walkthrough method

walkthrough method

[′wȯk¦thrü ‚meth·əd]
(control systems)
The instruction of a robot by taking it through its sequences of motions, so that these actions are stored in its memory and recalled when necessary.
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Participants in the cognitive walkthrough method used materials described in Wharton et al.
The cognitive walkthrough method is defined only for a task-based approach, so the inspection did not include a free-exploration portion.
Overall, the heuristic evaluation method was less valid and less effective than either the UPI or cognitive walkthrough method.
The main advantage of UPI over heuristic evaluation is one shared with the cognitive walkthrough method.
As we said in the Limitations of the Study section, the bias toward ease of learning that shows up in brief lab testing would favor the cognitive walkthrough method in this study.
The cognitive walkthrough method is similar to a portion of the highest level of the UAF in that both are based on similar models of user interaction.