module_1_SC_charts_r1

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1-1   CSCI 588 Specification and Design  of  User Interface Software Steven M. Jacobs steve.jacobs@ngc.com Fall 2007
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1-3 Tactical Systems:   Integrated Battlefield Solutions The Digital Battlefield
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1-4 Beckman-Coulter  
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1-5 Biography Steven M. Jacobs is with Northrop Grumman Mission Systems  in Carson,  California. He managed a team of programmers building customized GUI  applications, e-commerce, web portals and web-based solutions for a variety  of government and commercial customers.  He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science at USC where he  developed their graduate courses in user interface design and human  performance engineering. Mr. Jacobs has chaired workshops and a panel  session at ACM SIGCHI "CHI" conferences.  He was an original member of the Editorial Board of ACM  Interactions   magazine. He presented a Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN)  panel entitled “Human Computer Interface Design Teams: Integration of  Human Factors and Software Practitioners”.
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1-6 Handouts  Make sure you can access our DEN class  account at http://den.usc.edu  complete Academic Integrity Tutorial and Quiz      Handouts on DEN web site  Course Description  Syllabus  Description of Class Project and Reading      Assignments  List of tools used  Items on Library Reserve
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1-7 Class Project Idea Burgers, lattes and CD  burners: McDonald's  flagship eyes techies OAK BROOK, Illinois (AP) -- Just outside its wooded headquarters campus, McDonald's Corp. is offering sneak previews of its fast-food future. Now playing at its new flagship restaurant: Digital-media kiosks for burning CDs, downloading cell phone ring tones and printing photos. Dozens of plasma-screen TVs. Wi-Fi Internet access. New chicken sandwiches. Double-lane drivethrus. And an adjoining McCafe with gourmet coffees, fancy pastries and a fireplace. Coming soon: Other menu items and concepts not yet released to a general audience. Don't expect Starbucks-like makeovers like this one at the 13,600 U.S. McDonald's, or 30,000-plus worldwide; the Oak Brook restaurant, which opened late last month, doubles as public restaurant and test site. But the world's largest restaurant chain is tinkering with various possibilities in technology and design to try to ensure it is a hangout of choice in the future. "It's unlikely you'll see this exact restaurant replicated," McDonald's spokesman Bill Whitman said. "But you will see elements of this restaurant in some of our new construction. It's all about keeping our restaurants more relevant for our customers.“ http://www.cnn.com/2005/TECH/06/17/mcdonalds.flagship.ap/index.html
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1-8 Acknowledgements  Ben Shneiderman (University of Maryland), wrote course text and notes  Gary Perlman (Ohio State University), wrote SEI Curriculum Publication of User 
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