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Designing and Assessing Interactive Systems Using Task Models

Philippe Palanque 1 Célia Martinie 1
1 IRIT-ICS - Interactive Critical Systems
IRIT - Institut de recherche en informatique de Toulouse
Abstract : This two-part course takes a practical approach to introduce attendees to the principles, methods and tools for task modelling. Part 1: A non-technical introduction demonstrates that task models can be the corner stone of successful design of interactive systems. Part 2: A more technical interactive hands-on exercise of how to "do it right", such as: How to go from task analysis to task models? How to assess (through analysis and simulation) that a task model is correct? How to identify complexity of user tasks and how to reduce it? How to identify tasks that are good candidate for migration either towards automation or other users? How to take into account user errors in task modelling? And more...
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Philippe Palanque, Célia Martinie. Designing and Assessing Interactive Systems Using Task Models. ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2016), May 2016, San José, CA, United States. pp. 976-979. ⟨hal-01493786⟩



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