Sixth Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (Cat. No.PR00303) (1999)
Oct. 6, 1999 to Oct. 8, 1999
K. Tucker , Michigan State University
R.E. Kurt Stirewalt , Michigan State University
Reengineering the user interface of a legacy system may involve redesigning the underlying computation. To increase interaction, data that is internal to a computation must be exposed so that it can be presented in a graphical interface, and the computation must be restructured to compute this data on demand. We investigate the use of demand-driven models of computation to support user-interface reengineering. Early results suggest that these models easily compose with models of graphical presentation, from which we can generate code automatically.
user interface, reengineering, model-based, program dependence web
K. Tucker and R. K. Stirewalt, "Model Based User-Interface Reengineering," Sixth Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (Cat. No.PR00303)(WCRE), Atlanta, Georgia, 1999, pp. 56.