A trading and model-based methodology for adapting dynamic user interfaces
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The constant evolution of software development technology involves adapting existing applications with regards to both the emerging techniques and new trends. The user interfaces of applications are affected by this need for evolution since they are the main link between software and users and, on occasion, are the part of the software most affected by the latest updates, since they are the "visible" part of the applications. This need for evolution gathers even more relevance in web user interfaces since the external resources which they access may change their location or not work correctly. It is also possible that new resources appear which enhance the functionality of existing resources, or whose context requires the incorporation or disabling of some element in the user interface. To this end, the component-based web user interfaces (also called mashup user interfaces), are an ideal application domain for the development of mechanisms which permit adaptation. These types of user ...