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Framework for architecture-independent run-time reconfigurable applications

David I. Lehn, Rhett D. Hudson, Peter M. Athanas, John Schewel, Peter M. Athanas, Chris H. Dick, John T. McHenry
2000 Reconfigurable Technology: FPGAs for Computing and Applications II  
In this environment, developers create Java classes that describe the structural behavior of an application. The framework allows hardware and software modules to be freely mixed and interchanged.  ...  A compilation phase of the development process analyzes the structure of the application and adapts it to the target platform.  ...  Application Execution The Janus abstraction specifies a run-time environment that executes the series of RunTimeEvents generated by the compiler.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.402521 fatcat:3qjdgeuwsrffnfaudoab67qozy

User Interface Declarative Models and Development Environments: A Survey [chapter]

Paulo Pinheiro da Silva
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Model-Based User Interface Development Environments (MB-UIDEs) provide a context within which user interface declarative models can be constructed and related, as part of the user interface design process  ...  The framework can be used as an introduction to the MB-UIDE technology since it relates and provides a description for the terms used in MB-UIDE papers.  ...  The author would like to thank Norman W. Paton and the anonymous reviewers of this paper for their valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44675-3_13 fatcat:6bbboxx5uvczvcxmpm75imxnwy

A conceptual framework for knowledge-based critic systems

Gerhard Fischer, Thomas Mastaglio
1991 Decision Support Systems  
Critiquing is an alternative to expert systems that can support cooperative problem solving and aid user learning in the application domain.  ...  As a result of these implementations we have developed a general architecture for knowledge-based critics that fully support cooperative problem solving.  ...  Developing intelligent support systems has as its goal making usable the total space of functionality available in computational environments rather than diluting functionality or orienting the user on  ... 
doi:10.1016/0167-9236(91)90064-i fatcat:vm3odgpcuze25kzjcehf5on3ae

Supporting knowledge acquisition by end users

Andreas Girgensohn, Frank M. Shipman
1992 Proceedings of the 1992 ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied computing technological challenges of the 1990's - SAC '92  
These principles have been followed in the implementation of MODIFIER, an end-user modification component for design environments, and NETWORK, a design environment for local area networks.  ...  Experiments with end users have led to the identification of several principles that must be observed in order to make systems end-user modifiable.  ...  The research was supported by grants No. IRI-8722792 and No. IRI-9015441 from the National Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/143559.143660 dblp:conf/sac/GirgensohnS92 fatcat:csv2mrktlvbmfe6mp6vyr2feem

Using critics to empower users

Gerhard Fischer, Andreas C. Lemke, Thomas Mastaglio, Anders I. Morch
1990 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Empowering people - CHI '90  
The challenges for the next generation of knowledge-based systems provide a context for the development of this paradigm.  ...  The challenges for the next generation of knowledge-based systems provide a context for the development of this paradigm.  ...  [25] is an innovative design environment for developing program frameworks, components of windowbased user interfaces on Symbolics LISP machines.  ... 
doi:10.1145/97243.97305 dblp:conf/chi/FischerLMM90 fatcat:rzh2mjzpznewph5yzpnmdads5y

Janus: An FPGA-Based System for High-Performance Scientific Computing

F. Belletti, M. Cotallo, A. Cruz, L.A. Fernandez, A. Gordillo-Guerrero, M. Guidetti, A. Maiorano, F. Mantovani, E. Marinari, V. Martin-Mayor, A. Muoz-Sudupe, D. Navarro (+11 others)
2009 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
We also discuss the role of JANUS on other classes of scientific applications.  ...  JANUS is tailored for, but not limited to, the requirements of a class of hard scientific applications characterized by regular code structure, unconventional data manipulation instructions and not too  ...  Sialino for their outstanding support during the commissioning of the first JANUS system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2009.11 fatcat:uy6fojv45jcslf5pkgjzzoikmq

End-user modifiability in design environments

Gerhard Fischer, Andreas Girgensohn
1990 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Empowering people - CHI '90  
Our conceptual framework for end-user modifiability is illustrated in the context of JANUS, an environment for architectural design.  ...  Our conceptual framework for end-user modifiability is illustrated in the context of JANUS, an environment for archilectural design.  ...  Acknowledgements: The authors would like to thank Anders Morch and Raymond McCall, who w~re major contributors in the development of the JANUS system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/97243.97272 dblp:conf/chi/FischerG90 fatcat:nic3a6hk65b4pawecufxysf2rq

Critics: an emerging approach to knowledge-based human-computer interaction

Gerhard Fischer, Andreas C. Lemke, Thomas Mastaglio, Anders I. Morch
1991 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
The challenges for the next generation of knowledge-based systems provide a context for the development of this paradigm.  ...  The challenges for the next generation of knowledge-based systems provide a .context for the development of this paradigm.  ...  Many people have contributed to the development of our notion of the critiquing paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0020-7373(05)80184-1 fatcat:z3cuuuhtwvcankgfeijfjbnqcu

The Importance of Models in Making Complex Systems Comprehensible [chapter]

Gerhard Fischer
1991 Human Factors in Information Technology  
Three different types of models are discussed in this paper: the designers' models of users, the users' models of systems, and the systems' models of users.  ...  Innovative system designs supporting human problem-domain communication and providing design environments illustrate the relevance of these models in making complex systems comprehensible. ' "  ...  The research was partially supported by grant No. IRI-8722792 from the National Science Foundation, grant No.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-444-88602-6.50005-0 fatcat:4a4ezyt2ffdhxdx3muymdk5owa

From Pragmatism to Interaction Design

Anders I. Mørch
2009 International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development (IJSKD)  
The notion of 'externalized design' of buildings is adopted as a model for how to incorporate external (non computational) objects in user interfaces.  ...  The framework is applied to the retrospective analysis of an interactive system the author has been involved in designing (Janus).  ...  The author thanks Gerhard Fischer and Raymond McCall at University of Colorado, Boulder who contributed to the design of Janus and suggested Donald Schön's concept of reflection-in-action as inspiration  ... 
doi:10.4018/jskd.2009040102 fatcat:j6zr2hcr6zbt3hips2lzvu4fuy

NPSNET and the Naval Postgraduate School Graphics and Video Laboratory

Michael Zyda, David Pratt, John Falby, Paul Barham, Kristen Kelleher
1993 Presence - Teleoperators and Virtual Environments  
NPSNET-IV has been developed at the Naval Postgraduate School's (NPS) Department of Computer Science in the Graphics and Video Laboratory.  ...  Without the contributions of the department's MS and Ph.D. candidates, the NPSNET project would be impossible to maintain and continue.  ...  The sticks are also more quickly learned, and make people more comfortable than the generally unintuitive SpaceBall.  ... 
doi:10.1162/pres.1993.2.3.244 fatcat:4xnquuxy5ngplaclndhhtde5yy

Retrospective and Challenges for Model-Based Interface Development [chapter]

Pedro Szekely
1996 Eurographics  
Model-based interface development, automatic user interface generation, user interface design. 1 This paper uses the term developer to refer to all the people involved in constructing an interactive application  ...  Research on model-based user interface development tools is about 10 years old.  ...  Many MB-IDEs provide implementation tools that use the model to generate more than the user interface.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-7491-3_1 fatcat:nm4pzo2r3zazlad6whyqo6pgve

Beyond Intelligent Interfaces: Exploring, Analyzing, and Creating Success Models of Cooperative Problem Solving [chapter]

GERHARD FISCHER, BRENT REEVES
1995 Readings in Human–Computer Interaction  
We thank the members of the Human-Computer Co mmunication research group at the University of Colorado, Boulder, who helped us to develop the ideas and the systems described in this paper.  ...  MDA903-86-COI43 from the Army Research Institute ; and grants from the Intelligent Systems Group at NYN EX, Software Research Assoc iates (SRA) in Tokyo, a nd the Colorado Institute of Artificial Intelligence  ...  A good user interface is important for two groups: for the developers of knowledge-based systems and for the end-user of these systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-051574-8.50085-6 fatcat:ojwv3mlyynauvgwqcur2fnirsa

Beyond intelligent interfaces: Exploring, analyzing, and creating success models of cooperative problem solving

Gerhard Fischer, Brent Reeves
1992 Applied intelligence (Boston)  
We thank the members of the Human-Computer Co mmunication research group at the University of Colorado, Boulder, who helped us to develop the ideas and the systems described in this paper.  ...  MDA903-86-COI43 from the Army Research Institute ; and grants from the Intelligent Systems Group at NYN EX, Software Research Assoc iates (SRA) in Tokyo, a nd the Colorado Institute of Artificial Intelligence  ...  A good user interface is important for two groups: for the developers of knowledge-based systems and for the end-user of these systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00122020 fatcat:hzvafix3e5euhocollhmpedqwe

Ready-to-hand Information and Computer-mediated Activity: Challenges, Opportunities, and Methods

Anders I. Mørch
2015 International Symposium on End-User Development  
for older than younger people.  ...  The theme of the workshop, coping with information, participation and collaboration overload assumes that access to information, participation, and collaboration is somehow problematic and probably more  ...  The user interface of the integrated design environment was named Janus (after the Roman god of two faces in opposite direction), and theoretically it was inspired by Donald Schön's notion of Reflection-in-Action  ... 
dblp:conf/iseud/Morch15 fatcat:246kqtwhsvebxbvszbilriisqa
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