Unified Modeling Language for Interactive Systems

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The Unified Modeling Language for Interactive Systems (UMLi)[1] is a conservative extension of the Unified Modeling Language for user interface design. UMLi was developed in the period between 1998 and 2002 as part of Paulo Pinheiro's Ph.D. Thesis at the University of Manchester.[2] UMLi is based on model-based user interface development environments (MB-UIDEs), which provide the capability to design and implement user interfaces in a declarative and systematic way.

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  1. ^ Paulo Pinheiro da Silva and Norman W. Paton. User Interface Modeling in UMLi. IEEE Software, Vol.20 No. 4, July/August 2003, pages 62-69.
  2. ^ Paulo Pinheiro da Silva. Object Modelling of Interactive Systems: The UMLi Approach. PhD's thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 2002.

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