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Re: Abstract User Interface Models - questions on event structure [Honeywell Internal]

From: Paolo Bottoni <bottoni@di.uniroma1.it>
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2014 08:29:48 +0100
Message-ID: <CAAhAGAb1sFSF7tcPHUGbATp6JUSPsUOU8hdidoDgB88x0CJFHw@mail.gmail.com>
To: "public-mbui@w3.org" <public-mbui@w3.org>
I can answer that.

The TriggerEvent models events that trigger some high-level behaviour,
typically a method in the domain model, or an activity in the world flow,
which is not immediately corresponding to actions on the UI.

However, the <<use>> dependency on events in the Behavior package is not
correct (it was not included in the MBUI document, though).


2014/1/22 Hickman, Steve (AdvTech) <Steve.Hickman@honeywell.com>

>  Classification: Honeywell Internal
> The 05 Nov 2013 Working Draft is spartan.  In particular, there isn’t
> enough description of the event structure to understand how they differ.
> Can someone explain this in more detail?  It seems to me that all events
> trigger something unless they are ignored. It might be a change in a
> display (selecting or deselecting a visual element, changing a value in a
> visual element, etc.) or it might trigger something else.  So how is a
> “TriggerEvent” something unique?
> Steve Hickman
> System Architect, Flight Deck of the Future
> 480-236-8367
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