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Model the Human and Predict Behavior

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Ben Smith

on 24 August 2015

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Transcript of Model the Human and Predict Behavior

Model the Human and Predict Behavior
How to ensure good interaction design?
instrument
interface
usability
Theory:
Model of Human as "Processor"
Fits large amount of experimental data
Perceptual System
Cycle time = 100ms
Discrete and limited
stimuli within a cycle appear fused
animation is smooth if frame rate > 10 fps
"instantaneous" is anything < cycle time
causality strongly tied to fusion
leads to ...
Gestalt Theory
organization is a fundamental building block of perception
Law of Proximity
Law of Similarity
Law of Closure
Law of Symmetry
Law of Continuity
Elements in proximity are perceived as grouped
Elements that are similar are grouped
Perceive objects as whole when they have gaps
Aligned elements are perceived as being grouped and unbroken
Opposed symmetrical objects are perceived as making a single unit
Pre-Attentive Processing
occurs before "focused thought"
unique elements/signals "pop out"
Where do these apply in music, sound, instruments?
Some person...
Trying to do something...
With our stuff...
Components:
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