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This unit is concerned with the design of computer systems that are used by people with specific tasks in mind, and who want to use them in a way that fits seamlessly into their everyday work. This unit covers topics in the design of human computer interfaces and the methods used to evaluate user interfaces with human subjects. The unit includes material from a range of disciplines including: psychology, cognitive science, sociology, linguistics, ergonomics, and computer science and engineering. This material is brought together to provide a match between human capabilities and computer technologies. Topics include: the human information processing system; models of interaction; and... -- Course Website

Instructor: Computing staff

Prerequisites: 18cp and (COMP115(P) or COMP155(P)) 

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