The past decade has seen the growth and diffusion of information technology exceeding most predictions, even those of many optimistic researchers. At the same time, there has also been a substantial increase in concern for the human aspects of computing and information technology systems. Brought together in this book are 150 papers presenting, discussing and surveying recent research into Human-Computer Interaction. Included are a number of case studies describing a wide range of applications and projects.The equation table in the Algebra Word Problem Tutor. solving claims that solving a problem involves the generation and ... generated, and these can be combined in many ways, but only one set of equations and several sets of combinations yields the answer. ... Second, the two-dimensional structure of the tabic reveals the systematicity of the primitive equations, most importantly which equations shareanbsp;...
|Title||:||Human-computer Interaction-- INTERACT '90|
|Publisher||:||North Holland - 1990|