WebML+ for Communication of Information Flows: An Empirical Study

Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg
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Web Engineering International conference (ICWE2003), 2003, pp. 218 - 221
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In this paper, we have presented an empirical evaluation of WebML+, a high-level specification language for defining Web system information flows. The results provided an initial indication that WebML+ was indeed a useful tool. In brief, we found that participants could answer questions about information flows more correctly when they read the WebML+ model as compared to participants who read a textual description of the system. This led to our conclusion that users are able to understand a system based on a WebML+ model more consistently than when based on a textual description.
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