Microsoft Windows 7 Multi-touch Based Variability Management Solution

Masters Thesis


Job, Chris 2010. Microsoft Windows 7 Multi-touch Based Variability Management Solution. Masters Thesis University of East London School of Architecture Computing and Engineering
AuthorsJob, Chris
TypeMasters Thesis
Abstract

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.
Microsoft Surface Platform and Microsoft Windows 7 Multi Touch are two main initiatives of Microsoft in this area. Both of these technologies have gained popularity and are in use. However, because of some limitations of the Surface platform, it has not been able to make a mark in touch computing or tabletop computing. Microsoft Windows 7 inherits all the touch capabilities from Microsoft Surface, and comes in a much lower price, thus making it an advantage over Microsoft Surface making it easier to reach out to common people.

KeywordsVariability Management; MUSA
Year2010
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1654
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Print2010
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Deposited01 Aug 2012
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Chris Job, "Microsoft Windows 7 Multi-touch Based Variability Management Solution", MSc Dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Master of Science (MSc), 2010..

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