@inproceedings{Lehmann2008a,Author = {Grzegorz Lehmann and Marco Blumendorf and Sebastian Feuerstack and Sahin Albayrak},Title = {Utilizing Dynamic Executable Models for User Interface Development},Year = {2008},Editor = {T. C. Nicholas Graham and Philippe Palanque},Publisher = {Springer-Verlag Gmbh},Booktitle = {Interactive Systems - Design, Specification, and Verification},type = {inproceedings},note = {In this demonstration we present the Multi Access Service Platform (MASP), a model-based runtime architecture for user interface development based on the idea of dynamic executable models. Such models are self-contained and complete as they contain the st},Abstract = {In this demonstration we present the Multi Access Service Platform (MASP), a model-based runtime architecture for user interface development based on the idea of dynamic executable models. Such models are self-contained and complete as they contain the static structure, the dynamic state information as well as the execution logic. Utilizing dynamic executable models allows us to implement a rapid prototyping approach and provide mechanisms for the extension of the UI modeling language of the MASP.}}@COMMENT{Bibtex file generated on }