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Flexible and efficient platform modeling for distributed interactive systems

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Flexible and efficient platform modeling for distributed interactive systems
Distributed interactive systems often rely on platform information, used for example when migrating a user interface to a small-screen device, or when opportunistically recruiting available peripherals. There has been to-date little work in platform modeling for distributed applications. In this paper, we demonstrate that distributed platform models are well supported by a publish and subscribe architecture accompanied by a rich filtering language. This approach allows organic construction of networks with no centralized locus of control, high scalability and fault-tolerance, and flexible customization to the needs of heterogeneous device types. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.5.3 [Information Interfaces and Presentation]: Group and Organization Interfaces--Computer-supported cooperative work. General Terms Human factors, performance, design Keywords Distributed interactive applications, platform model, groupware toolkits
Xiao Feng Qiu, T. C. Nicholas Graham
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where EICS
Authors Xiao Feng Qiu, T. C. Nicholas Graham
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