@inproceedings{Blumendorf2008a,Author = {Marco Blumendorf and Sebastian Feuerstack and Sahin Albayrak},Title = {Multimodal User Interfaces for Smart Environments: The Multi-Access Service Platform},Year = {2008},Editor = {Paolo Bottoni and Stefano Levialdi},Publisher = {ACM},Booktitle = {Proceedings of the working conference on Advanced visual interfaces},type = {inproceedings},note = {User interface modeling is a well accepted approach to handle increasing user interface complexity. The approach presented in this paper utilizes user interface models at runtime to provide a basis for user interface distribution and synchronization. Task},Abstract = {User interface modeling is a well accepted approach to handle increasing user interface complexity. The approach presented in this paper utilizes user interface models at runtime to provide a basis for user interface distribution and synchronization. Task and domain model synchronize workflow and dynamic content across devices and modalities. A cooking assistant serves as example application to demonstrate multimodality and distribution. Additionally a debugger allows the inspection of the underlying user interface models at runtime.}}@COMMENT{Bibtex file generated on }