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Information Visualization: Perception for Design

Colin Ware - Computers - 2004 - 486 pages
Most designers know that yellow text presented against a blue background reads clearly and easily, but how many can explain why, and what really are the best ways to help ...
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KADS: A Principled Approach to Knowledge-based System Development

Guus Schreiber, Bob Wielinga, Joost Breuker - Computers - 1993 - 457 pages
KADS is a structured methodology for the development of knowledge based systems which has been adopted throughout the world by academic and industrial professionals alike. KADS ...
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Skill Acquisition and Human Performance

Robert W. Proctor, Addie Dutta, Addie Ehrenstein - Psychology - 1995 - 442 pages
By pulling together research from a variety of relatively distinct research areas, Skill Acquisition and Human Performance provides a coherent picture of our current ...
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Hypertext and Cognition

Jean-François Rouet - Computers - 1996 - 175 pages
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Designing Usable Electronic Text: Ergonomic Aspects Of Human Information Usage

A Dillon - Technology & Engineering - 1994 - 206 pages
Electronic documents offer the possibility of presenting virtually unlimited amounts of information to readers in forms which can be rapidly searched and structured to suit ...
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Concept Data Analysis: Theory and Applications

Claudio Carpineto, Giovanni Romano - Computers - 2004 - 220 pages
With the advent of the Web along with the unprecedented amount of information available in electronic format, conceptual data analysis is more useful and practical than ever ...
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The New media: communication, research, and technology

Ronald E. Rice - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1984 - 352 pages
The New Media seeks to fill several gaps in the growing literature on the uses, impacts, and implications of the new media explosion: between policy and academic research ...
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Frontiers of Game Theory

K. G. Binmore, A. P. Kirman, Piero Tani - Business & Economics - 1993 - 351 pages
seventeen contributions reflecting the many diverse approaches in the field today
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