HCI2001 - Computational Interaction Design

Undergraduate course, DLSU CCS ST, 2024

HCI2001 - Computational Interaction Design

Computational Interaction Design provides students with advanced concepts on the use of algorithms and mathematical models to explain and improve the design of human-computer interaction. The course commences with an overview of non-automated Traditional HCI approaches, transitioning to Computational HCI. Here, design processes are enriched through modeling techniques, data collection, and robust algorithms. Students gain proficiency in explicit mathematical models of user-system behavior, updating them with observed data. Key topics encompass modeling human input, cognitive modeling, optimization, and Human-In-The-Loop approaches to computational design. Participants learn to formulate and solve design and interaction problems through robust data-driven analysis, simulation, and optimization.

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