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Wenting L.,Beijing Institute of Technology | Tian S.,Beijing Institute of Technology | Hong Z.,Beijing Institute of Technology | Ying Y.,Systems Engineering Research Institute
2010 IEEE 11th International Conference on Computer-Aided Industrial Design and Conceptual Design, CAID and CD'2010 | Year: 2010

People with different backgrounds have different cognitive processing, which can affect how they use computers. With the computer technology developing and user specializing, different information processing of specific user of interface design has become significant issues, especially in the information processing system. Studying on information processing differences of specific user from various perspectives, including information accumulation, decisionmaking, etc, can provide useful information which can guide and modify interface design. In this paper, we made a simulation design of the ship navigation information system(used in medium size ship) to show how the information processing of specific user affect the design and creatively developed design conceptions the "reduced information processing strategy" to address effects effectively. Finally, we offered a brief conclusion, and throw light onto future work. © 2010 IEEE.

Song M.,Beijing Foreign Studies University | Song Y.,Beijing Foreign Studies University | Wei Z.,Systems Engineering Research Institute
Proceedings - 8th International Conference on Internet Computing for Science and Engineering, ICICSE 2015 | Year: 2015

With the rapid development of education information, Online lectures like MOOC system become very popular in today's higher education systems. The MOOC brings a revolution of higher education. It brings the concept of flipped classroom which reverses the traditional educational arrangement by delivering instructional content, often online, outside of the classroom. How to use the flipped classroom to support the interaction between teachers and students, to stimulate students' learning interest, and to implement the "student-oriented" education system, are important issues. In this paper, we study a teaching mode which is based on the MOOC's flipped classroom mechanism for college English teaching. We propose a methodology of how information technology and skills of foreign language teaching are integrated to form a potential higher education strategy. © 2015 IEEE.

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