Graphic Display Interaction. Part II. Information Structure and Basic Functions.
DEFENCE AND CIVIL INST OF ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE DOWNSVIEW (ONTARIO)
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This report discusses the interaction with a computer graphic display in terms of adding, erasing and manipulating symbols that represent pieces of information and the links between them. A model is presented of information organization based on symbolic representation of items and attributes. An analysis of types of interaction tasks produced a set of basic graphic functions to be used as a basis for comparing computer data entry devices for graphical interaction. Author
- Printing and Graphic Arts