By William Hudson (auth.), Victor Lopez Jaquero, Francisco Montero Simarro, Jose Pascual Molina Masso, Jean Vanderdonckt (eds.)

This e-book gathers the most recent event of specialists, learn groups and leadning businesses thinking about computer-aided layout of person interactive functions. This quarter investigates the way it is fascinating and attainable to help, to facilitate and to hurry up the necessities engineering lifestyles cycle of any interactive system:
requirements engineering, early-stage layout, exact layout, improvement, deployment, review and maintenance.

In specific, it stresses how the layout job may be greater understood for various varieties of complex interactive platforms similar to: context-aware structures, multimodal purposes, multi-platform platforms, pervasive computing, ubiquitous computing, and multi-device environments.

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To provide this, we consider the use of templates, with which the CUI is merged to produce a version closer to user’s needs. To manage templates, we consider the Apache Velocity [19], an open source template engine widely applied in Web projects, without being restricted for them. However, the contribution here is that the task model is obtained from the business process model and that the UI resulting from task models is rigorously structured in terms of UI components and the support for traceability.

Org). In the UsiXML Mapping Model, the isReifiedBy relationship indicates that a CIO is the reification of an AIO through a transformation (see ref. [7] for more details). This relationship has been used in this work to define the Model Mappings. Our Mapping Model is composed of relationships of reification type between an AUI model and a CUI model. Each mapping is specified by one Source, zero or more Conditions, one Target, and a Priority. The Source is an AIO of the AUI model, and the Target is a CIO of the CUI model.

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