Towards Personalized Interfaces for Mobile Applications Using a Natural Text-Based Interaction
In this paper a minimal interface for mobile application is provided that is built upon a domain specific interaction language. The domain specific interaction language provides textual interaction customization language which supports its users input any word or sentence related to the interaction that the users want to make. The textual interaction customization language supports the mobile devices users to construct a semantic and minimal interface.
KeywordsPersonalized interface Natural language Text-based interaction Creativity User interface design
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