This paper describes the issues raised by the evaluation of multimodal interfaces in the field of command and control workstations. Design, specification, verification and certification issues for such Man-Machine Interfaces (MMIs) have been already identified as critical activities. This paper focuses on the issues raised by evaluation of their usability evaluation. We first present a formalism (Interactive Cooperative Objects) and its related case tool (PetShop) for the specification of such MMIs and then show how the models built can support the usability evaluation phase. As a case study we present a multimodal interaction for 3D navigation in a 3D satellite model.
|Title of host publication||SpaceOps 2006 Conference|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2006|
|Event||SpaceOps 2006 Conference - 9th International Conference on Space Operations - Rome, Italy|
Duration: 19 Jun 2006 → 23 Jun 2006
|Conference||SpaceOps 2006 Conference - 9th International Conference on Space Operations|
|Period||19/06/06 → 23/06/06|