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A Domain Specific Language for Orchestrating User Tasks Whilst Navigation Web Sites

Abstract : In this paper we claim that there are a lot of processes over Web applications that require a high level of coordination between individuals and tasks featuring procedures. We propose hereafter a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for describing the asynchronous orchestration users’ tasks including manual users’ tasks (i.e. simple instructions that tell users what to do during the navigation) and automated tasks (i.e. tasks that can be partially or completely automated by client-side scripts). The approach is illustrated by examples and a case study showing the tools, for which an empiric evaluation is presented.
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Sergio Firmenich, Gustavo Rossi, Marco Antonio Winckler. A Domain Specific Language for Orchestrating User Tasks Whilst Navigation Web Sites. 13th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2013), Jul 2013, Aalborg, Denmark. pp. 224-232. ⟨hal-01239731⟩

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