Specification Techniques for Multi-Modal Dialogues in the U-Wish Project


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Nijholt, A. and Dijk, E.M.A.G. van and Donk, O. (2000) Specification Techniques for Multi-Modal Dialogues in the U-Wish Project. In: Proceedings joint meeting of the Fourth World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI'00) and the Sixth International Conference on Information Systems Analysis and Synthesis (ISAS'00), 23-26 July 2000, Orlando, USA (pp. pp. 340-345).

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Abstract:In this paper we describe the development of a specification
technique for specifying interactive web-based services. We
wanted to design a language that can be a means of
communication between designers and developers of interactive services, that makes it easier to develop web-based services fitted to the users and that shortens the pathway from design to implementation. The language, still under development, is based on process algebra and can be
connected to the results of task analysis. We have been
working on the automatic generation of executable prototypes
out of the specifications. In this way the specification
language can establish a connection between users, design
and implementation. A first version of this language is
available as well as prototype tools for executing the specifications. Ideas will be given as to how to make the connection between specifications and task analysis.
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