Tool support for automated multi-device GUI generation from discourse-based communication models

@inproceedings{Popp2013ToolSF,
  title={Tool support for automated multi-device GUI generation from discourse-based communication models},
  author={Roman Popp and David Raneburger and Hermann Kaindl},
  booktitle={EICS '13},
  year={2013}
}
Automated generation of graphical user interfaces (GUIs) from models is possible, but their usability is often not good enough for real-world use, in particular not for small devices. Also automated tailoring of GUIs for different devices is still an issue. Our tools provide such tailoring for different devices through automatic optimization of corresponding optimization objectives under given constraints. Currently, two different optimization strategies are implemented, with their focus on… CONTINUE READING

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