By D. A. Duce, D. J. Duke (auth.), Dr. Philippe Palanque, Dr. Rémi Bastide (eds.)
This e-book is the ultimate final result of the Eurographics Workshop on layout, Specification and Verification of Interactive platforms, that used to be held in Bonas, from June 7 to nine, 1995. This workshop was once the second one of its variety, following the winning first version in Italy in 1994. The target of this ongoing sequence of conferences is to check the state-of-the-art within the area of instruments, notations and methodologies helping the layout of Interactive platforms. This recognizes the truth that making platforms which are friendlier to the person makes the duty ever tougher to the designers of such structures, and that a lot examine continues to be had to give you the acceptable conceptual and useful instruments. The workshop was once situated within the Chateau de Bonas, within the far-off nation-state of Toulouse, France. Tms place has been chosen to maintain the quiet and studious surroundings that was once demonstrated within the monastery of Santa Croce at Bocca di Magra for the 1st variation, and that used to be a lot loved by means of the individuals. The conversations initiated throughout the classes usually lasted until eventually past due at evening, within the peaceable surroundings of the Gers landscape.
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We use it to generate the corresponding automaton by MAUTO . The third level is the task specification which is used to drive the modelling of the software specification. 2 Associating Physical and Architectural levels To connect information on the first level with information on the second level, we use a table that we call LOGS_LOTOS_TABLE. Each user action is associated with one or more LOTOS events of the formal specification of the user interface (several user physical actions can also be associated with the same LOTOS event).
5. There is one interactor for each identified subtask and one more interactor called View. View activates the Elements and Close interactors (activation is graphically represented by gray arrows) when it receives the open_map event from the Functional Core, which happens when the Functional Core receives the new_map event from the New interactor. Both the Distances and Windows interactors and the Functional Core send information to View (selected_dist, selected_wind and elem_map events, respectively), which uses it to change the appearance of the map.
We use a formal approach, which provides a number of additional benefits (precise specifications, ability to prove certain properties, etc). In order to link user actions and tasks together, we use an intermediate level, the user interface formal specification level. To achieve our goal, we are building a tool which takes information about the user tasks, the architecture of the user interface system and logs of user actions, then evaluates the information and returns comments on the design of the user interface.