A study of arab computer users: A special case of a general HCI methodolgy
We present in this paper an example of the application of a general methodology for classifying and optimizing information arising from uncertainties that may occur during human-computer interaction (HCI).
KeywordsHCI implication operators fuzzy measures fuzzy transitional relations knowledge elicitation Hasse diagram software design
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