Philippe Palanque spends much of his time researching Human–computer interaction, Petri net, Formal specification, Programming language and User interface. His specific area of interest is Human–computer interaction, where Philippe Palanque studies Interactive systems engineering. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Formal specification, State and Specification language is strongly linked to Formal methods.
His User interface research incorporates themes from Interface, Software engineering, Dependability and Usability. He has included themes like Distributed computing, Software requirements specification, Operator and Output device in his Software engineering study. The Task study combines topics in areas such as Domain, Software and Electronic design automation.
His primary areas of investigation include Human–computer interaction, User interface, Usability, Software engineering and Task. His study in Human–computer interaction is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Formal methods, Computer-aided software engineering and Petri net. He has researched Formal methods in several fields, including Formal verification and Formal specification.
He combines subjects such as Graphical user interface, Software, Distributed computing and Dependability with his study of User interface. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Software system, Software development, ARINC 661 and Process. His work on Task analysis as part of general Task research is frequently linked to Notation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Philippe Palanque mostly deals with Human–computer interaction, Usability, Software engineering, User interface and Task. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Domain and Formal methods. His Usability study combines topics in areas such as Theoretical computer science, Interactive systems engineering, Resilience, Representation and Software.
His study looks at the relationship between Software engineering and fields such as Process, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Philippe Palanque focuses mostly in the field of User interface, narrowing it down to topics relating to Dependability and, in certain cases, Software deployment. In general Task, his work in Task analysis is often linked to Notation linking many areas of study.
His main research concerns Human–computer interaction, Task, Usability, Field and Software engineering. Much of his study explores Human–computer interaction relationship to Systems engineering. His study in the fields of Task analysis under the domain of Task overlaps with other disciplines such as Notation.
His research integrates issues of Software and Information visualization in his study of Usability. Philippe Palanque combines subjects such as Formal methods, Theoretical computer science, State and Interactive systems engineering with his study of Field. His Software engineering research focuses on subjects like Process, which are linked to Operator.
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Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2011
Pedro Campos;Nicholas Graham;Joaquim Jorge;Nuno Nunes.
ICOs: A model-based user interface description technique dedicated to interactive systems addressing usability, reliability and scalability
David Navarre;Philippe Palanque;Jean-Francois Ladry;Eric Barboni.
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (2009)
Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT 2009
Tom Gross;Jan Gulliksen;Paula Kotzé;Lars Oestreicher.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2009)
Fusion engines for multimodal input: a survey
Denis Lalanne;Laurence Nigay;philippe Palanque;Peter Robinson.
international conference on multimodal interfaces (2009)
Formal specification of CORBA services: experience and lessons learned
Rémi Bastide;Philippe Palanque;Ousmane Sy;David Navarre.
conference on object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications (2000)
Petri Net Based Design of User-Driven Interfaces Using the Interactive Cooperative Objects Formalism
Philippe A. Palanque;Rémi Bastide.
Structuring and composition mechanisms to address scalability issues in task models
Célia Martinie;Philippe Palanque;Marco Winckler.
international conference on human computer interaction (2011)
Beyond modelling: an integrated environment supporting co-execution of tasks and systems models
Eric Barboni;Jean-François Ladry;David Navarre;Philippe Palanque.
engineering interactive computing system (2010)
Human-Computer Interaction - Interact 2007
Cécilia Baranauskas;Philippe Palanque;Julio Abascal;Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa.
StateWebCharts: A Formal Description Technique Dedicated to Navigation Modelling of Web Applications
Marco Winckler;Philippe A. Palanque.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2003)
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