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Accessible user interface support for multi-device ubiquitous applications: architectural modifiability considerations

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The market for personal computing devices is rapidly expanding from PC, to mobile, home entertainment systems, and even the automotive industry. When developing software targeting such ubiquitous devices, the balance between development costs and market coverage has turned out to be a challenging issue. With the rise of Web technology and the Internet of things, ubiquitous applications have become a reality. Nonetheless, the diversity of presentation and interaction modalities still drastically limit the number of targetable devices and the accessibility toward end users. This paper presents webinos, a multi-device application middleware platform founded on the Future Internet infrastructure. Hereto, the platform's architectural modifiability considerations are described and evaluated as a generic enabler for supporting applications, which are executed in ubiquitous computing environments.
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IBCN, Ubiquitous web, Multi-device applications, Model-driven user interfaces, Dynamic adaptation

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Desruelle, Heïko, Simon Isenberg, Andreas Botsikas, Paolo Vergori, and Frank Gielen. 2016. “Accessible User Interface Support for Multi-device Ubiquitous Applications: Architectural Modifiability Considerations.” Universal Access in the Information Society 15 (1): 5–19.
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Desruelle, H., Isenberg, S., Botsikas, A., Vergori, P., & Gielen, F. (2016). Accessible user interface support for multi-device ubiquitous applications: architectural modifiability considerations. UNIVERSAL ACCESS IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY, 15(1), 5–19.
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Desruelle H, Isenberg S, Botsikas A, Vergori P, Gielen F. Accessible user interface support for multi-device ubiquitous applications: architectural modifiability considerations. UNIVERSAL ACCESS IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY. 2016;15(1):5–19.
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Desruelle, Heïko, Simon Isenberg, Andreas Botsikas, et al. “Accessible User Interface Support for Multi-device Ubiquitous Applications: Architectural Modifiability Considerations.” UNIVERSAL ACCESS IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY 15.1 (2016): 5–19. Print.
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  abstract     = {The market for personal computing devices is rapidly expanding from PC, to mobile, home entertainment systems, and even the automotive industry. When developing software targeting such ubiquitous devices, the balance between development costs and market coverage has turned out to be a challenging issue. With the rise of Web technology and the Internet of things, ubiquitous applications have become a reality. Nonetheless, the diversity of presentation and interaction modalities still drastically limit the number of targetable devices and the accessibility toward end users. This paper presents webinos, a multi-device application middleware platform founded on the Future Internet infrastructure. Hereto, the platform's architectural modifiability considerations are described and evaluated as a generic enabler for supporting applications, which are executed in ubiquitous computing environments.},
  author       = {Desruelle, He{\"i}ko and Isenberg, Simon and Botsikas, Andreas and Vergori, Paolo and Gielen, Frank},
  issn         = {1615-5289},
  journal      = {UNIVERSAL ACCESS IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {5--19},
  title        = {Accessible user interface support for multi-device ubiquitous applications: architectural modifiability considerations},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10209-014-0373-0},
  volume       = {15},
  year         = {2016},
}

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