Engineering Interactive Systems 2008: Second Conference on Human-Centered Software Engineering, HCSE 2008 and 7th International Workshop by Fabio PaternEngineering Interactive Systems 2008: Second Conference on Human-Centered Software Engineering, HCSE 2008 and 7th International Workshop by Fabio Patern

Engineering Interactive Systems 2008: Second Conference on Human-Centered Software Engineering…

byFabio Patern

Paperback | September 11, 2008

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Engineering Interactive Systems (EIS) 2008 was an international event combining the 2nd working conference on Human-Centred Software Engineering (HCSE 2008) and the 7th International Workshop on TAsk MOdels and DIAgrams (TAMODIA 2008). HCSE is a working conference that brings together researchers and practitioners - terested in strengthening the scientific foundations of user interface design and examining the relationship between software engineering and human-computer interaction and how to strengthen user-centred design as an essential part of so- ware engineering processes. As a working conference, substantial time is devoted to the open and lively discussion of papers. TAMODIA is an international workshop on models, such as task models and visual representations in Human-Computer Interaction (one of the most widely used notations in this area, ConcurTaskTrees, was developed in the town that hosted this year's event). It focuses on notations used to describe user tasks ranging from textual and graphical forms to interactive, multimodal and multimedia tools.
Title:Engineering Interactive Systems 2008: Second Conference on Human-Centered Software Engineering…Format:PaperbackDimensions:306 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.1 inPublished:September 11, 2008Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Keynote.- Tasks = Data + Action + Context: Automated Task Assistance through Data-Oriented Analysis.- TAMODIA Long Papers.- Assessment of Object Use for Task Modeling.- Task Model-Based Usability Evaluation for Smart Environments.- From Task to Agent-Oriented Meta-models, and Back Again.- Steps in Identifying Interaction Design Patterns for Multimodal Systems.- Information Supply Mechanisms in Ubiquitous Computing, Crisis Management and Workflow Modelling.- A Method for Modeling Interactions on Task Representations in Business Task Management Systems.- AMBOSS: A Task Modeling Approach for Safety-Critical Systems.- TAMODIA Short Papers.- UI Design without a Task Modeling Language - Using BPMN and Diamodl for Task Modeling and Dialog Design.- Task-Based Development Methodology for Collaborative Environments.- An Event-Condition-Action Approach for Contextual Interaction in Virtual Environments.- Automated Usability Evaluation during Model-Based Interactive System Development.- Integrating Groupware Notations with UML.- HCSE Long Papers.- MuiCSer: A Process Framework for Multi-disciplinary User-Centred Software Engineering Processes.- A Fluid Flow Approach to Usability Analysis of Multi-user Systems.- Task-Driven Plasticity: One Step Forward with UbiDraw.- HCSE Short Papers.- The Guilet Dialog Model and Dialog Core for Graphical User Interfaces.- An Ontology-Based Adaptation Framework for Multimodal Interactive Systems.- Some Thoughts about the Horizontal Development of Software Engineers.- Involving End Users in Distributed Requirements Engineering.- Concepts for Analysis and Design of Mobile Healthcare Applications.- ShaMAN: An Agent Meta-model for Computer Games.- A Study on Appropriate Plant Diagram Synthesis for User-Suited HMI in Operating Control.- Preserving Rich User Interface State in Web Applications across Various Platforms.- From Desktop to Tabletop: Migrating the User Interface of AgilePlanner.- Learning Key Contexts of Use in the Wild for Driving Plastic User Interfaces Engineering.- The Ecology of Participants in Co-evolving Socio-technical Environments.- Demonstrations.- User Interface Migration between Mobile Devices and Digital TV.- Demonstration of Software Components for End-User Development.- Transactions in Task Models.