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An XHTML 2.0 Implementation [chapter]

Mikko Pohja, Mikko Honkala, Petri Vuorimaa
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The next version of XHTML is at work-in-progress stage in the World Wide Web Consortium. It adds a lot of features to the most used content language of the Web.  ...  The most notable change is the addition of XForms, the next generation WWW forms language. This paper describes the XHTML 2.0 specification and an XML user agent implementation for it.  ...  the architecture of the XForms MLFC in X-Smiles.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27834-4_50 fatcat:3hdoqairw5cj7fuxvpxyhoxssi

Secure Web Forms with Client-Side Signatures [chapter]

Mikko Honkala, Petri Vuorimaa
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Both are included in an open-source XML browser, X-Smiles.  ...  This paper presents a novel scheme for extending the current Web forms language, XForms, with secure client-side digital signatures, using the XML Signatures language.  ...  X-Smiles XML Browser The signature processor was integrated with the XForms processor in the X-Smiles browser [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/11531371_46 fatcat:jct7a47i6vhlfnykm7h6bhecsi

Multimodal interaction with xforms

Mikko Honkala, Mikko Pohja
2006 Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Web engineering - ICWE '06  
The increase in connected mobile computing devices has created the need for ubiquitous Web access. In many usage scenarios, it would be beneficial to interact multimodally.  ...  We propose a novel model, called XFormsMM, which includes XForms 1.0 combined with modality-dependent stylesheets and a multimodal interaction manager.  ...  This is depicted in Figure 1 . IMPLEMENTATION XFormsMM and the multimodal interaction manager were implemented on top of an open-source XHTML+CSS+XForms implementation, X-Smiles [21] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1145581.1145624 dblp:conf/icwe/HonkalaP06 fatcat:bssvnu3cgzardpx72fogqeptzm

Leveraging declarative languages in web application development

Petri Vuorimaa, Markku Laine, Evgenia Litvinova, Denis Shestakov
2015 World wide web (Bussum)  
In this paper, we discuss how declarative languages can simplify Web Application development and empower end-users as Web developers.  ...  Furthermore, we make a language extension proposal-called XFormsRTC-for adding true real-time communication capabilities to XForms.  ...  Currently, only experimental browsers such as X-Smiles (http://www.xsmiles.org/) [20] natively support XForms.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11280-015-0339-z fatcat:ptnpyql3dvc4lowrjiwcz4fp4u

SIGAda 2001 workshop, "creating a symbiotic relationship between XML and Ada"

Robert C. Leif
2002 ACM SIGAda Ada Letters  
These are XML; its schema; the Extensible Stylesheet Language, XSL; and the XML mechanism for forms, XForms.  ...  These applications include: automated translation of Ada data types and objects in a specification to an XML schema;. and conversely, automated translation of the data types and elements in an XML Schema  ...  Similar functionality for SVG on any Java 2 system is available from other corporations or organizations (23) including: Apache, CSIRO, Ionic, and X-Smiles.  ... 
doi:10.1145/570326.570329 fatcat:b6zuqrmczra2th2hcgt4hdedoi

Advances in W3C Web graphics standards

Max Froumentin
2003 Proceedings of the SIGGRAPH 2003 conference on Web graphics in conjunction with the 30th annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques - GRAPH '03  
Another example is the X-smiles browser, which implements no less than 10 web standards, among which the presentation-oriented ones are XHTML, XSL (the Extensible Stylesheet Language), CSS and XForms for  ...  Right: mixed math and graphics inline within HTML document in Amaya See also: W3C Web Graphics: http://www.w3.org/Graphics W3C Amaya: http://www.w3.org/Amaya X-Smiles: http://www.x-smiles.org  ... 
doi:10.1145/965333.965364 dblp:conf/siggraph/Froumentin03 fatcat:h2kxqpchm5bh5j23fc6s33vxie

Modeling User Input and Hypermedia Dynamics in Hera [chapter]

Geert-Jan Houben, Flavius Frasincar, Peter Barna, Richard Vdovjak
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
introduced in the form model.  ...  In this paper we see how extended user input can dynamically influence the navigation structure.  ...  X-Smiles [19] provides a good view on how the same XForms will look like on desktop, PDA, WAP phone etc. As an XSLT processor we used Saxon [20] which implements XSLT 2.0 and XPath 2.0.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27834-4_9 fatcat:sbjufbdp4jbqpccg6n5m6dnuem

Nonius: Implementing a DRM Extension to an XML Browser

Olli Pitkänen, Ville Saarinen, Jari Anttila, Petri Lauronen, Mikko Välimäki
2004 Open Digital Rights Language  
General technical problems that are discussed in the article, but largely left unanswered, include how we can make secure software in open source model, on which layer DRM should be supported, and how  ...  The most difficult tasks in implementing a DRM system are related to security and parsers. A secure DRM system requires the support of hardware devices.  ...  It supports several XML technologies such as SMIL, XSL, and XForms [20] , [22] . X-Smiles is continually developed further. X-Smiles version 0.5 was used in Nonius.  ... 
dblp:conf/odrl/PitkanenSALV04 fatcat:7qhiakzuwvetbptarsf6x5qlju

A graphics architecture for high-end interactive television terminals

Pablo Cesar, Petri Vuorimaa, Juha Vierinen
2006 ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications (TOMCCAP)  
The hardware abstraction layer is in charge of rendering the final graphics output.  ...  The starting assumption is that in the future, a number of multimedia terminals will have access through a number of networks to a variety of content and services.  ...  X-Smiles supports different W3C recommendations such as XHTML, XForms, and SMIL.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1201730.1201735 fatcat:7n34r3g3ejckncehdypck4744m

A Configurable XForms Implementation

M. Honkala, P. Vuorimaa
IEEE Sixth International Symposium on Multimedia Software Engineering  
In order to take advantage of the user interaction related features in the language, a client side processor is needed.  ...  Also, the design and implementation are presented in detail, in order to give insight to the more difficult and non-obvious parts of the software.  ...  The first is the Desktop configuration, which is a full XForms implementation running inside the X-Smiles browser. It integrates to all of the host languages that are supported by X-Smiles.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmse.2004.5 dblp:conf/ismse/HonkalaV04 fatcat:rjhbmqjejjghnn3xsg53fchgt4

A Device Independent XML User Agent for Multimedia Terminals

M. Honkala, P. Cesar, P. Vuorimaa
IEEE Sixth International Symposium on Multimedia Software Engineering  
The language profile is based on Synchronized Markup Integration Language (SMIL) and XForms.  ...  For instance, minimal interaction multimedia presentations can be developed using SMIL, whereas a hybrid SMIL and XForms document could provide real interactive multimedia services that allow connection  ...  XForms implementation The XForms implementation was developed for the X-Smiles browser by one of the authors [14] and it is included in the open source distribution of X-Smiles 5 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmse.2004.6 dblp:conf/ismse/HonkalaCV04 fatcat:oy5a3iji7nddlaq3e5jrgmoeum

CSS Layout Engine for Compound Documents

M. Pohja, P. Vuorimaa
Third Latin American Web Congress (LA-WEB'2005)  
In this paper, we have defined general requirements for a compound documents' CSS layout engine, which can be used in an XML user agent.  ...  In addition, we describe our own implementation of a layout engine, which is done according to the requirements and operates in different devices.  ...  Integration into X-Smiles X-Smiles suits well for the layout engine, because it is implemented in Java programming language.  ... 
doi:10.1109/laweb.2005.13 dblp:conf/la-web/PohjaV05 fatcat:vkh6cbkndjbbnoagjmhycvgtcm

Towards a Server-Centric Interaction Architecture for Wireless Applications

Jussi Saarinen
2008 KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems  
The architecture enables servers to initiate communication with clients as well as push secure targeted data to them, in a piecemeal fashion.  ...  Moreover, as the web paradigm assumes active clients, further complications are introduced in cases where the server is the active entity, instead of the client.  ...  The research has been performed in collaboration by University of Helsinki, Helsinki University of Technology, and Tampere University of Technology.  ... 
doi:10.3837/tiis.2008.02.003 fatcat:nrnem7apf5cmdoxfdff4qt4aiu

Asynchronous XSLT

Michael Kay
Proceedings of Balisage: The Markup Conference 2020   unpublished
Position and size are those of the descendant axis that match x in the current selection. • descendant-or-self::x, matches x at any depth and when it is itself x.  ...  that match x in the current selection.  ...  schema languages with caveats noted in the text.  ... 
doi:10.4242/balisagevol25.kay01 fatcat:gq7gn4okejepjo6fkiy23olxiq

I-centric User Interaction [article]

Stephan Steglich, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Radu Popescu-Zeletin
2003
The approach, presented in this thesis, specifies a Service Adaptation Frame [...]  ...  answers the question whether it is possible to realize a communication system, which allows the interaction between user and services without any restriction to specific user interface technologies and in  ...  Humpty Dumpty smiled contemptuously. "Of course you don't -till I tell you. I meant 'there's a nice knock-down argument for you!'"  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-806 fatcat:7uqdgh6yuzanzkjrpooemilnte
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