Identifiability: A Predictive Quantitative Measure for the Comparison of a Task Designed in Different Interaction Styles.

Christou, Georgios.

Jacob, Robert J. K.

2005

Description
  • This paper presents a predictive quantitative measure for the comparison of the performance of a task, when that task is designed in different interaction styles. The paper presents an extension of Task Knowledge Structures (Johnson and Johnson, 1991a) and based on this extension it presents identifiability, which is the evaluative and predictive measure that is the main focus of the paper. The pa... read more
This object is in collection Subject Permanent URL Citation
  • Christou, Georgios and Robert J.K. Jacob. "Identifiability: A Predictive Quantitative Measure for the Comparison of a Task Designed in Different Interaction Styles." Paper presented at the HCI International 2005 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Las Vegas, NV, July 22-27, 2005.
ID:
1n79hg721
To Cite:
DCA Citation Guide    EndNote
Usage:
Detailed Rights