Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione     
Berti S., Paterṇ F., Santoro C. Natural Development of Ubiquitous Interfaces. The document has been submitted to Journal: Communication of ACM, Technical report, 2004.
Natural development aims to ease building interactive software systems. Some work has been dedicated to obtaining natural programming (Pane and Myers, 1996), which aims to support programming through languages understandable by people without any specific programming skills. On the one hand, natural development implies that people should be able to work through familiar and immediately understandable representations that allow them to easily express relevant concepts, and thereby create or modify applications. On the other hand, since a software artefact needs to be precisely specified in order to be implemented, there will still be the need for environments supporting transformations from intuitive and familiar representations into precise −but more difficult to develop− descriptions.
Subject Natural Development
Ubiquitous Interfaces
D.1.7 Visual Programming
D.2.2 Design Tools and Techniques

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