A Software Engineering Method for the Design of Mixed Reality Systems

@inproceedings{DupuyChessa2010ASE,
  title={A Software Engineering Method for the Design of Mixed Reality Systems},
  author={Sophie Dupuy-Chessa and Guillaume Godet-Bar and Jorge Luis P{\'e}rez-Medina and Dominique Rieu and David Juras},
  booktitle={The Engineering of Mixed Reality Systems},
  year={2010}
}
The domain of mixed reality systems is currently making decisive advances on a daily basis. However, the knowledge and know-how of HCI scientists and interaction engineers, used in the design of such systems, are not well understood. This chapter addresses this issue by proposing a software engineering method that couples a process for designing mixed reality interaction with a process for developing the functional core. Our development method features a Y-shaped development cycle that… 
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