Computer Interfacing: Connection to the Real World

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Edward Arnold, 1989 - Science - 228 pages
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Concerned with the structure and design of computer interfaces, this concentrates on those connecting with the real world rather than those with computer-like peripherals, as the former present particular problems. Inadequacies in interface design are a common cause of system failure.

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