Stéphane Valès's research while affiliated with University of Toulouse and other places

Publications (9)

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Dans cette démonstration, nous proposons de présenter les réalisations effectuées lors de quatre projets avec l'environnement de programmation djnn. Nous illustrons ainsi comment l'architecture de djnn permet d'aborder à la fois les exigences d'agilité liées aux processus de conception d'IHMs innovantes et les exigences du secteur aéronautique en m...
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The present invention extends to methods, systems, and computer program products for processing multi-touch inputs. It provides a method for continuous recognition of multi-touch gestures performed by one or more users on at least one multi-touch input device. The invention in one aspect allows users to start interacting with one multi-gesture and...
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Collaboration is key to safety and efficiency in Air Traffic Control. Legacy paper-based systems enable seamless and non-verbal collaboration, but trends in new software and hardware for ATC tend to separate controllers more and more, which hinders collaboration. This paper presents a new interactive system designed to support collaboration in ATC....
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IntuiKit is a programming framework aimed at making the design and development of post-WIMP user interfaces more accessible. Developing for tabletops puts special re- quirements on such a framework: managing parallel in- put, device discovery, device equivalence, and the descrip - tion of combined interactions. We describe how the model- based arch...
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The MAMMI project studies ways to improve the collaboration between ATCOs on the same position, using modern ATC concepts and tools, and explores new opportunities for dynamic organizations and workload management. This paper presents the problems considered by MAMMI and the design and evaluation test-bed that will help progressively introducing an...
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Developing for tabletops puts special requirements on interface programming frameworks: managing parallel input, device discovery, device equivalence, and describing combined interactions. We analyse these issues and describe the solutions that were used in IntuiKit, a model- based framework aimed at making the design and development of post-WIMP u...
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Iterative design methods are barely applied for complex system programming in the industry. However, more and more manufacturers become aware about products usability and try to find solutions for designing prototypes.IntuiLab has integrated participatory and iterative design methods in the industrialisation process of complex systems. It has adapt...

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... In particular, they propose media and activity integration, and interaction styles that support prosody and social hints. The MAMMI (Multi Actors Man Machine Interfaces see Figure 15) multi touch tabletop system [50,172,174,175] reifies strips into a digital equivalent. Strips can be positioned anywhere on the table and rotated in any way. ...
... In the MAMMI project [50,171,173], the authors' assumption is that improving collaboration will have a positive impact on the safety of the air traffic and its capacity. The system follows 3 design guidelines which can inspire us to build the design principles for a computerized tool to support surgical flow management: ...
... The adaptation is not relative to the user or the environment, but to the programming interface of software components. It is only recently that connections have appeared with context adaptation, with the proposal to handle software components and input devices through a unified component model [10]. ...
... In the MAMMI project [50,171,173], the authors' assumption is that improving collaboration will have a positive impact on the safety of the air traffic and its capacity. The system follows 3 design guidelines which can inspire us to build the design principles for a computerized tool to support surgical flow management: ...
... Their goal was to identify and transfer the most important features to computerized systems. The resulting prototypes include electronic pens streaming handwritten data to the radar [30], 2D mappings of strips replicating the former representation [6; 7], collaborative table top systems [15], eye tracking [49] and the enhancement of strips through projected content as "augmented reality" [35; 51]. Eventually, the early-explored pen interaction on digital flight strips [14; 35; 38] resulted in the state of the art found in many control centers internationally today. ...
... Le schéma ci-dessous, imaginé par l'auteur en 1994 et utilisé avec succès dans des projets industriels [19], résume la situation résultante : une phase itérative pour la conception d'interfaces, suivie d'un cycle en V pour la conception logicielle. Il a le mérite de définir une frontière rassurante pour tous, tant en termes de compétences qu'en termes d'organisation et de responsabilités : les uns peuvent s'exonérer des risques liés au développement et des détails informatiques sans intérêt, les autres peuvent travailler dans un cadre industriel rassurant et éviter la fréquentation des utilisateurs, et tous peuvent se retrancher derrière les ambiguïtés de la spécification. ...
... Ginn proposed a solution to adapt old applications to new ways of interaction, but it still needs to have the application in focus, and the old interface in which events are injected. From this case, we felt the importance of including pieces allowing applications to evolve in the future to support new means of interaction as referred by Chatty [4] than keyboard and mouse events. Ginn could do a better job if it were able to trigger, by a certain rule or wish, an internal function of the application. ...