Jourde, Frédéric and Laurillau, Yann and Nigay, Laurence - Description of tasks with multi-user multimodal interactive systems: existing notations

jips:658 - Journal d'Interaction Personne-Système, July 22, 2015, Volume 3, Issue 3, Special issue : Task Models
Description of tasks with multi-user multimodal interactive systems: existing notations

Authors: Jourde, Frédéric and Laurillau, Yann and Nigay, Laurence

Multi-user multimodal interactive systems involve multiple users who can use multiple interaction modalities. Multi-user multimodal systems are becoming more prevalent, especially systems based on large shared multi-touch surfaces or video game centers such as Wii or Xbox. In this article we address the description of the tasks with such interactive systems. We review existing notations for the description of tasks with a multi-user multimodal interactive system and focus particularly on tree-based notations. For elementary tasks (e.g. actions), we also consider the notations that describe multimodal interaction. The contribution is then a comparison of existing notations based on a set of organized concepts. While some concepts are general to any notation, other concepts are specific to human-computer interaction, or to multi-user interaction and finally to multimodal interaction.


Source : oai:HAL:hal-01163560v1
Volume: Volume 3, Issue 3, Special issue : Task Models
Section: Special issue on Task Models
Published on: July 22, 2015
Submitted on: June 16, 2015
Keywords: task,multi-user,groupware,multimodality,task model,description notation,tâche,multiutilisateur,collecticiel,multimodalité,modèle de tâche,notation de description,ACM : ,ACM : ,ACM : ,ACM : ,[INFO.INFO-HC] Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC]


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