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Towards Specifying Multimodal Collaborative User Interfaces: A Comparison of Collaboration Notations

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Towards Specifying Multimodal Collaborative User Interfaces: A Comparison of Collaboration Notations
Interactive systems including multiple interaction devices and surfaces for supporting the collaboration of a group of co-located users are increasingly common in various domains. Nevertheless few collaborative and multimodal interface specification notations are proposed. As a first step towards a notation for specifying a design solution prior to its software design and development, we adopt an empirical approach. We applied and compared four existing notations for collaborative systems by considering a case study, namely, a system for supporting informal co-located collaboration in hospital work. This paper reports the conclusions from this empirical comparison.
Frédéric Jourde, Yann Laurillau, Alb
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where DSVIS
Authors Frédéric Jourde, Yann Laurillau, Alberto L. Morán, Laurence Nigay
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