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Scope and objectives The design of Human-Machine Interfaces, HMIs, has great consequences for their users. The HMI, in the broad sense, is what matters when designing information ...

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To read a good book on painting will not make you become a Michelangelo. Neither will the reading of this paper make you become a good Human Machine Interface (HMI) designer. But, if the reading makes you become a wiser HMI designer, then the objective of writing this paper is met. The paper identifies challenges imposed by design and use of large systems and outlines solutions to these problems. An enlarged scope and alternative perspectives on HMIs are proposed. The scope of HMI is proposed to contain a large portion of the system specifications, which have traditionally been considered to be the restricted domain of the developer. The end user needs this information for on-line help and as a menu and tutorial to the system. Also, end user access to the specifications puts strong requirements on how specifications are presented, formulated, their structure, terminology used, and grammar. This leads the HMI developer into issues on deep structure language design and fundamental questions about the role of languages and methods for their design. An encyclopaedia metaphor is proposed for organising and managing data of large organisations. This leads to thoughts about what competence is needed to develop and manage future information systems. Norwegian Telecom Research has contributed significantly to the new draft CCITT Recommendations on the Data Oriented Human-Machine Interface Specification Technique (1). The major experience for making these contributions arrives from development of the DATRAN and DIMAN tools, which are also presented in this magazine.
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    Posted by rj
    Tue Mar 15, 2011 12:49:20 AM

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