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Model-driven Instrumentation of graphical user interfaces.

Funk, Mathias; Hoyer, Philip; Link, Stefan;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2009
  • Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
In today's continuously changing markets newly developed products often do not meet the demands and expectations of customers. Research on this problem identified a large gap between developer and user expectations. Approaches to bridge this gap are to provide the developers with better information on product usage and to create a fast feedback cycle that helps tackling usage problems. Therefore, the user interface of the product, the central point of human-computer interaction, has to be instrumented to collect accurate usage data which serves as basis for further improvement steps. This paper presents a novel engineering approach that combines model-driven use...
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