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Re: Comments AUI class diagram September 27th version

From: Paolo Bottoni <bottoni@di.uniroma1.it>
Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2012 14:55:28 +0200
Message-ID: <CAAhAGAZwY9YAKvaacVA8Bcj0i+6E-q2=gAYVsbSOC1BtzFBi5w@mail.gmail.com>
To: Sebastian Feuerstack <Sebastian@feuerstack.org>
Cc: public-mbui@w3.org
Thanks Sebastian,

I was not really think about maintaining the model at run-time,
although it might be interesting.

Rather, I was under the impression that we were defining an abstract
syntax to which to map existing metamodels.

Of course, this could also be the basis for the development of a new
language and tool.

I think that the document has to be clear with respect to this, i.e.
which is the purpose of the language definition.

As, proposed by Gerritt, we can spend some time tomorrow to clarify this issue

thanks
paolo

2012/10/2 Sebastian Feuerstack <Sebastian@feuerstack.org>:
> Hey Paolo,
>
> well i am talking about subclassing. I understood the
> proposed W3C AUI model as a language (meta-model) that
> is used within a design tool. With such a tool an AUI model
> for a specific application is created.
>
> Since submissions to the working group might contain more
> concepts than those covered initially by the W3C AUI there is the need to
> offer 'extension points' like abstract classes that can be detailed (e.g. by
> subclassing)
> to introduce additional concepts without destroying the basic structure
> of the W3C AUI to ensure compability between the tools.
>
> Could it be that you think about what i would call a meta-metamodel?
>
> http://masp.dai-labor.de/fileadmin/Dokumente/Papers/Lehmann_ModelsAtRuntime_2010.pdf
>
> I think this would be an interesting aspect to specify such a model after
> we have finished initial versions of both the AUI and task model.
>
> Cheers,
> Sebastian
>
>
> On 10/01/2012 05:26 PM, Paolo Bottoni wrote:
>
> Are you considering that the adaptation should consist in subclassing
> or instantiation?
>
> That is you want your AUI implementation classes be subclasses or
> instances of the proposed W3C AUI model?
>
> That makes a lot of difference, and in general we should state upfront
> what it would mean for a language to conform to this metamodel
>
> best
> paolo
>
>
>
> --
> Sebastian Feuerstack
> Department of Computer Science
> Federal University of Sao Carlos - Brazil
> http://www.feuerstack.org
>
> Check out MINT 2010 - the Multimodal INTeraction Framework
> http://www.multi-access.de



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