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A model-based analysis of errors in display-based HCI

Muneo Kitajima, Peter G. Polson
1994 Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '94  
This paper describes a model-based analysis of errors in expert use of graphical user interfaces.  ...  The model provides a well motivated account of errors made by expert users. Finally, the use of the model in interface evaluation is discussed.  ...  MODEL-BASED ANALYSIS OF ERRORS Small values of the attention parameter cause the model to make errors because it does not focus on information related to user's goals during the elaboration process, and  ... 
doi:10.1145/259963.260508 dblp:conf/chi/KitajimaP94 fatcat:cxuoeb6xzraxlbhb4mupxf2fwa

Towards the Human–Machine Interaction: Strategies, Design, and Human Reliability Assessment of Crews' Response to Daily Cargo Ship Navigation Tasks

Su Han, Tengfei Wang, Jiaqi Chen, Ying Wang, Bo Zhu, Yiqi Zhou
2021 Sustainability  
The objective of this study is to propose a method of interaction strategies based on a cognitive-processing model in crews' daily navigation tasks.  ...  Human error is a crucial factor leading to maritime traffic accidents. The effect of human–computer interaction (HCI) also plays a leading role in human error.  ...  Acknowledgments: This work was supported by the Key Research Program of Shandong Province (31370004042010). Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13158173 fatcat:lfxgewdq2fesvcp6w2pepass2a

Analysis of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Model in SMEs

Arvind Atreya
2020 Journal of Sustainable Machines  
Because of extensive research to incorporate diversified HCI into an understandable model, this paper evaluates HCI model in SMEs to provide the projected guidance to designers of the system using Information  ...  In Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is considered as a cross-disciplinary segment applied in ergonomics, psychology and the engineering departments.  ...  The issue of HCI, such as the inconsistent command and the cryptic error message are accurately documented and reviewed based on computer revolution and the advent of IT in SMEs.  ... 
doi:10.46532/jsm.20200903 fatcat:5x2nq352vvfzplth53yw6vkci4

Page 1401 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 80, Issue 3 [page]

1993 Psychological Abstracts  
analysis; however, cognitive HCI methods have existed in isolation from SE meth- ods.  ...  It is suggested that a comprehensive HCI and SE method embedded in a support environment of tools and knowledge bases is needed to help design an integrated people systems engineering environment. 11773  ... 

Accessibility Guidelines for Tactile Displays in Human-Robot Interaction. A Comparative Study and Proposal [chapter]

Malak Qbilat, Ana Iglesias
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
An extensive study and comparison of the main accessibility guidelines, standards and recommendations is conducted. Moreover, a first draft of guideline for tactile displays in HRI is proposed.  ...  This paper is focused on the accessibility requirements of tactile displays integrated into service robots.  ...  Accessibility Guidelines for Tactile Displays in Human-Robot Interaction  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-94274-2_29 fatcat:pocsm7fcvnbnzml5wlwbstvjqi

The use of analytical models in human-computer-interface design

Leo Gugerty
1993 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
Tullis implementedhis regressionmodel in the Display Analysis Program (Tullis, 1986) . This program accepts a display layout as input.  ...  analytical model of HCI tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1006/imms.1993.1030 fatcat:ii7dgvdlcfemxikkxr4satfive

Designing claims for reuse in interactive systems design

A.G. SUTCLIFFE, J.M. CARROLL
1999 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
This employs a walkthrough technique based on Norman's model of action with questions directed at the contributions a claim makes to usability at different stages in interaction.  ...  The schema elaborates the description of HCI knowledge in claims and enables reuse by describing the assumptions and dependencies upon which a claim rests.  ...  The authors wish to thank Sean Arthur, Mary-Beth Rosson and John Dowell for comment on drafts of this paper. This work was carried out while AGS was on sabbatical at Virginia Tech.  ... 
doi:10.1006/ijhc.1999.0245 fatcat:b32pipz62jg3ldzt3kvwzcvtry

An Architecture Supporting Intelligent Mobile Healthcare Using Human-Computer Interaction HCI Principles

Mesfer Alrizq, Shauban Ali Solangi, Abdullah Alghamdi, Muhammad Ali Nizamani, Muhammad Ali Memon, Mohammed Hamdi
2022 Computer systems science and engineering  
The HCI design focuses on the ease-of-use, including user experience and safety, alarms, and error-resistant displays of the end-user, and improves user's experience and user satisfaction.  ...  The HCI also provides the support for the User-Centric Design (UCD) for smart mHealthcare models.  ...  alarms and error resistant displays, timely responses, personalization, and privacy, as illustrated in Fig. 3 .  ... 
doi:10.32604/csse.2022.018800 fatcat:eb7okhm7srhs3hbz2sey2xobrm

Human-Computer Interface for Control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Doran Cavett, Marcus Coker, Rebecca Jimenez, Bedis Yaacoubi
2007 2007 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium  
a task, the number of errors that occur during the task, and the satisfaction level.  ...  Because of the limitations of human cognitive skills, judgment, decision-making, and tactical understanding in the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), there is a need to redesign the current human-computer  ...  MODELING APPROACH The modeling approach the Team took towards the HCI consisted of creating two prototypes based on the two main design alternatives.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sieds.2007.4374014 fatcat:ym7zt4joqnfv5lir3jpktdjel4

Analyzing Human-Computer Interaction as Distributed Cognition: The Resources Model

Peter C. Wright, Robert E. Fields, Michael D. Harrison
2000 Human-Computer Interaction  
with an interest in formal modeling of interactive systems; he is Professor and Head of the ABSTRACT 2 In this paper, we present a new approach to interaction modeling based on the concept of information  ...  Rather our motivation is that the recent developments in DC are so obviously relevant to HCI modeling and design yet the ideas have lacked visibility in the HCI community.  ...  This observation spurred a number of attempts at modeling what has come to be called display-based interaction. 11 Howes & Payne (1990) developed a model of display-based interaction based on taskaction  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327051hci1501_01 fatcat:6r64ej4vxjh3dfsv3s6pgcayqi

Human Factors and Ergonomics in Engineering Curricula

Pere Ponsa
2012 Journal of Ergonomics  
In this sense we use the project based learning approach trying to develop prototype interfaces and we have special care in the specifications of the product design and the analysis requirements of the  ...  In fact, the revisited analysis of the international standard ISO 13407 proposes an extended version of these principles based on relevant aspects of the user's experience when interacting with the product  ...  In this sense we use the project based learning approach trying to develop prototype interfaces and we have special care in the specifications of the product design and the analysis requirements of the  ... 
doi:10.4172/2165-7556.1000e110 fatcat:lr47juj6rjcfxcy5f2fcglkphq

Cognitive Architecture [chapter]

Michael Byrne
2009 Human Factors and Ergonomics  
The relevant production rules can be generated based on a GOMS analysis of the task to be modeled. • The complexity of a task will be reflected in the number and content of the production rules.  ...  The left half of the display is a tactical task in which the user must classify objects as hostile or neutral based on their behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b10368-7 fatcat:5fxge52xkbbgtfeweksfxabnnq

Cognitive Architecture [chapter]

Michael Byrne
2007 The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook  
The relevant production rules can be generated based on a GOMS analysis of the task to be modeled. • The complexity of a task will be reflected in the number and content of the production rules.  ...  The left half of the display is a tactical task in which the user must classify objects as hostile or neutral based on their behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781410615862.ch5 fatcat:pjfpid37azcexe74hhmc5xu6m4

Cognitive architectures and HCI

Susan S. Kirschenbaum, Wayne D. Gray, Richard M. Young
1996 ACM SIGCHI Bulletin  
Participants compared approaches to a set of selected HCI problems and alternative solutions, and compared the strengths and weaknesses of the architectures.  ...  A list of additional issues was generated and discussed.  ...  Polson (1992, 1994, in press) use this architecture to solve problems in action planning with display-based HCI.  ... 
doi:10.1145/226650.226657 fatcat:qw5zt5sw5bcgnkdleye723mfiy

Dismal: A spreadsheet for sequential data analysis and HCI experimentation

Frank E. Ritter, Alexander B. Wood
2005 Behavior Research Methods  
Example uses of these capabilities are provided including two cognitive models that have had their behavior aligned with protocols, extensions useful for teaching and doing HCI design, and studies using  ...  Dismal has three particular features of interest to those interested in studying behavior: (a) the ability to manipulate and align sequential data, (b) an open architecture that allows users to expand  ...  Acknowledgements The initial development work was done jointly with David Fox when he was at NYU and was sponsored in part by a training grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03206400 pmid:16097346 fatcat:hq64vbbmnzbmtevkg5fx3zmx3q
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