Typed User Interface Systems
Date Friday, November 02, 2001
Time 2-3pm
Speaker Scott McKay
Affiliation HotDispatch
Abstract The purpose of this talk is to describe the idea of a "typed" user interface system (one that brings the types and semantics of the application out to the level of the UI), some implementations of such systems, and how these systems can be applied to modern problems, in particular, to the web and to applications with highly multi-modal interfaces such as the Intelligent Room.
Location 545 Technology Square (aka "NE43")
Room 8th Floor Playroom
Bio McKay has worked at Symbolics, Harlequin, and HotDispatch and was one of the key developers and designers of CLIM and DUIM.