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Professor Michael Harrison
Balancing the formal and the informal in user centred design2021
Professor Michael Harrison
Proving Display Conformance and Action Consistency: The Example of an Integrated Clinical Environment2021
Professor Michael Harrison
Examples of the application of formal methods to interactive systems2020
Professor Michael Harrison
Supporting the Analysis of Safety Critical User Interfaces: An Exploration of Three Formal Tools2020
Professor Michael Harrison
Dr Leo Freitas
Dr Michael Drinnan
Costanzo Di Maria
Formal Techniques in the Safety Analysis of Software Components of a new Dialysis Machine2019
Professor Michael Harrison
Formal verification of interactive computing systems: Opportunities and challenges2019
Professor Michael Harrison
Formal Modelling as a Component of User Centred Design2018
Professor Michael Harrison
Verification Templates for the Analysis of User Interface Software Design2018
Professor Michael Harrison
Case Studies2017
Professor Michael Harrison
Demonstrating that medical devices satisfy user related safety requirements2017
Professor Michael Harrison
Don’t go in there! using the APEX framework in the design of ambient assisted living systems2017
Professor Michael Harrison
Evaluation of Formal IDEs for Human-Machine Interface Design and Analysis: The Case of CIRCUS and PVSio-web2017
Professor Michael Harrison
Dr Michael Drinnan
Dr Leo Freitas
Costanzo Di Maria
Emeritus Professor Michael Whitaker
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Safety Analysis of Software Components of a Dialysis Machine Using Model Checking2017
Professor Michael Harrison
The Specification and Analysis of Use Properties of a Nuclear Control System2017
Professor Michael Harrison
Verification of User Interface Software: The Example of Use-Related Safety Requirements and Programmable Medical Devices2017
Professor Michael Harrison
Formal verification of a space system's user interface with the IVY workbench2016
Professor Michael Harrison
Modelling information resources and their salience in medical device design2016
Professor Michael Harrison
Reusing models and properties in the analysis of similar interactive devices2015
Professor Michael Harrison
Supporting the Design of an Ambient Assisted Living System Using Virtual Reality Prototypes2015
Professor Michael Harrison
Templates as heuristics for proving properties of medical devices2015
Professor Michael Harrison
A Virtual Environment based Serious Game to Support Health Education2014
Professor Michael Harrison
Formal Verification of Safety-Critical User Interfaces: A Space System Case Study2014
Professor Michael Harrison
Prototyping and analysing ubiquitous computing environments using multiple layers2014
Professor Michael Harrison
Analysing interactive devices based on information resource constraints2013
Professor Michael Harrison
Automated theorem proving for the systematic analysis of an infusion pump2013
Professor Michael Harrison
Integrating formal predictions of interactive system behaviour with user evaluation2013
Professor Michael Harrison
Verification of interactive software for medical devices: PCA infusion pumps and FDA regulation as an example2013
Professor Michael Harrison
Formal analysis of ubiquitous computing environments through the APEX framework2012
Dr Nigel Thomas
Professor Michael Harrison
Yishi Zhao
Xiao Chen
From Protocols to People: Large Scale Analysis in Markovian Process Algebra2012
Professor Michael Harrison
Scalable context-dependent analysis of emergency egress models2012
Professor Michael Harrison
Supporting Field Investigators with PVS: A Case Study in the Healthcare Domain2012
Professor Michael Harrison
Using PVS to Investigate Incidents through the Lens of Distributed Cognition2012
Professor Michael Harrison
Modelling and analysing the interactive behaviour of an infusion pump2011
Dr Nigel Thomas
Professor Michael Harrison
Performance Evaluation of Scheduling Policies in a Smart Hospital Environment2011
Professor Michael Harrison
A Process Algebraic Fluid Flow Model of Emergency Egress2010
Professor Michael Harrison
A Scalable Fluid Flow Process Algebraic Approach to Emergency Egress Analysis2010
Professor Michael Harrison
Modelling interactive experience, function and performance in ubiquitous systems2010
Professor Michael Harrison
Prototipagem rápida de ambientes ubíquos2010
Professor Michael Harrison
Representations for an iterative resource-based design approach2010
Professor Michael Harrison
Scalable Analysis of Collective Behaviour in Smart Service Systems2010
Professor Michael Harrison
An Infrastructure for Experience Centered Agile Prototyping of Ambient Intelligence2009
Professor Michael Harrison
Bridging the Gulf between Interaction Engineering and Human Reliability Assessment2009
Professor Michael Harrison
Engineering Crowd Interaction within Smart Environments2009
Professor Michael Harrison
Including User Behavior as Model Checking Analysis2009
Professor Michael Harrison
Interaction Engineering Using the IVY Tool2009
Professor Michael Harrison
A Fluid Flow Approach to Usability Analysis of Multi-user Systems2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security: 27th International Conference (SAFECOMP). 22-25 September 2008. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Connecting Rigorous System Analysis to Experience-Centered Design2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Considering context and users in interactive systems analysis2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Professor Christian Kray
Exploring an option space to engineer a ubiquitous computing system2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Professor Christian Kray
Zhiyu Sun
Huqui Zhang
Factoring user experience into the design of ambient and mobile systems2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Formal analysis of interactive systems: opportunities and weaknesses2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Preface2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Resources for Situated Actions2008
Professor Michael Harrison
SBML: A user interface mark-up language based on interaction style2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Systematic analysis of control panel interfaces using formal tools2008
Professor Michael Harrison
Professor Christian Kray
Exploring an option space to engineer a ubiquitous computing system2007
Professor Michael Harrison
Names and Reference in User Interfaces2007
Professor Michael Harrison
An integrated framework for the analysis of dependable interactive systems (IFADIS): Its tool support and evaluation2006
Professor Michael Harrison
Professor Christian Kray
Connecting rigorous system analysis to experience centred design in ambient and mobile systems2006
Professor Michael Harrison
Dr Alison Steven
Professor Pauline Pearson
Dr Sue Vernon
Demonstration of safety in healthcare organisations2006
Professor Michael Harrison
Interactive Systems: Design, Specification and Verification. 12th International Workshop (DSVIS). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. 13-15 July 20052006
Professor Michael Harrison
Investigation of structural properties of hazard mitigation arguments2006
Professor Michael Harrison
Qualitative analysis of dependability argument structure2006
Professor Michael Harrison
Time as a dimension in the design and analysis of interactive systems2006
Professor Michael Harrison
Analysing user confusion in context aware mobile applications2005
Professor Michael Harrison
Measuring reuse in hazard analysis2005
Professor Michael Harrison
Using interaction style to match the ubiquitous user interface to the device-to-hand2005
Professor Michael Harrison
A framework and supporting tool for the model-based analysis for dependable interactive systems in the context of industrial design2004
Professor Michael Harrison
Analysing and modelling context in mobile systems to support design2004
Professor Michael Harrison
Analysing dynamic function scheduling decisions2004
Professor Michael Harrison
How explicit are the barriers to failure in safety arguments?2004
Professor Michael Harrison
PaintShop: a Microworld Experiment Investigating Temporal Decisions in a Supervisory Control Task2004
Professor Michael Harrison
Time Design: Analysing Human Temporal Control Behaviour in Dynamic Real-Time Systems2004
Professor Michael Harrison
Putting Time (back) into Dynamic Function Allocation2003
Professor Michael Harrison
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Relating the automation of functions in multiagent control systems to a system engineering representation2003
Professor Michael Harrison
Reuse in hazard analysis: Idenfication and support2003
Professor Michael Harrison
Augmenting descriptive scenario analysis for improvements in human reliability design2002
Professor Michael Harrison
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Automating functions in multi-agent control systems: supporting the decision process2002
Professor Michael Harrison
Blending Descriptive and Numeric Analysis in Human Reliability Design2002
Professor Michael Harrison
Eine Methodik zur Analyse hochzuverl assiger interaktiver Systeme2002
Professor Michael Harrison
Improving Hazard Classification through the Reuse of Descriptive Arguments2002
Professor Michael Harrison
The temporal dimension of dynamic function allocation2002
Professor Michael Harrison
Time-related trade-offs in dynamic function scheduling2002
Professor Michael Harrison
Towards usable and relevant model checking techniques for the analysis of dependable interactive systems2002
Professor Michael Harrison
A toolset supported approach for designing and testing virtual environment interaction techniques2001
Professor Michael Harrison
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
An evaluation of two function allocation methods2001
Professor Michael Harrison
Formal interactive systems analysis and usability inspection methods: Two incompatible worlds?2001
Professor Michael Harrison
Model checking interactor specifications2001
Professor Michael Harrison
Prototyping pre-implementation designs of virtual environment behaviour2001
Professor Michael Harrison
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
THEA - A Reference Guide2001
Professor Michael Harrison
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
THEA: A technique for human error assessment early in design2001
Professor Michael Harrison
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Allocation of function: scenarios, context and the economics of effort.2000
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
James Fields
Professor Michael Harrison
Analyzing Human-Computer Interaction as Distributed Cognition: the resources model2000
Professor Michael Harrison
Representational Reasoning and Verification2000
Professor Michael Harrison
A Case Study in the Specification and Analysis of Design Alternatives for a User Interface1999
Professor Michael Harrison
Case Based Reasoning Systems for Knowledge Mediation1999
Professor Michael Harrison
Integrating joint behaviour and dialogue description1998
Professor Michael Harrison
Representational reasoning and verification1998
Professor Michael Harrison
The role of verification in interactive systems design1998
Professor Michael Harrison
A representational approach to the specification of presentations1997
Professor Michael Harrison
A Software Engineering Model for Case Memory Systems1997
Professor Michael Harrison
Abstract Models for HCI1997
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Professor Michael Harrison
Accountability of work activity in high-consequence work systems: Human error in context1997
Professor Michael Harrison
Formally verifying interactive systems: a review1997
Professor Michael Harrison
Impact and the Design of the Human-Machine Interface1997
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Professor Michael Harrison
Locating the scene: The particular and the general in contexts for ambulance control1997
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Professor Michael Harrison
Objectives, strategies and resources as design drivers1997
Professor Michael Harrison
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Supporting Concepts of Operator Control in the Design of Functionally Distributed Systems1997
Professor Michael Harrison
Using executable interactor specifications to explore the impact of operator interaction errors1997
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Professor Michael Harrison
Designing human-system interaction using the resources model1996
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
Professor Michael Harrison
Distributed information resources: a new approach to interaction modelling1996
Professor Michael Harrison
Impact as a Human Factor in Interactive System Design1996
Professor Michael Harrison
Risk Analysis, impact and interaction modelling1996
Professor Michael Harrison
The formal specification of interactive systems1996
Professor Michael Harrison
Emeritus Professor Pete Wright
The user context and formal specification in interactive system design1996
Professor Michael Harrison
Event Model of Human-System Interaction1995
Professor Michael Harrison
Mapping User Requirements to Implementations1995
Professor Michael Harrison
Using Interaction Framework to guide the design of interactive systems1995
Professor Michael Harrison
Abstract Interaction Objects1993
Professor Michael Harrison
Using temporal logic to support the specification and prototyping of interactive control systems1992