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1993
 
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Wang, Haiying and Green, Mark (1993): A Framework for User Customization. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction 1993. pp. 552-557.

We present a domain independent object-oriented framework for supporting programming-by-example in user interfaces. It simplifies the construction of domain-specific customizations by providing programming abstractions that are common across domains. It defines three basic abstractions: primitive customization objects encapsulate the recording and replay mechanisms for individual interactive objects in a domain, the modeling component records user's interaction, identifies the user's behavior pattern and creates a simulation agent; and the simulation agents perform the tasks on behalf of the user. This paper describes the methodology as well as design and implementation issues of the proposed framework.

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1991
 
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Wang, Haiying and Green, Mark (1991): An Event-Object Recovery Model for Object-Oriented User Interfaces. In: Rhyne, James R. (ed.) Proceedings of the 4th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology Hilton Head, South Carolina, United States, 1991, Hilton Head, South Carolina, United States. pp. 107-115.

An important aspect of interactive systems is the provision of a recovery facility that allows the user to reverse the effects of his interactions with the system. Due to differences between object-oriented and non-object-oriented methodologies, user recovery approaches used for non-object-oriented software are not suitable for object-oriented software. This paper presents an event-object user recovery model for the construction of recovery facilities in object-oriented user interfaces. Our approach divides traditional history/command lists into per-object lists which fit well with object-oriented structure. Unique features of this framework are the hierarchical structure of the local recovery objects that reflect the application structure, its simple semantics, and its ease of implementation, which greatly reduces the effort required by the interface builder to incorporate it into existing object-oriented user interface structures. We introduce this framework by describing the event-object model, defining the protocol used by the local facilities to perform user recovery, and presenting examples of how the framework is used.

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