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Bottom-Up Strategy for Data Retrieval and Data Entry over Front-End Application Software

  • Cierto Trinidad RuselEmail author
  • Bernardo Tello Alcides
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1069)

Abstract

A few people implement “pattern” and “best practices” without analyzing its efficiency on their projects. Consequently, the goal in this article is to persuade software developers that it is worth to make an earnest effort to evaluate the use of best practices and software patterns. For such motive, in this study we took a concrete case system for geographical locations inputs through user interfaces. Then, we performed a comparative study on a conventional method with our approach, named “reverse logistic” to recover results about, by measuring the time that a user spends performing activities when entering data information into a system framework. Shockingly, we had a diminished of 59% within the sum of time went through in comparison to the time went through on the conventional strategy. This result lays a establish for feeding data from the typical final step and search based on string matching algorithms, speeding up the interaction between people and computer response.

Keywords

Data retrieval UI Human-machine interaction Front-end Back-end Interaction design Data entry 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universidad Nacional Hermilio Valdizán de HuánucoHuánucoPeru

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