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Hypermedia-Aided Design

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Hypermedia-Aided Design
Recently, the Internet revolutionized many activities from entertainment to marketing and business. Two key underlying Internet technologies, efficient data delivery and hypertext, demonstrated exceptional potential as new application enablers. In this paper, we present a novel Hypermedia-Aided Design (HAD) collaboration framework that facilitates new communication and data presentation paradigms to improve the effectiveness of typical EDA applications. The framework leverages on the advantages of using semantic multicast as a communication backbone and quantized hypermedia presentations as an efficient data organization, retrieval, and presentation model. Semantic multicast is a global communication tool that relies on an internetwork of proxies to provide content discovery and semanticsbased profile-driven data dissemination services. We introduce the notion of a quant, an atomic interactive multimedia information primitive with embedded hyperlinks. We demonstrate how interest-speci...
Darko Kirovski, Milenko Drinic, Miodrag Potkonjak
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where DAC
Authors Darko Kirovski, Milenko Drinic, Miodrag Potkonjak
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