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Man/Machine cycles of communication

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Name and explain the cycles of communications between man and machine.  Give an example of the dialog with all the details.
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by:morgan1
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This question is part of requirements for graduation for a masters degree in computer science.  Answers to this question may be included in my response to the professor (with experts exchange and the answeree included in the references).
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Please, define what is a "communication cycle".
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A communication cycle is described as a cycle of exchanges between the communicators (can be more than two).  By exchanges, I mean dialog or some other type of communication (sign language, commands etc).
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Oh, like cycle 1 = hitting it with a rock, cycle 2 = mechanical interfaces, cycle 3 = electro mechanical interfaces, 4 = character based I/O, 5 = GUI I/O, 6 (future) = thought control - this is actually in limited production for differently abled users.

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