Human Computer Interaction University of Tsukuba
This course provides lectures on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Basics of HCI for realizing natural interaction, and brief overview of design, implementation, and evaluation methodologies for building interactive systems are explained. Technological elements for intelligent systems such as user interface (UI), robotics, computer vision and recognition are in the scope. The course also touches on recent research advancement in social computing for supporting and augmenting human communication and information sharing.
Students will develop an understanding of the principles and how-to-use of technological elements that are the basis of human-computer interaction. Students will develop an understanding of a variety of interactive systems for human interaction, including their designs, their use cases, evaluation techniques, and the latest research achievements, etc.
Quantitative research competence, Media expertise, System expertise
Two report assignments 50 points for the first half, 50 points for the second half, total of 100 points A score of 60 or more is acceptable. The report for the first half will be evaluated based on understanding of the study contents, originality and amount of the submitted report. The report for the second half will be evaluated based on understanding of the study contents and research based on the study.
Introduction and basics of HCITechnological elements and trend for interactive systems I (Geometric models 1)Technological elements and trend for interactive systems II (Geometric models 2)Technological elements and trend for interactive systems III (Sensors, I/O devices)Technological elements and trend for interactive systems IV (Software)Design and implementation methodologies for interactive systemsEvaluation methodologies for interactive systemsApplication demains of HCIInterdisciplinary fields of HCIUser-centered interactive systems, Course summary
Online Course Requirement
Classes will be conducted face-to-face.
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