Graphic Display Interaction. Part I. Literature Review.
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This paper presents a critical review of the ergonomic literature on devices for entry and manipulation of data on a computer graphic display system. A general review is made of the extensive research effort devoted to studies of keyboard design and operation, and to studies of devices for target acquisition and tracking. The main body of the paper reviews the more recent body of published work on devices for man-computer interaction. Conclusions are presented on the nature and limitations of the existing body of human factors data on graphic display interaction devices. Author
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