Les COMETS : Une nouvelle Génération d'Interacteurs pour la Plasticité des Interfaces Homme-Machine

Abstract : With the advances in networking and advances in miniaturization, wireless networks generalize and promote infiltration of ultra-light devices in businesses and homes: computers becomes diffuse, relegating the computer gray box with a vision of the past. Now, in the near future, the personal assistant (PDA) becomes universal remote; our everyday objects are amplified and become possible media interaction. The devices assemble, disassemble opportunistically, creating an interactive area located at the service of information. This evolution of the IT transformated the Human-Computer Interaction domain. If this vision appeals from the standpoint of use, it can scare the complexity in appearance "without limit" of its engineering. The methods and current tools have in fact not designed to design, develop and evaluate such HCI. This thesis deals with the engineering of advanced HCI. Explored path is that of plasticity.
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Olfa Daassi. Les COMETS : Une nouvelle Génération d'Interacteurs pour la Plasticité des Interfaces Homme-Machine. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. UNIVERSITE JOSEPH-FOURIER GRENOBLE I, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-01325453⟩

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