Dynamically Generated Interfaces in XML Based Architecture

Minit Gupta 1 Laurent Romary 1
1 LANGUE ET DIALOGUE - Human-machine dialogue with a significant language component
INRIA Lorraine, LORIA - Laboratoire Lorrain de Recherche en Informatique et ses Applications
Abstract : Providing on-line services on the Internet will require the definition of flexible interfaces that are capable of adapting to the user's characteristics. This is all the more important in the context of medical applications like home monitoring, where no two patients have the same medical profile. Still, the problem is not limited to the capacity of defining generic interfaces, as has been made possible by UIML, but also to define the underlying information structures from which these may be generated. The DIATELIC project deals with the tele-monitoring of patients under peritoneal dialysis. By means of XML abstractions, termed as "medical components", to represent the patient's profile, the application configures the customizable properties of the patient's interface and generates a UIML document dynamically. The interface allows the patient to feed the data manually or use a device which allows "automatic data acquisition". The acquired medical data is transferred to an expert system, which analyses the data and sends alerts to the medical staff. In this paper we show how UIML can be seen as one component within a global XML based architecture.
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User Interface Markup Language - UIMl'2001, Mar 2001, Paris, France. 2001
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Minit Gupta, Laurent Romary. Dynamically Generated Interfaces in XML Based Architecture. User Interface Markup Language - UIMl'2001, Mar 2001, Paris, France. 2001. 〈inria-00100591〉

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