Human-Computer Interaction 3e Dix, Finlay, Abowd, Beale

exercises  -  18. modelling rich interaction

EXERCISE 18.2

Brian wants to make a dinner date with Alison. He knows she will not be able to read email, as she is away for a few days, and he doesn't have her hotel number. He types and prints a letter, which he puts in her pigeonhole. Alison's secretary always checks the pigeonhole several times a day, and when she finds the letter she reads it and rings Alison and tells her.
Analyse this story using a status-event description.

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ex.18.1 (ans), ex.18.2 (tut), ex.18.3 (tut), ex.18.4 (tut)

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