Human Machine Interaction MCQ

Question 451 : What are the disadvantages of direct manipulation?

  1. may be more difficult to program, not suitable for small graphic displays, compact notations main better suit export users
  2. compact notations main better suit export users
  3. may be more difficult to program
  4. not suitable for small graphic displays

Question 452 : Which is not primary additive color.

  1. Red
  2. Blue
  3. Green
  4. Orange

Question 453 : Which one of the following is not the recommended value for gray scale?

  1. White
  2. Dark and Black gray
  3. Red
  4. Light and medium gray

Question 454 : Which of the following statement or statements are true about windows: Statement 1: A state of window is accessible or active, or not accessible. Statement 2: Only active windows can have their contents altered.

  1. Only Statement 1
  2. Only Statement 2
  3. Both the Statements
  4. Statement 1 is True & Statement 2 is False

Question 455 : Panes, frames and other containers on screen is a kind of _____________

  1. Functional and data elements
  2. View
  3. Input method
  4. Output method

Question 456 : Which is not a principle affecting learnability

  1. Similarity
  2. Familiarity
  3. Synthesizability
  4. Predictability

Question 457 : Rods are sensitive to?

  1. bright light
  2. dim light
  3. colored Vision
  4. blurriness

Question 458 : ____________ is particularly useful early in design. It is excellent technique to use with the prototype, because it provides a wealth of diagnostic information.

  1. Co-discovery
  2. Active intervention
  3. Splendid research
  4. Deliberation

Question 459 : A persona in the context of goal-oriented design is ___

  1. Is used to roleplay through an interface design
  2. is a real person
  3. Represents a particular type of user
  4. Should represent an average user

Question 460 : Which is not a technique of visual emphasis

  1. Blinking
  2. Colors
  3. Bolding, Italics, and Underlining
  4. Polarity

Question 461 : Which is not meant by forgiveness ?

  1. Tolerate and forgive common errors
  2. prevent errors from occuring
  3. provide direct ways to accomplish tasks
  4. When error occurs , provide constructive measures

Question 462 : When users are involved in complex tasks, the demand on __________ can be significant.

  1. short-term memory
  2. shortcuts
  3. objects that appear on the screen
  4. Virtual Memory

Question 463 : The operator’s role in the ecosystem___________

  1. is to create and maintain a specific set of wireless services over a reliable cellular network
  2. is to only create a specific set of wireless services over a reliable cellular network
  3. is to only maintain a specific set of wireless services over a reliable cellular network
  4. decide Corporate norms for service

Question 464 : Basic interaction is a single click which can cause extreme changes in context which may not be noticed in _____.

  1. Graphical user interface
  2. Web interface
  3. Command line
  4. Direct manipulation

Question 465 : A light sensitive device that converts drawing, printed text or other images into digital form is

  1. Printer
  2. Plotter
  3. Scanner
  4. OMR

Question 466 : In the________, the evaluators ‘step through’ that action sequence to check for potential usability problems

  1. cognitive walkthrough
  2. heuristic evaluation
  3. review based evaluation
  4. post task walkthrough

Question 467 : The objective in design is to minimize ___________ and maximize _____________.

  1. Noise, Signals
  2. Signals, Noise
  3. Noise, clarity
  4. Signals, simplicity

Question 468 : Which of the following is not the Purpose of Wizards:

  1. To perform a complex series of steps
  2. To perform an infrequently accomplished task.
  3. To show the navigations
  4. To enter critical data and for use when the cost of errors is high

Question 469 : Effective visualizations can not facilitate _______________

  1. increased productivity
  2. mental insights
  3. understanding the data
  4. correct use of data

Question 470 : The colors, which are directly opposite to each other are said to be:

  1. Complementary colors
  2. Analogous colors
  3. Primary colors
  4. Secondary colors

Question 471 : _______ is used to display additional information when an abbreviated form of the information is the main presentation.

  1. Message Boxes
  2. Dialog Box
  3. Pop Up Windows
  4. Palette Window

Question 472 : Which one of the following is not the major element of Mobile Design

  1. Context
  2. Look and Feel
  3. Colour
  4. Climate

Question 473 : Within a sequence, users should be offered some sense of

  1. When exceptions will likely occur
  2. Users react more slowly to sounds than to visual signals
  3. How far they have come and how far they have to go to reach the end.
  4. When errors will be uncorrectable

Question 474 : Perceptual characteristics does not include ----------------

  1. proximity
  2. security
  3. similarity
  4. continuty

Question 475 : Engineering a user interface involves a quantitative engineering style of working in which measurements are used to judge the quality of interface. Hence ____________ is appropriate.

  1. Usability testing
  2. Field study
  3. Predictive evaluation
  4. DECIDE framework

Question 476 : The vast majority of mobile device screens share the same ................. orientation

  1. vertical or Portrait
  2. Horizontal
  3. vertical and Horizontal
  4. Horizontal or portrait

Question 477 : Users conceptual space is infinite and generally an organised in ________ .

  1. Graphical user interface
  2. Web interface
  3. Command line
  4. Direct manipulation

Question 478 : Identify the guideline not provided under heuristics evaluation technique.

  1. Visibility of system status
  2. Consistency
  3. Qualitative Research
  4. Flexibility

Question 479 : The area on the display screen where icons are grouped is often referred to as ______ .

  1. Desktop
  2. Windows
  3. icons
  4. Pointer

Question 480 : Which of the human characteristic is not important for interface designing?

  1. Perception
  2. Visual acuity
  3. Human Memory
  4. Human Appearance

Question 481 : The Explorer bar is divided into ___ categories

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 5
  4. 7

Question 482 : Dialogues should not contain information which is irrelevant or rarely needed. Every extra unit of information in a dialogue competes with the relevant units of information and diminishes their relative visibility.

  1. Aesthetics and minimalist design
  2. Help users recognize, diagnose, and recover from errors.
  3. Help and documentation
  4. Match between system and the real world

Question 483 : Which of these framework activities is not normally associated with the user interface design processes?

  1. cost estimation
  2. interface construction
  3. interface validation
  4. user and task analysis

Question 484 : A GUI is a

  1. hardware
  2. language interpreter
  3. software interface
  4. operating system

Question 485 : A device such as mouse or trackball that enables the user to select objects on the display screen is known as ____ .

  1. Pointing device
  2. Windows
  3. icons
  4. Pointer

Question 486 : Which of the following is not a features of a direct manipulation interface:

  1. visibility of the objects of interest
  2. incremental action at the interface
  3. non reversibility of all actions,
  4. syntactic correctness of all actions

Question 487 : ________ stores the picture information as a charge distribution behind the phosphor-coated screen

  1. Cathode ray tube
  2. Direct-view Sstorage tube
  3. Flat panel displays
  4. 3D viewing device

Question 488 : Which of the given statements correctly defines effectiveness in terms of one of the usability goals?

  1. It is a very general goal and refers to how good a system at doing what it is suppose to do
  2. It refers to the way a system supports users in carrying out their tasks
  3. It involves protecting the users from dangerous conditions
  4. It involves protecting the users from undesired situations

Question 489 : In HCI, users are categorized bases on their skills as

  1. Low level, Medium level, High level
  2. Beginners, Intermediate, Experts
  3. Learners, Average, Advanced
  4. Entry level, Intermediate level , Skilled

Question 490 : Which of the following is not true for Design Rational

  1. communication mechanism among the members of a design team
  2. design rationales for a set of products can be reused
  3. forces the designer to deliberate more carefully about design decisions.
  4. The usability of an interactive system is not dependent on the context of its use

Question 491 : Which statement is not true for learning

  1. We learn faster when operation is task-focused
  2. We learn faster when vocabulary is task focused ,familiar and consistent
  3. We learn faster when operation is simple and consistent
  4. we learn when risk is high

Question 492 : ___ is the system’s ability to respond to individual differences in people

  1. Familarity
  2. Flexibility
  3. Responsiveness
  4. Availability

Question 493 : Which is a disadvantage of Graphical System?

  1. Exploits visual/spatial cues
  2. Fosters more concrete thinking
  3. Working domain is the present.
  4. Replaces national languages

Question 494 : The highest level in three levels of processing

  1. Visceral
  2. Discoverability
  3. Behavioral
  4. Reflective

Question 495 : Providing accelerators mostly addresses

  1. utility
  2. efficiency
  3. learnability
  4. attitude

Question 496 : How many types of image processing techniques are there in image perception?

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4

Question 497 : Which color is produced by RGB(255,0,255)?

  1. Magenta
  2. Purple
  3. Yellow
  4. Green

Question 498 : The inclusion of different media on a screen is possible due to the use of :

  1. Sound
  2. Photographs
  3. Images
  4. Multimedia

Question 499 : The advantages of WYSIWYG word processors include all of the following except

  1. Users see a partial page of text.
  2. The document is seen as it will appear when printed.
  3. Cursor action is visible and cursor motion is natural.
  4. Immediate display of the results of an action

Question 500 : What do you mean by sensory storage?

  1. Sensory storage is the buffer where the automatic processing of information collected from human senses takes place
  2. It’s a main memory in the computer device where the information is manually stored
  3. Storage used in enterprises to store the goods
  4. It is the another name of the secondary storage in computing devices.