Cognitive Ergonomics: Understanding, Learning, and Designing Human-Computer Interaction
Academic Press, Sep 3, 2015 - Computers - 261 pages
This reference work covers the breadth of cognitive ergonomics in human*b1computer interaction (HCI). Covering models for design, learning procedures, and planning and understanding, this book is specifically concerned with the cognitive ergonomics of human*b1computer interaction--from analogical thinking to spreadsheet calculation, office organization to process control. It provides an overview of HCI issues from the cognitive perspective.
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