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AUGUR: Providing Context-Aware Interaction Support

Hartmann, Melanie and Schreiber, Daniel and Mühlhäuser, Max
Calvary, Gaelle and Graham, Nicholas and Gray, Philip (eds.) :

AUGUR: Providing Context-Aware Interaction Support.
Proceedings of Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS'09)
[Conference or Workshop Item] , (2009)

Abstract

As user interfaces become more and more complex and feature laden, usability tends to decrease. One possibility to counter this effect are intelligent support mechanisms. In this paper, we present AUGUR, a system that provides context-aware interaction support for navigating and entering data in arbitrary form-based web applications. We further report the results of an initial user study we performed to evaluate the usability of such context-aware interaction support.

AUGUR combines several novel approaches: (i) it considers various context sources for providing interaction support, and (ii) it contains a context store that mimics the user's short-term memory to keep track of the context information that currently influences the user's interactions. AUGUR thereby combines the advantages of the three main approaches for supporting the user's interactions, i.e. knowledge-based systems, learning agents, and end-user programming.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2009
Editors: Calvary, Gaelle and Graham, Nicholas and Gray, Philip
Creators: Hartmann, Melanie and Schreiber, Daniel and Mühlhäuser, Max
Title: AUGUR: Providing Context-Aware Interaction Support
Language: German
Abstract:

As user interfaces become more and more complex and feature laden, usability tends to decrease. One possibility to counter this effect are intelligent support mechanisms. In this paper, we present AUGUR, a system that provides context-aware interaction support for navigating and entering data in arbitrary form-based web applications. We further report the results of an initial user study we performed to evaluate the usability of such context-aware interaction support.

AUGUR combines several novel approaches: (i) it considers various context sources for providing interaction support, and (ii) it contains a context store that mimics the user's short-term memory to keep track of the context information that currently influences the user's interactions. AUGUR thereby combines the advantages of the three main approaches for supporting the user's interactions, i.e. knowledge-based systems, learning agents, and end-user programming.

Title of Book: Proceedings of Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS'09)
Uncontrolled Keywords: - SI - Area Smart Interaction;- SI : Augur (finished)
Divisions: Department of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: TUD-CS-2009-0278
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