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User Interface Management Systems: Models and Algorithms (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling) Hardcover – November, 1991


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This book brings together for the first time all major approaches to User Interface Management Systems (UIMS) development from a programmer's algorithmic perspective. The various models for describing dialogs and generating user interfaces are discussed within the framework of a general UIMS architecture. Extensive examples are included to reinforce the concepts presented and applications for each approach are described. This guide will provide professional programmers with a understanding of the algorithms necessary to implement UIMSs. Readers without a programming background can use this book without prior user interface experience. -- Book Description
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