Cognitive Science and Its Applications for Human-computer Interaction
Psychology Press, 1988 - Psychology - 345 pages
First published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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advisor analysis anaphora resolution anaphors antecedents application argument associated Chinese Room claim cluster analysis cognitive Cognitive Science commands common complex computer systems concepts constrained design processes construction current context database design kits dialogue structure display distance document domain editing editor effects Engelbeck EUCLID example Figure file's representation filing system fisheye formal function goal graphic Guindon hierarchical cluster human memory human-computer human-computer interaction interaction Kieras knowledge base knowledge elements knowledge-base learning mapping matching process menu methodology methods multidimensional scaling nodes noun phrases objects operations parameters partial match listing perform personal filing system PFNET Polson problems pronominal psychological query represented rules selected semantic Semnet serial position similar specific spoken face-to-face spreading activation subdialogue subjects task structure tation techniques term tion training order transfer Turing test UNIX user interface user-advisor dialogues user's vector weights window