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Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:Mickael Causse:2Laurent Karsenty:2Nicolas Deherly:2
Stephane Sire's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:Stephane Chatty:17Denis Gillet:9Laurent Karsenty:8
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Publications by Stephane Sire (bibliography)
Bogdanov, Evgeny, Helou, Sandy El, Gillet, Denis, Salzmann, Christophe and Sire, Stephane (2010): Graaasp: a web 2.0 research platform for contextual recommendation with aggregated data. In: Proceedings of ACM CHI 2010 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2010. pp. 3523-3528.
In this paper we describe Graaasp, a social software currently under development to support the creation of a real usage database of social artifacts. Our goals are twofold: First to offer a generic aggregation service and user interface to people and communities. Second, to experiment with recommendation and reputation models and algorithms in e-learning.
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Sire, Stephane, Paquier, Micaël, Vagner, Alain and Bogaerts, Jérôme (2009): A messaging API for inter-widgets communication. In: Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on the World Wide Web 2009. pp. 1115-1116.
Widget containers are used everywhere on the Web, for instance as customizable start pages to Web desktops. In this poster, we describe the extension of a widget container with an inter-widgets communication layer, as well as the subsequent application programming interfaces (APIs) added to the Widget object to support this feature. We present the benefits of a drag and drop facility within widgets and conclude by a call for standardization of inter-widgets communication on the Web.
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Karsenty, Laurent, Sire, Stephane, Causse, Mickael and Deherly, Nicolas (2005): Quel impact de l'entrée vocale sur la conception graphique d'un service mobile?. In: Proceedings of the 2005 Conference of the Association Francophone dInteraction Homme-Machine 2005. pp. 299-306.
The development of multimodal interfaces exploiting voice input will appear in a number of cases as an evolution of an existing graphic design. Between minor adaptation and full re-design, the question arises as to which impact such an evolution could have on existing user interfaces. To bring initial answers an experiment was conducted within the European project Use-Me.Gov in which our goal was to redesign an existing service broadcasting news on municipal events by adding natural language voice input to it. This communication reports the main results of this experiment as well as the lessons that we drew from it.
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Chatty, Stephane, Sire, Stephane, Vinot, Jean-Luc, Lecoanet, Patrick, Lemort, Alexandre and Mertz, Christophe (2004): Revisiting visual interface programming: creating GUI tools for designers and programmers. In: Proceedings of the 2004 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2004. pp. 267-276.
Involving graphic designers in the large-scale development of user interfaces requires tools that provide more graphical flexibility and support efficient software processes. These requirements were analysed and used in the design of the TkZ-inc graphical library and the IntuiKit interface design environment. More flexibility is obtained through a wider palette of visual techniques and support for iterative construction of images, composition and parametric displays. More efficient processes are obtained with the use of the SVG standard to import graphics, support for linking graphics and behaviour, and a unifying model-driven architecture. We describe the corresponding features of our tools, and show their use in the development of an application for airports. Benefits include a wider access to high quality visual interfaces for specialised applications, and shorter prototyping and development cycles for multidisciplinary teams.
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