Computer Science 160 - Spring 2001 - Rowe - Midterm 2

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Midterm #2 1 CS 160 Spring 2001 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY COMPUTER SCIENCE DIVISION - EECS CS160 Second Midterm Examination Prof L.A. Rowe Spring 2001 Name: ________________________________________________________ Score: ______________________________________________________________ Question Possible Points 1 _______________________ (50 points) 2 _______________________ (10 points) 3 _______________________ (20 points) 4 _______________________ (20 points) 5 _______________________ (20 points) 6 _______________________ (15 points) 7 _______________________ (15 points) 8 _______________________ (30 points) 9 _______________________ (10 points) 10 _______________________ (20 points) Total (210 points)
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Midterm #2 2 CS 160 Spring 2001 1. (5 points each) Define the following terms a) Fitts’ Law Time to move the hand depends only on the relative precision required b) Memory chunking Data stored in short-term memory can hold varying amounts of information depending on how it is represented and organized. Chunking refers to the technique of grouping common patterns. c) Rods primarily for night vision & perceiving movement sensitive to broad spectrum of light can not discriminate between colors sense intensity or shades of gray (luminance) d) Cones used to sense color (chrominance) e) Common responsiveness blooper Windowed OS in which the pointer on the screen doesn't keep up with the user's movement. Word processors and text editors that can't keep up with the users' keystrokes, etc. On-screen buttons that don’t acknowledge mouse clicks. Menus that lag f) Pizza Yummy! g) Sans serif font Fonts with out the 'feet' h) WYSIWYG What You See Is What You Get i) UI widget User interface abstraction for input/output. j) Task analysis Asking questions to learn as much as possible about how intended users do tasks to be supported by a user interface being designed
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Midterm #2 3 CS 160 Spring 2001 2. (10 points) During the interactive prototype presentations, what did the ParseView team do to embed a Java Swing application directly into their PowerPoint
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