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The performance of future designers on the specification of supervisory HCI : case study of a simulated work situation

Abstract : This article concerns the performance of future designers on the specification of supervisory human–computer interfaces (HCI). This paper reports the results of a case study of a simulated work situation. Sixty-three groups of 3–5 students (Master’s program in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Informatics) were involved. In this article, we first describe the study context and explain how we ran it. Next, we describe the industrial process to be supervised, composed of five interconnected stations. We then present our informal analysis of the global study. After our informal analysis, the article focuses on a second level of analysis, based on the 63 HCI specification reports produced by the groups. Each report is analyzed according to eight groups of criteria. The results of this second-level analysis are presented and discussed.
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Christophe Kolski, Pierre Loslever, Mouldi Sagar. The performance of future designers on the specification of supervisory HCI : case study of a simulated work situation. Cognition, Technology and Work, Springer Verlag, 2012, 14 (2), pp.107-128. ⟨10.1007/s10111-010-0169-9⟩. ⟨hal-03285285⟩

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