This volume contains chapters by investigators of issues in the human factors of computing systems. Issues include social factors of computing systems, the overall view of the system by users, how users learn about complex systems, the influence of dialogue, menu, and command language structures on user behaviour, and the effectiveness of various kinds of graphical displays. Chapters explore what makes programs and programming complex, and what cognitve structures programmers use to simplify the task and investigate various documentation options.Now Ia#39;m touching the backspace key and it is not erasing anything, [because keyboard remains locked] So I have made ... Reset/Help? [Presses the reset key, which is the correct remedy] E: Pressing reset? L: I pressed reset/help to see whatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Human Factors in Computer Systems|
|Author||:||John Charles Thomas, Michael Louis Schneider|
|Publisher||:||Intellect Books - 1984|