Embedding Plasticity in the Development Process of Interactive Systems

  title={Embedding Plasticity in the Development Process of Interactive Systems},
  author={Joelle. Coutaz and David. Thevenin},
This article briefly presents the notion of plasticity. Plasticity refers to a particular sort of user interface adaptation. A new process model that supports the structured development of plastic user interfaces is described and illustrated with a test case. 
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