Human-centred software engineering : third international conference, HCSE 2010, Reykjavik, Iceland, October 14-15, 2010 : proceedings / Regina Bernhaupt [and others] (eds.).

By: Conference on Human-Centered Software Engineering (2010 : Reykjavík, Iceland)
Contributor(s): Bernhaupt, Regina | International Federation for Information Processing. Working Group 13.2 on Methodology for User Centered System Design
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 6409.; LNCS sublibrary: Publisher: Berlin : Springer, 2010Description: 1 online resource (x, 221 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642164880; 3642164889; 1280389966; 9781280389962; 9786613567888; 6613567884Other title: HCSE 2010Subject(s): Human-computer interaction -- Congresses | Software engineering -- Congresses | User interfaces (Computer systems) -- Congresses | Task analysis -- Congresses | Informatique | Human-computer interaction | Software engineering | Task analysis | User interfaces (Computer systems) | Mensch-Maschine-Kommunikation | Benutzeroberfläche | Visualisierung | Benutzerorientierung | Softwareentwicklung | Prozessmanagement | Kontextbezogenes System | Entwurfsmuster | Multimodales System | Task | Reykjavik <2010>Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Human-centred software engineering.DDC classification: 004.01/9 LOC classification: QA76.9.H85Online resources: Click here to access online
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.
Summary: Annotation This book constitutes the proceedings of the Third Conference on Human-Centred Software Engineering (HCSE 2010) held in Reykjavik, Iceland, in October 2010. The 10 revised full and 5 revised short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 42 submissions. HCSE 2010 addresses the scientific foundations of user interface design, examining the relationship between software engineering and human-computer interaction and user-centred design as an essential part of software engineering process. Included topics focused on collaborative work; context of use; user-aware systems; model-based development; and HCI activities.
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Annotation This book constitutes the proceedings of the Third Conference on Human-Centred Software Engineering (HCSE 2010) held in Reykjavik, Iceland, in October 2010. The 10 revised full and 5 revised short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 42 submissions. HCSE 2010 addresses the scientific foundations of user interface design, examining the relationship between software engineering and human-computer interaction and user-centred design as an essential part of software engineering process. Included topics focused on collaborative work; context of use; user-aware systems; model-based development; and HCI activities.

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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.

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