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VU CS408 – HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION Midterm solved unsolved past papers

VU CS408 – HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION Midterm Solved Unsolved Past Papers

CS101 Introduction of computing

CS408 Human Computer Interaction Solved Objective

Midterm Papers For Preparation of Midterm Exam

What will be the gulf of execution if the user is able to formulate and perform the actions easily; Smaller

Greater

Balanced

None of the Given

Certain factors that help us to interact with graphical based systems is________

Indirect manipulation

Direct manipulation

Both

None of the given

Which interface system is based on the question/answer dialogue?

Command Line Interfaces

Query interfaces

Menus

Natural Language Interfaces

Currently many common environments for interactive computing are examples of the ______________

interface style, often simply called windowing systems.

Three-dimensional

WIMP

Point and click

None of these

Taking some real world concept to perform different tasks that represent some idea, inside the computer is type of________

Direct Manipulation

Desktop metaphors

Central processing unit

None of the given

Example of form fill interface is________

A dialog box

Pop up menus

Data entry form on some university web

All of the given

Building things from user’s perspective is called _________

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Functionality

Usability

Portability

None of the given

A small picture that is used to represent a closed window is said to be a/an

Menu

Toolbar

status bar

icon

 

Form-filling interfaces are used for

data entry

data integration

data manipulation

data definition

User and system has its own unique language, the language used by the user is called_______

Task

Core

Both

None of the give options

This is not a characteristic of usability test

The primary goal is to improve usability

The participants do not represent real users

Observe and record what participants do and say

_________is an early release of a product to a few users.

Surveys

Beta test

Focus

_________ has a goal of assessing whether the product works according to its specifications.

Trunk Test

Quality assurance

__________ is a usability test in which a member of the test team sits in the room with the participant and actively probes the participant’s understanding of whatever is being tested.

Co discovery

Active intervention

Trunk test

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CS101 Introduction of computing

In usability test, which is a technique from given below opttions, in which you have two participants work together to perform the tasks.

Active Intervention

Co-Discovery

Trunk test

_____________ is needed to check that users can use the product and like it.

Coding

Evaluation

Guideline

What site is this”, Statement represents___________.

Folder

Site ID

Scroll bar

Exploring how children talk together in order to see if an innovative new groupware product would help them to be more engaged would probably be better informed by a ______________.

Usability testing

Field study

Predictive evaluation

DECIDE framework

The ____________ phase sets the stage for the core of the design effort

Requirement definition

Modeling

Implementation

None of the given

Evaluations done during design to check that product continues to meet uses’ needs are known as ______________ evaluation.

Formative

Summative

Relative

None of the given

_________ frequent your primary personas access the site,____________ transient a stance the site needs to take (respectively).

More, Less

Less, More

Less, Less

None the given

In DECIDE frame work ______________comes just after choosing the evaluation paradigm and techniques.

Deciding about ethical issues

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Exploring the questions

Identifying the practical issues

None of the given

____________capture the non-verbal dialogue between artifact and user over time.

Persona

Scenario

Dialogue

Design Model

___________ patterns can be applied at the conceptual level.

Postural

Structural

Behavioral

Mnemonic

Which of the following I least likely to be revealed by a paper prototype?

Your user don’t know the term algorithm

Toolbar button are too small to press

The help menu isn’t in the right place.

None of the given

Information sites with daily-updated information will naturally attract _______ users more than a monthly- updated site.

Repeat

Infrequent

Nonuser

None of the given

There can only be one _________ persona per interface for a product

Primary

Secondary

Supplemental

Customer

Overviews serve a similar purpose to __________ in an interface.

Navigation

Excise

Signposts

None of the given

We are deficient in our development _________, not in our development __________ (respectively).

Select correct option:

Process, Tools

Tools, Process

Tools, Methodology

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CS101 Introduction of computing

None of these

Which of the following is not true regarding “cones”?

Select correct option:

A type of receptor in eye more sensitive to light

Different types of cones are sensitive to different wavelengths of light

Eye has approximately 6 million cones

Which of the following does not count as one of the advantages of computers?

Select correct option:

Computers are enabling new discoveries

Leading to efficiencies

Making our life convenient

Depending so much on computers may give fatal results

The gulf of execution refers to _______________ .

Select correct option:

The user’s difficulty in understanding the feedback from the system

The system’s difficulty in presenting information in the output language

The system’s difficulty in converting an input expression into the correct system state transition The user’s difficulty in formulating and articulating an intention to the system

Learnability, flexibility and robustness are three main usability principles that can be considered as general headings for standards and guidelines generation. Which of the following are also high level usability categories that can guide standards and guidelines generation? (i) Effectiveness (ii) Efficiency (iii) Fault tolerance (iv) Satisfaction

Select correct option:

(i) & (ii)

(i), (ii) & (iv)

(ii) & (iii)

(ii) & (iv)

Formal methods are used to represent

Architectural aspects of software systems only

Procedural aspects of software systems only

Both architectural and procedural aspects of software systems

None of the given

The colors, which are directly opposite to each other are said to be

complementary colors

analogous colors

primary colors

secondary colors

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Which of the following is true about Short-Term memory?

Short-term memory has a limited capacity.

Short-term memory has an unlimited capacity.

Short-term memory has no capacity.

Short-term memory has large but limited capacity.

Which of the following device can not be useful for a visually impaired person?

a typical keyboard

a typical monitor

a typical speaker

a typical processor

Which of the following is not one of the goals of HCI?

To produce usable systems

To produce safe systems

To produce non-functional systems

To improve effectiveness of the systems

Human beings interact with outside world, using their

input channels

output channels

sense of sight

All of the given

Which of the following is/are the main component(s) of color?

Select correct option:

Hue

Intensity

Saturation

All of the given

Which of the following is not one of the primary colors?

Select correct option:

Red

Green

Yellow

Green

Which of the following is concerned primarily with understanding human behavior and the mental processes that underlie it?

Select correct option:

Psychology

Sociology

Statistics

Computer Science

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Which are the most significant senses for the average person when it comes to interacting with a computer?

Select correct option:

Sight and hearing

Hearing, touch and smell

Hearing and touch

Sight, hearing and touch

According to Juran, the fitness for purpose or use, is said to be

usability

efficency

reliability

quality

Which of the given statements correctly defines efficiency in terms of one of the usability goals?

Select correct option:

It is a very general goal and refers to how good a system at doing what it is suppose to do.

It refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks.

It involves protecting the users from dangerous conditions

It involves protecting the users from undesired situations

Over a short period of time, we find it easier to remember the string of numbers “404 894 6743″

because ___________ .

Numbers are easier to remember than arbitrary characters.

The grouping of the numbers is significant

Ten numbers is not that many to have to remember from working memory.

None of these

The colors, which are directly opposite to each other are said to be

Select correct option:

complementary colors

analogous colors

primary colors

secondary colors

We are deficient in our development _________, not in our development __________ (respectively).

Select correct option:

Process, Tools

Tools, Process

Tools, Methodology

None of these

Which of the following does not count as one of the advantages of computers?

Select correct option:

Computers are enabling new discoveries

Leading to efficiencies

Making our life convenient

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Depending so much on computers may give fatal results

The gulf of execution refers to _______________ .

Select correct option:

The user’s difficulty in understanding the feedback from the system

The system’s difficulty in presenting information in the output language

The system’s difficulty in converting an input expression into the correct system state transition The user’s difficulty in formulating and articulating an intention to the system

Which of the following is considered as the most complex species?

Select correct option:

Humans

Computers

Animals

Birds

Which of the following is the statement given by “Novatech” as a result of a survey on the embarrassing experiences of computers?

Select correct option:

One in every four computers has been physically attacked by its owner

Every computer can be saved from any type of physical attacks

Every computer is attacked physically one in its life time

One in every four computers has been physically attacked by some outside source

According to Juran, the fitness for purpose or use, is said to be

Select correct option:

usability

efficency

reliability

quality

Which of the given statements correctly defines efficiency in terms of one of the usability goals?

Select correct option:

It is a very general goal and refers to how good a system at doing what it is suppose to do.

It refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks.

It involves protecting the users from dangerous conditions

It involves protecting the users from undesired situations

Which of the following does not count as one of the advantages of computers?

Select correct option:

Computers are enabling new discoveries

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Leading to efficiencies

Making our life convenient

Depending so much on computers may give fatal results

Which of the following is/are goal(s) of usability?

Select correct option:

Effectiveness

Efficiency

Safety

All of the given

Which of the following is/are the main component(s) of color?

Select correct option:

Hue

Intensity

Saturation

All of the given

Which of the following is true about Short-Term memory?

Select correct option:

Short-term memory has a limited capacity.

Short-term memory has an unlimited capacity.

Short-term memory has no capacity.

Short-term memory has large but limited capacity.

Human beings interact with outside world, using their

Select correct option:

input channels

output channels

sense of sight

All of the given

GOMS stands for

Select correct option:

goals,operations, methods and selection rules

goals,objects, models and selection rules

goals,operations, methods and state role

goals,orientation, models and state role

When you engaged in a conversation you are more attentive what the other person is saying. It is called?

Focused Attention

Voluntary Attention

Involuntary attention

Divided Attention

Drive a vehicle while holding a conversation with a passenger is the example of _________ .

Focused Attention

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Voluntary Attention

Involuntary attention

Divided Attention

 

Ali requires access via a navigational portal relatively infrequently that provides clear, simple navigational control. Which of the following posture is appropriate in this case?

Auxiliary

Transient

Information

Sovereign

The Usability Engineering lifecycle was proposed by _________.

Deborah Mayhew

Websterfg

Barry Boehm

Hartson

XYZ Ltd is well reputed software house; they make a significant investment in building ——————-

that encourages greater customer loyalty.

Visual Symbols

Grouping

Brand Equity

Harmony

Ali wants to develop an application that incorporates print, audio video media and software applications on a single place. Which of the following will help in this regard?

MS World

Worldwide Web

Television Newspaper

Ali is looking at how interface designers went about their work. He identified two different modes of activity: one is _________ and other is ___________ .

Analytic mode, synthetic mode

Evaluation mode, testing mode

Analyze mode, feedback mode

Implementation mode, task mode

Scenario content and context are derived from information gathered during the ____________ phase and analyzed during the ______________ phase (respectively)

Modeling, Implementation

Modeling, Research

Research, Implementation

Research, Modeling

_________ refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks.

Efficiency

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Effectiveness

Utility

_____________ are GUIs that consists of electronic counterparts to physical objects in the real world to match the knowledge requirements of users.

User Interaction Models

Conceptual Models

Interface Metaphors

 

________language tends to be grammatical while _________ language is often Ungrammatical.

Written, spoken

Spoken, written

None of the given choices

Aspect gives us hints and tips about using and creating user interface idioms.

Strategic

Tactical

None of the given choices

Which of the following requires less cognitive effort than others?

Select correct option:

listening

speaking

hearing

None of the given

What are the three types of reasoning?

Select correct option:

Deductive, Productive and Inductive

Adductive, Inductive and Deductive

Inductive, Adductive and Reproductive

Productive, Reproductive and Deductive

Which of the following is not true?

Select correct option:

 Utility refers to the functionality of a system

Usability is concerned with adding complexity to the system

 Usability is concerned with making systems easy to use

Poorly designed computer system can be extremely annoying to users

Which of the given statements correctly defines effectiveness in terms of one of the usability goals?

Select correct option:

It is a very general goal and refers to how good a system at doing what it is suppose to do.

It refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks.

It involves protecting the users from dangerous conditions

It involves protecting the users from undesired situations

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Which of the following is not a secondary color?

Select correct option:

Green

Orange

Purple

Blue

1 What will be the gulf of execution if the user is able to formulate and perform the actions easily;

Smaller

Greater

Balanced

None of the Given

2 Certain factors that help us to interact with graphical based systems is________

Indirect manipulation

Direct manipulation

Both

None of the given

3 Which interface system is based on the question/answer dialogue?

Command Line Interfaces

Query interfaces

Menus

Natural Language Interfaces

4 Currently many common environments for interactive computing are examples of the ______________ interface style, often simply called windowing systems.

Three-dimensional

WIMP

Point and click

None of these

5 Taking some real world concept to perform different tasks that represent some idea, inside the computer is type of________

Direct Manipulation

Desktop metaphors

Central processing unit

None of the given

6 Example of form fill interface is________

A dialog box

Virtualians Social Network

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Pop up menus

Data entry form on some university web

All of the given

7 Building things from user’s perspective is called _________

Functionality

Usability

Portability

None of the given

8 A small picture that is used to represent a closed window is said to be a/an Menu

Toolbar

status bar

icon

 

9 Form-filling interfaces are used for

data entry

data integration

data manipulation

data definition

10 User and system has its own unique language, the language used by the user is called_______

Task

Core

Both

None of the give options

11 This is not a characteristic of usability test

The primary goal is to improve usability

The participants do not represent real users

Observe and record what participants do and say

12 _________is an early release of a product to a few users.

Surveys

Beta test

Focus

13 _________ has a goal of assessing whether the product works according to its specifications.

Trunk Test

Quality assurance

Virtualians Social Network

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CS101 Introduction of computing

14 __________ is a usability test in which a member of the test team sits in the room with the participant and actively probes the participant’s understanding of whatever is being tested.

Co discovery

Active intervention

Trunk test

15 In usability test, which is a technique from given below opttions, in which you have two participants work together to perform the tasks.

Active Intervention

Co-Discovery

Trunk test

16 _____________ is needed to check that users can use the product and like it.

Coding

Evaluation

Guideline

17 What site is this”, Statement represents___________.

Folder

Site ID

Scroll bar

18 Exploring how children talk together in order to see if an innovative new groupware product would help them to be more engaged would probably be better informed by a ______________.

Usability testing

Field study

Predictive evaluation

DECIDE framework

19 The ____________ phase sets the stage for the core of the design effort

Requirement definition

Modeling

Implementation

None of the given

20 Evaluations done during design to check that product continues to meet uses’ needs are known as ______________ evaluation.

Formative

Summative

Relative

None of the given

21 _________ frequent your primary personas access the site,____________ transient a stance the site needs to take (respectively).

More, Less

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Less, More

Less, Less

None the given

22 In DECIDE frame work ______________comes just after choosing the evaluation paradigm and techniques.

Deciding about ethical issues

Exploring the questions

Identifying the practical issues

None of the given

23 ____________capture the non-verbal dialogue between artifact and user over time.

Persona

Scenario

Dialogue

Design Model

24 ___________ patterns can be applied at the conceptual level.

Postural

Structural

Behavioral

Mnemonic

25 Which of the following I least likely to be revealed by a paper prototype?

Your user don’t know the term algorithm

Toolbar button are too small to press

The help menu isn’t in the right place.

None of the given

26 Information sites with daily-updated information will naturally attract _______ users more than a monthly- updated site.

Repeat

Infrequent

Nonuser

None of the given

27 There can only be one _________ persona per interface for a product

Primary

Secondary

Supplemental

Customer

28 Overviews serve a similar purpose to __________ in an interface.

Navigation

Excise

Virtualians Social Network

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Signposts

None of the given

29 We are deficient in our development _________, not in our development __________

(respectively).

Select correct option:

Process, Tools

Tools, Process

Tools, Methodology

None of these

30 Which of the following is not true regarding “cones”?

Select correct option:

A type of receptor in eye more sensitive to light

Different types of cones are sensitive to different wavelengths of light

Eye has approximately 6 million cones

31 Which of the following does not count as one of the advantages of computers?

Select correct option:

Computers are enabling new discoveries

Leading to efficiencies

Making our life convenient

Depending so much on computers may give fatal results

32 The gulf of execution refers to _______________ .

Select correct option:

The user’s difficulty in understanding the feedback from the system

The system’s difficulty in presenting information in the output language

The system’s difficulty in converting an input expression into the correct system state transition

The user’s difficulty in formulating and articulating an intention to the system

33 Learnability, flexibility and robustness are three main usability principles that can be considered as general headings for standards and guidelines generation. Which of the following are also high level usability categories that can guide standards and guidelines generation? (i) Effectiveness (ii) Efficiency (iii) Fault tolerance (iv) Satisfaction

Select correct option:

(i) & (ii)

(i), (ii) & (iv)

(ii) & (iii)

(ii) & (iv)

Virtualians Social Network

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CS101 Introduction of computing

34 Formal methods are used to represent

Architectural aspects of software systems only

Procedural aspects of software systems only

Both architectural and procedural aspects of software systems

None of the given

35 The colors, which are directly opposite to each other are said to be

complementary colors

analogous colors

primary colors

secondary colors

36 Which of the following is true about Short-Term memory?

Short-term memory has a limited capacity.

Short-term memory has an unlimited capacity.

Short-term memory has no capacity.

Short-term memory has large but limited capacity.

37 Which of the following device can not be useful for a visually impaired person?

a typical keyboard

a typical monitor

a typical speaker

a typical processor

38 Which of the following is not one of the goals of HCI?

To produce usable systems

To produce safe systems

To produce non-functional systems

To improve effectiveness of the systems

39 Human beings interact with outside world, using their

input channels

output channels

sense of sight

All of the given

40 Which of the following is/are the main component(s) of color?

Select correct option:

Hue

Intensity

Saturation

All of the given

41 Which of the following is not one of the primary colors?

Select correct option:

Red

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CS101 Introduction of computing

Green

Yellow

Green

42 Which of the following is concerned primarily with understanding human behavior and the mental processes that underlie it?

Select correct option:

Psychology

Sociology

Statistics

Computer Science

43 Which are the most significant senses for the average person when it comes to interacting with a computer?

Select correct option:

Sight and hearing

Hearing, touch and smell

Hearing and touch

Sight, hearing and touch

44 According to Juran, the fitness for purpose or use, is said to be

usability

efficency

reliability

quality

45 Which of the given statements correctly defines efficiency in terms of one of the usability goals?

Select correct option:

It is a very general goal and refers to how good a system at doing what it is suppose to do.

It refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks.

It involves protecting the users from dangerous conditions

It involves protecting the users from undesired situations

46 Over a short period of time, we find it easier to remember the string of numbers “404 894

6743″ because ___________ .

Numbers are easier to remember than arbitrary characters.

The grouping of the numbers is significant

Ten numbers is not that many to have to remember from working memory.

None of these

47 The colors, which are directly opposite to each other are said to be

Select correct option:

complementary colors

analogous colors

primary colors

Virtualians Social Network

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CS101 Introduction of computing

secondary colors

48 We are deficient in our development _________, not in our development __________

(respectively).

Select correct option:

Process, Tools

Tools, Process

Tools, Methodology

None of these

49 Which of the following does not count as one of the advantages of computers?

Select correct option:

Computers are enabling new discoveries

Leading to efficiencies

Making our life convenient

Depending so much on computers may give fatal results

 50 The gulf of execution refers to _______________ .

Select correct option:

The user’s difficulty in understanding the feedback from the system

The system’s difficulty in presenting information in the output language

The system’s difficulty in converting an input expression into the correct system state transition

The user’s difficulty in formulating and articulating an intention to the system

51 Which of the following is considered as the most complex species?

Select correct option:

Humans

Computers

Animals

Birds

52 Which of the following is the statement given by “Novatech” as a result of a survey on the embarrassing experiences of computers?

Select correct option:

One in every four computers has been physically attacked by its owner

Every computer can be saved from any type of physical attacks

Every computer is attacked physically one in its life time

One in every four computers has been physically attacked by some outside source

Virtualians Social Network

www.virtualians.pk

Prepared by: Irfan Khan

CS101 Introduction of computing

53 According to Juran, the fitness for purpose or use, is said to be

Select correct option:

usability

efficency

reliability

quality

 54 Which of the given statements correctly defines efficiency in terms of one of the usability goals?

Select correct option:

It is a very general goal and refers to how good a system at doing what it is suppose to do.

It refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks.

It involves protecting the users from dangerous conditions

It involves protecting the users from undesired situations

55 Which of the following does not count as one of the advantages of computers?

Select correct option:

Computers are enabling new discoveries

Leading to efficiencies

Making our life convenient

Depending so much on computers may give fatal results

56 Which of the following is/are goal(s) of usability?

Select correct option:

Effectiveness

Efficiency

Safety

All of the given

57 Which of the following is/are the main component(s) of color?

Select correct option:

Hue

Intensity

Saturation

All of the given

58 Which of the following is true about Short-Term memory?

Select correct option:

Short-term memory has a limited capacity.

Short-term memory has an unlimited capacity.

Short-term memory has no capacity.

Short-term memory has large but limited capacity.

59 Human beings interact with outside world, using their

Select correct option:

input channels

output channels

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CS101 Introduction of computing

sense of sight

All of the given

60 GOMS stands for

Select correct option:

goals,operations, methods and selection rules

goals,objects, models and selection rules

goals,operations, methods and state role

goals,orientation, models and state role

61 When you engaged in a conversation you are more attentive what the other person is saying. It is called?

Focused Attention

Voluntary Attention

Involuntary attention

Divided Attention

62 Drive a vehicle while holding a conversation with a passenger is the example of _________ .

Focused Attention

Voluntary Attention

Involuntary attention

Divided Attention

 

63 Ali requires access via a navigational portal relatively infrequently that provides clear, simple navigational control. Which of the following posture is appropriate in this case?

Auxiliary

Transient

Information

Sovereign

64 The Usability Engineering lifecycle was proposed by _________.

Deborah Mayhew

Websterfg

Barry Boehm

Hartson

65 XYZ Ltd is well reputed software house; they make a significant investment in building ——

————- that encourages greater customer loyalty.

Visual Symbols

Grouping

Brand Equity

Harmony

66 Ali wants to develop an application that incorporates print, audio video media and software applications on a single place. Which of the following will help in this regard?

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MS World

Worldwide Web

Television Newspaper

67 Ali is looking at how interface designers went about their work. He identified two different modes of activity: one is _________ and other is ___________ .

Analytic mode, synthetic mode

Evaluation mode, testing mode

Analyze mode, feedback mode

Implementation mode, task mode

68 Scenario content and context are derived from information gathered during the ____________

phase and analyzed during the ______________ phase (respectively)

Modeling, Implementation

Modeling, Research

Research, Implementation

Research, Modeling

69_________ refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks.

Efficiency

Effectiveness

Utility

70_____________ are GUIs that consists of electronic counterparts to physical objects in the real world to match the knowledge requirements of users.

User Interaction Models

Conceptual Models

Interface Metaphors

 

71 ________language tends to be grammatical while _________ language is often Ungrammatical.

Written, spoken

Spoken, written

None of the given choices

72 Aspect gives us hints and tips about using and creating user interface idioms.

Strategic

Tactical

None of the given choices

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VU CS408 – HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION Midterm Solved Unsolved Past Papers

VU CS408 – HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION Midterm solved unsolved past papers Spring 2006

VU CS408 – HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION Midterm Solved Unsolved Past Papers Spring 2006

C408 Human Computer Interaction

Mid Term Examination – Spring 2006

Time Allowed: 90 Minutes

Please read the following instructions carefully before attempting any of the questions:

  1. Attempt all questions. Marks are written adjacent to each question.
  2. Do not ask any questions about the contents of this examination from anyone.
    1. If you think that there is something wrong with any of the questions, attempt it to the best of your understanding.
    2. If you believe that some essential piece of information is missing, make an appropriate assumption and use it to solve the problem.
      1. Write all steps, missing steps may lead to deduction of marks.

**WARNING: Please note that Virtual University takes serious note of unfair means. Anyone found involved in cheating will get an `F` grade in this course.

Question No. 1                                                                                                               Marks : 2

.___________________ is a Usability Goal and refers to how easy a system is to remember how to use, once learned.

�    Learnablity

�    Memorabilty

�    Utility

Question No. 2                                                                                                              Marks : 2

is the process of selecting things to concentrate on, at a point in time, from the range of possibilities available.

 

�    Reasoning

�    Decision Making

�    Attention

Question No. 3                                                                                                                Marks : 5

A mouse button invites pushing by the way it is physically constrained in its plastic shell, is an example of____________________ Design Principle.

�    Visibility.

�    Affordance

�    Mapping

Question No. 4                                                                                                                Marks : 2

refers to the relationship between controls and their effects in the world

�    Visibility

�    Affordance

�    Mapping

Question No. 5                                                                                                                Marks : 15

Describe Design principle of Visibility and Affordance with one Example for each and explain their implications for interface design.

Question No. 6                                                                                                                Marks : 2

.___________________ plays a role to bridge up the gape between the interfaces of machines and human understanding.

�    Human computer Interaction

�    Software Engineering

�    Human Computer Interfaces

 

The goals of HCI are:

�    Usability and User Experience

�    Task and Goals

�    Usability Experience and Goals

Question No. 8                                                                                                                Marks : 2

is a very general goal of Usability and refers to how good a system at doing what it is suppose to do.

�    Effectiveness

�    Efficiency

�    Utility

Question No. 9                                                                                                                Marks : 2

.___________________ is what goes on in out heads when we carry out our everyday activities.

�    Cognition

�    Learnability

�    Memeorability

Question No. 10                                                                                                              Marks : 2

is the process by which we use the knowledge we have to draw conclusions or infer something new about the domain of interest.

�    Decision Making

�    Reasoning

�    Problem Solving

Question No. 11                                                                                                              Marks : 2

research helps us understand the domain, context and constraints of a product in different, more useful ways than_______________________________ research do.

 

�    Qualitative, Quantitative

�    Quantitative, Qualitative

�    None of them

Question No. 12                                                                                                            Marks : 5

Define Human-Computer Interaction.

Question No. 13                                                                                                            Marks : 20

What do you understand from Usability and User Experience Goals? Name any Five of each. Draw a conceptual diagram that illustrates the relationship between an interface, usability, user experience and the interaction between humans and computers

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CS408 – HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION (Session

Marks: 45

Time: 60min

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Question No: 1__ ( Marks: 12 )

 

What input and output devices would you use for the following systems? For each, compareand contrast alternatives, and if appropriate indicate why the conventional keyboard, mouse

and CRT screen may be less suitable.

(a) Cellular phone.

(b) Flight information system.

Question No: 2     ( Marks: 15 )
Differentiate between the followings.(a) Utility and learnability.

(b) Haptics and visual learning.

(c) Command line interface and WIMP interface.

Question No: 3     ( Marks: 10 )
Consider the chair given below. We want to use it as a computer chair. Your task is to writeany 5 issues in the design of this chair.

NOTE: you must justify all your points to get full marks.

   
Question No: 4     ( Marks: 2 )      – Please choose one

refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks.

4    Efficiency4    Effectiveness

4    Utility

Question No: 5     ( Marks: 2 )      – Please choose one

 

are GUIs that consists of electronic counterparts to physical objects in the real

world to match the knowledge requirements of users.

4

4

4

User Interaction ModelsConceptual Models

Interface Metaphors

Question No: 6     ( Marks: 2 )      – Please choose one

language tends to be grammatical while                                           language is often

ungrammatical.

4

4

4

Written, spokenSpoken, written

None of the given choices

Question No: 7     ( Marks: 2 )      – Please choose one
 

aspect gives us hints and tips about using and creating user interface idioms.

Strategic

Tactical

None of the given choices

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4

4

 

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