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Sexta-feira, 15 de Outubro de 2010
What question(s)?

 

Here are some relevant guidelines to help me design my research question(s), according to some fresh negotiations about my collaboration on the Spopos project in Erasmus, which will be "to do an in-depth task analysis of the current interaction with the Spopos application and propose an alternative data visualization and mining application"

 

 

It seems to me like my research question(s) will focus on the interactive data mining approach in highly populated environments (the Copenhagen Airport, in this case) and the interface between the users and the real-time tracking and metrics system. Still, let's not forget about any potential issues like privacy and the application design and architecture itself. 

 

Which purposes will an application like this respond to? From a user perspective, what kind of interaction is expected to be useful? And from the administration point of view? What kind of similar applications and projects are already taking place? How to design the most adequate interface for this sort of applications?

 

How about you? How would you like a similar application to work in an airport close to you? What kind of interaction would you like to experiment? In what ways would this application be helpful to you and your friends/family? Do you think it would be valuable to apply this real-time tracking system in other public environments, such as stadiums, shopping centers, parking lots, etc? How and why?

 




1 comentário:
De carlossantos a 16 de Outubro de 2010 às 17:47
Na zona do check-in era interessante ter uma representação que indicasse o tempo de espera estimado para cada balcão.


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