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fitt

(fɪt)
n
a variant spelling of fit3

fitt

(fɪt)
vb (tr)
to load (coal) onto a ship or to load (a ship) with coal
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Knoblich, "EEG correlates of Fitts's law during preparation for action", Psychological Research, vol.
As a theoretical base for usability evaluation, Fitts's law (Fitts, 1954) is commonly referred to as a standard research paradigm in input device ergonomics (e.g..
Another speed advantage over the alternative of using a separate display with "dumb" switches is defined by Fitts's Law. It holds that the time to acquire a target is a function of the distance to and size of the target.