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EXERCISE 1

Post  Julie Ann R. Monteroso on Sun Mar 13, 2011 1:00 am

My observation on these domains, the differences between their behaviors are mainly involved the 2 characters; the first timers and the experts. Between the touch and the ‘hunt-and-peck’ typists; in this area, the touch typist is the one you will certainly choose as a valuable in which anybody could entrust him in terms of encoding/typing, and that could even make his work fast, easy and spotless rather than a ‘hunt and peck typist’ that could probably create a mix up texts. In relation to this, just as to expert and novice game players, it is not a challenging play if you’re an expert then you play with someone like a novice player as your companion or an opponent in a game, if that so, it would just run as a funny game. When it comes to this area – computer application; there is really a big difference between the experts and the novice. The expert can manipulate computer apps on his own, and is reliable to a novice operator.

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Post  vinceilagan on Sun Mar 13, 2011 3:57 am

Exercise 1 Observe skilled and novice operators in a familiar domain: for example, touch and 'hunt-and-peck' typists, expert and novice game players, or expert and novice users of a computer application. What differences can you discern between their behaviors?

Like personal computing, including both personal or public software on using applications, such as editing, spreadsheets, and interactive computer games or other personal computer platforms like operating systems, programming languages, and hardware, made everyone in the world developed a potential computer user, and vividly highlighted the deficiencies of computers with respect to usability for those who wanted to use computers as tools or past time and etc. Thus, at just the point when personal computing presented the practical name HCI or Human Computer Interaction, a cognitive science presented people, concepts, skills, and other vision for addressing such needs or usage. HCI was one of the first examples and development of the growing users of newly developed technology of the world. So to say what differences are of a novice and an expert, like any other things they may vary on what usage, specialty and type may the user be disregards of their being expert and novice status either they now much or less still the one may not know the others may know from what interests they may be interacting to the computer maybe. “HCI is on the concept of usability. This concept was originally articulated naively in the slogan "easy to learn, easy to use". The blunt simplicity of this conceptualization gave HCI an edgy and prominent identity in computing. It served to hold the field together, and to help it influence computer science and technology development more broadly and effectively. However, inside HCI the concept of usability has been reconstructed continually, and has become increasingly rich and intriguingly problematic. Usability now often subsumes qualities like fun, well-being, collective efficacy, aesthetic tension, enhanced creativity, support for human development, and many others. A more dynamic view of usability is that of a programmatic objective that should continue to develop as our ability to reach further toward it improves.” I have taken this phrase from the internet and just like what it says no more than any differences people may have it would always depend on ways of what the people may use it. Wither he/she may be an expert or not you can never tell what each other may know and can do in the future.
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Post  Godofredo C. Pisngot Jr. on Sun Mar 13, 2011 11:22 am

We can easily determine the difference between experts and novice. For an instance in a game, a novice player will eventually ask for something or opinion from other players in order for him to start up with his game, they also tend to ask the need of tutorials and learn only the basics, but as a skilled player, they know all the strategies and know all the possible techniques in order to emerge victorious. Not just in games, also in computer application. Novice will be easily determined the way the user reacts on that particular application and rely most often on tutorials.

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Post  florenzie_palma on Tue Mar 15, 2011 1:17 am

Expert and novice game players have different approaches on how to interact with such applications through a computer. Those who are in gaming, likely, the expert ones, they are most probably concerned with the keypads and the mastery of their moves that is expressed on what they have pressed on the keyboard. The novice ones have the tendency to observe and be hesitant on what to do next. Those who are in computer applicatons, if we have to specify, for example, in social networking, or editing photos, they are more probably concerned with the clicking of the mouse because most commonly, computer applications offer icons just to be clicked-on rather than requiring a text type of interaction. The experts would gone through in just a period os time while the novice ones will surely have to work and crave for more.
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Post  arnulfotaghoy on Tue Mar 15, 2011 4:43 pm

Observe skilled and novice operators in a familiar domain: for example, touch and 'hunt-and-peck' typists, expert and novice game players, or expert and novice users of a computer application. What differences can you discern between their behaviors?

You can easily determine the difference between a skilled and a novice operator, simply by observing his/her actions/reactions towards a certain domain. If you take example in a game, a novice player will eventually asked for something from other players in order for him/her to start up with his game but as a skilled player, he/she will eventually know what is needed in order to be successful in that certain game. Simply, a novice operator is new to its surrounding and not familiar with the mazes, but a skilled operator is the one who knows exactly what he/she is doing.


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Post  Marlie E. Sisneros on Tue Mar 15, 2011 5:52 pm

What I notice about the difference between expert and novice game players is that skilled or expert players focus their attention on the game, I mean on the monitor while the beginner is anxiously looking on the keyboard and having difficulties in pressing the right key . Expert player also has this confidence in the game (dota for example), relaxed and quiet while novice are apprehensive, tense and loud (trashing and bragging).
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Re: Exercise 1

Post  Calvin John Dalino on Thu Apr 07, 2011 12:10 pm

According to the internet, the difference between skilled and less skilled problem solving is in the way that different problems are grouped. Novices tend to group problems according to superficial characteristics such as the objects or features common to both. Experts, on the other hand, demonstrate a deeper understanding of the problems and group them according to underlying conceptual similarities, which may not be at all obvious from the problem descriptions. Another differences I found from the internet is the cognitive processing differences between novice and expert group. According to a study, the expert programmers use semantic memory and high-level plan knowledge to direct their programming activities. ifty subjects were divided into novice and expert groups based on the number of programming courses taken. Four tests were developed to measure syntactic memory, semantic memory, tactical skill, and strategic skill. Experts performance was superior on all tests.

I can say that touch typists are people who give equal concentration on giving attention on the paper they might be peeking as a copy as well as having their attention on the monitor where they do document or whatever it could be that gives input through keyboard. On a wikipedia article, it has been said there that a touch typist could have type for almost 50-70 wpm and even higher when the typist isn’t relying on a script. Compared to hunt-and-peck typist its behavior shows that the user’s attention could be divided into three parts, one on the monitor, second on the keyboard and third on the script. And it is quite obvious that the user might be on more attention with the keyboards than of the other.

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Post  Jake Darren T. Colina on Thu Apr 07, 2011 12:40 pm

Lesson 1: Observe skilled and novice operators in a familiar domain: for example, touch and 'hunt-and-peck' typists, expert and novice game players, or expert and novice users of a computer application. What differences can you discern between their behaviors?

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In the case of comparing skilled and novice operators in a familiar domain (e.g. facebook, twitter), a skilled user would just do what he usually does using those domain asking himself “what’s new?”, “how’s my updates going on?”. Those are just some typical questions an expert could ask. While for the novice user, he would ask different set of questions categorized to his level of experience like “what’s this?”, “how to use it?”, “where can I find the upload page?”. Again, those are sample questions a beginner could ask on his first time using those domain.

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Re: Exercise 1

Post  padibergonia on Thu Apr 07, 2011 1:04 pm

Disparity of expertise between one individual and another can really be evident on their behavior. Novice practitioners generally tend to be extra conscious on every action that they take.
According to what I have researched, touch typing is that the typist keeps their eyes on the source copy at all times while 'hunt-and-peck' typing is that the typist must find and press each key individually. Some novice was not able to do touch typing because they are not familiar of the placing of the alphabets on the keyboard and they are also hesitant and most of them do hunt-and-peck typing.

Observe skilled and novice operators in a familiar domain, for example touch and ‘hunt-and-peck’ typists, expert and novice game players, or expert and novice users of a computer application. What differences can you discern between their behaviors?

The aim was to see who can touch type and who has to search & peck.


touch and ‘hunt-and-peck’ typists
touch and ‘hunt-and-peck’- typists had more practice in the exercise in 1.1, they had gotten used to where the letters are on the keyboard and were able to touch type

expert and novice game players
expert and novice game players- were able to touch type most the time but there was a point where the group had to search & peck and was hesitant

expert and novice users of a computer application
expert and novice users of a computer application- they could touch type but were searching and peaking more than group touch and ‘hunt-and-peck’ typists and group expert and novice game players
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Post  ikoymaster on Thu Apr 07, 2011 1:30 pm

when typing or using keyboard from a hard copy of composition.

A professional will keep his eyes on the copy and glance every once in a while to its monitor and keyboard for confirmation that his work is correct.

While a beginner will have his eyes on his keyboard and hard copy for most of the time to accurately type his work for he is not familiar with the arrangement of the keyboards layout.

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Post  chamz_perez on Thu Apr 07, 2011 3:30 pm

We can simply determine the dissimilarity between a skillful and a beginner operator, simply by observing his/her actions/reactions towards a certain domain. If you take example in a game, a novice player will eventually asked for something from other players in order for him/her to start up with his game but as a skilled player, he/she will eventually know what is needed in order to be successful in that certain game. Simply, a novice operator is new to its surrounding and not familiar with the mazes, but a skilled operator is the one who knows exactly what he/she is doing.
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Post  rowellpines on Fri Apr 08, 2011 2:45 am

Observe skilled and novice operators in a familiar domain: for example, touch and 'hunt-and-peck' typists, expert and novice game players, or expert and novice users of a computer application. What differences can you discern between their behaviors?.

EXPERT AND NOVICE PLAYERS

I would prefer to distinguish the difference between a PRO-gamer and a Novice in the field of a LAN game called DOTA(defence of the ancients) a product of WARCRAFT wherein im also an average player.

There may be three matters that can wrapt up their differences, namely:

A. Physical
B. Mental
C. Teamwork


PHYSICAL

I am talking about the physical matters on how a player react with such situation in the game. Their is an instance on achieving speed in holding the keyboard for the game, players usually called it "bilis kamay". As a Pro-gamer, they are the ones that defines speed in all aspects, mouse pointing direction within the map, ang the keyboard foreplay on clicking controls in such matters. Well, as for a novice, they would often called as "slow hands" because they lack the CONTROL speed in the game, they often turns in to "FOODS", 'cause higher ranking player makes them for money and take advantages.


MENTAL

Ofcourse, after the physical aspects, mental alertness should follow. The reaction on such fields the game, like controlling the terrain, achieving strong items at a least time, and creating plans that keys for winning. This skill, is surely can be seen by PRO-gamers in DOTA, they are the ones that battles with brains and calmnes in every reaction to the game, they often stands different postion depending on its specialties, PUSHER, TANKER, SUPPORTER, HITTER...and so on. In the other hand, Novice which is on the field of training, usually adopts with the surrounding in the game, hence, they lack experience well off and therefore drops the defence of its team and was called as "DAHILAN".


TEAMWORK

As the game is a multiplayer type of virtual gaming, it is a group of five that battles on each team. There are only two teams should be in total, namely the SENTINEL and the SCOURGE. Pro-gamers in DOTA create a huge chance in cometing with other teams, there are the one that names are printed in every open tournament of the game. In such matters when the skill is equal in every team, the advantage is now measured with the team STRATEGY, in PICKING suitable heroes and Leading its members on the way of Winning. Terms like "IMBA MOVES" commonly refes to the players playing like the masters in the game. The Novice on the other hand, doesnt have this type of skill for they usually on start stage, and so must needs experience in the game to adopt with other players.


Im refering my synopsis with my experience with the game, as well as the PRO-gamers that I'd encounter too.
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