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Applications of a new effort based model of software usability
Intervenant(s) : Dan E. Tamir (Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas)ABSTRACT:
The effort-based model for software usability stems from the notion that usability is an inverse function of effort. This new model of usability can be used for evaluating user interface, development of usable software, and pinpointing software usability defects. In this presentation, the underlying theory of the effort-based model along with pattern recognition techniques are used to introduce a framework for pinpointing usability deficiencies in software via automatic classification of segments of video file containing eye tracking results. In addition, we demonstrate the way that these principles can be used to construct a nondestructive user interface where the user can effectively navigate the web with minimum attention. The approach presented enables deriving web browsers for vehicle drivers and potentially for the blind.
Dr. Tamir is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas (2005 - to date). He obtained the PhD-CS from Florida State University in1989, and the MS/BS-EE from Ben-Gurion University, Israel.
From 1996-2005, he managed applied research and design in DSP Core technology in Motorola SPS. From 1989-1996, he served as an assistant/associate professor in the CS Department at Florida Tech. Between 1983-1986, he worked in the applied research division, Tadiran, Israel.
Dr. Tamir is conducting research in combinatorial optimization, computer vision, audio, image, and video compression, human computer interaction, and pattern recognition.
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