Task Models and Diagrams for User Interface Design: 8th International Workshop, TAMODIA 2009, Brussels, Belgium, September 23-25, 2009, Revised Selected Papers

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Business Process

A Rule-Based Approach for Model Management in a User Interface – Business Alignment Framework Kenia Sousa Hildeberto Mendonça Jean Vanderdonckt 1

Towards Intuitive Modeling of Business Processes: Prospects for Flow- and Natural-Language Orientation Matthias Neubauer Stefan Oppl Christian Stary 15

Supporting Business Model Modelling: A Compromise between Creativity and Constraints Boris Fritscher Yves Pigneur 28

Design Process

A Service-Oriented Approach for Interactive System Design Jorge Luis Pérez Medina Sophie Dupuy-Chessa Dominique Rieu 44

Facilitating Adaptation in Virtual Environments Using a Context-Aware Model-Based Design Process Johanna Renny Octavia Lode Vanacken Chris Raymaekers Karin Coninx Eddy Flerackers 58

Model Driven Approach

Task Models for Safe Software Evolution and Adaptation Jan Van den Bergh Deepak Sahni Karin Coninx 72

Coherent Task Modeling and Execution Based on Subject-Oriented Representations Albert Fleischmann Sonia Lippe Nils Meyer Christian Stary 78

Weighting Task Procedure for Zoomable Task Hierarchy Modeling of Rich Internet Applications Francisco J. Martínez-Ruiz Jean Vanderdonckt Jaime Muñoz 92

Task Modeling

Task Modelling Using Situation Calculus Martin Randies David England A. Taleb-Bendiab 103

Formally Expressing the Users' Objects World, in Task Models Sybille Caffiau Patrick Girard Dominique L. Scapin Laurent Guittet Loé Sanou 117

Task Models and UML

iUCP – Estimating Interaction Design Projects with Enhanced Use Case Points Nuno Jardim Nunes 131

Agent-Based User Interface Generation from Combined Task, Context and Domain Models Vi Tran Manuel Kolp Jean Vanderdonckt Yves Wautelet Stéphane Faulkner 146

Author Index 163

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