A Workshop on the Gathering of Information for Problem Formulation
Final rept. Mar 1980-Sep 1981
GEORGIA TECH RESEARCH INST ATLANTA
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The purpose of this workshop was to assemble a group of research scientists from various disciplines to discuss and report their research findings on problem representation for interactive information processing. The proposed general topic was limited to the problems of representation and information processing in the context of human computer interface. Based on this theme, a set of topics was developed and used to select and organize speakers and panels. Topics were 1 Psycholinguistic factors in computer communication 2 Compatible knowledge and memory structures for computer communication 3 Representing and structuring displayed information in computer communication and 4 Representing information for decision, learning, and help processes in computer communication. The result was a successful workshop that included a total of 20 presentations and 40 participants.
- Computer Systems
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems