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Quality in Ubiquitous Information System Design

Abstract : Information systems become ubiquitous. This opens a large spectrum of the possibilities for the end-users, but the design complexity is increasing. Therefore insuring quality during design is more than ever a challenge. In this article, we study this challenge by identifying the specificities of ubiquitous computing design and by considering the influence of these specificities on the quality of the various aspects of information system design (models, languages, processes and tools). For each aspect, we discuss its requirements on quality and present related works valuable for the definition and the evaluation of ubiquitous information system design quality.
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Sophie Dupuy-Chessa. Quality in Ubiquitous Information System Design. 3rd Int. Conf. on Research Challenge in Information Science (RCIS'2009), 2009, Fez, Morocco. pp.343 - 352. ⟨hal-00953291⟩



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