Towards Multimodal User Interfaces Composition Based on UsiXML and MBD Principles

@inproceedings{Lepreux2007TowardsMU,
  title={Towards Multimodal User Interfaces Composition Based on UsiXML and MBD Principles},
  author={Sophie Lepreux and Anas Hariri and Jos{\'e} Rouillard and Dimitri Tabary and Jean-Claude Tarby and Christophe Kolski},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2007}
}
In software design, the reuse issue brings the inc reasing of web services, components and others techniques. These t echniques allow reusing code associated to technical aspect (as software co mponent). With the development of business components which can integr at technical aspect with HCI, the composition issue has appeared. Our previou s work concerned the GUI composition based on an UIDL as UsiXML. With th e generalization of Multimodal User Interfaces (MUI), MUI composition p rinciples… CONTINUE READING

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