Inference Bear: Inferring Behavior from Before and After Snapshots

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Title: Inference Bear: Inferring Behavior from Before and After Snapshots
Author: Frank, Martin Robert ; Foley, James D.
Abstract: We present Inference Bear (Inference Based On Before And After Snapshots) which lets users build functional graphical user interfaces by demonstration. Inference Bear is the first Programming By Demonstration system based on the abstract inference engine described in [5]. Among other things, Inference Bear lets you align, center, move, resize, create, and delete user interface elements by demonstration. Its most notable feature is that it does not use domain knowledge in its inferencing.
Type: Technical Report
Date: 1994
Relation: GVU Technical Report;GIT-GVU-94-12
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Inference Bear
User interfaces
Programming by Demonstration

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