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learn

(lĕrn)
To gain knowledge, understanding, or skill through study or practice.
[O.E. leornian]
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may find proper solution by employing specific HCI research methodologies related to usefulness, effectiveness, learnability, flexibility and satisfiability.
d) Learnability indicates how easy it is for users to perform given tasks the first time they use an application.
help function), simplicity, learnability, interactivity, telepresence, readability, credibility (security of site), navigability and content relevance.
Her topics include sociolinguistic and social psychology issues regarding English in a changing world, learnability in second language acquisition, hypotheses, methodology, attitudes towards non-native English accents, and attitudes towards variation in specific consonants.
Ultimately, the usability of any product, interface or physical environment can be understood by to these five components - learnability, efficiency, memorability, errors (prevention and correction) and satisfaction.
Referentia Systems can help developers increase the marketability and learnability of their products, while lowering tech support costs associated with inadequate product training.
The maximum entropy model proves to be clearly superior, both with respect to the accuracy of its predictions and to its learnability properties.
This situation creates the following, well-known, learnability problem (Berwick 1985; Pinker 1989; Crain 1991; Crain and Thornton 1998; Wexler and Manzini 1987 among others).
From a learnability viewpoint, this analysis must be highly advantageous.
The learnability and acquisition of the dative alternation in English.
A computational model of language learnability and language change.