Human-Computer Interaction: Input Devices.

Jacob, Robert J. K.

1996

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  • All aspects of human-computer interaction, from the high-level concerns of organizational context and system requirements to the conceptual, semantic, syntactic, and lexical levels of user interface design, are ultimately funneled through physical input and output actions and devices. The fundamental task in computer input is to move information from the brain of the user to the computer. Progress... read more
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  • Jacob, Robert J. K. "Human-Computer Interaction: Input Devices." ACM Computing Surveys 28, no. 1 (March 1, 1996): 177-179. doi:10.1145/234313.234387.
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