Iade Gesso

Iade Gesso
Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca | UNIMIB · Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication (DISCo)

MSc, PhD

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In the last years, researchers are exploring the feasibility of visual language editors in domain-specific domains where their alleged user-friendliness can be exploited to involve end-users in configuring their artifacts. In this paper we present an experimental user study that we conducted to validate the hypothesis that adopting a visual languag...
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Several recent approaches to EUD increasingly recognize an active role of users in the construction of the tools that support their daily practices. However, there is still a lack of a general framework that could play a role in the comparison of existing proposals and in the development of new EUD solutions. The paper proposes a conceptual framewo...
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In recent years, visual languages have become increasingly popular in the educational domain. But also researchers involved in other application domains are progressively looking at the potential of visual languages to make difficult tasks, as programming is, easier. In this paper we present the research we have conducted to provide end-users of a...
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This paper presents the development of two visual editing tools that support the end-users in easily customizing the active documents of the WoAD framework, both in their structure and the rule-based active behaviors, to better support their daily work practices. After summarizing the studies that inspired WoAD, the paper illustrates the expected g...
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In this paper we present the architecture of WOAD, a framework that we propose to make clinical end-users more autonomous in tailoring Electronic Patient Records (EPR) to their changing needs. We provide a short overview of the main concepts of WOAD and then we present the two visual tools that we developed to allow end-users to create their own te...
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In this paper, we present the WOAD architecture, a design-oriented architecture that allows to build modular and flexible Electronic Patient Record (EPR) based on the metaphor of Active Document. An Active Document is an electronic document that users can easily built by aggregating smaller data modules, called didgets, to mimic their paper-based t...
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In this paper we present the visual editing tools of the WOAD framework that we propose to make end-users autonomous in tailoring their digital documents to their ever changing needs. After a brief outline of the essential points regarding the architecture and conceptual model of WOAD, we describe the tools we have developed to allow end users to b...

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