Interactive Self-Explaining Engine


I-SEE - 6013

Keywords help systems, user interfaces


Start Date: 01-SEP-92 / Duration: 36 months

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Objectives and Approach

The objective of the I-SEE project is to develop the foundations for a self-explanatory system capable of generating explanations tailored for specific users and tasks. The project will implement explanation facilities for:

The approach will be to develop a toolset with tools for:

I-SEE will also produce demonstrators for sewage and pollution control

The toolset will be commercialised by Syseca. The techniques and tools will be directly usable by all the partners in the development of their own IT systems, and it is planned to turn the two demonstrators into marketable products.

Progress and Results

I-SEE has conmpleted its phases of requirements, specification, global design and detailed design. Prototypes of its various modules are being developed and an early integrated version is expected to be ready by March 1994.

Exploitation

The system, even in its early stages, has already proved of use to the industrial end-users in the Consortium: LED and BMT. SYSECA is completing its plans for integration of the I-SEE toolset into its range of software products.


CONTACT POINT

Dr. F. Caldeira-Saraiva
BMT
Orlando House
1 Waldegrave Road
UK - Teddington
tel: +44/81 943 5544
fax: +44/81 977 9304
email: isee@bmtech.co.uk

Participants

SYSECA - F - C
BRITISH MARITIME TECHNOLOGY - UK - P
RUTHERFORD APPLETON LABORATORY - UK - P
LED (LYONNAISE DES EAUX-DUMEZ) - F - P
CNAM (CONSERVATOIRE NATIONAL
DES ARTS ET METIERS) - F - A


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I-SEE - 6013, December 1993


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