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Author Name    Johnsson, Bengt

Title   THE HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERFACE IN COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS - INVESTIGATIONS OF DIALOGUE DESIGN FACTORS AND USABILITY WITH ALPHANUMERIC DISPLAY TERMINALS

Book Condition   New

Publisher   Linkoping Department of Electrical Engineering, Linkoping University 1981

Seller ID   4416

9173724149 Linkoping University Studies in Science & Technology Dissertations No. 58; 8vo; 315 pages; An unopened and unread copy. Abstract: When terminal based computer systems are incorporated in administrative processes, man-computer interface technology for many reasons becomes a crucial problem area. Terminal users ("terminalists") in such systems account for a vast number of terminal hours. These people are not computer specialists and they have steadily increasing demands on working conditions and salaries. Little is known about especially psychological man-machine matching. A wide systems view including qualities of both man and machine is needed to create usable, acceptable and efficient systems. The present project included field investigations and controlled experimentation. The former activities gave information on practical systems, such as their characteristics and experienced problems related to man-computer cooperation. The latter activities gave concrete, new knowledge on a number of design properties o

Computers And Humans

Price = 300.00 USD


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