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Conference Paper 25 (CP25)

Authors: S.Berti, F.Correani, F.Paternò, C.Santoro
Title: Supporting The TERESA XML Language for the Description of Interactive Systems at Multiple Abstraction Leveles
Conference: Workshop on Developing User Interfaces with XML UIXML: Advances on User Interface Description Language.

The purpose of this paper is to report on the use of XMLlanguages to support the TERESA tool. This is a tool for model-based design of multi-device interfaces. It considers three levels of abstractions (task model, abstract user
interface and concrete user interface). For each of them a specific language has been defined and used. In addition, since the lowest abstract level (the concrete interface) is platform-dependent, there are different variants for each
platform considered.

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