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AutorenLars Braubach, Alexander Pokahr, Daniel Moldt, Andreas Bartelt, Winfried Lamersdorf
TitelTool-Supported Interpreter-Based User Interface Architecture for Ubiquitous Computing
Publiziert inInteractive Systems - Design, Specification, and Verification
EditorP. Forbrig, Q. Limbourg, B. Urban, J. Vanderdonckt
VerlagSpringer Heidelberg
MediumLNCS Band 2545
DatumDezember 2002
ZusammenfassungWith the upcoming era of Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp) new demands on software engineering will arise. Fundamental needs for constructing user interfaces (UIs) in the context of UbiComp were iden- tified and the subsumed results of a survey with special focus on model based user interface development environments (MB-UIDEs) are pre- sented in this paper. It can be stated, that none of the examined sys- tems is suitable for all the needs. Therefore a new architecture based on the Arch model is proposed, that supports the special UbiComp re- quirements. This layered architecture provides the desired flexibility with respect to different implementation techniques and UI modalities. It was implemented in a user interface development environment called Vesuf. Its usability was approved within the Global Info project [20], where heterogeneous services had to be integrated in a web portal.
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