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Fast and Robust Interface Generation for Ubiquitous Applications

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Fast and Robust Interface Generation for Ubiquitous Applications
Abstract. We present Supple, a novel toolkit which automatically generates interfaces for ubiquitous applications. Designers need only specify declarative models of the interface and desired hardware device and Supple uses decision-theoretic optimization to automatically generate a concrete rendering for that device. This paper provides an overview of our system and describes key extensions that barred the previous version (reported in [3]) from practical application. Specifically, we describe a functional modeling language capable of representing complex applications. We propose a new adaptation strategy, split interfaces, which speeds access to common interface features without disorienting the user. We present a customization facility that allows designers and end users to override Supple’s automatic rendering decisions. We describe a distributed architecture which enables computationally-impoverished devices to benefit from Supple interfaces. Finally, we present experiments and...
Krzysztof Gajos, David B. Christianson, Raphael Ho
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where HUC
Authors Krzysztof Gajos, David B. Christianson, Raphael Hoffmann, Tal Shaked, Kiera Henning, Jing Jing Long, Daniel S. Weld
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