Format : 14,5x20,5 Reliure : Broché Nombre de pages : 136 Année de parution : 2009 Référence : 81601 I.S.B.N. : 9782854288162 Langue :
We are proud to publish this issue of the Information - Interaction - Intelligence (I3) international journal. This is the first issue edited by the recently renewed editorial board. As was mentioned in the latest issue, the I3 journal now welcomes scientific collaborators from a number of different countries in an effort to reach an international audience.The present issue confirms this intention by including two papers written in English.
The first paper, in English, and entitled Possibilistic logic: An introductory survey and some current research trends is by H. Prade. The paper surveys the major results from the possibilistic logic (its ability to deal with inconsistency, to handle rules having exceptions, to represent bi-polar information, etc.). The paper also suggests research directions especially for the representation of preferences. The second paper by H. Byelas and A. Telea, also written in English, is entitled Visual Software Analytics for Assessing the Maintainability of Object-Oriented Software Systems. The paper is concerned with the maintainability of software systems. The authors describe an interactive visualization system to help comprehend and estimate the maintainability of object-oriented software.
Additionally to these two papers, this issue includes three papers written in French. The paper by J.-Y. Delort entitled Identification des parties saillantes des textes commentés focuses on the detection of striking elements in text segments. Delort describes an approach based on reactions from readers to locate these elements (from annotations or comments, e.g.). The paper by S. Macé and E. Anquetil entitled Interprétation à la volée de schémas manuscrits en-ligne describes the DALI methodology to automatically interpret manually drawn schemas on-line using a new document description language. The authors show how their formalism and methods can be used to design a pen-oriented application depending on the needs for a specific domain. Finally, the paper by H. Omrani, A. Awasthi, L. Ion-Boussier and P. Trigano entitled Outil d'aide à l'évaluation pour le projet Success describes a methodology for the evaluation of impacts on urban mobility. Their approach is based on fuzzy logic, multicriteria analysis and the evidence theory. Their approach has been validated in the context of the European project Success.
The I3 international journal intends to offer its audience a publication welcoming scientific results and methodologies at the convergence of three inter-related perspectives: Information Intelligence Interaction. The variety of papers of the present issue is an excellent illustration of our editorial policy, moreover confirming our intention to turn I3 into an international tribune for our scientific community.
Mohand Boughanem, Salem Benferhat and Guy Melançon
Possibilistic logic: An introductory survey and some current research trends Henri Prade
Visual Software Analytics for Assessing the Maintainability of Object-Oriented Software Systems Heorhiy Byelas and Alexandru Telea
Identification des parties saillantes des textes commentés Jean-Yves Delort
Interprétation à la volée de schémas manuscrits en-ligne Sébastien Macé and Éric Anquetil
Outil d’aide à l’évaluation pour le projet Success Hihem Omrani, Anjali Awasthi Luminita Ion-Boussier and Philippe Trigano