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Concevoir des applications graphiques interactives distribuées avec INDIGO

Abstract : INDIGO is a software architecture designed for the development of interactive applications. The architecture is composed of (i) object servers that manage the application data and (ii) interaction and rendering servers that manage display and interaction. Such separation of the core application logic from the interaction makes it possible to optimize graphical rendering and interaction according to the current setup and context. Application objects can be shared among multiple clients, therefore supporting sharing and collaboration. This approach was validated through examples that illustrate various types of presentation and interaction devices.
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Renaud Blanch, Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Stéphane Conversy, Yannick Jestin, Thomas Baudel, et al.. Concevoir des applications graphiques interactives distribuées avec INDIGO. Revue des Interactions Humaines Médiatisées (RIHM) = Journal of Human Mediated Interactions, Europia, 2006, 7 (2), pp 113-140. ⟨hal-01021573⟩

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