Splitting rules for graceful degradation of user interfaces

@inproceedings{Florins2006SplittingRF,
  title={Splitting rules for graceful degradation of user interfaces},
  author={Murielle Florins and Francisco Montero Simarro and Jean Vanderdonckt and Benjamin Michotte},
  booktitle={AVI},
  year={2006}
}
This paper presents a series of new algorithms for paginating interaction spaces (i.e.; windows, dialog boxes, web pages...) based on a multi-layer specification in a user interface description language. We first describe how an interaction space can be split using information from the presentation layer (Concrete User Interface). We then demonstrate how information from higher levels of abstraction (Abstract User Interface, Task model) can be used to produce a pagination that is more… CONTINUE READING

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