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Title: Hypertext-Based Design of a User Interface for Scheduling
Authors: Woerner, Irene Wong
Biefeld, Eric
Issue Date: Sep-1993
Citation: San Diego, CA
Abstract: Operations Mission Planner (OMP) is an ongoing research project at JPL that utilizes Artificial Intelligence techniques to create an intelligent, automated planning and scheduling system. The challenge with a user interface is to 1) present as much information as possible at a given moment and 2) allow the user to quickly navigate through the various types of displays. This paper describes a design which applies the hypertext model to solve user interface problems. The general paradigm is to provide maps and search queries to allow the user to quickly find an interesting conflict or problem. Then allow the user to navigate through the displays in a hypertext fashion.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/35830
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