Allan Fousse

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Task models, which have been designed for activity modeling, are used in different ways, for interactive system evaluation or design. In this work, we present a pilot study on task-based prototyping. We show how leaning on task models may make collaborative work easier between business experts and software designers, for identifying precise required(More)
Task models draw benefit from a growing interest for interactive system design. One of the objectives of these models is to improve communication within the design teams and with users. Simulation tools present dynamically a task model allowing users to make execution choices. However, few studies have demonstrated the benefits of these tools. We study the(More)
Within the framework of the development of a software which aims at unifying geometrical modelisation and image processing, based on both analytical and voxels representation of objects, we wish to extend this to parametrical objects. We focus, in this paper, on the study of parametrical simplexes and their relation with the discrete supercover model.(More)
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