Silva Christofer

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First name: Christofer
Last name: Ramos
Department: PPG Design (Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina)
Telephone: +55 48 3664-8319
Area of Teaching: not a professor
Date of birth: sep/05th/1989
Nationality: Brazilian
Qualification: other (Master’s student)
Professional and academic career: Bachelor in Graphic Design (2011), specialization in Higher Education Teaching (2015), Master’s student in Human-Interaction Design (2017).
Sketch biography: His academic and professional career is focused on both emerging technologies for higher education learning and interaction between humans and machines, specially related to mobile interfaces. He has been investigating and developing methods for user experience, usability evaluation, and usability of m-learning systems and mobile platforms.

Chapter title: Heuristic Evaluation on M-Learning Applications: A Comparative Analysis of Two Heuristic Sets

Abstract: Heuristic evaluation stands out among the usability evaluation methods regarding its benefits related to time and costs. Nevertheless, generic heuristic sets require improvements when it comes to specific interfaces as seen on m-learning applications that have acquired considerable evidence within the current technologic context. Regarding the lack of studies aimed at interfaces of this sort, the authors propose, through a systematic methodology, the comparative study between a heuristic set specific to the assessment on e-learning interfaces and other, on mobile. The identified usability problems were matched with the aspects of coverage, distribution, redundancy, context and severity, in a way that it was possible to understand the efficiency of each set in covering m-learning issues. Among the findings, e-learning’s heuristic set could detect a large number of usability problems not found by mobile’s.

Keywords: Heuristic Evaluation, Usability Method, M-Learning, Mobile Device, E-Learning

Co-author: Flávio Anthero Nunes Vianna dos SantosMonique Vandresen

Miguel Angel Sánchez Acevedo

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First name: Miguel Angel
Last name: Sánchez acevedo
Email: masanchez@unca.edu.mx
Department: Computer Science
Area of teaching: Computer Science
Nationality: Mexican
Qualification: MSc

Sketch biography: Miguel A. Sánchez-Acevedo is co-founder and director of the Laboratorio de Ciencias Computacionales e Inteligencia Artificial, director of the Roboclub, and collaborator of the Biotecnología Agroalimentaria research group; all them at the Universidad de la Cañada. Sánchez-Acevedo holds a bachelor’s degree in computer systems engineering from the Instituto Tecnológico de Tehuacán. He earned a MS in electrical engineering and a truncated PhD in computer science from the CINVESTAV Unidad Guadalajara. Collaborator of projects related to radar simulation, virtual worlds, self-organization of mobile robots. He is particularly interested in swarm intelligence, 3d modelling, sensor networks, augmented reality, and distributed computing.

Chapter title: Mobile Augmented Reality: Evolving Human-Computer Interaction

Abstract: Users who have access to a mobile device have increased in recent years. Therefore, it is possible to use a mobile device as a tool which helps to users in their daily life activities, not only for communication. On the other hand, augmented reality is a growing technology which allows the interaction with real and virtual information at the same time. Mixing mobile devices and augmented reality open the possibility to develop useful applications that users can carry with them all the time. This chapter describes recent advances in the application of mobile augmented reality in automotive industry, commerce, education, entertainment, and medicine; also identifies the different devices used to generate augmented reality, highlights factors to be taken into account for developing mobile augmented applications, introduces challenges to be addressed, and discusses future trends.

Keywords: Augmented Reality, Mobile Devices, Wearable Devices, Commerce, Medicine, Automotive Industry,  Education,  Video Games

Co-author: Beatriz A. Sabino-MoxoJosé A. Márquez-Domínguez

Kumar Raghvendra

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Name: Raghvendra Kumar
Scopus Author ID: 55492161000

Editor-In-Chief: Global Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology*
Associate Editor: International Journal on Data Science and Technology*
Member of IAENG, Hong Kong;*
Senior member of IRED, USA; Member of IACSIT, Singapore.*
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
LNCT Group of College

Jabalpur, MP, India

Personal Mail ID**: raghvendraagrawal7@gmail.com*

Sketch biography: Raghvendra Kumar, is working as Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering Department at L.N.C.T Group of College Jabalpur, M.P. India. He received B. Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering from SRM University Chennai (Tamil Nadu), India, in 2011, M. Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering from KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, (Odisha) India in 2013, and pursuing Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur (Rajasthan), India. He has published many research papers in international journal including IEEE and ACM. He attends many national and international conferences and also He Received best paper award in IEEE 2013 for his research work in the field of distributed database in Tamil Nadu. His researches areas are Computer Networks, Data Mining, cloud computing and Secure Multiparty Computations, Theory of Computer Science and Design of Algorithms. He authored many computer science books in field of Data Mining, Robotics, Graph Theory, Turing Machine, Cryptography, Security Solutions in cloud computing and Privacy Preservation. Email id: raghvendraagrawal7@gmail.com

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