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Evaluation of Graspable Work Modeling (II)

The thesis evaluates a tool to support Articulation Work in practice. For this purpose, the current quality models for the evaluation of Articulation Work are listed, explained and presented in a common model "Work and Change". There are a large number of measurement points for measuring quality, which are identified and analyzed in this thesis. An evaluation plan is drawn up based on these results. The evaluation plan provides for 10 modeling units with 2-4 participants each. In total, there were 13 participants who modeled different, previously agreed, self-selected tasks. Immediately afterwards and after three months, the participants each completed a questionnaire, which was then evaluated here. The result is that the tool has potential for introduction, the modeling was successful and that there are still malfunctions in the tool itself that prevent permanent use.

Patrick Wahlmüller