The Study of Models of Intelligent Interfaces

Reference: Puerta, A. R. The Study of Models of Intelligent Interfaces. Orlando, Florida, 1993.

Abstract: Researchers in the field of intelligent interfaces have concentrated on building architectures, and have placed little emphasis on defining appropriate models. As a result, this research area is not well defined. L-CID is a model of an intelligent interface that establishes the knowledge requirements for, determines the functionality of, and creates a definition for an intelligent interface. In addition to modeling knowledge-based user interaction, L-CID allows two important functions commonly overlooked in models of intelligent interfaces: (1) self-adaptation, and (2) user-interface management. Examples of implementations of L-CID for each of these functions are presented.

Notes: Updated May 1993.

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