Contribution pour une nouvelle approche du dialogue homme-machine en C.F.A.O

Abstract : User interfaces takes a large place in CAD/CAM where applications are intensively interactive. User interacts with the objects models in order to make a prototype for vizualization, simulation, manufacturing,...To solve the difficulties of this domain, we propose a new interaction model that is based on an unique interaction primitive called interaction. This primitive manages the end-ser intentions and insures a maximum freedom with the guaranty of the dialog coherence. But, the dialog of the interface is often complex and difficult to develop. We propose a dual approach dialog based on the intervention of the user and on the inner knowledge of the models. On one hand, in providing the user a tool based on a graphic formalism, we show that he may create a smart dialog. On the other hand, to facilitate and ensure the completeness of the dialog, we propose to infer it from knowledge of the models. Thus, we define the elements of the models that make possible the generation of dialog. Moreover, using the same formalism, the user can adapt the dialog for his needs. Because of this duality that form the basis of our work, the end-user can specify by himself the interface or even the architecture of the system
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Benoît Martin. Contribution pour une nouvelle approche du dialogue homme-machine en C.F.A.O. Autre [cs.OH]. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 1995. Français. ⟨NNT : 1995METZ023S⟩. ⟨tel-01777072⟩

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