Part of our work on "Steering Law" was submitted to CHI, the
most rigorously refereed conference in the field of HCI. A very rare outcome
happened to this paper. The six primary referees and one meta reviewer
of the paper unanimously gave the paper perfect 5 ratings. We are also
very encouraged by the extremely positive comments from these reviewers.
Here are some quotes:
" I can only wonder why it has taken so long for
a paper like this to appear.... "
" A beautifully done piece of work."
"This paper introduces a very important new theoretical
model of great importance to the CHI field."
"Yes, yes, yes, yes, and yes. Not trying to be cute
here, but the paper is a model for presenting research in a readable, concise,
and contextually based manner."
"....... this is good stuff."
" Clearly, a fine example of an empirical paper,
just as submitted."
"A very elegant extension of Fitts' law to emerging
"..... *must* be published asap."
" This is a model of what such papers should be.
A very impressive piece of research. Fundamental, well-founded in theory,
yet presented with great clarity and precision."
"Nothing is missing, and nothing inessential is included."
"They uniformly considered this paper to be excellent
on every dimension. I agree, it's a rare paper and there's no question
that it should be accepted." - The meta reviewer.