2011 | OriginalPaper | Chapter
Use-State Analysis to Find Domains to Be Re-designed
Authors : Masami Maekawa, Toshiki Yamaoka
Published in: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Design for All and eInclusion
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Even if the problems concerning HCI are individually solved, it is not easy to relate to a big value solution. It tends to be some small improvements of narrow scope. Therefore, this proposal pays attention to the situations in which the problem occurred. It was attempted to clarify the domains to be re-designed by uing mathematical analysis methods with use-state keywords as data extracted from the descriptions of situations. Consequentially, it is understood that there is a possibility of this method through a trial experiment. And, some limits of this method were found. Additionally, the difference with the result of a common classification method was confirmed by a comparative experiment.