Empirical Usability Testing in a Component-Based Environment: Improving Test Efficiency with Component-Specific Usability Measures

@inproceedings{Brinkman2004EmpiricalUT,
  title={Empirical Usability Testing in a Component-Based Environment: Improving Test Efficiency with Component-Specific Usability Measures},
  author={Willem-Paul Brinkman and Reinder Haakma and Don Bouwhuis},
  booktitle={EHCI/DS-VIS},
  year={2004}
}
This paper addresses the issue of usability testing in a componentbased software engineering environment, specifically measuring the usability of different versions of a component in a more powerful manner than other, more holistic, usability methods. Three component-specific usability measures are presented: an objective performance measure, a perceived ease-of-use measure, and a satisfaction measure. The objective performance measure is derived from the message exchange between components… CONTINUE READING

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