HCIDL: Human-Computer Interface Description Language for multi-target, multimodal, plastic user interfaces. Benamar, A.; Gaouar, L.; Le Goaer, O.; and Biennier, F. Future Computing and Informatics Journal. 00000
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From the human-computer interface perspectives, the challenges to be faced are related to the consideration of new, multiple interactions, and the diversity of devices. The large panel of interactions (touching, shaking, voice dictation, positioning…) and the diversification of interaction devices can be seen as a factor of flexibility albeit introducing incidental complexity. Our work is part of the field of user interface description languages. After an analysis of the scientific context of our work, this paper introduces HCIDL, a modelling language staged in a model-driven engineering approach. Among the properties related to human-computer interface, our proposition is intended for modelling multi-target, multimodal, plastic interaction interfaces using user interface description languages. By combining plasticity and multimodality, HCIDL improves usability of user interfaces through adaptive behaviour by providing end-users with an interaction-set adapted to input/output of terminals and, an optimum layout.
@article{benamar_hcidl:_nodate,
	title = {{HCIDL}: {Human}-{Computer} {Interface} {Description} {Language} for multi-target, multimodal, plastic user interfaces},
	issn = {2314-7288},
	shorttitle = {{HCIDL}},
	url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2314728817300545},
	doi = {10.1016/j.fcij.2018.02.001},
	abstract = {From the human-computer interface perspectives, the challenges to be faced are related to the consideration of new, multiple interactions, and the diversity of devices. The large panel of interactions (touching, shaking, voice dictation, positioning…) and the diversification of interaction devices can be seen as a factor of flexibility albeit introducing incidental complexity. Our work is part of the field of user interface description languages. After an analysis of the scientific context of our work, this paper introduces HCIDL, a modelling language staged in a model-driven engineering approach. Among the properties related to human-computer interface, our proposition is intended for modelling multi-target, multimodal, plastic interaction interfaces using user interface description languages. By combining plasticity and multimodality, HCIDL improves usability of user interfaces through adaptive behaviour by providing end-users with an interaction-set adapted to input/output of terminals and, an optimum layout.},
	urldate = {2018-02-25},
	journal = {Future Computing and Informatics Journal},
	author = {Benamar, Abdelkrim and Gaouar, Lamia and Le Goaer, Olivier and Biennier, Frédérique},
	note = {00000}
}
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