Human-Centered Computing: Cognitive, Social, and Ergonomic Aspects
Don Harris, Michael Smith, Vincent Duffy, Constantine Stephanidis
Taylor & Francis, Sep 1, 2003 - Computers - 1504 pages
This text studies the cognitive, social and ergonomic aspects of human-centred computing and covers topics including: ergonomics and health aspects; cognitive ergonomics; engineering psychology; online communities, collaboration and knowledge; and applications and services.
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