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

exercises  -  17. models of the system

EXERCISE 17.10 [extra - not in book]

Formal methods and software engineering offer different perspectives on HCI. For each of these

(a) Summarise the view of HCI taken, and the contribution to HCI made, by the perspective.

(b) What view of users and tasks is taken by the perspective?

(c) What tools and methods does the perspectives provide to assist interface designers?

(d) How do these different perspectives relate to each other?

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ex.17.1 (ans), ex.17.2 (ans), ex.17.3 (ans), ex.17.4 (ans), ex.17.5 (tut), ex.17.6 (tut), ex.17.7 (tut), ex.17.8 (tut), ex.17.9 (tut), ex.17.10 (tut)

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