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Generation of Multi-Device Adaptive MultiModal Web Applications

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Mobile Web Information Systems (MobiWIS 2013)

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This paper presents a set of tools to support multimodal adaptive Web applications. The contributions include a novel solution for generating multimodal interactive applications, which can be executed in any browser-enabled device; and run-time support for obtaining multimodal adaptations at various granularity levels, which can be specified through a language for adaptation rules. The architecture is able to exploit model-based user interface descriptions and adaptation rules in order to achieve adaptive behaviour that can be triggered by dynamic changes in the context of use. We also report on an example application and a user test concerning adaptation rules changing dynamically its multimodality.

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Manca, M., Paternò, F., Santoro, C., Spano, L.D. (2013). Generation of Multi-Device Adaptive MultiModal Web Applications. In: Daniel, F., Papadopoulos, G.A., Thiran, P. (eds) Mobile Web Information Systems. MobiWIS 2013. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 8093. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-40276-0_17

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