Interactive Man-Machine Communication.
Annual rept. 1 Feb 72-31 Jan 73,
YALE UNIV NEW HAVEN CONN DEPT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES
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To demonstrate that, for users with varying psychological characteristics, alternative modes of man-computer dialogue should be provided for a given task, an experimental design has been formulated. The research on specific hypotheses involves conceptual complexity and environmental complexity. To facilitate the design of alternative modes of man-computer dialogue, a technique of protocol analysis for information system design is adapted from that used in artificial intelligence research. A description of this new technique is included. Two papers outline some of the objectives and methodologies currently in use.
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