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To support the conceptual modeling of user interfaces, the conceptual model has been enriched with a presentation model. It is composed with a pattern language called Just-UI (Molina, et al. 2002), which decomposes the user interaction in three main levels: • Level 1: Hierarchy of Actions Tree (HAT)—organizes the semantic functions that will be presented to the different users who access the system. The HAT is a tree where intermediate nodes are labels for organizing the functionality and leaf nodes containing the functionality with links to the corresponding interaction units.
20 S. Abrahão et al. com). Times were collected for each user, task, and subtask. We also included remarks about the type of help or assistance given to the user. The instructor was aware of any point where the user got stuck, because he/she was following the users’ actions on a screen and checking the actions made by the user in a follow-up list based on the user manual. When the user asked for help, the instructor explained the next step that the user needed to take. The user performed the next step in the presence of the instructor.
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