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2005
Springer

A MDA-Compliant Environment for Developing User Interfaces of Information Systems

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A MDA-Compliant Environment for Developing User Interfaces of Information Systems
Abstract. To cope with the ever increasing diversity of markup languages, programming languages, tool kits and interface development environments, conceptual modeling of user interfaces could bring a framework for specifying, deand developing user interfaces at a level of abstraction that is higher than the level where code is merely manipulated. For this purpose, a complete environment is presented based on conceptual modeling of user interfaces of information systems structured around three axes: the models that characterize a user interface from the end user’s viewpoint and the specification language that allows designers to specify such interfaces, the method for developing interfaces in forward, reverse, and lateral engineering based on these models, and a suite of tools that support designers in applying the method based on the models. This environment is compatible with the Model-Driven Architecture recommendations in the sense that all models adhere to the principle of separa...
Jean Vanderdonckt
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CAISE
Authors Jean Vanderdonckt
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