Designing interfaces that support formation of cognitive maps of transitional processes: an empirical study

@article{Sedig2005DesigningIT,
  title={Designing interfaces that support formation of cognitive maps of transitional processes: an empirical study},
  author={Kamran Sedig and Sonja Rowhani and Hai-Ning Liang},
  journal={Interacting with Computers},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={419-452}
}
Many conditions, phenomena, and concepts are of a transitional nature. Transitional processes involve change from one form to another, such as biological, chemical, and geological metamorphoses. Transitional processes take place in time-space and are not always easy to encode, communicate, and understand. The purpose of this research is to investigate how to design humancomputer interfaces that support users in their formation of cognitive maps of transitional processes. To conduct this… CONTINUE READING

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