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NRHM
2002
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Denotative and connotative semantics in hypermedia: proposal for a semiotic-aware architecture
In this article we claim that the linguistic-centred view within hypermedia systems needs refinement through a semiotic-based approach before real interoperation between media can...
Frank Nack, Lynda Hardman
JUCS
2002
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Design for All as a Challenge for Hypermedia Engineering
: Design for All is an important challenge for hypermedia engineering. We analyze this challenge and show that it is necessary to find a way of describing partially designed hyperm...
Volker Mattick
JUCS
2002
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An Object-oriented Approach to Design, Specification, and Implementation of Hyperlink Structures Based on Usual Software Develop
: Different models and methodologies for the development of hypermedia systems and applications have emerged in the recent years. Software-technical methods and principles enriched...
Alexander Fronk
CSUR
1999
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Hypermedia on the Web: what will it take?
: Researchers in the hypermedia field often lament that the World Wide Web does not support many of hypermedia's rich structuring, navigation and annotation features. What wou...
Fabio Vitali, Michael Bieber
CSUR
1999
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Versioning hypermedia
: Keeping multiple versions of the same electronic artifact is a necessity in many authoring fields, and a serious advantage in all of them. Hypermedia adds to that the issue of re...
Fabio Vitali
CSUR
1999
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Adaptive hypermedia: from systems to framework
: The navigational freedom in conventional hypermedia applications leads to comprehension and orientation problems [Nielsen 1990]. Adaptive hypermedia attempts to overcome these pr...
Paul De Bra, Peter Brusilovsky, Geert-Jan Houben
RCC
2000
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The Aristotle Approach to Open Hypermedia
Large-scale distributed hypermedia systems comprise a generation of powerful tools to meet the demands of the new information globalization era. The most promising of such systems...
Costas Petrou, Drakoulis Martakos, Michael Hatzopo...
MTA
2000
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Towards A New Authoring Methodology for Large-Scale Hypermedia Applications
As the amount of information technology increases, managing information resources, so that the correct people can find the information easily, becomes a critical issue. Hypermedia...
Ian Heath, Gary Wills, Richard Crowder, Wendy Hall...
CE
2005
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Cognitive style, hypermedia navigation and learning
This study examined the influence of cognitive style, spatial orientation and computer expertise on hypertext navigation patterns and learning outcomes when participants interacte...
Andrea Calcaterra, Alessandro Antonietti, Jean Und...
JNCA
2008
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Patterns of message interchange in decoupled hypermedia systems
Open hypermedia systems provide a decoupled approach to structural computing. This entails that the architecture of the systems are made up of user agents that communicate with di...
Sinuhé Arroyo, Miguel-Ángel Sicilia,...
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