Standardizing the Representations of User Tasks

Martin R. Frank

This paper consists of two parts. The first section makes a case for spending some time at the symposium designing a common representation for user tasks and their automation. The second section briefly presents Grizzly Bear, a demonstrational tool that I have built over the last three years (and which taught me the importance of a well-defined underlying representation the hard way).

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