Building User Interface and Domain Models Based on the Users’ Cognitive Characteristics and Work Process Specifics
The principles of construction and management of the automated systems’ UI (responsible for a form of presenting information to the user) and domain (responsible for a structure of presenting information to the user) models are considered as components of the complex of means for managing user’s informational interaction with the automated system management means, adapting this interaction to the user’s individual characteristics and work process specifics.
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