THE HANDBOOK OF TASK ANALYSIS FOR HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION

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Title

THE HANDBOOK OF TASK ANALYSIS FOR HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION

Subject

Ergonomics

Description

Believe it or not, task analysis has foundations going back to the turn of the last century. One of
the reasons for its longevity is that task analysis methods have adapted. Evolutionary changes
in its associated disciplines have been accompanied by developments in task analysis. This has
given rise to over one hundred methods, along with permutations of those methods, that call
themselves task analysis. Obviously we cannot represent all of those methods here, and to do
so would do more harm than good. Rather, we have taken to present contemporary thinking
about task analysis together with a representative set of methods.

Creator

Edited by Dan Diaper and Neville A. Stanton

Source

www.erlbaum.com

Publisher

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc

Date

2004

Language

English

Files

Collection

Citation

Edited by Dan Diaper and Neville A. Stanton, “THE HANDBOOK OF TASK ANALYSIS FOR HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION,” Portal Ebook UNTAG SURABAYA, accessed July 21, 2024, https://ebook.untag-sby.ac.id/items/show/1071.