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In a Multiple User Interfaces (MUI) context, several models must be defined and adapted (tasks, user, domain...). Abstract models are progressively enriched in concrete models using pattern libraries and filtering processes. In this paper, we define the central role of the interaction model in MUI design and specification. This model manages the interaction between the user and the application, and ensures the link between task models, abstract interfaces and the functional core of thedoi:10.1145/1045446.1045471 dblp:conf/tamodia/SamaanT04 fatcat:ufe7jc6nq5d6dd4iyaoiyqqfcy