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End-to-End Infrastructure for Usability Evaluation of eHealth Applications and Services

@inproceedings{Gerdes2014EndtoEndIF,
  title={End-to-End Infrastructure for Usability Evaluation of eHealth Applications and Services},
  author={Martin W. Gerdes and Berglind Fjola Smaradottir and Rune Werner Fensli},
  year={2014}
}
eHealth technologies are widely used in collaborative health care services involving multiple different user groups. A very important aspect of the design and development of such applications is the ease-of-use and user-friendliness of the user interface for the end-users. Usability testing is performed in a simulation or real environment to ensure that the system is adapted to the specific needs of the different end-users and to evaluate the interaction between users and system. The aim of… 

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