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Using Task Knowledge to Guide Interactor Specifications Analysis [chapter]

José Creissac Campos
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper looks at how to extend the type of analysis that can be done using interactor based models of interactive systems, the i2smv tool, and SMV.  ...  The paper investigates how task related knowledge can be introduced into the approach in order to extend the range of properties that can be analysed.  ...  Using task knowledge Using the model above it is possible to perform more in-depth analysis of how the system reacts to intended user behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39929-2_12 fatcat:nnj3usb2tnf7honrtwbjglczgm

Page 1095 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 92, Issue 3 [page]

2005 Psychological Abstracts  
The system is based on the theory of con- structivist knowledge analysis of tasks (CKAT). The CKAT integrates constructivist reflection cycle and knowledge analysis of tasks.  ...  The conceptu- al model of CKAT includes four different stages: knowledge objective, knowledge gathering, knowledge analysis, and task knowledge structure.  ... 

Using User Interface Models in Design [chapter]

Hallvard Trætteberg
2002 Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces III  
Keywords: user interface model, task model, dialog model, design pattern 1.  ...  We introduce a framework for classifying user interface design representations, and argue that multiple representations are must be used in the design process, and that modelling languages must support  ...  During combination new knowledge is created by linking existing explicit knowledge, so the representations must supports analysis and reasoning.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0421-3_12 fatcat:k3smoiu2jndaddckwho44cuu3i

Systems, interactions, and macrotheory

Philip Barnard, Jon May, David Duke, David Duce
2000 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
science could be developed to yield engineering tools for use in the inter-disciplinary context of HCI design.  ...  A case is presented for developing new forms of theory based around generic 'systems of interactors'.  ...  No amount of task description, knowledge analysis, or considerations of the limits on human cognition would provide such an analysis without referencing some other factors not normally considered to be  ... 
doi:10.1145/353485.353490 fatcat:z7tpxfj6zfaxjevq77vthps7ja

Formal architectural abstractions for interactive software

PANOS MARKOPOULOS, PETER JOHNSON, JON ROWSON
1998 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
The ADC interactor model is specified formally using the LOTOS specification language.  ...  The Abstraction-Display-Controller (ADC) interactor model is one such abstraction which draws on research into user interface architectures and on earlier approaches to the formal specification of user  ...  Acknowledgement is due to CNRS/IMAG for the CADP toolset, to UPM University of Madrid, for the TOPO/LOLA toolset and to ITA, University of Twente, for the LITE toolset.  ... 
doi:10.1006/ijhc.1998.0223 fatcat:c5dmfobefbhfvmbtto3t64bxi4

Supporting Interactions with Multiple Platforms through User and Task Models [chapter]

Luisa Marucci, Fabio Paternò, Carmen Santoro
2005 Multiple User Interfaces  
In addition we use user modelling techniques at run-time to adapt an application to the interaction device, user preferences and user knowledge.  ...  This approach is based on the use of task modelling techniques at design time.  ...  (e.g., the basic task an interactor is able to support).  ... 
doi:10.1002/0470091703.ch11 fatcat:iafkohtfrbbllfoxnhna7b7twe

PPIEs: Protein-Protein Interaction Information Extraction system

Roxana Dánger, Paolo Rosso, Ferran Plà, Antonio Molina
2008 Revista de Procesamiento de Lenguaje Natural (SEPLN)  
Some important aspects that need to be improved in the future have been identified: entity recognition; lexical data storage and searching (in particular, controlled vocabularies); knowledge discovery  ...  This kind of IES guided by knowledgeor, more formally, by ontology-has demonstrated to be effective when the domain knowledge is enclosed and specific enough.  ...  Our goal is to propose a general architecture for IES guided by ontologies, which allows to enrich both the domain knowledge of ontologies and their instances.  ... 
dblp:journals/pdln/DangerRPM08 fatcat:v4uu5bgyunfdtpdgxmvaihdm3e

Automatic semantic platform-dependent redesign

Giulio Mori, Fabio Paternò
2005 Proceedings of the 2005 joint conference on Smart objects and ambient intelligence innovative context-aware services: usages and technologies - sOc-EUSAI '05  
Semantic redesign means that transformation from one platform to another is based on the use of semantic information and not only on the analysis of the low-level implementation.  ...  In our case, such semantic information is contained in logical descriptions of the user interfaces that also capture the possible tasks users intend to accomplish.  ...  Task-based semantic redesign We can now analyse a variant of semantic redesign exploiting knowledge of the tasks involved.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1107548.1107595 fatcat:i7xcrsuzgjbcne3mkdshkkokfa

Applying model-based techniques to the development of UIs for mobile computers

Jacob Eisenstein, Jean Vanderdonckt, Angel Puerta
2001 Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '01  
Central to our approach is the development of a user-interface model that serves to isolate those features that are common to the various contexts of use, and to specify how the userinterface should adjust  ...  poses a series of unique challenges for user interface design and development: user interfaces must now accommodate the capabilities of various access devices and be suitable for different contexts of use  ...  The next section will describe how some platforms naturally lend themselves to specific tasks, and how this information can be used to tailor the presentation accordingly.  ... 
doi:10.1145/359784.360122 dblp:conf/iui/EisensteinVP01 fatcat:slzouatrzbcbdbjwcefmc4wgwm

A model-based interface development environment

A.R. Puerta
1997 IEEE Software  
of answering key questions such as how widgets in a given dialog box can be used to accomplish a particular user task.  ...  This contrasts to model-based systems, which use only one or two models in isolation and have no explicit notion as to how the various model elements are organized into an interface design. M .  ...  It typically Application Executable interface specification Runtime system Design relations User tasks Domain objects Dialogs Knowledge bases Style guides Interface guidelines Interface  ... 
doi:10.1109/52.595902 fatcat:kdmxduc6yrfdbmfbcu332z4tki

Poster session 24: Image guided, robotic and miniaturised systems for intervention and therapy III

Marwah ALmaatoq, Axel Boese, Michael Friebe
2017 Biomedical Engineering  
Therefore, we plan to refine the interaction model to be customized for specific planning tasks e.g. by restricting the movement to certain degrees of freedom depending on the visual angle or by utilizing  ...  the interactor's buttons to confirm specific planning steps.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bmt-2017-5069 fatcat:lmnbzw4y7fcdbiyc4skkjufj2m

Enhancing the Usability of BPM-Solutions by Combining Process and User-Interface Modelling [chapter]

Hallvard Trætteberg, John Krogstie
2008 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This paper describes our experiences with using BPMN for process and task modelling and Diamodl for model-based user interface dialog design.  ...  The approach is meant to work well both towards human understanding and execution.  ...  Computer-assisted analysis to gain knowledge about the enterprise through simulation or deduction based on the contents of the model. 3 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89218-2_7 fatcat:3zqosrx5frbm5eazjyd7fpiqiq

Attention-Oriented Action Recognition for Real-Time Human-Robot Interaction [article]

Ziyang Song, Ziyi Yin, Zejian Yuan, Chong Zhang, Wanchao Chi, Yonggen Ling, Shenghao Zhang
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Specifically, a Pre-Attention network is employed to roughly focus on the interactor in the scene at low resolution firstly and then perform fine-grained pose estimation at high resolution.  ...  Despite the notable progress made in action recognition tasks, not much work has been done in action recognition specifically for human-robot interaction.  ...  Triggered signals can be directly used in HRI system to guide robots to make instant responses.  ... 
arXiv:2007.01065v1 fatcat:eoeqpu7p55helnwgy2rsc77cnu

NAIL: A General Interactive Fiction Agent [article]

Matthew Hausknecht, Ricky Loynd, Greg Yang, Adith Swaminathan, Jason D. Williams
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Additional thanks to Shuohang Wang for testing models for learning priorities over examined objects.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Marc-Alexandre Côté, Xingdi Yuan, and Alekh Agarwal for their comments and suggestions.  ...  In future work, this map could be used to efficiently revisit previous locations or to guide future exploration.  ... 
arXiv:1902.04259v2 fatcat:5kvmyco5c5gdzmrhb2dwjpadjm

A Unifying Reference Framework for the Development of Plastic User Interfaces [chapter]

Gaëlle Calvary, Joëlle Coutaz, David Thevenin
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A plastic user interface is capable of adapting to variations of the context of use while preserving usability.  ...  The reference framework has guided the design of ARTStudio, a model-based tool that supports the plastic development of user interfaces.  ...  We are very grateful to Nicholas Graham for the intensive discussions held in Grenoble about the notion of plasticity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45348-2_17 fatcat:lfgrpyo2znd6vhibaxycp2nehy
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