Authoring pervasive multimodal user interfaces
by Fabio Paterno, Carmen Santoro, Jani Mantyjarvi, Giulio Mori, Sandro Sansone
International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology (IJWET), Vol. 4, No. 2, 2008

Abstract: In this paper, we present an environment for authoring pervasive multimodal user interfaces. It is composed of a set of XML-based languages, transformations among such languages, and an authoring tool. It provides designers with the possibility of designing interfaces for a wide set of platforms, which support various modalities. We describe how the environment has deeply changed from the initial mono-modal, web-oriented environment and provide example applications for a number of platforms.

Online publication date:: Thu, 01-May-2008

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