Conceptual Metaphor, Human-Computer Interaction And Music: Applying Conceptual Metaphor To The Design And Analysis Of Music Interactions

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Wilkie, Katie Louise;
(2014)

Interaction design for domains that involve complex abstractions can present significant challenges. This problem is particularly acute in domains where users lack effective means to conceptualise and articulate relevant abstractions. In this thesis, we investigate the ... View more
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