Natural Command Names and Initial Learning: A Study of Text-Editing Terms


In the first of two studies of “naturalness” in command names, computer-naive typists composed instructions to “someone else” for correcting a sample text. There was great variety in their task-descriptive lexicon and a lack of correspondence between both their vocabulary and their underlying conceptions of the editing operations and those of some… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/358150.358157


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