Ad Hoc Networks: Second International Conference, ADHOCNETS by Mohamed Eltoweissy, Stephan Olariu, Mohamed Younis (auth.), PDF

By Mohamed Eltoweissy, Stephan Olariu, Mohamed Younis (auth.), Jun Zheng, David Simplot-Ryl, Victor C. M. Leung (eds.)

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When we in the following address what this means for the development of user interfaces, we look into some user interface characteristics that may be drawn from the previous sections. We start with the need for common user interface functionality in different types of operations, and continue with the need for having user interface functionality that may be specialized to different types of operations as well as characteristics of operation at hand, followed by the need for having user interfaces that work across platforms, screen sizes, modalities, etc.

A third example is rules for turning different awareness functionalities on and off. These rules are typically different in different operations, but may be served by the same user interface mechanisms. These examples may be generalized to a principle of having generic components that are parameterized for the aspects that differ between operation types and/or actual operations. To handle this in a development context requires more than ready-made components. There is also need for a model (which in simple cases can be implemented using a configuration file) that is able characterize different types of operations (typically specified as part of preparing for operations), as well as characterizing aspects of an operation type that may change during the operation.

This means that when developing the user interface of applications tailored for specific type of operations, as well as more generic applications, information regarding the type and role of the involved nodes in the network must be taken into account. Handling this type of information involves both characterizing the information (at design time), and entering the actual information about the concrete nodes that may be part of a network. The latter must be done at run time, preferably before an emergency response is conducted.

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