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Malai : un Modèle Conceptuel d'Interaction pour les Systèmes Interactifs

Abstract : Despite the evolution of interaction, implementation frameworks for the development of Interactive Systems (IS) still focus on user interfaces (UI) where the notion of action and instrument are still ignored. This paper introduces Malai, a conceptual interaction model dedicated to the development of interactive systems. Malai aims at gathering principles of the Norman's action model, the instrumental interaction, the direct manipulation, the interactor concept and the DPI model. It completes works on data manipulation techniques used to link source data to UI. With the help of a use case, we present the four models that compose Malai: the interface model, the action model, the interaction model and the instrument model. Using these models, the SI code can be generated within an MDE approach (\emph{Model-Driven Enginnering}).
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Arnaud Blouin, Olivier Beaudoux. Malai : un Modèle Conceptuel d'Interaction pour les Systèmes Interactifs. 21ème Conférence Francophone sur l'Interaction Homme-Machine, Oct 2009, Grenoble, France. ⟨inria-00590899⟩



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