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Aref'ev R.A., Zudilova T.V. SOA pattern of user interfaces design for multiplatform applications

Published in journal "Software systems and computational methods", 2016-2 in rubric "Software for innovative information technologies", pages 201-209.

Resume: The paper presents a new pattern for design service-oriented architecture (SOA) for multiplatform applications applied in the creating user interfaces of distributed applications. The research aims to: (1) analysis of existing approaches to the development of multiplatform user interfaces, (2) development of a new SOA pattern based on existing patterns to be used in the development of multiplatform interfaces, (3) case study, which consists of the implementation of the proposed SOA pattern in a distributed application and its validation. In this study, a methodology development and optimization of information systems proposed by J. F. Nunamaker has been used. This approach is iterative and involves three main stages: (1) gathering the information about current approaches to development of architecture of Multiple User Interface (MUI), (2) an experimental phase includes the synthesis possible architectural solutions, (3) development of a system prototype. In the developed pattern design a layout of visualization services, containing different variants of output and markup, is performed within a single application using monitoring and dynamic reconfiguration mechanism according to the characteristics of the client device. A search for relevant services over the internet and their installation is possible. The practical significance of the result of this work is in reducing the cost of software development and improve the quality of their user interface by using new SOA pattern.

Keywords: dynamic configuration pattern , adaptive design, cloud information system, design pattern, Service-Oriented Architecture, distributed applications, user interface, SOA patterns, multi-platform development, human-machine interaction

DOI: 10.7256/2305-6061.2016.2.18627

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