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Cognitive Ergonomics and Human-Computer Interaction

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Overview

Cognitive ergonomics and HCI encompass a wide range of research and development activities in both academic and industrial environments, and the book satisfies a clear need for the dissemination of the knowledge generated by work in progress, or completed. Detailed reports of numerous long-term research projects are provided, set within a framework for describing cognitive ergonomics activities and understanding their relationships. The contributors provide detailed coverage of substantial empirical investigations, rather than summarizing specific areas of theoretical speculations. The different contributions are integrated and have been rigorously edited within guidelines set by the editors in the first chapter. Resource computer scientists, ergonomicists and behavioral scientists will be interested in this volume.

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"...provides readable, detailed reports on several long-term research projects, set within a framework for describing cognitive ergonomics activities and understanding their relationships." Computer Book Review
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Detailed reports of numerous long-term research projects are provided, set within a framework for describing cognitive ergonomics activities and understanding their relationships. Includes detailed coverage of substantial empirical investigations, rather than specific areas of theoretical speculations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Preface; 1. Cognitive ergonomics and human-computer interaction: an introduction John Long; 2. Interfacing the laboratory with the real world: a cognitive approach to colour assignment in visual displays John Campion; 3. Constructing appropriate models of computer users: the case of engineering designers Andy Whitefield; 4. Developing a science base for the naming of computer commands Phil Barnard, Jonathan Grudin and Allan Maclean; 5. A notation for reasoning about learning Stephen Payne; 6. Expressing research findings to have a practical influence on design Paul Buckley; 7. Task analysis for knowledge descriptions: theory and application in training Dan Diaper and Peter Johnson; 8. The life and times of ded, text display editor Richard Bornat and Harold Thimbleby.

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