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Models for visualisation of Complex Information Systems

Abstract : Modular approaches (objects, components and service-based) offer efficient solutions to face the complexity of Information Systems. However, today they involve major problems in dealing with data/information and decisionmaking (from the standpoint of the end- user). In this article, we aim to initiate a dialogue between digital/interaction design and model-driven engineering through the study of a new data representation-visualisation approach based on generative visualisation. Due to recent advances in graphical user interfaces and interaction techniques, we expect to prove that the world of modeling could benefit from creating views of existing models defined in a modeling language complying with Meta- Object Facility (like UML).
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David Bihanic, Polacsek Thomas. Models for visualisation of Complex Information Systems. 16th International Conference Information Visualisation, LIRMM CNRS Univ. Montpellier II, Jul 2012, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-00843748⟩

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