FILL: Formal Description of Executable and Reconfigurable Models of Interactive Systems

Benjamin Weyers
Proceedings of the Workshop on Formal Methods in Human Computer Interaction (2015)

This paper presents the Formal Interaction Logic Language (FILL) as modeling approach for the description of user interfaces in an executable way. In the context of the workshop on Formal Methods in Human Computer Interaction, this work presents FILL by first introducing its architectural structure, its visual representation and transformation of reference nets, a special type of Petri nets, and finally discussing FILL in context of two use case proposed by the workshop. Therefore, this work shows how FILL can be used to model automation as part of the user interface model as well as how formal reconfiguration can be used to implement user-based automation given a formal user interface model.

Disclaimer Home Visual Computing institute RWTH Aachen University