Improving Selection Performance on Pen-Based Systems: A Study of Pen-Based Interaction for Selection Tasks Xiangshi Ren Department of Information Systems Engineering Kochi University of Technology [email protected] Shinji Moriya Department of Communication Engineering Tokyo Denki University [email protected] Pen-based systems with small, touch-sensitive screens are established in the computer market, but some basic issues have been neglected. Selection strategies for interactive systems are usually chosen without quantitative consideration. In small, pen-based systems, targets get smaller as the amount of information required on the screen increases. We therefore evaluated selection strategies for small targets and quantified the factors that affect the efficiency…
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