11th 2004, Helsinki. Invited talk.

9.     An evaluation of schemes for browsing images on small screen devices. Nokia Research Centre, Helsinki, Finland, May10th 2004.

10.  An evaluation of schemes for browsing images on small screen devices. UCLIC, UCL, London. May 5th, 2004.

11.  Realistic Books: A Bizarre Homage to an Obsolete Medium ?Interaction Design Centre, Middlesex University, London. April 27th 2004.

12.  A View from the Clapham Electronics Store – Ubicomp for Ordinary People. Ubiconf 2004, Gresham College, London, April 19th, 2004. (Best Talk)

13.  This house believes that smarttags are acceptable and essential for the UK. Debate with Kevin Warwick, George Roussos and Ian Warwick. (I spoke against the motion and the debate was defeated).Ubiconf 2004, Gresham College, London, April 19th, 2004.

14.   Mobile Interaction Design Workshop – Department of Computer Science, University of South Africa, Pretoria, March 24th, 2004 (with Gary Marsden).

15.  Realistic Books: A Bizarre Homage to an Obsolete Medium? Department of Computer Science, University of Cape Town, March 11th, 2004; and, Department of Computer Science, University of South Africa, Pretoria, March 23rd

16.  Mobile Usability Workshop – Mobile Commerce World, Melbourne, Australia, 4th September 2003 (with Scott Jenson). (Commercial).

17.  Using Keyphrases as Search Result Surrogates on Small Screen Devices – UCLIC, UCL & CS Department, Middlesex University, June 2003.

18.  From Sit Forward to Lean Back; varying the pace of mobile search – Department of Computation, UMIST, Manchester, June 2003.

19.  Mobile Usability Workshop – Medialab South Pacific, Wellington, NZ, May 2003 (with Gary Marsden). (Commercial)

20.  From Sit Forward to Lean Back; varying the pace of mobile search – fxPal, Palo Alto, California, April 2003; and, Department of Computer Science, University of South Africa, April 2004.

21.  Talks and facilitation on the ACM Next Generation Tour (see http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/TNG/)

22.  Laid Back Searching – Department of Information and Computing Science, Brunel University, London; UCL London, UCLIC and School of Computing Science, Middlesex University, June 2002.

23.  Community Centred Research – Keynote for UCLIC London HCI Day, January 2002.

24.  Chair of “Mobile usability” during Norman Nielsen usability “World Tour”, London, July 2000.

25.  Mobile Computing Usability - Keynote speech at British Computing Society symposium on Mobile Computing, London, December 1999.

26.  WebTwig - a tool for small screen browsing, Nuance Communications, California, May 1999

27.  Handheld Web Browsing, University of Florida, November 1998.

28.  Options for mobile Web access, Reuters research group, London, May 1998.
 
    

Monographs/ Reports

 

1.     Ethics of IT. Insitute of Business Ethics report (2005). Contributed chapters on: Systems Development & Communications.

2.     Berleur, J., Duquenoy, P., Holvast, J., Jones, M., Kimpa, K, Sizer, R., & Whitehouse, Diane (2004).  Criteria and Procedures for Developing Codes of Ethics or of Conduct. IFIP Press, Laxenburg – Austria (ISBN 3-901882-19-7).

3.     Berleur, J., Duquenoy, P. &Whitehouse, D. (Eds) (1999), Ethics and the Governance of the Internet.IFIP, Austria (ISBN: 3 90188203 0) [Contributor] 

 

Exhibitions

             

1.     The Human Factor. National Science Museum, London. April 1999- August 1999. Exhibit of handheld Web browsing work. This exhibition also toured the UK between 1999-2001. 

 

Press & media

 

1.     Machine Translation. Wired Magazine 4.10 (September 1996).

2.     Teaching Computers to Listen. Wired Magazine 5.07 (July 1997)

3.     Lower Cost Learning Handheld with Care. Times Higher Education Supplement, August 1st 1997

4.     Are we victims of gadget mania? Feature article in Independent Newspaper (March 24th 1998) with Gary Marsden.

5.     Science View, BBC World Service Radio (April 1998) with Gary Marsden.

6.     There's a caring sharing cyber community out there. Feature article in Independent Newspaper (December 14th 1998).

7.     Handheld Computing. Impact Magazine(UK Engineering & Physical Science Research Council), (December 1998).(Article featuring my work).

8.     Handheld Computing. Financial Times (27th January 1999). (Article featuring my work).

9.     Small Screens see the Bigger Picture (1999) in www.science-city.org.uk (Site designed to show-case UK research).

10.  WAP gets the Campus Call, Times Higher Education Supplement, October 13th 2000.

11.  The cheesy future of online access, Times Higher Education Supplement, June 16th 2000.

12.  The Virtue of Virtual Libraries. Feature article, Independent Newspaper, July 16th, 2001

13.  Letter to Economist Magazine (Dec 14th 2002) – Too Much Technology

14.  Human Touch Missing from Mobile Phone Communication. Waikato Times (NZ), 14th July 2004.

15.  Smelly Season. Waikato Times (NZ), 22nd December 2004.

16.  How Texting is “Social Glue” for young. Interview by Bay of Plenty Times (NZ) Sunday May 1st, 2005.

17.  Is texting harmful? “Radio Live” (NZ commercial national radio), interview with Martin Devlin, Tues May 3rd, 2005.



Matt Jones, May 2005.