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Bibliographic reference Kieffer, Suzanne ; Batalas, Nikolas ; Markopolous, Panos. Towards Task Analysis Tool Support.26th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (Sydney, du 02/12/2014 au 05/12/2014). In: Proceedings of the 26th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI'2014), ACM Press : New York2014
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