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Evaluating virtual agents for e-commerce

  title={Evaluating virtual agents for e-commerce},
  author={F. Abbattista and P. Lops and G. Semeraro and V. Andersen},
  • F. Abbattista, P. Lops, +1 author V. Andersen
  • Published 2002
  • Functions Why Generalized Function Why How Physical functions How Physical Form How What What What Figure 3. Means-end relations presented in general form in the middle column, in squeezed form utilised for specifying user requirements for COGITO at the left hand column, and with indication of the relations among the various levels at the right hand column. 4.2 System evaluation System evaluation normally constitutes three levels of evaluation procedures: verification, which is a check of… CONTINUE READING
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