2009 - ACM Distinguished Member
His primary areas of study are Human–computer interaction, User interface, Task, User interface design and Usability. Fabio Paternò has included themes like Model-based design, Software, End-user development and World Wide Web in his Human–computer interaction study. His User interface research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Interface, Adaptation and Service.
His research integrates issues of Domain and Programming language in his study of Task. His work carried out in the field of User interface design brings together such families of science as Logical framework and Dimension. His Usability research includes themes of Formal methods and Formal specification.
Fabio Paternò mostly deals with Human–computer interaction, User interface, Multimedia, Usability and User interface design. Fabio Paternò interconnects Web application, Web service, World Wide Web and Task in the investigation of issues within Human–computer interaction. His work deals with themes such as Model-based design and User experience design, which intersect with User interface.
His Multimedia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of End user and Mobile device. His Web usability, Usability engineering, Usability goals and Heuristic evaluation study in the realm of Usability connects with subjects such as Order. His Adaptation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Context awareness, Service and Interactive systems engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Human–computer interaction, End-user development, Personalization, User interface and End user. His research in Human–computer interaction is mostly concerned with Usability. The End-user development study combines topics in areas such as Control, Recommender system, Robot and Information and Communications Technology.
His studies deal with areas such as Home automation, Visual analytics, Multimedia, Humanoid robot and Trigger action programming as well as Personalization. The concepts of his User interface study are interwoven with issues in Reference software, Abstraction layer, Adaptation and Computer security. When carried out as part of a general Task research project, his work on Task analysis is frequently linked to work in Formative assessment, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Human–computer interaction, End-user development, World Wide Web, End user and Personalization. His Human–computer interaction study combines topics in areas such as Exploit and User interface. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Abstraction layer and Adaptation.
His World Wide Web study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Usability lab, Web usability, Usability goals, Cognitive walkthrough and Usability engineering. His studies in End user integrate themes in fields like Web application, Block, Recommender system and Task. He focuses mostly in the field of Personalization, narrowing it down to topics relating to Multimedia and, in certain cases, Position paper.
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Model-Based Design and Evaluation of Interactive Applications
End-User Development: An Emerging Paradigm
Henry Lieberman;Fabio Paternò;Markus Klann;Volker Wulf.
End User Development (2006)
ConcurTaskTrees: A Diagrammatic Notation for Specifying Task Models
Fabio Paternò;Cristiano Mancini;Silvia Meniconi.
international conference on human computer interaction (1997)
End user development
Simone Barbosa;Panos Markopoulos;Fabio Paternò;Simone Stumpf.
international conference on human-computer interaction (2006)
CTTE: support for developing and analyzing task models for interactive system design
G. Mori;F. Paterno;C. Santoro.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2002)
Design and development of multidevice user interfaces through multiple logical descriptions
G. Mori;F. Paterno;C. Santoro.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2004)
MARIA: A universal, declarative, multiple abstraction-level language for service-oriented applications in ubiquitous environments
Fabio Paterno;Carmen Santoro;Lucio Davide Spano.
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (2009)
ConcurTaskTrees: An Engineered Notation for Task Models
Automatic support for usability evaluation
A. Lecerof;F. Paterno.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1998)
One Model, Many Interfaces
Fabio Paternò;Carmen Santoro.
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