Software Agents: Completing Patterns and Constructing User Interfaces

Abstract

To support the goal of allowing users to record and retrieve information, this paper describes an interactive note-taking system for pen-based computers with two distinctive features. First, it actively predicts what the user is going to write. Second, it automatically constructs a custom, button-box user interface on request. The system is an example of a learning-apprentice software-agent. A machine learning component characterizes the syntax and semantics of the user’s information. A performance system uses this learned information to generate completion strings and construct a user interface.

DOI: 10.1613/jair.25

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@article{Schlimmer1993SoftwareAC, title={Software Agents: Completing Patterns and Constructing User Interfaces}, author={Jeffrey C. Schlimmer and Leonard A. Hermens}, journal={J. Artif. Intell. Res.}, year={1993}, volume={1}, pages={61-89} }