Software psychology: human factors in computer and information systems
Motivation for a psychological approach; Research methods; Programming as human performance; Programming style; Software quality evaluation; Team organizations and group processes; Database systems and data models; Database query and manipulation languages; Natural language; Interactive interface issues; Designing interactive systems.
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MOTIVATION FOR A PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH
PROGRAMMING AS HUMAN PERFORMANCE 59
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50 CapSc application approach behavior bugs CapSc chief programmer COBOL cognitive commands complexity comprehension computer program computer systems control structures cyclomatic complexity data manipulation languages data models database systems debugging dialog difficult domain environment errors evaluation experiment experimental facilities Figure flowcharts FORTRAN function Gilb goals gramming Halstead hardware Human Factors improve indentation information systems input interactive systems internal semantics learning managers measure memory metrics mnemonic modification module Montvale MTBF natural language nonprogrammers novices operations output peer review percent performance PL/I problem produce programming language query language questions relational algebra relational model reliability RESORT-NAME response schema scores semantic semantic knowledge semantic structures Shneiderman SKI-PATROLLERS SKI-RESORTS software metrics software psychology specific statements structured programming subjects subschema syntactic knowledge syntax system design Table task techniques terminal time-sharing tion TRAILS TYPE usage users variable names