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Navigation Use Case Draft 1b Comments

Pete Brunet, 17 September 2007

  • First list - delete numbers 1 and 2. Char, word, bar, expression, clause, and term are all different kindsof items - so define what an item is prior to the numbered list.
  • First list - delete number 7. Instead change level of granularity (up or down) and then read again.
  • Third paragraph after the numbered list - use singular, i.e. event, not events
  • Same paragraph - change a to an in the following: tailored to a AT user
  • Same paragraph - perhaps change "focus" to Point of Regard - in "review" mode it's not really focus that is changing. That's why I put the apostrophes around the word focus.
  • The bulleted list is a lot like the numbered list. It would be nice to collapse this content.
  • Same list -- remove the 5th bullet. Insteadchange level of granularity (up or down) and then read again.
  • I didn't understand your comment about distinguishing between identical characters.



GJR Response to Pete Brunet

thanks for the detailed feedback...

  • First list - delete numbers 1 and 2. Char, word, bar, expression, clause, and term are all different kinds of items - so define what an item is prior to the numbered list.
  1. GJR: it does makes sense to define what an item is prior to referring to it -- what would you suggest?
  2. i don't necessarily think that numbers 1 and 2 should be deleted without discussion;


  • First list - delete number 7. Instead change level of granularity (up or down) and then read again.
  1. GJR: again, i'd like to discuss this further


  • Third paragraph after the numbered list - use singular, i.e. event, not events
  1. GJR: ok, will fix


  • Same paragraph - change a to an in the following: "tailored to a AT user"
  1. GJR: ok, wil fix


  • Same paragraph - perhaps change "focus" to Point of Regard - in "review" mode it's not really focus that is changing. That's why I put the apostrophes around the word focus.
  1. GJR: yes, you are right -- "focus" should be point of regard in review mode -- i'll change it to reflect that


  • The bulleted list is a lot like the numbered list. It would be nice to collapse this content.
  1. GJR: do you have a specific idea as to how? are they redundant?


  • Same list - remove the 5th bullet. Instead change level of granularity (up or down) and then read again.
  1. GJR: i'll have to think about that...


  • I didn't understand your comment aboutdistinguishing between identical chracters.
  1. GJR: synonymmic characters, such as use of the word "alpha" to input the letter "a", presents an obvious conflict with greek character alpha, which is commonly used in formulas and "expert expressions"; input and output needs means of distinguishing between the two (Shawn Djernes and i shared some thoughts on this on IRC during the first telecon he attended -- for example, if a natural language switch is set for the greek character alpha, could input/output be expressed as "greek alpha"?)




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