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Image Browsers: Taxonomy, Guidelines, and Informal Specifications
Image browsing is necessary in numerous applications. Designers have merely used two one-dimensional scroll bars or they have made ad hoc designs for a two-dimensional scroll bar. However, the complexity of two-dimensional ...
The Design of a Telepathology Workstation: Exploring Remote Images
Dynamic telepathology uses a tele-operated microscope to allow pathologists to view samples at a remote location. However, time delays introduced by remote operation have made use of a commercial dynamic telepathology ...
When an Intermediate View Matters a 2D-Browser Experiment
The browsing of two dimensional images can be found in a large number of applications. When the image to be viewed is much larger than the screen available, a two dimensional browser has to be provided to allow users ...
The Effects of Time Delays on a Telepathology User Interface
Telepathology enables a pathologist to examine physically distant tissue samples by microscope operation over a communication link. Communication links can impose time delays which cause difficulties in controlling ...