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Title Human-computer interaction / Alan Dix ... [and others].

Published New York : Prentice Hall, [1993]
©1993

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 UniM Bund  004.21019 HUMA {Bund89 20200519}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvi, 570 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. The Human -- 2. The Computer -- 3. The Interaction -- 4. Usability Paradigms and Principles -- 5. The Design Process -- 6. Models of the User in Design -- 7. Task Analysis -- 8. Dialogue Notations and Design -- 9. Models of the System -- 10. Implementation Support -- 11. Evaluation Techniques -- 12. Help and Documentation -- 13. Groupware -- 14. CSCW Issues and Theory -- 15. Multi-sensory Systems.
Summary Extensively researched to meet course requirements, this is an important new textbook in Human-Computer Interaction. It provides a multi-disciplinary perspective to the subject for undergraduate students in Human-Computer Interaction and Interface Design in Computer Science, Psychology and Cognitive Science departments. Human-Computer Interaction features thorough treatment of HCI from basic concepts to cutting-edge research issues; Computer Science and Psychology perspectives; emphasis on practical applications as well as theory, including worked examples, exercises at all levels and suggested experiments; and structured text allowing for use in a complete HCI course or shorter single course units.
Other author Dix, Alan.
Subject Human-computer interaction.
ISBN 0134372115