A domain specific language for interactive applications.

Clark, Tony (2007) A domain specific language for interactive applications. In: TOOLS EUROPE 2007: Object, Models, Components and Patterns, 24-27 June 2007, Zurich, Switzerland. (Unpublished)



This paper describes an architecture that separates the processing logic from the rendering engine in an interactive application such as a television quiz running on a set-top box. Such applications are ideally suited to implementation by domain-speci�c languages (DSLs) that abstract away from implementation details and thereby be accessible to developers whose primary expertise is in areas other than computer software. The approach also enforces a standard look and feel. The paper uses the textual language de�nition facilities of the XMF tool to implement the DSL.

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Workshop title - 'MDD-TIF: model-driven development tool implementers forum'.

Research Areas:School of Science and Technology > Science & Technology
ID Code:6196
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