annotation of design decisions via comments. These comments serve as a design rationale and introduce yet another level of flexibility for users.
In sum, we believe that it is essential for model-based systems to conform'n to a human-centered interaction style and that the principles outlined above, when followed, lead to systems that are more likely to be human-centered in essence.
I thank Hung-Yut Chen, Eric Cheng, Jacob Eisenstein, James J. Kim, Kjetil Larsen, David Maulsby, Justin Min Dat Nguyen, Tunhow Ou, David Selinger, and Chung-Man Tam for their work in the design and development of MOBI-D.
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