Microsoft Windows 7 Multi-touch Based Variability Management Solution
Job, Chris 2010. Microsoft Windows 7 Multi-touch Based Variability Management Solution. Masters Thesis University of East London School of Architecture Computing and Engineering
Tactile input is the latest trend in computing. It is gaining importance and is available in almost all forms of hardware and software components nowadays. If implemented after applying correct thoughts, it has the ability to create rich user experiences for multi user based collaborative software. It can also open up doors to newer horizons were traditional input devices could never reach.
|Keywords||Variability Management; MUSA|
|Web address (URL)||http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1654|
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|Deposited||01 Aug 2012|
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