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A PNML extension for the HCI design
Faouzi Moussa, Ines Riahi, Meriem Riahi
Pages - 78 - 100     |    Revised - 01-09-2011     |    Published - 05-10-2011
Volume - 2   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - November / December 2011  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Human-Computer Interaction, Formal Specification, Ubiquitous Environment, Ontology, Petri Nets, PNML
ABSTRACT
Our research aims to propose a global approach for specification, design and verification of context awareness Human Computer Interface (HCI). This is a Model Based Design approach (MBD). This methodology describes the ubiquitous environment by ontologies. OWL is the standard used for this purpose. The specification and modeling of Human-Computer Interaction are based on Petri nets (PN). This raises the question of representation of Petri nets with XML. We use for this purpose, the standard of modeling PNML. In this paper, we propose an extension of this standard for specification, generation and verification of HCI. This extension is a methodological approach for the construction of PNML with Petri nets. The design principle uses the concept of composition of elementary structures of Petri nets as PNML Modular. The objective is to obtain a valid interface through verification of properties of elementary Petri nets represented with PNML.
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Mr. Faouzi Moussa
- Tanzania
faouzimoussa@gmail.com
Mr. Ines Riahi
- Tanzania
Mr. Meriem Riahi
- Tanzania