Ontological Interaction Modeling and Semantic Rule-Based Reasoning for User Interface Adaptation
Disabled users conducting their interactive tasks on their devices address challenges such as user interface adaptation. The paper provides a valuable knowledge for supporting adaptive user interfaces. In this work an interactive application development, in handicrafts’ domain is considered, with the aim to build ontology which models the available interaction modalities and resources to be used by craftswomen interacting with the system. The paper is more focused on the Semantic Web Rule Language (SWRL) rules allowing to derive the appropriate modalities for specific woman considering different factors related to its sensory perception and motor skills to one finality that is enriching interaction ontology.
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), modality, ontology, SWRL, rule-based reasoning