Task-Analytic Approach to the Automated Design of Graphic Presentations

@article{Casner1991TaskAnalyticAT,
  title={Task-Analytic Approach to the Automated Design of Graphic Presentations},
  author={Stephen M. Casner},
  journal={ACM Trans. Graph.},
  year={1991},
  volume={10},
  pages={111-151}
}
BOZ is an automated graphic design and presentation tool that designs graphics based on an analysis of the task for which a graphic is intended to support. When designing a graphic, BOZ aims to optimize two ways in which graphics help expedite human performance of information-processing tasks: (1) allowing users to substitute simple perceptual inferences in place of more demanding logical inferences, and (2) streamlining users' search for needed information. BOZ analyzes a logical description… CONTINUE READING

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