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Gestion Automatique du Dialogue Homme-Machine à partir de Spécifications Conceptuelles

Abstract : This dissertation is about Human-Computer Interfaces (HCI). It is built on two main themes which are the Specification of Human-Computer Dialogue and the Automatic Management of Human-Computer Dialogue.

This work is based on the Diane+ method which was initially created for the Specification of Human-Computer Dialogue. Diane+ is based upon hierarchical planning and integrates the level of users. It is used to specify the tasks distribution between human and computer while leaving a decisionnal freedom to the user. This specification uses a simple and concise formalism which takes the most complex specifications into consideration. This formalism permits, from specifications:
• to generate the Human-Computer Interface including general ergonomics rules,
• to generate a part of processing code,
• to manage automatically the dynamics of the application (functionnal core and Human-Computer Interface),
• to manage automatically the utilisation help. As to functionnal help, it is implemented by the designer.
Because of Diane+'s origins and the Human-Computer Interfaces features, this works uses both task model and object model.
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Contributor : Jean-Claude Tarby <>
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Jean-Claude Tarby. Gestion Automatique du Dialogue Homme-Machine à partir de Spécifications Conceptuelles. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. Université des Sciences Sociales - Toulouse I, 1993. Français. ⟨tel-00174589v2⟩



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