Sciweavers

Share
DSVIS
2008
Springer

Cascading Dialog Modeling with UsiXML

8 years 1 months ago
Cascading Dialog Modeling with UsiXML
In the last years User Interface Description Languages (UIDL) appeared as a suitable solution for developing multi-target user interfaces. By applying appropriate model transformations, specifications of User Interfaces (UI) created with UIDLs can be reused and adapted according to constraints imposed by input/output devices, different contexts of use, or specific user preference. From a technical point of view transformational approaches can be used to adapt any aspect (i.e. structure, dialog and presentation) of user interfaces. In the practice, automatic adaptation of the dialog is not that easy. This paper discusses the role of the dialog modeling for the design of usable user interfaces and it proposes a design method which employs formal description techniques to deal with dialog modeling of user interface created with a UIDL called UsiXML.
Marco Winckler, Jean Vanderdonckt, Adrian Stanciul
Added 19 Oct 2010
Updated 19 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where DSVIS
Authors Marco Winckler, Jean Vanderdonckt, Adrian Stanciulescu, Francisco M. Trindade
Comments (0)
books