XPL the eXtensible presentation language

Antonio Gentile, Antonella Santangelo, Nunzio Ingraffia, Vella, Antonella Santangelo, Liotta, Antonio Gentile

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The last decade has witnessed a growing interest in the development of web interfaces enabling both multiple ways to access contents and, at the same time, fruition by multiple modalities of interaction (point-and-click, contents reading, voice commands, gestures, etc.). In this paper we describe a framework aimed at streamlining the design process of multi-channel, multimodal interfaces enabling full reuse of software components. This framework is called the eXtensible Presentation archi- tecture and Language (XPL), a presentation language based on design pattern paradigm that keeps separated the presentation layer from the underlying programming logic. The language supplies a methodology to expedite multimodal interface devel- opment and to reduce the effort to implement interfaces for multiple access devices, by means of using the same code. This paper describes a methodology approach based on Visual Design Pattern (ViDP) and Verbal Design Pattern (VeDP), offering examples of multimodal and multichannel interfaces created with the XPL Editor.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)125-139
Numero di pagine14
RivistaMobile Information Systems
Volume5
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2009

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  • Computer Networks and Communications

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Gentile, A., Santangelo, A., Ingraffia, N., Vella, Santangelo, A., Liotta, & Gentile, A. (2009). XPL the eXtensible presentation language. Mobile Information Systems, 5, 125-139.

XPL the eXtensible presentation language. / Gentile, Antonio; Santangelo, Antonella; Ingraffia, Nunzio; Vella; Santangelo, Antonella; Liotta; Gentile, Antonio.

In: Mobile Information Systems, Vol. 5, 2009, pag. 125-139.

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Gentile, A, Santangelo, A, Ingraffia, N, Vella, Santangelo, A, Liotta & Gentile, A 2009, 'XPL the eXtensible presentation language', Mobile Information Systems, vol. 5, pagg. 125-139.
Gentile A, Santangelo A, Ingraffia N, Vella, Santangelo A, Liotta e altri. XPL the eXtensible presentation language. Mobile Information Systems. 2009;5:125-139.
Gentile, Antonio ; Santangelo, Antonella ; Ingraffia, Nunzio ; Vella ; Santangelo, Antonella ; Liotta ; Gentile, Antonio. / XPL the eXtensible presentation language. In: Mobile Information Systems. 2009 ; Vol. 5. pagg. 125-139.
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