User interaction monitoring and analysis framework
Association for Computing Machinery
An overview is given of a user interaction monitoring and analysis framework called BaranC. Monitoring and analysing human-digital interaction is an essential part of developing a user model as the basis for investigating user experience. The primary human-digital interaction, such as on a laptop or smartphone, is best understood and modelled in the wider context of the user and their environment. The BaranC framework provides monitoring and analysis capabilities that not only records all user interaction with a digital device (e.g. smartphone), but also collects all available context data (such as from sensors in the digital device itself, a fitness band or a smart appliances). The data collected by BaranC is recorded as a User Digital Imprint (UDI) which is, in effect, the user model and provides the basis for data analysis. BaranC provides functionality that is useful for user experience studies, user interface design evaluation, and providing user assistance services. An important concern for personal data is privacy, and the framework gives the user full control over the monitoring, storing and sharing of their data.
User interaction , User model , User-centred
Hashemi, M. and Herbert, J. (2016) ‘User interaction monitoring and analysis framework’, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems (MOBILESoft '16), Austin, Texas, 16-17 May. New York, USA: ACM, pp. 7-8. doi: 10.1145/2897073.2897108
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