2017_1 TMA Solutions: CIT353 - Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction

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2017_1 TMA Solutions: CIT353 - Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction

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2017_1 TMA Solutions: CIT353 - Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction

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1 Typically, a new system becomes part of the daily activities of the organisation during _.

Installation


2 Documentation and __ programs are finalised during implementation.

Training


3 Both old and new systems are run __ at the parallel conversion phase.

Analogously


4 At the project initiation and planning phase, _ commence planning for testing and installation

Analysts


5 Diagrams that map the _, flow, processing or data in a system into a structured system design must be converted.

Origin


6 Ordinarily, during _, programmers and analysts check the individual programs and the entire system.

Testing


7 The __ design focuses on the business aspects of the system.

Logical


8 In the classic problem solving approach, the requirements of a solution are __

Defined


9 When a system is implemented, it enters the operations and support stage of _

System Development Lif e Cycle


10 Reducing the scope when the _budget and schedule are frozen is a likely consideration for developers at each checkpoint

Project


11 Multiple feasibility checkpoints should be built into system development __

Methodolog y


12 In the __ approach, the system divided into subsystems?

Divide and Conqu er


13 The process of identifying, evaluating and controlling what might go wrong in a project before it threatens the successful completion of the project is called _

Risk management


14 Normally, Checks should be established at every phase to ensure that the output of every phase meets the technological and __

Business expectation


15 In the classic problem solving approach, the requirements of a solution are __

Defined


16 The __ prescribes technology that will be used to develop and maintain information systems and to ensure consistency, completeness, and quality?

Automated tool standards


17 Human-computer interaction focuses on the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive __ systems

Comput ing


18 Two key components of the __ interface method are the input and output.

User


19 Within the context of paradigm shifts, __ precedes the graphical display paradigm.

Networking


20 An essential part of the human computer interaction is the development of __.

Models




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1 Normally, the dot matrix printer uses the __ print head for several paper rolls.

Same


2 In human computer interaction, the acronym CATWOE denotes Clients, __, Transformation, World view, Owner, Environment

Actors


3 In the fixed pitch, every character has the same __

Width


4 The __ is a typical form of page description language

Postscript


5 Within the context of human computer interaction, all the following are applicable to page format except __

Indexer


6 __ can be broadly described as the structure of speech

Phonemes


7 A __ network clusters similar sounds.

Neur al


8 Auditory icons employ natural sounds to denote __

Objects


9 Socio-technical modeling is referred to the response to __ determinism.

Technolog ical


10 In a typical system anyone who is affected by the success or failure of the system is a __ .

Stakeh older


11 Ordinarily, the __ model identifies a transformation.

Conceptual


12 The sounds in the language which formed into morphemes are called __

Allophone s


13 The Goals, Operator, Methods, and Selection Rules is said to be a family of\r\ntechniques that analyzes the __ complexity of interactive systems

User


14 All the following are elements in the WIMP interface except __

End notes


15 A __ model enables a tester to locate a specific area of improvement

Human processor


16 Generally, __ sorting facilitates the labelling of the home page categories.

Card


17 The acronym ESTA denotes the ___

Eight Stage Tools Analysis


18 The smallest units of language that have meaning are referred to as __

Morphemes




19 __ are modifications which are affected by the system

Transformations


20 In human computer interaction, designers enter into work context through the __ process.

Ethnography





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1 In 1962, ……………………….. introduced the Sketchpad computers for visualizing and manipulating data.

Sutherland


2 A basic goal of HCI study is to improve the interactions between users and computers by making computers more usable and receptive to the user's needs in the following ways except:

Subsidized the cost of purchasing computer systems and other devices


3 In HCI, …………………... methodology considers the broader view of human and organizational issues
Soft systems


4 ………………….. modelling is a response to technological determinism and it is concerned with the technical, social, organizational and human aspects of design.

Socio-technical


5 The development of Technology on Human Computer Interaction has helped users with disabilities as follows except:

Sleeping impairment


6 ……………….. Technology enhances communication between signing and non-signing users

Gesture


7 ……………………. interaction made up of cutaneous perception that provide tactile sensation and vibrations on the skin

Haptic


8 ……………… are synthetic sounds used to convey information.

Earcons


9 ………………………….. is the alteration in tone and quality.

Prosody


10 The components of Multi-Sensory systems are…………………… except

Tags


11 In 1962, ……………………….. introduced the Sketchpad computers for visualizing and manipulating data.

Sutherla nd


12 …………………………technique is a combination of input and output consisting of hardware and software elements that provides a way for computer users to accomplish a simple task.

interaction or user interface


13 A basic goal of HCI study is to improve the interactions between users and computers by making computers more usable and receptive to the user's needs in the following ways except:

Subsidized the cost of purchasing computer systems and other devices


14 The Association for Computing Machinery defines Human-computer interaction as:

a discipline concerned with the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and with the study of major phenomena surrounding them.


15 ……………… contents are really ‘active’ web pages in which data is updated as well as presented on the web.

Dynamic


16 The acronym DHTML means …………….

Dynamic Hypertext Mark-up Language


17 The acronym WAP means …………….

Wireless Advance Protocol


18 The quality of service (QOS) is a major consideration in networking. The following except one is an element when assessing QOS

Brow ser


19 Multimedia is sometimes also called …………………

Hypermed ia


20 …………………………. enables you to find information by navigating the hyperspace using the web technology

Hypertext





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1 The Principles of robustness are made up of:

Specifications


2 The Principles of learnability are broken down into:

Specifications


3 The Norman’s Design Principles include the following except……….

Disable User help functions


4 The Shneiderman’s Golden Design Rules include the following except……………

Disable User help functions


5 ………………. are bits that make the Graphical User Interface.

Widgets


6 …………. interface is the way of expressing instructions to the computer directly and it comprises the function keys, single characters, short abbreviations, whole words, or a combination of them.

Command line


7 According to Mumford ……………… states that the system development is about managing change and that non-participants are more likely to be dissatisfied.

Ethics


8 …………….. is a usability evaluation method that can be used at various design stages where fictitious characters that are created to represent the different user types within a targeted demography that might use a site or product.

Personas


9 …………………. is useful to understand the user’s thought processes and decision making when interacting with a system, specially for first-time or infrequent users.

Cognitive walkt hrough


10 …………………... inspection, expert designers review products or projects to ensure consistency across multiple products to look if it does things in the same way as their own designs.

Consistenc y


11 ……………. Inspection is a review of a system based on a set of guidelines. The review is conducted by a group of experts who are deeply familiar with the concepts of usability in design.

Usability


12 …………………. Inspections are meetings where users, developers, and human factors people meet together to discuss and evaluate step by step of a task scenario.

Pluralistic


13 ……………….. evaluation was developed to aid in the design of computer user-interface design.

Heuristic


14 A cognitive model that allow several people to create an initial design from the same set of requirements and each person works independently, and when finished, shares his/her concepts with the group is called ……...

Parallel design


15 What is the full meaning of the acronym GOMS as a cognitive model?

Goals, Operator, Methods, and Selection Rules


16 A touch-sensitive screen has the following advantages execpt…..

Finger can mark the screen


17 Other classes of human interaction devices for the positioning, pointing and drawing are as follows except:

Joinsticks


18 The speech recognition system may have problems with the following except…………

Remarks


19 Recognition iInitiative that improves human interaction are as follows except……….

Handcraft


20 ………………. Is a left-handed keyboard

Maltron



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