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Human Computer Interaction: New Developments

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Human Computer Interaction: New Developments
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789537619145
Number of pages: 382

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The book consists of 20 chapters, each addressing a certain aspect of human-computer interaction. Each chapter gives the reader background information on a subject and proposes an original solution. This should serve as a valuable tool for professionals in this interdisciplinary field.

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