Using interpreted runtime models for devising adaptive user interfaces of enterprise applications

Akiki, Pierre A.; Bandara, Arosha K. and Yu, Yijun (2012). Using interpreted runtime models for devising adaptive user interfaces of enterprise applications. In: 14th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2012), 28 Jun - 1 Jul 2012, Wroclaw, Poland.

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Abstract

Although proposed to accommodate new technologies and the continuous evolution of business processes and business rules, current model-driven approaches do not meet the flexibility and dynamic needs of feature-rich enterprise applications. This paper illustrates the use of interpreted runtime models instead of static models or generative runtime models, i.e. those that depend on code generation. The benefit of interpreting runtime models is illustrated in two enterprise user interface (UI) scenarios requiring adaptive capabilities. Concerned with devising a tool-supported methodology to accommodate such advanced adaptive user interface scenarios, we propose an adaptive UI architecture and the meta-model for such UIs. We called our architecture Custom Enterprise Development Adaptive Architecture (CEDAR). The applicability and performance of the proposed approach are evaluated by a case study.

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