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    Dan Power What is the ROMC design approach?
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    ROMC is a systems analysis and design method. Ralph Sprague and Eric Carlson (1982) proposed ROMC as an approach for designing a specialized decision support system. The method is especially useful for creating a DSS user interface. ROMC focuses on analyzing four user-oriented entities: 1) representations or images for conveying information, 2) operations for manipulating data displayed as representations, 3) aids for a user's memory (memory aids), and 4) mechanisms for helping users control the system (control mechanisms).

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