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Name: Student ID Number: CPSC 344 2005-06/T1 1 of 10 Midterm Exam (50 minutes) Signature: CPSC 344 2005-06 Term 1 Midterm Exam 50 minutes SOLUTIONS + comments Department of Computer Science University of British Columbia K. MacLean Exam Instructions (read carefully): 1. Immediately sign the first page of the exam with your signature in the space provided on the upper left. 2. Print your Name and Student ID at the top of each page in the booklet before you start working. 3. Continue reading these instructions, but do not open the exam booklet until you are told to do so by a proctor. 4. Cheating is an academic offense. Your signature on the exam indicates that you understand and agree to the University’s policies regarding cheating on exams. 5. The exam is closed book . There are no aids permitted (this includes calculators). 6. Interpret the exam questions as written . When in doubt, take a strict, literal interpretation of the question. 7. You have 50 minutes in which to work (~1 min/mark). Budget your time wisely . 8. No one will be permitted to leave the exam room during the last ten minutes of the exam. Question Points Received 1 9 2 8 3 9 4 12 5 12 Total 50
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Name: Student ID Number: CPSC 344 2005-06/T1 2 of 10 Midterm Exam (50 minutes) Question #1 [9 points total]: Matching Exercise The terms listed immediately below are possible answers for the definitions listed lower on the page. Use the number corresponding to a term below as an answer in the space provided next to the following questions if you think it is the best match for that concept or definition. Each term is used either once or not at all. (1) Focus group (2) Stakeholder constraint (3) Design model (4) Origami (5) Heuristic evaluation (6) Cast of characters (7) Ethnography (8) Unstructured interview (9) Task example (10) Participatory design (11) Gulf of evaluation (12) Popcorn (13) Runnable model (14) Cognitive walkthrough (15) Technology constraint (16) The myth of human error (17) Psychopathology (18) Situation of concern (19) Iterative design (20) Hidden video recording (21) Causal relation (22) Transfer effect (23) Paper prototype (24) Active listening For each statement below, write the number of the term from the list above that best fits into the missing space. [1 pt each] 8 (a) Example of an ‘intrusive’ tool for observing a single user (in sense of user’s immediate perception) 23 (b) Illustrates the logical flow of an interface design 7 (c) The general practice of observing users and tasks in their own context 6 (d) A method in which designers “identify with” the user 15 (e) One example is when a company owns intellectual property relating to the product being designed 22 (f) The designer can exploit this to promote an accessible mental model for an interface 1 (g) Evaluation technique especially suited for identifying ‘proto-users’ 11 (h ) An impediment to transparent goal-oriented action 12 (i) A metaphor that describes a particular concept generation technique
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