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A Critique of Design Approaches for Notification Systems

Terrell, Goldie (2004) A Critique of Design Approaches for Notification Systems. Technical Report TR-04-29, Computer Science, Virginia Tech.

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The Fall 2004 Virginia Tech Undergraduate Research in Computer Science (VTURCS) class, taught by Dr. McCrickard, covered the following topics: problem, activity and information/interaction phases of design; scenario based design; interruption, reaction, and comprehension (IRC) values; stages of action; ubiquitous computing evaluation areas (UEAs) and participatory negotiation. This critique is my assessment and observations of how these design approaches worked for our project.

Item Type:Departmental Technical Report
Subjects:Computer Science > Human Computer Interaction
ID Code:705
Deposited By:Administrator, Eprints
Deposited On:29 August 2005