Welcome to the HCI glossary
Search glossary
Click to search HCI glossary
 
Name
Pass
 
Glossary index
Jump to "0"Jump to "1"Jump to "2"Jump to "3"Jump to "4"Jump to "5"Jump to "6"Jump to "7"Jump to "8"
Jump to "9"Jump to "a"Jump to "b"Jump to "c"Jump to "d"Jump to "e"Jump to "f"Jump to "g"Jump to "h"
Jump to "i"Jump to "j"Jump to "k"Jump to "l"Jump to "m"Jump to "n"Jump to "o"Jump to "p"Jump to "q"
Jump to "r"Jump to "s"Jump to "t"Jump to "u"Jump to "v"Jump to "w"Jump to "x"Jump to "y"Jump to "z"
 
Powered by:
 
Apache HTTP Server
 
PHP Hypertext Preprocessor
 
MySQL Open Source Database
 
RealSpeak Text-To-Speech Software
"satisfaction" (Pronounce)
 
 Related terms
 
 Comment
No comment was found.
3 definitions were found:
 
 Definition
The capability of the software product to satisfy users in a specified context of use.
 Source
ISO/IEC 9126-1 (draft)
 
 
 Definition
The comfort and acceptability of use.
 Source
ISO 9241-11
 
 
 Definition
Freedom of discomfort, and positive attitude to the use of the product.
 Source
ISO 13407 (improperly quoted after ISO 9241-11)
 
Return to top (Return to top)
 
 
Copyright © 2003 by Matthias Rauterberg. All Rights Reserved.