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User Interfaces for All
This Chapter discusses the cognitive science approach to HCI, and in particular how some cognitive science models can be used to facilitate the goal of User Interfaces for All. Two major approaches to modeling human computer interaction are described, showing the benefits they offer, but also the limitations in their use by system developers. Two tools which overcome these usability problems, at the cost of constraining the cognitive phenomena they can capture, are also described. Finally,doi:10.1201/9780429285059-8 fatcat:ukhop5vlrnf5np2ehzjqutjstu