Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces III: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces 15-1 by Christophe KolskiComputer-Aided Design of User Interfaces III: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces 15-1 by Christophe Kolski

Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces III: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on…

byChristophe KolskiEditorJean Vanderdonckt

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This book gathers the latest experiences of experts, research teams, and leading organisations involved in computer-aided design of user-interactive applications supported by software. Attention is paid specifically to platform-independent user interfaces, and context-sensitive or aware applications. This includes innovative model-based and agent-based approaches, 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 and semi-formal methods, web services and multimedia systems, interactive applications, and graphical user and multi-user interfaces.
Title:Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces III: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on…Format:PaperbackDimensions:389 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.07 inPublished:November 13, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Invited speakers. 1. Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces by Example; H. Lieberman. 2. Foundations for a Theory of Contextors; J. Coutaz, G. Rey. 3. WSXL: A Web Services Language for Integrating End-User Experience; D. Chamberlain, et al. Specification of User Interfaces. 4. From Formal Specifications to Secure Implementations; F.Jambon. 5. Just-UI: A User Interface Specification Model; P.J. Molina, et al. 6. DTS-Edit: an Interactive Development Environment for Structured Dialog Applications; F. Depaulis, et al. Task Scenarios: Elicitation and Derivation. 7. Automatically Eliciting Task Models from Written Task Narratives; M. Brasser, K. Vander Linden. 8. From Usage Scenarios to User Interface Elements in a Few Steps; H. Kaindl, R. Jezek. 9. Exploring Design Heuristics for User Interface Derivation from Task and Domain Models; C. Pribeanu, J. Vanderdonckt. Model-Based Approaches. 10. A User Modeling Design Tool Based on a Cognitive Architecture for Comparing Interfaces; F.R. Ritter, et al. 11. A Model-Guided and Task-Based Approach to User Interface Design Centered in a Unified Interaction and Architectural Model; C.V. Serey Guerrero, B. Lula jr. 12. Using User Interface Models in Design; H. Troetteberg. User Interfaces for Multiple Contexts of Use. 13. One Model, Many Interfaces; F. Paternò, C. Santoro. 14. Combining Handcrafting and Automatic Generation of User-Interfaces for Pervasive Devices; L.D. Bergman, et al. 15. Concepts for Generating Multi-User Interfaces Including Graphical Editors; A. Brandl. Domain-Oriented Model-Based Approaches. 16. DIGBE: Online Model-Based Design Automation; R. Penner, E. Steinmetz. 17. Meeting Activity Theory through Task-Based and User-Oriented Development of User Interfaces; Ch. Stary. 18. Model-Based Interactive Prototyping of Highly Interactive Applications; D. Navarre, et al. Innovative Model-Based Approaches. 19. Modeling Style of Work as an Aid to the Design and Evaluation of Interactive Systems; J. Wu, et al. 20. An Online Multimedia System for Learning to Design User Interfaces; E. Furtado, et al. 21. UML and Interactive Systems, Another Step Forward; J.R. Ruault. UIML- and XML-Based User Interfaces. 22. Building Multi-Platform User Interfaces with UIML; M.F. Ali, et al. 23. Development of an UIML Renderer for Different Target Languages; C. Binnig, A. Schmidt. 24. Generic Interface Descriptions using XML; K. Richter. User Interface Migration: Forward and Backward. 25. Specifying User Interfaces for Runtime Modal Independent Migration; K. Luyten, et al. 26. Reverse Engineering Interaction Plans for Legacy Interface Migration; E. Stroulia, R.V. Kapoor. 27. Recovering Alternative Presentation Models of a Web Page with VAQUITA; L. Bouillon, et al. Usability Engineering and the Web. 28. Evidence-Based Usability Engineering; E. Metzker, H. Reiterer. 29. A Framework and a Language for Usability Automatic Evaluation of Web Sites by Static Analysis of HTML Source Code; A. Beirekdar, et al. 30. First Steps Towards Task-Related Web User Interfaces; B. Bomsdorf. Agent-Based User Interfaces. 31. Cooperative Agents Design in a Technological Watch Context; J. Jonnequin, et al. 32. A Multi-Agent Approach to Cooperative Work; J.C. Routier, P. Mathieu. 33. Agent Oriented Specification of Interactive Systems: Basic Principles and Industrial Case Study; F. Cartegnie, et al.