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Human-Centered System Development Framework

  • Rajiv Khosla
  • Ishwar K. Sethi
  • Ernesto Damiani
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Part of the The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science book series (SECS, volume 582)

Abstract

This chapter builds on the foundations laid down in the previous chapter. It describes the human-centered system development framework for intelligent multimedia multiagent systems based on human-centered criteria outlined in the first chapter and the pragmatic considerations and theories discussed in chapter 3, which contribute towards realization of those criteria. The human-centered framework is described in terms of four components, namely, activity-centered analysis, problem solving ontology, transformation agents, and multimedia interpretation, respectively. The three human-centered criteria are used as guidelines for development of the human-centered framework. The pragmatic considerations and contributing theories are used to develop the structure and content, or knowledge base, of the four components. The structure and content are described at the conceptual and computational (transformation agents) level. We start this chapter by describing the external and internal planes of action which underpin the development of the human-centered framework. We follow it with the description of two components human-centered system development framework, namely, activity-centered analysis and problem solving ontology. In the next chapter we continue with the description of the problem solving ontology component and describe the transformation agent and multimedia interpretation component. These four components have been used to define the external and internal planes of human interaction with the environment.

Keywords

Work Activity Domain Ontology Business Goal Pragmatic Consideration Organizational Reality 
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  • Rajiv Khosla
  • Ishwar K. Sethi
  • Ernesto Damiani

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