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AB4Web : An On-Line A/B Tester for Comparing User Interface Design Alternatives

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Bibliographic reference Vanderdonckt, Jean ; Zen, Mathieu ; Vatavu, Radu-Daniel. AB4Web : An On-Line A/B Tester for Comparing User Interface Design Alternatives. In: Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, Vol. 3, no.EICS, p. 1-28 (2019)
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