26th International Conference on Software Engineering - W1L Workshop "Bridging the Gaps II: Bridging the Gaps Between Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction"

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  • Location: Edinburgh, UK
  • Conference date: 27-28 May 2004
  • ISBN: 0 86341 416 8
  • Conference number: 2004/901
  • The following topics are dealt with: model checking; human computer interaction; user interface design; software engineering; human activity modelling; communication centered design; software product requirements

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  • Human activity modelling in the specification of operational requirements: work in progress
  • Adopting a communication-centered design approach to support interdisciplinary design teams
  • A framework for information systems construction facilitating HCI experimentation
  • Using evolutionary prototypes to formalize product requirements
  • Information representations, context, and the design process
  • Usable product lines: issues and requirements
  • Making ethnography accessible: bringing real-world experience to HCI designers and software engineers
  • Cost effective development of usable systems; gaps between HCI and SE
  • UPi - a unified process for designing multiple Uls
  • The modelling gap between software engineering and human-computer interaction
  • A service-oriented approach to bridge the gap between software engineering and human-computer interaction
  • Deriving speech interface for manipulating model instances: a UML case study
  • A protagonist-oriented approach for multiple user interface design
  • The 'digital divide' just isn't what it used to be
  • Bridging the educational gap between SE and HCI: what software engineers should know?
  • Integrating model checking with the industrial design of interactive systems
  • Some reflections on the design process in software engineering and HCI
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