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Theoretical Frameworks For Human Computer Interaction
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Prerna Zalpuri, Divya Khandelwal, Isha Yadav
Activity Theory, Artefacts, Cognition, Cognitive Ergonomics, Context, Distributed Cognition, Human Computer Interaction(HCI)
This paper is concerned about the state of theory in HCI and discusses the adequacy of current theoretical frameworks that have been proposed for HCI. These findings are based on our study of these frameworks and their application on various systems under study. Approaches such as activity theory, cognitive ergonomics and distributed cognition are three theoretical frameworks explaining co-operative work. Each of them is applied on multiple case studies describing different work settings. But those work settings usually refer to different work realities, so it is difficult to properly compare those viewpoints. So we analyzed the same work setting, with the three different frameworks mentioned above. The report does not pretend to give detailed case studies but aims to underline how approaches which explain co-operative work can be used to analysed a same work situation. This will allow us to compare the relevant questions each theory is asking and should answer when studying a co-operative work situation.
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