Presentation 2016-01-25
Conception of Usability Evaluation Support for Model-Driven Development
Shinpei Ogata,
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Abstract(in English) Software usability is more important because enterprise GUI applications can be implemented and used variously by varying devices such as smart devices for operating the applications. Methods of evaluating the usability are needed to improve the usability. Preventing serious rework also requires early evaluations. However, there are no sufficient research of systematic and multifaceted usability evaluation support to analysis and design specifications. This paper outlines a conception of support for evaluating operability and user error protection with guidelines, a layout editor, a simulation tool and prototypes by centering a screen transition model in model-driven development.
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Keyword(in English) Model Driven Development / Screen Transition Model / Operability / User Error Protection
Paper # KBSE2015-47
Date of Issue 2016-01-18 (KBSE)

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Committee KBSE
Conference Date 2016/1/25(2days)
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Chair Tadashi Iijima(Keio Univ.)
Vice Chair Shigeo Kaneda(Doshisha Univ.)
Secretary Shigeo Kaneda(Nihon Univ.)
Assistant Shinpei Ogata(Shinshu Univ.) / Hiroaki Hashiura(Nippon Inst. of Tech.)

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Registration To Technical Committee on Knowledge-Based Software Engineering
Language JPN
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Title (in English) Conception of Usability Evaluation Support for Model-Driven Development
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Keyword(1) Model Driven Development
Keyword(2) Screen Transition Model
Keyword(3) Operability
Keyword(4) User Error Protection
1st Author's Name Shinpei Ogata
1st Author's Affiliation Shinshu University(Shinshu Univ.)
Date 2016-01-25
Paper # KBSE2015-47
Volume (vol) vol.115
Number (no) KBSE-421
Page pp.pp.43-48(KBSE),
#Pages 6
Date of Issue 2016-01-18 (KBSE)