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Systèmes Mixtes Collaboratifs sur Supports Mobiles : Conception et Réalisation

Abstract : This thesis focuses on software engineering and implementation of Human-Computer Interfaces. We study three research themes: Mobility, Groupware and Mixed Systems. Our goals are to define, to design (ergonomic and software) and to understand the use of Mobile Collaborative Mixed Systems (MCMS). The main contributions of this thesis correspond to the steps of the life cycle of an Interface. First, for the requirement phase, we define and characterize MCMS. We thus demonstrate that such systems are not a simple juxtaposition of the three themes. We also identify a new timespace taxonomy and the dynamic of links between the physical and digital worlds. Then, for the design phase, we develop a scenario-based design method in collaboration with some psychologists-ergonomists. We define a design notation in order to represent projected scenarios, which describe the use of the future Interface. Next, for the development phase, we describe an architectural model for MCMS. We adapt the PAC-Amodeus model to groupware by identifying the software treatments of contextual data (localization, orientation, etc.). Moreover, we develop three general interaction techniques on a platform dedicated to MCMS. Finally, we develop two MCMS: MAGIC, a system for archaeological excavation, and TROC, a game of exchanges. We also report the results of two series of user experimentations performed with the TROC system.
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Philippe Renevier. Systèmes Mixtes Collaboratifs sur Supports Mobiles : Conception et Réalisation. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. Université Joseph-Fourier - Grenoble I, 2004. Français. ⟨tel-00008264v2⟩



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