Acitivity Graphs of the Microstructure of Complex Work (01 Aug 2004)
This poster presents activity graphs, an analytic approach to representing and understanding the microstructure of people’s activity patterns. Activity graphs help us to describe and interpret concepts such as multi-tasking, interruptions, and media use. This approach may be useful for research into activity management and interruption management. Preliminary results are presented as illustrations of the outcomes of this analytic approach.
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