The last decade has witnessed a growing interest in the development of web interfaces enabling both multiple ways to access contents and, at the same time, fruition by multiple modalities of interaction (point-and-click, contents reading, voice commands, gestures, etc.). In this paper we describe a framework aimed at streamlining the design process of multi-channel, multimodal interfaces enabling full reuse of software components. This framework is called the eXtensible Presentation archi- tecture and Language (XPL), a presentation language based on design pattern paradigm that keeps separated the presentation layer from the underlying programming logic. The language supplies a methodology to expedite multimodal interface devel- opment and to reduce the effort to implement interfaces for multiple access devices, by means of using the same code. This paper describes a methodology approach based on Visual Design Pattern (ViDP) and Verbal Design Pattern (VeDP), offering examples of multimodal and multichannel interfaces created with the XPL Editor.
Santangelo, A., Gentile, A., Vella, G., Ingrafﬁa, N., & Liotta, M. (2009). XPL the eXtensible presentation language. MOBILE INFORMATION SYSTEMS, 5(2), 125-139.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2009|
|Titolo:||XPL the eXtensible presentation language|
|Citazione:||Santangelo, A., Gentile, A., Vella, G., Ingrafﬁa, N., & Liotta, M. (2009). XPL the eXtensible presentation language. MOBILE INFORMATION SYSTEMS, 5(2), 125-139.|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||http://dx.doi.org/DOI 10.3233/MIS-2009-0077|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.01 Articolo in rivista|