Camille Fayollas

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In the last few years, glass cockpits are being replaced by interactive cockpits to provide a higher level of integration of both command and information display. Due to their event driven nature, interactive systems offer more display and control capabilities but they require specific error detection and fault tolerance techniques to reach a high level of(More)
A cockpit (also called flight deck) is an interactive environment of an aircraft which enables both pilot and first officer to monitor the aircraft systems and to control them. Allowing the crew to control aircraft systems through display unit by using keyboard and cursor control unit is one of the main novelties in the new generation cockpits based on(More)
While designing interactive software, the use of a formal specification technique is of great help by providing non-ambiguous, complete and concise descriptions. The advantages of using such a formalism is widened if it is provided by formal analysis techniques that allow to prove properties about the design, thus giving an early verification to the(More)
Task models are a very powerful artefact describing users' goals and users' activity and contain numerous information extremely useful for designing usable interactive application. Indeed, task models is one of the very few means for ensuring effectiveness of the application i.e. that the application allows users to reach their goals and perform their(More)
Ensuring the effectiveness factor of usability consists in ensuring that the application allows users to reach their goals and perform their tasks. One of the few means for reaching this goal relies on task analysis and proving the compatibility between the interactive application and its task models. Synergistic execution enables the validation of a system(More)
Engineering interactive systems for safety critical applications such as in avionic digital cockpits (and more generally Graphical User interfaces) is a challenge from a dependability viewpoint. The dependability of the user interface and its related hardware and software components must be consistent with the criticality of the functions to be controlled(More)