Extending an XML environment definition language for spoken dialogue and web-based interfaces
EntityUAM. Departamento de Ingeniería Informática
CitationDeveloping User Interfaces with XML: Advances on User Interface Description Languages, during the International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces. New York: ACM, 25th May 2004.
Funded byThis work has been sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology, project number TIC2000-0464
SubjectsInterface design; XML; UIDL; Intelligent environments; Spoken dialogues; Web interfaces; Informática
NoteThis is an electronic version of the paper presented at the Workshop "Developing User Interfaces with XML: Advances on User Interface Description Languages", during the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI), held in Gallipoli (Italy) on 2004
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In this work we describe how we employ XML-compliant languages to define an intelligent environment. This language represents the environment, its entities and their relationships. The XML environment definition is transformed in a middleware layer that provides interaction with the environment. Additionally, this XML definition language has been extended to support two different user interfaces. A spoken dialogue interface is created by means of specific linguistic information. GUI interaction information is converted in a web-based interface.
Google Scholar:Haya, Pablo A. - Montoro Manrique, Germán - Alamán Roldán, Xavier - Cabello, Rubén - Martínez Rodríguez, Javier
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