A tale of two notations: a comparative evaluation of UML and matrices as representations for validating domain knowledge (14 Nov 2004)
Mature user experience design methods rely on acquiring and validating knowledge of essential elements and relationships within the domain of interest. This study compares the effectiveness of two distinct representations of domain knowledge, UML models and matrices, as a medium for validating such knowledge with users competent in abstract critical thinking.
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