Adapting GOMS to model human-robot interaction

@article{Drury2007AdaptingGT,
  title={Adapting GOMS to model human-robot interaction},
  author={Jill L. Drury and Jean Scholtz and David E. Kieras},
  journal={2007 2nd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI)},
  year={2007},
  pages={41-48}
}
A formal interaction modeling technique known as Goals, Operators, Methods, and Selection rules (GOMS) is well-established in human-computer interaction as a cost-effective way of evaluating designs without the participation of end users. This paper explores the use of GOMS for evaluating human-robot interaction. We provide a case study in the urban search-and-rescue domain and raise issues for developing GOMS models that have not been previously addressed. Further, we provide rationale for… CONTINUE READING
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