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  1. HCI Research as Problem-Solving

    This essay contributes a meta-scientific account of human-computer interaction (HCI) research as problem-solving. We build on the philosophy of Larry Laudan, who develops problem and solution as the foundational concepts of science. We argue that most HCI research is about three main types of problem: empirical, conceptual, and constructive.

  2. Problem-Solving

    Problem-solving is the ability to use the knowledge we have to find solutions to unfamiliar tasks and problems. There are three main strategies used in problem-solving: using an algorithm, trial and error, and heuristics. Let's take a look at each.

  3. Artificial intelligence assisted improved human-computer interactions

    Artificial intelligence (HCI-AI) based problems in human-computer interactions are suggested to identify the relationship between cognitive knowledge and the comprehension of natural and artificial intelligence forms. The models describe the relationship between HCI research and the conception of interactions between humans and computers.

  4. Problem Solving by Human-Machine Interaction

    Abstract. Let us define first a problem state as a state in which some system has a goal but no preexisting procedure to reach that goal. We define problem solving as the process by which a system goes from a problem state to a nonproblem state. There are several important corollaries to this definition and several critical areas of vagueness.

  5. Human Computer Interaction

    Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is a subfield within computer science concerned with the study of the interaction between people (users) and computers and the design, evaluation and implementation of user interfaces for computer systems that are receptive to the user's needs and habits. It is a multidisciplinary field, which incorporates ...

  6. A Systematic Literature Review for Human-Computer Interaction and

    Human-computer interaction (HCI) has been challenged in recent years because of advanced technology requiring adoption of new applications and investigations of connection with other disciplines, to enhance its theoretical knowledge. Design thinking (DT), an innovative and creative problem solving process, provides potential answers to the kind of knowledge and techniques designers can bring ...

  7. I see an IC: A Mixed-Methods Approach to Study Human Problem-Solving

    Based on two use cases, we demonstrate that eye tracking and Think Aloud can complement each other to improve data quality. Our methodological insights can inform future studies in HRE, a specific setting of human-computer interaction, and in other problem-solving settings involving misleading or missing information.

  8. Understanding Humans' Cognitive Processes During Computational Thinking

    What facets/aspects of cognitive science help researchers in human-computer interaction (HCI) understand how people interact with computers? Are there existing relationships between cognitive science at an individual level in problem-solving and HCI at a group or community level?

  9. The Psychologies of Human-Computer Interaction: An Integrative Approach

    Human-computer interaction (HCI) has been identified as a rich task for the real-world study of psychology; however, the theoretical approaches to the psychology of HCI have narrowly focused on problem-solving (e.g., GOMS and CE+), memory (e.g., mental models and metaphors), and social interaction (e.g., perceived control). An attempt to create a broader theoretical framework integrates the ...

  10. Seven HCI Grand Challenges

    This article presents the results of the collective effort of a group of 32 experts involved in the community of the Human Computer Interaction International (HCII) Conference series. The group's collaboration started in early 2018 with the collection of opinions from all group members, each asked to independently list and describe five HCI grand challenges. During a one-day meeting held on ...

  11. (PDF) From Human-Computer Interaction to Human-AI Interaction: New

    From Human-Computer Interaction to Human-AI Interaction: New Challenges and Opportunities for Enabling Human-Centered AI

  12. Human-guided Collaborative Problem Solving: A Natural Language based

    We consider the problem of human-machine collaborative problem solving as a planning task coupled with natural language communication. Our framework consists of three components -- a natural language engine that parses the language utterances to a formal representation and vice-versa, a concept learner that induces generalized concepts for plans based on limited interactions with the user, and ...

  13. HCI Research as Problem-Solving

    This essay contributes a meta-scientific account of human- computer interaction (HCI) research as problem-solving. We build on the philosophy of Larry Laudan, who develops problem and solution as the foundational concepts of sci-ence. We argue that most HCI research is about three main types of problem: empirical, conceptual, and constructive.

  14. A Systematic Literature Review for Human-Computer Interaction and

    Design thinking (DT), an innovative and creative problem solving process, provides potential answers to the kind of knowledge and techniques designers can bring into HCI.

  15. Tackling the Grand Challenges in Human Computer Interaction + Design

    Grand challenges are formidable problems that cross disciplinary boundaries and span sectors of industry. And the fields of Human Computer Interaction and Design face many grand challenges that impact the way we live our day-to-day lives going forward.

  16. Human-Computer Interaction, Usability, and Workflow

    Human-computer interaction work is at least partly an empirical science in which local knowledge derived from a small body of studies will suffice in solving a problem.

  17. PDF Cs8079, Human Computer Interaction Unit I Foundations of Hci

    The Human: I/O channels - Memory - Reasoning and problem solving; The Computer: Devices - Memory - processing and networks; Interaction: ... but this became human-computer interaction in recognition of the particular interest in computers and the composition of the user population.

  18. PDF UNIT -I FOUNDATIONS OF HCI The Human: I/O channels Memory Devices Memory

    Human problem solving is characterized by the ability to adapt the information we have to deal with new situations. However, often solutions seem ... In the interaction with the computer, the fingers play the primary role, through typing or mouse control, with some use of voice, and eye, head and body position. ...

  19. Note-Taking for Self-Explanation and Problem Solving: Human-Computer

    We explore the effects of interfaces to take notes on problem solving and learning in a scientific discovery domain. In 2 experiments (1 correlational, 1 experimental), participants solved a series of 5 scientific reasoning problems in a computer environment.

  20. PDF Human Computer Interaction SIT1401

    The Human: I/O channels - Memory - Reasoning and problem solving; The computer: Devices - Memory - processing and networks; Interaction: Models - Frameworks - Ergonomics - Styles - Elements - Interactivity - Paradigms.

  21. Problem Solving in Human Beings and Computers (formerly: Heuristic

    Problem solving involves a transformation, or a set of transformations, of a given state in order. to achieve a goal. One of the main difficulties in problem solving is related to t~e fact that there. are many different transformations that can be applied to a given state. The concept of a search.

  22. Human-Generative AI Collaborative Problem Solving Who Leads and How

    This research investigates distinct human-generative AI collaboration types and students' interaction experiences when collaborating with generative AI (i.e., ChatGPT) for problem-solving tasks and how these factors relate to students' sense of agency and perceived collaborative problem solving. By analyzing the surveys and reflections of 79 undergraduate students, we identified three human ...

  23. Human computer interaction-Memory, Reasoning and Problem solving

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