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The system should be designed, Soft built, and operated with due care and attention to cultural issues relating to those who will experience the system in any way. These issues include such
or tested with users. One aspect that will need to be decided is what technologies to use, e.g., mutimedia, virtual reality, or web-based materials, and what input and output devices best suit the situation, e.g., pen-based, touch screen, speech, keyboard, and so on. These decisions will depend on the constraints on the system, arising from the requirements you have established. For example, input and output devices will be influenced particularly by user and environmental requirements. You also have to decide what concepts need to be communicated between the user and the product and how they are to be structured, related, and presented. This means deciding which functions the product will support, how those functions are related, and what information is required to support them. Although these decisions must be made, remember that they are made only tentatively to begin with and may change after prototyping and evaluation.
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Figure 12-16. The Root Node and ITU-T-assigned OBJECT IDENTIFIER Component Values.
Listing 19-3 shows how you could display properties of print queues on a particular computer. Note the output values for each property. We discuss key properties and their uses in the next section.
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