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DS/EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: DS
Date: 2009-09-09
Description: In particular, this European Standard will: - aid the user's interaction with the system through a consistent user interface when entering, using and leaving card-operated devices; - promote user confidence in card-based systems in general; - promote efficient use, security and privacy of card-based systems; - reduce the occurrence and consequences of error when the user enters, uses or leaves the system; - enable people with different levels of ability and comprehension (e.g. minors, elderly, visually impaired, foreign language, motor impaired, hearing, etc) and different levels of experience (e.g. first-time users) to use card-based systems; - improve the learnability of new card-based systems through consistency.
AFNOR - NF EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1 : DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: AFNOR
Date: 2009-11-01
BSI - BS EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: BSI
Date: 2009-08-31
AENOR - UNE-EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: AENOR
Date: 2010-02-10
SNV - SN EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: SNV
Date: 2009-12-01
SNV - SN EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: SNV
Date: 2009-12-01
SNV - SN EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: SNV
Date: 2009-12-01
CEN - EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: CEN
Date: 2009-07-01
DIN EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: DIN
Date: 2009-10-01
SN - NS-EN 1332-1:2009 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE Organization: SN
Date: 2009-10-01
DIN EN 1332-1 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE - PART 1: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR THE USER INTERFACE; GERMAN VERSION EN 1332-1:2009 Organization: DIN
Date: 2009-10-01
ETSI - ETR 261-4 - HUMAN FACTORS (HF); ASSESSMENT AND DEFINITION OF A HARMONIZED MINIMUM MAN-MACHINE INTERFACE (MMI) FOR ACCESSING AND CONTROLLING PUBLIC NETWORK BASED SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES; PART 4: EXPERIMENTAL COMPARISON OF THE EFFECT OF CATEGORIZED AND NON-CATEGORIZED FORMATS WITHIN USER INSTRUCTIONS Organization: ETSI
Date: 1996-01-01
ETSI - ETR 261-6 - HUMAN FACTORS (HF); ASSESSMENT AND DEFINITION OF A HARMONIZED MINIMUM MAN-MACHINE INTERFACE (MMI) FOR ACCESSING AND CONTROLLING PUBLIC NETWORK BASED SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES; PART 6: SURVEY OF EXISTING PSTN, ISDN AND MOBILE NETWORKS, AND A USER SURVEY OF SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE USE WITHIN CENTREX AND PBX ENVIRONMENTS Organization: ETSI
Date: 1996-01-01
ISA 101.01 - HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACES FOR PROCESS AUTOMATION SYSTEMS Organization: ISA
Date: 2015-07-09
Description: General applicability This standard addresses Human Machine Interfaces for equipment and automated processes.
CRC - KE10745 - PRACTICAL SPEECH USER INTERFACE DESIGN Organization: CRC
Date: 2016-04-19
Description: Although speech is the most natural form of communication between humans, most people find using speech to communicate with machines anything but natural.
VDI/VDE 2186 - USER INTERFACE FOR DRIVE CONTROL DEVICES Organization: VDI
Date: 2000-04-01
Description: If the described interface is integrated into a supervisory Software system (e.g. control system, field bus communication network) parts of the functions may be outsourced to the supervisory system (e.g. communication, see Section 5.3). This presupposes that human-machine interfaces are organised in a standardised way and that they look the same.
ARINC 661 - COCKPIT DISPLAY SYSTEM INTERFACES TO USER SYSTEMS - 2002; INCLUDES SUPPLEMENTS 1-6 Organization: ARINC
Date: 2016-09-01
Description: • Introduce interactivity to the cockpit, thus providing a basis for airframe manufacturers to standardize the Human Machine Interface (HMI) in the cockpit. This document defines two external interfaces between the CDS and the aircraft systems.
ISO/IEC TS 20071-15 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - USER INTERFACE COMPONENT ACCESSIBILITY - PART 15: GUIDANCE ON SCANNING VISUAL INFORMATION FOR PRESENTATION AS TEXT IN VARIOUS MODALITIES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2017-12-01
Description: This document provides guidance on various aspects of the user interface of applications that scan visual information that are used directly by humans, including: — initiating the scanning application; — setting user's preferences and configuring the scanning application; — identifying the types of information currently of interest to the user; — locating visual objects of interest to the user; — creating a static image via scanning the visual object; — identifying the information content provided by the visual object; — processing scanned information and outputting the results to the user.
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3832 - WIRELESS DEVICES USAGE WITH ADAPTIVE INTERFACES IN THE CONTEXT OF AERONAUTICAL MAINTENANCE PROCESSES TO REDUCE THE INCIDENCE OF THE HUMAN ERROR AND INCREASE SAFETY Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-09-17
Description: This paper explores the possibilities of wireless devices usage in these productive contexts and proposes an architecture that aims at improving the man machine interface in accordance with both the operator profile and the device profile.
PACKT - HANDS-ON CHATBOTS CNVRSTNL UI DEV - HANDS-ON CHATBOTS AND CONVERSATIONAL UI DEVELOPMENT: BUILD CHATBOTS AND VOICE USER INTERFACES WITH CHATFUEL, DIALOGFLOW, MICROSOFT BOT FRAMEWORK, TWILIO, AND ALEXA SKILLS Organization: PACKT
Date: 2017-12-29
Description: What You Will Learn • Design the flow of conversation between the user and the chatbot • Create Task model chatbots for implementing tasks such as ordering food • Get new toolkits and services in the chatbot ecosystem • Integrate third-party information APIs to build interesting chatbots  • Find out how to deploy chatbots on messaging platforms • Build a chatbot using MS Bot Framework • See how to tweet, listen to tweets, and respond using a chatbot on Twitter • Publish chatbots on Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa In Detail Conversation as an interface is the best way for machines to interact with us using the universally accepted human tool that is language. Chatbots and voice user interfaces are two flavors of conversational UIs.

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