Alfred Helmerich

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Interface Design: The abstract interface model is built by defining perceptible objects (e.g. a picture, a city map, etc.) in terms of interface classes. Interface classes are defined as aggregations of primitives classes (such as text fields and buttons) and recursively of interface classes. Interface objects map to navigational objects, providing their(More)
$EVWUDFW Application Development for the Distributed Enterprise (ADDE) supports design of distributed work practice and ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) systems. It brings to a project the design decisions needed for distribution, and guidance on how to make them. It is intended to enhance and extend existing design practice, rather than(More)
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