Design and implementation of component-based adaptive Web presentations

Design and implementation of component-based adaptive Web presentations 2004 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing Design and Implementation of Component-based Adaptive Web Presentations Zoltan Fiala ´ Michael Hinz Geert-Jan Houben Flavius Frasincar Dresden University of Technology Mommsenstr. 13, D-01062 Dresden, Germany {zoltan. ala, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven PO Box 513, NL-5600 MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands {g.j.houben, mh5}@inf.tu-dresden.de f.frasincar}@tue.nl ABSTRACT Engineering adaptive Web applications implies the development of content that can be automatically adjusted to varying client devices and user preferences. To meet this requirement, the AMACONT project recently introduced a component-based XML document format. Con gurable document components encapsulating adaptive behavior and layout are used on di €erent abstraction levels in order to support ‚exible reuse for e €ective Web page generation. This paper focuses on the process of designing and implementing such component-based adaptive Web presentations. Based on the model-driven speci cation framework from the Hera project, di €erent phases of adaptation design are identi ed and their realization using AMACONT components is explained. Finally, a pipeline-based document generator for dynamically publishing component structures to di €erent Web output formats is described. ing adaptive hypermedia and Web systems have emerged. As one of the most signi cant contributions we mention the AHAM reference model [1]. By capturing http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Design and implementation of component-based adaptive Web presentations

Association for Computing Machinery — Mar 14, 2004

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2004 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing Design and Implementation of Component-based Adaptive Web Presentations Zoltan Fiala ´ Michael Hinz Geert-Jan Houben Flavius Frasincar Dresden University of Technology Mommsenstr. 13, D-01062 Dresden, Germany {zoltan. ala, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven PO Box 513, NL-5600 MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands {g.j.houben, mh5}@inf.tu-dresden.de f.frasincar}@tue.nl ABSTRACT Engineering adaptive Web applications implies the development of content that can be automatically adjusted to varying client devices and user preferences. To meet this requirement, the AMACONT project recently introduced a component-based XML document format. Con gurable document components encapsulating adaptive behavior and layout are used on di €erent abstraction levels in order to support ‚exible reuse for e €ective Web page generation. This paper focuses on the process of designing and implementing such component-based adaptive Web presentations. Based on the model-driven speci cation framework from the Hera project, di €erent phases of adaptation design are identi ed and their realization using AMACONT components is explained. Finally, a pipeline-based document generator for dynamically publishing component structures to di €erent Web output formats is described. ing adaptive hypermedia and Web systems have emerged. As one of the most signi cant contributions we mention the AHAM reference model [1]. By capturing

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