Human Interfaces

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Furui Sadaoki 
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Spring Semester

Outline of lecture

In this course, we study methods and techniques for human interface design, construction and evaluation. First we study overview of multimodal interface technology, and then study recent progress of cognitive engineering and human factor engineering. We also study the human information processing model, and discuss ideal design and evaluation technology based on the human information processing model. Finally we study next generation human interface technology.

Cognitive engineering; human factor engineering; human information processing model, design and construction technology; multimodal interface; examples of real design and construction; evaluation technology; psychological measurement

Purpose of lecture

This course aims to discuss various issues related to human-computer interaction.

Plan of lecture

1.Fundamentals of human interface (1): Multimodal interface
2.Fundamentals of human interface (2): Object-oriented interface
3.Fundamentals of human interface (3): Hyper media and CSCW
4.Fundamentals of human interface (4): Cognitive engineering and human factor engineering
5.Principles of sensation, perception, recognition and motion (1): Information integration
6.Principles of sensation, perception, recognition and motion (2): Audio and visual perception
7.Principles of sensation, perception, recognition and motion (3): Human information processing model
8.Principles of sensation, perception, recognition and motion (4): Principles of human information processing
9.Designing and evaluation (1): Guidelines and techniques of designing
10.Designing and evaluation (2): Evaluation (psychological measurement)
11.Designing and evaluation (3): Examples of designing
12.Next-generation human interface (1): Human-centered interface
13.Next-generation human interface (2): Virtual reality
14.Next-generation human interface (3): Perspectives

Textbook and reference

None. Handouts can be downloaded from the course website.

Related and/or prerequisite courses



Reports related to what you have studied in the class and students窶 projects.

Comments from lecturer

I look forward to having discussion with students with many different backgrounds.


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