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Interaction Modeling in PRACTICE - CTT Vs. SCXML - A Comparison of Two Practical Solutions Applying Interaction Modeling Techniques for Multimodal User-System Interaction

Topics: Accessibility Software; Affective Communication; Assistive Technology and Adaptive Systems; Graphical User Interfaces; Intelligent Companions; Personalized Interfaces; Ubiquitous Computing

Authors: Miroslav Sili ; Matthias Gira ; Markus Müllner-Rieder and Christopher Mayer

Affiliation: AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria

ISBN: 978-989-758-102-1

Keyword(s): Interaction Modeling, User Interaction, Concur Task Trees, CTT, Statecharts, SCXML, Multimodality, Avatar based Systems, Adaptivity.

Abstract: Nowadays, we are surrounded by various devices to interact with digital media and services. Each device and its in- and output modalities can support users’ abilities differently. Thus, it is important to cover a wide range of interaction devices. Modeling user interaction instead of modeling single user interfaces customized to the device is a starting point to do so. This work targets the comparison of two different user interaction modeling techniques used for the design of multimodal user interfaces. Next to the general concepts of the two interaction modeling techniques, the corresponding execution frameworks and the practical exploration results are presented. This paper summarizes advantages and disadvantages of each approach and the comparison clarifies that the CTT approach applied in AALuis is more applicable for large and complex user interaction scenarios. The SCXML approach applied in the ibi project is more suitable for lightweight and structurally simpler user interacti on scenarios. (More)

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Sili, M.; Gira, M.; Müllner-Rieder, M. and Mayer, C. (2015). Interaction Modeling in PRACTICE - CTT Vs. SCXML - A Comparison of Two Practical Solutions Applying Interaction Modeling Techniques for Multimodal User-System Interaction.In Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health - Volume 1: ICT4AgeingWell, ISBN 978-989-758-102-1, pages 243-250. DOI: 10.5220/0005481502430250

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AU - Müllner-Rieder, M.
AU - Mayer, C.
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DO - 10.5220/0005481502430250

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