A structured series of interchanges between a user and a computer terminal. Dialogues can be computer initiated, e.g., question and answer, or user initiated, e.g., command languages.
The condition in which the sound stimulus presented at one ear differs from the sound stimulus presented at the other ear. The stimulus may differ in sound pressure, frequency, phase, time, duration, or bandwidth or other characteristics.
3.24 Display format
The organization of different types of data in a display, including information about the data such as labels and other user guidance such as prompts, error messages.
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