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Código: 004.019 S42 [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
Ubicación:Segundo piso estanteria abierta
Autor Personal:Smith-Atakan, Serengul
TítuloHuman-computer interaction
Ciudad: London
Editorial: Thomson Learning
Año: 2006
Descripción:xiv, 204 páginas; figs.; tabls.; grafs.; il.; col. 24 cm.
ISBN:9781844804542
Notas:F.I. 11/03/2011
Palabras Claves:INFORMÁTICA;
Términos Locales:Informática - Interacción hombre - computadora;
Encabezados Geográficos:

Código: 004.019 S42 [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
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300:xiv, 204 páginas; figs.; tabls.; grafs.; il.; col. 24 cm.
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650:INFORMÁTICA
653Informática - Interacción hombre - computadora

Smith-Atakan, Serengul. Human-computer interaction. -- . --London: Thomson Learning: 2006. # Ingreso:1006964

   xiv, 204 páginas; figs.; tabls.; grafs.; il.; col..24 cm..

Contents Series preface Preface About the website 1 Introduction 1.1 Introduction 1.2 A badly designed interactive system 1.3 Who designs interactive systems? 1.4 Engineering 1.5 What is useful or usable? 1.6 The rest of this book 1.7 Summary 1.8 Review questions 1.9 Answers to review questions 2 Making interactive systems feel natural for users 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Natural computing 2.3 Natural computing and user-centred system design 2.4 Six principles of natural computing 2.5 Core concepts 2.6 Interactive design 2.7 Strengths and weaknesses of interactive systems 2.8 Summary 2.9 Review questions 2.9 Answers to review questiond 2.10 Feedback on activities 3 User modelling in user-centred system design (UCSD) 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Types of user model 3.3 User models and evaluation 3.4 Heuristic evaluation 3.5 Summary 3.6 Review questions 3.7 Answers to review questions 3.8 Feedback on activities 4 The user-centred system design process 4.1 Introduction 4.2 The Waterfall model 4.3 Stages of the waterfall model 4.4 User-centred system design 4.5 Key activities of user-centred system design 4.6 Summary 4.7 Review questions 4.8 Answers to review questions 4.9 Feedback on activities 5. Task analysis 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Task analysis 5.3 What is task analysis 5.4 Purposes of task analysis 5.5 Approaches to task analysis 5.6 Hierachical task analysis 5.7 Summary 5.8 Review questions 5.9 Answers to review questions 5.10 Feedback on activities 6 Requirements gathering, storyboarding and prototyping 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Waterfall versus UCSD 6.3 Three phases of the UCSD process 6.4 Requirements gathering 6.5 Design and storyboarding 6.6 Prototyping 6.7 Techniques used in prototyping 6.8 Summary 6.9 Review questions 6.10 Answers to review questions 6.11 Feedback on activities 7 Psychology: memory 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Psychology - memory 7.3 Background psychology 7.4 Cognitive psychology 7.5 The Model Human Processor 7.6 Alternative theories 7.7 Advancing simplistic theories 7.8 Summary 7.9 Review questions 7.10 Answers to review questions 7.11 Feedback on activities 8 Cognitive psychology: perception 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Attention 8.3 Theories of human perception 8.4 Beyond visual perception: other perceptual channels 8.5 Summary 8.6 Review questions 8.7 Answers to review questions 8.8 Feedback on activities 9 Evaluation 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Evaluation as part of user-centred design 9.3 Observational evaluation 9.4 Protocol analysis 9.5 Experiments 9.6 Cognitive walkthrough 9.7 Other evaluation methods 9.8 Summary 9.9 Review questions 9.10 Answers to review questions 9.11 Feedback on activities 10 UCSD and advanced technology 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Emerging human-computer interface technologies 10.3 The invisible computer. 10.4 The technology adoption/innovation diffusion cycle 10.5 Information appliances 10.6 Different types of input device 10.7 Output devices 10.8 Summary 10.9 Review questions 10.10 Answers to review questions 10.11 Feedback on activities 11 Universal access and´design for all´ 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Universal design (´design for all´) 11.3 Inclusive design 11.4 Accessibility 11.5 Usability 11.6 Summary 11.7 Review questions 11.8 Answers to review questions 11.9 Feedback on activities 12 Review 12.1 Introduction 12.2 HCI: what it is and why it is important 12.3 Interactive system design and natural computing 12.4 User modelling and user-centred system design 12.5 The user-centred system design process 12.6 Task analysis 12.7 Requirements gathering, storyboarding and prototyping 12.8 Cognitive psychology: memory, attention and perception 12.9 Evaluation as part of the UCSD process 12.10 Emerging human-computer interface technologies 12.11 Universal access and´design for all´ Appendix 1: Glossary of terms Appendix 2: Full bibliography Index

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