The Usability Evaluation and the Programmability Assessment of Migration
Part of the Human-Computer Interaction Series book series (HCIS)
In this chapter, the methodology followed to test the OPEN middleware platform is described. In the first part a general overview is given, while in the second part the usability and programmability evaluations methodologies are described.
KeywordsOpen Open Evaluation Evaluation Task List System Usability Usability Scale User User
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