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Kocurova, Anna; Oussena, Samia; Clark, Tony (2012)
Languages: English
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Subjects: computer_science
This document describes a domain specific language tailored for collaborative document authoring processes. The language can support communication between content management systems and user interfaces in web collaborative applications. It allows dynamic rendering of user interfaces based on a collaboration model specified by end users. The construction of the language is supported by a metamodel. We demonstrate the use of the proposed language by describing an implemented simple document authoring system.
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