By William Sims Bainbridge
HCI (Human-Computer Interation) is in every single place. With a workforce of 2 hundred specialists, the "Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interation" is a complete consultant to each point of HCI. The paintings covers the field's background, breakthroughs, present examine, and destiny course. a great reference for college kids, educators, execs, and enterprise leaders, the encyclopedia is stuffed with full of life sidebars, greater than seventy five images, charts, tables and figures, glossaries, and a wealthy and comprehesive grasp Bibliography of HCI.
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Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction (2 Volume Set) by William Sims Bainbridge