Differences in performance and preference for object-oriented vs. bit-mapped graphics interfaces
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Both performance and preference data were collected. Task completion time, aborted attempts, learning effects, and errors constituted the performance measures. For the preference data, subjects completed questionnaires to rate the interfaces on both an absolute and a relative basis.
Results indicate that the object-oriented graphics interface is superior to the bit-mapped interface. Both the performance and preference measures indicate that the object-oriented interface is better suited for manipulation of graphics.
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