Semantic Models for Adaptive Interactive Systems by Tim Hussein, Heiko Paulheim, Stephan Lukosch, Jürgen

By Tim Hussein, Heiko Paulheim, Stephan Lukosch, Jürgen Ziegler, Gaëlle Calvary

Providing insights into methodologies for designing adaptive platforms in line with semantic information, and introducing semantic versions that may be used for construction interactive platforms, this ebook showcases the various purposes made attainable by means of semantic models.

Ontologies might increase the useful assurance of an interactive process in addition to its visualization and interplay features in numerous methods. Semantic types may also give a contribution to bridging gaps; for instance, among person versions, context-aware interfaces, and model-driven UI new release. there's enormous power for utilizing semantic types as a foundation for adaptive interactive platforms. a number of reasoning and laptop studying innovations exist that may be hired to accomplish adaptive approach habit. the arrival and fast development of associated Open information as a large-scale selection of semantic information has additionally prepared the ground for a brand new breed of clever, knowledge-intensive applications.

Semantic types for Adaptive Interactive Systems comprises ten complementary chapters written by way of specialists from either and academia. Rounded off via a few case experiences in genuine global software domain names, this ebook will function a worthwhile reference for researchers and practitioners exploring using semantic types inside HCI.

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From the use cases discussed as a motivation, we picked the use case of integration of user interface components to show how our ontology has been applied in a real world scenario. Based on the case a large-scale emergency management system, we have shown a real world application of the ontology discussed in this chapter. Besides the use cases discussed in this paper, having an embracing and formal ontology of the domain of user interfaces and interactions has a number of additional advantages.

The integration framework completely decouples the interactions between the applications, which only communicate using the ontologies as an interlingua, forming a comprehensive layer of abstraction over the actual implementation. This allows the integration even of user interfaces developed with different technologies, such as Java and Flex, while still supporting deep integration such as drag and drop (Paulheim and Erdogan 2010). We have applied the framework in the SoKNOS project for building an integrated emergency management system (Babitski et al.

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