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The application of structured user interface development methods to data intensive systems: some common characteristics

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1 Author(s)
Colbert, M. ; Sch. of Comput. Sci. & Electron. Syst., Kingston Univ., Kingston-upon-Thames, UK

This paper reports two projects, both of which applied the GUIDE structured method for developing user interfaces during the development of a data-intensive system. One project developed a catalogue of learning opportunities for a manufacturing plant's Learning Centre. The other project developed a library of multimedia resources to support the distributed authoring of training material. A comparison of these projects reveals some common characteristics of the application of such methods to data intensive systems in general

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User Interfaces to Data Intensive Systems, 1999. Proceedings

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