Cognitive Science and Its Applications for Human-Computer Interaction

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COGNITIVE SCIENCE and its APPLICATIONS for HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION

Edited by Raymonde Guindon Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1988 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1: Constrained Design Processes: Steps Towards Convivial Computing 1
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 9: Conclusions 52
  • References 53
  • Appendix: Code Generated by Trikit 56
  • 2: The Consequences of Consistent and Inconsistent User Interfaces 59
  • 1: Introduction 59
  • Acknowledgements 105
  • References 106
  • 3: Computer-Aided Reasoned Discourse Or, How to Argue with A Computer 109
  • 1: Introduction 109
  • Acknowledgements 147
  • References 148
  • Appendix: Arl 154
  • 4: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Dialogue Structure in User-Advisor Dialogues 163
  • 1: Introduction 163
  • Acknowledgements 195
  • References 196
  • Appendix I: Excerpt from A Typed Dialogue 198
  • Appendix Ii: Part of A Task Structure with Inserted Subdialogues 199
  • 5: Semnet: Three-Dimensional Graphic Representations of Large Knowledge Bases 201
  • 1: Introduction 201
  • 7: Conclusion 229
  • References 233
  • 6: "As We May Think"?: Psychological Considerations in the Design of A Personal Filing System 235
  • 1: Introduction 235
  • 4: Conclusion 282
  • References 285
  • 7: The Application of User Knowledge to Interface Design 289
  • 6: Conclusions 333
  • Acknowledgements 335
  • References 336
  • Index 339
  • Subject Index 343
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