Human-Computer Interaction Group (HCI)
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|University of York (UK)|
|A group founded in 1984 to pursue research into the design and evaluation of interactive systems. Its interdisciplinary approach integrates rigorous formal methods from the latest software engineering research with theories of perception, learning, and error developed within cognitive and social psychology, sociology, and linguistics. The concern is not just with the standard user in isolation, but also the user's task and community and users with special needs, such as disabled users and operators of safety-critical systems. Research into Formal Development of Interactive Systems; Human Error Tolerance; Alternative Interfaces; Communication by Computer. HCI Bibliography and User Interfaces for Theorem Provers.|
|Resource Types:||Departments, Research Centers, Publications|
|Math Topics:||Computer Systems|
|Math Ed Topics:||Disabled/Challenged, Computers|
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