Human Factors in System Design
With the rise of web based information society, the incursion of intelligence based human factors into the spheres of engineering and technological design forged a new integrated logic sourced in methodologies from the disciplines of industrial design, psychology and statistics. The convergence of artificial intelligence (AI) with human intelligence (HI) through user application interface put the operative properties of human capabilities into each step of the creation, implementation and execution of abductive systems of IT cognitive.
Incorporation of human user intelligence into the artificial intelligence of multi-dimensional scaling present in IT based informatics in web page design, must take into account temporal correlation between inductive and deductive reasoning. If inductive logic judgments are based on what is ‘similar,’ deductive reasoning is sourced in validation of logic in the process of narrowing or elimination of terms.
Mathematical modeling of factors in composition of web based applications requires certitude in the site’s capacity to control for reasoning to logical conclusion(s). The fundamental distinction between inductive and deductive reasoning is the calculation and ‘weighing’ of information. Where deductive logic is be readily accessible, its formalization in abductive logic is more dense in interpretative structure.
The development of internet search engines to increase user competency in information research has ultimately been defined by the ability of programmers to increase speed in effective and efficient result (DeTienne 2005). An ‘educated guess’, then is a core user competency to the artificial systemization of information and interfaces prompted by user logic processes (Ross 2010). The time factor forces the logic path through a synthetic inductive reasoning capability similar to natural processes of validation and determinants to hierarchies of significance. Artificial intelligence has allowed us to advance our own logical process through repetitive interaction with web based protocols; pushing the boundaries of deductive processes toward break with temporal constraints on human reasoning.
Emphasis on the advancement of inductive and deductive logics in human abilities as a site of research for development of web infrastructure and IT systems design through interactive and search capabilities extended connectivity of ‘thought’ through iterative taxonomies, and virtualization environments. The importance of equilibrium in between human factors and technological systems functions is the subject of this study on classificatory logics built into the usability applications in a web-based domestic services site. The term ‘human factor’ emphasizes the ontological social features unique to the character of humans. In the broadest view, human factors can replicated through AI, to enhance operational safety and performance.
For instance, human factors involved in efficiently designing web site content for interactive marketing in the United States must include simulacra in speech lexicon and interactionism so that the first person aspect of colloquial speech is represented in the content (Jones 2009). Indeed, web content is often defined by site ‘identity’ so that the communicative function of the site constitutes remediation as a ‘social actor’. To sound ‘human’ means that adequate care, enthusiasm and emphasis is attained. Translation of HI to AI back to HI is the main goal in the creation of much of website content in the US, as without this ‘casual’ organization of thought as typically ‘American’ the tone of the site’s personality is absent (Jones 2009). Characteristic of a balanced approach to left and right brain cognition, the salient appeal to logic, emotion and credibility must be all appear present in the discretionary space of the site.
Development of an adequate instrument for measuring user-assessment of web site creativity in the usability study is intended to investigate the impacts of web site creativity on user experience. A conceptual model analysis of user perception and response to web based interactions, the project is based on a modified replication of a tested model application, the Web Site Creativity Measurement Instrument (WSCMI).
Construct validity to regression analysis of internal consistency in prior tests, found that seven (7) factors constituted of 28 items relevant to user attitudes and behavior toward the factors described as ‘human’ by respondents: ‘Aesthetic Appeal, Interactivity, Novelty and Flexibility, Affect, Importance, Commonality and Simplicity and Personalization’ accounted for 63% of total variance (Zeng, Salvendy and Zhang 2009). The current study uses its own subjective criteria.
Significant to the formation of methodological basis to the project, guidelines and a checklist are part of the research design. In a parallel study, guidelines to analysis of the design of computer interfaces intended to derive data consistency from the Interface Consistency Testing Questionnaire (ICTQ), correlated 94 items to 20 diversified tasks responsive to 20 rules. Again, construct ability provide valid with interrater reliability (0.75) and internal consistency measure with Cronbach’s α (0.81); outcomes discriminated between consistent and inconsistent interface designs.
Usability can be best described as measure of efficiency, effectiveness and approval that can be achieved by given users in a given environment. Generation of competent data on usability in situ requires a convenience set of users, sharing targeted goals toward common achievement in a given environment. Correlation of both independent and dependent variables as ‘human factors’ in the research study articulate population findings on systems efficiency, effectiveness and satisfaction. Usability in the current study is defined by the following (5) evaluation criteria to the model.