Quantitative measures for evaluating human-computer interfaces

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Abstract

There are currently four different views on human computer interaction in measuring interactive qualities: (1) the interaction-oriented view, (2) the user-oriented view, (3) the product-oriented view and (4) the formal view. Two different possibilities of measurement within the product-oriented view are introduced. Different types of user interfaces can be described and differentiated by the concept of `interaction points'. Regarding the interactive semantic of `functional interaction points' (FIPs), four different types of FIPs must be discriminated. Based on the concept of FIPs, the dimensions `[visual] feedback' and `interactive directness' can be quantified
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHuman-computer interaction (HCI international) : proceedings of the 5th international conference, Orlando, Florida, August 8-13, 1993
EditorsG. Salvendy, M.J. Smith
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherElsevier
Pages612-617
ISBN (Print)044489540X
Publication statusPublished - 1993

Publication series

NameAdvances in Human Factors/Ergonomics
Volume19
ISSN (Print)0921-2647

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    Rauterberg, G. W. M. (1993). Quantitative measures for evaluating human-computer interfaces. In G. Salvendy, & M. J. Smith (Eds.), Human-computer interaction (HCI international) : proceedings of the 5th international conference, Orlando, Florida, August 8-13, 1993 (pp. 612-617). (Advances in Human Factors/Ergonomics; Vol. 19). Elsevier.