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IMMERSIVE ABSTRACTION: A NEW MORPHOLOGY OF INTUITIVE INTERACTION WITH SYSTEM MODELS

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 June 2020

I. Gräßler
Affiliation:
Paderborn University, Germany
J. Pottebaum*
Affiliation:
Paderborn University, Germany

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The value of models is well recognised in product and systems engineering. Modelling languages and diagrams are used to capture mental models and to handle model complexity. Literature research indicates that there are only very few approaches to utilise the potential of virtual and augmented reality for supporting tasks in model based (systems) engineering. The paper at hand contributes a new morphology of intuitive interaction for Immersive Abstraction as a holistic approach to extend that coverage. It presents a holistic framework to categorise solutions and future research directions.

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