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Metaphern und mentale Modelle

  • Bernhard Preim
  • Raimund Dachselt
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Zusammenfassung

Bei der Interaktion zwischen Mensch und Computer werden Informationen ausgetauscht. Eine effiziente und erfolgreiche Kommunikation setzt voraus, dass neben der explizit übertragenen Information eine implizite Kommunikation auf der Basis von Annahmen und Kontextwissen über die Anwendung stattfindet. Die Benutzung von Metaphern unterstützt diese implizite Kommunikation.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Fakultät InformatikUniversität MagdeburgMagdeburgDeutschland

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