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Construction and Evaluation of a User Experience Questionnaire
An end-user questionnaire to measure user experience quickly in a simple and immediate way while covering a preferably comprehensive impression of the product user experience was the goal of theExpand
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Konstruktion eines Fragebogens zur Messung der User Experience von Softwareprodukten
Mit dem User Experience Questionnaire wurde ein Fragebogen entwickelt, der eine schnelle Messung verschiedener Kriterien der Softwarequalität erlaubt. Die Relevanz der Kriterien für die BeurteilungExpand
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The influence of hedonic quality on the attractiveness of user interfaces of business management software
Recent work concerning user satisfaction shows that hedonic aspects of a user interface influence the perceived usability and attractiveness of the product. We investigate if these results can alsoExpand
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RATH - A Relational Adaptive Tutoring Hypertext WWW-Environment Based on Knowledge Space Theory
RATH is an adaptive tutoringWWW software prototype combining a mathematical model for the structure of hypertext with the theory of knowledge spaces from mathematical psychology. Using prerequisiteExpand
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Establishing knowledge spaces by systematical problem construction
Procedures which are to test a subject’s knowledge concerning a specific domain obviously require (in addition to other prerequisites) a set of problems.
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Subjektive Benutzerzufriedenheit quantitativ erfassen: Erfahrungen mit dem User Experience Questionnaire UEQ
Das Gebrauchstauglichkeitskriterium der Benutzerzufriedenstellung kann auf verschiedene Weise quantifiziert werden. Eine Möglichkeit sind Fragebögen, die auf eine spontane und möglichstExpand
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Construction of Knowledge Spaces for Problem Solving in Chess
An extension of the theory of knowledge spaces introduced by Doignon and Falmagne (1985) is presented. This extension allows surmise relations and quasi-ordinal knowledge spaces to be constructedExpand
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Component-based Construction of Surmise Relations for Chess Problems
An approach to construct surmise relations or quasi‐ordinal knowledge spaces through ordering principles is described. The ordering principles app ly to the components of problems, which areExpand
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Cognitive Processes Causing the Relationship between Aesthetics and Usability
We conducted an experiment to find out which cognitive processes underlie the high correlations between aesthetic impression and perceived usability of a user interface reported in several studies.Expand
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Component-based Knowledge Spaces in Problem Solving and Inductive Reasoning
Two principles for component-based problem construction and ordering are presented and applied to different knowledge domains. The first principle is called “set inclusion.” It is used forExpand
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