Human interaction and user interface design for IoT environments based on communicability

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2016-06-22
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FERRARI, M. I.
Plinio Thomaz Aquino Junior
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Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
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FERRARI, M. I.; AQUINO JUNIOR, P. T. Human interaction and user interface design for IoT environments based on communicability. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, v. 492, p. 93-104, jun. 2016.
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© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016.This article offers a Human Computer Interaction (HCI) perspective of the projects IoT. The purpose is to introduce how it happens interaction between applications in a IoT environment and the user, through Theory of Action, adjusting the interaction model of the Semiotic Engineering and applying communicability concepts in a projects IoT. The Semiotic Engineering considers interaction as an artifact to communicate a message from the system designer and the user through the interface, called metacommunication. The Semiotics Engineering has two evaluation methods, SIM (Semiotics Inspection Method) and CEM (Communicability Evaluation Method), which are used, respectively, in the inspection and evaluation of the communicability of a system. Finally, this work presents a overall procedure for the semiotic inspection method to projects IoT.

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