An extended keystroke level model (KLM) for predicting the visual demand of in-vehicle information systems

@inproceedings{Pettitt2007AnEK,
  title={An extended keystroke level model (KLM) for predicting the visual demand of in-vehicle information systems},
  author={Michael Pettitt and Gary E. Burnett and Alan Stevens},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2007}
}
To assess the potential distraction of In-Vehicle Information Systems (IVIS), simple, low cost evaluation methods are required for use in early design stages. The occlusion technique evaluates IVIS tasks in interrupted vision conditions, aiming to predict likely visual demand. However, the technique necessitates performance-focused user trials utilising robust prototypes, and consequently has limitations as an economic evaluation method. HCI practitioners view the Keystroke Level Model (KLM) as… CONTINUE READING
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