Human-Centred Software Engineering: Third International Conference, HCSE 2010, Reykjavik, Iceland, October 14-15, 2010. Proceedings by Regina BernhauptHuman-Centred Software Engineering: Third International Conference, HCSE 2010, Reykjavik, Iceland, October 14-15, 2010. Proceedings by Regina Bernhaupt

Human-Centred Software Engineering: Third International Conference, HCSE 2010, Reykjavik, Iceland…

byRegina Bernhaupt

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The conference series HCSE (Human-Centred Software Engineering) was established four years ago in Salamanca. HCSE 2010 is the third working conference of IFIP Working Group 13.2, Methodologies for User-Centered Systems Design. The goal of HCSE is to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in strengthening the scientific foundations of user interface design, examining the re- tionship between software engineering and human-computer interaction and focusing on how to strengthen user-centered design as an essential part of software engineering processes. As a working conference, substantial time was devoted to the open and lively discussion of papers. The interest in the conference was positive in terms of submissions and partici- tion. We received 42 contributions that resulted in 10 long papers, 5 short papers and 3 poster papers. The selection was carried out carefully by the International Program Committee. The result is a set of interesting and stimulating papers that address such important issues as contextual design, user-aware systems, ubiquitous environments and usability evaluation. The final program of the conference included a keynote by Liam Bannon with the title "Approaches to Software Engineering: A Human-Centred Perspective." This talk raised a lot of interesting questions for IFIP WG 13.2 and might have had some - pact for participants to become a member of the working group. We hope that participants considered HCSE 2010 as successful as its two p- desessors in terms of interesting discussions and new ideas for scientific co-operation.
Title:Human-Centred Software Engineering: Third International Conference, HCSE 2010, Reykjavik, Iceland…Format:PaperbackDimensions:223 pagesPublished:October 6, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Collaborative Work.- Approaches to Software Engineering: A Human-Centred Perspective.- The APEX Framework: Prototyping of Ubiquitous Environments Based on Petri Nets.- Model-Based Design and Implementation of Interactive Spaces for Information Interaction.- ViSE - A Virtual Smart Environment for Usability Evaluation.- Context of Use.- A Domain Specific Language for Contextual Design.- An MDE Approach for User Interface Adaptation to the Context of Use.- Desktop-to-Mobile Web Adaptation through Customizable Two-Dimensional Semantic Redesign.- User-Aware Systems.- Extending UsiXML to Support User-Aware Interfaces.- The Secret Lives of Assumptions: Developing and Refining Assumption Personas for Secure System Design.- Dazed and Confused Considered Normal: An Approach to Create Interactive Systems for People with Dementia.- Model-Based Development.- Supporting Multimodality in Service-Oriented Model-Based Development Environments.- RTME: Extension of Role-Task Modeling for the Purpose of Access Control Specification.- Web Applications Usability Testing with Task Model Skeletons.- HCI Activities.- Evaluating Relative Contributions of Various HCI Activities to Usability.- AFFINE for Enforcing Earlier Consideration of NFRs and Human Factors When Building Socio-Technical Systems Following Agile Methodologies.- Understanding Formal Description of Pitch-Based Input.- Posters.- Application Composition Driven by UI Composition.- Methods for Efficient Development of Task-Based Applications.- Towards an Integrated Model for Functional and User Interface Requirements.