Public Access Systems

Public Access Systems

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Public access systems are a form of information technology that has emerged in the the latter part of the 20th century. Unlike traditional computer systems, public access systems are designed to be used by anyone in settings such as stores, shopping malls, hotel lobbies, and museums. This text provides an overview of the mid-1990s practice and research from a number of such systems. A useful resource for professionals in the field, the book covers pertinent topics including hardware, user interface, and database structure involved in designing a public access system, evaluation methods and models of interaction.This text provides an overview of the mid-1990s practice and research from a number of such systems.


Title:Public Access Systems
Author: Greg Kearsley
Publisher:Intellect Books - 1994-01
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