1. S. MacKenzie, Motor Behaviour Models for Human-Computer Interaction. Chapter for J. M. Carroll, Toward a multidisciplinary science of human-computer interaction. http://www.cs.uta.fi/~scott/mmm/MacKenzieChapter.PDF
    • Overview book chapter of models for motor movements -- Fitts, Guiards, KLM, Buxton's 3-state and more
  2. Steven C. Seow. Information Theoretic Models of HCI: A Comparison of the Hick-Hyman Law and Fitts' Law. Human-Computer Interaction, Volume 20, Issue 3 September 2005 , pages 315 - 352 http://www.informaworld.com.proxy2.lib.umanitoba.ca/smpp/ftinterface~content=a784766523~fulltext=713240930
    • The history and current use of Fitts and Hick-Heyman Laws in HCI.
  3. Plumlee, M. D. and Ware, C. 2006. Zooming versus multiple window interfaces: Cognitive costs of visual comparisons. ACM Trans. Comput.-Hum. Interact. 13, 2 (Jun. 2006), 179-209. http://doi.acm.org.proxy2.lib.umanitoba.ca/10.1145/1165734.1165736
    • Presents a model of interaction time for"navigation-intensive tasks" using zooming and/or multiple window interfaces (ie overviews).
  4. Guiard, Y. & Beaudouin-Lafon, M. (Eds.). Fitts’ Law Fifty Years Later: Applications and Contributions from Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 875-905). A special Issue of the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2004, Volume 61, Issue 6. http://cogprints.org/4338/1/Target_acquisition_multiscale_electronic_worlds.pdf
    • Applying Fitts to multi-scale interfaces (ie pan/zoom)
  5. Tovi Grossman, Ravin Balakrishnan. (2005). A probabilistic approach to modeling two-dimensional pointing. TOCHI Volume 12, Isuue 3 (September 2005): ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction p. 435-459. http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~tovi/papers/tochi2005fittslaw.pdf
    • Probabalistic Fitts' Law.
  6. Tovi Grossman, Nicholas Kong, Ravin Balakrishnan. (2007). Modeling pointing at targets of arbitrary shapes. CHI 2007 Conference Proceedings: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems p. 463-472. http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~tovi/papers/chi%202007%20arbitrary%20shapes.pdf
    • Using the probabalistic Fitts to predict pointing for non-rectangular targets. Has a good overview of Probabalistic Fitts' Law.
  7. Tovi Grossman, Ravin Balakrishnan. (2004). Pointing at trivariate targets in 3D environments. CHI 2004 Conference Proceedings: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems p. 447-454. http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~tovi/papers/chi20043dfitts.pdf
    • 3D Fitts' Law
  8. Raghavendra Kattinakere, Tovi Grossman, Sriram Subramanian. (2007). Modeling steering within above-the-surface interaction layers. CHI 2007 Conference Proceedings: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems p. 317-326. http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~tovi/papers/chi%202007%20steering.pdf
    • Essentially a 3D steering law, follows logically from the 3D Fitts' Model
  9. A Cockburn, C Gutwin and S Greenberg. A Predictive Model of Menu Performance Proceedings of ACM CHI'2007 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA, 24-27 April. 2007 http://hci.usask.ca/publications/2007/morphing.pdf
    • Model for cascading menus. Combines Hick-Heyman and Fitts.
  10. Cockburn, A., and Gutwin, C. (2008) A Predictive Model of Human Performance with Scrolling and Hierarchical Lists, Human Computer Interaction, (accepted August 2007) http://hci.usask.ca/publications/2008/cockburn-jhci.pdf
    • Haven't read this yet, I expect it is an extension of the menu model
  11. Cao, X., Li, J. J., and Balakrishnan, R. 2008. Peephole pointing: modeling acquisition of dynamically revealed targets. In Proceeding of the Twenty-Sixth Annual SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Florence, Italy, April 05 - 10, 2008). CHI '08. ACM, New York, NY, 1699-1708. http://www.dgp.utoronto.ca/~ravin/papers/chi2008_peepholepointing.pdf
    • A Fitts like model for "dynamically revealed targets".