Sistematização de Revisões Bibliográficas em Pesquisas da Área de IHC


During the development of a scientific research in the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) it is needful to identify, read, analyze and interpret relevant publications about a given theme or subject. Such a task usually results in large sets of bibliographical data. As a consequence, they must be put together in a single document, with the aim of making easy to assess the strength of the evidence of interest. Nonetheless, this is not an easy task to accomplish. Systematic Reviews (SR) come to fulfill this need, by providing comprehensive, reliable, and unbiased summaries of a research on a single topic. Additionally, SR bring together large numbers of individual studies in a single report, provides the best evidence for decision making, and also help determine future research needs.

In 11th Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Fabricio Batista Narcizo
Fabricio Batista Narcizo
Part-Time Lecturer

My research interests include eye tracking, human-computer interaction, computer vision, machine learning, and data analysis.