Hypertext and Hypermedia Research

Adaptive Hypermedia

Adaptive Hypermedia is a relatively new direction of research on the crosswords of hypermedia and user modeling. Adaptive hypermedia systems build a model of the goals, preferences and knowledge of each individual user, and use this model throughout the interaction with the user, in order to adapt to the needs of that user.

Intelligent Hypermedia

Phd thesis(1998) The Application of Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic Techniques to Educational Hypermedia

Ph.D(1994) thesis : The Use of Intelligent Hypermedia in Architectural Design Environments - a Conceptual Framework

Ph.D(2001) thesis Towards the Semantic Web: Knowledge Representation in a Dynamic, Distributed Environment

Hypermedia Modeling Using XML

Hypermedia Design Model

Hypertext & Hypermedia Reference Model

Dexter Hypertext Reference Model is an attempt to capture, both formally and informally, the important abstractions found in a wide range of existing and future hypertext systems, The goal of the model is to provide a principled basis for comparing systems as well as for developing interchange and interoperability standards. Representative papers : NIST paper(90 year) and CACM Vol.37,No2 Paper

The Trellis project investigates the structure and semantics of human-computer interaction in the context of hypertext/hypermedia systems, program browsers, visual programming notations, and process models. Trellis is based on the Petri net formalism. Implementation work over the past few years have extended the basic model to include colored Petri nets. Representative papers : ACM Paper(89)

to define a document model which allows the description of presentations incorporating multiple media types, including time-based media, synchronization among elements and referencing among presentations. And to determine the authoring system requirements for the model. Research site : CWI National Research, Multimedia and HCI Team

following services are important to OHSs and should be considered key issues when designing a reference architecture: integration, hypermedia, distribution, collaboration. Four proposals, the Flag model [sterbye and Wiil 1996], the layered DHM architecture inspired by the Dexter model [Grnbk et al. 1994], the Shim architecture [Davis et al. 1996], the extended HyperDisco model inspired by the interoperability experiment in [Wiil and Whitehead 1997], .and Synthesis Reference Model[Kaj Grnbk and Uffe Kock Wiil 1997].

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