Supporting multidisciplinary software composition for interactive applications

Abstract : Producing interactive applications is a multidisciplinary software composition activity. This, and the nature of user interface code, puts particular requirements on component composition frameworks. We describe a component model that relies on a hierarchical tree of heterogeneous elements communicating through events and data flows. This model allows to assemble, reuse and apply late binding techniques to components as diverse as data management, algorithms, interaction widgets, graphical objects, or speech recognition rules at all levels of granularity. We describe implementations of the model and example uses. Finally, we outline research directions for making the model more complete and compatible with mainstream software models.
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Stéphane Chatty. Supporting multidisciplinary software composition for interactive applications. SC 2008, 7th International Symposium on Software Composition, Mar 2008, Budapest, Hungary. pp 173-189, ⟨10.1007%2f978-3-540-78789-1_14⟩. ⟨hal-01022139⟩

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