This book describes techniques for designing and building adaptive user interfaces developed in the large AID project undertaken by the contributors.
- Describes one of the few large-scale adaptive interface projects in the world
- Outlines the principles of adaptivity in human-computer interaction
Advanced undergraduates and researchers studying computer science, human*b1computer interaction, and psychology; industrial researchers and HCI scientists and consultants
P. Totterdell, Introduction. D. Browne, M. Norman, D. Riches, Why Build Adaptive Systems? P. Totterdell and P. Rautenbach, Adaptation as a Problem of Design. D. Browne, M. Norman, and E. Adhami, Methods for Building Adaptive Systems. P. Totterdell, P. Rautenbach, A. Wilkinson, and S.O. Anderson, Adaptive Interface Techniques. P. Totterdell and E. Boyle, The Evaluation of Adaptive Systems. D. Browne, Conclusions. Index.
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- © Academic Press 1990
- 28th January 1990
- Academic Press
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