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Systems application architecture : common user access

Systems application architecture : common user access

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Martin, James, 1933- Chapman, Kathleen Kavanagh. Leben, Joe.
서명 / 저자사항
Systems application architecture : common user access / James Martin with Kathleen Kavanagh Chapman, Joe Leben.
발행사항
Englewood Cliffs, N.J. :   Prentice-Hall,   c1991.  
형태사항
xvi, 352 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0137850239 :
일반주기
"A James Martin books"--P. preceding t.p.  
서지주기
Includes index.
일반주제명
IBM Systems Application Architecture. User interfaces (Computer systems). Application software.
비통제주제어
Computers, Design,,
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245 1 0 ▼a Systems application architecture : ▼b common user access / ▼c James Martin with Kathleen Kavanagh Chapman, Joe Leben.
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300 ▼a xvi, 352 p. : ▼b ill. (some col.) ; ▼c 25 cm.
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653 0 ▼a Computers ▼a Design
700 1 0 ▼a Chapman, Kathleen Kavanagh.
700 1 0 ▼a Leben, Joe.

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CONTENTS
Preface = xv
PART Ⅰ INTRODUCTION
 1 Introduction to SAA = 3
  Introduction = 3
  Why SAA? = 4
  Goals of SAA = 7
  Structure of SAA = 8
  Common User Access = 11
  Common Programming Interface = 14
  Common Communications Support = 17
  Architecture vs. Implementations = 22
  SAA : Strengths and Weaknesses = 23
  The Future of SAA = 25
 2 SAA Application Design = 27
  Introduction = 27
  Design Goals = 27
  Distributed Processing
  Designing for Distributed Processing = 32
  Designing the User Interface = 32
  Designing for Distributed Data = 34
  Distributed Relational Database Architecture = 35
 3 Introduction to CUA = 39
  Introduction = 39
  User Interface Model = 39
  Interface Design Principles = 40
  The Object-Action Principle
  Developing the User's Conceptual Model = 41
  Putting Users in Control of the Dialog = 43
  CUA Models for Multiple Environments = 44
  The Graphical Model = 45
  Nonprogrammable Terminal User Interface Models = 48
  CUA : An Evolving Standard = 52
PART Ⅱ THE CUA ADVANCED INTERFACE
 4 Advanced Interface Presentation Techniques = 55
  Introduction = 55
  Window Layouts = 55
  The Action Bar and Pulldowns = 57
  Pushbuttons = 58
  The Client Area = 58
  Selection Field Formatting = 58
  Use of Emphasis = 59
  Types of Selection Fields = 60
  Entry Fields = 61
  The Text Cursor = 61
  Combined Fields = 62
  Formatting Groups of Controls = 62
  User Feedback = 63
  Application Status = 64
  Messages = 64
 5 Advanced Interface Interaction Techniques = 67
  Introduction = 67
  Keyboard Interaction = 67
  Moving the Selection Cursor = 68
  Making a Selection = 70
  Entry Bar and Pulldown Interactions = 76
  Window Interactions = 78
  Direct Manipulation = 79
 6 Advanced Interface Dialog Techniques = 81
  Introduction = 81
  System Menu Actions = 81
  Action Bar Choices = 82
  Standard Pushbutton Actions = 88
  Standard Interfaces = 89
  Multiple-Document Interface = 89
  Split-Window Processing = 91
  The Workplace Environment = 92
PART Ⅲ THE CUA BASIC INTERFACE
 7 Basic Interface Presentation Techniques = 99
  Introduction = 99
  Panel Componets = 99
  Work Area = 99
  Panel Fields = 100
  Protected Information = 100
  Selection Fields = 101
  Entry Fields = 106
  Work Area Formatting = 107
  Scrolling Information = 109
  Message Area = 112
  Command Area = 112
  Function Key Area = 112
  Action Bar Formatting = 112
  Pulldown Formatting = 113
  Windows = 114
  Color and Emphasis = 118
 8 Basic Interface Interaction Techniques = 119
  Introduction = 119
  Moving the Cursor = 119
  Selection Techniques = 119
  Canceling a Selection = 120
  Action List Interactions = 120
  Scrolling a Selection Field = 123
  Entry Field Techniques = 123
  Autotab Option = 124
  Invalid Values = 124
  Scrolling the Work Area = 124
  Action Bar Interactions = 125
  Selecting an Action Bar Choice = 125
  Pulldown Interactions
  Dialog Pop-up Imteractions = 126
  Entry Model Panel Interactions = 126
  Action-Object Approach = 127
  User Options = 127
 9 Basic Interface Standard Actions = 129
  Introduction = 129
  Action Bar Choices = 129
  File Pulldown = 129
  Edit Pulldown = 130
  View Pulldown = 132
  Options Pulldown = 132
  Help Pulldown = 132
  Methods of Accessing Help = 133
  Interacting with Help Panels = 134
  Function Key Actions = 134
  Dialog Navigation Actions = 135
  User Guidance Actions = 138
  Command Area Actions = 140
  Panel Presention Actions = 141
  Edit Actions = 142
  Messages = 142
PART Ⅳ USER INTERFACE DESIGN
 10 Principles of Dialog Design = 149
  Introduction = 149
  Information Processing Characteristics = 149
  Short-Term Memory = 150
  Types of User = 151
  Interface Design Principles = 153
  Interface Design Objectives = 153
  Alphanumeric Dialogs = 155
  Menu Selection Dialogs = 156
  Language-based Dialogs = 159
  Common User Access and Dialog Types = 162
  Use of Sound and Graphics = 162
  Designing a CUA User Interface = 164
 11 Mitre Corporation Design Guidelines = 167
  Introduction = 167
  Data Entry = 169
  Data Display = 171
  Sequence Control = 172
  User Guidance = 174
  Data Transmission = 176
  Data Protection = 177
 12 Apple Computer Design Guidelines = 181
  Introduction = 181
  Pointer Shapes = 182
  The Keyboard = 183
  The Graphics Screen = 183
  Conceptual Models = 183
  Overlapping Windows = 183
  The Active Window = 184
  Document Windows = 185
  Commands and Menus = 185
  Icons = 187
  Dialog and Alert Boxes = 187
  Modeless Operation = 188
  User Interface Hints = 189
  Common User Access and the Macintosh User Interface = 189
PART Ⅴ CUA AND THE COMMON PROGRAMMING INTERFACE
 13 CUA and CPI Dialog Interface = 193
  Introduction = 193
  The CPI Dialog Interface = 194
  Dialog Elements = 194
  Function Programs = 194
  Dialog Tag Language = 195
  Panels, Windows and Messages = 195
  Dialog Sessions = 196
  Dialog Variables = 198
  Dialog Services = 199
  Invoking Dialog Services = 200
  Command Processing = 202
  Help Facilities = 202
  Dialog Tag Language = 204
  Defining a Panel = 205
  Defining Messages = 209
  Defining a Command Table = 209
  Defining Key Mapping Lists = 210
  Defining Variables = 210
  Defining Help Panels = 211
  Defining a Help Index = 212
  Conformance with CUA = 212
 14 CUA and the CPI Presentation Interface = 217
  Introduction = 217
  Presentation Interface Output = 217
  Windows = 218
  Presentation Interface Definition = 222
  Synchronous and Asynchronous Message Processing = 225
  Application Structure = 225
  Application Relationship to the Presentation Interface = 225
  Message Paths = 228
  User Interface Functions = 230
  Resources = 233
  Using Controls for the User Interface = 235
  Conformance with CUA = 235
  Display Formatting = 236
  User Interactions = 236
  Standard Actions = 237
  Presentation Interface vs. Dialog Interface = 237
 15 CUA and the CPI Application Generator Interface = 239
  Introduction = 239
  SAA Application Generator Environments = 239
  Application Generator Interface = 240
  Map Specification = 240
  Map Structure = 242
  Messages = 245
  Relationship to Common User Access = 245
  Panel Formatting = 245
  Interaction Techniques = 246
  Dialog Control = 246
PART Ⅵ CUA IMPLEMENTATIONS
 16 The OS / 2 Operating System = 249
  Introduction = 249
  Presentation Manager : An Interface to OS / 2 = 250
  Display Formatting = 250
  User Interactions = 252
  Standard Actions = 254
  Help Facilities = 254
  Messages = 254
  Windowing = 254
  Developing OS / 2 Applications = 257
  Window Processing = 258
  Developing CUA-Compliant Applications = 259
  IPF Tag Language = 260
  A Sample Presentation Manager Application = 261
  Dialog Manager = 265
  Dialog Manager Windowing = 265
  Dialog Manager Panel Elements = 266
  Dialog Elements = 267
  Dialog Services = 268
  Dialog Tag Language = 269
  Help Panels = 273
  Relationship of Dialog Manager to Presentation Manager = 275
 17 The OfficeVision Product Family = 277
  Introduction = 277
  OfficeVision Functions = 278
  OfficeVision / 2 LAN Series Access = 280
  OfficeVision / 400 Series Access = 282
  OfficeVision / VM Series and Office Vision/MVS Series Access = 283
  OfficeVision Networks = 284
  The OS / 2 Office Interface and CUA = 286
  Implementing the Graphical Model = 286
  Implementing the Workplace Environment = 289
  Other OfficeVision Interfaces = 291
 18 ISPF = 293
  Introduction = 293
  Defining the User Interface in ISPF = 293
  Dialog Tag Language Facilities = 294
  Panel Tags = 294
  Variable Processing = 301
  Key Lists = 304
  Dialog Actions = 305
  ISPF System Commands = 305
  Application-Defined Actions = 305
  Help Facilities = 307
  Message Definition = 310
  CUA Formatting and Interaction = 312
  Pop-up Windows = 313
  Scrolling = 313
 19 The OS / 400 Operating System = 315
  Introduction = 315
  The AS / 400 and Common User Access = 315
  General Panel Formatting = 315
  Scrolling = 319
  Single-Choice Selection Fields = 319
  Multiple-Choice Selection Fields = 319
  Action List Fields = 321
  Entry Fields = 321
  Interaction Techniques = 321
  Standard Actions = 323
  Navigation Actions = 323
  Command Actions = 323
  Refresh and Prompt Actions = 323
  Help Facilities = 324
  Developing CUA-Compliant Applications = 330
  Using DDS = 330
  AS / 400 Compatible Displays = 331
  Defining a Menu Display = 332
  Defining an Entry Display = 332
  Defining an Information Display = 333
  Defining a List Panel = 335
  Color and Emphasis = 336
  Standard Actions = 336
  Help Facilities = 336
  Messages = 337
Index = 339


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