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AZERTY amélioré: computational design on a national scale

Abstract : France is the first country in the world to adopt a keyboard standard informed by computational methods, improving the performance, ergonomics, and intuitiveness of the keyboard while enabling input of many more characters. We describe a human-centric approach developed jointly with stakeholders to utilize computational methods in the decision process not only to solve a well-defined problem but also to understand the design requirements, to inform subjective views, or to communicate the outcomes. To be more broadly useful, research must develop computational methods that can be used in a participatory and inclusive fashion respecting the different needs and roles of stakeholders.
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Anna Feit, Mathieu Nancel, Maximilian John, Andreas Karrenbauer, Daryl Weir, et al.. AZERTY amélioré: computational design on a national scale. Communications of the ACM, Association for Computing Machinery, 2021, 64 (2), pp.48-58. ⟨10.1145/3382035⟩. ⟨hal-03136124⟩

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