INDIGO: une architecture pour la conception d'applications graphiques interactives distribuées

@inproceedings{Blanch2005INDIGOUA,
  title={INDIGO: une architecture pour la conception d'applications graphiques interactives distribu{\'e}es},
  author={Renaud Blanch and Michel Beaudouin-Lafon and St{\'e}phane Conversy and Yannick Jestin and Thomas Baudel and Yunpeng Zhao},
  booktitle={IHM},
  year={2005}
}
The INDIGO project develops a new generation of tools for distributed interactive applications. The proposed architecture is composed of object servers that manage the applications's data and interaction and rendering servers that manage display and interaction. Such separation of the core application logic from the interaction makes it possible to optimize graphical rendering and interaction according to the current setup and context. This approach was validated through examples that… CONTINUE READING

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