Model-Based Human-Computer Interaction.
Final rept. Jun 94-Dec 97,
NORTHWESTERN UNIV EVANSTON IL INST FORTHE LEARNING SCIENCES
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The purpose of this project was to investigate the application of explicit task modeling techniques to human-computer interaction. In the first phase of this project, reported in Part I of this document, the focus of the investigation was on techniques for wing task models to direct interface design and automatically compile user interfaces. This resulted in the development of a prototype model-based interface design tool, MODEST. The second half of the project concentrated on techniques for directly employing task models in the architecture of intelligent performance support systems. This resulted the design and implementation of a fully functioning prototype integrated performance support system in the area of Air Campaign Planning.
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems