Séminaire Arnaud Blouin

Présentation de M. Arnaud Blouin, Professeur associés à l’INRIA de Rennes et chercheur invité à l’UQAM au cours du mois de mai. http://people.irisa.fr/Arnaud.Blouin/ Titre: Towards exploring and exploiting interactive system diversity Résumé: The diversification of devices, input devices, and usages is  continuously growing since the last decade. A same interactive system  has now to run on several heterogeneous platforms and needs to adapt  itself to current users and environments. Furthermore, while designers  usually sketch one or several GUIs, a myriad of GUIs may now exist  remaining unexplored. In this talk I will present my ongoing and future research work on  exploring and exploiting interactive system diversity, from a software  engineering point of view: exploiting at design time and runtime the  increasingly number of devices, input devices, and usages to build  adaptive interactive systems; exploring at design time and runtime the  solution space of existing user interactions / interfaces to discover  alternatives; understanding and testing interactive system diversity. This work relies on research in model-driven engineering, such as model  slicing, I will introduce as well. Mots clés: software engineering, model-driven engineering, human  computer-interaction Télécharger la présentation

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