Human-Computer Interaction in Office Work: Evaluation of Interaction Patterns Using Office Equipment and Software during Data Entry and Navigation

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This paper presents a study which objective was to investigate the human interaction with the equipment of an office workstation (mouse, keyboard, monitor, paper sheets, pens and calculator) during the activities of reading, writing, data entry and navigation in a computer system for long periods of time and with ecological validation. A sample of 22800… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-21716-6_5

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@inproceedings{Filgueiras2011HumanComputerII, title={Human-Computer Interaction in Office Work: Evaluation of Interaction Patterns Using Office Equipment and Software during Data Entry and Navigation}, author={Ernesto Filgueiras and Francisco Rebelo and Fernando Moreira da Silva}, booktitle={HCI}, year={2011} }