User driven modelling and systematic interaction for end-user programming.
Systems Research Showcase, Bristol, UK, 24th March, 2010.
Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/15118
Publisher's URL: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/eng-systems-centre/
Bristol University and INCOSE (International Council on Systems Engineering) Research Student Presentation
This talk discusses PhD research (just submitted) into building a systematic infrastructure and capability, and how to solve problems which could hamper this. This approach is based on creation of systems that can be customised to produce other systems and models, and translation from abstract diagrammatic representations to computer representations. The conclusion explains how this approach to modelling and end-user programming enables interoperability, and collaboration, and that this assists with Maintenance, Extensibility, Ease of Use, and Sharing of Information. Systems Engineering is involved in the analysis of the relating of interdisciplinary research requirements, in both engineering and computing, for this research. Systems engineering is also important in that the application area of modelling, for aerospace (Airbus and Rolls-Royce) has been one where complex engineering products are created, and a systematic approach is needed. Further to this the research has required systematic production of systems that in turn must be usable by a wide range of users to produce and share their customised engineering models.
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