Human Interaction with Computers

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Academic Press, 1980 - Computers - 369 pages
The first chapter is intended to provide an introduction to many of the subjects that are discussed in detail elsewhere in the book. In the second chapter, Mike Fitter and Max Sime discuss the problems of creating people-responsive computers. The third chapter continues this discussion. The fourth chapter turns to the somewhat wider subject of the sociological implications of computer systems.

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Contents

Introduction
2
5
26
Creating Responsive Computers
39
13
59
Introduction
126
129
157
7
173
8
195
Applications in Architecture
203
DecisionMaking
231
Introduction
268
The Design and Use of Conventional Programming
321
New Directions in Programming
349
Subject Index
367
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