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Engineering processes and methodologies used in building tomorrow's systems must place a greater emphasis on designing usable systems that meet the needs of the systems' users and their tasks. This paper identifies the need for defining human factors and human-computer interaction (HCI) engineering activities that contribute to the design, development, and(More)
We consider the significant work in both the human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence fields in the area of intelligent interfaces, placing into a structure the disparate strands of research work. We treat design and implementation issues, covering the relationship between user interface management systems (UIMS) architectures and interface(More)
How well do structured human factors methods meet their requirements and so help solve the 'too-little-too-late' contribution of human factors to system design and development? This panel brings together industrial practitioners and academic researchers to put human factors structured methods on trial and to judge their fitness for purpose. Panelists share(More)