Aplicabilidade de padrões de interação humano-computador e de engenharia de software no processo de desenvolvimento de sistemas interativos.
Silva, André Constantino da
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Both Software Engineering (SE) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), two areas within Computer Science, propose process models, methods, techniques and tools for interactive systems development. However, those areas differ in their view of the task: while the SE main focus is the software product and its process, HCI focuses the interaction aspects between men and machine. However those areas are complementary, and there is a need of integrating the two views in the interactive systems development in a way to approach and treat, in a clear and defined way, interaction and implementation jointly. Motivated by that need, and the idea of increasing the developed systems quality, this work explores the concept of computational patterns in the support to the interactive systems development so that these are to a process model. Relationships between SE and HCI patterns are identified, thus promoting the integration of SE and HCI views.