This paper presents an architecture for non-intrusive user interfaces in the interactive digital TV domain. The architecture is based on two concepts. First, the deployment of non-monolithic rendering for content consumption, which allows micro-level personalization of content delivery by utilizing different rendering components (e.g., sending video to the TV screen and extra information to a handheld device). Second, the definition of actions descriptions for user interaction, so that high-level user interaction intentions can be partitioned across a personalized collection of control components (e.g., handheld device). This paper introduces an over-all architecture to support micro-personalization and describes an implementation scenario developed to validate the architecture.
Software (theme 1), Information (theme 2), Information (theme 2)
Springer
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Network Infrastructure Support for Convergent Interactive Media
European Conference on Interactive TV and Video
Distributed and Interactive Systems

César Garcia, P.S, Bulterman, D.C.A, Obrenovic, Z, Ducret, J, & Cruz-Lara, S. (2007). An Architecture for Non-Intrusive User Interfaces for Interactive Digital Television. In Proceedings European Interactive TV Conference (EUROITV) 2007 (pp. 11–20). Springer.