End User Development

  • Henry Lieberman
  • Fabio Paternò
  • Volker Wulf

Part of the Human-Computer Interaction Series book series (HCIS, volume 9)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Henry Lieberman, Fabio Paternò, Markus Klann, Volker Wulf
    Pages 1-8
  3. Alan F. Blackwell
    Pages 9-30
  4. John F. Pane, Brad A. Myers
    Pages 31-50
  5. Alexander Repenning, Andri Ioannidou
    Pages 51-85
  6. Margaret Burnett, Gregg Rothermel, Curtis Cook
    Pages 87-113
  7. Markus Won, Oliver Stiemerling, Volker Wulf
    Pages 115-141
  8. Silvia Berti, Fabio Patern`o, Carmen Santoro
    Pages 143-159
  9. Jochen Rode, Mary Beth Rosson, Manuel A. Pérez Qui˜nones
    Pages 161-182
  10. Maria Francesca Costabile, Daniela Fogli, Piero Mussio, Antonio Piccinno
    Pages 183-205
  11. Boris De Ruyter, Richard Van De Sluis
    Pages 243-250
  12. Yasunori Harada, Richard Potter
    Pages 251-267
  13. Gunnar Stevens, Gunter Quaisser, Markus Klann
    Pages 269-294
  14. Yvonne Dittrich, Olle Lindeberg, Lars Lundberg
    Pages 295-313
  15. Volkmar Pipek, Helge Kahler
    Pages 315-345
  16. Nikolay Mehandjiev, Alistair Sutcliffe, Darren Lee
    Pages 371-399
  17. Clarisse Sieckenius De Souza, Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa
    Pages 401-426
  18. Gerhard Fischer, Elisa Giaccardi
    Pages 427-457
  19. Henry Lieberman, Hugo Liu
    Pages 459-473
  20. Markus Klann, Fabio Paternò, Volker Wulf
    Pages 475-486
  21. Back Matter
    Pages 487-492

About this book


By now, most people have become familiar with the basic functionality and interfaces of computers. However, developing new or modified applications that effectively support users' goals still requires considerable expertise in programming that cannot be expected from most people. Thus, one fundamental challenge for the coming years is to develop environments that allow users who do not have background in programming to develop or modify their own applications, with the ultimate aim of empowering people to flexibly employ advanced information and communication technologies.

The present book is an effort to make many important aspects of the international discussion on End-User Development (EUD) available to a broader audience. It provides a unique set of contributions from various research institutes in various countries addressing relevant issues and proposing original solutions.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Henry Lieberman
    • 1
  • Fabio Paternò
    • 2
  • Volker Wulf
    • 3
  1. 1.Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCambridgeUSA
  2. 2.ISTI-CNRItaly
  3. 3.University of SiegenGermany

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