Formal aspects of human interaction

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Statement[guest editors: J.I. Siddiqi, C.R. Roast].
SeriesIEE proceedings -- vol.144 (4)
ContributionsSiddiqi, J. I., Roast, C. R.
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Open LibraryOL17163017M

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This book provides a comprehensive collection of methods and approaches for using formal methods within Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research, the use of which is a prerequisite for usability and user-experience (UX) when engineering interactive systems.

Formal methods have already been shown to improve the development process and quality assurance in system design and implementation. This volume examines whether these benefits also apply to the field of human-computer interface design and implementation, and whether formal methods can offer useful support in usability evaluation and obtaining more reliable implementations of user requirements.

This book explores the importance of these interactions, aspects related with trust, communication, data protection, usability concerning organizational change, and e-learning. The advancement of these theories and practices will benefit from this publication as. Formal Aspects of.

Human-Computer Interaction. Gregory D. Abowd Trinity College, Oxford. Submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Trinity Term, Abstract. This thesis lJrovides a constructive application of formal methods to the study of human-computer interaction. Specifically, we are interested in promoting a prin­ cipled.

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Human-machine interaction with industrial plants and other dynamic technical systems has nowadays been recognized as essential for process safety, quality, and efficiency. It comprises all aspects of Formal aspects of human interaction book and communication between human users and their machines via human.

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Human behavior, on the other hand, is well-adapted for one specific environment and is the product, in part, of a complicated and largely unknown evolutionary process that still may be far from achieving perfection. This book will therefore concentrate on general principles of rational agents, and on components for constructing them.

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For example, the most profitable breed in the Great Plains is probably not the same as the most profitable. Accordingly, sociologists have discussed many aspects of emotions and social interaction (Turner & Stets, ), a few of which we outline here.

One important aspect is that insincere displays of emotion can be used to manipulate a situation. For example, a child or adult may cry to win some sympathy, a display popularly called “crocodile.Especially for developments with a high societal impact like robots in health and care settings, the authors discuss not only technology, design and usage but also ethical aspects.

Thus this book creates both a compendium and a guideline, helping to navigate the design space .The distinction made is largely administrative. Formal education is linked with schools and training institutions; non-formal with community groups and other organizations; and informal covers what is left, e.g.

interactions with friends, family and work colleagues. (See, for example, Coombs and Ahmed ).

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