ASE2 CARD CATALOG ENTRY
This report examines three user interface management systems (UIMS) for their suitability as a UIMS for the STARS Software Engineering Environment. There are many different definitions of the UIMS, but the core of the definition that a UIMS should separate the management of the user interface, both the representation and dialogue aspects, from the application semantics. Most UIMS include some type of graphical layout capability, usually either an editor or layout language. Dialogue languages for handling user interaction is an area of active research.
The three UIMSs chosen for evaluation were Serpent, developed by Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Chiron-1, under development in the Arcadia project, and TeleUse, a product marketed by TeleLogic (U.S. Subsidiary of TeleSoft). The three UIMSs chosen for this study represent the range of sources for UIMS technology
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