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A description of the principles of and practices in human-computer interfacing, based on applied psychology, while integrating the approach with methods of software engineering. Tasks analysis, command language grammar, display and control interfaces and interface evaluation are examined.
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Alistair G. Sutcliffe (born 1951) is a British scientist and Emeritus Professor of Systems Engineering at the School of Informatics of the University of Manchester, specialized in requirements engineering, user interface design and safety-critical systems.
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