Domain Modelling For Interactive Systems Design

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Domain Modelling For Interactive Systems Design

Author : Alistair G. Sutcliffe
ISBN : 9781461556138
Genre : Computers
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Domain Modelling for Interactive Systems Design brings together in one place important contributions and up-to-date research results in this fast moving area. Domain Modelling for Interactive Systems Design serves as an excellent reference, providing insight into some of the most challenging research issues in the field.
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Domain Knowledge For Interactive System Design

Author : Alistair G. Sutcliffe
ISBN : 9780387350592
Genre : Computers
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This book describes how domain knowledge can be used in the design of interactive systems. It includes discussion of the theories and models of domain, generic domain architectures and construction of system components for specific domains. It draws on research experience from the Information Systems, Software Engineering and Human Computer Interaction communities.
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Interactive Systems Design Specification And Verification

Author : Fabio Paterno
ISBN : 9783642871153
Genre : Computers
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Making systems easier to use implies increasingly complex management of communication between users and applications. An increasing part of the application program is devoted to the user interface. In order to manage this complexity, it is very important to have tools, notations, and methodologies that support the designer's work during the refinement process from specification to implementation. The purpose of this proceedings of the first (1994) Eurographics workshop on this area is to review the state of the art. It compares the different existing approaches in order to identify the principal requirements and the most suitable notations and methods, and indicates the relevant results.
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Interactive Systems Design Specification And Verification

Author : Joaquim Jorge
ISBN : 9783540399292
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Design, Specification, and Verification of Interactive Systems, DSV-IS 2003, held in Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal, in June 2003. The 26 revised full papers and 5 revised short papers presented together with an invited paper have passed through two rounds of reviewing, selection, and improvement. The papers are organized in topical sections on test and evaluation, Web and groupware, tools and technologies, task modeling, model-based design, mobile and multiple devices, UML, and specification languages.
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Interactive Systems Design Specification And Verification

Author : Stephen W. Gilroy
ISBN : 9783540341451
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the refereed post-proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Design, Specification, and Verification of Interactive Systems, DSV-IS 2005. The 20 revised full papers, 1 keynote paper, and 4 summaries of group discussions are organized in topical sections on teams and groups, sketches and templates, away from the desktop, migration and mobility, analysis tools, model-based design processes and tools, and group discussions.
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Models In Software Engineering

Author : Holger Giese
ISBN : 9783540690696
Genre : Business & Economics
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Following the tradition of previous instances of the MoDELS conference series, 11 workshops and two symposia were hosted in 2007. These satellite events complemented the main conference by providing room for important subject areas and enabling a high degree of interactivity. The selection of the workshops was organized like in former instances of the MoDELS conference series by a Workshop Selection Committee. The following well-known experts agreed to serve on this committee: Gabor Karsai, Vanderbilt University, USA Thomas Kuhne, ] Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany Jochen Kuster ], IBM Research Zurich, Switzerland Henry Muccini, University of L Aquila, Italy Sebastian Uchitel, Imperial College London, UK Theworkshopsprovidedcollaborativeforumsforparticulartopics.Theyenabled a group of participants to exchange recent and/or preliminary results, to c- duct intensive discussions, or to coordinate e?orts between representatives of a technical community. They served as forums for lively discussion of innovative ideas, recent progress, or practical experience on model-driven engineering for speci?c aspects, speci?c problems, or domain-speci?c needs. As in previous editions, there were a Doctoral Symposium and an Edu- tors Symposium. The Doctoral Symposium provided speci?c support for PhD students to discuss their work and receive useful guidance for the completion of their dissertation research. The Educators Symposium addressed how to e- cate students as well as practitioners to move from traditional thinking to an engineering approach based on models."
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Interactive Systems

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ISBN : UOM:39015037139386
Genre : Computer graphics
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Object Modeling And User Interface Design

Author : Mark Van Harmelen
ISBN : UOM:39015050553562
Genre : Computers
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"Object Modeling and User Interface Design merges theories with practical techniques to create methods for the design to today's systems. By reading this book you will gain an understanding of the benefits of integrating object-oriented analysis approaches with human computer interaction design, and learn how to systematically design interactive systems for their human users."--BOOK JACKET.
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Interactive Systems Design Specification And Verification

Author : Dsv-Is 2000
ISBN : 9783540416630
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Design, Specification and Verification of Interactive Systems, DSV-IS 2000, held in Limerick, Ireland in June 2000. The 14 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 30 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on designing interactive distributed systems, designing user interfaces, tools for user interfaces, formal methods for human-computer interaction, and model-based design of interactive systems.
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Evolution Of The Human Computer Interaction

Author : Xiangshi Ren
ISBN : 1594543666
Genre : Computers
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Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) technology plays a vital role in diverse fields such as education, industry, national policy and cultural development. This is true not only in developed countries but also in rapidly developing countries. HCI technology is not only a relatively new industry in its own right; it also plays a central role in the integration of most, if not all, areas of expertise, including newer technologies, established industries, research and development fields and cultural activities. The evolution of HCI can be viewed analytically using a basic model which consists of three elements: the human, the computer, and the interaction between the two. First, regarding the human, ease-of-use is making computers (or artefacts) accessible to more and more people, including the young, the elderly, the physically or visually handicapped. A new research view, universal usability (or universal design), is emerging. Second, the computer, which interacts with humans, has come a long way from the mainframe to the compact personal computer. Now the locus of computation is shifting from the PC to personal digital assistants (PDAs), tablet computers and electronic whiteboards. Wearable computers, which may be worn like watches, glasses, clothing, and the like, are also greatly changing the traditional image of computers. Third, the interaction between humans and computers has developed from batch processing, through command lines, and on to the WIMP GUI which manipulates objects displayed in a bit map display using pointing devices such as a mouse. In recent years pen-based input interfaces, voice input interfaces, and non-verbal user interfaces (body language user interfaces which use gesture or eye gaze input), have each been actively researched. The chapters in this book deal with ubiquitous computing, interaction strategies and usability. Index.
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Industrial And Engineering Applications Or Artificial Intelligence And Expert Systems

Author : Takushi Tanaka
ISBN : 9056995243
Genre : Computers
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This work represents a broad spectrum of new ideas in the field of applied artificial intelligence and expert systems, and serves to disseminate information regarding intelligent methodologies and their implementation in solving various problems in industry and engineering. Many innovative artificial intelligence (AI) systems have emerged as the result of engineering machines to think like humans and perform intelligent functions. However, only recently have intelligent systems been applied to solve real life problems.
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Interactive Systems Design Specification And Verification

Author : Gavin Doherty
ISBN : 9783540695530
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Design, Specification, and Verification of Interactive Systems, DSVIS 2006, held in Dublin, Ireland in July 2006. The 19 revised full papers presented together with one keynote paper, and two working group reports were carefully reviewed and selected from 57 submissions during two rounds of reviewing and improvement.
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Task Analysis

Author : John Annett
ISBN : 9781420022988
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Methods of collecting, classifying and interpreting data on human performance lie at the very root of ergonomics, and these methods are collectively know as "task analysis". They mirror both our current understanding of human performance and the design of systems which best serve the needs of their users. The concepts and techniques of task analysis have changed dramatically in recent years, and this collection serves to provide a summary of current research and advanced practice. It consists of eleven chapters written by distinguished practitioners in the field, ranging in scope from classical ergonomics to cognitive psychology, software engineering and systems design. This book is a production of a 1998 special issue of the journal Ergonomics , with a new introduction from the editors.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Europlop 2009 Proceedings

Author : Allan Kelly
ISBN : 9781446693636
Genre : Computer software
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Interactive Systems Design Specification And Verification

Author : T. C. Nicholas Graham
ISBN : 9783540705680
Genre : Computers
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The modern world has made available a wealth of new possibilities for interacting with computers, through advanced Web applications, while on the go with handheld smart telephones or using electronic tabletops or wall-sized displays. Developers of modern interactive systems face great problems: how to design applications which will work well with newly available technologies, and how to efficiently and correctly implement such designs. Design, Specification and Verification of Interactive Systems 2008 was the 15th of a series of annual workshops devoted to helping designers and implementers of interactive systems unleash the power of modern interaction devices and techniques. DSV-IS 2008 was held at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, during July 16–18, 2008. This book collects the best papers submitted to the workshop. There were 17 full papers, 10 late-breaking and experience report papers, and two demonstrations. Keynote presentations were provided by Judy Brown of Carleton University and Randy Ellis of Queen’s University. The first day of the workshop addressed the problems of user interface evaluation and specification, with particular emphasis on the use of task models to provide hi- level approaches for capturing the intended functionality of a user interface. Day two continued this theme, examining techniques for modeling user interfaces, particularly for mobile and ubiquitous applications. Presenters also discussed advanced implem- tation techniques for interactive systems. Finally, day three considered how to arc- tect interactive systems, and returned to the themes of evaluation and specification.
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Computer Aided Design Of User Interfaces Ii

Author : Jean Vanderdonckt
ISBN : 0792360788
Genre : Computers
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This book gathers the latest experiences of experts, research teams and leading organisations involved in computer-aided design of user interfaces for interactive applications supported by software, such as code generators, model editors, task animators, translators, checkers, advice-giving systems and systems for graphical user interfaces. Audience: This volume will be of interest to software development practitioners and researchers whose work involves human--computer interaction, design of user interfaces, frameworks for computer-aided design, formal methods, multimedia systems, interactive applications, and graphical user interfaces.
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Information Modelling And Knowledge Bases X

Author : Hannu Jaakkola
ISBN : 9051994532
Genre : Computers
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LISTENING TO MUSIC is designed to help develop and refine the listening skills of your students and inspire a lifelong appreciation of music. Author and award-winning scholar-teacher Craig Wright, who has taught Music Appreciation courses for more than 35 years, is consistently praised by reviewers and other professors for his unparalleled accuracy and his clear, direct, conversational style. Throughout the book, Wright connects with today's students by incorporating comparisons between pop and classical music and by using examples from popular artists to illustrate core concepts. This chronological text succinctly covers traditional Western music from medieval to modern, discussing examples from each historical period within their social contexts and the construction of each piece. Later chapters cover popular music, its impact on musical globalization, and comparisons between Western and non-Western music. LISTENING TO MUSIC is the only text that provides Craig Wright's own Listening Exercises, in the book and online, which help students focus on important musical elements and episodes. A free CD, packaged with each printed copy of the text, includes all of the musical examples for the Part 1 listening exercises. A full set of optional online student resources includes Active Listening Guides, streaming music, an interactive eBook, quizzing, and more--all to challenge your students. All of the music discussed in the text is also available on CD and on Sony Music download cards. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac.
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Critical Issues In User Interface Systems Engineering

Author : David Benyon
ISBN : 9781447110019
Genre : Computers
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This book developed from an IFIP workshop which brought together methods and architecture researchers in Human Computer Interaction and Software Engineering. To an extent this introduction is a little unfair to the authors, as we have distilled the results of the workshop to give the reader a perspective of the problems within integrated approaches to usability engineering. The papers could not hope to address all ofthe issues; however, we hope that a framework will help the reader gainfurther insights into current research andfuture practice. The initial motivation was to bring together researchers and practitioners to exchange their experiences on Graphical User Interface (Gill) design problems. The two groups represented methodological and architecture/tools interests, so the workshop focused on intersection of how methods can support user interface development and vice versa, how tools, architectures and reusable components can empower the design process. There is, we believe, a constructive tension between these two communities. Methodologists tend to approach the design problem with task/domain/organisational analysis while the tool builders suggest design empowerment/envisioning as a means ofimproving the way users work rather than relying on analysis ofcurrent systems. This debate revolves around the questions of whether users' current work is optimal, or whether designers have the insight to empower users by creating effective solutions to their problems. Tool builders typically want to build something, then get the users to try it, while the methodologists want to specify something, validate it and then build it.
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Human Computer Interaction

Author : Michitaka Hirose
ISBN : 1586031880
Genre : Computers
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This book covers the proceedings of INTERACT 2001 held in Tokyo, Japan, July 2001. The conference covers human-computer interaction and topics presented include: interaction design, usability, novel interface devices, computer supported co-operative works, visualization, and virtual reality. The papers presented in this book should appeal to students and professionals who wish to understand multimedia technologies and human-computer interaction.
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