Fourth International Workshop on
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The official workshop proceedings are published at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-439.
Model Driven Development (MDD) is an important paradigm in Software Engineering. In MDD, applications are specified systematically using abstract, platform-independent models. The models are then transformed into executable code for different platforms and target devices. Model driven techniques become ever more prominent in any kind of application, such as multimedia and Web, ubiquitous and automotive applications.
The workshop will be a platform for discussing the modeling of advanced user interfaces, such as interfaces supporting complex interactions, visualizations, multimedia representations, multimodality, adaptability or customization. It should contribute to a better integration of knowledge from the Human-Computer Interaction community and the Software Engineering community. Guiding principle is the demand for a flexible composition of various different models to support the model driven development of user interfaces with a high degree of usability and customization.
ObjectivesThe workshop aims to:
Intended audience of the workshop are specialists from the areas of Human-Computer Interaction and Software Engineering. More precisely, researchers and practitioners from either domain that are interested in bridging the gap to the other domain are welcome to attend the workshop. Knowledge about user interface modelling and Model Driven Development is recommended. Participants for this workshop are requested to submit a position paper.
Please note that according to the policy of IUI 2009, workshop participants are expected to register to both IUI 2009 (main conference) and to the workshop. It will not be possible to register to workshops only. Registration will be available at the IUI 2009 website.
April 14, 2009: Some photos from the workshop have been added.
March 4, 2009: The official MDDAUI 2009 proceedings are available.
February 3, 2009: The final papers can be downloaded as PDF at the workshop program page.
January 24, 2009: A preliminary schedule has been added.
January 8, 2009: The IUI organizers request all participants to register for workshops using the the "Agenda" tab on the IUI registration website.
December 23, 2008: The notifications of acceptance have been sent out.
December 18, 2008: The workshop has been extended to a full day workshop.
November 14, 2008: The deadline for paper submission has been extended to November 29, 2008.
The new deadline for notification of acceptance is December 19, 2008.
November 13, 2008: Information about registration added.
September 30, 2008: Call for Papers is out now. Download PDF version
Main workshop contact: Gerrit Meixner
Website content: Andreas Pleuss
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