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Extending XML UIDLs for Multi-Device Scenarios

Braun, Elmar and Mühlhäuser, Max
Luyten, Kris and Abrams, Marc and Vanderdonckt, Jean and Limbourg, Quentin (eds.) (2004):
Extending XML UIDLs for Multi-Device Scenarios.
In: Proceedings of Developing User Interfaces with XML: Advances on User Interface Description Languages, Satellite Workshop of Advanced Visual Interfaces 2004, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

Device independent user interface description languages are used to create concrete user interfaces for a multitude of devices from a single abstract user interface description. All current languages have in common that the target device for the concrete user interface is assumed to be a single selfcontained device. But what about ubiquitous computing environments, which are generously equipped with large number of publicly available devices that are associated on demand by users who roam among devices? In this case the set of devices currently near the user forms a virtual target device. This virtual device can have unusual properties. For example, it can have more than one screen. It also changes when the user moves in or out of context of a device. We explore how current XML-based single authoring languages can be extended to support such scenarios.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2004
Editors: Luyten, Kris and Abrams, Marc and Vanderdonckt, Jean and Limbourg, Quentin
Creators: Braun, Elmar and Mühlhäuser, Max
Title: Extending XML UIDLs for Multi-Device Scenarios
Language: German
Abstract:

Device independent user interface description languages are used to create concrete user interfaces for a multitude of devices from a single abstract user interface description. All current languages have in common that the target device for the concrete user interface is assumed to be a single selfcontained device. But what about ubiquitous computing environments, which are generously equipped with large number of publicly available devices that are associated on demand by users who roam among devices? In this case the set of devices currently near the user forms a virtual target device. This virtual device can have unusual properties. For example, it can have more than one screen. It also changes when the user moves in or out of context of a device. We explore how current XML-based single authoring languages can be extended to support such scenarios.

Title of Book: Proceedings of Developing User Interfaces with XML: Advances on User Interface Description Languages, Satellite Workshop of Advanced Visual Interfaces 2004
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: BraunE:Extending
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