User Interface Management and Design: Proceedings of the Workshop on User Interface Management Systems and Environments Lisbon, Portugal, June 4-6, 1990

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This volume gives the proceedings of the Workshop on User Interface Management Systems and Environments held at INESC, Lisbon, Portugal, June 4-6, 1990. The main impetus for the workshop came from the Graphics and Interaction in ESPRIT Technical Interest Group of the European Community ESPRIT Programme. Several of the foundational concepts in User Interface Management Systems (UIMS) were established at the Eurographics workshop held in Seeheim in November 1983 with well-known proceedings published in this series....
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Overview

This volume gives the proceedings of the Workshop on User Interface Management Systems and Environments held at INESC, Lisbon, Portugal, June 4-6, 1990. The main impetus for the workshop came from the Graphics and Interaction in ESPRIT Technical Interest Group of the European Community ESPRIT Programme. Several of the foundational concepts in User Interface Management Systems (UIMS) were established at the Eurographics workshop held in Seeheim in November 1983 with well-known proceedings published in this series. In the meantime, the development of windowing systems, object-oriented methodologies and AI-inspired techniques has proceeded on a scale which was hard to anticipate a few years ago. The purpose of this workshop was to re-examine the basic notion of a UIMS and to question its continued appropriateness in the context of current and probable future systems. This entailed an attempt to relate the notion to the newer paradigm of a "user interface development environment" and an assessment of the impact of "knowledge engineering" both in the interface and in the application.
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Contributors re-examine the basic notion of UIMS and question its appropriateness in the context of current and probable future systems. Concepts, models and methodologies are examined as are visual programming, multi-media and UI generators, tool kits, environments and the OO paradigm. No index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9783642762857
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 11/22/2011
  • Series: Focus on Computer Graphics Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 324

Table of Contents

I Invited Presentations, Discussions and Conclusions.- Invited Presentations.- 1. Critique of the Seeheim Model.- 2. The Reference Model of Computer Graphics.- 3. The Architectural Bases of Design Re-use.- Working Group Discussions.- 4. Concepts, Methods, Methodologies Working Group.- 5. Current Practice Working Group.- 6. Multi-media and Visual Programming.- 7. Toolkits, Environments and the Object Oriented Paradigm.- Workshop Conclusions.- 8. Conclusions.- II Concepts, Models and Methodologies.- 9. Some Comments on the Future of User Interface Tools.- 10. Modelling User Interface Software.- 11. GMENUS: An Ada Concurrent User Interface Management System.- 12. Usability Engineering and User Interface Management.- 13. Designing the Next Generation of UIMSs.- 14. Intelligent Interfaces and UIMS.- 15. Assembling a User Interface out of Communicating Processes.- III Current Practice.- 16. IUICE — An Interactive User Interface Construction Environment.- 17. Dialogue Specification for Knowledge Based Systems.- 18. SYSECA’s Experience in UIMS for Industrial Applications.- 19. The Growth of a MOSAIC.- 20. A Framework for Integrating UIMS and User Task Models in the Design of User Interfaces.- 21. PROMETHEUS: A System for Programming Graphical User Interfaces.- IV Visual Programming, Multi-Media and UI Generators.- 22. An Environment for User Interface Development Based on the ATN and Petri Nets Notations.- 23. Creating Interaction Primitives.- V Toolkits, Environments and the OO Paradigm.- 24. The Composite Object User Interface Architecture.- 25. An Overview of GINA — the Generic Interactive Application.- 26. The Use of OPEN LOOK/Motif GUI Standards for Applications in Control Systems Design.- 27. The OO-AGES Model — An Overview.- List of Participants.
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