Enriched Web-services to Facilitate the Creation of User-tailored User Interfaces

Autores: Gorka Epelde Unanue Ane Murua Cuellar Eduardo Carrasco Alonso Begoña Pecharroman Adriana Martínez Borja Gomez Jose María Susperregui Agustin Aguirre

Fecha: 29.06.2015


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Abstract

This paper presents a new approach to augment web-services to facilitate the creation of user-tailored user interfaces. Our proposal is based on the ISO/IEC 24752-6: 2014 “Universal remote console -- Part 6: Web service integration” standard. This standard defines how to embed an abstract user interface layer called “user interface socket” in a web service description to allow the development of pluggable user interfaces for any type of user. Besides, a prototype of the proposed architecture has been built. In this prototype, the URC Target Kit (UTK) has been used as the URC framework implementation, deploying the framework in the same web server as the pre-existing web service. Taking advantage of the resource and grouping sheets technology of the URC framework, personalized user interfaces can be developed. The introduced method has been implemented within a remote health follow-up platform, which gives patients access to their health records and provides them with a set of health monitoring services.

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title = {Enriched Web-services to Facilitate the Creation of User-tailored User Interfaces},
pages = {1-8},
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ISO / IEC 24752 -6, Universal Remote Console, User Interface, Web services, e-Health, patient empowerment, remote health follow-up


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abstract = {

This paper presents a new approach to augment web-services to facilitate the creation of user-tailored user interfaces. Our proposal is based on the ISO/IEC 24752-6: 2014 “Universal remote console -- Part 6: Web service integration” standard. This standard defines how to embed an abstract user interface layer called “user interface socket” in a web service description to allow the development of pluggable user interfaces for any type of user. Besides, a prototype of the proposed architecture has been built. In this prototype, the URC Target Kit (UTK) has been used as the URC framework implementation, deploying the framework in the same web server as the pre-existing web service. Taking advantage of the resource and grouping sheets technology of the URC framework, personalized user interfaces can be developed. The introduced method has been implemented within a remote health follow-up platform, which gives patients access to their health records and provides them with a set of health monitoring services.


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isbn = {978-1-4503-3601-7},
date = {2015-06-29},
year = {2015},
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