Big Data Analytics for Human-Computer Interactions: A New Era of Computation

Human-Computer Interface Introduction

Author(s): Kuldeep Singh Kaswan*, Anupam Baliyan*, Jagjit Singh Dhatterwal* and Om Prakash Kaiwartya * .

Pp: 35-68 (34)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815079937123030003

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


HCI is creating and developing interactive computer systems in which users can communicate with each other. It covers both laptops and embedded systems in various devices. The success of technology comes simply from the user's ease of interacting with it. The customer will automatically disregard the product or technology when the interface is wrong or difficult to use. A convenient and easy way of using a device does not mean that behind such a system is simple technology; a very sophisticated technology is required to construct it. Functionality and accessibility are the main principles of HCI. Systems services are customarily called functions. Functions are commonly referred to as services delivered by a device. Usefulness is where users simply, correctly, and explicitly use the device's features. Features and usability could differ between systems. This chapter, “Human-Computer Interface (HCI)”, deals with man-machine studies or man-machine interaction design, execution and assessment of computer systems and related phenomena for human use.

Keywords: Closure design dialog, Display design, Human-Computer Interface (HCI), Graphical User Interface (GUI), Information access cost, NLS design, Proximity principle, Perception, Redundancy gain, SAGE, SD-ROM, Top-down processing, Ubiquitous computing, Voice interface data, WIMP configuration.

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