Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1996, XIII, 252 pp.
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This is the latest volume in the 'Workshops in Computing' series, and contains papers from the International Workshop on Hpyermedia Design, held in Montpellier, France, from 1 - 2 June 1995. The workshop aimed to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners from a variety of backgrounds to discuss the many facets of hypermedia design. Among the specific topics covered by the papers are: design methods, multimedia modelling, higher structures in hypermedia design spaces, user-interface design for hypermedia, building distributed web applications, and hyperdialogs. The resulting volume provides a comprehensive overview of the state of the art in this important field. It will be of interest to researchers, practitioners and students involved in any aspect of hypermedia design.
Design Methods.- RMCase: Computer-Aided Support for Hypermedia Design and Development.- Structural Constraints in Rich Hypertexts.- Authoring a Large Scale Industrial Hypermedia Application: A Case Study.- Learning Processes and Knowledge Representation in the Design of Educational Hypermedia.- Navigation Modeling in Hypermedia Applications.- Multimedia Modeling and Design.- Multimedia Document System for Temporal and Spatial Structuring.- Modeling Corresponding Information Content Between Multimedia Data.- Documented Maps or How to Merge a Hypermedia System and a Geographic Information System.- The MAVIS Microcosm Extensions for Content Based Navigation and Retrieval.- Higher Structures in Hypermedia Design Spaces.- Designing Virtual Hypertexts with Aggregates.- Providing Maps to Support the Early Stage of Design of Hypermedia Systems.- Building Hypertexts Under the Influence of Topology Metrics.- User-Interface Design for Hypermedia.- Global and Local Hypermedia Design in the Encyclopaedia Africana.- An Object-Oriented Model for Designing the Human-Computer Interface of Hypermedia Applications.- A Simulation-Based Authoring System for Multimedia Demonstration Design.- Are User Models Necessary in Hypermedia Design?.- Building Distributed Web Applications.- The Design of Distributed Hyperlinked Programming Documentation.- Applying Open Hypertext Principles to the WWW.- Genre as Reflection of Technology in the World-Wide Web.- Organizational Management System in an Heterogeneous Environment — A WWW Case Study.- A WWW Hypermedia Prototype.- Towards a Functionally Complete Hypermedia System: An Approach Based on Tools Integration.- Hyperdialogs.- Conversations with Friends: Hypertexts with Characters.- Hyperstories for Learning.- A Method that Improves the Design of Hypermedia: Semiotics.- Can Analogies in Hypermedia Help the Learning Process?.- Domain References.- Author Index.