Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research has significantly changed over the last decades due to increasing complexity, technological advances, and successive embedding of tools and appliances in everyday life – the evolution of microprocessors, display devices, communication technologies and other electronic components has led to “innovative” Human-Computer Interfaces [25, p. 78]. The interfaces of the future will increasingly use gesture and speech recognition, intelligent agents, adaptive interfaces, etc. . In conjunction, human performance and user experience with computer or information systems will remain an expanding research and development topic, as Shneiderman et al. [27, p. 4] indicated exemplarily.
KeywordsCognitive Load Cell Phone Secondary Task Advance Driver Assistance System Cognitive Workload
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