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HIP2008_Week1Lecture

HIP2008_Week1Lecture - ISE 5604 Human Information...

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ISE 5604: H uman I nformation P rocessing (HIP) Woodrow Winchester, III, Instructor Course Introduction 25 – 27 August 2008 “Design must be optimized for body or brain, it has to be deeply human, something that you desire and aspire to. That’s meaningful design” John Maeda, President of the Rhode Island School of Design
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Course Introduction Welcome and Introductions In pairs, introduce yourselves ~ Name, Major, Research/Work Interest(s), and a Product/service/system that “ wows ” you and why? Introduce your partner to the class Syllabus Review HIP: An Introduction For Wednesday, read Chapter 1
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Course Introduction Human information processing (HIP) draws from the disciplines/domains of psychology in offering an approach in understanding human cognition I nformation: reduction of uncertainty (Sanders and McCormick (SM), 1993) and is measured in bits P rocessor: the brain HIP: The What HIP is based on the idea that human performance (human-machine system), from sensing displayed information to executing a response, is a function of several processing stages (HIP Model) Human is a complex system that can be analyzed in terms of subsystems and their interrelation Provides the concepts, methods, and theories for analyzing the processes involved in the human subsystem
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