Improving the Human–Computer Dialogue With Increased Temporal Predictability

@article{Weber2013ImprovingTH,
  title={Improving the Human–Computer Dialogue With Increased Temporal Predictability},
  author={Florian Weber and Carola Haering and R. Thomaschke},
  journal={Human Factors: The Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={55},
  pages={881 - 892}
}
Objective: An experiment was conducted to investigate the impacts of length and variability of system response time (SRT) on user behavior and user experience (UX) in sequential computing tasks. Background: Length is widely considered to be the most important aspect of SRTs in human–computer interaction. Research on temporal attention shows that humans adjust to temporal structures and that performance substantially improves with temporal predictability. Method: Participants performed a… Expand
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