Distributed User Interfaces.

Speaker:  Jean Vanderdonckt – Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium
Topic(s):  Computational Theory, Algorithms and Mathematics

Abstract

Distributed User Interfaces (DUIs) are user interfaces whose elements are distributed in time and space in order to support one or many users to carry out one or many tasks on one or many domains in one or many contexts of use (which includes different computing platforms). DUIs induce several questions about how to distribute them, what is the collaboration scheme to be supported, and what kind of usability may be induced from this distribution. This lectures reports on three case studies: a distributed Pictionary, distributed composition of games, and water leak detection. 

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  35 - 72
Duration:  60 - 110 minutes
Languages Available:  English, French
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