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HCIL-87-03, CS-TR-1776, CAR-TR-265
This review focusses on five primary interaction styles:
menu selection, form fill-in, command language, natural language interaction,
and direct manipulation. Each style is described, some guidelines are offered,
and an airlines reservation example is shown in all five styles. Then a set of
IF-THEN rules are offered to help in decision making during design. This is a
first attempt that is meant to provoke discussion and encourage others to offer
an extended, refined, and validated set of rules.