Towards Gesture-Based Process Modeling on Multi-touch Devices

@inproceedings{Kolb2012TowardsGP,
  title={Towards Gesture-Based Process Modeling on Multi-touch Devices},
  author={Jens Kolb and Benjamin Rudner and Manfred Reichert},
  booktitle={CAiSE Workshops},
  year={2012}
}
Contemporary tools for business process modeling use menubased interfaces for visualizing process models and interacting with them. However, pure menu-based interactions have been optimized for applications running on desktop computers and are limited regarding their use on multi-touch devices. At the same time, the increasing distribution of mobile devices in business life as well as their multi-touch capabilities offer promising perspectives for intuitively defining and adapting business… CONTINUE READING

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