S. Chatty, J. C. Campos, M. P. Gonzalez, S. Lepreux, E. G. Nilsson, V. Penichet and M. Santos J. Van den Bergh
Processes: Working group report
In G. Doherty and A. Blandford, editors, Interactive Systems: Design, Specification and Verification, volume 4323 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 262-264. Springer-Verlag. 2007.

Abstract

It has often been suggested that model-driven development of user interfaces amounted to producing models of user interfaces then using automatic code generation to obtain the final result. However, this may be seen as an extreme interpretation of the model-driven approach. There are examples where that approach is successful, including mobile computing and database management systems. But in many cases automatic generation may be either impossible or may limit the quality of the final interface.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{Chattyetal:07,
 author = {S. Chatty and J. C. Campos and M. P. Gonzalez and S. Lepreux and E. G. Nilsson and V. Penichet and M. Santos J. Van den Bergh},
 title = {Processes: Working group report},
 booktitle = {Interactive Systems: Design, Specification and Verification},
 year = {2007},
 volume = {4323},
 series = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
 pages = {262-264},
 editor = {G. Doherty and A. Blandford},
 publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
 abstract = {It has often been suggested that model-driven development of user interfaces amounted to producing models of user interfaces then using automatic code generation to obtain the final result. However, this may be seen as an extreme interpretation of the model-driven approach. There are examples where that approach is successful, including mobile computing and database management systems. But in many cases automatic generation may be either impossible or may limit the quality of the final interface.},
 doi = {10.1007/978-3-540-69554-7_21}
}

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