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For the design of an interface to support proper user-task interaction, it is important to be able to structure the decision task at this coordination level in task independent terms, since coping with a specific situation will depend on the combination of a wide variety of computer supported functions. In complex tasks, mental economy can be achieved by partitioning subroutines connected by more or less standardized key nodes representing different states of knowledge in terms of the actual state of affairs, goals to pursue, target states, and work procedures.
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Empirical Foundations of Information and Software Science IV by Jagdish C. Agrawal, Pranas Zunde