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User interface design from a real time perspective


Using a data flow diagram (DFD) to represent the functional requirements of a system to be developed, an analysis of a real-time perspective is augmented to generate user interface specifications. By applying a set of heuristics, these specifications facilitate the design of three user interface styles: question/answer, menu/form, and command language.

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