AUI: a programming language for developing plastic interactive software

@article{Schneider2002AUIAP,
  title={AUI: a programming language for developing plastic interactive software},
  author={Kevin A. Schneider and James R. Cordy},
  journal={Proceedings of the 35th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2002},
  pages={3656-3665}
}
With the proliferation of consumer computing devices with varied display and input characteristics, it has become desirable to develop interactive systems that are usable across multiple physical environments without requiring costly redesign and reimplementation. Interactive software that easily adapts to new computer systems and environments while maintaining its usability is said to be 'plastic'. This paper introduces the AUI programming language that was designed specifically to support the… CONTINUE READING

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