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Conference Paper 22 (CP22)

Authors: Vanderdonckt, J., Limbourg, Q., Florins, M.
Title: Deriving the Navigational Structure of a User Interface
Conference: 9th IFIP TC 13 Int. Conf. on Human-Computer Interaction Interact2003. Zurich, 1-5 September 2003.

TRIDENT is a set of interactive tools that automatically generates a user interface for highly-interactive businessoriented applications. It includes an intelligent interaction objects selection based on three differents concepts. First, an object oriented typology classifies abstract interaction objects to allow a presentation independent selection. Second, guidelines are translated into automatic rules to select abstract interaction objects from both an application data model and a dialog model. Third, these guidelines are encapsulated in a decision tree technique to make the reasoning obvious to the user. This approach guarantees a target environment independent user interface. Once this specified, abstract interaction objects are mapped into concrete interaction objects to produce the observable interface.

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