Human-Computer Interaction 3e Dix, Finlay, Abowd, Beale

exercises  -  1. the human

EXERCISE 1.14 [extra - not in book]

Consider the train booth scenario. Give four examples of knowledge stored in LT memory, e.g. declarative, procedural, semantic and episodic (4 points).

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Declarative knowledge – current station, destination station

Procedural knowledge – how to interact with a system through a card (magnetic or chip based)

Semantic knowledge – any idea of the itinerary

Episodic knowledge – the first trip by train, or any memories related to the destination location.


Other exercises in this chapter

ex.1.1 (ans), ex.1.2 (ans), ex.1.3 (ans), ex.1.4 (tut), ex.1.5 (tut), ex.1.6 (open), ex.1.7 (open), ex.1.8 (tut), ex.1.9 (tut), ex.1.10 (tut), ex.1.11 (tut), ex.1.12 (tut), ex.1.13 (tut), ex.1.14 (tut)

all exercises for this chapter


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