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Seleção de Valores para Preenchimento Automático de Formulários Web

AMBER: Uma Linguagem para o Desenvolvimento de Sistemas Distribuídos

Gustavo Z KantorskiTiago G MoraesCarlos A Heuser

Luís Ferreira Pires, Cléver Ricardo Guareis de Farias

In this paper we present a proposal for the implementation and evaluation of some strategies for automatically filling Web forms. The goal is to minimize the number of queries that must be generated for automatic filling of Web forms. Our solution takes a form as input, extracts fields from it and fills appropriate fields. Experiments are presented to evaluate the proposed strategies. This paper presents AMBER, the architectural modelling language for the design of distributed systems developed at the University of Twente. This language allows the specification of distributed systems in terms of structures of functional entities and their corresponding behaviour. AMBER was originally developed to support the design of telematic systems, but nowadays its major application area is focused in the re-engineering of business systems and in the development of component-based services. This paper introduces the main concepts of AMBER, its graphical notation, application areas and tool support.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/sbbd/2011/0015.pdf

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