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Paterṇ, F., Paganelli, L., and Santoro C.
Invited Presentation at PC-HCI 2001Abstract
This paper discusses a framework to address issues related
to the design and evaluation of interactive systems
in current technological settings characterised by wide
variability of context of use. The basic idea is that effective
solutions can be provided only if a meaningful set of
models are identified along with transformations that allow
moving from one model either to another model or
to an implementation system and vice versa. In such a
framework, the environment calls for the support of a set
of tools able to ease model development and analysis
and possible transformations.
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