Fluid: Specifying Control and Data Flow for User Interfaces

@inproceedings{Chesson1996FluidSC,
  title={Fluid: Specifying Control and Data Flow for User Interfaces},
  author={Paul Chesson and Lorraine Johnston},
  year={1996}
}
This paper proposes a language for specifying interactive dialogue between a user and an application. Components used to specify the behaviour of the user interface are grouped around natural language requirements. These requirements are formally expressed using a combination of look-up tables and simple coloured petri-nets. They are combined in a hierarchical structure which propagates events between the user and the application, providing communication ow of control and data. Interaction… CONTINUE READING

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